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The Cunning Woman
William Schwenck Gilbert
On all Arcadia's sunny plain, On all Arcadia's hill, None were so blithe as BILL and JANE, So blithe as JANE and BILL. No social earthquake e'er o...Rate it:

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The Debate
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
He was a Glug of simple charm; He wished no living creature harm. His kindly smile like sunlight fell On all about, and wished them well. Yet, 'spi...Rate it:

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The Destiny Of Nations. A Vision.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Auspicious Reverence! Hush all meaner song, Ere we the deep preluding strain have poured To the Great Father, only Rightful King, Eternal Father! K...Rate it:

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The Duellist - Book III
Charles Churchill
Ah me! what mighty perils wait The man who meddles with a state, Whether to strengthen, or oppose! False are his friends, and firm his foes: How mu...Rate it:

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The Dying Kid
William Shenstone
Optima quaeque dies miseris mortalibus aevi Prima fugit-… ~Virg. Imitation. Ah! wretched mortals we! - our brightest days On fleetest pinions fly....Rate it:

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The Fairy of the Fountains - Part I - continued
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Easy 'tis advice to give,     Hard it is advice to take Years that lived--and years to live,     Wide and weary difference make. To that elder lady...Rate it:

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The Fairy of the Fountains - Part II
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
By a lovely river's side, Where the water-lilies glide, Pale, as if with constant care Of the treasures which they bear; For those ivory vases hold...Rate it:

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The Flesh and the Spirit
Anne Bradstreet
In secret place where once I stood Close by the Banks of Lacrim flood, I heard two sisters reason on Things that are past and things...Rate it:

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The Funeral Tree of the Sokokis. 1756
John Greenleaf Whittier
Around Sebago's lonely lake There lingers not a breeze to break The mirror which its waters make. The solemn pines along its shore, The firs which...Rate it:

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The Goths in Campania (Placidia, in the Tent of Adolphus.)
James Brunton Stephens
I. I am not Roman when he looks upon me With those mild eyes of unaccustomed blue; Woman, not Roman, when his strong embraces Crush me with rugged...Rate it:

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The Grave Of Howard
William Lisle Bowles
Spirit of Death! whose outstretched pennons dread Wave o'er the world beneath their shadow spread; Who darkly speedest on thy destined way, Midst s...Rate it:

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The Judgment Of Paris
James Beattie
Far in the depth of Ida's inmost grove, A scene for love and solitude design'd; Where flowery woodbines wild, by Nature wove, Form'd the lone bower...Rate it:

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The Kitten And Falling Leaves
William Wordsworth
THAT way look, my Infant, lo! What a pretty baby-show! See the kitten on the wall, Sporting with the leaves that fall, Withered leaves---one---two-...Rate it:

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The Lady of the Lake: Canto II. - The Island
Sir Walter Scott
I. At morn the black-cock trims his jetty wing, 'T is morning prompts the linnet's blithest lay, All Nature's children feel the matin spring Of lif...Rate it:

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The Legend of St. Mark
John Greenleaf Whittier
The day is closing dark and cold, With roaring blast and sleety showers; And through the dusk the lilacs wear The bloom of snow, instead of flowers...Rate it:

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The Letter
Charlotte Brontë
WHAT is she writing ? Watch her now, How fast her fingers move ! How eagerly her youthful brow Is bent in thought above ! Her long curls, dro...Rate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
I. Fill the bright goblet, spread the festive board! Summon the gay, the noble, and the fair! Through the loud hall, in joyous concert pour'd, Let...Rate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto VI.
Sir Walter Scott
I. O who, that shared them, ever shall forget The emotions of the spirit-rousing time, When breathless in the mart the couriers met, Early and late...Rate it:

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The Lucayan's Song
Amelia Opie
Hail, lonely shore! hail, desert cave! To you, o'erjoyed, from men I fly, And here I'll make my early grave.... For what can misery do but die? S...Rate it:

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The Mary (A Sea-Side Sketch)
Thomas Hood
Lov'st thou not, Alice, with the early tide To see the hardy Fisher hoist his mast, And stretch his sail towards the ocean wide,— Like God's own...Rate it:

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The Missionary - Canto Second
William Lisle Bowles
The night was still and clear, when, o'er the snows, Andes! thy melancholy Spirit rose,-- A shadow stern and sad: he stood alone, Upon the topmost ...Rate it:

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The Mores
John Clare
Far spread the moorey ground a level scene Bespread with rush and one eternal green That never felt the rage of blundering plough Though centurys w...Rate it:

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The Morning Of The Day Appointed For A General Thanksgiving. January 18, 1816
William Wordsworth
I HAIL, orient Conqueror of gloomy Night! Thou that canst shed the bliss of gratitude On hearts howe'er insensible or rude; Whether thy punctual v...Rate it:

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The Mother’s Heart
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. WHEN first thou camest, gentle, shy, and fond, My eldest-born, first hope, and dearest treasure, My heart received thee with a joy beyond Al...Rate it:

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The Mourner For The Barmecides
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Fall'n was the House of Giafar; and its name, The high romantic name of Barmecide, A sound forbidden on its own bright shores, By the swift Tygris'...Rate it:

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