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The Bridal Of Triermain
Sir Walter Scott
Introduction. I. Come Lucy! while 'tis morning hour The woodland brook we needs must pass; So, ere the sun assume his power, We shelter in our popl...Rate it:

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The Double Vision Of Michael Robartes
William Butler Yeats
I ON the grey rock of Cashel the mind's eye Has called up the cold spirits that are born When the old moon is vanished from the sky And the new sti...Rate it:

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The Dream
Caroline Hayward
I stood in a princely hall, and where Round me gather'd the brave and fair, Music in softest strains flew by, Flashing like gems was each...Rate it:

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The First American Congress
Joel Barlow
Columbus looked; and still around them spread, From south to north, th' immeasurable shade; At last, the central shadows burst away, And rising reg...Rate it:

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The Morning Sun
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Far from the ignoble strife of Man's tavern you are The wine-cup adorning the sky's assemblage you are The jewel which should be the pearl of the ...Rate it:

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The Three Guides
Anne Brontë
1 Spirit of earth! thy hand is chill. I've felt its icy clasp; And shuddering I remember still That stony-hearted grasp. Thine ...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 B (The battle)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
AND waning stars, and brightening sky, And on the clouds a crimson dye, And fresher breeze, and opening flowers, Tell the approach of morning hours...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 C (The Ladye Adeline)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Sudden a flood of lustre play'd Over a lofty ballustrade, Music and perfume swept the air, Messengers sweet for the spring to prepare; And like a s...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 4 D (The Contest)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Alas for her whom ev'ry eye Worshipp'd like a divinity! Alas for her whose ear was fill'd With flatteries like sweet woods distill'd! Alas for EVA!...Rate it:

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To A Gentlewoman For A Friend
William Strode
No marvell if the Sunne's bright eye Shower downe hott flames; that qualitie Still waytes on light; but when wee see Those sparkling balles of ebon...Rate it:

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To Edward Noel Long, Esq.
George Gordon Lord Byron
'Nil ego contulerim jucundo sanus amico.'~Horace. Dear Long, in this sequester'd scene, While all around in slumber lie, The joyous days, which ou...Rate it:

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Uncle Ned’s Tale: An Old Dragoon's Story
John Boyle O'Reilly
I OFTEN, musing, wander back to days long since gone by, And far-off scenes and long-lost forms arise to fancy's eye. A group familiar now I see, ...Rate it:

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You are the light...
Nobody Nose
...of my eyes! This is what my grandmother used to say to my brother. He was her darling. She loved him dearly. After a long period of time of bei...Rate it:

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Amarantha. A Pastorall
Richard Lovelace
Up with the jolly bird of light Who sounds his third retreat to night; Faire Amarantha from her bed Ashamed starts, and rises red As the carnation-...Rate it:

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The Dukite Snake
John Boyle O'Reilly
Well, mate, you’ve asked about a fellow You met to-day, in a black-and-yellow Chain-gang suit, with a peddler’s pack, Or with some such burden, str...Rate it:

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Rudyard Kipling
At the hole where he went in Red-Eye called to Wrinkle-Skin. Hear what little Red-Eye saith: "Nag, come up and dance with death! " Eye to eye and ...Rate it:

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An Epistle Of The Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole
Richard Savage
Still let low wits, who sense nor honour prize, Sneer at all gratitude, all truth disguise; At living worth, because alive, exclaim, Insult the exi...Rate it:

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Ash Wednesday
John Keble
"Yes--deep within and deeper yet The rankling shaft of conscience hide, Quick let the swelling eye forget The tears that in the heart abide. Ca...Rate it:

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Baby Tortoise
David Herbert Lawrence
You know what it is to be born alone, Baby tortoise! The first day to heave your feet little by little from the shell, Not yet awake, And remain la...Rate it:

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Beautiful Edinburgh
William Topaz McGonagall
Beautiful city of Edinburgh, most wonderful to be seen, With your ancient palace of Holyrood and Queen's Park Green, And your big, magnificent, ele...Rate it:

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Botany-Bay Flowers
Barron Field
GOD of this Planet! for the name best fits The purblind view, which men of this "dim spot" Can take of THEE, the GOD Of Suns and Spheres! What dese...Rate it:

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Condolatory Address To Sarah, Countess Of Jersey, On The Prince Regent's Returning Her Picture To Mrs. Mee
George Gordon Lord Byron
When the vain triumph of the imperial lord, Whom servile Rome obey'd, and yet abhorr'd, Gave to the vulgar gaze each glorious bust, That left a lik...Rate it:

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Explanation Of An Ancient Woodcut
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
EARLY within his workshop here, On Sundays stands our master dear; His dirty apron he puts away, And wears a cleanly doublet to-day; Lets wax'd thr...Rate it:

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Fridolin (The Walk To The Iron Factory)
Friedrich Schiller
A gentle was Fridolin, And he his mistress dear, Savern's fair Countess, honored in All truth and godly fear. She was so meek, and, ah! so good! ...Rate it:

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Alfred Lord Tennyson
Queen Guinevere had fled the court, and sat There in the holy house at Almesbury Weeping, none with her save a little maid, A novice: one low l...Rate it:

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