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In An East End Hovel
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
To a Workman, a would-be Suicide MAN of despair and death, Bought and slaved in the gangs, Starved and stripped and left To the pitiful, pitiless ...Rate it:

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Lui et Elle
David Herbert Lawrence
She is large and matronly And rather dirty, A little sardonic-looking, as if domesticity had driven her to it. Though what she does, except lay fou...Rate it:

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Marmion: Canto II. - The Convent
Sir Walter Scott
I. The breeze, which swept away the smoke, Round Norham Castle rolled, When all the loud artillery spoke, With lightning-flash, and thunder-stroke...Rate it:

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Me Peacock
William Butler Yeats
WHAT'S riches to him That has made a great peacock With the pride of his eye? The wind-beaten, stone-grey, And desolate Three Rock Would nourish hi...Rate it:

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Mogg Megone - Part I.
John Greenleaf Whittier
Who stands on that cliff, like a figure of stone, Unmoving and tall in the light of the sky, Where the spray of the cataract sparkles on high, Lon...Rate it:

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Of Death & Resurrection
William Strode
Like to the rowling of an eye, Or like a starre shott from the skye, Or like a hand upon a clock, Or like a wave upon a rock, Or like a winde, or l...Rate it:

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On Fayrford Windowes
William Strode
I know no paynt of poetry Can mend such colourd Imag'ry In sullen inke: yet Fayrford, I May relish thy fayre memory. Such is the Ecchoes faynter s...Rate it:

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On Hearing that Constantinople Was Swallowed Up by an Earthquake
Amelia Opie
[A Report, though false, at that time generally believed.] Fallen are thy towers, Byzantium! towers that stood Before the Turk's dread fury, when ...Rate it:

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Pleasures Of Imagination, The
Mark Akenside
BOOK I With what attractive charms this goodly frame Of Nature touches the consenting hearts Of mortal men; and what the pleasing sto...Rate it:

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Religious Musings : A Desultory Poem Written On The Christmas Eve Of 1794
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
What tho' first, In years unseason'd, I attuned the lay To idle passion and unreal woe? Yet serious truth her empire o'er my song Hath now asserted...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto VI.
Sir Walter Scott
I. The summer sun, whose early power Was wont to gild Matilda's bower, And rouse her with his matin ray Her duteous orisons to pay, That morni...Rate it:

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Sketch From Bowden Hill After Sickness
William Lisle Bowles
How cheering are thy prospects, airy hill, To him who, pale and languid, on thy brow Pauses, respiring, and bids hail again The upland breeze, the ...Rate it:

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The Arab's Farewell To His Horse
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
MY beautiful! my beautiful! that standest meekly by With thy proudly arched and glossy neck, and dark and fiery eye; Fret not to roam the desert ...Rate it:

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The Believer's Principles : Chap. IV.
Ralph Erskine
Faith and Sense Natural, compared and distinguished. When Abram's body, Sarah's womb, Were ripe for nothing but the tomb, Exceeding old, and wholl...Rate it:

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The Bride
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
SHE is standing by her loved one's side, A young and a fair and a gentle bride, But mournfulness hath crost her face Like shadows in a sunny pla...Rate it:

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The Course of Time. Book I.
Robert Pollok
Eternal Spirit! God of truth! to whom All things seem as they are; thou who of old The prophet's eye unscaled, that nightly saw, While heavy sle...Rate it:

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The Crusader's Return
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Rest pilgrim, rest!-thou'rt from the Syrian land, Thou'rt from the wild and wondrous east, I know By the long-withered palm-branch in thy hand, And...Rate it:

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The Dance
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Heirlums,' 'e sez. 'I've 'ad the trousiz pressed. Me father married in 'em, that 'e did. See this 'ere fancy vest? See this 'ere lid? Me gran'dad...Rate it:

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The Disturber
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Oh, what shall I do? I am wholly upset; I am sure I 'll be jailed for a lunatic yet. I 'll be out of a job--it's the thing to expect When I 'm lett...Rate it:

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The Fugitive
Mary Darby Robinson
Oft have I seen yon Solitary Man Pacing the upland meadow. On his brow Sits melancholy, mark'd with decent pride, As it would fly the busy, tauntin...Rate it:

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The Gathering of the Brown-Eyed
Henry Lawson
The brown eyes came from Asia, where all mystery is true, Ere the masters of Soul Secrets dreamed of hazel, grey, and blue; And the Brown Eyes came...Rate it:

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The Gift Of Harun Al-Rashid
William Butler Yeats
KUSTA BEN LUKA is my name, I write To Abd Al-Rabban; fellow-roysterer once, Now the good Caliph's learned Treasurer, And for no ear but his. Carry ...Rate it:

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The Island: Canto IV.
George Gordon Lord Byron
I. White as a white sail on a dusky sea, When half the horizon 's clouded and half free, Fluttering between the dun wave and the sky, Is Hope's las...Rate it:

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The Nuptials Of Attila
George Meredith
I Flat as to an eagle's eye, Earth hung under Attila. Sign for carnage gave he none. In the peace of his disdain, Sun and rain, and rain and sun, ...Rate it:

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The Pleasures Of Imagination
Mark Akenside
BOOK I With what attractive charms this goodly frame Of Nature touches the consenting hearts Of mortal men; and what the pleasing sto...Rate it:

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