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The Rainbow
Charles Lamb
After the tempest in the sky How sweet yon rainbow to the eye! Come, my Matilda, now while some Few drops of rain are yet to come, In this honeysuc...Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Calendar - August
John Clare
Harvest approaches with its bustling day The wheat tans brown and barley bleaches grey In yellow garb the oat land intervenes And tawney glooms the...Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Calendar - September
John Clare
Harvest awakes the morning still And toils rude groups the valleys fill Deserted is each cottage hearth To all life save the crickets mirth Each bu...Rate it:

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The Slavery Of Greece
George Canning
Unrivall'd Greece! thou ever honor'd name, Thou nurse of heroes dear to deathless fame! Though now to worth, to honor all unknown, Thy lustre faded...Rate it:

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The Song Of The Sandwich
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
We met at night in the season's hight, Mid revel and mirth and song. I looked in your eye with a mute, mute cry, As you elbowed your way through th...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 D Elenore
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
ELENORE. THE lady sits in her lone bower, With cheek wan as the white rose flower That blooms beside, 'tis pale and wet As that ro...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 3 E (Escape)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
    One weary time, when he had thrown Himself on his cold bed of stone, Sudden he heard a stranger hand Undo the grating's iron band: He knew 'twa...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 4 B (Adeline)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
And where was RAYMOND , where was he? Borne homeward o'er the rapid sea, While sunny days and favouring gales Brought welcome speed to the white sa...Rate it:

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The Undying One - Canto IV
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
'TIS done--the night has pass'd away; And, basking in the sunny day, The laughing fountain's waters bear No record of each burning tear;-- The ...Rate it:

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The Vision Of The Maid Of Orleans - The First Book
Robert Southey
Orleans was hush'd in sleep. Stretch'd on her couch The delegated Maiden lay: with toil Exhausted and sore anguish, soon she closed Her heavy eye-l...Rate it:

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The Vision Of The Maid Of Orleans - The Third Book
Robert Southey
The Maiden, musing on the Warrior's words, Turn'd from the Hall of Glory. Now they reach'd A cavern, at whose mouth a Genius stood, In front a bear...Rate it:

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To A Friend
Joseph Rodman Drake
'You damn me with faint praise.' YES, faint was my applause and cold my praise, Though soul was glowing in each polished line; But nobler su...Rate it:

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Vi'lits
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I wus pickin' gipsy vi'lits fer to try an' square Doreen. We 'ad words . . . about pianners - fer she wants one awful keen 'Igh words, about 'igh...Rate it:

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Why dost thou Shade thy Lovely Face?
Francis Quarles
1 Why dost thou shade thy lovely face? Oh, why 2 Does that eclipsing hand so long deny 3 The sunshine of thy soul-enliv'ning eye? 4 ...Rate it:

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Written In Early Youth. The Time,--An Autumnal Evening
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
O thou wild fancy, check thy wing! No more Those thin white flakes, those purple clouds explore! Nor there with happy spirits speed thy light Bathe...Rate it:

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My Love, Oh, She Is My Love
Douglas Hyde
SHE casts a spell, oh, casts a spell! Which haunts me more than I can tell. Dearer, because she makes me ill Than who would will to make me well...Rate it:

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The Admiral's Ghost
Alfred Noyes
I tell you a tale to-night Which a seaman told to me, With eyes that gleamed in the lanthorn light And a voice as low as the sea. You could almo...Rate it:

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When Thou Hast Spent The Lingering Day
George Gascoigne
WHEN thou hast spent the lingering day in pleasure and delght, Or after toil and weary way, dost seek to rest at night, Unto thy pains or pleasur...Rate it:

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A Bronze Head
William Butler Yeats
HERE at right of the entrance this bronze head, Human, superhuman, a bird's round eye, Everything else withered and mummy-dead. What great tomb-hau...Rate it:

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A Beautiful Young Nymph Going To Bed
Jonathan Swift
Corinna, Pride of Drury-Lane, For whom no Shepherd sighs in vain; Never did Covent Garden boast So bright a batter'd, strolling Toast; No drunken R...Rate it:

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A Border Ballad
Paul Laurence Dunbar
OH, I haven't got long to live, for we all Die soon, e'en those who live longest; And the poorest and weakest are taking their chance Along with th...Rate it:

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A Freak of Spring
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
At any other time of year It might have passed, but Spring is queer. He says somethin' - I dunno Somethin' nasty. I says, 'Ho!' 'Ho, yourself!' h...Rate it:

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A Pair
Jane Taylor
THERE was a youth--but woe is me : I quite forgot his name, and he, Without some label round his neck, Is like one pea among a peck. Go search the ...Rate it:

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A poem on divine revelation
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
This is a day of happiness, sweet peace, And heavenly sunshine; upon which conven'd In full assembly fair, once more we view, And hail with voic...Rate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book III
Edward Young
The book unfolding, the resplendent seat Of saints and angels, the tremendous fate Of guilty souls, the gloomy realms of woe, And all the horrors o...Rate it:

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