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Giving And Taking
John Greenleaf Whittier
Who gives and hides the giving hand, Nor counts on favor, fame, or praise, Shall find his smallest gift outweighs The burden of the sea and land. ...Rate it:

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Here is the Little Door
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Here is the little door, lift up the latch, oh lift! We need not wander more but enter with our gift; Our gift of finest gold, Gold that was never ...Rate it:

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Hesiod: or, The Rise of Woman
Thomas Parnell
What ancient times (those times we fancy wise) Have left on long record of woman's rise, What morals teach it, and what fables hide, What author...Rate it:

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Maude Clare
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Out of the church she followed them With a lofty step and mien: His bride was like a village maid, Maude Clare was like a queen. “Son Thomas...Rate it:

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On A Horn
Jonathan Swift
The joy of man, the pride of brutes, Domestic subject for disputes, Of plenty thou the emblem fair, Adorn'd by nymphs with all their care! I saw th...Rate it:

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Spiritual Sides
Gabriel Johnathan Orcutt
Gift of decrement is my gift, Meaning The other side is at my tips. Look through my eyes,souls on the other side, Living through death from a suici...Rate it:

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The Alchemist
Ezra Pound
Chant for the Transmutation of Metals Sail of Claustra, Aelis, Azalais, As you move among the bright trees; As your voices, under the larches of P...Rate it:

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The Corn Song
John Greenleaf Whittier
HEAP HIGH the farmer’s wintry hoard! Heap high the golden corn! No richer gift has Autumn poured From out her lavish horn! Let other lands, exulti...Rate it:

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The Lady Of La Garaye - Dedication
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
FRIEND of old days, of suffering, storm, and strife, Patient and kind through many a wild appeal; In the arena of thy brilliant life Never too b...Rate it:

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The Masque Of Pandora
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
THE WORKSHOP OF HEPHAESTUS HEPHAESTUS (standing before the statue of Pandora.) Not fashioned out of gold, like Hera's throne, Nor forged of iro...Rate it:

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The Story Of Ung
Rudyard Kipling
Once, on a glittering ice-field, ages and ages ago, Ung, a maker of pictures, fashioned an image of snow. Fashioned the form of a tribesman -- gail...Rate it:

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To Avis Keene
John Greenleaf Whittier
ON RECEIVING A BASKET OF SEA-MOSSES. Thanks for thy gift Of ocean flowers, Born where the golden drift Of the slant sunshine falls Down the green,...Rate it:

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Ultima Thule: The Iron Pen
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I thought this Pen would arise From the casket where it lies-- Of itself would arise and write My thanks and my surprise. When you gave it me und...Rate it:

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Willie's Ladye
Andrew Lang
Willie has ta'en him o'er the faem, He's wooed a wife, and brought her hame; He's wooed her for her yellow hair, But his mother wrought her meikle ...Rate it:

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With All Thy Gifts
Walt Whitman
WITH all thy gifts, America, (Standing secure, rapidly tending, overlooking the world,) Power, wealth, extent, vouchsafed to thee--With these...Rate it:

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An Anthem Of Earth
Francis Thompson
Proemion. Immeasurable Earth! Through the loud vast and populacy of Heaven, Tempested with gold schools of ponderous orbs, That cleav'st with deep...Rate it:

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The Cornelian
George Gordon Lord Byron
No specious splendour of this stone Endears it to my memory ever; With lustre only once it shone, And blushes modest as the giver. Some, who can s...Rate it:

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Opposites Attracts
Lamont Bennerman
I always ask myself one question, Why am I in Love with you? Now here's my confession, And trust me, My words are true. You have a smile that will...Rate it:

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of hope and mourning
Mark Langendorf
Man, often side tracked by greed and hate, is week. We must rise above ignorance to awaken the soul Seeing all in full beauty From the infinity of...Rate it:

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The Athenaid: Volume III: Book the Twenty-eighth
Richard Glover
While lamentation for Masistius dead Depress'd the Persians, undisturb'd the Greeks To all their camp refreshment had deriv'd From clear Asopus. To...Rate it:

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Introit : VIII. The Golden Joy
Thomas MacDonagh
What has the poet but a glorious phrase And the heart's wisdom? -- Oh, a Joy of gold! A Joy to mint and squander on the Kind,-- Pure gold coined cu...Rate it:

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Joe Giso
Moments of clarity, and endless serenity eyes pierce infinity God’s gift of vision, my only provision gaze and see all, beauty to enthrall ti...Rate it:

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Love's Infiniteness
John Donne
If yet I have not all thy love, Dear, I shall never have it all, I cannot breathe one other sigh, to move, Nor can entreat one other tear to fall, ...Rate it:

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Samson Agonistes (excerpts)
John Milton
[Samson's Opening Speech] A little onward lend thy guiding hand To these dark steps, a little further on; For yonder bank hath choice o...Rate it:

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To Our Source.
Liam Ó Comain
To Our Source. I’m aware of you as never before Perhaps because I am nearing the End of the material aspect of life. But past questions re your ex...Rate it:

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