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The Graveyard By The Sea
Paul Valery
This quiet roof, where dove-sails saunter by, Between the pines, the tombs, throbs visibly. Impartial noon patterns the sea in flame -- That sea fo...Rate it:

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The Hunting Horn Of Chalemagne
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
SOUND not the Horn!--the guarded relic keep: A faithful sharer of its master's sleep: His life it gladden'd--to his life belong'd,-- Pause--ere ...Rate it:

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The Lay of Poor Louise
Sir Walter Scott
Ah, poor Louise! the livelong day She roams from cot to castle gay; And still her voice and viol say, Ah, maids, beware the woodland way, Think on ...Rate it:

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The League Of Youth
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There was never a hint, when I was a boy, That the joy of the wilds might bring man joy; Never a thought that a wild thing slain Might wake in the ...Rate it:

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The Making Of Viola
Francis Thompson
I. THE FATHER OF HEAVEN. Spin, daughter Mary, spin, Twirl your wheel with silver din; Spin, daughter Mary, spin, Spin a tress for Viola. ANGELS. S...Rate it:

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The Monk
Archibald Lampman
I In Nino's chamber not a sound intrudes Upon the midnight's tingling silentness, Where Nino sits before his book and broods, Thin and brow-burden...Rate it:

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The Mystical Walk
Liam Ó Comáin
Spiritual reality is the source Of material reality- the former Without a beginning nor an end- Traditionally referred too as God. As the sourc...Rate it:

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The Oldest Inhabitant
Augusta Davies Webster
'AND when came I to this town?' did he say! A question asked for the asking's sake, Answered merely an answer to make, As stranger to stranger may;...Rate it:

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The Quest Eternal
Andrew Barton Paterson
O west of all that a man holds dear, on the edge of the Kingdom Come, Where carriage is far too high for beer, and the pubs keep only rum, On the...Rate it:

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The Raven And The King's Daughter
William Morris
King’s daughter sitting in tower so high, Fair summer is on many a shield. Why weepest thou as the clouds go by? Fair sing the swans ’twixt firth a...Rate it:

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The Relic
John Greenleaf Whittier
TOKEN Of friendship true and tried, From one whose fiery heart of youth With mine has beaten, side by side, For Liberty and Truth; With honest prid...Rate it:

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The Song Of The Sword--To Rudyard Kipling
William Ernest Henley
The Sword Singing - The voice of the Sword from the heart of the Sword Clanging imperious Forth from Time's battlements His ancient and triumphing ...Rate it:

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The Three Kings Of Cologne
Eugene Field
From out Cologne there came three kings To worship Jesus Christ, their King. To Him they sought fine herbs they brought, And many a beauteous golde...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 4 C (Home)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
AND what were RAYMOND'S dreams that night? The morning's gift of crimson light Waked not his sleep, for his pale cheek Did not of aught like slumbe...Rate it:

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The Voice of the Soul
Victor James Daley
In Youth, when through our veins runs fast The bright red stream of life, The Soul’s Voice is a trumpet-blast That calls us to the strife. T...Rate it:

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The Zenana - 6 The Raki
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
The song was o’er, but yet the strings Made melancholy murmurings; She wandered on from air to air, Changeful as fancies when they bear The impress...Rate it:

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To a Young Lady, With Some Lampreys
John Gay
With lovers, ’twas of old the fashion By presents to convey their passion; No matter what the gift they sent, The Lady saw that love was meant. Fai...Rate it:

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To A Young Mother On The Birth Of Her First Born Child
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Young mother! proudly throbs thine heart, and well may it rejoice, Well may’st thou raise to Heaven above in grateful prayer thy voice: A gift hath...Rate it:

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To Count Carlo Pepoli
Count Giacomo Leopardi
This wearisome and this distressing sleep That we call life, O how dost thou support, My Pepoli? With what hopes feedest thou Thy heart? Say in wha...Rate it:

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To Fairy
Henry Timrod
Do you recall -- I know you do -- A little gift once made to you -- A simple basket filled with flowers, All favorites of our Southern bowers? One...Rate it:

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To My Father (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Oh that Pieria's spring would thro' my breast Pour its inspiring influence, and rush No rill, but rather an o'erflowing flood! That, for my venerab...Rate it:

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To Myrtilis - The New Year's Offering
Samuel Johnson
Madam, Long have I look'd my tablets o'er, And find I've much to thank you for; Outstanding debts beyond account, And new - who knows to what amo...Rate it:

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To Our Beloved Eucharist
Liam Ó Comáin
Oh, Lord Jesus, you are our food As You expressed to those who Represented our species on the Day prior to Your Crucifixion. Creation followed by...Rate it:

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To The Muse
Anna Akhmatova
The Muse my sister looked in my face, her gaze was bright and clear, and she took away my golden ring, the gift of the virginal year. Muse! everyo...Rate it:

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Edward George Dyson
I saw the Christ down from His cross, A tragic man lean-limbed and tall, But weighed with suffering and loss. His back was to a broken wall, An...Rate it:

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