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Hermann And Dorothea - VI. Klio
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
THE AGE. WHEN the pastor ask'd the foreign magistrate questions, What the people had suffer'd, how long from their homes they had wander'd, Then t...Rate it:

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Improvisations: Light and Snow
Conrad Potter Aiken
I The girl in the room beneath Before going to bed Strums on a mandolin The three simple tunes she knows. How inadequate they are to tell how ...Rate it:

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The Conjunction Of Jupiter And Venus
William Cullen Bryant
I would not always reason. The straight path Wearies us with its never-varying lines, And we grow melancholy. I would make Reason my guide, but she...Rate it:

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Gareth And Lynette
Alfred Lord Tennyson
The last tall son of Lot and Bellicent, And tallest, Gareth, in a showerful spring Stared at the spate. A slender-shafted Pine Lost footing, fe...Rate it:

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Geraint And Enid
Alfred Lord Tennyson
O purblind race of miserable men, How many among us at this very hour Do forge a life-long trouble for ourselves, By taking true for false, or f...Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XVII: The Hospital And
George Crabbe
Govenors AN ardent spirit dwells with Christian love, The eagle's vigour in the pitying dove; 'Tis not enough that we with sorrow sigh, That we the...Rate it:

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The New Wife and the Old
John Greenleaf Whittier
Dark the halls, and cold the feast, Gone the bridemaids, gone the priest. All is over, all is done, Twain of yesterday are one! Blooming girl and m...Rate it:

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Hermann And Dorothea - VII. Erato
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
DOROTHEA. As the man on a journey, who, just at the moment of sunset, Fixes his gaze once more on the rapidly vanishing planet, Then on the side o...Rate it:

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O true and tried
Alfred Lord Tennyson
O true and tried, so well and long, Demand not thou a marriage lay; In that it is thy marriage day Is music more than any song. Nor have I felt ...Rate it:

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The Flower And The Leaf, Or the Lady In The Arbour. A Vision
John Dryden
Now turning from the wintry signs, the sun His course exalted through the Ram had run, And whirling up the skies, his chariot drove Through Taurus,...Rate it:

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The Rymor and I...
Joseph Mark Ippolito
The Rymor and I 1.Thomas the Rymor 2.I ...Rate it:

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Homeless- In All My Mind; Body And Soul.
Nikhil Parekh
It was you who infact abruptly went away from my invincibly compassionate eyes; but strangely this left me haplessly and gruesomely blind in all my...Rate it:

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Mother and Daughter- Sonnet Sequence
Augusta Davies Webster
I Young laughters, and my music! Aye till now The voice can reach no blending minors near; 'Tis the bird's trill because the spring is here And ...Rate it:

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On The Purple And White Carnation
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
'TWAS a bright May morn, and each opening flower Lay sunning itself in Flora's bower; Young Love, who was fluttering round, espied The blossoms ...Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XIII: The Alms-House And Trustees
George Crabbe
LEAVE now our streets, and in yon plain behold Those pleasant Seats for the reduced and old; A merchant's gift, whose wife and children died, When ...Rate it:

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The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse
Sir Thomas Wyatt
My mother's maids, when they did sew and spin, They sang sometime a song of the field mouse, That for because her livelood was but thin Would nee...Rate it:

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The Hall And The Wood
William Morris
’Twas in the water-dwindling tide When July days were done, Sir Rafe of Greenhowes, ’gan to ride In the earliest of the sun. He left the white-wal...Rate it:

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Troilus And Cresida
William Wordsworth
FROM CUAUCER NEXT morning Troilus began to clear His eyes from sleep, at the first break of day, And unto Pandarus, his own Brother dear, For love...Rate it:

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Troilus And Criseyde: Book 03
Geoffrey Chaucer
Incipit prohemium tercii libri. O blisful light of whiche the bemes clere Adorneth al the thridde hevene faire! O sonnes lief, O Ioves doughter ...Rate it:

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You And i
Nikhil Parekh
You and I were as inseparable; as the calcium coated nail and its slender finger, You and I were as inseparable; as the fleshy eyelid and its tra...Rate it:

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The Dormouse and the Doctor
Alan Alexander Milne
There once was a Dormouse who lived in a bed Of delphiniums (blue) and geraniums (red), And all the day long he'd a wonderful view Of geraniums (re...Rate it:

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Between The Wind And Rain
Isabella Valancy Crawford
'The storm is in the air,' she said, and held Her soft palm to the breeze; and looking up, Swift sunbeams brush'd the crystal of her eyes, As swall...Rate it:

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Goody Blake and Harry Gill
William Wordsworth
Oh! what's the matter? what's the matter? What is't that ails young Harry Gill? That evermore his teeth they chatter, Chatter, chatter, chatter ...Rate it:

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King Volmer and Elsie
John Greenleaf Whittier
After the Danish of Christian Winter Where, over heathen doom-rings and gray stones of the Horg, In its little Christian city stands the church of...Rate it:

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Lord Thomas And Fair Annet
Andrew Lang
Lord Thomas and Fair Annet Sate a' day on a hill; Whan night was cum, and sun was sett, They had not talkt their fill. Lord Thomas said a word in ...Rate it:

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