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Love Versus terrorism
Nikhil Parekh
Terrorism indiscriminately divides, Love is an Omniscient panacea which wholeheartedly embraces; one and all. Terrorism treacherously plots, Lov...Rate it:

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March
William Carlos Williams
I Winter is long in this climate and spring--a matter of a few days only,--a flower or two picked from mud or from among wet leaves or at best...Rate it:

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May be .... Memories
Abinash Parajuli
May be we are right And may be we are not May be I need you so And may be you need me not That was what I thought To my horror, I cried and scream...Rate it:

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Moeurs Contemporaines
Ezra Pound
I Mr. Styrax 1 Mr. Hecatomb Styrax, the owner of a large estate and of large muscles, A 'blue' and a climber of mountains, has married at the age ...Rate it:

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No Shortcut
Nikhil Parekh
The shortcut to reach the towering summit of the building; was to use the gold embossed escalator, The shortcut to pass the treacherous waves of ...Rate it:

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Old Men Complaining
Padraic Colum
First Old Man He threw his crutched stick down: there came Into his face the anger flame, And he spoke viciously of one Who thwarted him—his so...Rate it:

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Our Jack
Henry Kendall
Twelve years ago our Jack was lost. All night, Twelve years ago, the Spirit of the Storm Sobbed round our camp. A wind of northern hills That hold ...Rate it:

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Passionate
Nikhil Parekh
The dog was passionate after the bone; could run any degree of distance to capsize it in his greedy mouth, The fish was passionate after salty wa...Rate it:

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Phrenology
William Schwenck Gilbert
"COME, collar this bad man - Around the throat he knotted me Till I to choke began - In point of fact, garotted me!" So spake SIR HERBERT WRITE To...Rate it:

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Red Robin
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Hi, it's a funny world! This mornin' when I woke I saw red robin on the fence, an' heard the words he spoke. Red robin, he's a perky chap, an' thi...Rate it:

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Resignation Pt 1
Edward Young
The days how few, how short the years Of man's too rapid race! Each leaving, as it swiftly flies, A shorter in its place. They who the...Rate it:

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Robin Hood's Flight
James Henry Leigh Hunt
Robin Hood's mother, these twelve years now, Has been gone from her earthly home; And Robin has paid, he scarce knew how, A sum for a noble t...Rate it:

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Scene in Kattiawar
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
I Have a steed, to leave behind The wild bird, and the wilder wind : I have a sword, which does not know How to waste a second blow : I have a matc...Rate it:

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Shakespeare on the Turf
Andrew Barton Paterson
SCENE I SCENE: The saddling paddock at a racecourse. Citizens, Battlers, Toffs, Trainers, Flappers, Satyrs, Bookmakers and Turf Experts. Enter Sho...Rate it:

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Shelter Me In II
Mario William Vitale
today I exist as a vapor then I am no more some may equate logic for fear that brings nothing near my chest is heavy and my pulse is setting in yes...Rate it:

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Sigismond And Guiscardo. From Boccace
John Dryden
While Norman Tancred in Salerno reigned, The title of a gracious Prince he gained; Till turned a tyrant in his latter days, He lost the lustre of h...Rate it:

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Sonnet: Spirit Of Love
Dante Alighieri
I felt a spirit of love begin to stir Within my heart, long time unfelt till then; And saw Love coming towards me fair and fain (That I scarce knew...Rate it:

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The 9th Satire Of Book I. Of Horace : The Description Of An Impertinent. Adapted To The Present Times
William Cowper
Sauntering along the street one day, On trifles musing by the way, Up steps a free familiar wight; (I scarcely knew the man by sight.) 'Carlos (he ...Rate it:

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The Abandoned
Mathilde Blind
SHE sat by the wayside and wept, where roses, red roses and white, Lay wasted and withered and sere, like her life and its ruined delight; Like cha...Rate it:

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The Angler's Ballad
Charles Cotton
AWAY to the brook, All your tackle out look, Here's a day that is worth a year's wishing; See that all things be right, For 'tis a very spite ...Rate it:

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The Best I Could Do
Nikhil Parekh
I admit that I didn't have the ability to save all those dying in the war just sitting on my couch in the dining room; but the best I could do was ...Rate it:

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The Bridge: The Tunnel
Harold Hart Crane
Performances, assortments, résumés— Up Times Square to Columbus Circle lights Channel the congresses, nightly sessions, Refractions of the thous...Rate it:

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The Briny Grave
Henry Lawson
You wonder why so many would be buried in the sea, In this world of froth and bubble, But I don’t wonder, for it seems to me That it saves such a l...Rate it:

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The Congressmen Came Out To See Bull Run
Stephen Vincent Benet
The congressmen came out to see Bull Run, The congressmen who like free shows and spectacles. They brought their wives and carriages along, They br...Rate it:

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The Disastrous Fire at Scarborough
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1898, and on the 8th of June, A mother and six children met with a cruel doom In one of the most fearful fires for some years ...Rate it:

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