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Paul Revere's Ride (The Landlord's Tale)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Listen, my children, and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in 'Seventy-five; Hardly a man is now aliv...Rate it:

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Saša Milivojev - THE LAST HORSEMAN
Saša Milivojev
White, everything is white The walls are moving A body in hospital sheets White horses pull the bed The soul crawls behind them and begs White Arou...Rate it:

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Selected elect
stephen mason
Uncertainty and indecision, wrapped up in falsehood and illusion. Ambiguous possible outcomes, richly flavoured with questionably confident promis...Rate it:

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The Birth Place of Pleasure
Percy Bysshe Shelley
At the creation of the Earth Pleasure, that divinest birth, From the soil of Heaven did rise, Wrapped in sweet wild melodies-- Like an exhalation w...Rate it:

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The Christmas Gift
Liam Ó Comáin
in mystical silence lights flick on to bicycles and board games dolls and other toys brought by father christmas to joyful girls and boys the time...Rate it:

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A Birthday Song. To S. G.
Sidney Lanier
For ever wave, for ever float and shine Before my yearning eyes, oh! dream of mine Wherein I dreamed that time was like a vine, A creeping rose, t...Rate it:

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A Faith On Trial
George Meredith
On the morning of May, Ere the children had entered my gate With their wreaths and mechanical lay, A metal ding-dong of the date! I mounted our hil...Rate it:

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Vain And Careless
Robert Graves
Lady, lovely lady, Careless and gay! Once when a beggar called She gave her child away. The beggar took the baby, Wrapped it in a shawl, 'Bring he...Rate it:

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Baby Bell
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
I Have you not heard the poets tell How came the dainty Baby Bell Into this world of ours? The gates of heaven were left ajar: With folded hands a...Rate it:

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The Long Hill
Sara Teasdale
I must have passed the crest a while ago And now I am going down -- Strange to have crossed the crest and not to know, But the brambles were always...Rate it:

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A Death At Sea
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
(Coral Sea, Australia) I DEAD in the sheep-pen he lies, Wrapped in an old brown sail. The smiling blue sea and the skies Know not sorrow nor wail....Rate it:

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A Loose Saraband
Richard Lovelace
I. Ah me! the little tyrant theefe! As once my heart was playing, He snatcht it up and flew away, Laughing at all my praying. ...Rate it:

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A Man Young And Old
William Butler Yeats
I First Love THOUGH nurtured like the sailing moon In beauty's murderous brood, She walked awhile and blushed awhile And on my pathway stood Until...Rate it:

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A Man Young And Old: VII. The Friends Of His Youth
William Butler Yeats
Laughter not time destroyed my voice And put that crack in it, And when the moon's pot-bellied I get a laughing fit, For that old Madge comes down ...Rate it:

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A Melody Of Sages
Kurt Philip Behm
Prose and Poetry came together In a marriage of infusion —each wanting from the other what they could not bring —each vowing to the ...Rate it:

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A Prayer For The King's Majesty
Edith Nesbit
22nd January, 1901. THE Queen is dead. God save the King, In this his hour of grief, When sorrow gathers memories in a sheaf To lay them on his sh...Rate it:

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A Vision Out West
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Far reaching down's a solid sea sunk everlastingly to rest, And yet whose billows seem to be for ever heaving toward the west The tiny fieldmice ...Rate it:

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A Winter Daybreak
Anne Glenny Wilson
From the dark gorge, where burns the morning star, I hear the glacier river rattling on And sweeping o'er his ice-ploughed shingle-bar, While wood ...Rate it:

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Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight
Vachel Lindsay
It is portentous, and a thing of state That here at midnight, in our little town A mourning figure walks, and will not rest, Near the old court-hou...Rate it:

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Among The Orchards
Archibald Lampman
Already in the dew-wrapped vineyards dry Dense weights of heat press down. The large bright drops Shrink in the leaves. From dark acacia tops The n...Rate it:

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An Athenian Reverie
Archibald Lampman
How the returning days, one after one, Came ever in their rhythmic round, unchanged, Yet from each looped robe for every man Some new thing falls. ...Rate it:

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An Obituarian
Ambrose Bierce
Death-poet Pickering sat at his desk, Wrapped in appropriate gloom; His posture was pensive and picturesque, Like a raven charming a tomb. Enter a...Rate it:

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Another Chance
Kurt Philip Behm
I like hitchhiking because it’s clean… Its ending not restrained by false beginnings The future more indentured than the past With freedom wrapped ...Rate it:

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Apollo Musagetes
Matthew Arnold
Through the black, rushing smoke-bursts, Thick breaks the red flame; All Etna heaves fiercely Her forest-clothed frame. Not h...Rate it:

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Arbolé, Arbolé
Federico García Lorca
Tree, tree dry and green. The girl with the pretty face is out picking olives. The wind, playboy of towers, grabs her around the waist. Four r...Rate it:

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