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London
William Blake
I wandered through each chartered street, Near where the chartered Thames does flow, A mark in every face I meet, Marks of weakness, marks o...Rate it:

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London
John Davidson
Athwart the sky a lowly sigh From west to east the sweet wind carried; The sun stood still on Primrose Hill; His light in all the city tarried: The...Rate it:

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London
Ada Cambridge
The gorgeous stream of England's wealth goes by, Mixed with the mud and refuse, as of old — The hungry, homeless, naked, sick and cold; Want mocked...Rate it:

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London
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
CRUEL City, London, London, Where, duped slaves of devils' creeds, Men and women desperate, undone, Dream such dreams, and do such deeds: London, L...Rate it:

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A Ballad of London
Richard Le Gallienne
AH, London! London! our delight, Great flower that opens but at night, Great City of the midnight sun, Whose day begins when day is done. Lamp...Rate it:

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A Ballad Of London - (To H. W. Massinsham)
Richard Le Gallienne
Ah, London! London! our delight, Great flower that opens but at night, Great City of the Midnight Sun, Whose day begins when day is done. Lamp ...Rate it:

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A Letter Written From London To Mrs. Strangeways Hornet
Mary Barber
Say, my Hortensia, in this silent Hour, When the pale Queen of Night exerts her Pow'r, What Guardian--Angels on thy Slumbers wait, To paint the Glo...Rate it:

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A London Fête
Coventry Patmore
All night fell hammers, shock on shock; With echoes Newgate's granite clang'd: The scaffold built, at eight o'clock They brought the man out to be ...Rate it:

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A London Plane-Tree
Amy Levy
Green is the plane-tree in the square, The other trees are brown; They droop and pine for country air; The plane-tree loves the town. Here from my...Rate it:

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A London Thoroughfare. 2 A.M.
Amy Lowell
They have watered the street, It shines in the glare of lamps, Cold, white lamps, And lies Like a slow-moving river, Barred with silver and black...Rate it:

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A March Day in London
Amy Levy
The east wind blows in the street to-day; The sky is blue, yet the town looks grey. 'Tis the wind of ice, the wind of fire, Of cold despair and of ...Rate it:

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A Satire against the citizens of London
Henry Howard
London, hast thou accused me Of breach of laws, the root of strife? Within whose breast did boil to see, So fervent hot, thy dissolute ...Rate it:

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A Wife in London (December, 1899)
Thomas Hardy
I--The Tragedy She sits in the tawny vapour That the City lanes have uprolled, Behind whose webby fold on fold Like a waning taper T...Rate it:

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After London
J D C Fellow
London Bridge is broken down; Green is the grass on Ludgate Hill; I know a farmer in Camden Town Killed a brock by Pentonville. I have heard my...Rate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the L. Bishop of London John King
Henry King
Sad Relick of a blessed Soul! whose trust We sealed up in this religious dust. O do not thy low Exequies suspect As the cheap arguments of our n...Rate it:

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An Epitaph On Mr. Fishborne The Great London Benefactor, And His Executor
William Strode
What are thy gaines, O death, if one man ly Stretch'd in a bed of clay, whose charity Doth hereby get occasion to redeeme Thousands out of the grav...Rate it:

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Another on "On The University Carrier who sickn'd in the time of his vacancy, being forbid to go to London, by reason of the plague."
John Milton
Here lieth one who did most truly prove, That he could never die while he could move, So hung his destiny never to rot While he might still jogg on...Rate it:

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As I Walked Through London
Robert Laurence Binyon
As I walked through London, The fresh wound burning in my breast, As I walked through London, Longing to have forgotten, to harden my heart, and to...Rate it:

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At the War Office, London (Affixing the Lists of Killed and Wounded: December, 1899)
Thomas Hardy
I Last year I called this world of gain-givings The darkest thinkable, and questioned sadly If my own land could heave its pulse less gladly, ...Rate it:

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At the War Office, London.
Thomas Hardy
I Last year I called this world of gain-givings The darkest thinkable, and questioned sadly If my own land could heave its pulse less gladly, ...Rate it:

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Book Seventh [Residence in London]
William Wordsworth
SIX changeful years have vanished since I first Poured out (saluted by that quickening breeze Which met me issuing from the City's walls) A glad pr...Rate it:

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Calamity in London
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year of 1897, and on the night of Christmas day, That ten persons' lives were taken sway, By a destructive fire in London, at No. 9 Di...Rate it:

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Dear Old London
Eugene Field
When I was broke in London in the fall of '89, I chanced to spy in Oxford Street this tantalizing sign, 'A Splendid Horace cheap for Cash!' Of co...Rate it:

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Dedication Of 'The Dream Of Man' To London, My Hostess
William Watson
City that waitest to be sung,-- For whom no hand To mighty strains the lyre hath strung In all this land, Though mightier theme the mightiest ones ...Rate it:

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Descriptive Jottings of London
William Topaz McGonagall
As I stood upon London Bridge and viewed the mighty throng Of thousands of people in cabs and 'busses rapidly whirling along, All furiously driving...Rate it:

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