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Revelation
Trim
They always said I was "special" or useless, full of excuses, slow to learn but my wit had a quickness, so I decided to embrace my unique...Rate it:

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She Was a Phantom of Delight
William Wordsworth
She was a phantom of delight When first she gleamed upon my sight; A lovely Apparition, sent To be a moment's ornament; Her eyes as stars of Twilig...Rate it:

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Symptom Recital
Dorothy Parker
I do not like my state of mind; I'm bitter, querulous, unkind. I hate my legs, I hate my hands, I do not yearn for lovelier lands. I dread the dawn...Rate it:

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The Corn-Stalk Fiddle
Paul Laurence Dunbar
WHEN the corn's all cut and the bright stalks shine Like the burnished spears of a field of gold; When the field-mice rich on the nubbins dine, And...Rate it:

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The Cornelian
George Gordon Lord Byron
No specious splendour of this stone Endears it to my memory ever; With lustre only once it shone, And blushes modest as the giver. Some, who can s...Rate it:

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The Failed Migration
Ehsan Sehgal
Just the tears filling and holding In my eyes After losing life became my destined The rule of love is, waiting And killing-pain How can anyone su...Rate it:

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The Winter's Spring
John Clare
The winter comes; I walk alone, I want no bird to sing; To those who keep their hearts their own The winter is the spring. No flowers to please...Rate it:

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Truth And Divine Love Rejected By The World
William Cowper
O love, of pure and heavenly birth! O simple truth, scarce known on earth! Whom men resist with stubborn will; And, more perverse and daring still,...Rate it:

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Who Am I
Ehsan Sehgal
You will understand Respect and honour Patience and tolerance Devotion and sacrifice Moral values and true faith Human and humanity Honest and gene...Rate it:

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YOUNG GREEK SOLITARY
ILIAS FOUKIS
If such be the will of the God on Earth without needing to sing the praises of Zeus today I... I will walk all day on the Earth. And...Rate it:

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Your Destination
Ehsan Sehgal
Are you proud of anything, you have Or you are a silent, shy person By your nature That both are critical conditions The first one damages you; hu...Rate it:

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A Friendly Game Of Football
Edward George Dyson
We were challenged by The Dingoes - they're the pride of Squatter's Gap- To a friendly game of football on the flat by Devil's Trap. And we went al...Rate it:

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A Wild Rose
Alfred Austin
The first wild rose in wayside hedge, This year I wandering see, I pluck, and send it as a pledge, My own Wild Rose, to Thee. For when my gaze fir...Rate it:

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Revelation
Trim
They always said I was "special" or useless, full of excuses, slow to learn but my wit had a quickness, so I decided to embrace my unique...Rate it:

(4.50 / 2 votes)
The Character of a Happy Life
Sir Henry Wotton
How happy is he born or taught, That serveth not another's will; Whose armour is his honest thought, And simple truth his highest skill; Whose pas...Rate it:

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This Face
Mary Bone
This face that I washed off, Wasn't really mine. This face that has been ravaged, By makeup and time. The face that looks back at me, Now simple, s...Rate it:

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ALL THOSE WASTED YEARS
Alan Parry-Booth
ALL THOSE WASTED YEARS. Did I ever tell you of a lovely girl called Sian I met her when I went down to a meeting in Cwmbran Her father was a vicar...Rate it:

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Just me
Buffy Sammons
I am nobody special just a simple person who loves to be.. The person who enters the room and makes you laugh until we.. Forget about the cancer th...Rate it:

(4.33 / 6 votes)
60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
Bio Of Mario William Vitale The language and images of Mario Vitale's poetry are so closely bound to the natural cycles of seasons, of generations...Rate it:

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A Son of the Soil
James Brunton Stephens
Said the Preacher “All is Vanity!”—appending as a reason That the things we find our pleasure in are bound to pass and pall; But it seems to me tha...Rate it:

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Elegy Before Death
Edna St. Vincent Millay
There will be rose and rhododendron When you are dead and under ground; Still will be heard from white syringas Heavy with bees, a sunny sound; St...Rate it:

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In Bondage
Claude McKay
I would be wandering in distant fields Where man, and bird, and beast, lives leisurely, And the old earth is kind, and ever yields Her goodly gi...Rate it:

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In vein
Datakon
The day life found love its lost saw winter saw sun had a little fun Had love Lost love even made love in vien its plane to see the day th...Rate it:

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Many a phrase has the English language
Emily Dickinson
Many a phrase has the English language— I have heard but one— Low as the laughter of the Cricket, Loud, as the Thunder's Tongue— Murmuring, like o...Rate it:

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Of Bronze—and Blaze
Emily Dickinson
Of Bronze—and Blaze— The North—Tonight— So adequate—it forms— So preconcerted with itself— So distant—to alarms— And Unconcern so sovereign To Univ...Rate it:

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