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A Letter From the Front
Sir Henry Newbolt
I was out early to-day, spying about From the top of a haystack -- such a lovely morning -- And when I mounted again to canter back I saw across...Rate it:

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A Little Song Of Life
Lizette Woodworth Reese
Glad that I live am I; That the sky is blue; Glad for the country lanes, And the fall of dew. After the sun the rain; After the rain the sun; This...Rate it:

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A Memory
John Greenleaf Whittier
Here, while the loom of Winter weaves The shroud of flowers and fountains, I think of thee and summer eves Among the Northern mountains. When thun...Rate it:

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A Naughty Little Comet
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
There was a little comet who lived near the Milky Way! She loved to wander out at night and jump about and play. The mother of the comet was a ver...Rate it:

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A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON
Robert Herrick
Till I shall come again, let this suffice, I send my salt, my sacrifice To thee, thy lady, younglings, and as far As to thy Genius and thy Lar; To ...Rate it:

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A Poem: To The Memory of Mrs. Oldfield
Richard Savage
Oldfield's no more!-And can the Muse forbear, O'er Oldfield's Grave to shed a grateful Tear? Shall she, the Glory of the British Stage, Pride of he...Rate it:

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A Poet to...
Charles Harpur
Long ere I knew thee—years of loveless days, A shape would gather from my dreams, and pour The soul-sweet influence of its gentle gaze Int...Rate it:

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A Sea Dream
John Greenleaf Whittier
We saw the slow tides go and come, The curving surf-lines lightly drawn, The gray rocks touched with tender bloom Beneath the fresh-blown rose of d...Rate it:

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A Solemn thing within the Soul
Emily Dickinson
A Solemn thing within the Soul To feel itself get ripe— And golden hang—while farther up— The Maker's Ladders stop— And in the Orchard far below— Y...Rate it:

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A Song Inscribed To The Fremont Clubs
John Greenleaf Whittier
BENEATH thy skies, November! Thy skies of cloud and rain, Around our blazing camp-fires We close our ranks again. Then sound again the bugles, Call...Rate it:

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A Storm in the Mountains
Charles Harpur
A lonely boy, far venturing from home Out on the half-wild herd’s faint tracks I roam; Mid rock-browned mountains, which with stony frown Glare ...Rate it:

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A Vision of a Wrangler, of a University, of Pedantry, and of Philosophy
James Clerk Maxwell
Deep St. Mary's bell had sounded, And the twelve notes gently rounded Endless chimneys that surrounded My abode in Trinity. (Letter G, Old Cour...Rate it:

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A Winter's Tale
David Herbert Lawrence
Yesterday the fields were only grey with scattered snow, And now the longest grass-leaves hardly emerge; Yet her deep footsteps mark the snow, ...Rate it:

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About The Sheltered Garden Ground
Robert Louis Stevenson
ABOUT the sheltered garden ground The trees stand strangely still. The vale ne'er seemed so deep before, Nor yet so high the hill. An awful sense ...Rate it:

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Above Crow's Nest [Sydney]
Henry Lawson
A BLANKET low and leaden, Though rent across the west, Whose darkness seems to deaden The brightest and the best; A sunset white and staring On clo...Rate it:

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Above Lavender Bay
Henry Lawson
’Tis glorious morning everywhere Save where the alleys lie— I see the fleecy steam jets bid “Good morning” to the sky. The gullies of the waratah A...Rate it:

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Adjustment
John Greenleaf Whittier
The tree of Faith its bare, dry boughs must shed That nearer heaven the living ones may climb; The false must fail, though from our shores of time ...Rate it:

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Advent Sunday
John Keble
Awake--again the Gospel-trump is blown - From year to year it swells with louder tone, From year to year the signs of wrath Are gathering round...Rate it:

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Afoot
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
Comes the lure of green things growing, Comes the call of waters flowing - And the wayfarer desire Moves and wakes and would be going. Hark the mi...Rate it:

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Afterthoughts
Edwin Arlington Robinson
We parted where the old gas-lamp still burned Under the wayside maple and walked on, Into the dark, as we had always done; And I, no doubt, if h...Rate it:

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Alcidor
Anne Kingsmill Finch
While Monarchs in stern Battle strove For proud Imperial Sway; Abandon'd to his milder Love, Within a silent peaceful Grove, Alcidor careless...Rate it:

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An Inventor
Augusta Davies Webster
Not yet! I thought this time 'twas done at last, the workings perfected, the life in it; and there's the flaw again, the petty flaw, the frett...Rate it:

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And The Rains Descended And The Floods Came
Edith Nesbit
NOW the far waves roll nearer and more near, The wind's awake, the pitiless wind's awake, It shrieks the menace that I dare not hear, Soon at my fe...Rate it:

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Andrea del Sarto
Robert Browning
But do not let us quarrel any more, No, my Lucrezia; bear with me for once: Sit down and all shall happen as you wish. You turn your face, but does...Rate it:

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Andrew Jones
William Wordsworth
I hate that Andrew Jones; he'll breed His children up to waste and pillage. I wish the press-gang or the drum With its tantara sound would come,...Rate it:

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