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Angel Faces
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
I. I SHALL not paint them. God them sees, and I: No other can, nor need. They have no form, I may not close with human kisses warm Their eyes w...Rate it:

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April On Waggon Hill
Sir Henry Newbolt
Lad, and can you rest now, There beneath your hill! Your hands are on your breast now, But is your heart so still? 'Twas the right death to die, la...Rate it:

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At Love's Beginning.
Robert Crawford
I might not have it then — I might not, yet She was so near to me, could I forget She might be nearer? There was in her eyes — What shall I say? — ...Rate it:

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At Nightfall
Lucy Maud Montgomery
The dark is coming o'er the world, my playmate, And the fields where poplars stand are very still, All our groves of green delight have been invade...Rate it:

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August Moonrise
Sara Teasdale
The sun was gone, and the moon was coming Over the blue Connecticut hills; The west was rosy, the east was flushed, And over my head the swallows r...Rate it:

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Ballade Of The Paid Puritan
Richard Le Gallienne
In vain with whip and knotted cord The hirelings of hypocrisy Would make us comely for the Lord: Think ye God works through such as ye-- Paid Purit...Rate it:

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Battle Of Corruna
William Lisle Bowles
The tide of fate rolls on!--heart-pierced and pale, The gallant soldier lies, nor aught avail, The shield, the sword, the spirit of the brave, From...Rate it:

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Bayonet Song
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Fire away, fire away, boys must have their play, There'll be hard work yet Before sunset: But what of the day when the boys have had their play? Wh...Rate it:

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Beauty And The Beast
Charles Lamb
A Merchant, who by generous pains Prospered in honourable gains, Could boast, his wealth and fame to share, Three manly Sons, three Daughters fair;...Rate it:

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Before A Little Coffin
Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
Mother has painted the coffin brightly. The tiny one sleeps in Sunday attire. Onto the forehead no longer is falling The light-brown hair; A round...Rate it:

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Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
(In her lodgings) To-day King Harald Must hold his ting-peace; For Einar has here Five hundred peasants. Our son Eindride Safeguards his father, ...Rate it:

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Between Two Worlds
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
Parting for Australia. HERE sitting by the fire I aspire, love, I aspire-- Not to that 'other world' of your fond dreams, But one as nigh and n...Rate it:

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Bird Parliament (translation of)
Edward Fitzgerald
Once on a time from all the Circles seven Between the steadfast Earth and rolling Heaven The Birds, of all Note, Plumage, and Degree, That float in...Rate it:

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Blind Sorrow
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
One bitter time of mourning, I remember, When day, and night, my sad heart did complain, My life, I said, was one cold, bleak December, And all its...Rate it:

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Book Fifth-Books
William Wordsworth
WHEN Contemplation, like the night-calm felt Through earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deep Into the soul its tranquillising power, Even the...Rate it:

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Book Twelfth [Imagination And Taste, How Impaired And Restored ]
William Wordsworth
LONG time have human ignorance and guilt Detained us, on what spectacles of woe Compelled to look, and inwardly oppressed With sorrow, disappointme...Rate it:

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Buddha at Kamakura
Rudyard Kipling
Oye who treated the Narrow Way By Tophet-flare to Judgment Day, Be gentle when "the heathen" pray To Buddha at Kamakura! To him the Way, the Law...Rate it:

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John Greenleaf Whittier
ON RECEIVING A SPRIG OF HEATHER IN BLOSSOM. No more these simple flowers belong To Scottish maid and lover; Sown in the common soil of song, They ...Rate it:

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Bush Hay
Henry Lawson
The stamp of Scotland is on his face, But he sailed to the South a lad, And he does not think of the black bleak hills And the bitter hard youth he...Rate it:

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By the Camp Fire
Ada Cambridge
Ah, 'twas but now I saw the sun flush pink on yonder placid tide; The purple hill-tops, one by one, were strangely lit and glorified; And yet how s...Rate it:

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By the Cliffs of the Sea
Henry Kendall
In a far-away glen of the hills, Where the bird of the night is at rest, Shut in from the thunder that fills The fog-hidden caves of the west— In a...Rate it:

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By The Riverside
John Crowe Ransom
A GREAT green spread of meadow land, (Must rest his weight on an ample base), A secret water moving on, A clean blue air for his breathing-space, A...Rate it:

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By The Seaside : The Lighthouse
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The rocky ledge runs far into the sea, And on its outer point, some miles away, The Lighthouse lifts its massive masonry, A pillar of fire by night...Rate it:

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Franco Sacchetti
ONCE, deep in thought, I, passing 'neath some trees, Beheld a troop of maidens gathering flowers; One cried: 'Ah look'; another: 'Nay, see these,...Rate it:

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Cape Byron
James Brunton Stephens
Upon the orient utmost of the land, Enfranchised of the world, alone, and free, I stood; before me, and on either hand, The interminable solace of ...Rate it:

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