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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 34
Sa di
A man, professing to be a hermit in the desert of Syria, attended for years to his devotions and subsisted on the leaves of trees. A padshah, who h...Rate it:

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Elegiac Stanzas
William Lisle Bowles
WRITTEN DURING SICKNESS AT BATH. When I lie musing on my bed alone, And listen to the wintry waterfall; And many moments that are past and gone, ...Rate it:

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Execution, The : A Sporting Anecdote Hon. Mr. Sucklethumbkin's Story
Richard Harris Barham
My Lord Tomnoddy got up one day; It was half after two, He had nothing to do, So his Lordship rang for his cabriolet. Tiger Tim Was clean of ...Rate it:

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Flora
Charlotte Smith
REMOTE from scenes, where the o'erwearied mind Shrinks from the crimes and follies of mankind, From hostile menace, and offensive boast, Peace, ...Rate it:

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Florence
Alfred Austin
City acclaimed from far-off days Fair, and baptized in field of flowers, Once more I scan, with eager gaze, Your soaring domes, your storied towers...Rate it:

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He Is Safe
Sydney Thompson Dobell
'And it shall come to pass at eventide There shall be light.' Lord, it hath come to pass. As one day to the world so now to me Thine advent. My dar...Rate it:

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In An English Garden
Paul Laurence Dunbar
In this old garden, fair, I walk to-day Heart-charmed with all the beauty of the scene: The rich, luxuriant grasses' cooling green, The wall's envi...Rate it:

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Introductory 01
Sa di
Laudation to the God of majesty and glory! Obedience to him is a cause of approach and gratitude in increase of benefits. Every inhalation of the b...Rate it:

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Juliet's Soliloquy
William Shakespeare
Farewell!--God knows when we shall meet again. I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins That almost freezes up the heat of life: I'll call...Rate it:

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Lines Written in Kensington Gardens
Matthew Arnold
In this lone, open glade I lie, Screen'd by deep boughs on either hand; And at its end, to stay the eye, Those black-crown'd, red-boled pine-trees ...Rate it:

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Marenghi
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. Let those who pine in pride or in revenge, Or think that ill for ill should be repaid, Who barter wrong for wrong, until the exchange Ruins the ...Rate it:

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Ode XIV: To The Honourable Charles Townshend: From The Country
Mark Akenside
I. Say, Townshend, what can London boast To pay thee for the pleasures lost, The health to-day resign'd, When spring from this her favorite seat Ba...Rate it:

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Old Tunes
Henry Lawson
When friends are listening round me, Jack, to hear my dying breath, And I am lying in a sleep they say will end in death, Don’t notice what the doc...Rate it:

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Preparatory Meditations - First Series: 39
Edward Taylor
(I John 2:1. If any Man Sin, We Have an Advocate) My sin! My sin, my God, these cursed dregs, Green, yellow, blue-streaked poison hellish, rank, B...Rate it:

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Sonnet XXXI.
Charlotte Smith
Written on Farm Wood, South Downs, May 1784. SPRING'S dewy hand on this fair summit weaves The downy grass, with tufts of Alpine flowers, And shad...Rate it:

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Termarter Sorce
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
It wasn't kid stakes. I 'ad no crook lurk To act deceivin', or to treat 'er mean. I'm old enough to know them games don't work Not with Doreen. B...Rate it:

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The Fable of Dryope - Ovid's Metamorphoses Book 9, [v. 324-393]
Alexander Pope
She said, and for her lost Calanthis sighs, When the fair Consort of her son replies. 'Since you a servant's ravish'd form bemoan, And kindly sigh ...Rate it:

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The Lady of the Motor Car
Henry Lawson
The Lady of the Motor-car she stareth straight ahead; Her face is like the stone, my friend, her face is like the dead; Her face is like the stone,...Rate it:

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The Legend of Lady Gertrude
Ada Cambridge
I. Fallen the lofty halls, where vassal crowds Drank in the dawn of Gertrude's natal day. The dungeon roof an Alpine snow-wreath shrouds, The stron...Rate it:

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The Lumbermen
John Greenleaf Whittier
WILDLY round our woodland quarters Sad-voiced Autumn grieves; Thickly down these swelling waters Float his fallen leaves. Through the tall and nake...Rate it:

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The Magic Bark
Thomas Love Peacock
I O freedom! power of life and light! Sole nurse of truth and glory! Bright dweller on the rocky cliff! Lone wanderer on the sea! Where'er the...Rate it:

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The Mood of Depression
Georg Trakl
You dark mouth inside me, You are strong , shape Composed of autumn cloud, And golden evening stillness; In the shadows thrown By the broken pin...Rate it:

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The Parish Register - Part III: Burials
George Crabbe
THERE was, 'tis said, and I believe, a time When humble Christians died with views sublime; When all were ready for their faith to bleed, But few t...Rate it:

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The Passing Of The Primroses
Alfred Austin
Primroses, why do you pass away? Primroses Nay, rather, why should we longer stay? We are not needed, now stooping showers Have sandalled the feet...Rate it:

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The Pleasures of Imagination: Book The Fourth
Mark Akenside
One effort more, one cheerful sally more, Our destin'd course will finish. and in peace Then, for an offering sacred to the powers Who lent us grac...Rate it:

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