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Don Juan: Canto The Seventeenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
The world is full of orphans: firstly, those Who are so in the strict sense of the phrase (But many a lonely tree the loftier grows Than others ...Rate it:

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Paradiso: Canto II
Dante Alighieri
Paradiso Canto 2 O Ye, who in some pretty little boat, Eager to listen, have been following Behind my ship, that singing sails along, Turn back ...Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene, Book I, Canto IV (excerpts)
Edmund Spenser
CANTO IIII To sinfull house of Pride, Duessa guides the faithfull knight, Where brothers death to wreak Sansjoy doth chalenge him t...Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene: Book I, Canto I
Edmund Spenser
THE FIRST BOOKE OF THE FAERIE QUEENE Contayning THE LEGENDE OF THE KNIGHT OF THE RED CROSSE, OR OF HOLINESSEProemi Lo I the man, whose Muse whi...Rate it:

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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Canto I
Sir Walter Scott
Introduction. The way was long, the wind was cold, The Minstrel was infirm and old; His wither'd cheek, and tresses gray, Seem'd to have known ...Rate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto I.
Sir Walter Scott
Autumn departs - but still his mantle's fold Rests on the groves of noble Somerville, Beneath a shroud of russet dropp'd with gold, Tweed and his t...Rate it:

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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
I. If thou would'st view fair Melrose aright, Go visit it by the pale moonlight; For the gay beams of lightsome day Gild, but to flout, the ruin...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 4 E (Reunion)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
AND praise rang forth, the prize is won, Young minstrel, thou hast equal none! They led him to the lady's seat, And knelt he down at EVA'S feet; Sh...Rate it:

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The Waggoner - Canto Second
William Wordsworth
IF Wytheburn's modest House of prayer, As lowly as the lowliest dwelling, Had, with its belfry's humble stock, A little pair that hang in air, Bee...Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto the Second
George Gordon Lord Byron
XXIV The ship, call'd the most holy "Trinidada," Was steering duly for the port Leghorn; For there the Spanish family Moncada ...Rate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto IV
John Trumbull
Now Night came down, and rose full soon That patroness of rogues, the Moon; Beneath whose kind protecting ray, Wolves, brute and human, prowl for p...Rate it:

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Rural Sports: A Georgic - Canto II.
John Gay
Now, sporting muse, draw in the flowing reins, Leave the clear streams a while for sunny plains. Should you the various arms and toils rehearse, An...Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene, Book VI, Canto X
Edmund Spenser
THE SIXTE BOOKE OF THE FAERIE QUEENE Contayning THE LEGEND OF S. CALIDORE OR OF COURTESIECANTO X Calidore sees the Graces daunce, To C...Rate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto I
John Trumbull
When Yankies, skill'd in martial rule, First put the British troops to school; Instructed them in warlike trade, And new manoeuvres of parade, The ...Rate it:

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Alma; or, The Progress of the Mind. In Three Cantos. - Canto I.
Matthew Prior
Matthew met Richard, when or where From story is not mighty clear: Of many knotty points they spoke, And pro and con by turns they took: Rats half...Rate it:

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Alma; or, The Progress of the Mind. In Three Cantos. - Canto II.
Matthew Prior
But shall we take the Muse abroad, To drop her idly on the road, And leave our subject in the middle, As Butler did his Bear and Fiddle? Yet he, co...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto I
Arthur Hugh Clough
Over the great windy waters, and over the clear-crested summits, Unto the sun and the sky, and unto the perfecter earth, Come, let us go,--to a l...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto II
Arthur Hugh Clough
Is it illusion? or does there a spirit from perfecter ages, Here, even yet, amid loss, change, and corruption abide? Does there a spirit we know ...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto III
Arthur Hugh Clough
Yet to the wondrous St. Peter's, and yet to the solemn Rotunda, Mingling with heroes and gods, yet to the Vatican Walls, Yet may we go, and recli...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto IV
Arthur Hugh Clough
Eastward, or Northward, or West? I wander and ask as I wander; Weary, yet eager and sure, Where shall I come to my love? Whitherward hasten to se...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto V
Arthur Hugh Clough
There is a city, upbuilt on the quays of the turbulent Arno, Under Fiesole's heights,--thither are we to return? There is a city that fringes the...Rate it:

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Canto 1
Ezra Pound
And then went down to the ship, Set keel to breakers, forth on the godly sea, and We set up mast and sail on that swart ship, Bore sheep aboard her...Rate it:

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Canto 13
Ezra Pound
Kung walked by the dynastic temple and into the cedar grove, and then out by the lower river, And with him Khieu Tchi and T...Rate it:

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Canto 49
Ezra Pound
For the seven lakes, and by no man these verses: Rain; empty river; a voyage, Fire from frozen cloud, heavy rain in the twilight Under the cabin ro...Rate it:

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Canto I
Ezra Pound
And then went down to the ship, Set keel to breakers, forth on the godly sea, and We set up mast and sail on tha swart ship, Bore sheep aboard her,...Rate it:

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