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William Lisle Bowles
Call the strange spirit that abides unseen In wilds, and wastes, and shaggy solitudes, And bid his dim hand lead thee through these scenes That bur...Rate it:

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Thomas Bailey Aldrich
A PASTORAL SCENE: A roadside in Arcady SHEPHERD. Good sir, have you seen pass this way A mischief straight from market-day? You'd know her at ...Rate it:

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William Allingham
Gold tassel upon March's bugle-horn, Whose blithe reveille blows from hill to hill And every valley rings--O Daffodil! What promise for the season ...Rate it:

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Dedication To Leigh Hunt, Esq.
John Keats
Glory and loveliness have pass'd away; For if we wander out in early morn, No wreathed incense do we see upborne Into the east, to meet the smiling...Rate it:

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Leon Gellert
Point thy battered prow to the dark shore Thou hoary son of Erebus, and dip thy blades In the slow-moving marge, for I am of the shades, And I woul...Rate it:

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Aleister Crowley
I bring ye wine from above, From the vats of the storied sun; For every one of yer love, And life for every one. Ye shall dance on hill and level; ...Rate it:

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Donald Caird's Come Again
Sir Walter Scott
Chorus Donald Caird's come again! Donald Caird's come again! Tell the news in brugh and glen, Donald Caird's come again! Donald Caird can lilt a...Rate it:

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Double Ballade Of Primitive Man
Andrew Lang
He lived in a cave by the seas, He lived upon oysters and foes, But his list of forbidden degrees, An extensive morality shows; Geological evidence...Rate it:

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Dream World Pt I
Mario William Vitale
last night I had a reacurring dream of a man injecting a needle in his arm while holding a baby there was cobwebs and darkened portals illuminate...Rate it:

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Earnest Hanger
Nikhil Parekh
Lifeless chunks of grey metal adroitly sculptured to form a delectably curved hook at the absolute end; that imperiously dominated the fabric of em...Rate it:

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Election Aftermath
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
1. ANTE-ELECTIONS Now, a cove the name of Blabb, a politician, He's a haughty sort o' high pan-jan-dee-ram; An' he holds a very dignified position ...Rate it:

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Endimion and Phoebe (excerpts)
Michael Drayton
In Ionia whence sprang old poets' fame, From whom that sea did first derive her name, The blessed bed whereon the Muses lay, Beauty of Gre...Rate it:

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Endymion: Book I
John Keats

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Evening In A Sugar Orchard
Robert Frost
From where I lingered in a lull in march outside the sugar-house one night for choice, I called the fireman with a careful voice And bade him leave...Rate it:

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For all the Land to See: A Song of the Tools
Henry Lawson
THE CROSS-CUT and the crowbar cross, and hang them on the wall, And make a greenhide rack to fit the wedges and the maul, The “done” long-handled s...Rate it:

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From early dawn the thirtieth of April...
Boris Pasternak
From early dawn the thirtieth of April Is given up to children of the town, And caught in trying on the festive necklace, By dusk it only just is s...Rate it:

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From Vergil's Tenth Eclogue
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Melodious Arethusa, o'er my verse Shed thou once more the spirit of thy stream: Who denies verse to Gallus? So, when thou Glidest beneath the green...Rate it:

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Fuite En Sologne
Victor Marie Hugo
Au poète Mérante I Ami, viens me rejoindre. Les bois sont innocents. Il est bon de voir poindre L'aube des paysans. Paris, morne et farouche,...Rate it:

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Georg Trakl
In the spirit’s solitary hours It is lovely to walk in the sun Along the yellow walls of summer. Quietly whisper the steps in the grass; yet always...Rate it:

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Highland Hospitality
Robert William Service
Unto his housemaid spoke the Laird: "Tonight the Bishop is our guest; The spare room must be warmed and aired: To please him we will do our best. A...Rate it:

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Homage To Sextus Propertius - II
Ezra Pound
I had been seen in the shade, recumbent on cushioned Helicon, The water dripping from Bellerophon's horse, Alba, your kings, and the realm your fol...Rate it:

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Horace I, 4.
Eugene Field
'Tis spring! the boats bound to the sea; The breezes, loitering kindly over The fields, again bring herds and men The grateful cheer of honeyed clo...Rate it:

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Victor Marie Hugo
Esprit mystérieux qui, le doigt sur ta bouche, Passes... ne t'en va pas ! parle à l'homme farouche Ivre d'ombre et d'immensité, Parle-moi, toi, f...Rate it:

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Andrew Marvell
Quisnam adeo, mortale genus, praecordia versat: Heu Palmae, Laurique furor, vel simplicis Herbae! Arbor ut indomitos ornet vix una labores; Tempora...Rate it:

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Hymn on the Morning of Christ's Nativity
John Milton
IT was the Winter wilde, While the Heav'n-born-childe, All meanly wrapt in the rude manger lies; Nature in aw to him Had doff't her gawdy tr...Rate it:

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