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Old Pete Parraday
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Old Pete Paraday, his mind works very slow; But, when it fastens on a thoughts, he will not let it go. He measures it and mumbles it until an answe...Rate it:

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On the Marriage of a Beauteous Young Gentlewoman with an Ancient Man
Francis Beaumont
Fondly, too curious Nature, to adorn Aurora with the blushes of the morn: Why do her rosy lips breath gums and spice; Unto the East, and sweet to P...Rate it:

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On the Range
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
On Nungar the mists of the morning hung low, The beetle-browed hills brooded silent and black, Not yet warmed to life by the sun's loving glow, As ...Rate it:

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Outlines
James Martin Devaney
The tufted gums along the rise Stand black against the evening skies. And in the red west sombreing As daylight dies, A simple moon-the loveliest t...Rate it:

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Phyllis
Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz
(Español) Lo atrevido de un pincel, Filis, dio a mi pluma alientos: que tan gloriosa desgracia más causa corrió que miedo. Logros de errar por t...Rate it:

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Progress
Frank Wilmot
THEY’VE builded wooden timber tracks, And a trolly with screaming brakes Noses into the secret bush, Into the birdless brooding bush, An...Rate it:

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Sam's Racehorse
Marriott Edgar
When Sam Small retired from the Army He'd a pension of ninepence a day, And seven pounds fourteen and twopence He'd saved from his rations and pa...Rate it:

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Skeleton Flat
Henry Lawson
HERE’S never a bough to be tossed in the breeze, For it’s long since the forest was green; And round all the trunks of the naked white trees The ma...Rate it:

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Snake
David Herbert Lawrence
A snake came to my water-trough On a hot, hot day, and I in pyjamas for the heat, To drink there. In the deep, strange-scented shade of the great ...Rate it:

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Song
William Cowper
No more shall hapless Celia's ears Be flattered with the cries Of lovers drowned in floods of tears, Or murdered by her eyes; No serenades to break...Rate it:

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Song of the Galley Slaves
Rudyard Kipling
We pulled for you when the wind was against us and the sails were low. Will you never let us go? We ate bread and onions when you too...Rate it:

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Stop-And-See
Edward George Dyson
I’M STEWING in a brick-built town; My coat is quite a stylish cut, And, morn and even, up and down, I travel in a common rut; But as the city sound...Rate it:

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THE APPARITION OF HIS, MISTRESS,CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUM
Robert Herrick
THE APPARITION OF HIS, MISTRESS, CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUM DESUNT NONNULLA-- Come then, and like two doves with silvery wings, Let our souls fly to ...Rate it:

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The Author's Farewell to the Bushmen
Henry Lawson
Some carry their swags in the Great North-West, Where the bravest battle and die, And a few have gone to their last long rest, And a few have said:...Rate it:

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The Baby's Vengeance
William Schwenck Gilbert
Weary at heart and extremely ill Was PALEY VOLLAIRE of Bromptonville, In a dirty lodging, with fever down, Close to the Polygon, Somers Town. PALE...Rate it:

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The Boobook Owl
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Not for any airs and graces When, to lonely, silent places Men return in memory, Come these kindly thoughts of me. But they hear again my calling W...Rate it:

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The Bush
James Lister Cuthbertson
GIVE us from dawn to dark Blue of Australian skies, Let there be none to mark Whither our pathway lies. Give us when noontide comes ...Rate it:

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The Courtship Of Young John
Alice Guerin Crist
Fields of lucerne and waving wheat, White-washed sheds, and cottage neat, Nesting orchards and mulberry trees, Scented flowers round hives of bees,...Rate it:

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The Deserted Homestead
Edward George Dyson
PAST a dull, grey plain where a world-old grief seems to brood o’er the silent land, When the orbéd moon turns her tense, white face on the ominous...Rate it:

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The Drought King's Trumpeter
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Said old Pete, the Pensioner: 'I met him down the road Where, twixt the shadders of the gums, The silver moonlight flowed. His skin was white like...Rate it:

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The Drums of Ages
Henry Lawson
Drums of all that’s right and wrong—of love and hate and scorn, And the new-born baby hears them and it wails when it is born. Drums of all that is...Rate it:

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The Filling of the Swamps
William Henry Ogilvie
Hurrah for the storm-clouds sweeping! Hurrah for the driving rain! The dull earth out of her sleeping Is wakened to life again. There are m...Rate it:

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The Flowers
Rudyard Kipling
To our private taste, there is always something a little exotic, almost artificial, in songs which, under an English aspect and dress, ar...Rate it:

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The Gates Ajar
Ambrose Bierce
The Day of Judgment spread its glare O'er continents and seas. The graves cracked open everywhere, Like pods of early peas. Up to the Court of Hea...Rate it:

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The Grey Goshawk
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There is a flutter in the trees, And now a sudden, dread unease Stills all the bushland melodies Amid the gums; Stills now the song of wren and thr...Rate it:

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