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The Judgment Of Paris
Thomas Parnell
Where waving Pines the brows of Ida shade, The swain young Paris half supinely laid, Saw the loose Flocks thro' shrubs unnumber'd rove And Piping c...Rate it:

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The Lady's Dressing Room
Jonathan Swift
By haughty Celia spent in dressing; The goddess from her chamber issues, Arrayed in lace, brocades, and tissues. Strephon, who found the room was v...Rate it:

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The Mountain Splitter
Henry Lawson
He works in the glen where the waratah grows, And the gums and the ashes are tall, ’Neath cliffs that re-echo the sound of his blows When the wedge...Rate it:

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The Petition for an Absolute Retreat
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Give me, O indulgent Fate! Give me yet before I die A sweet, but absolute retreat, 'Mongst paths so lost and trees so high That the world may ne'e...Rate it:

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The Power Of My Mother's Milk
Nikhil Parekh
I might have consumed just an infinitesimal pint of it when I was an impeccably oblivious infant; hardly acclimatizing my taste buds with its etern...Rate it:

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The Return of Albert
Marriott Edgar
You've 'eard 'ow young Albert Ramsbottom, In the Zoo up at Blackpool one year, With a stick and 'orse's 'ead 'andle, Gave a lion a poke in the ear....Rate it:

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The Roads' End
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Old Ben, the pensioner, is going down to die. Huddled in the mail-car, he turns a wistful eye On this familiar forest scene, the wooded mountain wa...Rate it:

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The Shearers Wife
Louis Esson
Before the glare o’ dawn I rise To milk the sleepy cows, an’ shake The droving dust from tired eyes, Look round the rabbit traps, then bake The...Rate it:

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The Singing Soldiers
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'When I'm sittin' in me dug-out wiv me rifle on me knees, An' a yowlin', 'owlin' chorus comes a-floatin' up the breeze Jist a bit o' 'Bonnie Mary'...Rate it:

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The Slave Ship
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
No surge was on the sea, No cloud was on the day, When the ship spread her white wings, Like a sea-bird on her way. Ocean lay bright before, ...Rate it:

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The Speeches of Sloth and Virtue
William Shenstone
[Upon the Plan of Xenophen's Judgment of Hercules] SLOTH Hither, dear Boy, direct thy wandring Eyes, 'Tis here the lovely Vale of Pleasure lies...Rate it:

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The Spirit Of Discovery By Sea - Book The Second
William Lisle Bowles
Oh for a view, as from that cloudless height Where the great Patriarch gazed upon the world, His offspring's future seat, back on the vale Of years...Rate it:

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The Star of Australasia
Henry Lawson
We boast no more of our bloodless flag, that rose from a nation's slime; Better a shred of a deep-dyed rag from the storms of the olden time. Fr...Rate it:

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The Task: Book II. -- The Time-Piece
William Cowper
Oh for a lodge in some vast wilderness, Some boundless contiguity of shade, Where rumour of oppression and deceit, Of unsuccessful or successful wa...Rate it:

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The Virtuoso: In Imitation of Spenser's Style And Stanza
Mark Akenside
“--- Videmus Nugari solitos.” -Persius Whilom by silver Thames's gentle stream, In London town there dwelt a subtile wight; A wight of mickle wea...Rate it:

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The Vision Of Echard
John Greenleaf Whittier
The Benedictine Echard Sat by the wayside well, Where Marsberg sees the bridal Of the Sarre and the Moselle. Fair with its sloping vineyards And t...Rate it:

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The Warrigal
Henry Kendall
The warrigal's lair is pent in bare, Black rocks at the gorge's mouth; It is set in ways where Summer strays With the sprites of flame and drout...Rate it:

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The Winds Message
Andrew Barton Paterson
There came a whisper down the Bland between the dawn and dark, Above the tossing of the pines, above the river's flow; It stirred the boughs of g...Rate it:

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To a Billy
James Lister Cuthbertson
OLD BILLY—battered, brown and black With many days of camping, Companion of the bulging sack, And friend in all our tramping: How often on th...Rate it:

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To the King
Edmund Waller
[Upon His Majesty's Happy Return.] The rising sun complies with our weak sight, First gilds the clouds, then shows his globe of light At such a ...Rate it:

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Upon His Majesty's Happy Return
Edmund Waller
The rising sun complies with our weak sight, First gilds the clouds, then shows his globe of light At such a distance from our eyes, as though H...Rate it:

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When You’re Bad in Your Inside
Henry Lawson
I remarked that man is saddest, and his heart is filled with woe, When he hasn’t any money, and his pants begin to go; But I think I was mistaken, ...Rate it:

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Winfreda
Eugene Field
(A BALLAD IN THE ANGLO-SAXON TONGUE) When to the dreary greenwood gloam Winfreda's husband strode that day, The fair Winfreda bode at home To to...Rate it:

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Worship
John Greenleaf Whittier
The Pagan's myths through marble lips are spoken, And ghosts of old Beliefs still flit and moan Round fane and altar overthrown and broken, O'er tr...Rate it:

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A Dialogue Of Self And Soul
William Butler Yeats
i{My Soul} I summon to the winding ancient stair; Set all your mind upon the steep ascent, Upon the broken, crumbling battlement, Upon the breathle...Rate it:

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