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The Character Of A Good Parson. Imitated From Chaucer, And Enlarged
John Dryden
A parish-priest was of the pilgrim-train; An awful, reverend, and religious man. His eyes diffused a venerable grace, And charity itself was in his...Rate it:

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The Ideal And The Actual Life
Friedrich Schiller
Forever fair, forever calm and bright, Life flies on plumage, zephyr-light, For those who on the Olympian hill rejoice-- Moons wane, and races wit...Rate it:

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The Widow and Her Son XXI
Khalil Gibran
Night fell over North Lebanon and snow was covering the villages surrounded by the Kadeesha Valley, giving the fields and prairies the appearance o...Rate it:

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Vertumnus and Pomona : Ovid's Metamorphoses, book 14 [v. 623-771]
Alexander Pope
The fair Pomona flourish'd in his reign; Of all the Virgins of the sylvan train, None taught the trees a nobler race to bear, Or more improv'd the ...Rate it:

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A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags
William Wordsworth
A narrow girdle of rough stones and crags, A rude and natural causeway, interposed Between the water and a winding slope Of copse and thicket, l...Rate it:

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A Very Mournful Ballad On The Siege And Conquest Of Alhama
George Gordon Lord Byron
Which, in the Arabic language, is to the following purport: I THE Moorish King rides up and down, Through Granada's royal town; From Elvira's gate...Rate it:

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Anashuya And Vijaya
William Butler Yeats
A little Indian temple in the Golden Age. Around it a garden; around that the forest. Anashuya, the young priestess, kneelinq within the temple. A...Rate it:

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from Venus and Adonis
William Shakespeare
But, lo! from forth a copse that neighbours by, A breeding jennet, lusty, young, and proud, Adonis' trampling courser doth espy, And forth she rush...Rate it:

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Gemini And Virgo
Charles Stuart Calverley
Some vast amount of years ago, Ere all my youth had vanished from me, A boy it was my lot to know, Whom his familiar friends called Tommy. I love ...Rate it:

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My Lady Nature and her Daughters
John Henry Newman
Ladies, well I deem, delight In comely tire to move; Soft, and delicate, and bright, Are the robes they love. Silks, where hues alternate play,...Rate it:

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The Interpretation of Nature and
Sir Francis Bacon
I. MAN, being the servant and interpreter of Nature, can do and understand so much and so much only as he has observed in fact or in thought of t...Rate it:

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The Kitten And Falling Leaves
William Wordsworth
THAT way look, my Infant, lo! What a pretty baby-show! See the kitten on the wall, Sporting with the leaves that fall, Withered leaves---one---two-...Rate it:

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The Legend of St. Austin and the Child
Katharine Tynan
St. Austin, going in thought Along the sea-sands gray, Into another world was caught, And Carthage far away. He saw the City of God Hang in th...Rate it:

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The Siege and Conquest of Alhama
George Gordon Lord Byron
The Moorish King rides up and down, Through Granada's royal town; From Elvira's gate to those Of Bivarambla on he goes. ...Rate it:

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Theodore And Honoria. From Boccace
John Dryden
Of all the cities in Romanian lands, The chief and most renowned Ravenna stands; Adorned in ancient times with arms and arts, And rich inhabitants ...Rate it:

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Town and Country
Rupert Brooke
Here, where love's stuff is body, arm and side Are stabbing-sweet 'gainst chair and lamp and wall. In every touch more intimate meanings hide; A...Rate it:

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War And Peace—A Poem
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
THOU, bright Futurity! whose prospect beams, In dawning radiance on our day-light dreams; Whose lambent meteors and ethereal forms Gild the dark cl...Rate it:

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William and Helen
Sir Walter Scott
I. From heavy dreams fair Helen rose, And eyed the dawning red: 'Alas, my love, thou tarriest long! O art thou false or dead?'- II. With gallant ...Rate it:

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A Song For Peace And Honour
Edith Nesbit
TO THE QUEEN LADY and Queen, for whom our laurels twine, Upon whose head the glories of our land In one immortal diadem are met, Embodied Engla...Rate it:

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Absalom and Achitophel
John Dryden
In pious times, e'er Priest-craft did begin, Before Polygamy was made a sin; When man, on many, multiply'd his kind, E'r one to one was, cursedl...Rate it:

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Amyntor's Grove, His Chloris, Arigo, And Gratiana. An Elogie
Richard Lovelace
It was Amyntor's Grove, that Chloris For ever ecchoes, and her glories; Chloris, the gentlest sheapherdesse, That ever lawnes and lambes did blesse...Rate it:

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Canto I: And Then Went Down to the Ship
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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Fire, Famine, And Slaughter : A War Eclogue
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Scene a desolate Tract in la Vendee. Famine is discovered lying on the ground; to her enter Fire and Slaughter. Fam. Sister! sisters! who sent...Rate it:

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Hermann And Dorothea - IV. Euterpe
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
MOTHER AND SON. THUS the men discoursed together; and meanwhile the mother Went in search of her son,--at first in front of the dwelling On the be...Rate it:

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Hiawatha And The Pearl-Feather
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
On the shores of Gitche Gumee, Of the shining Big-Sea-Water, Stood Nokomis, the old woman, Pointing with her finger westward, O'er the water p...Rate it:

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