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A Tribute to Mr Murphy and the Blue Ribbon Army
William Topaz McGonagall
All hail to Mr Murphy, he is a hero brave, That has crossed the mighty Atlantic wave, For what purpose let me pause and think- I answer, to warn th...Rate it:

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A Twig Alighted
Hayyim Nahman Bialik
A twig alighted on a fence and dozed; So do I sleep. The fruit fell and what have I to do with my trunk, What with my branch? The fruit fell, the f...Rate it:

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A Virginal
Ezra Pound
No, no! Go from me. I have left her lately. I will not spoil my sheath with lesser brightness, For my surrounding air hath a new lightness; Slight ...Rate it:

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A Vision Of Resurrection
Ambrose Bierce
I had a dream. The habitable earth Its continents and islands, all were bare Of cities and of forests. Naught remained Of its old aspect, and I onl...Rate it:

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A Vision of Youth
Victor James Daley
A horseman on a hilltop green Drew rein, and wound his horn; So bright he looked he might have been The Herald of the Morn. His steed was o...Rate it:

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A Vision Out West
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Far reaching down's a solid sea sunk everlastingly to rest, And yet whose billows seem to be for ever heaving toward the west The tiny fieldmice ...Rate it:

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A Visit From Wisdom
Khalil Gibran
In the stillness of night Wisdom came and stood By my bed. She gazed upon me like a tender mother And wiped away my tears, and said : 'I have heard...Rate it:

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A Voice From The Factories
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
WHEN fallen man from Paradise was driven, Forth to a world of labour, death, and care; Still, of his native Eden, bounteous Heaven Resolved one ...Rate it:

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A Walk In The Shrubbery
Charlotte Smith
To the Cistus or Rock Rose, a beautiful plant, whose flowers expand, and fall off twice in twenty-four hours. THE Florists, who have fondly watch'...Rate it:

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A Wanderer
Siegfried Sassoon
When Watkin shifts the burden of his cares And all that irked him in his bound employ, Once more become a vagrom-hearted boy, He moves to rounde...Rate it:

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A Whirl-Blast from Behind The Hill
William Wordsworth
A Whirl-Blast from behind the hill Rushed o'er the wood with startling sound; Then--all at once the air was still, And showers of hailstones pat...Rate it:

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A Winter Piece
William Cullen Bryant
The time has been that these wild solitudes, Yet beautiful as wild, were trod by me Oftener than now; and when the ills of life Had chafed my spiri...Rate it:

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A Wintry Picture
Alfred Austin
Now where the bare sky spans the landscape bare, Up long brown fallows creeps the slow brown team, Scattering the seed-corn that must sleep and dre...Rate it:

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A Woman's Way
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Women is strange. You take my tip; I'm wise. I know enough to know I'll never know The 'uman female mind, or wot su'prise They 'as in store to bri...Rate it:

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A World For Love
John Clare
Oh, the world is all too rude for thee, with much ado and care; Oh, this world is but a rude world, and hurts a thing so fair; Was there a nook in ...Rate it:

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A Worm Will Turn
William Schwenck Gilbert
I love a man who'll smile and joke When with misfortune crowned; Who'll pun beneath a pauper's yoke, And as he breaks his daily toke, Conundrums ga...Rate it:

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A Year
John Boyle O'Reilly
IN the Spring we see: Then the buds are dear to us—immature bosoms like lilies swell. In the Summer we live: When bright eyes are near to us, oh,...Rate it:

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Victor James Daley
WHEN the sap runs up the tree. And the vine runs o’er the wall, When the blossom draws the bee, From the forest comes a call, Wild, and clear...Rate it:

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A-Shelling Peas
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
Now, all the world is green and bright Outside the latticed pane; The fields are decked with gold and white, And Spring has come again. But...Rate it:

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Abba Thule's Lament For His Son Prince Le Boo
William Lisle Bowles
I climb the highest cliff; I hear the sound Of dashing waves; I gaze intent around; I mark the gray cope, and the hollowness Of heaven, and the gre...Rate it:

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Abraham Davenport
John Greenleaf Whittier
In the old days (a custom laid aside With breeches and cocked hats) the people sent Their wisest men to make the public laws. And so, from a brown ...Rate it:

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Abundant Harvest
James McIntyre
The following was composed and read at a gathering in the new Parsonage, Salford, in the fall, 1883. The farmers are in cheerful mood, For harves...Rate it:

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Account of a Visit From ST. Nicholas
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
'Twas the night before Christmas, when all thro' the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney w...Rate it:

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Address Delivered At The Opening Of The New Theatre At Richmond
Henry Timrod
A Prize Poem A fairy ring Drawn in the crimson of a battle-plain -- From whose weird circle every loathsome thing And sight and sound of pain Are ...Rate it:

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Address To Fancy
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
OH, queen of dreams! 'tis now the hour, Thy fav'rite hour of silence and of sleep; Come, bring thy wand, whose magic pow'r, Can wake the troubled ...Rate it:

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