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Aloof
Christina Georgina Rossetti
THE irresponsive silence of the land, The irresponsive sounding of the sea, Speak both one message of one sense to me:-- Aloof, aloof, we ...Rate it:

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'Shouting' For A Camel
Andrew Barton Paterson
It was over at Coolgardie that a mining speculator, Who was going down the township just to make a bit o' chink, Went off to hire a camel from a ca...Rate it:

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5 Newest Pieces By Mario Vitale & Bio
Mario William Vitale
Bio Of Mario William Vitale The language and images of Mario Vitale's poetry are so closely bound to the natural cycles of seasons, of generations...Rate it:

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A Bird’s-Eye View
Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Croak, croak, croak,' Thus the Raven spoke, Perched on his crooked tree As hoarse as hoarse could be. Shun him and fear him, Lest the Bridegroom h...Rate it:

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A Boy's Trials
Jean Blewett
When I was but a little lad One thing I could not bear, It was to stand at mother's knee And have her comb my hair. They didn't keep boys' hair as...Rate it:

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A Day In The Castle Of Envy
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
The castle walls are full of eyes, And not a mouse may creep unseen. All the window slits are spies; And the towers stand sentinel High above the g...Rate it:

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A Digger's Tale
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'My oath!' the Duchess sez. 'You'd not ixpect Sich things as that. Yeh don't mean kangaroos? Go hon!' she sez, or words to that effect -- (It...Rate it:

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A Forest Hymn
William Cullen Bryant
The groves were God's first temples. Ere man learned To hew the shaft, and lay the architrave, And spread the roof above them,---ere he framed T...Rate it:

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A Letter From Italy
Alfred Austin
I Lately, when we wished good-bye Underneath a gloomy sky, ``Bear,'' you said, ``my love in mind, Leaving me not quite behind; And across the mount...Rate it:

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A Man Perishing in the Snow: From Whence Reflections are Raised on the Miseries of Life.
James Thomson
As thus the snows arise; and foul and fierce, All winter drives along the darken'd air; In his own loose-revolving fields, the swain Disaster'd st...Rate it:

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A Postscript unto the Reader
Michael Wigglesworth
And now good Reader, I return again To talk with thee, who hast been at the pain To read throughout, and heed what went before; And unto thee I'le ...Rate it:

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A Summer Pastoral
Paul Laurence Dunbar
It's hot to-day. The bees is buzzin' Kinder don't-keer-like aroun' An' fur off the warm air dances O'er the parchin' roofs in town. In the brook th...Rate it:

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A Tiny Grain of Sanf
A Tiny Grain of Sand
A Tiny Grain of Sand   Look at me, look at me, look at me                A tiny grain of sand on a beach without a sea       Surrounded by millions...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 Walk at Sunset
William Cullen Bryant
When insect wings are glistening in the beam Of the low sun, and mountain-tops are bright, Oh, let me, by the crystal valley-stream, Wander amid th...Rate it:

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A Wedding March
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Clash your cymbals, maids, to--day. Chaunt the praise of Cynthia. You, her virgins, yokeless, free, Young Time's choice, his brides--to--be. Nymphs...Rate it:

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A Woman's Mood
Jenning Carmichael
I THINK to-night I could bear it all, Even the arrow that cleft the core,— Could I wait again for your swift footfall, And your sunny face co...Rate it:

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A Woman's Mood
Arthur Bayldon
I think to-night I could bear it all, Even the arrow that cleft the core, -- Could I wait again for your swift footfall, And your sunny fa...Rate it:

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After All
Henry Lawson
The brooding ghosts of Australian night have gone from the bush and town; My spirit revives in the morning breeze, though it died when the sun...Rate it:

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After Reading Trollope's History Of Florence
Eugene Field
My books are on their shelves again And clouds lie low with mist and rain. Afar the Arno murmurs low The tale of fields of melting snow. List to th...Rate it:

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All That Love Asks
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
All that I ask, 'says Love, 'is just to stand And gaze, unchided, deep in thy dear eyes; For in their depths lies largest Paradise. ...Rate it:

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An Alpine Picture
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Stand here and look, and softly draw your breath Lest the dread avalanche come crashing down! How many leagues away is yonder town Set flower-wi...Rate it:

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An Epistle to Mr. Southerne
Elijah Fenton
Bold is the Muse to leave her humble Cell, And sing to thee, who know'st to sing so well: Thee! who to Britain still preserv'st the Crown, And mak'...Rate it:

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An Ode - In Imitation of Horace, Book III. Ode II.
Matthew Prior
How long, deluded Albion, wilt thou lie In the lethargic sleep, the sad repose By which thy close thy constant enemy Has softly lull'd thee to thy ...Rate it:

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Annie Of Tharaw. (From The Low German Of Simon Dach)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Annie of Tharaw, my true love of old, She is my life, and my goods, and my gold. Annie of Tharaw, her heart once again To me has surrendered in...Rate it:

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