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Saxon War-Song
Sir Walter Scott
Whet the bright steel, Sons of the White Dragon! Kindle the torch, Daughter of Hengist! The steel glimmers not for the carving of the banquet, It i...Rate it:

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Siege Perilous
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Long warned of many terrors more severe To scorch him than hell’s engines could awaken, He scanned again, too far to be so near, The fearful sea...Rate it:

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The Christmas Beetle
Leon Gellert
When Christmas comes the Christmas heat'll bring once more the Christmas Beetle The first inflammatory breeze'll set him buzzing like a diesel. Hea...Rate it:

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The Christmas Beetle
Leon Gellert
When Christmas comes the Christmas heat'll bring once more the Christmas Beetle The first inflammatory breeze'll set him buzzing like a diesel. He...Rate it:

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The City (2)
Archibald Lampman
Canst thou not rest, O city, That liest so wide and fair; Shall never an hour bring pity, Nor end be found for care? Thy walls are high in heaven,...Rate it:

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The Death of Slavery
William Cullen Bryant
O THOU great Wrong, that, through the slow-paced years, Didst hold thy millions fettered, and didst wield The scourge that drove the laborer to the...Rate it:

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The Everlasting Return
Lola Ridge
It is dark… so dark, I remember the sun on Chios… It is still… so still, I hear the beat of our paddles on the Aegean… Ten times we had watched th...Rate it:

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The Fire Alarm
Thomas Cowherd
Fire-fire-fire! Nigher still and nigher Seem the tones of the 'Alarum bell' borne on the air! Awaking with a start, what a sinking of the heart Eve...Rate it:

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The Fire Bells Are Ringing
Henry Clay Work
One, two, three--hark, hark, boys! One, two, three, four! The fire-bells are ringing, this wild wintry night; They ask aid from District Thirty-fou...Rate it:

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The Gallery
Andrew Marvell
Clora come view my Soul, and tell Whether I have contriv'd it well. Now all its several lodgings lye Compos'd into one Gallery; And the great Arras...Rate it:

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The Landing
Padraic Colum
THE great ship lantern-girdled. The tender standing by; The waning stars cloud-shrouded, The land that we descry! That pale land is our homeland, ...Rate it:

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The Man Bitten By Fleas
Anne Kingsmill Finch
A Peevish Fellow laid his Head On Pillows, stuff'd with Down; But was no sooner warm in Bed, With hopes to rest his Crown, But Animals of sl...Rate it:

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The Midnight Train
Mario William Vitale
Did you ever hear the sound of birds in flight through the painted sky the silence of a fallen star lights up a purple sky in its vast current over...Rate it:

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The Night-Fire
Claude McKay
No engines shrieking rescue storm the night, And hose and hydrant cannot here avail; The flames laugh high and fling their challenging light, An...Rate it:

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The Ocean Liner
Harriet Monroe
They went down to the sea in ships, In ships they went down to the sea. In boats hewn of oak-tree strips, In galleys with skin-sewn sails, In t...Rate it:

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The Old Song
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
A livid sky on London And like the iron steeds that rear A shock of engines halted And I knew the end was near: And something said that far away, o...Rate it:

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The Railway Station
Archibald Lampman
The darkness brings no quiet here, the light No waking: ever on my blinded brain The flare of lights, the rush, and cry, and strain, The...Rate it:

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The Song Of Iron
Lola Ridge
I Not yet hast Thou sounded Thy clangorous music, Whose strings are under the mountains… Not yet hast Thou spoken The blooded, implacable Word… B...Rate it:

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The Song of The Little Baltung: A.D. 395
Charles Kingsley
A harper came over the Danube so wide, And he came into Alaric's hall, And he sang the song of the little Baltung To him and his heroes all. How t...Rate it:

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The Things
Conrad Potter Aiken
The house in Broad Street, red brick, with nine rooms the weedgrown graveyard with its rows of tombs the jail from which imprisoned faces grinned...Rate it:

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The Three-Decker
Rudyard Kipling
"~The three-volume novel is extinct.~" Full thirty foot she towered from waterline to rail. It cost a watch to steer her, and a week to short...Rate it:

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The Wet Litany
Rudyard Kipling
When the waters' countenance Blurs 'twixt glance and second glance; When our tattered smokes forerun Ashen 'neath a silvered sun; When the curtain ...Rate it:

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There's Another Blessed Horse Fell Down
Andrew Barton Paterson
When you're lying in your hammock, sleeping soft and sleeping sound, Without a care or trouble on your mind, And there's nothing to disturb you b...Rate it:

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To Belloc
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
For every tiny town or place God made the stars especially; Babies look up with owlish face And see them tangled in a tree; You saw a moon from Sus...Rate it:

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Two Capitals—1910
Harriet Monroe
Moscow White Moscow of the pearly towers, And golden domes for praise, And chiming hours! Red Moscow of the Kremlin walls, And bloody battle way...Rate it:

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