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Vision Of Columbus - Book 6
Joel Barlow
Naval action of De Grasse and Graves. Capture of Cornwallis.. Thus view'd the sage. When, lo, in eastern skies, From glooms unfolding, Gallia's coa...Rate it:

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Walter Simmons
Edgar Lee Masters
My parents thought that I would be As great as Edison or greater: For as a boy I made balloons And wondrous kites and toys with clocks And little e...Rate it:

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Years Of The Modern
Walt Whitman
YEARS of the modern! years of the unperform'd! Your horizon rises--I see it parting away for more august dramas; I see not America only--...Rate it:

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Dixie's Land
Daniel Decatur Emmett
1 I wish I was in de land ob cotton, 2 Old times dar am not forgotten; 3 Look away! Look away! Look away! Dixie Land! 4 In Dixi...Rate it:

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Face To Face
Rabindranath Tagore
Day after day, O lord of my life, shall I stand before thee face to face. With folded hands, O lord of all worlds, shall I stand before thee fac...Rate it:

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Song of the Red War-Boat
Rudyard Kipling
Shove off from the wharf-edge! Steady! Watch for a smooth! Give way! If she feels the lop already She'll stand on her head in the bay. It's ebb...Rate it:

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The Brus Book 18
John Barbour
[Edward Bruce marches toward Dundalk; he debates whether to fight] Bot he that rest anoyit ay And wald in travaill be alway, A day forouth thar...Rate it:

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Saša Milivojev - PRIMORDIAL SIN
Saša Milivojev
East I exist I stand Frozen in a cursed temple A black crow in my hand Blood is trickling down the frescoes Grave suffering Saints are crying Walls...Rate it:

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A Valentine's Song
Robert Louis Stevenson
MOTLEY I count the only wear That suits, in this mixed world, the truly wise, Who boldly smile upon despair And shake their bells in Grandam Grundy...Rate it:

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How Salvator Won
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
The gate was thrown open, I rode out alone, More proud than a monarch who sits on a throne. I am but a jockey, yet shout upon shout Went up from th...Rate it:

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May Janet
Algernon Charles Swinburne
“STAND UP, stand up, thou May Janet, And go to the wars with me.” He’s drawn her by both hands With her face against the sea. “He that strews red ...Rate it:

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Madison Julius Cawein
An Ode to be read on the laying of the foundation stone of the new Oglethorpe University, January, 1915, at Atlanta, Georgia I AS when with oldtim...Rate it:

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Poetic Carousel Pt. II
Mario William Vitale
(6) Give Cadence To The Simple shake dreams from her hair my pretty one choose the day the way of the earth time is all we have through the durati...Rate it:

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Archibald Lampman
Now hath the summer reached her golden close, And, lost amid her corn-fields, bright of soul, Scarcely perceives from her divine repose How near, h...Rate it:

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Since the Cities are the Cities
Henry Lawson
FOOLS can parrot-cry the prophet when the proof is close at hand, And the blind can see the danger when the foe is in the land! Truth was never cyn...Rate it:

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The Assault Heroic
Robert Graves
Down in the mud I lay, Tired out by my long day Of five damned days and nights, Five sleepless days and nights,… Dream-snatched, and set me whe...Rate it:

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The Echo
Sir Henry Newbolt
Of A Ballad Sung By H. Plunket Greene To His Old School Twice three hundred boys were we, Long ago, long ago, Where the Downs look out to the Seve...Rate it:

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The Fallen Leaves
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. WE stand among the fallen leaves, Young children at our play, And laugh to see the yellow things Go rustling on their way: Right merrily we...Rate it:

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The Grammarians Funeral
Benjamin Tompson
Eight Parts of Speech this Day wear Mourning Gowns Declin'd Verbs, Pronouns, Participles, Nouns. And not declined, Adverbs and Conjunctions, In Lil...Rate it:

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The Native Born
Rudyard Kipling
We've drunk to the Queen -- God bless her! -- We've drunk to our mothers' land; We've drunk to our English brother, (But he does not understand); W...Rate it:

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The Sycamores
John Greenleaf Whittier
In the outskirts of the village On the river's winding shores Stand the Occidental plane-trees, Stand the ancient sycamores. One long century ...Rate it:

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Voice Of New England
John Greenleaf Whittier
UP the hillside, down the glen, Rouse the sleeping citizen; Summon out the might of men! Like a lion growling low, Like a night-storm rising slow, ...Rate it:

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Worthy The Name of Sir Knight
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I Sir Knight of the world's oldest order, Sir Knight of the Army of God, You have crossed the strange mystical border, The ground floor of truth y...Rate it:

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An Essay On The Different Stiles Of Poetry
Thomas Parnell
To Henry, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke. I hate the Vulgar with untuneful Mind, Hearts uninspir'd, and Senses unrefin'd. Hence ye Prophane, I raise t...Rate it:

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The Proof Of Worth
Edgar Albert Guest
Though victory's proof of the skill you possess, Defeat is the proof of your grit; A weakling can smile in his days of success, But at trouble's fi...Rate it:

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