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The Angel In The House. Book II. Canto X.
Coventry Patmore
Preludes. I Frost in Harvest The lover who, across a gulf Of ceremony, views his Love, And dares not yet address herself, Pays worship to her sto...Rate it:

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The Ballad[e] Of Imitation
Henry Austin Dobson
If they hint, O Musician, the piece that you played Is nought but a copy of Chopin or Spohr; That the ballad you sing is but merely 'conveyed' Fro...Rate it:

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The Boat On The Serchio
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Our boat is asleep on Serchio's stream, Its sails are folded like thoughts in a dream, The helm sways idly, hither and thither; Dominic, the boatma...Rate it:

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The Boys And The Apple-Tree
Ann Taylor
As William and Thomas were walking one day, They came by a fine orchard's side: They would rather eat apples than spell, read, or play, And Thom...Rate it:

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The Castle In Austria
Clemens Maria Brentano
From 'The Boy's Wonderhorn' There lies a castle in Austria, Right goodly to behold, Walled tip with marble stones so fair, With silver and with re...Rate it:

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The cattle thief
Emily Pauline Johnson
They were coming across the prairie, they were galloping hard and fast; For the eyes of those desperate riders had sighted their man at la...Rate it:

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The Changeling ( From The Tent on the Beach )
John Greenleaf Whittier
FOR the fairest maid in Hampton They needed not to search, Who saw young Anna favor Come walking into church,-- Or bringing from the meadows, At s...Rate it:

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The Complaint Of a Forsaken Indian Woman
William Wordsworth
Before I see another day, Oh let my body die away! In sleep I heard the northern gleams; The stars, they were among my dreams; In rustling conflict...Rate it:

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The Crescent
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
The sun's boat is broken and drowned in the Nile But a piece is floating about on the water of the Nile The twilight's pure blood drips into the s...Rate it:

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The Curse Of The Charter-Breakers
John Greenleaf Whittier
IN Westminster's royal halls, Robed in their pontificals, England's ancient prelates stood For the people's right and good. Closed around the waiti...Rate it:

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The Fairy Changeling
Dora Sigerson Shorter
Brian O'Byrne of Omah town In his garden strode up and down; He pulled his beard, and he beat his breast; And this is his trouble and woe confessed...Rate it:

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The Fairy Queen Sleeping. By Stothard
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
She lay upon a bank, the favourite haunt Of the spring wind in its first sunshine hour, For the luxuriant strawberry blossoms spread Like a snow-sh...Rate it:

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The Farewell
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
LET mine eye the farewell say, That my lips can utter ne'er; Fain I'd be a man to-day, Yet 'tis hard, oh, hard to bear! Mournful in an hour like...Rate it:

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The First Chantey
Rudyard Kipling
Mine was the woman to me, darkling I found her; Haling her dumb from the camp, took her and bound her. Hot rose her tribe on our track ere I had pr...Rate it:

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The Four Winds
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"Honor be to Mudjekeewis!" Cried the warriors, cried the old men, When he came in triumph homeward With the sacred Belt of Wampum, From the reg...Rate it:

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The Goddess Of Love
Nikhil Parekh
You'll find her in the frothy waves of the ocean; which fall and rise ebulliently with the most minuscule draught of wind, You'll find her in the...Rate it:

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The Gundaroo Bullock
Andrew Barton Paterson
Oh, there's some that breeds the Devon that's as solid as a stone, And there's some that breeds the brindle which they call the "Goulburn Roan"; ...Rate it:

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The Hardest Thing For A Writer To Bear
Nikhil Parekh
The hardest thing for a mother to bear; was the sudden death of her new born and sweet infant, The hardest thing for a Businessman to bear; was t...Rate it:

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The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire (1571)
Jean Ingelow
The old mayor climbed the belfry tower, The ringers ran by two, by three; 'Pull, if ye never pulled before; Good ringers, pull your best,' quoth...Rate it:

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The Influence Of Lust
Leon Gellert
With padded feet from out his own dark den Comes smiling Lust, once fair and hard to please, But now long overworked with dabbling men, Who cry, 'W...Rate it:

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The Knife Edge Of Denial
Kurt Philip Behm
Does weaponizing a stolen truth give you the right to lie From this perverted use of power do others run and hide Is this how force is wiel...Rate it:

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The Life of Love XVI
Khalil Gibran
Spring Come, my beloved; let us walk amidst the knolls, For the snow is water, and Life is alive from its Slumber and is roaming the hills and v...Rate it:

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The London Lackpenny
John Lydgate
To London once my steps I bent, Where truth in no wise should be faint; To Westminster-ward I forthwith went, To a man of Law to make complaint. I ...Rate it:

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The Lover in Hell
Stephen Vincent Benet
Eternally the choking steam goes up From the black pools of seething oil. . . . How merry Those little devils are! They've stolen the pitchfork ...Rate it:

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The Madman - His Parables and Poems
Khalil Gibran
You ask me how I became a madman. It happened thus: One day, long before many gods were born, I woke from a deep sleep and found all my masks were ...Rate it:

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