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Johannes Ronge
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Silesian shepherd, blesed be The sequel of that history That I have read with heart elate, Entwining it with my own fate; So dear to me the visions...Rate it:

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John Bede Polding
Henry Kendall
With reverent eyes and bowed, uncovered head, A son of sorrow kneels by fanes you knew; But cannot say the words that should be said To crowned and...Rate it:

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John Keats
George Gordon Lord Byron
Who killed John Keats? 'I,' says the Quarterly, So savage and Tartarly; ''Twas one of my feats.' Who shot the arrow? 'The poet-priest Milman ...Rate it:

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Jubilate Agno: Fragment A
Christopher Smart
Rejoice in God, O ye Tongues; give the glory to the Lord, and the Lamb. Nations, and languages, and every Creature, in which is the breath of Lif...Rate it:

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Julian Seeing Contempt
Constantine P. Cavafy
"Observing, then, that there is great contempt for the gods among us"—he says in his solemn way. Contempt. But what did he expect? Let him organize...Rate it:

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Keep A-Pluggin' Away
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I'VE a humble little motto That is homely, though it's true, — Keep a-pluggin' away. It's a thing when I've an object That I always try to do, — Ke...Rate it:

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Keep Me satisfied
Nikhil Parekh
If you starved me to unprecedented limits; then I would inadvertently attempt to pilfer morsels of food from my neighbor's plate, If you kept sco...Rate it:

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Charlotte Mary Mew
The town is old and very steep A place of bells and cloisters and grey towers, And black-clad people walking in their sleep— A nun, a prie...Rate it:

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L'Ancien Regime
James Thomson
Who has a thing to bring For a gift to our lord the king, Our king all kings above? A young girl brought him love; And he dowered her with sham...Rate it:

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LA PENALE (The Fine)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
Li preti, già sse sa, fanno la caccia A 'gni sorte de spece de quadrini. Mo er mi' curato ha messo du' carlini De murta a chi vò dì 'na parolacc...Rate it:

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Lamps burn in every house
Lamps burn in every house, O blind one! and you cannot see them. One day your eyes shall suddenly be opened, and you shall see: and the fetters o...Rate it:

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Last Sonnet
John Keats
BRIGHT Star, would I were steadfast as thou art-- Not in lone splendour hung aloft the night, And watching, with eternal lids apart, Like Nature...Rate it:

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Let’s elope (Rime Royal)
Leslie Alexis
We love each other, so why should we wait? Let us get it done - Love, we should elope. This evening, tomorrow, just pick a date. I’ve reasoned op...Rate it:

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Lines Composed In A Concert-Room
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Nor cold nor stern my soul! Yet I detest These scented rooms, where to a gaudy throug, Heaves the proud harlot her distended breast In intricacies ...Rate it:

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Lines From A Letter To A Young Clerical Friend
John Greenleaf Whittier
A STRENGTH Thy service cannot tire, A faith which doubt can never dim, A heart of love, a lip of fire, O Freedom's God! be Thou to him! Speak throu...Rate it:

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Lines To A Dragon Fly
Walter Savage Landor
Life (priest and poet say) is but a dream; I wish no happier one than to be laid Beneath some cool syringa's scented shade Or wavy willow, by the r...Rate it:

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Litany to the Holy Spirit
Robert Herrick
IN the hour of my distress, When temptations me oppress, And when I my sins confess, Sweet Spirit, comfort me! When I lie within my bed, S...Rate it:

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Lonely Burial
Stephen Vincent Benet
There were not many at that lonely place, Where two scourged hills met in a little plain. The wind cried loud in gusts, then low again. Three pi...Rate it:

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Lost Mr. Blake
William Schwenck Gilbert
Mr. Blake was a regular out-and-out hardened sinner, Who was quite out of the pale of Christianity, so to speak, He was in the habit of smoking a l...Rate it:

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Love And Beauty: III: To A Fair Woman, Unsatisfied With Woman's Work
Sydney Thompson Dobell
If Beauty is a name for visible Love, And Love for Beauty in the conscious soul, Which when commoving to its highest whole, Or making that whole pa...Rate it:

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Love And Loss
Madison Julius Cawein
Loss molds our lives in many ways, And fills our souls with guesses; Upon our hearts sad hands it lays Like some grave priest that blesses. Far be...Rate it:

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Love Song
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Once in the world’s first prime, When nothing lived or stirred, Nothing but new-born Time, Nor was there even a bird – The Silence spoke to a ...Rate it:

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Lowly Laureate
Robert William Service
O Sacred Muse, my lyre excuse! - My verse is vagrant singing; Rhyme I invoke for simple folk Of penny-wise upbringing: For Grannies grey to paste a...Rate it:

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Manuel Comninos
Constantine P. Cavafy
One dreary September day Emperor Manuel Komninos felt his death was near. The court astrologers -bribed, of course- went on babbling about how many...Rate it:

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Marmion: a Christmas Poem
Sir Walter Scott
Heap on more wood! the wind is chill; But let it whistle as it will, We'll keep our Christmas merry still. Each age has deem'd the new-born year Th...Rate it:

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