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Ballade Of Cleopatra's Needle
Andrew Lang
Ye giant shades of RA and TUM, Ye ghosts of gods Egyptian, If murmurs of our planet come To exiles in the precincts wan Where, fetish or Olympian, ...Rate it:

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Ballade Of Worldly Wealth
Andrew Lang
Money taketh town and wall, Fort and ramp without a blow; Money moves the merchants all, While the tides shall ebb and flow; Money maketh Evil show...Rate it:

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Barthelemon At Vauxhall
Thomas Hardy
Francois Hippolite Barthelemon, first-fiddler at Vauxhall Gardens, composed what was probably the most popular morning hymn-tune ever written. It w...Rate it:

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Basket Dance
Amy Lowell
Dance! Dance! The priest is yellow with sunflower meal, He is yellow with corn-meal, He is yellow as the sun. Dance! Dance! His little bells...Rate it:

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Battery Moving Up to a New Position from Rest Camp:Dawn
Robert Nichols
Not a sign of life we rouse In any square close-shuttered house That flanks the road we amble down Toward far trenches through the town. The dark,...Rate it:

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Before The Paling Of The Stars
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Before the winter morn, Before the earliest cock crow, Jesus Christ was born: Born in a stable, Cradled in a manger, In the world his hands had mad...Rate it:

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Beg-Innish
John Millington Synge
Bring Kateen-beug and Maurya Jude To dance in Beg-Innish, And when the lads (they're in Dunquin) Have sold their crabs and fish, Wave fawny sha...Rate it:

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Ben apfelgarten
Eugene Field
There was a certain gentleman, Ben Apfelgarten called, Who lived way off in Germany a many years ago, And he was very fortunate in being very bald...Rate it:

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Benedictio Domini
Ernest Christopher Dowson
Without, the sullen noises of the street! The voice of London, inarticulate, Hoarse and blaspheming, surges in to meet The silent blessing of the I...Rate it:

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BÉranger's "broken fiddle"
Eugene Field
I There, there, poor dog, my faithful friend, Pay you no heed unto my sorrow: But feast to-day while yet you may,-- Who knows but we shall starv...Rate it:

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Bill's Prayer
Robert William Service
I never thought that Bill could say A proper prayer; 'Twas more in his hard-bitten way To cuss and swear; Yet came the night ...Rate it:

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Bowles And Campbell
George Gordon Lord Byron
To the tune of 'Why, how now, saucy jade?' Why, how now, saucy Tom? If you thus must ramble, I will publish some Remarks on Mister Campbell. ANS...Rate it:

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Boy And the Angel, The
Robert Browning
Morning, evening, noon and night, ``Praise God!; sang Theocrite. Then to his poor trade he turned, Whereby the daily meal was earned. Hard he lab...Rate it:

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Brings me hope
Shams al-Din Hafiz
WHAT drunkenness is this that brings me hope-- Who was the Cup-bearer, and whence the wine? That minstrel singing with full voice divine, What lay ...Rate it:

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Brown Of Ossawatomie
John Greenleaf Whittier
John Brown of Ossawatomie spake on his dying day: 'I will not have to shrive my soul a priest in Slavery's pay. But let some poor slave-mother whom...Rate it:

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Buddha at Kamakura
Rudyard Kipling
Oye who treated the Narrow Way By Tophet-flare to Judgment Day, Be gentle when "the heathen" pray To Buddha at Kamakura! To him the Way, the Law...Rate it:

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Calef In Boston, 1692
John Greenleaf Whittier
IN the solemn days of old, Two men met in Boston town, One a tradesman frank and bold, One a preacher of renown. Cried the last, in bitter tone: 'P...Rate it:

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Cassandra Southwick
John Greenleaf Whittier
To the God of all sure mercies let my blessing rise today, From the scoffer and the cruel He hath plucked the spoil away; Yes, he who cooled the fu...Rate it:

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Channing
John Greenleaf Whittier
Not vainly did old poets tell, Nor vainly did old genius paint God's great and crowning miracle, The hero and the saint! For even in a faithless d...Rate it:

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Chanson d'Après-midi (Afternoon Song)
Charles Baudelaire
Quoique tes sourcils méchants Te donnent un air étrange Qui n'est pas celui d'un ange, Sorcière aux yeux alléchants, Je t'adore, ô ma frivole, Ma ...Rate it:

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Charity
William Cowper
Fairest and foremost of the train that wait On man's most dignified and happiest state, Whether we name thee Charity or Love, Chief grace below, an...Rate it:

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Chase Henry
Edgar Lee Masters
In my life I was the town drunkard; When I died the priest denied me burial In holy ground. The which rebounded to my good fortune. For the Pro...Rate it:

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Christ's Nativity
Henry Vaughan
1 Awake, glad heart! get up and sing! 2 It is the birth-day of thy King. 3 Awake! awake! 4 The Sun doth shake 5 L...Rate it:

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Christmas
Sir Walter Scott
The glowing censers, and their rich perfume; The splendid vestments, and the sounding choir; The gentle sigh of soul-subduing piety; The alms which...Rate it:

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Christmas without Christ
John Henry Newman
HOW can I keep my Christmas feast In its due festive show, Reft of the sight of the High Priest From whom its glories flow? I hear the t...Rate it:

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