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Botany-Bay Flowers
Barron Field
GOD of this Planet! for the name best fits The purblind view, which men of this "dim spot" Can take of THEE, the GOD Of Suns and Spheres! What dese...Rate it:

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Childhood
Richard Aldington
I The bitterness. the misery, the wretchedness of childhood Put me out of love with God. I can't believe in God's goodness; I can believe In ...Rate it:

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Execution, The : A Sporting Anecdote Hon. Mr. Sucklethumbkin's Story
Richard Harris Barham
My Lord Tomnoddy got up one day; It was half after two, He had nothing to do, So his Lordship rang for his cabriolet. Tiger Tim Was clean of ...Rate it:

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Grey Wolves Grey
Henry Lawson
The Russian march is soft and slow, Through dust and heat, or slush and snow, When the Russian skies hang grey and low To the frontiers far where t...Rate it:

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Harvest Time
Charles Henry Souter
When the cranky German waggon, With its ten or fifteen bag on Comes a-jerkin’ and a-joltin’ down the dusty, limestone street, And the “Norther’s” b...Rate it:

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Haymaking
Edward Thomas
After night's thunder far away had rolled The fiery day had a kernel sweet of cold, And in the perfect blue the clouds uncurled, Like the first god...Rate it:

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No Buyers
Thomas Hardy
A Load of brushes and baskets and cradles and chairs Labours along the street in the rain: With it a man, a woman, a pony with whiteybrown hairs. -...Rate it:

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Old Spense
Isabella Valancy Crawford
You've seen his place, I reckon, friend? 'Twas rather kind ov tryin'. The way he made the dollars fly, Such gimcrack things a-buyin'-- He spent a b...Rate it:

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Rural Morning
John Clare
Soon as the twilight through the distant mist In silver hemmings skirts the purple east, Ere yet the sun unveils his smiles to view And dries the m...Rate it:

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Saltbush Bill's Gamecock
Andrew Barton Paterson
'Twas Saltbush Bill, with his travelling sheep, was making his way to town; He crossed them over the Hard Times Run, and he came to the Take 'Em D...Rate it:

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Song of the Old Bullock-Driver
Henry Lawson
Far back in the days when the blacks used to ramble In long single file ’neath the evergreen tree, The wool-teams in season came down from Coonambl...Rate it:

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The Battle of Bannockburn
William Topaz McGonagall
Sir Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn Beat the English in every wheel and turn, And made them fly in great dismay From off the field without delay. ...Rate it:

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The Cynotaph,
Richard Harris Barham
Poor Tray charmant! Poor Tray de mon Ami! -- Dog-bury, and Vergers. Oh! where shall I bury my poor dog Tray, Now his fleeting breath has pass'...Rate it:

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The Devil's Drive: An Unfinished Rhapsody
George Gordon Lord Byron
The Devil return'd to hell by two, And he stay'd at home till five; When he dined on some homicides done in ragoût, And a rebel or so in an Irish s...Rate it:

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The Four Zoas (excerpt)
William Blake
'What is the price of Experience? do men buy it for a song? Or wisdom for a dance in the street? No, it is bought with the price Of all that a man...Rate it:

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The Man Who Raised Charlestown
Henry Lawson
They were hanging men in Buckland who would not cheer King George – The parson from his pulpit and the blacksmith from his forge; They were hangi...Rate it:

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The Milch Kangaroo
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Which reminds me,' said O'Brien 'And 'tis not a word of lyin' Of a summertime way back in eighty-two, Whin a felly name of Brady An' his sister ...Rate it:

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The Shanty On The Rise
Henry Lawson
When the caravans of wool-teams climbed the ranges from the West, On a spur among the mountains stood `The Bullock-drivers' Rest'; It was built ...Rate it:

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The Shepherds Calendar - July
John Clare
Daughter of pastoral smells and sights And sultry days and dewy nights July resumes her yearly place Wi her milking maiden face Ruddy and tand yet ...Rate it:

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Trivia ; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London : Book III
John Gay
Of Walking the Streets by Night. O Trivia, goddess, leave these low abodes, And traverse o'er the wide ethereal roads, Celestial queen, put on thy...Rate it:

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Fingal - Book IV
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. The action of the poem being suspended by night, Ossian takes the opportunity to relate his own actions at the lake of Lego, and his co...Rate it:

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Lathmon
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. Lathmon, a British prince, taking advantage of Fingal's absence on an expedition to Ireland, made a descent on Morven, and advanced wit...Rate it:

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New Year Song
Edith Nesbit
WE climb the hill; the mist conceals That valley where we could not stay; Surely this hill's crest, gained, reveals The glory of the sunlit day....Rate it:

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The Fountain
John Greenleaf Whittier
Traveller! on thy journey toiling By the swift Powow, With the summer sunshine falling On thy heated brow, Listen, while all else is still, To the ...Rate it:

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The Horrors of Majuba
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas after the great Majuba fight: And the next morning, at daylight, Captain Macbean's men were ordered to headquarters camp, So immediately Capt...Rate it:

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