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The Rymor and I...
Joseph Mark Ippolito
The Rymor and I 1.Thomas the Rymor 2.I ...Rate it:

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The Winding Banks Of Erne
William Allingham
Adieu to Belashanny! where I was bred and born; Go where I may, I'll think of you, as sure as night and morn. The kindly spot, the friendly town, w...Rate it:

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To C. Lloyd, On His Proposing To Domesticate With The Author
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
A mount, not wearisome and bare and steep, But a green mountain variously up-piled Where o'er the jutting rocks soft mosses creep Or colored lichen...Rate it:

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A Song of Rain
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Because a little vagrant wind veered south from China Sea; Or else, because a sun-spot stirred; and yet again, maybe Because some idle god in play ...Rate it:

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A Poet's Home
Charles Harpur
HERE in this lonely rill-engirdled spot, The world forgetting, by the world forgot, With one vowed to me with beloved lips How sweet to draw, as hi...Rate it:

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A Summer Pilgrimage
John Greenleaf Whittier
To kneel before some saintly shrine, To breathe the health of airs divine, Or bathe where sacred rivers flow, The cowled and turbaned pilgrims go. ...Rate it:

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A Tale Of Starvation
Amy Lowell
There once was a man whom the gods didn't love, And a disagreeable man was he. He loathed his neighbours, and his neighbours hated him, And he curs...Rate it:

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Abram Morrison
John Greenleaf Whittier
'Midst the men and things which will Haunt an old man's memory still, Drollest, quaintest of them all, With a boy's laugh I recall Good old Abram M...Rate it:

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Adventurers
Lesbia Harford
This morning I got up before the sun Had seized the hill, And scrambled heart-hot, noisy, past each one In sleep laid still. There they lay hel...Rate it:

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Army Of Northern Virginia
Stephen Vincent Benet
Army of Northern Virginia, army of legend, Who were your captains that you could trust them so surely? Who were your battle-flags? Call the shapes...Rate it:

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Astrophel's Song Of Phyllida And Corydon
Nicholas Breton
Fair in a morn (O fairest morn!), Was never morn so fair, There shone a sun, though not the sun That shineth in the air. For the earth, and from th...Rate it:

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At End Of A Holiday
Roderic Quinn
'LEAVES and brambles from hill and hollow Come and gather!' the children cried; 'The sun goes down, and the night will follow, A moonless night on ...Rate it:

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Battle Passes
Edward George Dyson
A quaint old gabled cottage sleeps be- tween the raving hills. To right and left are livid strife, but on the deep, wide sills The purple pot-f...Rate it:

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Beautiful Comrie
William Topaz McGonagall
Ye lovers of the picturesque, away, away! To beautiful Comrie and have a holiday; Aud bask in the sunahine and inhale the fragrant air Emanating fr...Rate it:

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Book Fourth [Summer Vacation]
William Wordsworth
BRIGHT was the summer's noon when quickening steps Followed each other till a dreary moor Was crossed, a bare ridge clomb, upon whose top Standing ...Rate it:

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Breton Afternoon
Ernest Christopher Dowson
Here, where the breath of the scented-gorse floats through the sun-stained air, On a steep hill-side, on a grassy ledge, I have lain hours long and...Rate it:

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Cathloda — Duan III
James Macpherson
Ossian, after some general reflections, describes the situation of Fingal, and the position of the army of Lochlin. — The conversation of Starno an...Rate it:

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Chillingham
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
I Through the sunny garden The humming bees are still; The fir climbs the heather, The heather climbs the hill. The low clouds have riven A little...Rate it:

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Christmas Scene
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
To this green place the tourists troop, By twos, by threes, and group by group, Lads in bright blazers, girls in slacks, Hikers with rucksack on th...Rate it:

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Comala, A Dramatic Poem
James Macpherson
This poem. is valuable on account of the light it throws on the antiquity of Ossian's compositions. The Caracul mentioned here is the same with Car...Rate it:

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Cornish Lullaby
Eugene Field
Out on the mountain over the town, All night long, all night long, The trolls go up and the trolls go down, Bearing their packs and crooning a so...Rate it:

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Daffodil
William Allingham
Gold tassel upon March's bugle-horn, Whose blithe reveille blows from hill to hill And every valley rings--O Daffodil! What promise for the season ...Rate it:

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Donald MacGillavry
James Hogg
Donald's gane up the hill hard and hungry Donald comes down the hill wild and angry Donald will clear the gouk's nest cleverly Here's tae the king...Rate it:

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Fingal - Book I
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. Cuthullin (general of the Irish tribes, in the minority of Cormac, king of Ireland) sitting alone beneath a tree, at the gate of Tura, ...Rate it:

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Forgotten
Alan Alexander Milne
Lords of the Nursery Wait in a row, Five on the high wall, And four on the low; Big Kings and Little Kings, Brown Bears and Black, All of ...Rate it:

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