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Nikhil Parekh
Black. A Color which surreptitiously tingles even the most obliviously dormant crannies of your soul; to realms beyond the wisps of eternal eternit...Rate it:

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Nikhil Parekh
Black for the blind is the most unassailable form of survival; a color which epitomizes even the most infinitesimal aspect of their lives to the mo...Rate it:

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Blood Guilt
Georg Trakl
Night threatens at the bed of our kisses. Somewhere a whisper: who absolves your guilt? Still trembling from the sweetness of nefarious lust We ...Rate it:

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Arthur Henry Adams
A LONE rose in a garden burned—a quivering flame, But yesterday blindly from out the bud it came; And now an envious wind with itching fingers ...Rate it:

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Blue Evening
Rupert Brooke
My restless blood now lies a-quiver, Knowing that always, exquisitely, This April twilight on the river Stirs anguish in the heart of me. For th...Rate it:

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Book Of Suleika - Suleika 03
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
ZEPHYR, for thy humid wing, Oh, how much I envy thee! Thou to him canst tidings bring How our parting saddens me! In my breast, a yearning still...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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Alan Seeger
Broceliande! in the perilous beauty of silence and menacing shade, Thou art set on the shores of the sea down the haze of horizons untravelled, u...Rate it:

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Broken Song
Rabindranath Tagore
Kasinath the new young singer fills the hall with sound: The seven notes dance in his throat like seven tame birds. His voice is a sharp sword slic...Rate it:

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Brunton Stephens
James Brunton Stephens
Dedicated by special permission to Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Victoria. We cried, “How long!” We sighed, “Not yet;” And still with faces dawn...Rate it:

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Burning Drift-Wood
John Greenleaf Whittier
Before my drift-wood fire I sit, And see, with every waif I burn, Old dreams and fancies coloring it, And folly's unlaid ghosts return. O ship...Rate it:

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By and By
Anonymous Americas
Was the parting very bitter? Was the hand clasped very tight? Is a storm of tear-drops falling From a face all sad and white? Think not of it, in t...Rate it:

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By the Camp Fire
Ada Cambridge
Ah, 'twas but now I saw the sun flush pink on yonder placid tide; The purple hill-tops, one by one, were strangely lit and glorified; And yet how s...Rate it:

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Calgary of the plains
Emily Pauline Johnson
Not of the seething cities with their swarming human hives, Their fetid airs, their reeking streets, their dwarfed and poisoned lives, Not of the...Rate it:

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Calm was the even, and clear was the sky
John Dryden
Calm was the even, and clear was the sky, And the new budding flowers did spring, When all alone went Amyntas and I To hear the sweet ...Rate it:

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Campus Sonnets: Before An Examination
Stephen Vincent Benet
The little letters dance across the page, Flaunt and retire, and trick the tired eyes; Sick of the strain, the glaring light, I rise Yawning and...Rate it:

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Carolan's Prophecy
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
A sound of music, from amidst the hills, Came suddenly, and died; a fitful sound Of mirth, soon lost in wail.–Again it rose, And sank in mournful...Rate it:

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Catharina : The Second Part. On Her Marriage To George Courtenay, Esq.
William Cowper
Believe it or not, as you choose, The doctrine is certainly true, That the future is known to the Muse, And poets are oracles too. I did but expres...Rate it:

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Chapter 9 - The Seven Selves
Khalil Gibran
In the stillest hour of the night, as I lay half asleep, my seven selves sat together and thus conversed in whisper: First Self: Here, in this mad...Rate it:

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William Henry Davies
She walks as lightly as the fly Skates on the water in July. To hear her moving petticoat For me is music's highest note. Stones are not heard,...Rate it:

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Chi È?
Alfred Austin
When for a buonamano Cometh, at break of day, Knock at the terzo piano, A little voice answers, Chi è? ``I, the facchino, awaiting The bounty of ca...Rate it:

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Childhood Memory
Georg Trakl
The sun shines alone in the afternoon, And quietly the tone of the honey-bees wavers off. In the garden the sisters' voices whisper - There the ...Rate it:

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Come to me, O ye children! For I hear you at your play, And the questions that perplexed me Have vanished quite away. Ye open the easter...Rate it:

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Innokenty Fedorovich Annensky
Has time come? I’m fully ready. If we’ve sinned – there’s no a chance… We – to prisons, they – to gladness… Give to children – sun and grass! When...Rate it:

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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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