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For I Exist II
Mario William Vitale
For I exist as a vapor only to appear for a little why then I am no more as a heart explodes with the notion of laughter to unfold I digress tapest...Rate it:

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In The Night
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Where art thou, thou lost face, Which, yet a little while, wert making mirth At these new years which seemed too sad to be? Where art thou fled whi...Rate it:

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Love Motives
Arthur Henry Adams
To You. SO you have come at last! And we nestle, each in each, As leans the pliant sea in the clean-curved limbs of her lover the beach; M...Rate it:

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Maoriland
Arthur Henry Adams
MAORILAND, my mother! Holds the earth so fair another? O, my land of the moa and Maori , Garlanded grand with your forests of kauri , ...Rate it:

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Marjory
Augusta Davies Webster
Spring Stornelli. THE RIVULET. OH clear smooth rivulet, creeping through our bridge With backward waves that cling around the shore, And is thy w...Rate it:

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Mountains
Henry Kendall
Rifted mountains, clad with forests, girded round by gleaming pines, Where the morning, like an angel, robed in golden splendour shines; Shimmering...Rate it:

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Over The Darkened City
Conrad Potter Aiken
Over the darkened city, the city of towers, The city of a thousand gates, Over the gleaming terraced roofs, the huddled towers, Over a somnolent wh...Rate it:

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Over The Parapet
Robert William Service
All day long when the shells sail over I stand at the sandbags and take my chance; But at night, at night I'm a reckless rover, And over th...Rate it:

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Parisina
George Gordon Lord Byron
It is the hour when from the boughs The nightingale's high note is heard; It is the hour when lovers' vows Seem sweet in every whisper'd word: ...Rate it:

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Pity of It, The
Katharine Lee Bates
I. In South Africa Over the lonesome African plain The stars look down, like eyes of the slain. A bumping ride across gullies and ruts, Now a ...Rate it:

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Quart Pot Creek
James Brunton Stephens
On an evening ramble lately, as I wandered on sedately, Linking curious fancies, modern, mediaeval, and antique— Suddenly the sun descended, and a ...Rate it:

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Réversibilité (Reversability)
Charles Baudelaire
Ange plein de gaieté, connaissez-vous l'angoisse, La honte, les remords, les sanglots, les ennuis, Et les vagues terreurs de ces affreuses nuits Qu...Rate it:

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She
Mario William Vitale
She so today I tip my hat to the proverbial aristocrat with big suit nothing could be finer then to be in her vagina in the morning languished ins...Rate it:

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Song by the Window Before Bed
Katherine Mansfield
Little Star, little Star, Come down quick. The Moon is a bogey-man; He'll eat you certain if he can. Little Star, little Star, Come down quick! Li...Rate it:

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Song in the Night
Georg Trakl
I Born from the shadow of a breath We wander in abandonment And are lost in the eternal, Like victims ignorant wherefore they are consecrated. ...Rate it:

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Staffa
John Keats
Not Aladdin magian Ever such a work began; Not the wizard of the Dee Ever such a dream could see; Not St. John, in Patmos' Isle, In the passio...Rate it:

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The Basset-Table : An Eclogue
Alexander Pope
Cardelia. Smilinda. Cardelia. The Basset-Table spread, the Tallier come; Why stays Smilinda in the Dressing-Room? Rise, pensive Nymph, the Talli...Rate it:

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The Cap And Bells; Or, The Jealousies: A Faery Tale -- Unfinished
John Keats
I. In midmost Ind, beside Hydaspes cool, There stood, or hover'd, tremulous in the air, A faery city 'neath the potent rule Of Emperor Elfinan; fam...Rate it:

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The Child and the Mariner
William Henry Davies
A dear old couple my grandparents were, And kind to all dumb things; they saw in Heaven The lamb that Jesus petted when a child; Their faith was...Rate it:

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The Dwellings Of Our Dead
Arthur Henry Adams
They lie unwatched, in waste and vacant places, In sombre bush or wind-swept tussock spaces, Where seldom human tread And never human trace i...Rate it:

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The Fairy's Promise
Edwin Arnold
Poet. Beautiful silver-winged spirits of good, That hide in the leaves of the loneliest wood; Green-kirtled fairies whom none may see But the soul ...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Complete
Conrad Potter Aiken
I. The sun goes down in a cold pale flare of light. The trees grow dark: the shadows lean to the east: And lights wink out through the windows, on...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 01: 06: Over the darkened city, the city of towers
Conrad Potter Aiken
Over the darkened city, the city of towers, The city of a thousand gates, Over the gleaming terraced roofs, the huddled towers, Over a somnolent wh...Rate it:

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The Men Who Made Australia
Henry Lawson
There'll be royal times in Sydney for the Cuff and Collar Push, There’ll be lots of dreary drivel and clap-trap From the men who own Australia, but...Rate it:

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The Nuptials Of Attila
George Meredith
I Flat as to an eagle's eye, Earth hung under Attila. Sign for carnage gave he none. In the peace of his disdain, Sun and rain, and rain and sun, ...Rate it:

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