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After She Left Me
Nikhil Parekh
When she was with me; incorrigibly adhering to every element of my disastrously shivering countenance; I had taken her immaculately divine ears for...Rate it:

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Aftermath
Amy Lowell
I learnt to write to you in happier days, And every letter was a piece I chipped From off my heart, a fragment newly clipped From the mosaic of ...Rate it:

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Agatha The Princess
Mario William Vitale
she was on the throne far away from her home uniting hearts to ne fond heights carrying herself with a song Agatha the princess will lose their in...Rate it:

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All I Ended Up Doing
Nikhil Parekh
I went to the tree to get blessed with scrumptiously robust fruit; but after witnessing it already threadbarely barren to the ghastliest of limits;...Rate it:

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All Of Her.
Nikhil Parekh
What if I had to choose between the two of them; her ravishingly ecstatic eyelashes; or her vivaciously brazen hair; which timelessly blew towards ...Rate it:

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All That's Past
Walter de la Mare
Very old are the woods; And the buds that break Out of the brier's boughs, When March winds wake, So old with their beauty are-- Oh, no man kn...Rate it:

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Almost Over
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
YOU say I should not think upon her now: But then I have stood beside her listening, And watched her rose—breathed lips when she would sing: And...Rate it:

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Alone
James Joyce
The noon's greygolden meshes make All night a veil, The shorelamps in the sleeping lake Laburnum tendrils trail. The sly reeds whisper to the nig...Rate it:

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Alpine Holiday
Robert William Service
He took the grade in second - quite a climb, Dizzy and dangerous, yet how sublime! The road went up and up; it curved around The mountain and the g...Rate it:

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Altiora Peto
George Essex Evans
O for a vision of the perfect light To shame the splendour of the morning star! O for a breath from out the Infinite Where the great heart of Being...Rate it:

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Am I Unforgivingly Unjust?
Nikhil Parekh
Am I uncouthly unjust in asking the Omnipotently golden Sun; to grant me a just a single of its optimistic ray; that would brilliantly illuminate t...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto I
Arthur Hugh Clough
Over the great windy waters, and over the clear-crested summits, Unto the sun and the sky, and unto the perfecter earth, Come, let us go,--to a l...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto II
Arthur Hugh Clough
Is it illusion? or does there a spirit from perfecter ages, Here, even yet, amid loss, change, and corruption abide? Does there a spirit we know ...Rate it:

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An Address to Poetry
Helen Maria Williams
I. While envious crowds the summit view, Where Danger with Ambition strays; Or far, with anxious step, pursue Pale Av'rice, thro' his winding way...Rate it:

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An Afternoon In July
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
How hushed and still are earth and air, How languid ’neath the sun’s fierce ray— Drooping and faint—the flowrets fair, On this hot, sultry, summer ...Rate it:

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An April Fool
Alfred Austin
I sallied afield when the bud first swells, And the sun first slanteth hotly, And I came on a yokel in cap and bells, And a suit of saffron motley....Rate it:

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An Autograph
John Greenleaf Whittier
I write my name as one, On sands by waves o'errun Or winter's frosted pane, Traces a record vain. Oblivion's blankness claims Wiser and bette...Rate it:

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An Echo
Jonathan Swift
Never sleeping, still awake, Pleasing most when most I speak; The delight of old and young, Though I speak without a tongue. Nought but one thing c...Rate it:

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An Elegy on Parting
James Thomson
It was a sad, ay 'twas a sad farewell, I still afresh the pangs of parting feel; Against my breast my heart impatient beat, And in deep sighs be...Rate it:

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An Evening Guest
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
IF, in the silence of this lonely eve, With the street lamp pale flickering on the wall, An angel were to whisper me, 'Believe-- It shall be giv...Rate it:

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An Imperial Rescript
Rudyard Kipling
Now this is the tale of the Council the German Kaiser decreed, To ease the strong of their burden, to help the weak in their need, He sent a word t...Rate it:

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An Island Of Loose Sand
Nikhil Parekh
I buried myself deep into an island of loose sand; sprawled in abundance on the solitary street, Warm moisture clinging to mud; like the vise like...Rate it:

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An Old Song Re-sung
Padraic Colum
As I went down through Dublin city At the hour of twelve of the night, Who did I see but a Spanish lady Washing her feet by candle light. First she...Rate it:

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And love has changed to kindliness
Rupert Brooke
When love has changed to kindliness -- Oh, love, our hungry lips, that press So tight that Time's an old god's dream Nodding in heaven, and whisper...Rate it:

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Angelic Frolic
Mario William Vitale
Hope springs a new On a cloud in heaven Stand a heavenly angel With mere beauty of crystalized light Golden emblems encrusted their frame Swee...Rate it:

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