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Adam Lindsay Gordon
Am I waking ? Was I sleeping ? Dearest, are you watching yet ? Traces on your cheeks of weeping Glitter, 'tis in vain you fret ; Drifting ever ! dr...Rate it:

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Rebecca
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
She looketh on the glittering scene With an unquiet eye; The shadow of the wakening heart Is passing darkly by. The heart that is a woma...Rate it:

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Richard Minutolo
La Fontaine
IN ev'ry age, at Naples, we are told, Intrigue and gallantry reign uncontrolled; With beauteous objects in abundance blessed. No country round so m...Rate it:

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Satire II:The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse
Sir Thomas Wyatt
MY mother's maids, when they did sew and spin, They sang sometime a song of the field mouse, That for because her livelood was but thin ...Rate it:

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Sumner
John Greenleaf Whittier
O Mother State! the winds of March Blew chill o'er Auburn's Field of God, Where, slow, beneath a leaden arch Of sky, thy mourning children trod. A...Rate it:

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The 9th Satire Of Book I. Of Horace : The Description Of An Impertinent. Adapted To The Present Times
William Cowper
Sauntering along the street one day, On trifles musing by the way, Up steps a free familiar wight; (I scarcely knew the man by sight.) 'Carlos (he ...Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter V: The Election
George Crabbe
YES, our Election's past, and we've been free, Somewhat as madmen without keepers be; And such desire of Freedom has been shown, That both the part...Rate it:

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The Canary In His Cage
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
SING away, ay, sing away, Merry little bird, Always gayest of the gay, Though a woodland roundelay You ne'er sung nor heard; Though your life ...Rate it:

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The Canon Of Aughrim
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
You ask me of English honour, whether your Nation is just? Justice for us is a word divine, a name we revere, Alas, no more than a name, a thing la...Rate it:

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The Church at Polignac
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
[Written during the imprisonment of Prince Polignac and his colleagues, after the French Revolution of 1830. Kneel down in yon chapel, but only ...Rate it:

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The Country Mouse and the Town Mouse
Sir Thomas Wyatt
My mother's maids, when they did sew and spin, They sang sometime a song of the field mouse, That for because her livelood was but thin Would nee...Rate it:

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The Door Of Humility
Alfred Austin
ENGLAND We lead the blind by voice and hand, And not by light they cannot see; We are not framed to understand The How and Why of such as He; But...Rate it:

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The Girl I Left Behind Me
Edward George Dyson
I said: “I leave my bit of land- In khaki they've entwined me, I go abroad to lend a hand.” Said she: “My love, I understand. I will be true, a...Rate it:

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The Girl I Left Behind Me
Henry Kendall
With sweet Regret — (the dearest thing that Yesterday has left us) — We often turn our homeless eyes to scenes whence Fate has reft us. Here sittin...Rate it:

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The Hind And The Panther, A Poem In Three Parts : Part II.
John Dryden
“Dame,” said the Panther, “times are mended well, Since late among the Philistines you fell. The toils were pitched, a spacious tract of ground ...Rate it:

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The Idiot Boy
Rudyard Kipling
Wordsworth He wandered down the moutain grade Beyond the speed assigned-- A youth whom Justice often stayed And generally fined. He went alone, ...Rate it:

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The Longest Day
William Wordsworth
Let us quit the leafy arbor, And the torrent murmuring by; For the sun is in his harbor, Weary of the open sky. Evening now unbinds the fetter...Rate it:

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The Old Man's Calendar
La Fontaine
OFT have I seen in wedlock with surprise, That most forgot from which true bliss would rise When marriage for a daughter is designed, The parents s...Rate it:

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The Portent
Rudyard Kipling
Horace, BK. V. Ode 20. Oh, late withdrawn from human-kind And following dreams we never knew! Varus, what dream has Fate assigned To trouble you? ...Rate it:

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The Prioress’s Tale [from Chaucer]
William Wordsworth
'Call up him who left half told The story of Cambuscan bold.' I 'O LORD, our Lord! how wondrously,' (quoth she) 'Thy name in this large world is ...Rate it:

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The Purple Thread
Katharine Lee Bates
'The priests distributed various coloured silken threads to weave for the veil of the sanctuary; and it fell to Mary's lot to weave purple.' —The B...Rate it:

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The Zenana - 8 Notes to Kishen Kower
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
* KISHEN KOWER.--The history of Kishen Kower is of a later period than, properly speaking, belongs to my story. I trust the anachronism will be it...Rate it:

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To The Beloved
Count Giacomo Leopardi
Beauty beloved, who hast my heart inspired, Seen from afar, or with thy face concealed, Save, when in visions of the night revealed, Or seen in day...Rate it:

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To The Memory Of The Right Honourable Lord Talbot, Late Chancellor Of Great Britain. Addressed To His Son.
James Thomson
While with the public, you, my Lord, lament A friend and father lost; permit the muse, The muse assigned of old a double theme, To praise the dead...Rate it:

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Walking Alone
missionwork2
As a Christian serving God at times you may need to walk alone others might not quite understand this road and journey is for you others might not ...Rate it:

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