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Alciphron and Leucippe
Walter Savage Landor
An ancient chestnut’s blossoms threw Their heavy odour over two: Leucippe, it is said, was one; The other, then, was Alciphron. ‘Come, come! why sh...Rate it:

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Alison Gross
Andrew Lang
O Alison Gross, that lives in yon tow'r, The ugliest witch in the north countrie, She trysted me ae day up till her bow'r, And mony fair speeches s...Rate it:

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All Alone
Mary Darby Robinson
I. Ah! wherefore by the Church-yard side, Poor little LORN ONE, dost thou stray? Thy wavy locks but thinly hide The tears that dim thy blue-eye's...Rate it:

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All Hunger Quenched By Rain
Nikhil Parekh
Meteors shot from crystal clear sky mass, leaped down the galaxy at the onset of twilight, diffusing finally into fluorescent molecules of shiny ...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 A Piece
Roderic Quinn
ALL of a piece were the sunset light, The rose in the tree, and the golden girl; Beauty, the weaver, 'twas that wove them, Weaving deftly, as Beaut...Rate it:

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All Roads That Lead To God Are Good
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
All roads that lead to God are good. What matters it, your faith, or mine? Both centre at the goal divine Of love’s eternal Brotherhood. The ki...Rate it:

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All Saint's Day
John Keble
Why blow'st thou not, thou wintry wind, Now every leaf is brown and sere, And idly droops, to thee resigned, The fading chaplet of the ...Rate it:

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All That Was Needed
Nikhil Parekh
To fill in the crevices of fathomlessly barren sky; all that was needed was an unfathomable conglomerate of ravishingly crimson clouds, To fill ...Rate it:

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Almighty Spirit, Now Behold
James Montgomery
Almighty Spirit, now behold A world by sin destroyed: Creating Spirit, as of old, Move on the formless void, Move on the formless void. Give Thou ...Rate it:

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Almon Keefer
James Whitcomb Riley
Ah, Almon Keefer! what a boy you were, With your back-tilted hat and careless hair, And open, honest, fresh, fair face and eyes With their all-vary...Rate it:

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Almond Blossom
Edwin Arnold
Blossom of the almond trees, April's gift to April's bees, Birthday ornament of Spring, Flora's fairest daughterling; Coming when no flowerets dare...Rate it:

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Edmund Blunden
At Quincey's moat the squandering village ends, And there in the almshouse dwell the dearest friends Of all the village, two old dames that cling A...Rate it:

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Along The Field as We Came By
Alfred Edward Housman
ALONG the field as we came by A year ago, my love and I, The aspen over stile and stone Was talking to itself alone. ‘Oh who are these ...Rate it:

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George Meredith
I The sister Hours in circles linked, Daughters of men, of men the mates, Are gone on flow with the day that winked, With the night that spanned a...Rate it:

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Always Listening To The Tunes Of My Heart
Nikhil Parekh
It suddenly told me to lick the road with my tongue; when I was blissfully driving enchanted by the melody in the air and the surroundings, It or...Rate it:

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Alfred Noyes
The forest of Alzuna hides a pool. Beside that pool, a shadowy tree up-towers. High on that tree, a bough most beautiful Bends with the ...Rate it:

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Amarantha. A Pastorall
Richard Lovelace
Up with the jolly bird of light Who sounds his third retreat to night; Faire Amarantha from her bed Ashamed starts, and rises red As the carnation-...Rate it:

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Coventry Patmore
Whene'er mine eyes do my Amelia greet It is with such emotion As when, in childhood, turning a dim street, I first beheld the ocean. There, where ...Rate it:

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Amends to Nature
Arthur Symons
I have loved colours, and not flowers; Their motion, not the swallows wings; And wasted more than half my hours Without the comradeship of thing...Rate it:

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John Boyle O'Reilly
NOR War nor Peace, forever, old and young, But Strength my theme, whose song is yet unsung, The People's Strength, the deep alluring dream Of tr...Rate it:

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American Feuillage
Walt Whitman
AMERICA always! Always our own feuillage! Always Florida's green peninsula! Always the priceless delta of Louisiana! Always the ...Rate it:

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Among All Lovely Things My Love Had Been
William Wordsworth
AMONG all lovely things my Love had been; Had noted well the stars, all flowers that grew About her home; but she had never seen A glow-worm, never...Rate it:

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Among School Children
William Butler Yeats
I WALK through the long schoolroom questioning; A kind old nun in a white hood replies; The children learn to cipher and to sing, To study reading-...Rate it:

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Among the Hills
John Greenleaf Whittier
PRELUDE ALONG the roadside, like the flowers of gold That tawny Incas for their gardens wrought, Heavy with sunshine droops the golden-rod, And the...Rate it:

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