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A Brisbane Reverie
James Brunton Stephens
As I sit beside my little study window, looking down From the heights of contemplation (attic front) upon the town (Attic front, per week — with bo...Rate it:

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A Brother In Need
Henrik Johan Ibsen
NOW, rallying once if ne'er again, With flag at half-mast flown, A people in dire need and strain Mans Tyra's bastion. Betrayed in danger's ho...Rate it:

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A Capital Ship
Charles Edward Carryl
A capital ship for an ocean trip Was the 'Walloping Window Blind' No wind that blew dismayed her crew Or troubled the captain's mind The man at the...Rate it:

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A Captive Throstle
Alfred Austin
Poor little mite with mottled breast, Half-fledged, and fallen from the nest, For whom this world hath just begun, Who want to fly, yet scarce can ...Rate it:

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A Carol
Rudyard Kipling
Our Lord Who did the Ox command To kneel to Judah's King, He binds His frost upon the land To ripen it for Spring -- To ripen it for Spring, good s...Rate it:

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A Carpet Of Life
Nikhil Parekh
I wore a brilliantly orange cloak of vibrant oranges; when I felt I was ardently surging forward; towards the fireballs of untamed exuberance, I ...Rate it:

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A Celebration
William Carlos Williams
A middle-northern March, now as always-- gusts from the South broken against cold winds-- but from under, as if a slow hand lifted a tide, it mo...Rate it:

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A Child For Freedom
Thomas C Henshaw
A child have I for the family tree A child have I sitting on my knee A child have I tall and straight A child have I to love and appreciate A chi...Rate it:

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A Child’s Song
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
WHEN the Child played in Galilee, He had no wine-clear maple leaves, No west winds singing of the sea Over the frosted sheaves; But with pale my...Rate it:

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A Chill
Christina Georgina Rossetti
What can lambkins do All the keen night through? Nestle by their woolly mother The careful ewe. What can nestlings do In the nightly dew? Sleep be...Rate it:

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A Chill From Within
Mario William Vitale
there's a certain path I like to take out of a forest by a tree after the new fallen snow exposed to the elements alone drifting through the sullen...Rate it:

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A Christmas Carol
Alfred Austin
Hark! In the air, around, above, The Angelic Music soars and swells, And, in the Garden that I love, I hear the sound of Christmas Bells. From ham...Rate it:

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A Christmas Colloquy
John Crowe Ransom
THE country farmer has his joys Of little city girls and boys When brother Thomas brings his brood Of motherless brats in Christmas mood To try our...Rate it:

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A Christmas Folksong
Paul Laurence Dunbar
DE win' is blowin' wahmah, An hit's blowin' f'om de bay; Dey's a so't o' mist a-risin' All erlong de meddah way; Dey ain't a hint o' frostin' On de...Rate it:

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A Christmas Tree
James McIntyre
To night the children meet with glee To view the fruits on Christmas Tree, And when its beauties we behold We're very sorry we are old. The childre...Rate it:

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A Company of Fiends
Joseph Mark Ippolito
A Company O’ Fiends Tae’ spy whit few hae’ spied Suffice tae’ spin this tale Wan white horse o’ hell, none much can tell Oan wing an’ surly sail ...Rate it:

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A Comrade
Augusta Davies Webster
'I AM Joy,' she said; but her voice was low, Too low for laughter; 'I am Love '; but her eyes lacked Love's quick glow, And the tear that springs...Rate it:

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A Country Pathway
James Whitcomb Riley
I come upon it suddenly, alone-- A little pathway winding in the weeds That fringe the roadside; and with dreams my own, I wander as it leads. Ful...Rate it:

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A Crowded Trolley-Car
Elinor Morton Wylie
The rain's cold grains are silver-gray Sharp as golden sands, A bell is clanging, people sway Hanging by their hands. Supple hands, or gnarled ...Rate it:

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A Cry to Arms
Henry Timrod
Ho! woodsmen of the mountain side! Ho! dwellers in the vales! Ho! ye who by the chafing tide Have roughened in the gales! Leave barn and byre, leav...Rate it:

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A Day At Tivoli - Prologue
John Kenyon
Fair blows the breeze—depart—depart— And tread with me th' Italian shore; And feed thy soul with glorious art; And drink again of classic lore. Nor...Rate it:

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A Day Dream
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
My eyes make pictures when they're shut:-- I see a fountain large and fair, A Willow and a ruined Hut, And thee, and me, and Mary there. O Mary! ma...Rate it:

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A Day In The Castle Of Envy
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
The castle walls are full of eyes, And not a mouse may creep unseen. All the window slits are spies; And the towers stand sentinel High above the g...Rate it:

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A Day Of Sunshine
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
It was such a lovely sunshine-day, The house and the yard couldn't hold me; I roved to the woods, on my back I lay, In cradle of fancy rolled me;...Rate it:

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A December Day
Robert Fuller Murray
Blue, blue is the sea to-day, Warmly the light Sleeps on St. Andrews Bay -- Blue, fringed with white. That's no December sky! Surely 'tis Jun...Rate it:

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