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To a Pine Tree
Henrik Wergeland
Crowned, lofty scion of the pine Whence Gothic architect’s design Derived the grace and power For churches planned in noblest style, For Notre D...Rate it:

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Robert Herrick
Thou art to all lost love the best, The only true plant found, Wherewith young men and maids distrest And left of love, are crown'd. When once the...Rate it:

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Sydney Thompson Dobell
Oh water, water-water deep and still, In this hollow of the hill, Thou helenge well o'er which the long reeds lean, Here a stream and there a strea...Rate it:

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Hiawatha's Sailing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"Give me of your bark, O Birch-tree! Of your yellow bark, O Birch-tree! Growing by the rushing river, Tall and stately in the valley! I a ligh...Rate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha VII: Hiawatha's Sailing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
'Give me of your bark, O Birch-tree! Of your yellow bark, O Birch-tree! Growing by the rushing river, Tall and stately in the valley! I a light...Rate it:

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He Loves And He Rides Away
Sydney Thompson Dobell
'Twas in that island summer where They spin the morning gossamer, And weave the evening mist, That, underneath the hawthorn-tree, I loved my love, ...Rate it:

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Ælla, a Tragical Interlude (excerpt)
Thomas Chatterton
FYRSTE MYNSTRELLE... The boddynge flourettes bloshes atte the lyghte; The mees be sprenged wyth the yellowe hue; Ynn daiseyd mante...Rate it:

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Song from Aella
Thomas Chatterton
O SING unto my roundelay, O drop the briny tear with me; Dance no more at holyday, Like a running river be: My love is dead, Gone to his...Rate it:

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The Child-World
James Whitcomb Riley
A Child-World, yet a wondrous world no less, To those who knew its boundless happiness. A simple old frame house--eight rooms in all-- Set just one...Rate it:

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Ælla, A Tragical Interlude - Act III
Thomas Chatterton
SCENE I. BRISTOWE. BIRTHA. Gentle Egwina, do notte preche me joie; I cannotte joie ynne anie thynge botte weere . Oh! yatte aughte schulde oure sel...Rate it:

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Song of the Little White Girl
Katherine Mansfield
Cabbage tree, cabbage tree, what is the matter? Why are you shaking so? Why do you chatter? Because it is just a white baby you see, And it's the ...Rate it:

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The Four Angels
Rudyard Kipling
As Adam lay a-dreaming beneath the Apple Tree The Angel of the Earth came down, and offered Earth in fee; But Adam did not need it, Nor the plough ...Rate it:

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Arbor Amoris
François Villon
I have a tree, a graft of Love, That in my heart has taken root; Sad are the buds and blooms thereof, And bitter sorrow is its fruit; Yet, sinc...Rate it:

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The Fable of Dryope - Ovid's Metamorphoses Book 9, [v. 324-393]
Alexander Pope
She said, and for her lost Calanthis sighs, When the fair Consort of her son replies. 'Since you a servant's ravish'd form bemoan, And kindly sigh ...Rate it:

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The Quangle Wangle's Hat
Edward Lear
I. On the top of the Crumpetty Tree The Quangle Wangle sat, But his face you could not see, On account of his Beaver Hat. For hi...Rate it:

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Washington McNeely
Edgar Lee Masters
Rich, honored by my fellow citizens, The father of many children, born of a noble mother, All raised there In the great mansion-house, at the edge ...Rate it:

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A Villonaud: Ballad Of The Gibbet
Ezra Pound
SCENE: 'En ce bourdel ou tenons nostre estat.' It being remembered that there were six of us with Master Villon, when that expecting presently lo ...Rate it:

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A Wayward Rose
Dora Sigerson Shorter
Mischievous rose from the rose-tree swaying, Can I not bind thee nor hold thee? Can I not weave thee nor fold thee In with thy sisters to staying? ...Rate it:

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My Thanks,
John Greenleaf Whittier
ACCOMPANYING MANUSCRIPTS PRESENTED TO A FRIEND. 'T is said that in the Holy Land The angels of the place have blessed The pilgrim's bed of desert ...Rate it:

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Tapestry Trees
William Morris
Oak. I am the Roof-tree and the Keel; I bridge the seas for woe and weal. Fir. High o’er the lordly oak I stand, And drive him on from land to l...Rate it:

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The Description Of Tyburn
John Taylor
I Have heard sundry men oft times dispute Of trees, that in one year will twice bear fruit. But if a man note Tyburn, 'will appear, That that's ...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 02: 02: The Fulfilled Dream
Conrad Potter Aiken
More towers must yet be built—more towers destroyed— Great rocks hoisted in air; And he must seek his bread in high pale sunlight With gulls about ...Rate it:

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The Little Red Dog
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The Glugs still live in the land of Gosh, Under the rule of the great King Splosh. And they climb the trees in the Summer and Spring, Because it is...Rate it:

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The Song of the Oak
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The Druids waved their golden knives And danced around the Oak When they had sacrificed a man; But though the learned...Rate it:

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The Unhappy One
John Boyle O'Reilly
“HE is false to the heart!' she said, stern-lipped; 'he is all untruth; He promises fair as a tree in blossom, and then The fruit is rotten ere r...Rate it:

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