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A Father's Prayer
Edgar Albert Guest
Lord, make me tolerant and wise; Incline my ears to hear him through; Let him not stand with downcast eyes, Fearing to trust me and be true. Instru...Rate it:

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A Feel In The Chris'mas-Air
James Whitcomb Riley
They's a kind o' _feel_ in the air, to me. When the Chris'mas-times sets in. That's about as much of a mystery As ever I've run ag'in!-- Fer instun...Rate it:

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A Flight of Wild Ducks
Charles Harpur
Far up the River-hark! 'tls the loud shock Deadened by distance, of some Fowler's gun: And as into the stillness of the scene It wastes now with a ...Rate it:

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A Fly Caught In A Cobweb
Richard Lovelace
Small type of great ones, that do hum Within this whole world's narrow room, That with a busie hollow noise Catch at the people's vainer voice, And...Rate it:

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A Forecast
Archibald Lampman
What days await this woman, whose strange feet Breathe spells, whose presence makes men dream like wine, Tall, free and slender as the forest pine,...Rate it:

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A Fragment
Anne Brontë
'Maiden, thou wert thoughtless once Of beauty or of grace, Simple and homely in attire Careless of form and face. Then whence this change, ...Rate it:

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A Gallop from the Train
William Henry Ogilvie
Though I can't afford a hunter -more's the pity, I love a rousing gallop like the rest!- Every morning as I travel to the city I have five and fort...Rate it:

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A Grave
Edith Wharton
Though life should come With all its marshalled honours, trump and drum, To proffer you the captaincy of some Resounding exploit, that shall fill M...Rate it:

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A Grave By The Sea
George Essex Evans
No white cloud sails the lonely sky, Thro’ the gaunt trees no breezes sigh, Thro’ the lush grass no fall of feet; No song of bird in all the land, ...Rate it:

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A Hero
Robert William Service
Three times I had the lust to kill, To clutch a throat so young and fair, And squeeze with all my might until No breath of being lingered there. Th...Rate it:

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A ho! A ho! (song )
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
Act II Scene ii, lines 26-55 A ho! A ho! Love's horn doth blow, And he will out a-hawking go. His shafts are light as beauty's sighs, And bri...Rate it:

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A Humble Heroine
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas at the Seige of Matagarda, during the Peninsular War, That a Mrs Reston for courage outshone any man there by far; She was the wife of a Scot...Rate it:

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A Hymn
James Thomson
These, as they change, Almighty Father, these Are but the varied God. The rolling year Is full of thee. Forth in the pleasing Spring Thy beauty wal...Rate it:

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A Hymn for Noon
Thomas Parnell
The sun is swiftly mounted high; It glitters in the southern sky; Its beams with force and glory beat, And fruitful earth is fill'd with heat. ...Rate it:

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A Jacobite's Exile
Algernon Charles Swinburne
The weary day runs down and dies, The weary night wears through: And never an hour is fair wi' flower, And never a flower wi' dew. I would the day...Rate it:

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A King's Soliloquy [On the Night of His Funeral]
Thomas Hardy
From the slow march and muffled drum, And crowds distrest, And book and bell, at length I have come To my full rest. A ten years' rule beneath the...Rate it:

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A l'ambitieux et avare ennemi des bonnes lettres
Joachim du Bellay
Serf de Faveur, esclave d'Avarice, Tu n'eus jamais sur toi-même pouvoir, Et je me veux d'un tel maître pourvoir Que l'Esprit libre en plaisir se ...Rate it:

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A Lakota Mothers Prayer
Kurt Philip Behm
‘Wana Hin Gle’ the Lakota call me, ‘Wana Hin Gle’ my given name ‘He Who Happens Now,’ the drum beat has found me, reaching into this moment beyon...Rate it:

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A Legend Of Christ's Nativity
Duncan Campbell Scott
At Bethlehem upon the hill, The day was done, the night was nigh, The dusk was deep and had its will, The stars were very small and still, Like unb...Rate it:

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A Legend of Teignmouth
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
A STORY of the olden time, when hearts Wore truer faith than now—a carved stone Is in a little ancient church which stands Mid yonder trees, ’ti...Rate it:

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A Letter
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Dear Miss Lucy: I been t'inkin' dat I 'd write you long fo' dis, But dis writin' 's mighty tejous, an' you know jes' how it is. But I 's got a litt...Rate it:

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A Letter to the Front
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I 'ave written Mick a letter in reply to one uv 'is, Where 'e arsts 'ow things is goin' where the gums an' wattles is - So I tries to buck 'im up a...Rate it:

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A Litany
John Donne
I. THE FATHER. FATHER of Heaven, and Him, by whom It, and us for it, and all else for us, Thou madest, and govern'st ever, come And re-create...Rate it:

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A Liz Town Humorist
James Whitcomb Riley
Settin' round the stove, last night, Down at Wess's store, was me And Mart Strimples, Tunk, and White, And Doc Bills, and two er three Fellers o' t...Rate it:

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A London Fête
Coventry Patmore
All night fell hammers, shock on shock; With echoes Newgate's granite clang'd: The scaffold built, at eight o'clock They brought the man out to be ...Rate it:

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