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America In 1904
Edgar Lee Masters
(Europe Conquers America.) Strong for the strong and in his own conceit; Half-boy, half-madman, playing with the fire; Usurper, hoodlum, wed to...Rate it:

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America the Beautiful
Katharine Lee Bates
O beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain, For purple mountain majesties Above the fruited plain! Am...Rate it:

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Among The Timothy
Archibald Lampman
Long hours ago, while yet the morn was blithe, Nor sharp athirst had drunk the beaded dew, A reaper came, and swung his cradled scythe Around this ...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto III
Arthur Hugh Clough
Yet to the wondrous St. Peter's, and yet to the solemn Rotunda, Mingling with heroes and gods, yet to the Vatican Walls, Yet may we go, and recli...Rate it:

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An Acre Of Grass
William Butler Yeats
PICTURE and book remain, An acre of green grass For air and exercise, Now strength of body goes; Midnight, an old house Where nothing stirs but a m...Rate it:

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An August Midnight
Thomas Hardy
I A shaded lamp and a waving blind, And the beat of a clock from a distant floor: On this scene enter--winged, horned, and spined - A longlegs...Rate it:

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An Australian Paean—1876
Marcus Clarke
The English air is fresh and fair, The Irish fields are green; The bright light gleams o’er Scotland’s streams, And glows her hills between. The ha...Rate it:

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An Australian Symphony
George Essex Evans
Not as the songs of other lands Her song shall be Where dim Her purple shore-line stands Above the sea! As erst she stood, she stands alo...Rate it:

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An Eastern Tale
David John Scott
Adressed To Mrs. S.C. Choate A Persian lady we're informed- This happened long, long years before The Christian era ever dawned, A thousand years,...Rate it:

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An Election Ballad
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
As I sate down to breakfast in state, At my living of Tithing-cum-Boring, With Betty beside me to wait, Came a rap that almost beat the door in....Rate it:

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An Elegy on Parting
James Thomson
It was a sad, ay 'twas a sad farewell, I still afresh the pangs of parting feel; Against my breast my heart impatient beat, And in deep sighs be...Rate it:

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An Essay on Man in Four Epistles: Epistle 1
Alexander Pope
To Henry St. John, Lord Bolingbroke Awake, my St. John! leave all meaner things To low ambition, and the pride of kings. Let us (sinc...Rate it:

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An Evening in Dandaloo
Andrew Barton Paterson
It was while we held our races -- Hurdles, sprints and steplechases -- Up in Dandaloo, That a crowd of Sydney stealers, Jockeys, pugilists and ...Rate it:

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An Evening Walk, Addressed to a Young Lady
William Wordsworth
The young Lady to whom this was addressed was my Sister. It was composed at school, and during my two first College vacations. There is not an im...Rate it:

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An Ode
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
I NOT with slow, funereal sound Come we to this sacred ground; Not with wailing fife and solemn muffled drum, Bringing a cypress wreath To lay, wit...Rate it:

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An Ode on the Piece
Helen Maria Williams
I. As wand'ring late on Albion's shore That chains the rude tempestuous deep, I heard the hollow surges roar And vainly beat her guardian steep; I ...Rate it:

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Anacreontick II
Thomas Parnell
When Spring came on with fresh Delight, To cheer the Soul, and charm the Sight, While easy Breezes, softer Rain, And warmer Suns salute the Plain; ...Rate it:

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Mathilde Blind
Like a great rock which looming o'er the deep Casts his eternal shadow on the strands, And veiled in cloud inexorably stands, While vaulting rou...Rate it:

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Francis William Lauderdale Adams
(To ——) HAD you lived when a tyrant King Strove to make all the slaves of one, With Nobles and with Churchmen you Had stood unflinching, pure and ...Rate it:

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Stephen Crane
ONCE I saw mountains angry, And ranged in battle-front. Against them stood a little man; Ay, he was no bigger than my finger. I laughed, and spoke ...Rate it:

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And If I Did, What Then?
George Gascoigne
1 'And if I did, what then? 2 Are you aggriev'd therefore? 3 The sea hath fish for every man, 4 And what would you have more?' 5...Rate it:

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Andrew Rykman’s Prayer
John Greenleaf Whittier
Andrew Rykman's dead and gone; You can see his leaning slate In the graveyard, and thereon Read his name and date. Trust is truer than our fears R...Rate it:

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William Watson
Seven moons, new moons, had eastward set their horns Averted from the sun; seven moons, old moons, Westward their sun-averted horns had set; Since ...Rate it:

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Another For The Briar-Rose
William Morris
O treacherous scent, O thorny sight, O tangle of world’s wrong and right, What art thou ’gainst my armour’s gleam But dusky cobwebs of a dream? Be...Rate it:

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Another Imitation Of Anacreon
La Fontaine
PRONE, on my couch I calmly slept Against my wont. A little child Awoke me as he gently crept And beat my door. A tempest wild Was raging-dark...Rate it:

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