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A Lover's Call XXVII
Khalil Gibran
Where are you, my beloved? Are you in that little Paradise, watering the flowers who look upon you As infants look upon the breast of their mothe...Rate it:

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A Man’s Wooing
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
YOU said, last night, you did not think In all the world of men Was one true lover--true alike In deed and word and pen;-- One knightly lover,...Rate it:

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A Marching Song
Algernon Charles Swinburne
We mix from many lands, We march for very far; In hearts and lips and hands Our staffs and weapons are; The light we walk in d...Rate it:

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A Minor Poet
Amy Levy
"What should such fellows as I do, Crawling between earth and heaven?" Here is the phial; here I turn the key Sharp in the lock. Click!--there's n...Rate it:

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A Minor Poet
Stephen Vincent Benet
I am a shell. From me you shall not hear The splendid tramplings of insistent drums, The orbed gold of the viol's voice that comes, Heavy with r...Rate it:

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A Mountain Spring
Henry Kendall
Peace hath an altar there. The sounding feet Of thunder and the wildering wings of rain Against fire-rifted summits flash and beat, And through ...Rate it:

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A Nameless Grave
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
'A soldier of the Union mustered out,' Is the inscription on an unknown grave At Newport News, beside the salt-sea wave, Nameless and dateless; sen...Rate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet II
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
How shall I ransom me? The world without, Where once I lived in vain expense and noise, Say, shall it welcome me in this last rout, Back to its bos...Rate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XIV
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
To--day there is no cloud upon thy face, Paris, fair city of romance and doom! Thy memories do not grieve thee, and no trace Lives of their tears f...Rate it:

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A Night of Storm
Archibald Lampman
Oh city, whom grey stormy hands have sown, With restless drift, scarce broken now of any, Out of the dark thy windows dim and many Gleam red across...Rate it:

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A Nocturne
George Essex Evans
Like weary sea-birds spent with flight And faltering, The slow hours beat across the night On leaden wing. The wild bird knows where rest...Rate it:

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A Pair Of Lovers In The Street
Arthur Henry Adams
A PAIR of lovers in the street! I dare not mock: with reverence meet My unforgetting heart I cheat. Ah, God, spare me—so soon again ...Rate it:

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A Passing Hail
James Whitcomb Riley
Let us rest ourselves a bit! Worry?-- wave your hand to it -- Kiss your finger-tips and smile It farewell a little while. Weary of the weary wa...Rate it:

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A Penitential Hymne
Henry King
Hearken O God unto a Wretches cryes Who low dejected at thy footstool lies. Let not the clamour of my heinous sin Drown my requests, which striv...Rate it:

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A Piccaninny
James Brunton Stephens
Lo by the “humpy” door a smockless Venus! Unblushing bronze, she shrinks not, having seen us, Though there is nought but short couch-grass between ...Rate it:

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A piteous plaint
Eugene Field
I cannot eat my porridge, I weary of my play; No longer can I sleep at night, No longer romp by day! Though forty pounds was once my weight, I'm...Rate it:

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A Plantation Melody
Paul Laurence Dunbar
De trees is bendin' in de sto'm, De rain done hid de mountain's fo'm, I 's 'lone an' in distress. But listen, dah 's a voice I hyeah, A-sayin' to m...Rate it:

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A Plantation Portrait
Paul Laurence Dunbar
HAIN'T you see my Mandy Lou, Is it true? Whaih you been f'om day to day, Whaih, I say? Dat you say you nevah seen Dis hyeah queen Walkin' roun' f'o...Rate it:

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A Poem A Day; Keeps The Doctor Away.
Nikhil Parekh
For the ravishingly undulating and fathomless oceans; a majestically gliding shark a day; keeps the doctor forever away, For the swelteringly imp...Rate it:

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A Poem Upon The Death Of O.C.
Andrew Marvell
That Providence which had so long the care Of Cromwell's head, and numbred ev'ry hair, Now in its self (the Glass where all appears) Had seen the p...Rate it:

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A Post-Cup Tale
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'ad the money in me 'and! Fair dinkum! Right there, by the stand. I tole me wife at breakfus' time, Straight out: 'Trivalve,' I sez 'is prime. Tr...Rate it:

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A Prayer For The King's Majesty
Edith Nesbit
22nd January, 1901. THE Queen is dead. God save the King, In this his hour of grief, When sorrow gathers memories in a sheaf To lay them on his sh...Rate it:

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A Prayer in Darkness
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
This much, O heaven—if I should brood or rave, Pity me not; but let the world be fed, Yea, in my madness if I strike me dead, Heed you t...Rate it:

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A Preface
Rudyard Kipling
To all to whom this little book may come-- Health for yourselves and those you hold most dear! Content abroad, and happiness at home, And--one gran...Rate it:

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A Preference
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Mastah drink his ol' Made'a, Missy drink huh sherry wine, Ovahseah lak his whiskey, But dat othah drink is mine, Des' 'lasses an' watah, 'lasses an...Rate it:

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