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Now List To My Morning's Romanza
Walt Whitman
NOW list to my morning's romanza--I tell the signs of the Answerer; To the cities and farms I sing, as they spread in the sunshine before ...Rate it:

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Alfred Lord Tennyson
Strong Son of God, immortal Love, Whom we, that have not seen thy face, By faith, and faith alone, embrace, Believing where we cannot prove; Th...Rate it:

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Old Town Types No. 7
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Well I remember him - Big Jack Herrington; Big Jack, the lumper, tanned and honest-eyed, The clean, straight limbs of him, The strength in those li...Rate it:

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On A Sea Wall
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I sit upon the old sea wall, And watch the shimmering sea, Where soft and white the moonbeams fall, Till, in a fantasy, Some pure white maiden's fu...Rate it:

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On Delia (Bid Adieu, My Sad Heart)
William Cowper
Bid adieu, my sad heart, bid adieu to thy peace! Thy pleasure is past, and thy sorrows increase; See the shadows of evening how far they extend, An...Rate it:

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Opening the Bird Cage
Jesus Penaranda
All my thoughts are buried in your heart. The message can only be heard in the silence that exsist only between each heart beat. To know this love ...Rate it:

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Paulo Purganti And His Wife: An Honest, But A Simple Pair
Matthew Prior
Beyond the fix'd and settl'd Rules Of Vice and Virtue in the Schools, Beyond the Letter of the Law, Which keeps our Men and Maids in Awe, The bette...Rate it:

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Pioneers! O Pioneers!
Walt Whitman
COME, my tan-faced children, Follow well in order, get your weapons ready; Have you your pistols? have you your sharp edged axes? ...Rate it:

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Queen Matilda
Marriott Edgar
Henry the first, surnamed " Beauclare," Lost his only son William at sea, So when Henry died it were hard to decide Who his heir and successor sh...Rate it:

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Radio Man
Mario William Vitale
Back in the Summer of eighty five thank God I was still alive music was filling the streets as I chilled by the strip here's the trip many girls we...Rate it:

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Rain Music
Joseph Seamon Cotter
On the dusty earth-drum Beats the falling rain; Now a whispered murmur, Now a louder strain. Slender, silvery drumsticks, On an ancient drum,...Rate it:

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Rap It Up I'll Take It
Mario William Vitale
It's a new thing, makes you wanna swing While us MC's rap, doin' our thing It's not singin' like it used to be No, it'...Rate it:

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Regardin' Terry Hut
James Whitcomb Riley
Sence I tuk holt o' Gibbses' Churn And be'n a-handlin' the concern, I've travelled round the grand old State Of Indiany, lots, o' late--! I've canv...Rate it:

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Lola Ridge
Come forth, you workers! Let the fires go cold— Let the iron spill out, out of the troughs— Let the iron run wild Like a red bramble on the...Rate it:

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Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
IN SEVEN PARTS Facile credo, plures esse Naturas invisibiles quam visibiles in rerum universitate. Sed horum omnium familiam quis nobis enarrabit ...Rate it:

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Algernon Charles Swinburne
Inside this northern summer's fold The fields are full of naked gold, Broadcast from heaven on lands it loves; The green veiled air is full of dove...Rate it:

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Song of the Wheat
Andrew Barton Paterson
We have sung the song of the droving days, Of the march of the travelling sheep; By silent stages and lonely ways Thin, white battalions creep...Rate it:

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Songs for the Soldiers
Isabella Valancy Crawford
IF songs be sung let minstrels strike their harps To large and joyous strains, all thunder-winged To beat along vast shores. Ay, let their notes Wi...Rate it:

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Sonnet XXXII
Edmund Spenser
The paynefull smith with force of feruent heat, the hardest yron soone doth mollify: that with his heauy sledge he can it beat, and fashion to what...Rate it:

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Speak Roughly to Your Little Boy
Lewis Carroll
And with that she began nursing her child again, singing a sort of lullaby to it as she did so, and giving it a vio­ lent shake at the end of ever...Rate it:

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Spirit Whose Work Is Done
Walt Whitman
SPIRIT whose work is done! spirit of dreadful hours! Ere, departing, fade from my eyes your forests of bayonets; Spirit of gloomiest fear...Rate it:

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Still Falls the Rain
Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
Still falls the Rain--- Dark as the world of man, black as our loss--- Blind as the nineteen hundred and forty nails Upon the Cross. Still falls t...Rate it:

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Archibald Lampman
Out of the gray northwest, where many a day gone by Ye tugged and howled in your tempestuous grot, And evermore the huge frost giants lie,...Rate it:

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Stravinsky's Three Pieces
Amy Lowell
First Movement Thin-voiced, nasal pipes Drawing sound out and out Until it is a screeching thread, Sharp and cutting, sharp and cutting, It hurts....Rate it:

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Summer Gone
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
SMALL wren, mute pecking at the last red plum Or twittering idly at the yellowing boughs Fruit-emptied, over thy forsaken house,-- Birdie, that ...Rate it:

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