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man And god
Nikhil Parekh
Man pathetically stumbled on every step that he tread; taking Herculean loads of time to find his footing amidst the perilously slippery landscapes...Rate it:

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Many Faces
Jesus Penaranda
With in a crowed room, you scan the many faces. Then in an instant of a moment, the face that stops your heart beat. JPenarandaReflections©2015Rate it:

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Maran-Milan (Death-Wedding)
Rabindranath Tagore
Why do you speak so softly, Death, Death, Creep upon me, watch me so stealthily? This is not how a lover should behave. When evening flowers droop ...Rate it:

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March
Isabella Valancy Crawford
Shall Thor with his hammer Beat on the mountain, As on an anvil, A shackle and fetter? Shall the lame Vulcan Shout as he swingeth God-like his ham...Rate it:

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March: An Ode
Algernon Charles Swinburne
I Ere frost-flower and snow-blossom faded and fell, and the splendour of winter had passed out of sight, The ways of the woodlands were fairer an...Rate it:

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Marching Feet
Katharine Lee Bates
THESE August nights, hushed but for drowsy peep Of fledglings, tremble with a strange vibration, A sound too far for hearing, sullen, dire, Shaking...Rate it:

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Marcus Varro
Eugene Field
Marcus Varro went up and down The places where old books were sold; He ransacked all the shops in town For pictures new and pictures old. He gave t...Rate it:

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Margrave
Robinson Jeffers
On the small marble-paved platform On the turret on the head of the tower, Watching the night deepen. I feel the rock-edge of the continent Reel ea...Rate it:

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Marianne's Dream
Percy Bysshe Shelley
1. A pale Dream came to a Lady fair, And said, A boon, a boon, I pray! I know the secrets of the air, And things are lost in the glare of day, Whic...Rate it:

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Martha Washington
Sidney Lanier
Written for the "Martha Washington Court Journal". Down cold snow-stretches of our bitter time, When windy shams and the rain-mocking sleet Of Tr...Rate it:

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Marzo Pazzo
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Mad March, with the wind in his wings wide-spread, Leaps from heaven, and the deep dawn's arch Hails re-risen again from the dead Mad March. Sof...Rate it:

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May Morning
Stephen Vincent Benet
I lie stretched out upon the window-seat And doze, and read a page or two, and doze, And feel the air like water on me close, Great waves of sun...Rate it:

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Meditation under Stars
George Meredith
What links are ours with orbs that are So resolutely far: The solitary asks, and they Give radiance as from a shield: Still at the death of day, Th...Rate it:

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Meg's Curse
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
The sun rode high in a cloudless sky Of a perfect summer morn. She stood and gazed out into the street, And wondered why she was born. On the topmo...Rate it:

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Melampus
George Meredith
I With love exceeding a simple love of the things That glide in grasses and rubble of woody wreck; Or change their perch on a beat of quivering wi...Rate it:

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Melville and Coghill - The Place Of The Little Hand
Andrew Lang
DEAD, with their eyes to the foe, Dead, with the foe at their feet; Under the sky laid low Truly their slumber is sweet, Though the wind ...Rate it:

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Memorials Of A Tour In Scotland, 1803
William Wordsworth
Now we are tired of boisterous joy, Have romped enough, my little Boy! Jane hangs her head upon my breast, And you shall bring your stool and rest;...Rate it:

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Men and Women
James Kenneth Stephen
1. IN THE BACKS. As I was strolling lonely in the Backs, I met a woman whom I did not like. I did not like the way the woman walked: Loose-hippe...Rate it:

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Mendax
Ambrose Bierce
High Lord of Liars, Pickering, to thee Let meaner mortals bend the subject knee! Thine is mendacity's imperial crown, Alike by genius, action and r...Rate it:

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Mentana : First Anniversary
Algernon Charles Swinburne
At the time when the stars are grey, And the gold of the molten moon Fades, and the twilight is thinned, And the sun leaps up, and the wind, A li...Rate it:

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Merlin
John Le Gay Brereton
O Merlin, how the magic from your eyes Bids the world flame about your idle feet, And makes a marvel of the humming street, The watchful bush, the ...Rate it:

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Merlin I
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Thy trivial harp will never please Or fill my craving ear; Its chords should ring as blows the breeze, Free, peremptory, clear. No jingling serenad...Rate it:

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Merlin II
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The rhyme of the poet Modulates the king's affairs, Balance-loving nature Made all things in pairs. To every foot its antipode, Each color with its...Rate it:

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Merope
Henry Kendall
FAR in the ways of the hyaline wastes—in the face of the splendid Six of the sisters—the star-dowered sisters ineffably bright, Merope sitteth, the...Rate it:

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Metropolitan Nightmare
Stephen Vincent Benet
I rained quite a lot, that spring. You woke in the morning And saw the sky still clouded, the streets still wet, But nobody noticed so much, except...Rate it:

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