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Fairy Sketch
William Lisle Bowles
SCENE--NETLEY ABBEY. There was a morrice on the moonlight plain, And music echoed in the woody glade, For fay-like forms, as of Titania's train, U...Rate it:

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Frustration
Robert William Service
Gazing to gold seraph wing, With wistful wonder in my eyes, A blue-behinded ape, I swing Upon the palms of Paradise. A parakeet of gaudy hue Upon ...Rate it:

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Grant At Rest-- August 8, 1885
James Whitcomb Riley
Sir Launcelot rode overthwart and endlong in a wide forest, and held no path but as wild adventure led him... And he returned and came again to his...Rate it:

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Hannah
Thomas Parnell
Now Crowds more off, retiring trumpetts sound On Eccho's dying in their last rebound, The notes of fancy seem no longer strong, But sweetning close...Rate it:

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Harvest Song
Jean Toomer
I am a reaper whose muscles set at sundown. All my oats are cradled. But I am too chilled, and too fatigued to bind them. And I hunger. I crack...Rate it:

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If Christ Came Questioning
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
If Christ came questioning His world to-day, (If Christ came questioning,) 'What hast thou done to glorify thy God, Since last My feet this lowe...Rate it:

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Immortally Natural.
Nikhil Parekh
An infinitesimal fraction accentuated was the tip of the flamboyantly towering hill; pompously soaring towards the Omnipotently golden Sun, An in...Rate it:

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In Return.
Nikhil Parekh
I didn't the slightest expect even the most iridescently undefeated of mountaintops; the ultimate apogees of infallibly glittering success; in retu...Rate it:

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In The Night
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Where art thou, thou lost face, Which, yet a little while, wert making mirth At these new years which seemed too sad to be? Where art thou fled whi...Rate it:

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Introduction: Rose of Spadgers
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I've crawled; I've eaten dirt; I've lied a treat; I've dodged the cops an' led a double life; I've readied up wild tales to tell me wife, W'ich aft...Rate it:

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Jack Frenchman’s Lamentation
Jonathan Swift
Ye Commons and Peers, Pray lend me your ears, I'll sing you a song, (if I can,) How Lewis le Grand Was put to a stand, By the arms of our gracious ...Rate it:

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Jubilate Agno: Fragment B, Part 4
Christopher Smart
For God has given us a language of monosyllables to prevent our clipping. For a toad enjoys a finer prospect than another creature to compensate ...Rate it:

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King Stephen
John Keats
A FRAGMENT OF A TRAGEDY ACT I. SCENE I. Field of Battle. Alarum. Enter King STEPHEN, Knights, and Soldiers. Stephen. If shame can on a soldier's ve...Rate it:

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L. e. l.
Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Whose heart was breaking for a little love.' Downstairs I laugh, I sport and jest with all; But in my solitary room above I turn my face in silen...Rate it:

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Leves Amores
Arthur Symons
I Your kisses, and the way you curl, Delicious and distracting girl, Into one's arms, and round about, Luxuriously in and out Twining inextricably,...Rate it:

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Lost
Robert William Service
"Black is the sky, but the land is white-- (O the wind, the snow and the storm!)-- Father, where is our boy to-night? ...Rate it:

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Malcolm's Katie: A Love Story - Part II.
Isabella Valancy Crawford
The South Wind laid his moccasins aside, Broke his gay calumet of flow'rs, and cast His useless wampun, beaded with cool dews, Far from him, northw...Rate it:

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Mamie
Carl Sandburg
Mamie beat her head against the bars of a little Indiana town and dreamed of romance and big things off somewhere the way the railroad trains all r...Rate it:

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Master And Servant
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
The devil to Bacchus said, one day, In a scowling, growling, petulant way, As he came from earth to hell: 'There's a soul above that I cannot move,...Rate it:

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Melody To A Scene Of Former Times
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Art thou indeed forever gone, Forever, ever, lost to me? Must this poor bosom beat alone, Or beat at all, if not for thee? Ah! why was love to mort...Rate it:

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Moorland Night
Charlotte Mary Mew
My face is against the grass - the moorland grass is wet - My eyes are shut against the grass, against my lips there are the little blades, Over ...Rate it:

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Night and Day
Robert Louis Stevenson
When the golden day is done, Through the closing portal, Child and garden, Flower and sun, Vanish all things mortal. As the blinding shadows f...Rate it:

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Night Without Sleep
Robinson Jeffers
The world's as the world is; the nations rearm and prepare to change; the age of tyrants returns; The greatest civilization that has ever existed b...Rate it:

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No Accommodations.
Nikhil Parekh
Just a single droplet of water; could never ever in its most eccentrically wildest of dream; envisage of filling up the entire fathomless ocean, B...Rate it:

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North Infinity Street
Conrad Potter Aiken
The alarm clocks tick in a thousand furnished rooms, tick and are wound for a thousand separate dooms; all down both sides of North Infinity Street...Rate it:

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