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Sundered Paths
Mathilde Blind
TWO travellers, worn with sun and rain And gropings o'er dim paths unknown, Meet where long separate ways have grown To one, and then diverge again...Rate it:

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The Alleys
Henry Lawson
I was welcome in a palace when the ball was at my feet, I was petted in a garden and my triumph was complete. But for me above the alleys there for...Rate it:

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The Amateur Rider
Andrew Barton Paterson
Him goin' to ride for us! Him -- with the pants and the eyeglass and all. Amateur! don't he just look it -- it's twenty to one on a fall. Boss mu...Rate it:

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The Battle of Bannockburn
William Topaz McGonagall
Sir Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn Beat the English in every wheel and turn, And made them fly in great dismay From off the field without delay. ...Rate it:

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The Black Charger
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
There's a terrible steed that rests not night nor day, But onward and onward, for ever away, Through hamlet, through village, through country, thro...Rate it:

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The Blind Girl
William Topaz McGonagall
Kind Christians, pray list to me, And I'll relate a sad story, Concerning a little blind girl, only nine years of age, Who lived with her father in...Rate it:

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The Book of Urizen: Chapter IV
William Blake
a 1. Los smitten with astonishment Frightend at the hurtling bones 2. And at the surging sulphureous Perturbed Immortal mad raging 3. In whirlwi...Rate it:

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The Bride of Abydos
George Gordon Lord Byron
"Had we never loved so kindly, Had we never loved so blindly, Never met or never parted, We had ne'er been broken-hearted." — Burns ...Rate it:

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The Bull
Ralph Hodgson
See an old unhappy bull, Sick in soul and body both, Slouching in the undergrowth Of the forest beautiful, Banished from the herd he led, Bull...Rate it:

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The Chronicle Of The Drum
William Makepeace Thackeray
Part I. At Paris, hard by the Maine barriers, Whoever will choose to repair, Midst a dozen of wooden-legged warriors May haply fall in with old Pi...Rate it:

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The Coastwise Lights
Rudyard Kipling
Our brows are bound with spindrift and the weed is on our knees; Our loins are battered 'neath us by the swinging, smoking seas. From reef and rock...Rate it:

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The Course Of Time. Book X.
Robert Pollok
God of my fathers! holy, just, and good! My God! my Father! my unfailing Hope! Jehovah! let the incense of my praise, Accepted, burn before thy ...Rate it:

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The Demon Snow-Shoes (A Legend of Kiandra)
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
The snow lies deep on hill and dale, In rocky gulch and grassy vale, The tiny, trickling, tumbling falls Are frozen 'twixt their rocky walls That g...Rate it:

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The End of Love
Muriel Stuart
WHO shall forget till his last hour be come,-- Until the useful service of the dust Hath drawn the emptying cerements in and in;-- Until the Ear...Rate it:

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The Eve Of Waterloo
George Gordon Lord Byron
There was a sound of revelry by night, And Belgium's capital had gathered then Her beauty and her chivalry, and bright The lamps shone o'er fair...Rate it:

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The Falcon
Richard Lovelace
Fair Princesse of the spacious air, That hast vouchsaf'd acquaintance here, With us are quarter'd below stairs, That can reach heav'n with nought b...Rate it:

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The Fever-Dream
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
IT was a fever-dream; I lay Awake, as in the broad bright day, But faint and worn I drew my breath Like those who wait for coming death; And my...Rate it:

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The Fox
John Clare
The shepherd on his journey heard when nigh His dog among the bushes barking high; The ploughman ran and gave a hearty shout, He found a weary fox ...Rate it:

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The Garden
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Excerpt from "Maud" She is coming, my own, my sweet; Were it ever so airy a tread, My heart would hear her and beat, Were it earth in an earthy be...Rate it:

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The Greek Girl’s Lament For Her Lover
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
IMRA! thy form is vanished From the proud and patriot band; Imra! thy voice is silent, 'Mongst the voices of the land. And bravely hast thou fa...Rate it:

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The Haunted Oak
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Pray why are you so bare, so bare, Oh, bough of the old oak-tree; And why, when I go through the shade you throw, Runs a shudder over me?...Rate it:

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The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire (1571)
Jean Ingelow
The old mayor climbed the belfry tower, The ringers ran by two, by three; 'Pull, if ye never pulled before; Good ringers, pull your best,' quoth...Rate it:

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The Light of the Sun
Kabir
THE light of the sun, the moon, and the stars shines bright: The melody of love swells forth, and the rhythm of love's detachment beats the time....Rate it:

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The Miller's Daughter
Alfred Lord Tennyson
It is the miller's daughter, And she is grown so dear, so dear, That I would be the jewel That trembles in her ear: For hid in ringlets day...Rate it:

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The Old Man's Counsel
William Cullen Bryant
Among our hills and valleys, I have known Wise and grave men, who, while their diligent hands Tended or gathered in the fruits of earth, Were rever...Rate it:

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