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Paradiso: Canto II
Dante Alighieri
Paradiso Canto 2 O Ye, who in some pretty little boat, Eager to listen, have been following Behind my ship, that singing sails along, Turn back ...Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria Canto I (The Trystyng )
Lewis Carroll
ONE winter night, at half-past nine, Cold, tired, and cross, and muddy, I had come home, too late to dine, And supper, with cigars and wine, Was wa...Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO II ( Hys Fyve Rules )
Lewis Carroll
"MY First - but don't suppose," he said, "I'm setting you a riddle - Is - if your Victim be in bed, Don't touch the curtains at his head, But take ...Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO III ( Scarmoges )
Lewis Carroll
"AND did you really walk," said I, "On such a wretched night? I always fancied Ghosts could fly - If not exactly in the sky, Yet at a fairish heigh...Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO IV ( Hys Nouryture )
Lewis Carroll
"OH, when I was a little Ghost, A merry time had we! Each seated on his favourite post, We chumped and chawed the buttered toast They gave us f...Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO V ( Byckerment )
Lewis Carroll
"DON'T they consult the 'Victims,' though?" I said. "They should, by rights, Give them a chance - because, you know, The tastes of people differ so...Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO VI ( Dyscomfyture )
Lewis Carroll
As one who strives a hill to climb, Who never climbed before: Who finds it, in a little time, Grow every moment less sublime, And votes the thing a...Rate it:

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Phantasmagoria CANTO VII ( Sad Souvenaunce )
Lewis Carroll
"WHAT'S this?" I pondered. "Have I slept? Or can I have been drinking?" But soon a gentler feeling crept Upon me, and I sat and wept An hour or...Rate it:

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Purgatorio (Italian)
Dante Alighieri
Dante Alighieri PURGATORIO Purgatorio: Canto I Per correr miglior acque alza le vele omai la naRate it:

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Reason
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
se l'avessi scosso.' (Dante, Paradiso, Canto 1, lines 88-90) Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
I. Far in the chambers of the west, The gale had sigh'd itself to rest; The moon was cloudless now and clear, But pale, and soon to disappear. ...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto III.
Sir Walter Scott
I. The hunting tribes of air and earth Respect the brethren of their birth; Nature, who loves the claim of kind, Less cruel chase to each assig...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto IV.
Sir Walter Scott
I. When Denmark's raven soar'd on high, Triumphant through Northumbrian sky, Till, hovering near, her fatal croak Bade Reged's Britons dread th...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto V.
Sir Walter Scott
I. The sultry summer day is done, The western hills have hid the sun, But mountain peak and village spire Retain reflection of his fire. Old B...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto VI.
Sir Walter Scott
I. The summer sun, whose early power Was wont to gild Matilda's bower, And rouse her with his matin ray Her duteous orisons to pay, That morni...Rate it:

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Rural Sports: A Georgic - Canto I.
John Gay
You, who the sweets of rural life have known, Despise the ungrateful hurry of the town; In Windsor groves your easy hours employ, And, undistub'd, ...Rate it:

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Rural Sports: A Georgic - Canto II.
John Gay
Now, sporting muse, draw in the flowing reins, Leave the clear streams a while for sunny plains. Should you the various arms and toils rehearse, An...Rate it:

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Sonnet 03
John Milton
favella, Mentre io di te, vezzosamente altera, Canto, dal mio buon popol non inteso E'l bel Tamigi Rate it:

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Spenserian Stanza. Written At The Close Of Canto II, Book V, Of
John Keats
In after-time, a sage of mickle lore Yclep'd Typographus, the Giant took, And did refit his limbs as heretofore, And made him read in many a learne...Rate it:

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That's The Man
Constantine P. Cavafy
and writes. And at last, there, the final canto's done. That makes eighty-three poems in all. ButRate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto I.
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Lonely and still are now thy marble halls, Thou fair Alhambra! there the feast is o'er; And with the murmur of thy fountain-falls, Blend the wild t...Rate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto I. - continuation 1
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
For this young Hamet mingles in the strife, Leader of battle, prodigal of life, Urging his followers, till their foes beset, Stand faint and breath...Rate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto I. - continuation 2
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
"Zayda, my doom is fix'd—another day, And the wrong'd exile shall be far away; Far from the scenes where still his heart must be, His home of ...Rate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto II.
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Fair land! of chivalry the old domain, Land of the vine and olive, lovely Spain! Though not for thee with classic shores to vie In charms that fix ...Rate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto III.
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Heroes of elder days! untaught to yield, Who bled for Spain on many an ancient field; Ye, that around the oaken cross of yore Stood firm and fearle...Rate it:

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