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The Cellar Door
John Clare
By the old tavern door on the causey there lay A hogshead of stingo just rolled from a dray, And there stood the blacksmith awaiting a drop As dry ...Rate it:

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The Creditor To His Proud Debtor
George Moses Horton
Ha, tott'ring Johny, strut and boast, But think of what your feathers cost; Your crowing days are short at most, You bloom but soon to fade; Su...Rate it:

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The Day I Didn't Breathe
Nikhil Parekh
The day I didn't wear clothes; I shivered uncontrollably in the austere breeze of uncouth winter, They day I didn't eat food; I found myself mise...Rate it:

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The Death Of The Rose
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Ah! life, dear life, thy summer days have flown Swiftly yet all too late, for they did wither. Joy should be joy for one short hour alone, Or it wi...Rate it:

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The Defence of Guenevere
William Morris
But, learning now that they would have her speak, She threw her wet hair backward from her brow, Her hand close to her mouth touching her cheek, ...Rate it:

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The Distress'd Travellers; or, Labour in Vain
William Cowper
I. I sing of a journey to Clifton, We would have perform'd if we could, Without cart or barrow to lift on Poor Mary and me through the mud; Sle...Rate it:

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The Faithful Guardian
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
Two beautiful and rosy babes are pictured here alone, Two infants of a noble race, as any near the throne:-- And, in the cradle's shadow, lies a ...Rate it:

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The Garden
Andrew Marvell
How vainly men themselves amaze To win the Palm, the Oke, or Bayes; And their uncessant Labours see Crown'd from some single Herb or Tree, Whose sh...Rate it:

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The Knight in Disguise
Vachel Lindsay
[Concerning O. Henry (Sidney Porter)] "He could not forget that he was a Sidney." Is this Sir Philip Sidney, this loud clown, The darling of the...Rate it:

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The Ladle. A Tale
Matthew Prior
The Sceptics think 'twas long ago Since gods came down incognito To see who were their friends or foes, And how our actions fell or rose; That si...Rate it:

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The Nymph Complaining for the Death of Her Fawn
Andrew Marvell
The wanton troopers riding by Have shot my fawn, and it will die. Ungentle men! They cannot thrive To kill thee. Thou ne'er didst, alive, Them any ...Rate it:

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The Parish Register - Part III: Burials
George Crabbe
THERE was, 'tis said, and I believe, a time When humble Christians died with views sublime; When all were ready for their faith to bleed, But few t...Rate it:

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The Prisoner. A Fragment
Emily Jane Brontë
In the dungeon crypts idly did I stray, Reckless of the lives wasting there away; 'Draw the ponderous bars; open, Warder stern!' He dare not say me...Rate it:

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The Quidnunckis
John Gay
How vain are mortal man's endeavours? (Said, at dame Elleot's, master Travers) Good Orleans dead! in truth 'tis hard: Oh! may all statesmen die pre...Rate it:

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The Roll of the Kettledrum
Adam Lindsay Gordon
'You have the Pyrrhic dance as yet, Where is the Pyrrhic phalanx gone ? Of two such lessons, why forget The nobler and the manlier one ?'—Byron. ...Rate it:

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The Sailor Boy to His Lass
William Schwenck Gilbert
I go away this blessed day, To sail across the sea, MATILDA! My vessel starts for various parts At twenty after three, MATILDA. I hardly know where...Rate it:

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The Shearers Dream
Henry Lawson
O I dreamt I shore in a shearing shed and it was a dream of joy For every one of the rouseabouts was a girl dressed up as a boy Dressed up like a p...Rate it:

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The Sick Stockrider
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Hold hard, Ned! Lift me down once more, and lay me in the shade. Old man, you've had your work cut out to guide Both horses, and to hold me in th...Rate it:

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The Song Of Old Joe Swallow
Henry Lawson
When I was up the country in the rough and early days, I used to work along ov Jimmy Nowlett's bullick-drays; Then the reelroad wasn't heered on...Rate it:

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The Surgeon's Warning
Robert Southey
The Doctor whispered to the Nurse And the Surgeon knew what he said, And he grew pale at the Doctor's tale And trembled in his sick bed. Now fetch...Rate it:

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The Swagman
Andrew Barton Paterson
Kind friends, pray give attention To this, my little song. Some rum things I will mention, And I'll not detain you long. Up and down this country I...Rate it:

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The Trail Boss Turns 60
Kurt Philip Behm
The Camp Cooky’s singin again outa tune, about turnin 60 today around noon "What good is there in it?" I hear him say, and it got me to thinki...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 4 B (Adeline)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
And where was RAYMOND , where was he? Borne homeward o'er the rapid sea, While sunny days and favouring gales Brought welcome speed to the white sa...Rate it:

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The Two Peacocks of Bedfont
Thomas Hood
I Alas! That breathing Vanity should go Where Pride is buried,—like its very ghost, Uprisen from the naked bones below, In novel flesh, clad in...Rate it:

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Theodore And Honoria. From Boccace
John Dryden
Of all the cities in Romanian lands, The chief and most renowned Ravenna stands; Adorned in ancient times with arms and arts, And rich inhabitants ...Rate it:

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