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The Dead Man Walking
Thomas Hardy
They hail me as one living, But don't they know That I have died of late years, Untombed although? I am but a shape that stands here, A pulseless ...Rate it:

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The Dead Master
John McCrae
Amid earth's vagrant noises, he caught the note sublime: To-day around him surges from the silences of Time A flood of nobler music, like a river d...Rate it:

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The Dead Player: In Memory Of Dudley Digges
Padraic Colum
THE candles lighted and the figure prone Announce this to you: they are laid aside, The noble, whimsical and pathetic roles, Disanimated, not to be...Rate it:

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The Dead Poet
Arthur Bayldon
Never again shall he with wizard sleight Ensare on threshold of his soul the bright Unearthly splendors that would oft alight, And in the magic ...Rate it:

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The Dead. (From The German Of Stockmann)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
How they so softly rest, All they the holy ones, Unto whose dwelling-place Now doth my soul draw near! How they so softly rest, All in their s...Rate it:

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The Dead: IV
Rupert Brooke
These hearts were woven of human joys and cares, Washed marvellously with sorrow, swift to mirth. The years had given them kindness. Dawn was th...Rate it:

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The Farewell To The Dead
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Come near!-ere yet the dust Soil the bright paleness of the settled brow, Look on your brother, and embrace him now, In still and solemn trust! Com...Rate it:

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The Jolly Dead March
Henry Lawson
If I ever be worthy or famous— Which I’m sadly beginning to doubt— When the angel whose place ’tis to name us Shall say to my spirit, ‘Pass out!’ I...Rate it:

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The Serpent Is Dead
Kurt Philip Behm
Twilight fell onto my windowsill Demon fire in full retreat The stars above, glowing pulls on a rug Woven deep into the blackness I sl...Rate it:

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The Serpent Is Dead
Kurt Philip Behm
Twilight fell onto my windowsill Demon fire in full retreat The stars above glowing pulls on a rug Woven deep into the blackness I sle...Rate it:

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The Unconquered Dead
John McCrae
". . . defeated, with great loss." Not we the conquered! Not to us the blame Of them that flee, of them that basely yield; Nor ours the shout of...Rate it:

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To A Dead Friend
Paul Laurence Dunbar
It is as if a silver chord Were suddenly grown mute, And life's song with its rhythm warred Against a silver lute. It is as if a silence fell Wher...Rate it:

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To A Dead Journalist
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
The busy trade of life is over now, The intricate toil which was so hard for bread, The strife each day renewed 'neath this poor brow By this frail...Rate it:

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To a Dead Mate
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There's many a man who rides today In the lonely, far out-back; There's many a man who makes his way On a dusty bushland track; There's many a man ...Rate it:

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To His Dead Body
Siegfried Sassoon
When roaring gloom surged inward and you cried, Groping for friendly hands, and clutched, and died, Like racing smoke, swift from your lolling he...Rate it:

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To One Dead
Francis Ledwidge
A blackbird singing On a moss-upholstered stone, Bluebells swinging, Shadows wildly blown, A song in the wood, A ship on the sea. The song wa...Rate it:

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Please Come Back O! Beloved
Nikhil Parekh
Every bit of fabric in this remorsefully dilapidated room; reminded me of your fabulously enchanting grace; the way you sensuously wrapped yourself...Rate it:

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The Martyred Democrat
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
In Lady Lusher's drawing-room, where float the strains of Brahms, While cultured caterpillars chew the leaves of potted palms In Lady Lusher's dra...Rate it:

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Rio Grande
Andrew Barton Paterson
Now this was what Macpherson told While waiting in the stand; A reckless rider, over-bold, The only man with hands to hold The rushing Ri...Rate it:

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Rio Grande's Last Race
Andrew Barton Paterson
Now this was what Macpherson told While waiting in the stand; A reckless rider, over-bold, The only man with hands to hold The rushing Rio Gran...Rate it:

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O! How He Wished And Wished And Wished.
Nikhil Parekh
Unfortunately, it was only his flagrantly dismantled dead body; that brought people of all religions; caste; creed and color blissfully together; c...Rate it:

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Clerk Saunders
Anonymous Americas
... Whan bells war rung, an mass was sung, A wat a' man to bed were gone, Clark Sanders came to Margret's window, With mony a sad sig...Rate it:

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Sweet William's Ghost
Thomas Percy
There came a ghost to Margaret's door, With many a grievous grone, And ay he tirled at the pin; But answer made she none. Is this my father Phili...Rate it:

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Clerk Saunders
Andrew Lang
Clerk Saunders and may Margaret Walked ower yon garden green; And sad and heavy was the love That fell thir twa between. 'A bed, a bed,' Clerk Sau...Rate it:

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Myself, I Bring
Kurt Philip Behm
Living in a rented room my thoughts became my own Living in a rented room my borrowed soul was owned Living in a rented room the fog began ...Rate it:

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