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Amy Wentworth
John Greenleaf Whittier
TO WILLIAM BRADFORD. As they who watch by sick-beds find relief Unwittingly from the great stress of grief And anxious care, in fantasies outwroug...Rate it:

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Arion
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
A lot of us were on the bark: Some framed a sail for windy weather, The others strongly and together Moved oars. In silence sunk, Keeping a rudder,...Rate it:

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At A Banquet For Professor Ludv. Kr. Daa
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Youthful friends here a circle form, Elder foes now surrender. Feel among us in safety, warm, Toward you our hearts are tender. Once again on a har...Rate it:

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Brave Alum Bey
William Schwenck Gilbert
Oh, big was the bosom of brave ALUM BEY, And also the region that under it lay, In safety and peril remarkably cool, And he dwelt on the banks of t...Rate it:

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Breton Wife
Robert William Service
A Wintertide we had been wed When Jan went off to sea; And now the laurel rose is red And I wait on the quay. His berthing boat I watch with dread,...Rate it:

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Cap'n Storm-Along
Alfred Noyes
They are buffeting out in the bitter grey weather, -Blow the man down, bullies, blow the man down!- Sea-lark singing to Golden Feather , And bur...Rate it:

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Haunted By Tigers
John Boyle O'Reilly
NATHAN BEANS and William Lambert were two wild New England boys, Known from infancy to revel only in forbidden joys. Many a mother of Nantucket br...Rate it:

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Intaglio - Frank Denz
Henry Kendall
In the roar of the storm, in the wild bitter voice of the tempest-whipped sea, The cry of my darling, my child, comes ever and ever to me; And I st...Rate it:

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Joe Golightly - Or, The First Lord's Daughter
William Schwenck Gilbert
A tar, but poorly prized, Long, shambling, and unsightly, Thrashed, bullied, and despised, Was wretched JOE GOLIGHTLY. He bore a workhouse brand; ...Rate it:

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Juli
Hans Christian Andersen
'- Alting svulmer, alting gynger, Bølge, Luft og Hierte synger Høit din Priis, Du stolte Hav'. '- Armen jeg om Vennen slynger, Hiertet sig til Hier...Rate it:

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Kathleen
Robert William Service
It was the steamer Alice May that sailed the Yukon foam. And touched in every river camp from Dawson down to Nome. It was her builder, owner, pilot...Rate it:

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Lucille
Robert William Service
Of course you've heard of the Nancy Lee, and how she sailed away On her famous quest of the Arctic flea, to the wilds of Hudson's Bay? For it was a...Rate it:

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McAndrew's Hymn
Rudyard Kipling
Lord, Thou hast made this world below the shadow of a dream, An', taught by time, I tak' it so -- exceptin' always Steam. From coupler-flange to sp...Rate it:

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Responsibilities - Introduction
William Butler Yeats
Pardon, old fathers, if you still remain Somewhere in ear-shot for the story's end, Old Dublin merchant "free of the ten and four" Or trading out o...Rate it:

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Sir Patrick Spens
Anonymous
The king sits in Dunfermlin Castle Drinking his blood red wine “O where will I get a steely skipper To sail this ship of mine ?Rate it:

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Sommerflugt og Hvile
Hans Christian Andersen
Gjærdet staaer med vilde Roser, Nedenfor er' Tørvemoser, Storken der paa røde Hoser Fisker i det lave Vand. Under disse gamle Pile, Her paa Stenen ...Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. The Musician's Tale; The Ballad of Carmilhan - II.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The jolly skipper paused awhile, And then again began; 'There is a Spectre Ship,' quoth he, 'A ship of the Dead that sails the sea, And is called t...Rate it:

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The Ballad of Bolivar
Rudyard Kipling
Seven men from all the world, back to Docks again, Rolling down the Ratcliffe Road drunk and raising Cain: Give the girls another drink '...Rate it:

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The Briny Grave
Henry Lawson
You wonder why so many would be buried in the sea, In this world of froth and bubble, But I don’t wonder, for it seems to me That it saves such a l...Rate it:

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The Character Of Holland
Andrew Marvell
Holland, that scarce deserves the name of Land, As but th'Off-scouring of the Brittish Sand; And so much Earth as was contributed By English Pilots...Rate it:

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The Countess
John Greenleaf Whittier
TO E. W. I KNOW not, Time and Space so intervene, Whether, still waiting with a trust serene, Thou bearest up thy fourscore years and ten, Or, cal...Rate it:

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The King
Rudyard Kipling
"Farewell, Romance!" the Cave-men said; "With bone well carved he went away, Flint arms the ignoble arrowhead, And jasper tips the spear to-day. ...Rate it:

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The Old Grey Squirrel
Alfred Noyes
A great while ago there was a schoolboy who lived in a cottage by the sea, And the very first thing he could remember was the rigging of the schoo...Rate it:

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The Rhyme Of The Three Sealers
Rudyard Kipling
Away by the lands of the Japanee Where the paper lanterns glow And the crews of all the shipping drink In the house of Blood Stree...Rate it:

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The Swan Song of Parson Avery
John Greenleaf Whittier
When the reaper's task was ended, and the summer wearing late, Parson Avery sailed from Newbury, with his wife and children eight, Dropping down th...Rate it:

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