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Wholesomely Emptying
Nikhil Parekh
When you wholesomely emptied the rhapsodically fathomless sky; all that blissfully poured out was nothing else; but an unfathomable galaxy of panor...Rate it:

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Yet Inside
Nikhil Parekh
The most cataclysmically decimating atmosphere might be perpetually silent; with the only palpable sounds around being those of celestially sleepi...Rate it:

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The Mortal Lease
Edith Wharton
I Because the currents of our love are poured Through the slow welter of the primal flood From some blind source of monster-haunted mud, And flung...Rate it:

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Transfiguration
Louisa May Alcott
Mysterious death! who in a single hour Life's gold can so refine And by thy art divine Change mortal weakness to immortal power! Bending benea...Rate it:

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A Bridal Measure
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Come, essay a sprightly measure, Tuned to some light song of pleasure. Maidens, let your brows be crowned As we foot this merry round. From the gr...Rate it:

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A Failure
Edith Wharton
(She Speaks.) I MEANT to be so strong and true! The world may smile and question, When? But what I might have been to you I cannot be to other men...Rate it:

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A Memory of June
Claude McKay
When June comes dancing o'er the death of May, With scarlet roses tinting her green breast, And mating thrushes ushering in her day, And Earth o...Rate it:

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A Song For Labor
Madison Julius Cawein
Oh, the morning meads, the dewy meads, Where he ploughs and harrows and sows the seeds, Singing a song of manly deeds, In the blossoming springtime...Rate it:

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An Invitation
Robert Fuller Murray
Dear Ritchie, I am waiting for the signal word to fly, And tell me that the visit which has suffered such belating Is to be a thing of now, and no ...Rate it:

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At the Gates of Spring
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
With April here, And first thin green on the awakening bough, What wonderful things and dear, My tired heart to cheer, At last appear! Colours of d...Rate it:

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Christmas Scene
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
To this green place the tourists troop, By twos, by threes, and group by group, Lads in bright blazers, girls in slacks, Hikers with rucksack on th...Rate it:

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Eden in Winter
Vachel Lindsay
[Supposed to be chanted to some rude instrument at a modern fireplace] Chant we the story now Tho' in a house we sleep; Tho' by a hearth of coal...Rate it:

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Existing As one
Nikhil Parekh
We might be two different breaths; but will continue to exist as one; rhapsodically relishing each moment of profoundly mystical life, We might b...Rate it:

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Fragments
Alan Seeger
In that fair capital where Pleasure, crowned Amidst her myriad courtiers, riots and rules, I too have been a suitor. Radiant eyes Were my life's...Rate it:

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Gretna Green
Edith Nesbit
Last night when I kissed you, My soul caught alight; And oh! how I missed you The rest of the night - Till Love in derision Smote sleep with his wi...Rate it:

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In Our Succeeding Lives
Nikhil Parekh
Just when we'd completed the most immortally blessing kiss of all times; with our insatiably crimson lips; now profusely oozing cloudbursts of unpa...Rate it:

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Mr. Barney Maguire's Account of The Coronation
Richard Harris Barham
Och! the Coronation! what celebration For emulation can with it compare? When to Westminster the Royal Spinster, And the Duke of Leinster, all i...Rate it:

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North and South
Claude McKay
O sweet are tropic lands for waking dreams! There time and life move lazily along. There by the banks of blue-and-silver streams Grass-sheltered...Rate it:

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Paris
Alan Seeger
First, London, for its myriads; for its height, Manhattan heaped in towering stalagmite; But Paris for the smoothness of the paths That lead the...Rate it:

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Romance
Claude McKay
To clasp you now and feel your head close-pressed, Scented and warm against my beating breast; To whisper soft and quivering your name, And drink ...Rate it:

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Romance Of A Youngest Daughter
John Crowe Ransom
Who will wed the Dowager’s youngest daughter, The Captain? filled with ale? He moored his expected boat to a stake in the water And stumbled on ...Rate it:

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Sea Holly
Conrad Potter Aiken
Begotten by the meeting of rock with rock, The mating of rock and rock, rocks gnashing together; Created so, and yet forgetful, walks The seawar...Rate it:

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Sir Richard's Song
Rudyard Kipling
(A. D. 1066) I followed my Duke ere I was a lover, To take from England fief and fee; But now this game is the other way over-- But now England ha...Rate it:

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St.Valentine
Jean Blewett
The girl's a slender thing and fair, With dimpled cheek and eyes ashine; The youth is tall, with bashful air. Heigho! a fond and foolish pair- The ...Rate it:

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The Dark Girl's Rhyme
Dorothy Parker
Who was there had seen us Wouldn't bid him run? Heavy lay between us All our sires had done. There he was, a-springing Of a pious race, Sett...Rate it:

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