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As a white stone in the well's cool deepness
Anna Akhmatova
As a white stone in the well's cool deepness, There lays in me one wonderful remembrance. I am not able and don't want to miss this: It is my tortu...Rate it:

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A Dirge
John Webster
CALL for the robin-redbreast and the wren, Since o'er shady groves they hover, And with leaves and flowers do cover The friendless bodies of unb...Rate it:

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A Land Dirge
John Webster
Call for the robin-redbreast and the wren, Since o'er shady groves they hover And with leaves and flowers do cover The friendless bodies of unburie...Rate it:

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A Channel Passage
Rupert Brooke
The damned ship lurched and slithered. Quiet and quick My cold gorge rose; the long sea rolled; I knew I must think hard of something, or be sick...Rate it:

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A Cradle Song, The Arbor of Amorous Devices, 1593-4
Nicholas Breton
COME little babe, come silly soul, Thy father's shame, thy mother's grief, Born as I doubt to all our dole, And to thyself unhappy chief: Si...Rate it:

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A Man (In Memory of H. of M.)
Thomas Hardy
I In Casterbridge there stood a noble pile, Wrought with pilaster, bay, and balustrade In tactful times when shrewd Eliza swayed. - On burg...Rate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XXXV
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
At last I kneel in Rome, the bourne, the goal Of what a multitude of laden hearts! No pilgrim of them all a wearier soul Brought ever here, no mast...Rate it:

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A proper trewe idyll of camelot
Eugene Field
Whenas ye plaisaunt Aperille shoures have washed and purged awaye Ye poysons and ye rheums of earth to make a merrie May, Ye shraddy boscage of ye ...Rate it:

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A Sweet Lullaby
Nicholas Breton
Come, little babe; come, silly soul, Thy father's shame, thy mother's grief, Born, as I doubt, to all our dole And to thyself unhappy chief: Sing l...Rate it:

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A Tale Of Society As It Is: From Facts, 1811
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. She was an aged woman; and the years Which she had numbered on her toilsome way Had bowed her natural powers to decay. She was an aged woman; ye...Rate it:

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A Vision Of Christ
George Essex Evans
There fell on me a dream when days were gray, And Hope had left me there to grope alone Amid the silence of an unknown way Vaulted with night and p...Rate it:

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Francis Thompson
Now with wan ray that other sun of Song Sets in the bleakening waters of my soul: One step, and lo! the Cross stands gaunt and long 'Twixt me and y...Rate it:

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George Meredith
Yonder's the man with his life in his hand, Legs on the march for whatever the land, Or to the slaughter, or to the maiming, Getting the dole of a ...Rate it:

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Autumn And Winter
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Three months bade wane and wax the wintering moon Between two dates of death, while men were fain Yet of the living light that all too soon Three...Rate it:

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Sidney Lanier
My soul is sailing through the sea, But the Past is heavy and hindereth me. The Past hath crusted cumbrous shells That hold the flesh of cold sea-m...Rate it:

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Before the Altar
Amy Lowell
Before the Altar, bowed, he stands With empty hands; Upon it perfumed offerings burn Wreathing with smoke the sacrificial urn. Not one of all t...Rate it:

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George Meredith
I Maimed, beggared, grey; seeking an alms; with nod Of palsy doing task of thanks for bread; Upon the stature of a God, He whom the Gods have stru...Rate it:

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By the Grey Gulf-water
Andrew Barton Paterson
Far to the Northward there lies a land, A wonderful land that the winds blow over, And none may fathom or understand The charm it holds for the ...Rate it:

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Celestial Heights
Alfred Austin
Hail! steep ascents and winding ways, Glimmering through melting morning haze, Hail! mountain herd-bells chiming clear! Hail! meads and cherry-orch...Rate it:

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John Donne
By miracles exceeding power of man, He faith in some, envy in some begat, For, what weak spirits admire, ambitious hate : In both affections man...Rate it:

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Francis William Lauderdale Adams
(Brisbane) 'A little Soldier of the Army of the Night' BURY him without a word! No appeal to death; Only the call of the bird And the blind spring...Rate it:

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Dirge of the Three Queens
William Shakespeare
URNS and odours bring away! Vapours, sighs, darken the day! Our dole more deadly looks than dying; Balms and gums and heavy cheers, Sa...Rate it:

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Eclogue The Second
Thomas Chatterton
SPRYTES of the bleste, the pious Nygelle sed, Poure owte yer pleasaunce onn mie fadres hedde. Rycharde of Lyons harte to fyghte is gon, Uponne the ...Rate it:

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Eclogue The Third
Thomas Chatterton
Wouldst thou kenn Nature in her better parte? Goe, serche the logges and bordels of the hynde ; Gyfe theye have anie, itte ys roughe-made arte, Inn...Rate it:

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Thomas Chatterton
Eclogue the First. Whanne Englonde, smeethynge from her lethal wounde, From her galled necke dyd twytte the chayne awaie, Kennynge her legeful ...Rate it:

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