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Human - Part 2
Nikhil Parekh
I just couldn't make out his name; simply by looking into his innocently hazel eyes, I just couldn't make out his religion; simply by gauging the...Rate it:

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I Still failed
Nikhil Parekh
To get out of the towering building; I used the golden escalators; slipping down like a harmoniously dying fountain, To get out of the dingily da...Rate it:

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In My Search For Love.
Nikhil Parekh
Many a time I set out in frenetic search of poignantly crimson rose; and eventually all I stumbled upon was; the feathers of cursedly fetid and ign...Rate it:

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The Boy Scouts' Patrol Song
Rudyard Kipling
These are our regulations -- There's just one law for the Scout And the first and the last, and the present and the past, And the future and the pe...Rate it:

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The True challenge
Nikhil Parekh
There were an infinite ways in the modern world today to distribute exuberant air; but the true challenge lies in evolving the winds of newness; ou...Rate it:

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The Ultimate princess.
Nikhil Parekh
My brain could perhaps ruthlessly expurgate you out; but what about its every unimaginably tantalizing fantasy; of which you were the most priceles...Rate it:

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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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Padraic Colum
'I KNOW where I'd get An ass that would do, If I had the money A pound or two.' Said a ragged man To my uncle one day; He got the money And went o...Rate it:

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Brown's Tram
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
A city clerk was Henry Brown, Whose suburb knew nor tram nor train; And ev'ry morn he walked to town. From nine till five, with busy brain, He lab...Rate it:

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A Last Appeal
Edith Nesbit
KNOWING our needs, hardly knowing our powers, Hear how we cry to you, brothers of ours!-- Brothers in nature, pulse, passions, and pains, Our si...Rate it:

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There is an island, not without a camera on, blare out assuredly with no doubt, May give them support! And so shall dole out the services of its na...Rate it:

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The Spring In Ireland: 1916
James Stephens
I Do not forget my charge I beg of you ; That of what flow'rs you find of fairest hue And sweetest odor you do gather those Are best of all the be...Rate it:

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A Ballad Of Whitechapel
Isaac Rosenberg
God's mercy shines ; And our full hearts must make record of this, For grief that burst from out its dark confines Into strange sunlit bliss. I st...Rate it:

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A Florida Sunday.
Sidney Lanier
From cold Norse caves or buccaneer Southern seas Oft come repenting tempests here to die; Bewailing old-time wrecks and robberies, They shrive to...Rate it:

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An English Ballad, On The Taking Of Namur, By The King Of Great Britain
Matthew Prior
Dulce est desipere in loco. Some Folks are drunk, yet do not know it: So might not Bacchus give You Law? Was it a Muse, O lofty Poet, Or Virgin o...Rate it:

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Honours - Part2
Jean Ingelow
(The Answer.) As one who, journeying, checks the rein in haste   Because a chasm doth yawn across his way Too wide for leaping, and too steeply fa...Rate it:

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The Old Cumberland Beggar
William Wordsworth
I saw an aged Beggar in my walk; And he was seated, by the highway side, On a low structure of rude masonry Built at the foot of a huge hill, th...Rate it:

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The Songs Of The Dead Men To The Three Dancers
Robinson Jeffers
I. TO DESIRE (Here a dancer enters and dances.) Who is she that is fragrant and desirable, Clothed but enough to wake wantonness, And proud of her ...Rate it:

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Upon Phillis Walking In A Morning Before Sun-rising
John Cleveland
THE sluggish morne as yet undrest, My Phillis brake from out her East; As if shee'd made a match to run With Venus, Usher to the sun. The Trees...Rate it:

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A Question Answered
Alfred Austin
I saw the lark at break of day Rise from its dewy bed, And, winged with melody, away Circle to Heaven o'erhead. I watched it higher and higher soa...Rate it:

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Charles Baudelaire
LO, praise of the prowess of people-kings of spear-armed Danes, in days long sped, we have heard, and what honor the athelings won! Oft Scyld the S...Rate it:

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Certain Books Of Virgil's AEneis: Book II
Henry Howard
BOOK II They whisted all, with fixed face attent, When Prince AEneas from the royal seat Thus gan to speak: O Queen, it is thy will I should re...Rate it:

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Colin Clouts Come Home Againe
Edmund Spenser
Colin Clouts Come Home Againe THe shepheards boy (best knowen by that name) That after Tityrus first sung his lay, Laies of sweet loue, without reb...Rate it:

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I. Solemnly, mournfully, Dealing its dole, The Curfew Bell Is beginning to toll. Cover the embers, And put out the light; Toil comes with t...Rate it:

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Daniel Henry Deniehy
Henry Kendall
TAKE the harp, but very softly for our brother touch the strings: Wind and wood shall help to wail him, waves and mournful mountain-springs. Take...Rate it:

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