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The Stones of Gosh
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now, here is a tale of the Glugs of Gosh, In the end of the year umteen; Of the Glugs of Gosh and their great King Splosh, And Tush, his virtuous ...Rate it:

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It's sad your fear knowing that death is near you lay hapless as a newborn covered in feces you tell me you love me you're so full of shit you ...Rate it:

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Gacela of the Dead Child
Federico García Lorca
Each afternoon in Granada, each afternoon, a child dies. Each afternoon the water sits down and chats with its companions. The dead wear mossy win...Rate it:

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A Birthday
Aleister Crowley
"Aug." 10, 1911. Full moon to-night; and six and twenty years Since my full moon first broke from angel spheres! A year of infinite love unwearyin...Rate it:

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A Commonplace Day
Thomas Hardy
The day is turning ghost, And scuttles from the kalendar in fits and furtively, To join the anonymous host Of those that throng oblivion; ced...Rate it:

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A Community Of Friends
Kurt Philip Behm
There once was a time when women could cook and men knew how to dance Education was by the book no fuzzy math or creative finance Parents vis...Rate it:

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A Curse for Kings
Vachel Lindsay
A curse upon each king who leads his state, No matter what his plea, to this foul game, And may it end his wicked dynasty, And may he die in exile ...Rate it:

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A Dream
William Allingham
I heard the dogs howl in the moonlight night; I went to the window to see the sight; All the Dead that ever I knew Going one by one and two by tw...Rate it:

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A Grammarian's Funeral Shortly after the Revival of Learnin
Robert Browning
Let us begin and carry up this corpse, Singing together. Leave we the common crofts, the vulgar thorpes Each in its tether Slee...Rate it:

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A Growler
Ambrose Bierce
Judge Shafter, you're an aged man, I know, And learned too, I doubt not, in the law; And a head white with many a winter's snow (I wish, however th...Rate it:

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A Lament For S. B. Pat Paw
Louisa May Alcott
We mourn the loss of our little pet, And sigh o'er her hapless fate, For never more by the fire she'll sit, Nor play by the old green gate. The li...Rate it:

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A Letter From the Trenches to a School Friend
Charles Hamilton Sorley
I have not brought my Odyssey With me here across the sea; But you'll remember, when I say How, when they went down Sparta way, To sandy Sparta, lo...Rate it:

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A Literature Lesson. Sir Patrick Spens in the Eighteenth Century Manner
Sir Walter Raleigh
VERSE I In a famed town of Caledonia's land, A prosperous port contiguous to the strand, A monarch feasted in right royal state; ...Rate it:

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A Pastoral Dialogue - I
Anne Killigrew
Amintor. Stay gentle Nymph, nor so solic'tous be, To fly his sight that still would gaze on thee. With other Swaines I see thee oft converse, Conte...Rate it:

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A Person Lives
Nikhil Parekh
A person eats; because of the insatiable hunger of his stomach; the unrelenting pangs of famished gluttony; playing cats and dogs with his impoveri...Rate it:

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A Retrospective Review
Thomas Hood
I Oh, when I was a tiny boy, My days and nights were full of joy, My mates were blithe and kind!— No wonder that I sometimes sigh, And dash th...Rate it:

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A Royal Princess
Christina Georgina Rossetti
I, a princess, king-descended, decked with jewels, gilded, drest, Would rather be a peasant with her baby at her breast, For all I shine so like th...Rate it:

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A Smuggler's Song
Rudyard Kipling
If you wake at midnight, and hear a horse's feet, Don't go drawing back the blind, or looking in the street. Them that ask no questions isn't told ...Rate it:

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A Song of Defeat
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The line breaks and the guns go under, The lords and the lackeys ride the plain; I draw deep breaths of the dawn and thunder, And the whole of m...Rate it:

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A Stave Of Roving Tim
George Meredith
(ADDRESSED TO CERTAIN FRIENDLY TRAMPS.) I The wind is East, the wind is West, Blows in and out of haven; The wind that blows is the wind that's b...Rate it:

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A Storm in the Mountains
Charles Harpur
A lonely boy, far venturing from home Out on the half-wild herd’s faint tracks I roam; Mid rock-browned mountains, which with stony frown Glare ...Rate it:

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Address ToThe Devil
Robert Burns
O thou! whatever title suit thee,- Auld Hornie, Satan, Nick, or Clootie! Wha in yon cavern, grim an' sootie, Clos'd under hatches, Spairges about...Rate it:

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Against Quarreling and Fighting
Isaac Watts
Let dogs delight to bark and bite, For God hath made them so: Let bears and lions growl and fight, For 'tis their nature, too. But, children, you...Rate it:

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James Hogg
Ken ye how a Whig can fight, Aikendrum, Aikendrum Ken ye how a Whig can fight, Aikendrum He can fight the hero bright, with his heels and armour ti...Rate it:

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Almon Keefer
James Whitcomb Riley
Ah, Almon Keefer! what a boy you were, With your back-tilted hat and careless hair, And open, honest, fresh, fair face and eyes With their all-vary...Rate it:

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