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Fame
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
HAVE I played fellowship with night, to see The allied armies break our gates at dawn And let our general in ? By Bacchus, no ! I have not left my ...Rate it:

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My Irish Love
Isabella Valancy Crawford
Beside the saffron of a curtain, lit With broidered flowers, below a golden fringe That on her silver shoulder made a glow, Like the sun kissing li...Rate it:

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The Eve of Crecy
William Morris
Gold on her head, and gold on her feet, And gold where the hems of her kirtle meet, And a golden girdle round my sweet; Ah! qu'elle est belle La ...Rate it:

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The Golden Rose
Edith Nesbit
A POOR lost princess, weary and worn, Came over the down by the wind-washed moor, And the king looked out on her grace forlorn, And he took her ...Rate it:

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The Maids Of Attitash
John Greenleaf Whittier
In sky and wave the white clouds swam, And the blue hills of Nottingham Through gaps of leafy green Across the lake were seen, When, in the shadow...Rate it:

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The Treasure Of Abram
John Boyle O'Reilly
I. IN the old Rabbinical stories, So old they might well be true,— The sacred tales of the Talmud, That David and Solomon knew,— There is one o...Rate it:

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A Song Of Trafalgar
Edith Nesbit
LIKE an angry sun, like a splendid star, War gleams down the long years' track; They strain at the leash, the dogs of war, And who shall hold th...Rate it:

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A Dream of the Melbourne Cup
Andrew Barton Paterson
Bring me a quart of colonial beer And some doughy damper to make good cheer, I must make a heavy dinner; Heavily dine and heavily sup, Of indig...Rate it:

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All For The Cause
William Morris
Hear a word, a word in season, for the day is drawing nigh, When the Cause shall call upon us, some to live, and some to die! He that dies shall n...Rate it:

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Five Critcisms
Alfred Noyes
I. (_On many recent novels by the conventional unconventionalists_.) Old Pantaloon, lean-witted, dour and rich, After grim years of soul-destroyi...Rate it:

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Last Instructions to a Painter
Andrew Marvell
After two sittings, now our Lady State To end her picture does the third time wait. But ere thou fall'st to work, first, Painter, see If't ben't...Rate it:

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Prometheus - Christ
John Boyle O'Reilly
LASHED to the planet, glaring at the sky, An eagle at his heart—the Pagan Christ! Why is it, Mystery? O, dumb Darkness, why Have always men, wi...Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. The Student's Tale; The Cobbler of Hagenau
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I trust that somewhere and somehow You all have heard of Hagenau, A quiet, quaint, and ancient town Among the green Alsatian hills, A place of vall...Rate it:

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The Joy Of Being Poor
Robert William Service
I Let others sing of gold and gear, the joy of being rich; But oh, the days when I was poor, a vagrant in a ditch! When every dawn was like a gem,...Rate it:

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The Shepherd And The Calm
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Soothing his Passions with a warb'ling Sound, A Shepherd-Swain lay stretch'd upon the Ground; Whilst all were mov'd, who their Attention lent, Or ...Rate it:

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The Song Of The Soldier-Born
Robert William Service
Give me the scorn of the stars and a peak defiant; Wail of the pines and a wind with the shout of a giant; Night and a trail unknown and a heart re...Rate it:

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To A Successful Man
Alfred Noyes
(WHAT THE GHOSTS SAID.) And after all the labour and the pains, After the heaping up of gold on gold, After success that locked your feet in chains...Rate it:

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Bound For California
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
With buoyant heart he left his home for that bright wond’rous land Where gold ore gleams in countless mines, and gold dust strews the sand; And you...Rate it:

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Economy, A Rhapsody, Addressed to Young Poets
William Shenstone
Insanis; omnes gelidis quaecunqne lacernis Sunt tibi, Nasones Virgiliosque vides. ~Mart. Imitation. --Thou know'st not what thou say'st; In garmen...Rate it:

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Elegy XIX. - Written in Spring, 1743
William Shenstone
Again the labouring hind inverts the soil; Again the merchant ploughs the tumid wave; Another spring renews the soldier's toil, And finds me vacant...Rate it:

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From The Tuscan
Edith Nesbit
WHEN in the west the red sun sank in glory, The cypress trees stood up like gold, fine gold; The mother told her little child the story Of the gold...Rate it:

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In Exchange For His Soul!
Isabella Valancy Crawford
Long time one whisper'd in his ear-- 'Give me my strong, pure soul; behold 'Tis mine to give what men hold dear-- The treasure of red gold.' 'I br...Rate it:

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La Muse Vénale (The Venal Muse)
Charles Baudelaire
Ô muse de mon coeur, amante des palais, Auras-tu, quand Janvier lâchera ses Borées, Durant les noirs ennuis des neigeuses soirées, Un tison pour ch...Rate it:

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Madona Mia
Algernon Charles Swinburne
UNDER green apple-boughs That never a storm will rouse, My lady hath her house Between two bowers; In either of the twain Red roses full of rain; S...Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. The Spanish Jew's Tale; Kambalu
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Into the city of Kambalu, By the road that leadeth to Ispahan, At the head of his dusty caravan, Laden with treasure from realms afar, Baldacca and...Rate it:

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