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The Invitation
Percy Bysshe Shelley
BEST and brightest, come away! Fairer far than this fair Day, Which, like thee to those in sorrow, Comes to bid a sweet good-morrow To the roug...Rate it:

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The Klondike
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Never mind the day we left, or the day the women clung to us; All we need now is the last way they looked at us. Never mind the twelve men there ...Rate it:

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The Lament For Shuil Donald’s Daughter
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. IN old Shuil Donald's cottage there are many voices weeping, And stifled sobs, and murmurings of sorrow wild and vain, For the old man's cher...Rate it:

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The Land Of Nowhere
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Do you know where the summer blooms all the year 'round, Where there never is rain on a pic-nic day? Where the thornless rose in its beauty blows A...Rate it:

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The mariner
Emily Pauline Johnson
"Wreck and stray and castaway."--SWINBURNE. Once more adrift. O'er dappling sea and broad lagoon, O'er frowning cliff and yellow dune, The ...Rate it:

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The Mylora Elopement
Andrew Barton Paterson
By the winding Wollondilly where the weeping willows weep, And the shepherd, with his billy, half awake and half asleep, Folds his fleecy flocks ...Rate it:

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The Oyster Schooner
William Henry Drummond
W'at's all dem bell a ringin' for, a can hear dem ev'ry w'ere? W'at's bring de peop' togeder on de w'arf at Trois Rivieres, Dat happy crowd is look...Rate it:

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The Poor Ghost
Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Oh whence do you come, my dear friend, to me, With your golden hair all fallen below your knee, And your face as white as snowdrops on the lea, An...Rate it:

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The Revenge - A Ballad of the Fleet
Alfred Lord Tennyson
I AT Flores, in the Azores Sir Richard Grenville lay, And a pinnace, like a flutter’d bird, came flying from far away; “Spanish ships of war a...Rate it:

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The Stolen Child
William Butler Yeats
Where dips the rocky highland Of Sleuth Wood in the lake, There lies a leafy island Where flapping herons wake The drowsy water rats; There we've ...Rate it:

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The Stolen God--Lazarus To Dives
Edith Nesbit
We do not clamour for vengeance, We do not whine for fear; We have cried in the outer darkness Where was no man to hear. We cried to man and he hea...Rate it:

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The Sunderland Calamity
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the town of Sunderland, and in the year of 1883, That about 200 children were launch'd into eternity While witnessing an entertainment in ...Rate it:

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The Teacher's Monologue
Charlotte Brontë
THE room is quiet, thoughts alone People its mute tranquillity; The yoke put on, the long task done,­ I am, as it is bliss to be, Still and unt...Rate it:

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The Three Ponds in Hellbrunn
Georg Trakl
The First Around the flowers the blowflies reel, Around the pale flowers on dull flood, Go away! Go away! The air burns! In the depth the fervo...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 3 B (Death)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
I saw her!—on the ground she lay, The life blood ebbing fast away; But almost as she could not die Without my hand to close her eye! ...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 3 C (The Aged Man)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
'Tis strange how much I still retain Of these wild tortures of my brain, Though now they but to memory seem A curse, a madness, and a d...Rate it:

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The Village of Tayport and Its Surroundings
William Topaz McGonagall
All ye pleasure-seekers, where'er ye be, I pray ye all be advised by me, Go and visit Tayport on the banks o' the Tay, And there ye can spend a ple...Rate it:

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The Voices Of The Death Chamber
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
The night lamp is faintly gleaming Within my chamber still, And the heavy shades of midnight Each gloomy angle fill, And my worn and weary watchers...Rate it:

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The Weaver
Archibald Lampman
All day, all day, round the clacking net The weaver's fingers fly: Gray dreams like frozen mists are set In the hush of the weaver's eye; A voice f...Rate it:

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The Widow's Party
Rudyard Kipling
"Where have you been this while away, Johnnie, Johnnie?" 'Long with the rest on a picnic lay, Johnnie, my Johnnie, aha! They called us out ...Rate it:

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The Windigo
William Henry Drummond
Go easy wit' de paddle, an' steady wit' de oar Geev rudder to de bes' man you got among de crew, Let ev'ry wan be quiet, don't let dem sing no more...Rate it:

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There Is A Fountain Filled With Blood
William Cowper
There is a fountain filled with blood drawn from Emmanuel’s veins; And sinners plunged beneath that flood lose all their guilty stains. Lose all th...Rate it:

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To The Stork. (Armenian Popular Song, From The Prose Version Of Alishan)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Welcome, O Stork! that dost wing Thy flight from the far-away! Thou hast brought us the signs of Spring, Thou hast made our sad hearts gay. De...Rate it:

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Views of Life
Anne Brontë
When sinks my heart in hopeless gloom, And life can shew no joy for me; And I behold a yawning tomb, Where bowers and palaces should be; In vain y...Rate it:

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Wat Tyler - Act I
Robert Southey
ACT I. SCENE, A BLACKSMITH'S-SHOP Wat Tyler at work within. A May-pole before the Door. ALICE, PIERS, &c. SONG. CHEERFUL on this holiday...Rate it:

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