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The Host Of The Air
William Butler Yeats
O'DRISCOLL drove with a song The wild duck and the drake From the tall and the tufted reeds Of the drear Hart Lake. And he saw how the reeds grew d...Rate it:

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The Island Of Endless Play
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Said Willie to Tom 'Let us hie away To the wonderful Island of Endless Play. It lies off the border of 'No School Land' And abounds with pleasures...Rate it:

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The Little Girl's Song
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Do not mind my crying, Papa, I am not crying for pain. Do not mind my shaking, Papa, I am not shaking with fear; Tho' the wild wild wind is bideous...Rate it:

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The Log Jam
William Henry Drummond
1 Dere 'a s beeg jam up de reever, w'ere rapide is runnin' fas', 2 An' de log we cut las' winter is takin' it all de room; 3 So boss o...Rate it:

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The Loving Ballad Of Lord Bateman
Andrew Lang
Lord Bateman was a noble lord, A noble lord of high degree; He shipped himself all aboard of a ship, Some foreign country for to see. He sailed ea...Rate it:

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The Old Man's Wish
Anonymous Americas
If I live to be old, for I find I go down, Let this be my fate: In a country town May I have a warm house, with a stone at the gate, An...Rate it:

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The Sea's Temptation
Anon
It pours and runs in and out Without a fear or hesitation Churning, breaking, falling, clashing Grey armies the storm’s banners fly Heaven and lev...Rate it:

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The Shepherds Calendar - January- Winters Day
John Clare
Withering and keen the winter comes While comfort flyes to close shut rooms And sees the snow in feathers pass Winnowing by the window glass And un...Rate it:

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The Walk
Friedrich Schiller
Hail to thee, mountain beloved, with thy glittering purple-dyed summit! Hail to thee also, fair sun, looking so lovingly on! Thee, too, I hail,...Rate it:

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At Dawn
Alfred Noyes
O Hesper-Phosphor, far away Shining, the first, the last white star, Hear’st thou the strange, the ghostly cry, That moan of an ancient agony F...Rate it:

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Cradle Song
Alfred Lord Tennyson
What does little birdie say In her nest at peep of day? Let me fly, says little birdie, Mother, let me fly away. Birdie, rest a little longer, Till...Rate it:

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Discipline
George Herbert
THROW away Thy rod, Throw away Thy wrath; O my God, Take the gentle path! For my heart's desire Unto Thine is bent: I aspire To a ful...Rate it:

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To My Fairy Fancies
Sarojini Naidu
NAY, no longer I may hold you, In my spirit's soft caresses, Nor like lotus-leaves enfold you In the tangles of my tresses. Fairy fancies, fly ...Rate it:

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Little Paul
Louisa May Alcott
CHEERFUL voices by the sea-side Echoed through the summer air, Happy children, fresh and rosy, Sang and sported freely there, Often turning fri...Rate it:

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Mother, I May Have Been A Naughty Child
Kazi Nazrul Islam
Mother, I may have been a naughty child, But I am your child nevertheless! You own the world, mother, you are the queen of the world, And look at ...Rate it:

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Lost
Andrew Barton Paterson
"He ought to be home," said the old man, "without there's something amiss. He only went to the Two-mile -- he ought to be back by this. He would ...Rate it:

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A Ballad
James Whitcomb Riley
With A Serious Conclusion Crowd about me, little children-- Come and cluster 'round my knee While I tell a little story That happened once with me...Rate it:

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A Ballad, Shewing How An Old Woman Rode Double, And Who Rode Before Her
Robert Southey
The Raven croak'd as she sate at her meal, And the Old Woman knew what he said, And she grew pale at the Raven's tale, And sicken'd and went to her...Rate it:

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A Fancy
Frederick George Scott
A LITTLE sprite sat on a moonbeam, When the night was waning away, And over the world to the eastward Spread the first faint flush of day. ...Rate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet VI
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Away from sorrow! Yes, indeed, away! Who said that care behind the horseman sits? The train to Paris, as it flies to--day, Whirls its bold rider cl...Rate it:

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A Song Of Exmoor
Sir Henry Newbolt
The Forest above and the Combe below, On a bright September morn! He's the soul of a clod who thanks not God That ever his body was born! So hurry ...Rate it:

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Beautiful North Berwick
William Topaz McGonagall
North Berwick is a watering-place with golfing links green, With a fine bathing beach most lovely to be seen; And there's a large number of handsom...Rate it:

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Celia
Lola Ridge
Cherry, cherry, glowing on the hearth, bright red cherry…. When you try to pick up cherry Celia’s shriek sticks in you like a pin. When God throws...Rate it:

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Child and mother
Eugene Field
O mother-my-love, if you'll give me your hand, And go where I ask you to wander, I will lead you away to a beautiful land,-- The Dreamland that's...Rate it:

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Dark-Browed Martha
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
When the frost-king clothed the forests In a flood of gorgeous dyes, Death called little dark-browed Martha To her mansion in the skies. 'Twas a ca...Rate it:

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