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My Cousin From Pall Mall
Arthur Patchett Martin
There’s nothing so exasperates a true Australian youth, Whatever be his rank in life, be he cultured or uncouth, As the manner of a London swell. N...Rate it:

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Our Maecenas
Victor James Daley
What! Don't you our Mæcenas know The man who started, years ago, Our Wild Australian Author show? You don't? Your ignorance sublime Exceeds - to...Rate it:

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The Battle Of The Wazzir
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
If ole Pharaoh, King of Egyp', 'ad been gazin' on the scene 'E'd' ave give the A.I.F. a narsty name When they done their little best to scrub 'is d...Rate it:

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The Monster Diamond
John Boyle O'Reilly
A TALE OF THE PENAL COLONY OF WEST AUSTRALIA. 'I’LL have it, I tell you! Curse you!—there!' The long knife glittered, was sheathed, and was bare. ...Rate it:

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The Ride Of Rody Burke
Alice Guerin Crist
The heat haze veiled the distant hills, the white clouds floated high, Drifting in slow content across the blue Australian sky; And down in Clancy’...Rate it:

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The Spirits of Our Fathers
Henry Lawson
THE SPIRITS of our fathers rise not from every wave, They left the sea behind them long ago; It was many years of “slogging,” where strong men must...Rate it:

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The Rhyme Of The Three Sealers
Rudyard Kipling
Away by the lands of the Japanee Where the paper lanterns glow And the crews of all the shipping drink In the house of Blood Stree...Rate it:

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Hunted Down
Henry Kendall
Two years had the tiger, whose shape was that of a sinister man, Been out since the night of escape - two years under horror and ban. In a time ful...Rate it:

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Lovers and a Reflection
Charles Stuart Calverley
In moss-prankt dells which the sunbeams flatter (And heaven it knoweth what that may mean; Meaning, however, is no great matter) Where woods are a-...Rate it:

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To. W. P.
George Santayana
I Calm was the sea to which your course you kept, Oh, how much calmer than all southern seas! Many your nameless mates, whom the keen breeze Wa...Rate it:

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A Song of Rain
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Because a little vagrant wind veered south from China Sea; Or else, because a sun-spot stirred; and yet again, maybe Because some idle god in play ...Rate it:

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For He Was a Jolly Good Fellow
Henry Lawson
THEY CHEERED him from the wharf—it was a glorious day: His hand went to his scarf—his thoughts were far away. Oh, he was “Jolly Good”, they sang it...Rate it:

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Hannah Thomburn
Henry Lawson
They lifted her out of a story Too sordid and selfish by far, They left me the innocent glory Of love that was pure as a star; They left me all gui...Rate it:

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Mine-Sweepers
Rudyard Kipling
Dawn off the Foreland -- the young flood making Jumbled and short and steep -- Black in the hollows and bright where it's breaking -- Awkward wa...Rate it:

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On the Lighthouse at Antibes
Mathilde Blind
A stormy light of sunset glows and glares Between two banks of cloud, and o'er the brine Thy fair lamp on the sky's carnation line Alone on the ...Rate it:

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Seaward to____
Celia Thaxter
HOW long it seems since that mild April night, When, leaning from the window, you and I Heard, clearly ringing from the shadowy bight, The loon’s u...Rate it:

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The Angels of Buena Vista
John Greenleaf Whittier
Speak and tell us, our Ximena, looking northward far away, O'er the camp of the invaders, o'er the Mexican array, Who is losing? who is winning? a...Rate it:

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The Folk-Mote By The River
William Morris
It was up in the morn we rose betimes From the hall-floor hard by the row of limes. It was but John the Red and I, And we were the brethren of Gre...Rate it:

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The Mine-Sweepers
Rudyard Kipling
Dawn off the Foreland -- the young flood making Jumbled and short and steep -- Black in the hollows and bright where it's breaking -- Awkward wa...Rate it:

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The Spring Oracle
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
OH prophetic bird so bright, Blossom-songster, cuckoo bight! In the fairest time of year, Dearest bird, oh! deign to hear What a youthful pair woul...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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Uncle Ned’s Tales: How The Flag Was Saved
John Boyle O'Reilly
‘TWAS a dismal winter's evening, fast without came down the snow, But within, the cheerful fire cast a ruddy, genial glow O'er our pleasant little...Rate it:

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Wallabi Joe
Andrew Barton Paterson
The saddle was hung on the stockyard rail, And the poor old horse stood whisking his tail, For there never was seen such a regular screw As Wallabi...Rate it:

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With Dickens
Henry Lawson
In Windsor Terrace, number four, I’ve taken my abode— A little crescent from the street, A bight from City Road; And, hard up and in exile, I To ma...Rate it:

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The Austral Months
Henry Kendall
January The first fair month! In singing Summer’s sphere She glows, the eldest daughter of the year. All light, all warmth, all passion, breaths o...Rate it:

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