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The Graveyard By The Sea
Paul Valery
This quiet roof, where dove-sails saunter by, Between the pines, the tombs, throbs visibly. Impartial noon patterns the sea in flame -- That sea fo...Rate it:

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The Gray Brother
Sir Walter Scott
The Pope he was saying the high, high mass, All on Saint Peter's day, With the power, to him given, by the saints of heaven, To wash men's sins awa...Rate it:

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The Hall And The Wood
William Morris
’Twas in the water-dwindling tide When July days were done, Sir Rafe of Greenhowes, ’gan to ride In the earliest of the sun. He left the white-wal...Rate it:

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The House Delirious
Leon Gellert
Come in and tread thou quietly Within the duskiness. This twilight thou dost see Is but the moment passing. Make no guess Upon these ragged tapestr...Rate it:

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The House in which Roscoe was Born
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
A LOWLY roof, an English farm-house roof— What is the train of thought that it should wake ? Why cheerful evenings, when the winter cold Grows glad...Rate it:

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The Manor Farm
Edward Thomas
THE rock-like mud unfroze a little, and rills Ran and sparkled down each side of the road Under the catkins wagging in the hedge. But earth woul...Rate it:

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The Midnight Mass
Ada Cambridge
An incident of the French Revolution. The light lay trembling in a silver bar Along the western borders of the sky; From out the shadowy dome a lit...Rate it:

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The Only Son
Rudyard Kipling
She dropped the bar, she shot the bolt, she fed the fire anew For she heard a whimper under the sill and a great grey paw came through. The fresh f...Rate it:

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The Poor Singing Dame
Mary Darby Robinson
Beneath an old wall, that went round an old Castle, For many a year, with brown ivy o'erspread; A neat little Hovel, its lowly roof raising, Defied...Rate it:

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The Song of the Shirt
Thomas Hood
The Song of the Shirt With fingers weary and worn, With eyelids heavy and red, A woman sat, in unwomanly rags, Plying her needle and thre...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 3 E (Escape)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
    One weary time, when he had thrown Himself on his cold bed of stone, Sudden he heard a stranger hand Undo the grating's iron band: He knew 'twa...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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The Wreck of the Columbine
William Topaz McGonagall
Kind Christians, all pay attention to me, And Miss Mouat's sufferings I'll relate to ye; While on board the Columbine, on the merciless sea, Tossin...Rate it:

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They Were Welcome To Their Belief
Robert Frost
Grief may have thought it was grief. Care may have thought it was care. They were welcome to their belief, The overimportant pair. No, it took all...Rate it:

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Thunder In The Garden
William Morris
When the boughs of the garden hang heavy with rain And the blackbird reneweth his song, And the thunder departing yet rolleth again, I remember the...Rate it:

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Robert Herrick
Command the roof, great Genius, and from thence Into this house pour down thy influence, That through each room a golden pipe may run Of living wat...Rate it:

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Underground System
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Set the foot down with distrust upon the crust of the world—it is thin. Moles are at work beneath us; they have tunneled the sub-soil With separa...Rate it:

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Verses Left by Mr. Pope
Alexander Pope
With no poetic ardour fir'd I press the bed where Wilmot lay; That here he lov'd, or here expir'd, Begets no numbers grave or gay. Beneath thy roo...Rate it:

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Wat Tyler - Act II
Robert Southey
ACT II. SCENE— BLACKHEATH. TYLER, HOB, &c. SONG. ' When Adam delv'd, and Eve span, ' Who was then the gentleman?' Wretched is the infant...Rate it:

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When To The Attractions Of The Busy World
William Wordsworth
WHEN, to the attractions of the busy world, Preferring studious leisure, I had chosen A habitation in this peaceful Vale, Sharp season followed of ...Rate it:

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An Alphabet of Famous Goops
Gelett Burgess
AN ALPHABET OF FAMOUS GOOPS. Which you 'll Regard with Yells and Whoops. Futile Acumen! For you Yourselves are Doubtless Dupes Of Failings...Rate it:

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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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Freedom Fighters
With a big bang of an uproar Your hit, think tank is so flawed. Trails of blood your tanks draw Bulldozing homes & what's more. Indiscriminate y...Rate it:

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Gunga Din
Rudyard Kipling
You may talk o' gin and beer When you're quartered safe out 'ere, An' you're sent to penny-fights an' Aldershot it; But when it comes to slaughter ...Rate it:

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Love Language
Ehsan Sehgal
Love is the language Of your heart and soul You are the one I have waited Love yet to be unified Heart to heart Soul to soul Forever I am the truth...Rate it:

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