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The Child Of The Islands - Autumn
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. BROWN Autumn cometh, with her liberal hand Binding the Harvest in a thousand sheaves: A yellow glory brightens o'er the land, Shines on that...Rate it:

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The Cure Of Calumette
William Henry Drummond
Dere's no voyageur on de reever never run hees canoe d'ecorce T'roo de roar an' de rush of de rapide, w'ere it jump lak a beeg w'ite horse, Dere's ...Rate it:

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The Death of the Hired Man
Robert Frost
Mary sat musing on the lamp-flame at the table Waiting for Warren. When she heard his step, She ran on tip-toe down the darkened passage To meet hi...Rate it:

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The Dutch in the Medway
Rudyard Kipling
If wars were won by feasting, Or victory by song, Or safety found in sleeping sound, How England would be strong! But honour and dominion Are not...Rate it:

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The End of Joi
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
They climbed the trees . . . As was told before, The Glugs climbed trees in the days of yore, When the oldes tree in the land to-day Was a tender l...Rate it:

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The God Of The Poor
William Morris
There was a lord that hight Maltete, Among great lords he was right great, On poor folk trod he like the dirt, None but God might do him hurt. Deus...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 Land Of Kisses
Isabella Valancy Crawford
Where is the Land of Kisses, Can you tell, tell, tell? Ah, yes; I know its blisses Very well! 'Tis not beneath the swinging Of the Jessamine, Where...Rate it:

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The Long Road Home
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
When I go back from Billy's place I always have to roam The mazy road, the crazy road that leads the long way home. Ma always says, "Why don't you ...Rate it:

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The Lure of Trees
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I honour all trees well; but, best of all, I love those scarred old veterans, proud and tall, Gazing from eminences, kingly wise, Across great swee...Rate it:

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The Maid Of Ocram, Or, Lord Gregory
John Clare
Gay was the Maid of Ocram As lady eer might be Ere she did venture past a maid To love Lord Gregory. Fair was the Maid of Ocram And shining like th...Rate it:

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The Maniac
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
I saw them sitting in the shade; The long green vines hung over, But could not hide the gold-haired maid And Earl, my dark-eyed lover. His arm was ...Rate it:

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The Merchant of Venice,: A Legend of Italy
Richard Harris Barham
I believe there are few But have heard of a Jew, Named Shylock, of Venice, as arrant a 'screw' In money transactions as ever you knew; An exorb...Rate it:

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The Messenger-Bird
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Thou art come from the spirits' land, thou bird! Thou art come from the spirits' land! Through the dark pine-grove let thy voice be heard, And tell...Rate it:

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The Mountain
Robert Frost
The mountain held the town as in a shadow I saw so much before I slept there once: I noticed that I missed stars in the west, Where its black body ...Rate it:

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The Old House And The New
William Henry Drummond
Is it only twelve mont' I play de fool, You're sure it 's correc' , ma dear? I 'm glad for hearin' you spik dat way For I t'ink it was twenty year,...Rate it:

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The Patient Countess. - extracted from Albion's England
William Warner
Impatience chaungeth smoke to flame, but jealousie is hell; Some wives by patience have reduc'd ill husbands to live well: As did the ladie of an e...Rate it:

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The Pearl
George Herbert
The Kingdom of heaven is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls; who, when he had found one, sold all that he had and bought it.—Matthew...Rate it:

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The Poppy
Francis Thompson
To Monica Summer set lip to earth's bosom bare, And left the flushed print in a poppy there: Like a yawn of fire from the grass it came, And the f...Rate it:

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The Rape of the Lock
Alexander Pope
Part 1 WHAT dire Offence from am'rous Causes springs, What mighty Contests rise from trivial Things, I sing -- This Verse to C---, Muse! is due; T...Rate it:

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The Rape of the Lock: Canto 1
Alexander Pope
Nolueram, Belinda, tuos violare capillos; Sedjuvat, hoc precibus me tribuisse tuis. (Martial, Epigrams 12.84) What dire offence from am...Rate it:

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The Rose Delima
William Henry Drummond
You can sew heem up in a canvas sack, An' t'row heem over boar' You can wait till de ship she 's comin' back Den bury heem on de shore For dead ma...Rate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XIV: Picture-Writing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In those days said Hiawatha, 'Lo! how all things fade and perish! From the memory of the old men Pass away the great traditions, The achievements o...Rate it:

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The Tendril’s Faith
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Under the snow in the dark and the cold, A pale little sprout was humming; Sweetly it sang, ‘neath the frozen mold, Of the beautiful days that ...Rate it:

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The Town Down by the River
Edwin Arlington Robinson
I Said the Watcher by the Way To the young and the unladen, To the boy and to the maiden, "God be with you both to-day. First your song came r...Rate it:

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