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Exposure
Wilfred Owen
I 1 Our brains ache, in the merciless iced east winds that knife us ... 2 Wearied we keep awake because the night is silent ... 3 Low drooping fl...Rate it:

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Externalism
Robert William Service
The Greatest Writer of to-day (With Maupassant I almost set him) Said to me in a weary way, The last occasion that I met him: "Old chap, this world...Rate it:

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Extracts From An Opera
John Keats
O! were I one of the Olympian twelve, Their godships should pass this into law,-- That when a man doth set himself in toil After some beauty veiled...Rate it:

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Extreme Unction
Ernest Christopher Dowson
Upon the eyes, the lips, the feet, On all the passages of sense, The atoning oil is spread with sweet Renewal of lost innocence. The feet, that la...Rate it:

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Facility
Robert William Service
So easy 'tis to make a rhyme, That did the world but know it, Your coachman might Parnassus climb, Your butler be a poet. Then, oh, how charming i...Rate it:

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Fading
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
All in the beautiful Autumn weather One thought lingers with me and stays; Death and winter are coming together, Though both are veiled by the ...Rate it:

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Fainting by the Way
Henry Kendall
Swarthy wastelands, wide and woodless, glittering miles and miles away, Where the south wind seldom wanders and the winters will not stay; Lurid wa...Rate it:

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Fairies
Alice Guerin Crist
They don’t believe in fairies, Those old folk wide and staid, They’ve never caught the glitter Of their wings in forest shade. For them the bush i...Rate it:

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Fairy Song
Louisa May Alcott
The moonlight fades from flower and rose And the stars dim one by one; The tale is told, the song is sung, And the Fairy feast is done. The nig...Rate it:

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Fairy Tale
Katherine Mansfield
Now this is the story of Olaf Who ages and ages ago Lived right on the top of a mountain, A mountain all covered with snow. And he was quite prett...Rate it:

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Faith and Despondency
Emily Jane Brontë
The winter wind is loud and wild, Come close to me, my darling child; Forsake thy books, and mateless play; And, while the night is gathering grey,...Rate it:

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Faith in God
Henry Kendall
HAVE faith in God. For whosoever lists To calm conviction in these days of strife, Will learn that in this steadfast stand exists The scholarship s...Rate it:

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Faith, Love and Death
Dowell O'Reilly
GREY dawn—and lucent star that slowly paled Beyond the breaking splendour of the years, When boyhood’s heart looked up to heaven, through t...Rate it:

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Faith..
Joy O' Pateng
Walking in the middle of the night Because, I didn't know My right Nor left... As I wandered through The darkest streets Of Pain I came Upon this ...Rate it:

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Faithful In Vanity-Fair
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
I. THE great human whirlpool--'t is seething and seething: On! No time for shrieking out--scarcely for breathing: All toiling and moiling, some ...Rate it:

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Fall In, My Men, Fall In
Henry Lawson
The short hour's halt is ended, The red gone from the west, The broken wheel is mended, And the dead men laid to rest. Three days have we retre...Rate it:

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Fall In, My Men, Fall In
Henry Lawson
The short hour's halt is ended, The red gone from the west, The broken wheel is mended, And the dead men laid to rest. Three days have we retreated...Rate it:

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Fallen
Ada Cambridge
For want of bread to eat and clothes to wear — Because work failed and streets were deep in snow, And this meant food and fire — she fell so low, S...Rate it:

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Fallen Majesty
William Butler Yeats
Although crowds gathered once if she but showed her face, And even old men's eyes grew dim, this hand alone, Like some last courtier at a gypsy c...Rate it:

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Falling Asleep
Siegfried Sassoon
Voices moving about in the quiet house: Thud of feet and a muffled shutting of doors: Everyone yawning. Only the clocks are alert. Out in the n...Rate it:

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Fame
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
HAVE I played fellowship with night, to see The allied armies break our gates at dawn And let our general in ? By Bacchus, no ! I have not left my ...Rate it:

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Fame [One thousand years I slept beneath the sod]
Ambrose Bierce
One thousand years I slept beneath the sod, My sleep in 1901 beginning, Then, by the action of some scurvy god Who happened then to recollect my si...Rate it:

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Family Feud, or Coevolution
Xiaoyuan Yin
Family Feud, or Coevolution By Xiaoyuan Yin It flows from remote antiquity into unchronicled future ages: Oceans and fresh continental shelves, N...Rate it:

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Fanscomb Barn
Anne Kingsmill Finch
In Fanscomb Barn (who knows not Fanscomb Barn?) Seated between the sides of rising Hills, Whose airy Tops o'erlook the Gallick Seas, Whilst, gen...Rate it:

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Far In a Western Brookland
Alfred Edward Housman
Far in a western brookland That bred me long ago The poplars stand and tremble By pools I used to know. There, in the windless night-time, Th...Rate it:

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