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Amours de Voyage, Canto I
Arthur Hugh Clough
Over the great windy waters, and over the clear-crested summits, Unto the sun and the sky, and unto the perfecter earth, Come, let us go,--to a l...Rate it:

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An Echo
Jonathan Swift
Never sleeping, still awake, Pleasing most when most I speak; The delight of old and young, Though I speak without a tongue. Nought but one thing c...Rate it:

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An Epistle To Fleetwood Shephard, Esq. Burleigh, May 14, 1689
Matthew Prior
Sir, As once a twelvemonth to the priest, Holy at Rome, here Antichrist, The Spanish king presents a jennet To show his love, -- that's all that's...Rate it:

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An Invective Against Gold
Anne Killigrew
OF all the Poisons that the fruitful Earth E'er yet brought forth, or Monsters she gave Birth, Nought to Mankind has e'er so fatal been, As thou,...Rate it:

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An Ode : On Exodus iii. 14
Matthew Prior
On Exodus iii. 14. 'I am that I am.' Man! foolish man! Scarce know'st thou how thyself began, Scarce hadst thou thought enough to prove thou art,...Rate it:

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An Onset
James Clerk Maxwell
Hallo ye, my fellows! arise and advance, See the white-crested waves how they stamp and they dance! High over the reef there in anger and might, So...Rate it:

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And Doth Not a Meeting Like This
Thomas Moore
And doth not a meeting like this make amends For all the long years I've been wandering away -- To see thus around me my youth's early friends, ...Rate it:

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Anne Frank
Maria Durdan
The snow starts to fall After I die they build a wall I want to go home Where I can roam The soup is cold again I have the worst stomach pain I t...Rate it:

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Apologue
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
The thought suggested by a Spanish saying. "AIR—FIRE—WATER—SHAME." WATER. Seek for me in the Arab maid's bower, Where the fo...Rate it:

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Apostrophe
Charlotte Smith
TO AN OLD TREE. WHERE thy broad branches brave the bitter North, Like rugged, indigent, unheeded, worth, Lo! Vegetation's guardian hands emboss E...Rate it:

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Are You Ready To Fulfill The Tree's Last Wish?
Nikhil Parekh
You unsparingly spat leftovers of your food on its innocent body- -yet the same tree granted you the most tranquil contentment under its branches; ...Rate it:

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Arion
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
A lot of us were on the bark: Some framed a sail for windy weather, The others strongly and together Moved oars. In silence sunk, Keeping a rudder,...Rate it:

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Ascent To The Sierras
Robinson Jeffers
Beyond the great valley an odd instinctive rising Begins to possess the ground, the flatness gathers to little humps and barrows, low aiml...Rate it:

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At Any Cost
Kurt Philip Behm
Symptomatic folly, the tail now wags the dog Whose bark, it whimper’s drolly, all teeth removed and gone Reacting, never acting, new victims ...Rate it:

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At End Of A Holiday
Roderic Quinn
'LEAVES and brambles from hill and hollow Come and gather!' the children cried; 'The sun goes down, and the night will follow, A moonless night on ...Rate it:

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At Liberty
Ada Cambridge
1. No sight to me like sight of ships. No wine to me like salt- spray thrown By morning breezes on my lips; No music sweeter than the moan Of sole...Rate it:

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At Penshurst
Edmund Waller
Had Sacharissa lived when mortals made Choice of their deities, this sacred shade Had held an alter to her power, that gave The peace and glory wh...Rate it:

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At Sea
Aleister Crowley
As night hath stars, more rare than ships In ocean, faint from pole to pole, So all the wonder of her lips Hints her innavigable soul. Such lights...Rate it:

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Auguries of Innocence
William Blake
To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour. A Robin Red brea...Rate it:

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Bacchus and Ariadne
James Henry Leigh Hunt
The moist and quiet morn was scarcely breaking. When Ariadne in her bower was waking; Her eyelids still were closing, and she heard But indistinctl...Rate it:

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Ballad Of The Traitor’s Soul
Edgar Lee Masters
'Twas the shrunken soul of the traitor That whined in a coign of the dark; And the fiends were aroused from slumber, When Cerberus began to bark...Rate it:

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Barcarolle
Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy
The stars are dimly seen among the shadows of the bay, And lights that win are seen in strife with lights that die away. The wave is very still ...Rate it:

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Battle Of Brunanburgh
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Athelstan King, Lord among Earls, Bracelet-bestower and Baron of Barons, He with his brother, Edmund Atheling, ...Rate it:

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Beauty XXV
Khalil Gibran
And a poet said, "Speak to us of Beauty." Where shall you seek beauty, and how shall you find her unless she herself be your way and your guide? ...Rate it:

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Before a Statue of Achilles
George Santayana
I Behoild Pelides with his yellow hair, Proud child of Thetis, hero loved of Jove; Above the frowning of his brows of wove A crown of gold, well c...Rate it:

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