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The Sleeping Beauty
Henry Lawson
“Call that a yarn!” said old Tom Pugh, “What rot! I’ll lay my hat I’ll sling you a yarn worth more nor two Such pumped-up yarns as that.” And there...Rate it:

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The Stror 'At Coot
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Ar, wimmin! Wot a blinded fool I've been! I arsts meself, wot else could I ixpeck? I done me block complete on this Doreen, An' now me 'eart is br...Rate it:

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The Suicide
Edna St. Vincent Millay
"Curse thee, Life, I will live with thee no more! Thou hast mocked me, starved me, beat my body sore! And all for a pledge that was not pledged by ...Rate it:

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The Things
Conrad Potter Aiken
The house in Broad Street, red brick, with nine rooms the weedgrown graveyard with its rows of tombs the jail from which imprisoned faces grinned...Rate it:

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The Three Knocks
Roderic Quinn
WHEN the owl that scared the mouse Fluffed his feathers and sat still, And the night around was chill, On the door of yonder house Someone knocked,...Rate it:

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The Tragedy,
Richard Harris Barham
Quæque ipse miserrima vidi.-- VIRGIL. Catherine of Cleves was a Lady of rank, She had lands and fine houses, and cash in the Bank; She had jewe...Rate it:

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The True Lover
Alfred Edward Housman
The lad came to the door at night, When lovers crown their vows, And whistled soft and out of sight In shadow of the boughs. "I shall not vex ...Rate it:

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The Tryst
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Just when all hope had perished in my soul, And balked desire made havoc with my mind, My cruel Ladye suddenly grew kind, And sent those graciou...Rate it:

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The Twa Jocks
Robert William Service
Says Bauldy MacGreegor frae Gleska tae Hecky MacCrimmon frae Skye: "That's whit I hate maist aboot fechtin' -- it makes ye sae deevilish dry; Noo j...Rate it:

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The Two Angels. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Two angels, one of Life and one of Death, Passed o'er our village as the morning broke; The dawn was on their faces, and beneath, The sombre houses...Rate it:

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The Vigil
Roderic Quinn
THE rain is falling on the roof, And no sound else disturbs the wife, Except the trees and winds at strife, Now near at hand and now aloof; But lis...Rate it:

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The Wallaby Brigade
Andrew Barton Paterson
You often have been told of regiments brave and bold, But we are the bravest in the land; We're called the Tag-rag Band, and we rally in Queensland...Rate it:

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The Way I read a Letter's—this
Emily Dickinson
The Way I read a Letter's—this— 'Tis first—I lock the Door— And push it with my fingers—next— For transport it be sure— And then I go the furthest...Rate it:

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The Way Of The Bush
Alice Guerin Crist
A night of storm and wind and rain, Tall trees bowing beneath the blast That shakes and rattles the window-pane, And a thunderous roar as the creek...Rate it:

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The Widow and Her Son XXI
Khalil Gibran
Night fell over North Lebanon and snow was covering the villages surrounded by the Kadeesha Valley, giving the fields and prairies the appearance o...Rate it:

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The Workhouse Clock
Thomas Hood
An Allegory There's a murmur in the air, And noise in every street— The murmur of many tongues, The noise of numerous feet— While round the Wo...Rate it:

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The Young British Soldier
Rudyard Kipling
When the 'arf-made recruity goes out to the East 'E acts like a babe an' 'e drinks like a beast, An' 'e wonders because 'e is frequent deceased ...Rate it:

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Tho' I get home how late—how late
Emily Dickinson
Tho' I get home how late—how late— So I get home - 'twill compensate— Better will be the Ecstasy That they have done expecting me— When Night—desce...Rate it:

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Thora
Celia Thaxter
Come under my cloak, my darling! Thou little Norwegian main! Nor wind, nor rain, nor rolling sea Shall chill or make thee afraid. Come close, litt...Rate it:

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To an Ungentle Critic
Robert Graves
The great sun sinks behind the town Through a red mist of Volnay wine.... But what’s the use of setting down That glorious blaze behind the town...Rate it:

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To-Morrow (From The Spanish Of Lope De Vega)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Lord, what am I, that with unceasing care Thou did'st seek after me, that Thou did'st wait Wet with unhealthy dews before my gate, And pass the ...Rate it:

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Tract
William Carlos Williams
I will teach you my townspeople how to perform a funeral for you have it over a troop of artists- unless one should scour the world- you have the g...Rate it:

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Two Kopjes
Rudyard Kipling
(Made Yeomanry towards End of Boer War) Only two African kopjes, Only the cart-tracks that wind Empty and open between 'em, Only the Trans...Rate it:

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Uncle Jim
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'I got no time fer wasters, lad,' sez 'e, 'Give me a man wiv grit,' sez Uncle Jim. 'E bores 'is cute ole eyes right into me, While I stares 'ard a...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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