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Henry Kendall
LORDLY harp, by lordly master wakened from majestic sleep, Yet shall speak and yet shall sing the words which make the fathers weep! Voice surpassi...Rate it:

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Looking Death In The face
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
AY, in thy face, old fellow! Now's the time. The Black Sea wind flaps my tent-roof, nor wakes These lads of mine, who take of sleep their fill, ...Rate it:

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Henry Van Dyke
Let me but love my love without disguise, Nor wear a mask of fashion old or new, Nor wait to speak till I can hear a clue, Nor play a part to shine...Rate it:

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Love's Nocturne
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Master of the murmuring courts Where the shapes of sleep convene!-- Lo! my spirit here exhorts All the powers of thy demesne For their aid to woo m...Rate it:

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Love's Usury
John Donne
For every hour that thou wilt spare me now, I will allow, Usurious God of Love, twenty to thee, When with my brown, my grey hairs equal be; Till th...Rate it:

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Myself And Mine
Walt Whitman
MYSELF and mine gymnastic ever, To stand the cold or heat--to take good aim with a gun--to sail a boat--to manage horses--to beget ...Rate it:

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Elinor Morton Wylie
If we must cheat ourselves with any dream, Then let it be a dream of nobleness: Since it is necessary to express Gall from black grapes--to sew ...Rate it:

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Nature in Perfection
Richard Savage
Mater ait, tacta est dea Nomine Matris. Ovid --- Utinam modo dicere Possem Carmina digna dea, certe est dea carmine digna. Virgil Let hireling...Rate it:

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Pasha Bailey Ben
William Schwenck Gilbert
A proud Pasha was BAILEY BEN, His wives were three, his tails were ten; His form was dignified, but stout, Men called him "Little Roundabout." HIS...Rate it:

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Poem 7
Edmund Spenser
NOw is my loue all ready forth to come, Let all the virgins therefore well awayt, And ye fresh boyes that tend vpon her groome Prepare your selues;...Rate it:

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Portrait of a Lady
T. S. Eliot
Thou hast committed— Fornication: but that was in another country, And besides, the wench is dead. The Jew of Malta. I Among t...Rate it:

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Psalm 148 Paraphrased
Isaac Watts
Universal praise to God. Loud hallelujahs to the Lord, From distant worlds where creatures dwell; Let heav'n begin the solemn word, And sound it d...Rate it:

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Recollections of a Dreamland
James Clerk Maxwell
Rouse ye! torpid daylight-dreamers, cast your carking cares away! As calm air to troubled water, so my night is to your day; All the dreary day you...Rate it:

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Rhyme Builder
Robert William Service
I envy not those gay galoots Who count on dying in their boots; For that, to tell the sober truth Sould be the privilege of youth; But aged bones a...Rate it:

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Robin Hood And The Potter
Andrew Lang
In schomer, when the leves spryng, The bloschems on every bowe, So merey doyt the berdys syng Yn wodys merey now. Herkens, god yemen, Comley, cort...Rate it:

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Salutation The Third
Ezra Pound
Let us deride the smugness of 'The Times': GUFFAW! So much for the gagged reviewers, It will pay them when the worms are wriggling in their vitals;...Rate it:

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Sing a New Song
Sir Francis Bacon
O sing a new song, to our God above, Avoid profane ones, 'tis for holy choir: Let Israel sing song of holy love To him that made them, with their h...Rate it:

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Francis Scott Key
WHEN the warrior returns, from the battle afar, To the home and the country he nobly defended, O! warm be the welcome to gladden his ear, And loud ...Rate it:

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Song be Delicate
John Shaw Neilson
Let your song be delicate. The skies declare No war — the eyes of lovers Wake everywhere. Let your voice be delicate. How faint a thing...Rate it:

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Song Of The Highest Tower
Arthur Rimbaud
Idle youth Enslaved to everything, By being too sensitive I have wasted my life. Ah ! Let the time come When hearts are enamoured. I said to...Rate it:

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Sonnet LXIV: No More, My Dear
Sir Philip Sidney
No more, my dear, no more these counsels try; Oh, give my passions leave to run their race; Let Fortune lay on me her worst disgrace; Let folk o'er...Rate it:

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Sonnet XV: Now, Round My Favour'd Grot
Mary Darby Robinson
Now, round my favor'd grot let roses rise, To strew the bank where Phaon wakes from rest; O! happy buds! to kiss his burning breast, And die, benea...Rate it:

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Spring - The First Pastoral ; or Damon
Alexander Pope
First in these fields I try the sylvan strains, Nor blush to sport on Windsor's blissful plains: Fair Thames, flow gently from thy sacred spring, W...Rate it:

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Paul Verlaine
Let's dance the jig! Above all else I loved her eyes, More clear than stars of cloudless skies, And arch and mischievous and wise. Let's dance th...Rate it:

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Table Song
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
O'ER me--how I cannot say,-- Heav'nly rapture's growing. Will it help to guide my way To yon stars all-glowing? Yet that here I'd sooner be, To ...Rate it:

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