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Epimetheus, or the Poet's Afterthought. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Have I dreamed? or was it real, What I saw as in a vision, When to marches hymeneal In the land of the Ideal Moved my thought o'er Fields Elysian? ...Rate it:

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Epistle Of Condolence From A Slave-Lord To A Cotton-Lord
Thomas Moore
Alas ! my dear friend, what a state of affairs ! How unjustly we both are despoil'd of our rights ! Not a pound of black flesh shall I leave to my ...Rate it:

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Epistle To The Honourable C. B.
James Beattie
When B*** invites me, and inviting sings, Instant I'd fly, (had heaven vouchsafed me wings) To hail him in that calm sequestered seat, Whence he lo...Rate it:

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Epitaph
Sara Teasdale
Serene descent, as a red leaf's descending When there is neither wind nor noise of rain, But only autum air and the unending Drawing of all things ...Rate it:

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Epitaph - On Himself
Matthew Prior
Nobles and Heralds, by your leave! Here lie the bones of Matthew Prior; A son of Adam and Eve: Let Bourbon or Nassau go higher. Rate it:

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Epitaph On Two Young Men Of The Name Of Leitch, Who Were Drowned In Crossing The River Southesk
James Beattie
O thou! whose steps in sacred reverence tread These lone dominions of the silent dead; On this sad stone a pious look bestow, Nor uninstructed read...Rate it:

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Epitaph [To This Grave Is Committed]
James Beattie
I was a friend, On this sad stone a pious look bestow, Nor uninstructed read this tale of woe; And while the sigh of sorrow heaves thy breast, L...Rate it:

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Epitaph, Intended For Himself
James Beattie
Escaped the gloom of mortal life, a soul Here leaves its mouldering tenement of clay, Safe where no cares their whelming billows roll, No doubts be...Rate it:

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Epitaphs Translated From Chiabrera
William Wordsworth
I WEEP not, beloved Friends! nor let the air For me with sighs be troubled. Not from life Have I been taken; this is genuine life And this alone--...Rate it:

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Epithalamion
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Hark, hearer, hear what I do; lend a thought now, make believe We are leafwhelmed somewhere with the hood Of some branchy bunchy bushybowered woo...Rate it:

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Epochs
Emma Lazarus
'The epochs of our life are not in the facts, but in the silent thought by the wayside as we walk.'-Emerson I. Youth. Sweet empty sky of June wit...Rate it:

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ER RIFUGGIO (The Refuge)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
A le curte: te vòi sbrigà d'Aggnesa Senza er risico tuo? Be', tu pprocura D'ammazzalla vicino a quarche chiesa: Poi scappa drento, e nun avé ppa...Rate it:

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ER ZAGRIFIZZIO D'ABBRAMO I (Abraham's Sacrifice 1)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
La Bibbia, ch'è una spece d'un'istoria, Dice che ttra la prima e ssiconn'arca Abbramo vorze fà da bon patriarca N'ojocaustico a Dio sur Montemor...Rate it:

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ER ZAGRIFIZZIO D'ABBRAMO III (Abraham's Sacrifice 3)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
"Pacenza", dice Isacco ar zu' padraccio, Se butta s'una pietra inginocchione, E quer boja de padre arza er marraccio Tra cap'e collo ar povero c...Rate it:

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Ergo Bibamus!
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
FOR a praiseworthy object we're now gather'd here, So, brethren, sing: ERGO BIBAMUS! Tho' talk may be hush'd, yet the glasses ring clear, R...Rate it:

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Erle Robert's Mice. In Chaucer's Style
Matthew Prior
Tway Mice, full Blythe and Amicable, Batten beside Erle Robert's Table. Lies there ne Trap their Necks to catch, Ne old black Cat their Steps to wa...Rate it:

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Eros Turannos
Edwin Arlington Robinson
She fears him, and will always ask What fated her to choose him; She meets in his engaging mask All reason to refuse him. But what she meets an...Rate it:

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Escape From The Snares Of Love
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
YOUNG LOVE has chains of metal rare, Heavy as gold-yet light as air: It chanced he caught a heart one day Which struggled hard, as loth to stay....Rate it:

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Esmeralda In Prison
Victor Marie Hugo
[OPERA OF 'ESMERALDA,' ACT IV., 1836.] Phoebus, is there not this side the grave, Power to save Those who're loving? Magic balm That will restore ...Rate it:

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Essence of essence is the birth of the weaker sex
Narsinh Mehta
Essence of essence is the birth of the weaker sex, For her strength alone can please the mighty hero! What's the use of this manliness, friend, Whe...Rate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XLVII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Sublime discussions! Let who will be wise! These are the things that touch us and transcend. The logic of all beauty is surprise, The reason of all...Rate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XV
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Thus it began with laughter. But anon The ox--eyed queen, who had resumed by rote The tale of her perfections one by one, Turned by some ominous ch...Rate it:

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Et Dona Ferentes
Rudyard Kipling
In extended observation of the ways and works of man, From the Four-mile Radius roughly to the Plains of Hindustan: I have drunk with mixed assemb...Rate it:

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Etching
William Ernest Henley
Two and thirty is the ploughman. He's a man of gallant inches, And his hair is close and curly, And his beard; But his face is wan and sunken, And ...Rate it:

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Ethics for Infants
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now, children, in this lesson of a rather novel sort Let us dwell, however briefly, on the moral phase of sport, Taking cricket, for example, and t...Rate it:

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