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Ode XIII: On Lyric Poetry
Mark Akenside
I. 1. Once more I join the Thespian choir, And taste the inspiring fount again: O parent of the Grecian lyre, Admit me to thy powerful strain— And ...Rate it:

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Playtime
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Brothers! (I address myself to that chosen few - which includes you, My dear reader - who Are men of understanding, bright intellect and horse-sens...Rate it:

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Rain
Kenneth R. Jenkins
Shower me Wash me clean Let your rain shower me Wash me redeem My soul so I be made whole Once more And more And once more be clean. Let i...Rate it:

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River Roads
Carl Sandburg
Let the crows go by hawking their caw and caw. They have been swimming in midnights of coal mines somewhere. Let 'em hawk their caw and caw. Le...Rate it:

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Semper Eadem (Ever The Same)
Charles Baudelaire
«D'où vous vient, disiez-vous, cette tristesse étrange, Montant comme la mer sur le roc noir et nu?» — Quand notre coeur a fait une fois sa vendang...Rate it:

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The Avenger
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
It is customary among many of the Arab tribes, when a chief is slain, to preserve his sandals, which are given to his son or nearest kinsman when o...Rate it:

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The Fable of Dryope - Ovid's Metamorphoses Book 9, [v. 324-393]
Alexander Pope
She said, and for her lost Calanthis sighs, When the fair Consort of her son replies. 'Since you a servant's ravish'd form bemoan, And kindly sigh ...Rate it:

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The First Walpurgis-Night
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
A DRUID. SWEET smiles the May! The forest gay From frost and ice is freed; No snow is found, Glad songs resound Across the verdant mead. ...Rate it:

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The Leader That Was Pushed
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Once on a time a general whose name is handed down To the present generation as a name of high renown Once on a time this general - I trust you un...Rate it:

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To Faneuil Hall
John Greenleaf Whittier
MEN! if manhood still ye claim, If the Northern pulse can thrill, Roused by wrong or stung by shame, Freely, strongly still; Let the sounds of traf...Rate it:

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The Gardener XLII: O Mad, Superbly Drunk
Rabindranath Tagore
O mad, superbly drunk; If you kick open your doors and play the fool in public; If you empty your bag in a night, and snap your fingers at...Rate it:

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A Little Prayer
Robert William Service
Let us be thankful, Lord, for little things - The song of birds, the rapture of the rose; Cloud-dappled skies, the laugh of limpid springs, Drowned...Rate it:

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A March Snow
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Let the old snow be covered with the new: The trampled snow, so soiled, and stained, and sodden. Let it be hidden wholly from our view By pure w...Rate it:

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A New-Year Hymn
Anna Laetitia Waring
Sunlight of the heavenly day, Mighty to revive and cheer, Bless our yet untrodden way, Lead us through the entered year. Where the shades of death ...Rate it:

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A Piccaninny
James Brunton Stephens
Lo by the “humpy” door a smockless Venus! Unblushing bronze, she shrinks not, having seen us, Though there is nought but short couch-grass between ...Rate it:

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Amy Wentworth
John Greenleaf Whittier
TO WILLIAM BRADFORD. As they who watch by sick-beds find relief Unwittingly from the great stress of grief And anxious care, in fantasies outwroug...Rate it:

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An Ode - Presented To The King, On His Majesty's Arrival In Holland, After The Queen's Death
Matthew Prior
At Mary's tomb (sad sacred place!) The Virtues shall their vigils keep, And every Muse and every Grace In solemn state shall ever weep. The future...Rate it:

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Australian Anthem
James Brunton Stephens
Maker of earth and sea, What shall we render Thee? All things are Thine! Ours but from day to day Still with one heart to pray, “God bless our land...Rate it:

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Bruadar And Smith And Glinn
Douglas Hyde
Bruadar and Smith and Glinn, Amen, dear God, I pray, May they lie low in waves of woe, And tortures slow each day! Amen! Bruadar and Smith an...Rate it:

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Comala, A Dramatic Poem
James Macpherson
This poem. is valuable on account of the light it throws on the antiquity of Ossian's compositions. The Caracul mentioned here is the same with Car...Rate it:

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Fancy
John Keats
Ever let the Fancy roam, Pleasure never is at home: At a touch sweet Pleasure melteth, Like to bubbles when rain pelteth; Then let...Rate it:

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Fling Out The Anti Slavery Flag
Anonymous Americas
Fling out the Anti-slavery flag On every swelling breeze; And let its folds wave o'er the land, And o'er the raging seas, Till all beneath the stan...Rate it:

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From an Upper Verandah
James Brunton Stephens
What happier haunt could the gods allot For loftiest musing to sage or bard?— Yet I would that this upper verandah did not Look down on my beautifu...Rate it:

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Hymn to Science
Mark Akenside
Science! thou fair effusive ray From the great source of mental day, Free, generous, and refin'd! Descend with all thy treasures...Rate it:

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Hymne Des Transportés (Hymn Of The Transported)
Victor Marie Hugo
Prions ! voici l'ombre sereine. Vers toi, grand Dieu, nos yeux et nos bras sont levés. Ceux qui t'offrent ici leurs larmes et leur chaîne Sont l...Rate it:

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