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Lycus the Centaur
Thomas Hood
FROM AN UNROLLED MANUSCRIPT OF APOLLONIUS CURIUS (The Argument: Lycus, detained by Circe in her magical dominion, is beloved by a Water Nymph, wh...Rate it:

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Hist!
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Hist! . . . . . . Hark! The night is very dark, And we've to go a mile or so Across the Possum Park. Step . . . . . . light, Keeping to the right;...Rate it:

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Ode On The Istallation of the Duke of Devonshire
Charles Kingsley
Hence a while, severer Muses; Spare your slaves till drear October. Hence; for Alma Mater chooses Not to be for ever sober: But, like stately matro...Rate it:

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The Night Hunt
Thomas MacDonagh
In the morning, in the dark, When the stars begin to blunt, By the wall of Barna Park Dogs I heard and saw them hunt All the parish dogs were ther...Rate it:

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A Disqualified Jockey's Story
Andrew Barton Paterson
You see, the thing was this way -- there was me, That rode Panopply, the Splendor mare, And Ikey Chambers on the Iron Dook, And Smith, the half-...Rate it:

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After Paul Verlaine-II
Ernest Christopher Dowson
COLLOQUE SENTIMENTAL Into the lonely park all frozen fast, Awhile ago there were two forms who passed. Lo, are their lips fallen and their eyes d...Rate it:

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Ballades III - Of Blue China
Andrew Lang
THERE’S a joy without canker or cark, There ’s a pleasure eternally new, ’T is to gloat on the glaze and the mark Of china that ’s ancient an...Rate it:

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Black Swans
Andrew Barton Paterson
As I lie at rest on a patch of clover In the Western Park when the day is done. I watch as the wild black swans fly over With their phalanx turn...Rate it:

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Boscastle Waterfall and Quarry
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
OH, gloomy quarry! thou dost hide in thee The tower and shrine. The city vast and grand and wonderful, And strong, is thine. Look at the mighty bui...Rate it:

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Bronzes
Carl Sandburg
I The bronze General Grant riding a bronze horse in Linc- oln Park Shrivels in the sun by day when the motor cars whirr by in long processions go...Rate it:

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Jottings of New York
William Topaz McGonagall
Oh, mighty city of New York, you are wonderful to behold-- Your buildings are magnificent-- the truth be it told-- They were the only thing that se...Rate it:

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Ken
Charlotte Mary Mew
The town is old and very steep A place of bells and cloisters and grey towers, And black-clad people walking in their sleep— A nun, a prie...Rate it:

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Marjorie’s Wooing
Emma Lazarus
THE corn was yellow upon the cliffs, The fluttering grass was green to see, The waves were blue as the sky above, And the sun it was shining merril...Rate it:

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On Kiley's Run
Andrew Barton Paterson
The roving breezes come and go On Kiley's Run, The sleepy river murmurs low, And far away one dimly sees Beyond the stretch of forest trees -- ...Rate it:

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Six Septets To Honor The Spring Of 1905
Franz Werfel
Maria Immisch was the springtime. With feeling and reverence I snatch her adored name from the underworld. When I was fifteen in '05, that year ...Rate it:

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Spasskoe
Boris Pasternak
In Spasskoe, unforgettable September sheds its leaves. Isn’t it time to close up the summer-house? Echo traps the thudding of axe-blows in the tree...Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. The Student's Second Tale; The Baron of St. Castine
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Baron Castine of St. Castine Has left his château in the Pyrenees, And sailed across the western seas. When he went away from his fair demesne The ...Rate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book II. Canto III.
Coventry Patmore
Preludes I Love Ceremonious Keep your undrest, familiar style For strangers, but respect your friend, Her most, whose matrimonial smile Is and as...Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XVI: Inhabitants Of The Alms-House. Benlow
George Crabbe
SEE! yonder badgeman with that glowing face, A meteor shining in this sober place! Vast sums were paid, and many years were past, Ere gems so rich ...Rate it:

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The Brus Book 20
John Barbour
King Robert in Northumberland] Sone eftre that the erle Thomas Fra Wardaill thus reparyt was The king assemblyt all his mycht And left nane th...Rate it:

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The Brus Book XVIII
John Barbour
Only Berwick remains in English hands; a burgess offers to betray it] The lordis off the land war fayne Quhen thai wist he wes cummyn agan And ...Rate it:

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The Child and the Hind
Thomas Campbell
Come, maids and matrons, to caress Wiesbaden's gentle hind; And, smiling, deck its glossy neck With forest flowers entwined. 'Twas after church - ...Rate it:

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The Linden Avenue
Boris Pasternak
A house of unimagined beauty Is set in parkland, cool and dark; Gates with an arch; then meadows, hillocks, And oats and woods beyond the park. He...Rate it:

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The Parting
Anne Brontë
1 The chestnut steed stood by the gate His noble master's will to wait, The woody park so green and bright Was glowing in the morning light, ...Rate it:

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The Royal Review
William Topaz McGonagall
All hail to the Empress of India, Great Britain's Queen-- Long may she live in health, happy and serene-- That came from London, far away, To revie...Rate it:

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