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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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The Two Swans
Lesbia Harford
There's a big park just close to where we live — Trees in a row And shaggy grass whereon the dead leaves blow. And in the middle round a great l...Rate it:

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To Emma
George Gordon Lord Byron
Since now the hour is come at last, When you must quit your anxious lover; Since now our dream of bliss is past, One pang, my girl, and all is over...Rate it:

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Yesterday and Today XII
Khalil Gibran
The gold-hoarder walked in his palace park and with him walked his troubles. And over his head hovered worries as a vulture hovers over a carcass, ...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
I. Far in the chambers of the west, The gale had sigh'd itself to rest; The moon was cloudless now and clear, But pale, and soon to disappear. ...Rate it:

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The Akond of Swat
Edward Lear
Who, or why, or which, or what, Is the Akond of SWAT? Is he tall or short, or dark or fair? Does he sit on a stool or a sofa or a chair, o...Rate it:

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The Incantation
Andrew Barton Paterson
Scene: Federal Political Arena A darkened cave. In the middle, a cauldron, boiling. Enter the three witches. 1ST WITCH: Thrice hath the Federal ...Rate it:

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The Truce And The Peace
Robinson Jeffers
(NOVEMBER, 1918) Peace now for every fury has had her day, Their natural make is moribund, they cease, They carry the inward seeds of quick decay, ...Rate it:

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The Raggedy Man
James Whitcomb Riley
1 O the Raggedy Man! He works fer Pa; 2 An' he's the goodest man ever you saw! 3 He comes to our house every day, 4 An' waters t...Rate it:

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Calthon And Colmal
James Macpherson
This piece, as many more of Ossian's compositions, is addressed to one of the first Christian missionaries. The story of the poem is handed down by...Rate it:

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Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Now, doth not summer’s sunny smile Sink soft o’er that Ionian isle, While round the kindling waters sweep The murmur'd music of the deep, The many ...Rate it:

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Eden in Winter
Vachel Lindsay
[Supposed to be chanted to some rude instrument at a modern fireplace] Chant we the story now Tho' in a house we sleep; Tho' by a hearth of coal...Rate it:

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Every day I bear a burden
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Every day I bear a burden, and I bear this calamity for a purpose: I bear the discomfort of cold and December's snow in hope of spring. Before th...Rate it:

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Fable Or History
Victor Marie Hugo
Possessed of royal appetite, and feeling rather thin, A monkey one day dressed himself in a tiger's skin The tiger had been nasty; the monkey was a...Rate it:

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Felt A Funeral In My Brain
Mario William Vitale
in a scream I was tossed in a frenzy of emotional imperfections the silence richly embraced a feeling of a funeral in my brain tried to take the th...Rate it:

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Hunted Down
Henry Kendall
Two years had the tiger, whose shape was that of a sinister man, Been out since the night of escape - two years under horror and ban. In a time ful...Rate it:

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La Solitude de St. Amant - La Solitude A Alcidon
Katherine Philips
1 O! Solitude, my sweetest choice Places devoted to the night, Remote from tumult, and from noise, How you my restless thoughts delight! O Hea...Rate it:

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Life And Death.
Robert Crawford
We come like bats that out of a dark cave Have suddenly been scared into the day, Blear-eyed and vexed as here and there they flap, Unnatural deniz...Rate it:

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David Herbert Lawrence
The sick grapes on the chair by the bed lie prone; at the window The tassel of the blind swings gently, tapping the pane, As a little wind comes ...Rate it:

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Monody On The Death Of Dr. Warton
William Lisle Bowles
Oh! I should ill thy generous cares requite Thou who didst first inspire my timid Muse, Could I one tuneful tear to thee refuse, Now that thine age...Rate it:

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Henry Kendall
Stand out, swift-footed leaders of the horns, And draw strong breath, and fill the hollowy cliff With shocks of clamour, — let the chasm take The n...Rate it:

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James Macpherson
Gaul, the son of Morni, attended Lathmon into his own country, after his being defeated in Morven, as related in a preceding poem. He was kindly en...Rate it:

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One of the Shepherds
Lucy Maud Montgomery
We were out on the hills that night To watch our sheep; Drowsily by the fire we lay Where the waning flame did flicker and leap, And some were ...Rate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 11
Ludovico Ariosto
ARGUMENT Assisted by the magic ring she wears, Angelica evanishes from view. Next in a damsel, whom a giant bears Beneath his arm, his bride Rogero...Rate it:

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Poetic Sketches. Sketch Fourth
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
I do love These old remembrances—they are to me The heart’s best intercourse; I love to feel The griefs, the happiness, the wayward fates Of tho...Rate it:

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