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St. Michael's Mount
William Lisle Bowles
INSCRIBED TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE LORD SOMERS. While summer airs scarce breathe along the tide, Oft pausing, up the mountain's craggy side We clim...Rate it:

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Storm
Archibald Lampman
Out of the gray northwest, where many a day gone by Ye tugged and howled in your tempestuous grot, And evermore the huge frost giants lie,...Rate it:

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Temora - Book V1
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT This book opens with a speech of Fingal, who sees Cathmor descending to the assistance of his flying army. The king despatches Ossian to...Rate it:

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The Adieu
Louisa Stuart Costello
We part, and thou art mine no more! I go through seas never sought before, Where stars unknown to our native skies Startle the mariner's watchful e...Rate it:

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The Cavern Of The Three Tells
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Oh! enter not yon shadowy cave, Seek not the bright spars there, Though the whispering pines that o'er it wave, With freshness fill the air: For th...Rate it:

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The Columbiad: Book VI
Joel Barlow
The Argument British cruelty to American prisoners. Prison Ship. Retreat of Washington with the relics of his army, pursued by Howe. Washington re...Rate it:

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The Domestic Affections
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
WHENCE are those tranquil joys, in mercy giv'n, To light the wilderness with beams of Heav'n? To sooth our cares, and thro' the cloud diffuse, Thei...Rate it:

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The Fairy of the Fountains - Part II - continued
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Gazing on one worshipped brow, When hath lover spared a vow? With an oath and with a prayer Did he win the prize he sought. Never was a bride so fa...Rate it:

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The Gulf of All Human Possessions
Jonathan Swift
Come hither, and behold the fruits, Vain man! of all thy vain pursuits. Take wise advice, and look behind, Bring all past actions to thy mind. Here...Rate it:

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The League of Nations
Henry Lawson
Light on the towns and cities, and peace for evermore! The Big Five met in the world's light as many had met before, And the future of man is set...Rate it:

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The Spirit Of Discovery By Sea - Book The Fifth
William Lisle Bowles
Such are thy views, DISCOVERY! The great world Rolls to thine eye revealed; to thee the Deep Submits its awful empire; Industry Awakes, and Commerc...Rate it:

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The Splendid Shilling
John Arthur Phillips
-- -- Sing, Heavenly Muse, Things unattempted yet in Prose or Rhime, A Shilling, Breeches, and Chimera's Dire. Happy the Man, who void of C...Rate it:

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The Truant Dove, From Pilpay
Charlotte Smith
A MOUNTAIN stream, its channel deep Beneath a rock's rough base had torn; The cliff, like a vast castle wall, was steep By fretting rains in man...Rate it:

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The Visionary Boy
William Lisle Bowles
Oh! lend that lute, sweet Archimage, to me! Enough of care and heaviness The weary lids of life depress, And doubly blest that gentle heart shall b...Rate it:

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Thubare, a Port on the Arabian Coast
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
THOU lovely port of Araby, Of Araby the blest, I think of the time, when thy summer clime, Was bright on my midnight rest; And the gates uprose, wh...Rate it:

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To The Same (John Dyer)
William Wordsworth
ENOUGH of climbing toil!--Ambition treads Here, as 'mid busier scenes, ground steep and rough, Or slippery even to peril! and each step, As we for ...Rate it:

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Valkyriur Song
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
The Sea-king woke from the troubled sleep Of a vision-haunted night, And he look'd from his bark o'er the gloomy deep, And counted the streaks of l...Rate it:

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America
Henry Van Dyke
I love thine inland seas, Thy groves of giant trees, Thy rolling plains; Thy rivers' mighty sweep, Thy mystic canyons deep, Thy mountains wild a...Rate it:

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The English Revolution Of 1848
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
HO ye that nothing have to lose! ho rouse ye, one and all! Come from the sinks of the New Cut, the purlieus of Vauxhall! Did ye not hear the mighty...Rate it:

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THE FIGHT FOR IRISH FREEDOM
Liam Ó Comáin
Since Britain first invaded our shores As a nation we have never experienced Freedom although across the generations Many have fought and died for...Rate it:

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DEWI THE DRAGON
Alan Parry-Booth
DEWI THE DRAGON. Dewi is a dragon Born and bred in Wales Weaned on meals of laverbread And Felifoel’s best ales. Most of the foreign dragons Dri...Rate it:

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America
Gertrude Stein
Once in English they said America. Was it English to them. Once they said Belgian. We like a fog. Do you for weather. Are we brave. Are we true. Ha...Rate it:

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Admiral Lord Collingwood
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
METHINKS it is a glorious thing, To sail upon the deep ; A thousand sailors under you, Their watch and ward to keep : To see your gallant battle-f...Rate it:

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Always Listening To The Tunes Of My Heart
Nikhil Parekh
It suddenly told me to lick the road with my tongue; when I was blissfully driving enchanted by the melody in the air and the surroundings, It or...Rate it:

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Book Ninth [Residence in France]
William Wordsworth
EVEN as a river,--partly (it might seem) Yielding to old remembrances, and swayed In part by fear to shape a way direct, That would engulph him soo...Rate it:

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