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Home, My Little Children, Hear Are Songs For You
Robert Louis Stevenson
true to time and tune and pleasing to the ear. Mark the note that rises, mark the notes that fall,Rate it:

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It Was Never Contemplated
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
of all the Old Worlds waterlogged; Tis the trade-mark of the Tory; 'Tis the declaration hoary; 'TisRate it:

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Hans Christian Andersen
Skovens grønne Grene. Høit Lærken slaaer paa Mark og Eng, Den bygger der sin Brudesend. I Dammen hRate it:

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Monody, Written At Matlock
William Lisle Bowles
hail the rugged scene that bursts around; I mark the wreathed roots, the saplings gray, That bend Rate it:

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Ode To Sara, In Answer To A Letter From Bristol
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
wilderness on high; Nor now with curious sight I mark the glow-worm as I pass, Move with 'green radRate it:

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One Viceroy Resigns
Rudyard Kipling
strike At venture, stumble forward, make your mark, (It's chalk on granite), then thank God no flamRate it:

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Robin Hood And The Butcher
Andrew Lang
with a bonny fine mare, With his flesh to the market did hye. 'Good morrow, good fellow,' said jolRate it:

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Summer Images
John Clare
into pleasant dreams; or musing lie, Mark the wind-shaken trees, And cloud-betravelled sky. There Rate it:

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The Haunted Beach
Mary Darby Robinson
the blast blew strong and loud The clear moon mark'd the ghastly croud, Where the green billows plaRate it:

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The Hermit of Mont-Blanc
Mary Darby Robinson
the white waste of wonders! From the peak Which mark'd his neighb'ring Hut, his humid Eye Oft wandeRate it:

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The Horologe Of The Fields
Charlotte Smith
The green robed children of the Spring Will mark the periods as they pass, Mingle with leaves TiRate it:

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The Raft
Vachel Lindsay
jester that this boyish court will gain — Mark Twain! The bad world's idol: Old Mark Twain! He takRate it:

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The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I. I stand on the mark beside the shore Of the first white pilgrim's bended knee, Where exile turned to ancestor, And God was thanked for liberty. ...Rate it:

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Two Songs Of Spain
Isabella Valancy Crawford
groves among? Then list the words from me, And mark thee, by the morning's light, Or by the moon's Rate it:

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A Noiseless Patient Spider
Walt Whitman
A noiseless, patient spider, I mark’d, where, on a little promontory, it stood, isolated; Mark’d how, to explore the vacant, vast surrounding, ...Rate it:

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The Bard
Thomas Gray
verge enough The characters of hell to trace. Mark the year, and mark the night, When Severn shall Rate it:

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The Ruined Cottage
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
all the finer feelings of the heart To mark their quiet happiness; their home, In truth, the houseRate it:

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To Miss --,
Samuel Johnson
might spring, And wisdom warble from her string. Mark when from thousand mingled dyes Thou seest onRate it:

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In Hospital
Boris Pasternak
out a fresh form of admission And filled it in, mark upon mark. They gave him a bed by the entrancRate it:

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Address to the Unco Guid
Robert Burns
Sae pious and sae holy, Ye've nought to do but mark and tell Your neibours' fauts and folly! WhRate it:

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A Day At Tivoli - Prologue
John Kenyon
who Have passed, as we must pass, away. Or mark o'er olive tree and vine Steep towns uphung; to winRate it:

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A Farewel To America to Mrs. S. W.
Phillis Wheatley
nor can I bear To see the crystal show'r, Or mark the tender falling tear At sad departure'Rate it:

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A poem, Sacred to the Glorious memory of King George
Richard Savage
the pois'd Planets by the all-powerful Will. Mark the Swede succour'd! mark th'aspiring CZAR! CheckRate it:

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A Short Discourse on Eternity
Michael Wigglesworth
but a stride, compared therewithall. Isa. 57:15 Mark. 3:29 Matt. 25:46 [ 2 ] It is a main great Rate it:

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A Storm in the Mountains
Charles Harpur
the mountain’s breast, I drink and must, or mark the wide-spread herd, Or list the thinking of thRate it:

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