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O Black And Unknown Bards
James Weldon Johnson
ever heard a theme Nobler than 'Go down, Moses.' Mark its bars How like a mighty trumpet-call they Rate it:

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O Tibbie, I Hae Seen The Day
Robert Burns
her in her sark, Than you wi' a' your thousand mark; That gars you look sae high. O Tibbie, I hae sRate it:

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October
Hans Christian Andersen
fældes i Skoven, Bonden gaaer paa den vaade Mark, vælter Jorden med Ploven. Over de sorte MuldvarpsRate it:

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Ode to Borrowdale
Amelia Opie
wraps thy flower-enamelled plains; Still marks thy mountains' fronts sublime, Force graces from thRate it:

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Ode to Eloquence
Mary Darby Robinson
in the lucid tear, on Beauty's cheek, Have mark'd thee in the downcast eye, When suff'ring VirtueRate it:

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Ode To Hope
James Beattie
are in triumph borne; While the fair captive, mark'd with many a scar In lone obscurity, oppress'd,Rate it:

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Ode To Peace
James Beattie
2. Yon ruins, sable from the wasting flame, But mark the once resplendent dome; The frequent corse Rate it:

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Ode to the Goddess Ceres
Thomas Moore
who most humbly beseeches, Great Queen of the Mark-lane (if the thing doesn't bore thee), Thou'lt rRate it:

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Ode To The Moon
Thomas Hood
the ground?— Why then, fair Moon, for all thou mark'st no hour, Thou art a sadder dial to old TimRate it:

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Ode to the Muse
Mary Darby Robinson
watch wild passion's varying course; To mark th' enthusiast's vivid fire, Or calmly touch thy goldRate it:

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Ode To The Philistines
George Essex Evans
with the soul of a mouse; Men with the mark of the beast scored as deep on your brows unclean As erRate it:

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Ode to Valour
Mary Darby Robinson
yield; Wond'ring, yet undismay'd he stood, To mark the SUN's fierce fires decay; Fearless, he saRate it:

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Ode Written On The First Of December
Robert Southey
see the spangled branches shine, And mark the moss of many a hue That varies the old tree's brown bRate it:

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Ode, written 1739
William Shenstone
led by fancy wide astray, He finds no planet mark his way; Convinced and wise-too late. As partialRate it:

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Ode, Written On The Opening Of The Last Campaign
Amelia Opie
vain the violet's charms I see, Or fondly mark thy primrose pale. To me thy softest zephyrs breatheRate it:

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Of Public Spirit In Regard To Public Works: An Epistle, To His Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wa
Richard Savage
gale that breathes delight. Lo! structures mark the charitable soil For casual ill, maim'd valour, Rate it:

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Of the Death of Sir T.W. the Elder
Henry Howard
rhyme; That reft Chaucer the glory of his wit: A mark, the which (unparfited, for time) Some may apRate it:

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Off Shore
Celia Thaxter
soon. Rock softly, little boat, the while I mark The far off gliding sails, distinct and dark, AcrRate it:

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Oh! Blame Not the Bard
Thomas Moore
but gleam Through the gloom of his country, and mark how he'll feel! That instant, his heart at hRate it:

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Old Pictures In Florence
Robert Browning
'Twixt the aloes, I used to lean in chief, And mark through the winter afternoons, By a gift GodRate it:

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Olney Hymn 1: Walking With God
William Cowper
Calm and serene my frame; So purer light shall mark the road That leads me to the Lamb. Rate it:

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Olney Hymn 39: The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death
William Cowper
and lies. Their fiery arrows reach the mark, My throbbing heart with anguish tear; Each lights Rate it:

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Olney Hymn 59: A Living And A Dead Faith
William Cowper
ear. To walk as children of the day, To mark the precepts' holy light, To wage the warfare, watRate it:

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On A Dissembler
William Strode
as I am, that hugg'd such emptie ayre, And never mark't the deede (a phrase more faire, More trustyRate it:

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On a Fork of Byron's
James Brunton Stephens
Like any other fork.—No mark you meet with To point some psychological conceit with. An ordinary fork. A fork to eat with. No individuality of fas...Rate it:

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