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Faster Than The Speed Of Light
Nikhil Parekh
Every century looked so long; that in the beginning I felt it would last till more than what the Creator could ever have perceived; with the decade...Rate it:

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Father William
Lewis Carroll
'You are old, father William,' the young man said, 'And your hair has become very white; And yet you incessantly stand on your head - Do you think,...Rate it:

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Fawn's Foster-Mother
Robinson Jeffers
The old woman sits on a bench before the door and quarrels With her meagre pale demoralized daughter. Once when I passed I found her alone, laughin...Rate it:

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Fear Stalks The Night
Kurt Philip Behm
Making sense of it all… our grandest myth Wisdom born of age, bleeding youth’s betrayal Questions dry unvarnished, cold naked in the night Darke...Rate it:

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Fear Stalks The Night
Kurt Philip Behm
Making sense of it all… our grandest myth Wisdom born of age, bleeds from youth’s betrayal Questions drying unvarnished, naked meanings Da...Rate it:

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Fever!
Leon Gellert
Everything seems lost and gone. The world seems void; and I alone To mourn its emptiness, that am too weak to mourn: To mope a hermit in a broken ...Rate it:

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Fifth Sunday After Epiphany
John Keble
"Wake, arm Divine! awake, Eye of the only Wise! Now for Thy glory's sake, Saviour and God, arise, And may Thine ear, that sealed seems,...Rate it:

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Fill The Goblet Again: A Song
George Gordon Lord Byron
Fill the goblet again! for I never before Felt the glow which now gladdens my heart to its core; Let us drink!--who would not?--since, through li...Rate it:

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Fingal - Book IV
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. The action of the poem being suspended by night, Ossian takes the opportunity to relate his own actions at the lake of Lego, and his co...Rate it:

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Fire Still Burns
Kurt Philip Behm
With age in my body, but youth on the page A sword old and rusted, now tempers with rage These bones may be brittle, with feet slow to drill ...Rate it:

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Flight Of Swans
Robinson Jeffers
One who sees giant Orion, the torches of winter midnight, Enormously walking above the ocean in the west of heaven; And watches the track of this a...Rate it:

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Fling
Liliana Solorzano
We love the way it burns, destined to never learn, maybe we purposely dropped the wall, we didn't know each at all, both counterfeit all along, thi...Rate it:

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Fling
Liliana Solorzano
We love the way it burns, destined to never learn, maybe we purposely dropped the wall, we didn't know each at all, both counterfeit all along, thi...Rate it:

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Florence Nightingale
Emma Lazarus
UPON the whitewashed walls A woman's shadow falls, A woman walketh o'er the darksome floors. A soft, angelic smile Lighteth her face the while, In...Rate it:

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Flossie Cabanis
Edgar Lee Masters
From Bindle's opera house in the village To Broadway is a great step. But I tried to take it, my ambition fired When sixteen years of age, Seeing "...Rate it:

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Flowers in Winter
John Greenleaf Whittier
How strange to greet, this frosty morn, In graceful counterfeit of flower, These children of the meadows, born Of sunshine and of showers! How...Rate it:

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For whom the Bell Tolls
John Donne
PERCHANCE he for whom this bell tolls may be so ill, as that he knows not it tolls for him; and perchance I may think myself so much be...Rate it:

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Forever To Feast
Kurt Philip Behm
Regurgitant youth, digestive age All life a buffet, serving up on the page Chew before swallowing, savor each piece That first you ingested —for...Rate it:

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Forsaking All Others Part 3
Alice Duer Miller
I THERE was an instant when he might have said He could not see the lady; but instead He nodded with a blank, impassive face, And waited, never mo...Rate it:

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Fourth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
It was not then a poet's dream, An idle vaunt of song, Such as beneath the moon's soft gleam On vacant fancies throng; Which bids us see in he...Rate it:

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Fox-Hunting
Rudyard Kipling
THE FOX MEDITATES When Samson set my brush afire To spoil the Timnites barley, I made my point for Leicestershire And left Philistia early. Thr...Rate it:

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Fragment: To Byron
Percy Bysshe Shelley
O mighty mind, in whose deep stream this age Shakes like a reed in the unheeding storm, Why dost thou curb not thine own sacred rage? Rate it:

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Fragments Supposed To Be Parts Of Otho
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. Those whom nor power, nor lying faith, nor toil, Nor custom, queen of many slaves, makes blind, Have ever grieved that man should be the spoil O...Rate it:

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Freedom
Helen Hunt Jackson
What freeman knoweth freedom? Never he Whose father's father through long lives have reigned O'er kingdoms which mere heritage attained. Though ...Rate it:

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Friar Philip's Geese
La Fontaine
IF these gay tales give pleasure to the FAIR, The honour's great conferred, I'm well aware; Yet, why suppose the sex my pages shun? Enough, if they...Rate it:

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