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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 04 - part 06
Torquato Tasso
LXXXI 'Ah! be it not pardie declared in France, Or elsewhere told where courtesy is in prize, That we forsook so fair a chevisance, For or that mi...Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 05 - part 06
Torquato Tasso
LXXXII 'Love hath Eustatio chosen, Fortune thee, In thy conceit which is the best election?' 'Nay, then, these shifts are vain,' replied he, 'Thes...Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 06 - part 02
Torquato Tasso
XV 'Say that a knight, who holds in great disdain To be thus closed up in secret new, Will with his sword in open field maintain, If any dare deny...Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 06 - part 05
Torquato Tasso
LVII He honored her, served her, and leave her gave, And willed her go whither and when she list, Her gold and jewels had he care to save, And the...Rate it:

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Jewelled Offering
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Jewelled offering bring I none, Jade or pearl or precious stone, Urn of crystal, bale of spice, Unguent culled in Paradise, Dye how deep of rainbow...Rate it:

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John Brown
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Though for your sake I would not have you now So near to me tonight as now you are, God knows how much a stranger to my heart Was any cold word ...Rate it:

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John Marr And Other Sailors
Herman Melville
Since as in night's deck-watch ye show, Why, lads, so silent here to me, Your watchmate of times long ago? Once, for all the darkling sea, You your...Rate it:

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John Mouldy
Walter de la Mare
I spied John Mouldy in his celler, Deep down twenty steps of stone; In the dusk he sat a-smiling Smiling there all alone. He read no book, he snuf...Rate it:

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John Rouat the Fisherman
William Topaz McGonagall
Margaret Simpson was the daughter of humble parents in the county of Ayr, With a comely figure, and face of beauty rare, And just in the full bloom...Rate it:

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Johnnie's First Moose
William Henry Drummond
De cloud is hide de moon, but dere's plain- tee light above, Steady Johnnie, steady-kip your head down low, Move de paddle leetle quicker, an' de o...Rate it:

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Johnson, alias Crow
Henry Lawson
Where the seasons are divided and the bush begins to change, and the links are rather broken in the Great Dividing Range; where the atmosphere is...Rate it:

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Jonathan Houghton
Edgar Lee Masters
There is the caw of a crow, And the hesitant song of a thrush. There is the tinkle of a cowbell far away, And the voice of a plowman on Shipley's h...Rate it:

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Jones's Porvate Argyment
Sidney Lanier
That air same Jones, which lived in Jones, He had this pint about him: He'd swear with a hundred sighs and groans, That farmers MUST stop gittin...Rate it:

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Joy and Pleasure
William Henry Davies
Now, joy is born of parents poor, And pleasure of our richer kind; Though pleasure's free, she cannot sing As sweet a song as joy confined. Pl...Rate it:

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Joy's Magic
Madison Julius Cawein
Joy's is the magic sweet, That makes Youth's pulses beat, Puts music in young feet, The old heart hears, the sad heart hears, that 's near it: And...Rate it:

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Judgment Day
Ellis Parker Butler
Saint Peter stood, at Heaven's gate, All souls claims to adjudicate Saying to some souls, 'Enter in!' 'Go to Hell,' to others, 'you are steeped in ...Rate it:

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Julia, or the Convent of St. Claire
Amelia Opie
Stranger, that massy, mouldering pile, Whose ivied ruins load the ground, Reechoed once to pious strains By holy sisters breathed around. There ma...Rate it:

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George Meredith
I Blue July, bright July, Month of storms and gorgeous blue; Violet lightnings o'er thy sky, Heavy falls of drenching dew; Summer crown! o'er ...Rate it:

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June On The Merrimac
John Greenleaf Whittier
O dwellers in the stately towns, What come ye out to see? This common earth, this common sky, This water flowing free? As gayly as these kalmia fl...Rate it:

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Frederick George Scott
DEDICATION O POOR, sad hearts that struggle on and wait, Like shipwrecked sailors on a spar at sea, Through deepening glooms, if haply, so...Rate it:

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Juvenilia, An Ode to Natural Beauty
Alan Seeger
There is a power whose inspiration fills Nature's fair fabric, sun- and star-inwrought, Like airy dew ere any drop distils, Like perfume in the ...Rate it:

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Mirza Muhammed Ali Saib
Oh, the beautiful city of Kabul wears a rugged mountain skirt, And The rose is jealous of its lash-like thorns. The dust of Kabul's blowing soil s...Rate it:

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Kate O'Belashanny
William Allingham
Seek up and down, both fair and brown, We've purty lasses many, O; But brown or fair, one girl most rare, The Flow'r o' Belashanny, O. As straight ...Rate it:

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Robert William Service
It was the steamer Alice May that sailed the Yukon foam. And touched in every river camp from Dawson down to Nome. It was her builder, owner, pilot...Rate it:

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Kavya- My New Born Daughter
Nikhil Parekh
I had been ardently yearning for this moment as much as fathomless fields of barren grass; passionately yearn for rain, And today her beautifully ...Rate it:

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