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Sinfonia Color de Fresa Con Leche
Jose Asuncion Silva
A los colibríes decadentes Rítmica Reina lírica! Con venusinos cantos de sol y rosa, de mirra y laca y polícromos cromos de tonos mil oye los c...Rate it:

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The Booker Washington Trilogy
Vachel Lindsay
I. A NEGRO SERMON:—SIMON LEGREE (To be read in your own variety of negro dialect.) Legree's big house was white and green. His cotton-fields were...Rate it:

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To Myrtilis - The New Year's Offering
Samuel Johnson
Madam, Long have I look'd my tablets o'er, And find I've much to thank you for; Outstanding debts beyond account, And new - who knows to what amo...Rate it:

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Song of the Son
Jean Toomer
Pour O pour that parting soul in song O pour it in the sawdust glow of night Into the velvet pine-smoke air tonight, And let the valley carry it al...Rate it:

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The River's Tale
Rudyard Kipling
Prehistoric Twenty bridges from Tower to Kew-- (Twenty bridges or twenty-two)-- Wanted to know what the River knew, For they were young, and the ...Rate it:

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Robert Louis Stevenson
I should like to rise and go Where the golden apples grow;-- Where below another sky Parrot islands anchored lie, And, watched by cockatoos and...Rate it:

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Ma Lady's Lips Am Like De Honey
James Weldon Johnson
(Negro Love Song) Breeze a-sighin' and a-blowin', Southern summer night. Stars a-gleamin' and a-glowin', Moon jes shinin' right. Strollin', like...Rate it:

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Sweet Meat Has Sour Sauce; Or, The Slave-Trader In The Dumps
William Cowper
A trader I am to the African shore, But since that my trading is like to be o'er, I'll sing you a song that you ne'er heard before, Which nobody ...Rate it:

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À Une Dame Créole (To A Creole Lady)
Charles Baudelaire
Au pays parfumé que le soleil caresse, J'ai connu, sous un dais d'arbres tout empourprés Et de palmiers d'où pleut sur les yeux la paresse, Une dam...Rate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
May the Babylonish curse Straight confound my stammering verse, If I can a passage see In this word-perplexity, Or a fit expression find, Or a lang...Rate it:

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A Cry from South Africa
James Montgomery
On building a chapel at Cape Town, for the Negro slaves of the colony, in 1828. Afric, from her remotest strand, Lifts to high heaven one fetter'...Rate it:

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A Dead Man
John Boyle O'Reilly
Trapper died—our hero—and we grieved; In every heart in camp the sorrow stirred. 'His soul was red!' the Indian cried, bereaved; 'A white man, h...Rate it:

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A Description Of The Countreys Recreations
Sir Henry Wotton
Quivering fears, Heart-tearing cares, Anxious sighs, Untimely tears, Fly, fly to Courts, Fly to fond worldling's sports, Where strained Sardonic ...Rate it:

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A Nation's Test
John Boyle O'Reilly
I. A NATION'S greatness lies in men, not acres; One master-mind is worth a million hands. No royal robes have marked the planet-shakers, But Sa...Rate it:

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A Political Apostate
Ambrose Bierce
Good friend, it is with deep regret I note The latest, strangest turning of your coat; Though any way you wear that mental clout The seamy side see...Rate it:

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A Valentine's Song
Robert Louis Stevenson
MOTLEY I count the only wear That suits, in this mixed world, the truly wise, Who boldly smile upon despair And shake their bells in Grandam Grundy...Rate it:

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Amusing Trial, in Which a Yankee Lawyer Rendered a Just Verdict.
Anonymous Americas
A Slave sold at Auction. A time there was, when no one thought It sin, to hold a slave he'd bought, And of his strength have the command, As much a...Rate it:

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An Appeal to My Countywomen
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
You can sigh o'er the sad-eyed Armenian Who weeps in her desolate home. You can mourn o'er the exile of Russia From kindred and friends doomed t...Rate it:

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Elinor Morton Wylie
Why should this Negro insolently stride Down the red noonday on such noiseless feet? Piled in his barrow, tawnier than wheat, Lie heaps of smoul...Rate it:

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Black Sampson Of Brandywine
Paul Laurence Dunbar
'In the fight at Brandywine, Black Samson, a giant negro armed with a scythe, sweeps his way through the red ranks....' C. M. Skinner's '_Myths and...Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 39
Sa di
Harun-ur-Rashid said when the country of Egypt was surrendered to him: "In contrast to the rebel who had in his arrogance of being sovereign of Egy...Rate it:

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Ch 05 On Love And Youth Story 20
Sa di
It is related that the qazi of Hamdan, having conceived affection towards a farrier-boy and the horseshoe of his heart being on fire, he sought for...Rate it:

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Dr. sam
Eugene Field
TO MISS GRACE KING Down in the old French quarter, Just out of Rampart street, I wend my way At close of day Unto the quaint retreat Where...Rate it:

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William Cowper
To purify their wine some people bleed A lamb into the barrel, and succeed; No nostrum, planters say, is half so good To make fine sugar, as a neg...Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. II.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
IT was the month of May. Far down the Beautiful River, Past the Ohio shore and past the mouth of the Wabash, Into the golden stream of the broad an...Rate it:

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