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From Paris To Brussels (11 P.M. 15 October To Half-Past 1 P.M. 16) Proem At The Paris Station
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
In France (to baffle thieves and murderers) A journey takes two days of passport work At least. The plan's sometimes a tedious one, But bears it...Rate it:

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Harlem Shadows
Claude McKay
I hear the halting footsteps of a lass In Negro Harlem when the night lets fall Its veil. I see the shapes of girls who pass To bend and barter at ...Rate it:

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How Samson Bore Away the Gates of Gaza
Vachel Lindsay
(A Negro Sermon.) Once, in a night as black as ink, She drove him out when he would not drink. Round the house there were men in wait Asleep in ro...Rate it:

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Hymn To Light
Abraham Cowley
First-born of Chaos, who so fair didst come From the old Negro's darksome womb! Which, when it saw the lovely child, The melancholy mass put on kin...Rate it:

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In Praise of Angling
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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In Remembrance Of Joseph Sturge
John Greenleaf Whittier
In the fair land o'erwatched by Ischia's mountains, Across the charmed bay Whose blue waves keep with Capri's silver fountains Perpetual holiday, ...Rate it:

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Joe Golightly - Or, The First Lord's Daughter
William Schwenck Gilbert
A tar, but poorly prized, Long, shambling, and unsightly, Thrashed, bullied, and despised, Was wretched JOE GOLIGHTLY. He bore a workhouse brand; ...Rate it:

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Johnson’s Antidote
Andrew Barton Paterson
Down along the Snakebite River, where the overlanders camp, Where the serpents are in millions, all of the most deadly stamp; Where the station-c...Rate it:

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Las Seis Cuerdas
Federico García Lorca
La guitarra, hace llorar a los sueños. El sollozo de las almas perdidas, se escapa por su boca redonda. Y como la tarántula teje una gran estrella ...Rate it:

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Letter From A Missionary Of The Methodist Episcopal Church South, In Kansas, To A Distinguished Politician. Douglas Mission 1854.
John Greenleaf Whittier
LAST week — the Lord be praised for all His mercies To His unworthy servant! — I arrived Safe at the Mission, via Westport; where I tarried over ni...Rate it:

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Lines On The Portrait Of A Celebrated Publisher
John Greenleaf Whittier
A MOONY breadth of virgin face, By thought unviolated; A patient mouth, to take from scorn The hook with bank-notes baited! Its self-complacent sle...Rate it:

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Nobody's Lookin' But De Owl An' De Moon
James Weldon Johnson
(A Negro Serenade) De river is a-glistenin' in de moonlight, De owl is set'n high up in de tree; De little stars am twinklin' wid a sof' light, D...Rate it:

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Nocturno (Silva)
Jose Asuncion Silva
Una noche, una noche toda llena de perfumes, de murmullos y de música de alas, una noche, en que ardían en la sombra nupcial y húmeda, las luciérna...Rate it:

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North And South
James Whitcomb Riley
Of the North I wove a dream, All bespangled with the gleam Of the glancing wings of swallows Dipping ripples in a stream, That, like a tide of wine...Rate it:

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Ode
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Inscribed to W.H. Channing Though loath to grieve The evil time's sole patriot, I cannot leave My honeyed thought For the priest's cant, Or s...Rate it:

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Ode To William H. Channing
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Though loth to grieve The evil time's sole patriot, I cannot leave My buried thought For the priest's cant, Or statesman's rant. If I refuse My st...Rate it:

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On Being Brought from Africa to America
Phillis Wheatley
'Twas mercy brought me from my Pagan land, Taught my benighted soul to understand That there's a God, that there's a Saviour too: Once I redemption...Rate it:

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On the Marriage of a Beauteous Young Gentlewoman with an Ancient Man
Francis Beaumont
Fondly, too curious Nature, to adorn Aurora with the blushes of the morn: Why do her rosy lips breath gums and spice; Unto the East, and sweet to P...Rate it:

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Rest in Peace
Claude McKay
No more for you the city's thorny ways, The ugly corners of the Negro belt; The miseries and pains of these harsh days By you will never, never ...Rate it:

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Ritner
John Greenleaf Whittier
THANK God for the token! one lip is still free, One spirit untrammelled, unbending one knee! Like the oak of the mountain, deep-rooted and firm, Er...Rate it:

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September 1, 1802
William Wordsworth
WE had a female Passenger who came From Calais with us, spotless in array,-- A white-robed Negro, like a lady gay, Yet downcast as a woman fearing ...Rate it:

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Similes For Two Political Characters of 1819
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. As from an ancestral oak Two empty ravens sound their clarion, Yell by yell, and croak by croak, When they scent the noonday smoke Of fresh huma...Rate it:

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Stanzas for the Times
John Greenleaf Whittier
Is this the land our fathers loved, The freedom which they toiled to win? Is this the soil whereon they moved? Are these the graves they slumber...Rate it:

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Sub Terra
William Carlos Williams
Where shall I find you— You, my grotesque fellows That I seek everywhere To make up my band? None, not one With the earthy tastes I require: ...Rate it:

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The Ape
Charles Lamb
An Ape is but a trivial beast, Men count it light and vain; But I would let them have their thoughts, To have my Ape again. To love a beast in any...Rate it:

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