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Sinfonia Color de Fresa Con Leche
Jose Asuncion Silva
que cintillean por los abismos húmedos del negro tul Del cielo azul. Tras de las cordilleras somRate 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
store, And hither bring Peruvian ore: Let yonder Negro pierce the main, The choicest, largest pearlRate it:

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Travel
Robert Louis Stevenson
a spire, Full of apes and cocoa-nuts And the negro hunters' huts;-- Where the knotty crocodile Rate it:

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Sweet Meat Has Sour Sauce; Or, The Slave-Trader In The Dumps
William Cowper
assortment of dainty regales, To tickle the Negroes with when the ship sails, Fine chains for theRate it:

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À Une Dame Créole (To A Creole Lady)
Charles Baudelaire
rhymes in poets' hearts, Tamed like the negro slaves that you inherit. Translated by Roy CampbellRate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
retainer to the vine, Bacchus' black servant, negro fine; Sorcerer, that mak'st us dote upon Thy beRate 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
And as we laid him by the pines to rest, A negro spoke, with tears: 'His heart was black!' ''IslRate it:

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A Description Of The Countreys Recreations
Sir Henry Wotton
prize of their sweet song. Go! let the diving Negro seek For Gems, hid in some forlorn creek; We Rate it:

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A Nation's Test
John Boyle O'Reilly
or sects were to him a profanity: Hindoo and Negro and Kelt were as one; Large as mankind was his Rate it:

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A Political Apostate
Ambrose Bierce
now the trigger Shows that you _knew_ your Negro was a nigger! _Ad hominem_ this _argumentum_ runs:Rate it:

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A Valentine's Song
Robert Louis Stevenson
powers, perhaps, are small to please, But even negro-songs and castanettes, Old jokes and hackneyedRate it:

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Amusing Trial, in Which a Yankee Lawyer Rendered a Just Verdict.
Anonymous Americas
house and land. A Yankee Lawyer long had kept A negro-man with whom he slept. And ate, and SabbathRate it:

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An Appeal to My Countywomen
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
oh my well-sheltered sisters, Weep not for the Negro alone, But weep for your sons who must gatheRate it:

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August
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
the fight at Brandywine, Black Samson, a giant negro armed with a scythe, sweeps his way through thRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 39
Sa di
upon the meanest of my slaves." He had a stupid negro, Khosaib by name, whom he made governor of EgRate it:

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Ch 05 On Love And Youth Story 20
Sa di
Because blackness cannot be washed off from a negro. Nothing can blot out my remembranceRate it:

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Dr. sam
Eugene Field
Eye that's Evil Would him and his'n damn, The negro's grief gets quick relief Of Hoodoo-Doctor SaRate it:

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Epigram
William Cowper
say, is half so good To make fine sugar, as a negro's blood. Now lambs and negroes both are harmlesRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. II.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
gardens, Stood the houses of planters, with negro-cabins and dove-cots. They were approaching the rRate it:

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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
some days. The face was black, And, like a negro's, swollen; all the flesh Had furred, and brokenRate 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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