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A Florida Ghost.
Sidney Lanier
Down mildest shores of milk-white sand, By cape and fair Floridian bay, Twixt billowy pines -- a surf asleep on land -- And the great Gulf at ...Rate it:

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A Florida Sunday.
Sidney Lanier
From cold Norse caves or buccaneer Southern seas Oft come repenting tempests here to die; Bewailing old-time wrecks and robberies, They shrive to...Rate it:

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A Letter
John Greenleaf Whittier
'TIS over, Moses! All is lost! I hear the bells a-ringing; Of Pharaoh and his Red Sea host I hear the Free-Wills singing.* We're routed, Moses, hor...Rate it:

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A Military Incident
Ambrose Bierce
Dawn heralded the coming sun Fort Douglas was computing The minutes-and the sunrise gun Was manned for his saluting. The gunner at that firearm st...Rate it:

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A Miller, His Son, And Their Ass
Anne Kingsmill Finch
THO' to Antiquity the Praise we yield Of pleasing Arts; and Fable's earli'st Field Own to be fruitful Greece; yet not so clean Those Ears were r...Rate it:

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A Poor Joke
Edward George Dyson
‘NO, you can’t count me in, boys; I’m off it— I’m jack of them practical jokes; They give neither pleasure nor profit, And the fellers that plays t...Rate it:

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A Romance of Canada
James McIntyre
An English youth to Canada came, A labourer, John Roe by name; His little wealth had made him bold- Twenty sovereigns in gold, He was industrious a...Rate it:

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A Servant To Servants
Robert Frost
I didn't make you know how glad I was To have you come and camp here on our land. I promised myself to get down some day And see the way you lived,...Rate it:

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A Sketch
George Gordon Lord Byron
Born in the garret, in the kitchen bred, Promoted thence to deck her mistress' head; Next for some gracious service unexpress'd, And from its wages...Rate it:

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A Song Of Winds
Roderic Quinn
WOE to the weak when the sky is shrouded, And the wind of the salt-way sobs as it dies! Woe to the weak! for a great dejection Droops their spirits...Rate it:

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A Storm in the Mountains
Charles Harpur
A lonely boy, far venturing from home Out on the half-wild herd’s faint tracks I roam; Mid rock-browned mountains, which with stony frown Glare ...Rate it:

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A Terre
Wilfred Owen
(Being the philosophy of many Soldiers.) Sit on the bed; I'm blind, and three parts shell, Be careful; can't shake hands now; never shall. Both a...Rate it:

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A Terre (being the philosophy of many soldiers)
Wilfred Owen
Sit on the bed. I'm blind, and three parts shell. Be careful; can't shake hands now; never shall. Both arms have mutinied against me,-brutes. My fi...Rate it:

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A Toccata Of Galuppi's
Robert Browning
I. Oh Galuppi, Baldassaro, this is very sad to find! I can hardly misconceive you; it would prove me deaf and blind; But although I take your mean...Rate it:

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A Vision of Poesy - Part 02
Henry Timrod
I It is not winter yet, but that sweet time In autumn when the first cool days are past; A week ago, the leaves were hoar with rime, And some have...Rate it:

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A Walk In The Shrubbery
Charlotte Smith
To the Cistus or Rock Rose, a beautiful plant, whose flowers expand, and fall off twice in twenty-four hours. THE Florists, who have fondly watch'...Rate it:

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Adieu to Belshanny
William Allingham
Adieu to Belashanny! where I was bred and born; Go where I may, I'll think of you, as sure as night and morn. The kindly spot, the friendly town,...Rate it:

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Yehudah HaLevi
Long in the lap of childhood didst thou sleep, Think how thy youth like chaff did disappear; Shall life’s sweet Spring forever last? Look up, Old a...Rate it:

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Adorable Sister
Nikhil Parekh
Tangily mischievous; yet supremely compatible whenever I needed her the most, Boisterously bouncing; yet profoundly empathizing with the myriad o...Rate it:

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After Waterloo
Robert Fuller Murray
On the field of Waterloo we made Napoleon rue That ever out of Elba he decided for to come, For we finished him that day, and he had to run away, A...Rate it:

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Agamemnon In The Fight
George Meredith
[Iliad, B. XI. V. 148] These, then, he left, and away where ranks were now clashing the thickest, Onward rushed, and with him rushed all of the br...Rate it:

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Alf’s Eighth Bit
Ezra Pound
Vex not thou the banker's mind (His what?) with a show of sense, Vex it not, Willie, his mind, Or pierce its pretence On the supposition that it ev...Rate it:

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Always The Mob
Carl Sandburg
Jesus emptied the devils of one man into forty hogs and the hogs took the edge of a high rock and dropped off and down into the sea: a mob. The sh...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
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Art thou indeed among these, Thou of the tyrannous crew, The kingdoms fed upon blood, O queen from of old of the seas, England, art thou of them to...Rate it:

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