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Horace II, 13.
Eugene Field
O fountain of Blandusia, Whence crystal waters flow, With garlands gay and wine I'll pay The sacrifice I owe; A sportive kid with budding horns I h...Rate it:

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Horace iii. 13
Eugene Field
O fountain of Bandusia, Whence crystal waters flow, With garlands gay and wine I'll pay The sacrifice I owe; A sportive kid with budding horns I...Rate it:

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Horace to phyllis
Eugene Field
Come, Phyllis, I've a cask of wine That fairly reeks with precious juices, And in your tresses you shall twine The loveliest flowers this vale pr...Rate it:

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Hotels
Guillaume Apollinaire
The room is free Each for himself A new arrival Pays by the month The boss is doubtful Whether you’ll pay Like a top I spin on the way The traffic ...Rate it:

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How John Quit The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
Nobody on the old farm here but Mother, me and John, Except, of course, the extry he'p when harvest-time come on-- And then, I want to say to you, ...Rate it:

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Hudibras, Part I (excerpts)
Samuel Butler
THE ARGUMENT OF THE FIRST CANTOSir Hudibras his passing worth, The manner how he sallied forth; His arms and equipage are shown; His horse's virt...Rate it:

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Hudibras: Part 1 - Canto I
Samuel Butler
THE ARGUMENT Sir Hudibras his passing worth, The manner how he sallied forth; His arms and equipage are shown; His horse's virtues, and his own. T...Rate it:

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Hudibras: Part 3 - Canto II
Samuel Butler
THE ARGUMENT The Saints engage in fierce Contests About their Carnal interests; To share their sacrilegious Preys, According to their Rates of Gra...Rate it:

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Hymn 43 part 1
Isaac Watts
Jesus our surety and Savior. 1 Pet. 1:18; Gal. 3:13; Rom. 4:25. Adam, our father and our head, Transgressed, and justice doomed us dead; The fie...Rate it:

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Hymn 65
Isaac Watts
The kingdoms of the world become the kingdoms of our Lord; or, The day of judgment. Rev. 11:15-18. Let the seventh angel sound on high, Let shou...Rate it:

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Hymn of Futility
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Lord, Thou hast given unto us a land. In Thy beneficence Thou has ordained That we should hold a country great and grand, Such as no race of old ha...Rate it:

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Hymn of the Waldenses
William Cullen Bryant
Hear, Father, hear thy faint afflicted flock Cry to thee, from the desert and the rock; While those, who seek to slay thy children, hold Blasphemou...Rate it:

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Hymn To Joy
Friedrich Schiller
Joy, thou goddess, fair, immortal, Offspring of Elysium, Mad with rapture, to the portal Of thy holy fame we come! Fashion's laws, indeed, may se...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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Hymn XXIII: Extended on a Cursed Tree
John Wesley
Extended on a cursed tree, Besmeared with dust, and sweat, and blood, See there, the king of glory see! Sinks and expires the Son of God. Who, wh...Rate it:

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I Dare Not
Ada Cambridge
1. I hear strange voices in the air. My pulses leap, I tear my hair In rage, rebellion, and despair; Yet dare not speak. 2. I am for right, my f...Rate it:

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I Didn’t Win Light In A Windfall
Hayyim Nahman Bialik
I didn’t win light in a windfall, nor by deed of a father’s will. I hewed my light from granite. I quarried my heart. In the mine of my heart a sp...Rate it:

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I Found A Few Old Letters
Rabindranath Tagore
XIV I found a few old letters of mine carefully hidden in thy box—a few small toys for thy memory to play with. With a timorous heart thou didst tr...Rate it:

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I Remember, I Remember
Franklin P. Adams
I remember, I remember The house where I was born; The rent was thirty-two a month, Which made my father mourn. He said he could remember when ...Rate it:

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I Rose Up As My Custom Is
Thomas Hardy
I rose up as my custom is On the eve of All-Souls' day, And left my grave for an hour or so To call on those I used to know Before I passed away. ...Rate it:

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I Stood beneath
Nikhil Parekh
i stood beneath the gurgling waterfall plummeting down the mountain slope, with icy coats of air slapping my face, felt tingling sensations creep...Rate it:

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I Stood With the Dead
Siegfried Sassoon
I Stood with the Dead, so forsaken and still: When dawn was grey I stood with the Dead. And my slow heart said, 'You must kill, you must kill: 'So...Rate it:

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If I were to Own
Edward Thomas
f I were to own this countryside As far as a man in a day could ride, And the Tyes were mine for giving or letting, - Wingle Tye and Margaretting T...Rate it:

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If You Lose
Ehsan Sehgal
In the worldly life If you lose a job, You can reach another If friends slip away from you, You can meet with other ones If a partner leaves you, Y...Rate it:

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Ignis Fatuus
Ambrose Bierce
Weep, weep, each loyal partisan, For Buckley, king of hearts; A most accomplished man; a man Of parts-of foreign parts. Long years he ruled with g...Rate it:

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