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Nimmo
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Since you remember Nimmo, and arrive At such a false and florid and far drawn Confusion of odd nonsense, I connive No longer, though I may have ...Rate it:

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No Neck-Tie Party
Robert William Service
A prisoner speaks: Majority of twenty-three, I face the Judge with joy and glee; For am I not a lucky chap - No more hanging, no more cap; A "life...Rate it:

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No sorrow drops down from Heaven
BEAU GOLDEN
Entwined i feel loved Embraced by a stranger with warmth and passion The cockroach interrupts the ceremony and i kill him No sorrow drops from Heav...Rate it:

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Nocturne
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'm standin' at the corner uv the Lane The Land called Spadgers - waiting fer 'is jills. The night's come chilly, an' a drizzlin' rain Falls stead...Rate it:

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Non es meravelha s'eu chan
Bernard de Ventadorn
Non es meravelha s'eu chan melhs de nul autre chantador, que plus me tra.l cors vas amor el melhs sui faihz a so coman. Cor e cors e saber e sen e ...Rate it:

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Nonsuited
James Brunton Stephens
“Dear Richard, come at once;”—so ran her letter; The letter of a married female friend: “She likes you both, and really knows no better Than I myse...Rate it:

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November
John Crowe Ransom
THERE'S a patch of trees at the edge of the field, And a brown little house that is kept so warm, And a woman waiting by the hearth Who still keeps...Rate it:

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Nursery Rhyme
Frank Wilmot
One year, two year, three year, four, Comes a khaki gentleman knocking at the door. 'Any little boys at home, send them out to me To train them and...Rate it:

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Nutting
William Wordsworth
---------------------It seems a day (I speak of one from many singled out) One of those heavenly days that cannot die; When, in the eagerness of...Rate it:

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O'Hara, J.P.
Henry Lawson
James Patrick O'Hara the Justice of Peace, He bossed the P.M. and he bossed the police; A parent, a deacon, a landlord was he— A townsman of weight...Rate it:

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Oak Creek Canyon Echo
Kurt Philip Behm
I want to write dirty and convoluted, connected and wet And in the mess of my words Feel the stain run down Over the nice clean ordered objective,...Rate it:

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October
Paul Laurence Dunbar
October is the treasurer of the year, And all the months pay bounty to her store; The fields and orchards still their tribute bear, And fill her br...Rate it:

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Ode Composed On A May Morning
William Wordsworth
WHILE from the purpling east departs The star that led the dawn, Blithe Flora from her couch upstarts, For May is on the lawn. A quickeni...Rate it:

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Ode to Apollo. On An Inkglass Almost Dried In The Sun
William Cowper
Patron of all those luckless brains, That, to the wrong side leaning, Indite much metre with much pains, And little or no meaning; Ah why, since oc...Rate it:

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Ode To Cheerfulness
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
LOVELY nymph! with eye serene, Dimpled smile and frolic mien; Come, with airy step advancing, Come, with blooming Hebe dancing; O'er the meads I se...Rate it:

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Ode to the Muse
Mary Darby Robinson
O, let me seize thy pen sublime That paints, in melting dulcet rhyme, The glowing pow'r, the magic art, Th' extatic raptures of the Heart; Soft ...Rate it:

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Ode X: To Thomas Edwards, Esquire: On The Late Edition Of Mr. Pope's Work
Mark Akenside
I. Believe me, Edwards, to restrain The licence of a railer's tongue Is what but seldom men obtain By sense or wit, by prose or song: A task for mo...Rate it:

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Ode XII: On Recovering From A Fit Of Sickness, In the Country
Mark Akenside
I. Thy verdant scenes, O Goulder's hill, Once more i seek, a languid guest: With throbbing temples and with burden'd breast Once more i climb thy s...Rate it:

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Ode XIV: To The Honourable Charles Townshend: From The Country
Mark Akenside
I. Say, Townshend, what can London boast To pay thee for the pleasures lost, The health to-day resign'd, When spring from this her favorite seat Ba...Rate it:

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Ode, Composed On A May Morning
William Wordsworth
While from the purpling east departs The star that led the dawn, Blithe Flora from her couch upstarts, For May is on the lawn. A quickeni...Rate it:

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Ode--'On A Distant Prospect' Of Making A Fortune
Charles Stuart Calverley
Now the 'rosy morn appearing' Floods with light the dazzled heaven; And the schoolboy groans on hearing That eternal clock strike seven:- Now the w...Rate it:

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Ode--Shell the Old City! Shell!
William Gilmore Simms
I. Shell the old city I shell! Ye myrmidons of Hell; Ye serve your master well, With hellish arts! Hurl down, with bolt and fire, The grand old shr...Rate it:

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Old Men Complaining
Padraic Colum
First Old Man He threw his crutched stick down: there came Into his face the anger flame, And he spoke viciously of one Who thwarted him—his so...Rate it:

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Old Snake-Doctor
Madison Julius Cawein
Once I found an ant-lion's hole And an ant-lion in it: nippers Like a pair of rusty clippers. And I saw a red ant roll In its pit, and, quick as Ne...Rate it:

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Old Town Types No. 7
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Well I remember him - Big Jack Herrington; Big Jack, the lumper, tanned and honest-eyed, The clean, straight limbs of him, The strength in those li...Rate it:

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