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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
Thomas Parnell
Thyrsis, a young and am'rous Swain, Saw two, the Beauties of the Plain; Who both his Heart subdue: Gay Cælia's Eyes were dazzling fair, Sabina's ea...Rate it:

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A Song In Praise
Ambrose Bierce
Hail, blessed Blunder! golden idol, hail! Clay-footed deity of all who fail. Celestial image, let thy glory shine, Thy feet concealing, but a lamp ...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 Wasted Day
Robert Fuller Murray
Another day let slip! Its hours have run, Its golden hours, with prodigal excess, All run to waste. A day of life the less; Of many wasted days, al...Rate it:

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Addressed To Haydon
John Keats
High-mindedness, a jealousy for good, A loving-kindness for the great man's fame, Dwells here and there with people of no name, In noisome alley, a...Rate it:

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Advice To My Best Brother, Coll: Francis Lovelace.
Richard Lovelace
Frank, wil't live unhandsomely? trust not too far Thy self to waving seas: for what thy star, Calculated by sure event, must be, Look in the glassy...Rate it:

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Ainsi Va le Monde
Mary Darby Robinson
[As a Tribute of Esteem and Admiration this Poem is inscribed to ROBERT MERRY, Esq. A. M. Member of the Royal Academy at Florence, and Author of th...Rate it:

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Algernon Charles Swinburne
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
SHRIEKS out of smoke, a flame of dung-straw fire That is not quenched but hath for only fruit What writhes and dies not in its rotten root: Two thi...Rate it:

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An Art Critic
Ambrose Bierce
Ira P. Rankin, you've a nasal name I'll sound it through 'the speaking-trump of fame,' And wondering nations, hearing from afar The brazen twang of...Rate it:

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AN ELEGY Occasioned by the losse of the most incomparable Lady Stanhope, daughter to the Earl of Northumberland
Henry King
Lightned by that dimme Torch our sorrow bears We sadly trace thy Coffin with our tears; And though the Ceremonious Rites are past Since thy fair...Rate it:

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An Elegy on the Death of the Virtuous Lady Elizabeth, Countess of Rutland
Francis Beaumont
I may forget to drink, to eat, to sleep, Remembering thee: but when I do, to weep In well-weighed lines, that men shall at thy hearse Envy the sorr...Rate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the immature loss of the most vertuous Lady Anne Rich
Henry King
I envy not thy mortal triumphs, Death, (Thou enemy to Vertue as to Breath) Nor do I wonder much, nor yet complain The weekly numbers by thy arro...Rate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the most victorious King of Sweden Gustavus Adolphus
Henry King
Like a cold fatal sweat which ushers death My thoughts hang on me, & my lab'ring breath Stopt up with sighs, my fancie big with woes, Feels two ...Rate it:

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An English Peasant
George Crabbe
To pomp and pageantry in nought allied, A noble peasant, Isaac Ashford, died. Noble he was, contemning all things mean, His truth unquestion'd, an...Rate it:

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An Epistle to Mr. Southerne
Elijah Fenton
Bold is the Muse to leave her humble Cell, And sing to thee, who know'st to sing so well: Thee! who to Britain still preserv'st the Crown, And mak'...Rate it:

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An Experiment In Translation
Alfred Austin
Blest husbandmen! if they but knew their bliss! For whom, from war remote, fair-minded Earth Teems, to light toil, with ready sustenance. What thou...Rate it:

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An Imitation of Spenser
William Blake
Golden Apollo, that thro' heaven wide Scatter'st the rays of light, and truth's beams, In lucent words my darkling verses dight, And wash my earthy...Rate it:

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An Inventor
Augusta Davies Webster
Not yet! I thought this time 'twas done at last, the workings perfected, the life in it; and there's the flaw again, the petty flaw, the frett...Rate it:

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An Old Story
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Strange that I did not know him then. That friend of mine! I did not even show him then One friendly sign; But cursed him for the ways he had ...Rate it:

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An Unfortunate Likeness
William Schwenck Gilbert
I'VE painted SHAKESPEARE all my life - "An infant" (even then at "play"!) "A boy," with stage-ambition rife, Then "Married to ANN HATHAWAY." "The ...Rate it:

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Animal Tranquillity and Decay
William Wordsworth
The little hedgerow birds, That peck along the roads, regard him not. He travels on, and in his face, his step, His gait, is one expression: eve...Rate it:

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Apology For Bad Dreams
Robinson Jeffers
I In the purple light, heavy with redwood, the slopes drop seaward, Headlong convexities of forest, drawn in together to the steep ravine. Below, o...Rate it:

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Arcades
John Milton
Part of an entertainment presented to the Countess Dowager of Darby at Harefield, by som Noble persons of her Family, who appear on the Scene in pa...Rate it:

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