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Native Moments
Walt Whitman
NATIVE moments! when you come upon me--Ah you are here now! Give me now libidinous joys only! Give me the drench of my passions! Give me life coar...Rate it:

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Never Do Enough
Mario William Vitale
You will never do enough for some people in this world cause there being blinded by sin, self & Satan just be the best that you could be you...Rate it:

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New Chum and Old Monarch
James Brunton Stephens
“Chieftain, enter my verandah; Sit not in the blinding glare; Thou shalt have a refuge, and a Remnant of my household fare. “Ill becomes thy princ...Rate it:

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Noey Bixler
James Whitcomb Riley
Another hero of those youthful years Returns, as Noey Bixler's name appears. And Noey--if in any special way-- Was notably good-natured.--Work or p...Rate it:

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Oh, see how thick the goldcup flowers
Alfred Edward Housman
Oh, see how thick the goldcup flowers Are lying in field and lane, With dandelions to tell the hours That never are told again. Oh may I squire...Rate it:

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Old Barnard -- A Monkish Tale
Mary Darby Robinson
OLD BARNARD was still a lusty hind, Though his age was full fourscore; And he us'd to go Thro' hail and snow, To a neighb'ring town, With his old c...Rate it:

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Old Fashioned Roses
James Whitcomb Riley
They ain't no style about 'em, And they're sorto' pale and faded, Yit the doorway here, without 'em, Would be lonesomer, and shaded With a good 'ea...Rate it:

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Old Man
Edward Thomas
Old Man, or Lads-Love, - in the name there's nothing To one that knows not Lads-Love, or Old Man, The hoar green feathery herb, almost a tree, Gr...Rate it:

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Olney Hymn 16: The Sower
William Cowper
Ye sons of earth prepare the plough, Break up your fallow ground; The sower is gone forth to sow, And scatter blessings round. The seed that f...Rate it:

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On A Fortification At Boston Begun By Women
Benjamin Tompson
A Grand attempt some Amazonian Dames Contrive whereby to glorify their names, A Ruff for Boston Neck of mud and turfe, Reaching from side to side f...Rate it:

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On A Pen
Jonathan Swift
In youth exalted high in air, Or bathing in the waters fair, Nature to form me took delight, And clad my body all in white. My person tall, and sle...Rate it:

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On Himself
Jonathan Swift
ON RAINY days alone I dine Upon a chick and pint of wine. On rainy days I dine alone And pick my chicken to the bone; But this my servants much...Rate it:

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On Quitting
Edgar Albert Guest
How much grit do you think you've got? Can you quit a thing that you like a lot? You may talk of pluck; it's an easy word, And where'er yo...Rate it:

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Only a Jockey
Andrew Barton Paterson
Out in the grey cheerless chill of the morning light, Out on the track where the night shades still lurk, ere the first gleam of the sungod's ret...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act IV
John Keats
SCENE I. AURANTHE'S Apartment. AURANTHE and CONRAD discovered. Conrad. Well, well, I know what ugly jeopardy We are cag'd in; you need not pester...Rate it:

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Our Song
Carmen Tejada & Gerald Hierro
I am afraid to say some words But I'm sure I should say a lot more Open myself and drop my soul God pick up my pieces, now I'll fly and roar Crea...Rate it:

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Paddy Magee
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
What are you doing now, Paddy Magee? Grafting, or spelling now, Paddy Magee? Breaking, or branding? Or overlanding, Out on the sand ridges, Paddy M...Rate it:

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Pan and Luna
Robert Browning
Si credere dignum est.--Virgil, Georgics, III, 390 Oh, worthy of belief I hold it was, Virgil, your legend in those strange three lines! No ques...Rate it:

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Mario William Vitale
I’m a real mellow fellow and my rhymes cause sedation Flow so sick you gotta give it medication Knowledge so wholesome that it drives meditation My...Rate it:

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Picking Flowers
Ho Xuan Huong
If you want to pick flowers, you have to hike. Climbing up, don't worry about your weary bones. Pluck the low branches, pull down the high. Enjoy a...Rate it:

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Playing At Priests
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
WITHIN a town where parity According to old form we see,-- That is to say, where Catholic And Protestant no quarrels pick, And where, as in his fat...Rate it:

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Preparatory Meditations - First Series: 39
Edward Taylor
(I John 2:1. If any Man Sin, We Have an Advocate) My sin! My sin, my God, these cursed dregs, Green, yellow, blue-streaked poison hellish, rank, B...Rate it:

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Prologue To Steele's Tender Husband
Joseph Addison
In the first rise and infancy of farce, When fools were many, and when plays were scarce The raw unpractis'd authors could, with ease, A young and ...Rate it:

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Promise Me
Nikhil Parekh
Promise me you wont change like the seasons; leaving me solitary and dilapidated wandering aimlessly on the mountains, Promise me you wont transf...Rate it:

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Clive Staples Lewis
I thought there would be a grave beauty, a sunset splendour In being the last of one's kind: a topmost moment as one watched The huge wave curving...Rate it:

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