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Anniversary Poem
John Greenleaf Whittier
conscript drums, The bugle's call. Our path is plain; the war-net draws Round us in vain, While, faRate it:

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A Blouse Machinist
Lesbia Harford
hair. I'm sure that other people think her plain But I could look at her And look again AlthougRate it:

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A Farewel To America to Mrs. S. W.
Phillis Wheatley
smiling meads, Adieu, the flow'ry plain: I leave thine op'ning charms, O spring, And tempt Rate it:

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A Fool
Ambrose Bierce
the Bull divine again Bellows and paws the dusty plain, To nature true. I challenge not his ancientRate it:

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A Grammarian's Funeral Shortly after the Revival of Learnin
Robert Browning
its tether Sleeping safe on the bosom of the plain, Cared-for till cock-crow: Look outRate it:

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A Letter To Monsieur Boileau Despreaux, Occasioned By The Victory At Blenheim
Matthew Prior
-- Wurts? But, tell me, hast thou reason to complain Of the rough triumphs of the last campaign? ThRate it:

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A Prize Poem
Henry Timrod
A fairy ring Drawn in the crimson of a battle-plain -- From whose weird circle every loathsome thing And sight and sound of pain Are banished, wh...Rate it:

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A Utilitarian View Of The Monitor's Fight
Herman Melville
Plain be the phrase, yet apt the verse, More ponderous than nimble; For since grimed War here laid aside His painted pomp, 'twould ill befit Overmu...Rate it:

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A Vision Out West
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
of earth and rock, in tumbled fragments on the plain; But, never heeding the rebuff, to right and Rate it:

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A Voice from the City
Henry Lawson
On western plain and eastern hill Where once my fancy ranged, The station hands are riding still And they are little changed. But I have lost in Lo...Rate it:

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Address Delivered At The Opening Of The New Theatre At Richmond
Henry Timrod
fairy ring Drawn in the crimson of a battle-plain -- From whose weird circle every loathsome thing Rate it:

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After Rain
Archibald Lampman
the wind awoke; The darkness passed upon the plain; The great drops rattled at the pane. Now pipedRate it:

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Alexander And Zenobia
Anne Brontë
a distant clime. 'We met on Grecia's classic plain, We part in Araby. And let us hope to mRate it:

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Alma; or, The Progress of the Mind. In Three Cantos. - Canto II.
Matthew Prior
figure stain, The in-side must be rich and plain: So you, great authors, have thought fit To make dRate it:

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Ambition And Content: A Fable
Mark Akenside
care; Plenty; the brightest nymph of all the plain, Each heart's delight, ador'd by every swain. SoRate it:

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An Address to the Rev. George Gilfillan
William Topaz McGonagall
delight, Because they find him to be honest and plain, Affable in temper, and seldom known to complRate it:

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AN ANSWER IN THE BEHALF OF A WOMAN.
Henry Howard
and note things somewhat near, Shall find where plainness seems to haunt, nothing but craft appear.Rate it:

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An Evening Dream
Sydney Thompson Dobell
the total Russian host, flooding up the solemn plain, Secret as a silent sea, mighty as a moving maRate it:

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An Ode - Humbly Inscribed To The Queen, On the Glorious Success of Her Majesty's Arms
Matthew Prior
flame. When fierce Bavar on Judoign's spacious plain Did from afar the British chief behold, BetwRate it:

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Another Fall Of Rain
Andrew Barton Paterson
we shore the six-tooth wethers from the plain. And if the sheep get harder, then a few more men wilRate it:

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Argentile and Curan. - Albion's England (excerpt)
William Warner
abroad, and made a gibe to all that keep this plain. There be as quaint (at least that think themRate it:

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Arnold Rode Behind
Roderic Quinn
with searing scorn, And turned and told him plain, Of how I found him stupid, drugged, With dull anRate it:

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Australia's Vision
Roderic Quinn
mirage in the quivering west — A horseman on the plain! Silent, with hand above his eyes, With thouRate it:

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Because My Father's One
Henry Lawson
let him come to me. 'And let him come with plain words, With plain words in daylight, And ride notRate it:

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Berrathah
James Macpherson
thy blue course, O stream! round the narrow plain of Lutha. Let the green woods hang over it, from Rate it:

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