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Glory Unsung
Kurt Philip Behm
Victory is a song unwritten, whose words beget the score With truth in play, all time relayed, past battles, future wars Yesterday winless, tomor...Rate it:

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God
Gavril Romanovich Derzhavin
O Thou, who's infinite in space, Alive in ever-moving matter, Eternal in the flow of time, God faceless, with a trinity of faces! Soul unified and ...Rate it:

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Golgotha
John Todhunter
1. On his cross still hangs the Saviour, Bears our sins in dreadful sum, Eighteen centuries and three quarters, Yet his kingdom is not come. 2...Rate it:

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Griselda: A Society Novel In Verse - Chapter V
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Griselda's madness lasted forty days, Forty eternities! Men went their ways, And suns arose and set, and women smiled, And tongues wagged lightly i...Rate it:

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Hard Won
Kurt Philip Behm
We can all think differently While instantaneously feeling the same We can politically straddle the great divide While below loving the ...Rate it:

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Hawarden
George Meredith
When comes the lighted day for men to read Life's meaning, with the work before their hands Till this good gift of breath from debt is freed, Earth...Rate it:

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He gave away his Life
Emily Dickinson
He gave away his Life— To Us—Gigantic Sum— A trifle—in his own esteem— But magnified—by Fame— Until it burst the Hearts That fancied they could ho...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Sixth Sestiad
George Chapman
No longer could the Day nor Destinies Delay the Night, who now did frowning rise Into her throne; and at her humorous breasts Visions and Dreams la...Rate it:

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How precious are thy thoughts of peace
James Montgomery
How precious are thy thoughts of peace, O God! to me; how great their sum! New every morn, they never cease; They were, they are, and yet shall com...Rate it:

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How the Waters closed above Him
Emily Dickinson
How the Waters closed above Him We shall never know— How He stretched His Anguish to us That—is covered too— Spreads the Pond Her Base of Lilies B...Rate it:

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I made slow Riches but my Gain
Emily Dickinson
I made slow Riches but my Gain Was steady as the Sun And every Night, it numbered more Than the preceding One All Days, I did not earn the same Bu...Rate it:

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If
Paul Laurence Dunbar
IF life were but a dream, my Love, And death the waking time; If day had not a beam, my Love, And night had not a rhyme, — A barren, barren world w...Rate it:

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Immigration
Andrew Barton Paterson
Now Jordan's land of promise is the burden of my song. Perhaps you've heard him lecture, and blow about it strong; To hear him talk you'd think it ...Rate it:

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In Imitation of Dr. Swift : The Happy Life of a Country Parson
Alexander Pope
Parson, these things in thy possessing Are better than the Bishop's blessing. A Wife that makes conserves; a Steed That carries double when there's...Rate it:

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In The Distance
Kurt Philip Behm
A man can walk farther than a horse can run Fate not in the speed —but in the distance zero sum (Dreamsleep: December, 2019)Rate it:

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In War-Time: A Prayer Of The Understanding
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Lo, this is night. Hast thou, oh sun, refused Thy countenance, or is thy golden arm Shortened, or from thy shining place in heaven Art thou put dow...Rate it:

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It bloomed and dropt, a Single Noon
Emily Dickinson
It bloomed and dropt, a Single Noon— The Flower—distinct and Red— I, passing, thought another Noon Another in its stead Will equal glow, and thoug...Rate it:

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It's all I have to bring today
Emily Dickinson
It's all I have to bring today— This, and my heart beside— This, and my heart, and all the fields— And all the meadows wide— Be sure you count—shou...Rate it:

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Its Only Cost
Kurt Philip Behm
Here today and gone tomorrow, the worm can quickly turn A sun last set, all vision spent, —the sum of what you’ve learned The baton is passed, ...Rate it:

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Its Scar Now Yours To Love (Blues Poem #12)
Kurt Philip Behm
"You must earn the right to sing the blues "No high school chorus, the hurt you choose" To wrestle with your demons, no s...Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 04 - part 02
Torquato Tasso
XVII 'Among the knights and worthies of their train, Let some like outlaws wander uncouth ways, Let some be slain in field, let some again Make ora...Rate it:

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Jones's Porvate Argyment
Sidney Lanier
That air same Jones, which lived in Jones, He had this pint about him: He'd swear with a hundred sighs and groans, That farmers MUST stop gittin...Rate it:

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Kill Shot
Kurt Philip Behm
If language a bullet, the pen is my gun Its wound self inflicted, the verse zero-sum (Villanova Pennsylvania: January, 2015)Rate it:

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King Billy's Skull.
James Brunton Stephens
THE scene is the Southern Hemisphere; The time — oh, any time of the year Will do as well as another; say June, Put it down likewise as the full of...Rate it:

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KISSING USURY
Robert Herrick
Biancha, let Me pay the debt I owe thee for a kiss Thou lend'st to me; And I to thee Will render ten for this. If thou wilt say, Ten will not pay ...Rate it:

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