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Robert Buchanan
William Cosmo Monkhouse
’T WAS the body of Judas Iscariot Lay in the Field of Blood; ’T was the soul of Judas Iscariot Beside the body stood. Black was the ear...Rate it:

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Robert Burns
James McIntyre
The following ode was delivered by the author at the Centennial Anniversary of Burns, Ingersoll, in presence of a large assembly in the year 1859: ...Rate it:

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Robert Burns Wilson
James Whitcomb Riley
What intuition named thee?--Through what thrill Of the awed soul came the command divine Into the mother-heart, foretelling thine Should palpitate ...Rate it:

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Robert Davidson
Edgar Lee Masters
I grew spiritually fat living off the souls of men. If I saw a soul that was strong I wounded its pride and devoured its strength. The shelters of ...Rate it:

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Robert E. Lee
Julia Ward Howe
A gallant foeman in the fight, A brother when the fight was o'er, The hand that led the host with might The blessed torch of learning bore. No shr...Rate it:

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Robert E. Lee
Stephen Vincent Benet
The man was loved, the man was idolized, The man had every just and noble gift. He took great burdens and he bore them well, Believed in God but di...Rate it:

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Robert Fulton Tanner
Edgar Lee Masters
If a man could bite the giant hand That catches and destroys him, As I was bitten by a rat While demonstrating my patent trap, In my hardware s...Rate it:

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Robert Gould Shaw
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Why was it that the thunder voice of Fate Should call thee, studious, from the classic groves, Where calm-eyed Pallas with still footsteps roves, A...Rate it:

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Robert Louis Stevenson
Richard Le Gallienne
An Elegy High on his Patmos of the Southern Seas Our northern dreamer sleeps, Strange stars above him, and above his grave Strange leaves and wing...Rate it:

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Robert Parkes
Henry Kendall
High travelling winds by royal hill Their awful anthem sing, And songs exalted flow and fill The caverns of the spring. To-night across a wild wet...Rate it:

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Robert Southey Burke
Edgar Lee Masters
I spent my money trying to elect you Mayor A. D. Blood. I lavished my admiration upon you, You were to my mind the almost perfect man. You devoured...Rate it:

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Robert the Bruce (To Douglas in Dying)
Edwin Muir
'MY life is done, yet all remains, The breath has gone, the image not, The furious shapes once forged in heat Live on though now no longer hot. 'St...Rate it:

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To Robert Barber Esq; Deputy To The Treasurer's Remembrancer In The Court Of Exchequer
Mary Barber
Whilst Gay's unhappy Fate thy Ear attends, Thy Heart, indignant, scorns his faithless Friends; Thy gen'rous Heart, which never learnt the Way, A Fr...Rate it:

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To Robert Batty, M.D., on His Giving Me a Lock of Milton's Hair
James Henry Leigh Hunt
It lies before me there, and my own breath Stirs its thin outer threads, as though beside The living head I stood in honoured pride, Talking of ...Rate it:

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To Robert Browning
Walter Savage Landor
There is delight in singing, though none hear Beside the singer; and there is delight In praising, though the praiser sits alone And see the praise...Rate it:

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To Robert Burns
James Whitcomb Riley
Sweet Singer that I loe the maist O' ony, sin' wi' eager haste I smacket bairn-lips ower the taste O' hinnied sang, I hail thee, though a blessed g...Rate it:

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To Robert Louis Stevenson
Alfred Austin
I never saw you, never grasped your hand, Nor wrote nor read lines absence loves to trace, Ne'er with you sate in your accustomed place, Nor waited...Rate it:

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Ultima Thule: Robert Burns
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I see amid the fields of Ayr A ploughman, who, in foul and fair, Sings at his task So clear, we know not if it is The laverock's song we hear, or h...Rate it:

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XX: To Robert Browning
Thomas Noon Talfourd
SUGGESTED BY A SUNSET OF UNUSUAL BEAUTY A mighty sorrow gathers while the eye Is by the sunset's waning glories fed, For they recal the forms of p...Rate it:

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Alan Parry-Booth
THE BOY FROM PENRHIWCEIBER. Robert Bye was born in Pontypridd A boy of valleys fibre He spent his youth in Woodfield Street In nearby Penrhiwceibe...Rate it:

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The Fire At Ross's Farm
Henry Lawson
The squatter saw his pastures wide Decrease, as one by one The farmers moving to the west Selected on his run; Selectors took the water up ...Rate it:

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The Journey
Charles Churchill
Some of my friends (for friends I must suppose All, who, not daring to appear my foes, Feign great good-will, and not more full of spite Than full ...Rate it:

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Battered Bob
Edward George Dyson
HE WAS working on a station in the Western when I knew him, And he came from Conongamo, up the old surveyors’ track, And the fellows all admitted t...Rate it:

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Repentance And Reconciliation
Charles Lamb
JANE. Mamma is displeased and looks very grave, And I own, brother, I was to blame Just now when I told her I wanted to have, Like Miss Lydia, a ve...Rate it:

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The Brus Book 20
John Barbour
King Robert in Northumberland] Sone eftre that the erle Thomas Fra Wardaill thus reparyt was The king assemblyt all his mycht And left nane th...Rate it:

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