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The Ballad of Bolivar
Rudyard Kipling
Seven men from all the world, back to Docks again, Rolling down the Ratcliffe Road drunk and raising Cain: Give the girls another drink '...Rate it:

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Mulholland's Contract
Rudyard Kipling
The fear was on the cattle, for the gale was on the sea, An' the pens broke up on the lower deck an' let the creatures free -- An' the lights went ...Rate it:

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Altiora Peto
George Essex Evans
O for a vision of the perfect light To shame the splendour of the morning star! O for a breath from out the Infinite Where the great heart of Being...Rate it:

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George Eliot
Alfred Austin
Dead! Is she dead? And all that light extinguished! Mend your words, Those gropings of the blind along plain paths Where all the Heavens are shini...Rate it:

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Sweat The Technique
Mario William Vitale
Sweat The Technique There's a battle for your mind but you say it's just fine pulling a 9 to your head it's the walking dead Not ...Rate it:

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The Defence of Guenevere
William Morris
But, learning now that they would have her speak, She threw her wet hair backward from her brow, Her hand close to her mouth touching her cheek, ...Rate it:

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The Four Seasons : Autumn
James Thomson
Crown'd with the sickle and the wheaten sheaf, While Autumn, nodding o'er the yellow plain, Comes jovial on; the Doric reed once more, Well plea...Rate it:

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The Soul's Quest
Frederick George Scott
PART I IN the land that is neither night nor day, Where the mists sleep over the forests grey, A sad, sad spirit wandered away. The woods are stil...Rate it:

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Nightmare: A Tale for an Autumn Evening
Amy Lowell
After a Print by George Cruikshank It was a gusty night, With the wind booming, and swooping, Looping round corners, Sliding over the cobble-stone...Rate it:

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The Mortal Lease
Edith Wharton
I Because the currents of our love are poured Through the slow welter of the primal flood From some blind source of monster-haunted mud, And flung...Rate it:

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Moon Song or Moon Man
Mildred Pliegs
Zoon, Zoon, over the crinkling sea; the waves roll in and the waves roll out why the Moon Man searches the sea only the Moon Man knowsRate it:

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Advent Sunday
John Keble
Awake--again the Gospel-trump is blown - From year to year it swells with louder tone, From year to year the signs of wrath Are gathering round...Rate it:

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Expostulation
William Cowper
Why weeps the muse for England? What appears In England's case to move the muse to tears? From side to side of her delightful isle Is she not cloth...Rate it:

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Hymn To Joy
Friedrich Schiller
Joy, thou goddess, fair, immortal, Offspring of Elysium, Mad with rapture, to the portal Of thy holy fame we come! Fashion's laws, indeed, may se...Rate it:

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Like Captain Kirk On His Way To Meet Spock
Mario William Vitale
Like Captain Kirk On His Way To Meet Spock I got this rap rock while the hoochie on my sock Drop I got eyes to see & ears to here I shed a ...Rate it:

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Lord William
Robert Southey
No eye beheld when William plunged Young Edmund in the stream, No human ear but William's heard Young Edmund's drowning scream. Submissive all the...Rate it:

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Old Spookses' Pass
Isabella Valancy Crawford
I. WE'D camped that night on Yaller Bull Flat,-- Thar was Possum Billy, an' Tom, an' me. Right smart at throwin' a lariat Was t...Rate it:

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Preludium to Europe
William Blake
The nameless shadowy female rose from out the breast of Orc, Her snaky hair brandishing in the winds of Enitharmon; And thus her voice arose: ...Rate it:

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The Dark, Blue Sea
George Gordon Lord Byron
There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore, There is society where none intrudes, By the deep sea, and music...Rate it:

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The Ghosts Of The Trees
Isabella Valancy Crawford
The silver fangs of the mighty axe, Bit to the blood of our giant boles; It smote our breasts and smote our backs, Thunder'd the front-cleared leav...Rate it:

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The happy hunting grounds
Emily Pauline Johnson
Into the rose gold westland, its yellow prairies roll, World of the bison's freedom, home of the Indian's soul. Roll out, O seas! in sunlight bat...Rate it:

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The Tempter
Mario William Vitale
at first glance it appears harmless to look upon so you take your first sip a numbing sensation comes from within then gradually you build up th...Rate it:

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Enchanting Paradise
Nikhil Parekh
Extracting out just a droplet from the boundless ocean; won't make any difference at all to its swirling and vivacious persona, Pulling out just ...Rate it:

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The Riding of the Rebel
William Henry Ogilvie
He was the Red Creek overseer, a trusted man and true, Whose shoulder never left the wheel when there was work to do; Through all the day he rode t...Rate it:

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A Chanted Calendar
Sydney Thompson Dobell
FIRST came the primrose, On the bank high, Like a maiden looking forth From the window of a tower When the battle rolls below, So look'd she, And s...Rate it:

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