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A Song Inscribed To The Fremont Clubs
John Greenleaf Whittier
BENEATH thy skies, November! Thy skies of cloud and rain, Around our blazing camp-fires We close our ranks again. Then sound again the bugles, Call...Rate it:

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A Song of Sherwood
Alfred Noyes
Sherwood in the twilight, is Robin Hood awake? Grey and ghostly shadows are gliding through the brake, Shadows of the dappled deer, dreaming of the...Rate it:

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America, A Prophecy
William Blake
The shadowy Daughter of Urthona stood before red Orc, When fourteen suns had faintly journey'd o'er his dark abode: His food she brought...Rate it:

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An American Tale
Helen Maria Williams
"Ah! pity all the pangs I feel, If pity e'er ye knew;-- An aged father's wounds to heal, Through scenes of death I flew. "Perhaps my hast'ning ste...Rate it:

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An Ode on the Piece
Helen Maria Williams
I. As wand'ring late on Albion's shore That chains the rude tempestuous deep, I heard the hollow surges roar And vainly beat her guardian steep; I ...Rate it:

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Sir Henry Newbolt
I sat by the granite pillar, and sunlight fell Where the sunlight fell of old, And the hour was the hour my heart remembered well, And the sermon r...Rate it:

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construction plans should always take into account security breaches
Nat Z. Punx
we would walk casually across the golf course just enjoying a stroll through the autumn night across and into the culvert eyes level with the stre...Rate it:

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Elegy On Newstead Abbey
George Gordon Lord Byron
'It is the voice of years that are gone! they roll before me with all their deeds.'~OSSIAN Newstead! fast-falling, once-resplendent dome! Religio...Rate it:

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Elegy On The Death Of Mr. Phillips
Thomas Chatterton
No more I hail the morning's golden gleam, No more the wonders of the view I sing; Friendship requires a melancholy theme, At her command the awful...Rate it:

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Elegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit
William Shenstone
When genius, graced with lineal splendour, glows, When title shines, with ambient virtues crown'd, Like some fair almond's flowery pomp it shows, T...Rate it:

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Fourteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Ten cleansed, and only one remain! Who would have thought our nature's stain Was dyed so foul, so deep in grain? E'en He who reads the heart - Kn...Rate it:

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Genial Impulse
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
THUS roll I, never taking ease, My tub, like Saint Diogenes, Now serious am, now seek to please; Now love and hate in turn one sees; The motives no...Rate it:

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Heard On The Mountain
Francis Thompson
From Hugo's 'Feuilles d'Automne'. Have you sometimes, calm, silent, let your tread aspirant rise Up to the mountain's summit, in the presence of t...Rate it:

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In the Street
Henry Lawson
Where the needle-woman toils Through the night with hand and brain, Till the sickly daylight shudders like a spectre at the pain – Till her eyes...Rate it:

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John Everett Millais
Alfred Austin
Now let no passing-bell be tolled, Wail now no dirge of gloom; Nor around purple pall unfold The trappings of the tomb! Dead? No, the Artist doth n...Rate it:

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John Horace Burleson
Edgar Lee Masters
I won the prize essay at school Here in the village, And published a novel before I was twenty-five. I went to the city for themes and to enrich...Rate it:

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Frederick George Scott
DEDICATION O POOR, sad hearts that struggle on and wait, Like shipwrecked sailors on a spar at sea, Through deepening glooms, if haply, so...Rate it:

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L'Homme Et La Mer (Man And The Sea)
Charles Baudelaire
Homme libre, toujours tu chériras la mer! La mer est ton miroir; tu contemples ton âme Dans le déroulement infini de sa lame, Et ton esprit n'est p...Rate it:

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Man the Monarch
Mary Leapor
Amaz'd we read of Nature's early Throes How the fair Heav'ns and pond'rous Earth arose: How blooming Trees unplanted first began; And Beasts submis...Rate it:

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Sir Henry Newbolt
He gave us all a good-bye cheerily At the first dawn of day; We dropped him down the side full drearily When the light died away. It's a dead dark ...Rate it:

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Mists In Autumn
James Thomson
Now, by the cool, declining year condescend, Descend the copious exhalations, check'd, As up the middle sky unseen they stole, And roll the doublin...Rate it:

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Monascus red, Rose Laevigae Micchx Brown
Xiaoyuan Yin
Monascus red, Rose Laevigae Micchx Brown By Xiaoyuan Yin Zhu① and Xun② -- symbols of wind and earth……Over the night-veiled mountain ridges Dye jar...Rate it:

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Monody On The Death Of Chatterton
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
When faint and sad o'er sorrow's desert wild Slow journeys onward poor misfortune's child; When fades each lovely form by fancy drest, And inly pi...Rate it:

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Mr. Clay’s Reception At Raleigh, April, 1844
George Moses Horton
Salute the august train! a scene so grand, With every tuneful band; The mighty brave, His country bound to save, Extends his aiding hand; For ...Rate it:

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Mussulman's Dream
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Where is that World, to which the Fancy flies, When Sleep excludes the Present from our Eyes; Whose Map no Voyager cou'd e'er design, Nor to Descri...Rate it:

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