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A Dorset Idyl
Francis Turner Palgrave
_HARCOMBE NEAR LYME_ September: 1878 Before me with one happy heave Of golden green the hillside curves, Where slowly, smoothly, rounding swerves...Rate it:

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A Dream
James Whitcomb Riley
I dreamed I was a spider; A big, fat, hungry spider; A lusty, rusty spider With a dozen palsied limbs; With a dozen limbs that dangled Where three ...Rate it:

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A Dream of the Melbourne Cup
Andrew Barton Paterson
Bring me a quart of colonial beer And some doughy damper to make good cheer, I must make a heavy dinner; Heavily dine and heavily sup, Of indig...Rate it:

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A Dream of the Orient
Charles Harpur
With a resplendent Eastern bride, Like a houri at my side, And music round us swelling, ’Mid odours of so rare a steam That like a breath of...Rate it:

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A Duty Done - 1935
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The swallows are back, and I'm tuning my lyre, For today 'tis my duty to sing A melodious lay that is graciously gay To welcome - officially - spri...Rate it:

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A Fairly Sad Tale
Dorothy Parker
I think that I shall never know Why I am thus, and I am so. Around me, other girls inspire In men the rush and roar of fire, The sweet transparency...Rate it:

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A Fallen Leaf
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
A trusting little leaf of green, A bold audacious frost; A rendezvous, a kiss or two, And youth for ever lost. Ah, me! The bitter, bit...Rate it:

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A Fallen Yew
Francis Thompson
It seemed corrival of the world's great prime, Made to un-edge the scythe of Time, And last with stateliest rhyme. No tender Dryad ever did indue ...Rate it:

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A Farewell to False Love
Sir Walter Raleigh
Farewell, false love, the oracle of lies, A mortal foe and enemy to rest, An envious boy, from whom all cares arise, A bastard vile, a beast wit...Rate it:

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A Farm Walk
Christina Georgina Rossetti
The year stood at its equinox And bluff the North was blowing, A bleat of lambs came from the flocks, Green hardy things were growing; I met a maid...Rate it:

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A Farmhouse Dirge
Alfred Austin
Will you walk with me to the brow of the hill, to visit the farmer's wife, Whose daughter lies in the churchyard now, eased of the ache of life? Ha...Rate it:

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A Father's Fear.
Robert Crawford
The little feet that run to me, The little hands that strive To touch me at the heart, and find The heart in me alive: Oh God! if hands and feet sh...Rate it:

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A Feel In The Chris'mas-Air
James Whitcomb Riley
They's a kind o' _feel_ in the air, to me. When the Chris'mas-times sets in. That's about as much of a mystery As ever I've run ag'in!-- Fer instun...Rate it:

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A Florida Ghost.
Sidney Lanier
Down mildest shores of milk-white sand, By cape and fair Floridian bay, Twixt billowy pines -- a surf asleep on land -- And the great Gulf at ...Rate it:

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A Florida Sunday.
Sidney Lanier
From cold Norse caves or buccaneer Southern seas Oft come repenting tempests here to die; Bewailing old-time wrecks and robberies, They shrive to...Rate it:

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A Forest Hymn
William Cullen Bryant
The groves were God's first temples. Ere man learned To hew the shaft, and lay the architrave, And spread the roof above them,---ere he framed T...Rate it:

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A Forsaken Lady To Her False Servant That Is Disdained By His New Mistriss
Richard Lovelace
Were it that you so shun me, 'cause you wish (Cruels't) a fellow in your wretchednesse, Or that you take some small ease in your owne Torments, to ...Rate it:

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A Friend's Song for Simoisius
Louise Imogen Guiney
The breath of dew, and twilight's grace, Be on the lonely battle-place; And to so young, so kind a face, The long, protecting grasses cling! (A...Rate it:

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A Frolic
Paul Laurence Dunbar
SWING yo' lady roun' an' roun', Do de bes' you know; Mek yo' bow an' p'omenade Up an' down de flo'; Mek dat banjo hump huhse'f, Listen at huh talk:...Rate it:

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A Funeral Poem On The Death Of C. E. An Infant Of Twelve Months
Phillis Wheatley
Through airy roads he wings his instant flight To purer regions of celestial light; Enlarg'd he sees unnumber'd systems roll, Beneath him sees the ...Rate it:

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A fuzzy fellow, without feet
Emily Dickinson
A fuzzy fellow, without feet, Yet doth exceeding run! Of velvet, is his Countenance, And his Complexion, dun! Sometime, he dwelleth in the grass! ...Rate it:

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A Garden Idyl
George Meredith
With sagest craft Arachne worked Her web, and at a corner lurked, Awaiting what should plump her soon, To case it in the death-cocoon. Sagaciously ...Rate it:

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A Garden In The Desert
Harriet Monroe
So light and soft the days fall— Like petals one by one Down from yon tree whose flowers all Must vanish in the sun. Like almond-petals down, dea...Rate it:

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A General Summary
Rudyard Kipling
We are very slightly changed From the semi-apes who ranged India's Prehistoric clay; He that drew the longest bow Ran his brother down, you know, A...Rate it:

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A Grey Mood
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
As we hurry away to the end, my friend, Of this sad little farce called existence, We are sure that the future will bring one thing, And that ...Rate it:

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