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Old Pardon, the Son of Reprieve
Andrew Barton Paterson
You never heard tell of the story? Well, now, I can hardly believe! Never heard of the honour and glory Of Pardon, the son of Reprieve? But may...Rate it:

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Our New Horse
Andrew Barton Paterson
The boys had come back from the races All silent and down on their luck; They'd backed 'em, straight out and for places, But never a winner they...Rate it:

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Preparatory Meditations - First Series: 32
Edward Taylor
(I. Corinthians 3:22. Whether Paul or Apollos, or Cephas) Thy grace, dear Lord, 's my golden wrack, I find, Screwing my fancy into ragged rhymes, ...Rate it:

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Saltbush Bill's Gamecock
Andrew Barton Paterson
'Twas Saltbush Bill, with his travelling sheep, was making his way to town; He crossed them over the Hard Times Run, and he came to the Take 'Em D...Rate it:

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Satyr V. Verse
Thomas Parnell
Thou soft Engager of my tender years Divertive verse now come & ease my cares The Rake has wine the aged knave ye view Of what his death bed Charit...Rate it:

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Song Of A Scholar And His Mistress, Who, Being Crossed By Their Friends, Fell Mad For One Another; And Now First Meet In Bedlam
John Dryden
[Music within.] The Lovers enter at opposite doors, each held by a keeper. Phillis. Look, look I see—­I see my love appear! ’Tis he—­’Tis he al...Rate it:

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Sun-Up
Lola Ridge
(Shadows over a cradle… fire-light craning…. A hand throws something in the fire and a smaller hand runs into the flame and out again, ...Rate it:

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The Chronicle Of The Drum
William Makepeace Thackeray
Part I. At Paris, hard by the Maine barriers, Whoever will choose to repair, Midst a dozen of wooden-legged warriors May haply fall in with old Pi...Rate it:

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The Convert's Love
Thomas Parnell
Blessed Light of saints on high Who fill the mansions of the sky, Sure defence, whose mercy still Preserves thy subjects here from ill, O my Jesus!...Rate it:

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The Debate
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
He was a Glug of simple charm; He wished no living creature harm. His kindly smile like sunlight fell On all about, and wished them well. Yet, 'spi...Rate it:

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The Four Ages of Man
Anne Bradstreet
1.1 Lo now! four other acts upon the stage, 1.2 Childhood, and Youth, the Manly, and Old-age. 1.3 The first: son unto Phlegm, grand-chi...Rate it:

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The Great Mercy
Katharine Tynan
Betwixt the saddle and the ground Was mercy sought and mercy found. Yea, in the twinkling of an eye, He cried; and Thou hast heard his cry. Be...Rate it:

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The Mayfair Love-Song
William Makepeace Thackeray
Winter and summer, night and morn, I languish at this table dark; My office window has a corn- er looks into St. James's Park. I hear the foot-guar...Rate it:

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The Pencil Seller
Robert William Service
A pencil, sir; a penny -- won't you buy? I'm cold and wet and tired, a sorry plight; Don't turn your back, sir; take one just to try; I haven't mad...Rate it:

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The Plot Against the Giant
Wallace Stevens
First Girl When this yokel comes maundering, Whetting his hacker, I shall run before him, Diffusing the civilest odors Out of geraniums and unsmell...Rate it:

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The Road to Hogan's Gap
Andrew Barton Paterson
Now look, you see, it’s this way like, You cross the broken bridge And run the crick down till you strike The second right-hand ridge. Th...Rate it:

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The Sing-Song of Old Man Kangaroo
Rudyard Kipling
This is the mouth-filling song of the race that was run by a Boomer. Run in a single burst--only event of its kind-- Started by Big God Nqong from ...Rate it:

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The Sleepers
Walt Whitman
I WANDER all night in my vision, Stepping with light feet, swiftly and noiselessly stepping and stopping, Bending with open eyes...Rate it:

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The Song of the Wheels
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
King Dives he was walking in his garden all alone, Where his flowers are made of iron and his trees are made of stone, And his hives are full of...Rate it:

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What Have the Cavalry Done?
Andrew Barton Paterson
What have the cavalry done? Cantered and trotted about, Routin' the enemy out, Causin' the beggars to run! And we tramped along in the blazin' ...Rate it:

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Worth Forest
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Come, Prudence, you have done enough to--day-- The worst is over, and some hours of play We both have earned, even more than rest, from toil; Our m...Rate it:

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Years After the War In Australia
Henry Lawson
The Big rough boys from the runs out back were first where the balls flew free, And yelled in the slang of the Outside Track: ‘By God, it’s a Chris...Rate it:

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A Code of Morals
Rudyard Kipling
Now Jones had left his new-wed bride to keep his house in order, And hied away to the Hurrum Hills above the Afghan border, To sit on a rock with a...Rate it:

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A Song of Rain
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Because a little vagrant wind veered south from China Sea; Or else, because a sun-spot stirred; and yet again, maybe Because some idle god in play ...Rate it:

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A Story at Dusk
Ada Cambridge
An evening all aglow with summer light And autumn colour—fairest of the year. The wheat-fields, crowned with shocks of tawny gold, All intersperse...Rate it:

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