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Rotund Bar Of Lipstick
Nikhil Parekh
When I applied it on my eyes; rubbing it vigorously all around the intricately drooping lids, It looked pretty sensuous with a frivolous aura circ...Rate it:

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Spring Wind in London
Katherine Mansfield
I Blow across the stagnant world, I blow across the sea, For me, the sailor's flag unfurled, For me, the uprooted tree. My challenge to the world i...Rate it:

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The Best thing
Nikhil Parekh
The best thing that the eyes could do; was to stare indefatigably into free space; relentlessly admire the mesmerizing treasures of this earth, T...Rate it:

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The Dream Ring of the Desert
John Milton Hayes
THE MERCHANT Abu Khan shunned the customs of his race, And sought the cultured wisdom of the West. His daughter fair Leola had the desert’s supple ...Rate it:

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The Dreamers
William Wilfred Campbell
THEY lingered on the middle heights Betwixt the brown earth and the heaven; They whispered, 'We are not the night's, But pallid children of the eve...Rate it:

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The First Surveyor
Andrew Barton Paterson
"The opening of the railway line! -- the Governor and all! With flags and banners down the street, a banquet and a ball. Hark to 'em at the stati...Rate it:

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The Flying Dutchman
John Boyle O'Reilly
LONG time ago, from Amsterdam a vessel sailed away,— As fair a ship as ever flung aside the laughing spray. Upon the shore were tearful eyes, and s...Rate it:

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The Old Meeting House
Alfred Noyes
Its quiet graves were made for peace till Gabriel blows his horn. Those wise old elms could hear no cry Of all that distant agony— Only the red-...Rate it:

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The Sands of Dee
Charles Kingsley
1 "O Mary, go and call the cattle home, 2 And call the cattle home, 3 And call the cattle home 4 Across the sands...Rate it:

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The Sewing-Girl
Robert William Service
The humble garret where I dwell Is in that Quarter called the Latin; It isn't spacious -- truth to tell, There's hardly room to swing a cat in. But...Rate it:

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The Travelling Post Office
Andrew Barton Paterson
The roving breezes come and go, the reed-beds sweep and sway, The sleepy river murmers low,and loiters on its way, It is the land of lots o'time ...Rate it:

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The Voices Of The Rain
Roderic Quinn
LAST night, when under troubled skies The storm went marching o'er the plain, An elfin music seemed to rise, A singing in the rain. At first it see...Rate it:

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The Way
Amy Lowell
At first a mere thread of a footpath half blotted out by the grasses Sweeping triumphant across it, it wound between hedges of roses Whose blosso...Rate it:

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The Wind
Mathilde Blind
ACROSS the barren moors the wild, wild wind Went sweeping on, and with his sobs and shrieks Filled the still night, and tore the woof of clouds Thr...Rate it:

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Two Sons
William Cosmo Monkhouse
I HAVE two sons, wife— Two, and yet the same; One his wild way runs, wife, Bringing us to shame. The one is bearded, sun...Rate it:

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When I Wandered Through The Lane Of Love
Nikhil Parekh
When I philandered through the winding lanes of the mountain; I encountered an assemblage of vivacious trees and nimble rabbit, When I strolled t...Rate it:

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When Two Hearts Bonded Together
Nikhil Parekh
When the clouds in the cosmos bonded together; there pelted down showers of ferocious and sparkling rain, When the minuscule winds in the atmosph...Rate it:

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With French to Kimberley
Andrew Barton Paterson
The Boers were down on Kimberley with siege and Maxim gun; The Boers were down on Kimberley, their numbers ten to one! Faint were the hopes the B...Rate it:

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With French to Kimberley
Andrew Barton Paterson
The Boers were down on Kimberley with siege and Maxim gun; The Boers were down on Kimberley, their numbers ten to one! Faint were the hopes the Bri...Rate it:

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Within the Alamo
Karle Wilson Baker
He drew a straight line Across the dirt floor: Within, it was death-still-- Without, was a roar And a scream of the trumpets: Within, was a Word-- ...Rate it:

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A Song of Honour
Ralph Hodgson
I climbed a hill as light fell short, And rooks came home in scramble sort, And filled the trees and flapped and fought And sang themselves to s...Rate it:

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Invocation To The Muses
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Read by the poet at The Public Ceremonial of The Naional Institute of Arts and Letters at Carnegie Hall, New York, January 18th, 1941. Great Muse...Rate it:

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The Secret of the Machinery
Rudyard Kipling
Modern Machinery We were taken from the ore-bed and the mine, We were melted in the furnace and the pit-- We were cast and wrought and hammered...Rate it:

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A Baby Running Barefoot
David Herbert Lawrence
When the bare feet of the baby beat across the grass The little white feet nod like white flowers in the wind, They poise and run like ripples la...Rate it:

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Above Lavender Bay
Henry Lawson
’Tis glorious morning everywhere Save where the alleys lie— I see the fleecy steam jets bid “Good morning” to the sky. The gullies of the waratah A...Rate it:

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