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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 Old Sexton
William Henry Drummond
I know very well t'was purty hard case If dere 's not on de worl' some beeger place Dan village of Cote St. Paul, But we got mebbe sixty-five house...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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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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'Ave a 'eart!
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
''Ere! 'Ave a 'eart!' 'e sez. 'Why, love a duck! A 'uman bein' ain't a choppin' block! There ain't no call fer you to go an' chuck A man about ...Rate it:

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The River Maiden
Victor James Daley
Her gown was simple woven wool, But, in repayment, Her body sweet made beautiful The simplest raiment: For all its fine, melodious curves ...Rate it:

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An Eclogue
Thomas Parnell
Now early shepheards ore ye meadow pass, And print long foot-steps in the glittering grass; The Cows unfeeding near the cottage stand, By turns obe...Rate it:

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Elizabeth Speaks
Duncan Campbell Scott
(Aetat Six) Now every night we light the grate And I sit up till _really_ late; My Father sits upon the right, My Mother on the left, and I Betwee...Rate it:

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Hiawatha's Wooing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
"As unto the bow the cord is, So unto the man is woman; Though she bends him, she obeys him, Though she draws him, yet she follows; Useless ea...Rate it:

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The Day Of Doom
Michael Wigglesworth
Still was the night, Serene & Bright, when all Men sleeping lay; Calm was the season, & carnal reason thought so 'twould last for ay. Soul, take ...Rate it:

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The Duellist - Book III
Charles Churchill
Ah me! what mighty perils wait The man who meddles with a state, Whether to strengthen, or oppose! False are his friends, and firm his foes: How mu...Rate it:

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The Red Zouave
Anonymous Americas
The stars were bright, the breeze was still, The cicada and the whippoorwill, Alone disturbed the scene; A streamlet down the dark ravine, Hasted t...Rate it:

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The Song of Hiawatha X: Hiawatha's Wooing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
'As unto the bow the cord is, So unto the man is woman, Though she bends him, she obeys him, Though she draws him, yet she follows, Useless each wi...Rate it:

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The Song of Hiawatha: X
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
X. Hiawatha's Wooing "As unto the bow the cord is, So unto the man is woman, Though she bends him, she obeys him, Though she draws him, yet she fo...Rate it:

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The Stranger's Friend
Henry Lawson
The strangest things and the maddest things, that a man can do or say, To the chaps and fellers and coves Out Back are matters of every day; Maybe ...Rate it:

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Two Capitals—1910
Harriet Monroe
Moscow White Moscow of the pearly towers, And golden domes for praise, And chiming hours! Red Moscow of the Kremlin walls, And bloody battle way...Rate it:

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Air Of Diabelli's
Robert Louis Stevenson
CALL it to mind, O my love. Dear were your eyes as the day, Bright as the day and the sky; Like the stream of gold and the sky above, Dear were you...Rate it:

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From the Commemoration Ode
Harriet Monroe
WASHINGTON WHEN dreaming kings, at odds with swift paced time, Would strike that banner down, A nobler knight than ever writ or rhyme With fame’s ...Rate it:

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The Orange-Peel In The Gutter
Mathilde Blind
BEHOLD, unto myself I said, This place how dull and desolate, For lovely thoughts how all unmeet, This drear and darksome London street. Above, b...Rate it:

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SOME NOTHINGSOME
Hubbs
I write of something That is of no thing Yet to fill to full Without a thing at all 100% of nothing, totally bare Lacking sustenance, however ful...Rate it:

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