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A Bridal Measure
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Come, essay a sprightly measure, Tuned to some light song of pleasure. Maidens, let your brows be crowned As we foot this merry round. From the gr...Rate it:

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A Bronte Legend
Lesbia Harford
They say she was a creature of the moor, A lover of the angels, silence bound. She sought no friendships. She was too remote, Her sister Charlot...Rate it:

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A Bubble
Ambrose Bierce
'O dear! If I leave off _this_ what will people say? I shall look so uncommonly queer!' So a costuRate it:

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Robert Herrick
do thy kine now fail To fulfil the milking-pail? Say, what is't that thou dost ail? THYR. None ofRate it:

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A Bunch Of Triolets
Robert Fuller Murray
a vision of her charms Left me without a word to say. I ran into a lady's arms, Turning a corner yeRate it:

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A Bush Christmas
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
likes to spend his Christmas with us here. He says a man gets sort of strange Living alone without Rate it:

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A Bush Study, A La Watteau
Arthur Patchett Martin
must confess he is a trifle vulgar; But what you say now, my dreamer? HE. I am mute. Rate it:

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A Bushman's Love
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
You say we bushmen cannot love— Our lives are too prosaic: hence We lose or lack that finer sense That raises some few men above Their fellows, set...Rate it:

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A Byzantine Nobleman In Exile Composing Verses
Constantine P. Cavafy
strict iambics, such as—if you'll allow me to say so— the intellectuals of Constantinople don't knoRate it:

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A Cabin Tale
Paul Laurence Dunbar
THE YOUNG MASTER ASKS FOR A STORY Whut you say, dah? huh, uh! chile, You 's enough to dribe me wile. Want a sto'y; jes' hyeah dat! Whah' 'll I git...Rate it:

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A Calendar of Sonnets: May
Helen Hunt Jackson
they read Thee best who in the ancient time did say Thou wert the sacred month unto the old: No Rate it:

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A Careless Heart
Isaac Rosenberg
can take it And turn it back again to air: Then say, why should you make it ? An ardent thought caRate it:

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Henry Howard
so sweet a thought did never truly grow. Then say I thus : ' Alas ! that man is far from bliss, ThaRate it:

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A Case for Kings
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
bright earth. I've harked to all they've had to say, And summed it up for all it's worth. But foreRate it:

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Alan Parry-Booth
my reactions With her gaze into my eyes. To say I was excited Would be putting it too mild My bodyRate it:

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A Castaway
Augusta Davies Webster
to mend, new clothes to make, then go and say my prayers, or carry soup, or take a little walk and Rate it:

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A Cattleman's Prayer
Anonymous Americas
different than some others, but then I've had my say, and now amen. Rate it:

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A Celebrated Case
Ambrose Bierce
love me; So spray and be '-O, what a word he did say!- Sing tooral iooral iooral iay. She deluged Rate it:

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A Character
Robert William Service
for those who err, Live life so folks may say you were-- God bless your heart!--A Character. Rate it:

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A Cheating Preacher
Ambrose Bierce
bravely try, Although, to save my soul, I can't say why. 'Tis naught to you, to me however much WhyRate it:

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A child said, What is the grass?
Walt Whitman
in the corners, that we may see and remark, and say Whose? Or I guess the grass is itself a childRate it:

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A Child's Battles
Algernon Charles Swinburne
your great heart our prattle Cannot move. We say, small children should Be placid, mildly good AndRate it:

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A Child's Evening Prayer
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
my limbs I lay, God grant me grace my prayers to say: O God! preserve my mother dear In strength anRate it:

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A Choice
Kurt Philip Behm
zero-sum, her voice my destiny To those who say they know me, my verse they must have read ThRate it:

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A Christmas Carol, Sung to the King in the Presence at White-Hall
Robert Herrick
to May. Voice 2: If we may ask the reason, say: The why, and wherefore all things here Seem likeRate it:

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