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'Look at The Clock!' : Patty Morgan The Milkmaid's Story
Richard Harris Barham
FYTTE I. 'Look at the Clock!' quoth Winifred Pryce, As she open'd the door to her husband's knock, Then paus'd to give him a piece of advice, ...Rate it:

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A Poet's Home
Charles Harpur
HERE in this lonely rill-engirdled spot, The world forgetting, by the world forgot, With one vowed to me with beloved lips How sweet to draw, as hi...Rate it:

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A Ballad Of Pikeville
Ambrose Bierce
Down in Southern Arizona where the Gila monster thrives, And the 'Mescalero,' gifted with a hundred thousand lives, Every hour renounces one of the...Rate it:

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A Bush Christmas
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The sun burns hotly thro' the gums As down the road old Rogan comes The hatter from the lonely hut Beside the track to Woollybutt. He likes to spe...Rate it:

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A Christmas Hymn
Joseph Furphy
The Seraph-song of morning's prime That hail'd Messiah's birth, The charter of a coming time When Love shall rule the earth, Rings from yon far...Rate it:

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A Commonplace Day
Thomas Hardy
The day is turning ghost, And scuttles from the kalendar in fits and furtively, To join the anonymous host Of those that throng oblivion; ced...Rate it:

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A Dainty Thing's The Villanelle
William Ernest Henley
A DAINTY thing's the Villanelle, Sly, musical, a jewel in rhyme, It serves its purpose passing well. A double-clappered silver bell That must be m...Rate it:

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A Dead March
William Cosmo Monkhouse
PLAY me a march, low-ton’d and slow—a march for a silent tread, Fit for the wandering feet of one who dreams of the silent dead, Lonely, betwee...Rate it:

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A Dialogue At Fiesole
Alfred Austin
HE. Halt here awhile. That mossy-cushioned seat Is for your queenliness a natural throne; As I am fitly couched on this low sward, Here at your fe...Rate it:

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A Dialogue Of Self And Soul
William Butler Yeats
i{My Soul} I summon to the winding ancient stair; Set all your mind upon the steep ascent, Upon the broken, crumbling battlement, Upon the breathle...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 Youth
Alfred Austin
Ere that I say farewell to youth, and take The homely road that leads to life's decline, Let me be sure again I shall not pine To taste the bliss y...Rate it:

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A Fool
Ambrose Bierce
Says Anderson, Theosophist: 'Among the many that exist In modern halls, Some lived in ancient Egypt's clime And in their childhood saw the prime Of...Rate it:

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A Lament
Percy Bysshe Shelley
O World! O Life! O Time! On whose last steps I climb, Trembling at that where I had stood before; When will return the glory of your prime? No more...Rate it:

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A Lover's Envy
Henry Van Dyke
I envy every flower that blows Along the meadow where she goes, And every bird that sings to her, And every breeze that brings to her The fragra...Rate it:

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A Masque Of Venice
Emma Lazarus
(A Dream.) Not a stain, In the sun-brimmed sapphire cup that is the sky- Not a ripple on the black translucent lane Of the palace-walled lagoon. N...Rate it:

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A Parting Song
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
When will ye think of me, my friends? When will ye think of me? When the last red light, the farewell of day, From the rock and the river is passin...Rate it:

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A Pastoral Ballad II: Hope
William Shenstone
My banks they are furnish'd with bees, Whose murmur invites one to sleep; My grottos are shaded with trees, And my hills are white-over with she...Rate it:

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A Pastoral Ode. To the Hon. Sir Richard Lyttleton
William Shenstone
The morn dispensed a dubious light, A sudden mist had stolen from sight Each pleasing vale and hill; When Damon left his humble bowers, To guard hi...Rate it:

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A Plantation Portrait
Paul Laurence Dunbar
HAIN'T you see my Mandy Lou, Is it true? Whaih you been f'om day to day, Whaih, I say? Dat you say you nevah seen Dis hyeah queen Walkin' roun' f'o...Rate it:

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A Poet's Father
Ambrose Bierce
Welcker, I'm told, can boast a father great And honored in the service of the State. Public Instruction all his mind employs He guides its methods ...Rate it:

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A Post-Cup Tale
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'ad the money in me 'and! Fair dinkum! Right there, by the stand. I tole me wife at breakfus' time, Straight out: 'Trivalve,' I sez 'is prime. Tr...Rate it:

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A Short Discourse on Eternity
Michael Wigglesworth
[ 1 ] What Mortal man can with his Span mete out Eternity? Or fathom it by depth of Wit, or strength of Memory? The lofty Sky is not so high, Hell...Rate it:

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A Vision of Poesy - Part 02
Henry Timrod
I It is not winter yet, but that sweet time In autumn when the first cool days are past; A week ago, the leaves were hoar with rime, And some have...Rate it:

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A Voyager's Dream Of Land
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
His very heart athirst To gaze at nature in her green array, Upon the ship's tall side he stands, possess'd With visions prompted by intense desire...Rate it:

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