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Sunset On The Bearcamp
John Greenleaf Whittier
A gold fringe on the purpling hem Of hills the river runs, As down its long, green valley falls The last of summer's suns. Along its tawny gravel-...Rate it:

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Tambaroora Jim
Henry Lawson
He never drew a sword to fight a dozen foes alone, Nor gave a life to save a life no better than his own. He lived because he had been born—the her...Rate it:

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The Absinthe Drinkers
Robert William Service
He's yonder, on the terrace of the Cafe de la Paix, The little wizened Spanish man, I see him every day. He's sitting with his Pernod on his custom...Rate it:

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The Antiquity Of Freedom
William Cullen Bryant
Here are old trees, tall oaks and gnarled pines, That stream with gray-green mosses; here the ground Was never trenched by spade, and flowers sprin...Rate it:

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The Ballad of G. R. Dibbs
Andrew Barton Paterson
This is the story of G.R.D., Who went on a mission across the sea To borrow some money for you and me. This G. R. Dibbs was a stalwart man Who...Rate it:

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The Blessed Virgin Compared to the Air We Breathe
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Wild air, world-mothering air, Nestling me everywhere, That each eyelash or hair Girdles; goes home betwixt The fleeciest, frailest-flixed Snow...Rate it:

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The Canary In His Cage
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
SING away, ay, sing away, Merry little bird, Always gayest of the gay, Though a woodland roundelay You ne'er sung nor heard; Though your life ...Rate it:

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The Church-Porches
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
I (To M.F.R.) SISTER, first shake we off the dust we have Upon our feet, lest it defile the stones Inscriptured, covering their sacred bones W...Rate it:

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The Cockney Soul
Henry Lawson
From Woolwich and Brentford and Stamford Hill, from Richmond into the Strand, Oh, the Cockney soul is a silent soul – as it is in every land! But...Rate it:

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The Dream
George Gordon Lord Byron
I Our life is twofold; Sleep hath its own world, A boundary between the things misnamed Death and existence: Sleep hath its own world, And a wide ...Rate it:

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The Four Seasons : Spring
James Thomson
Come, gentle Spring! ethereal Mildness! come, And from the bosom of yon dropping cloud, While music wakes around, veil'd in a shower Of shadowin...Rate it:

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The Fowl
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
A noble lesson this should teach, Dear children unto you. If other people's goods you reach, Of rectitude 'twill be a breach, Or parsons will your ...Rate it:

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The Girl's Lamentation
William Allingham
With grief and mourning I sit to spin; My Love passed by, and he didn't come in; He passes by me, both day and night, And carries off my poor heart...Rate it:

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The Happy Flatite
Edward George Dyson
We were living in a flat; it was number eighty-three. At eighty-four the Barleys lived, a fearsome man was he. He had a wife and numerous kids. We ...Rate it:

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The House Of Clouds
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I would build a cloudy House For my thoughts to live in; When for earth too fancy-loose And too low for Heaven! Hush! I talk my dream alo...Rate it:

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The IX Ode to Horace
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
HORACE. While I was pleasing to your arms, Nor any youth, of happier charms, Thy snowy bosom blissful prest, Not Portia's like me was blest. LYD...Rate it:

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The Land of the Exile
Rabindranath Tagore
Mother, the light has grown grey in the sky; I do not know what the time is. There is no fun in my play, so I have come to you. It is Saturday,...Rate it:

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The Nevers of Poetry
Charles Harpur
Never say aught in verse, or grave or gay, That you in prose would hesitate to say. Never in rhyme pretend to tears, unless True feeling sheds t...Rate it:

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The Park
Ralph Waldo Emerson
The prosperous and beautiful To me seem not to wear The yoke of conscience masterful, Which galls me everywhere. I cannot shake off the god; On my...Rate it:

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The Poet
Mark Akenside
—A Rhapsody Of all the various lots around the ball, Which fate to man distributes, absolute; Avert, ye gods! that of the Muse's son, Curs'd with ...Rate it:

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The Prairie
Rudyard Kipling
I see the grass shake in the sun for leagues on either hand, I see a river loop and run about a treeless land -- An empty plain, a steely pond, a d...Rate it:

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The Princess (part 5)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Now, scarce three paces measured from the mound, We stumbled on a stationary voice, And 'Stand, who goes?' 'Two from the palace' I. 'The second...Rate it:

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The Princess (part 7)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
So was their sanctuary violated, So their fair college turned to hospital; At first with all confusion: by and by Sweet order lived again with ...Rate it:

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The Proclamation
John Greenleaf Whittier
SAINT PATRICK, slave to Milcho of the herds Of Ballymena, wakened with these words: 'Arise, and flee Out from the land of bondage, and be free!' Gl...Rate it:

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The Resignation
Thomas Chatterton
O God, whose thunder shakes the sky, Whose eye this atom globe surveys, To thee, my only rock, I fly, Thy mercy in thy justice praise. The mys...Rate it:

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