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The Right Honourable Edmund Burke
William Lisle Bowles
Why mourns the ingenuous Moralist, whose mind Science has stored, and Piety refined, That fading Chivalry displays no more Her pomp and stately tou...Rate it:

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The Rivals
Paul Laurence Dunbar
'TWAS three an' thirty year ago, I When I was ruther young, you know, I had my last an' only fight About a gal one summer night. 'Twas me an' Zekel...Rate it:

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The Shaded Tree
Mario William vitale
The Shaded Tree There's nothing like a warm summer day To picnic under a shaded tree, a gentle breeze To cool your mood as you gobble down ...Rate it:

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The Shepherds Calendar - February - A Thaw
John Clare
The snow is gone from cottage tops The thatch moss glows in brighter green And eves in quick succession drops Where grinning ides once hath been Pi...Rate it:

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The Song of The Little Baltung: A.D. 395
Charles Kingsley
A harper came over the Danube so wide, And he came into Alaric's hall, And he sang the song of the little Baltung To him and his heroes all. How t...Rate it:

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The Spellin'-Bee
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I NEVER shall furgit that night when father hitched up Dobbin, An' all us youngsters clambered in an' down the road went bobbin' To school where we...Rate it:

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The Spirit Of Discovery By Sea - Book The Fifth
William Lisle Bowles
Such are thy views, DISCOVERY! The great world Rolls to thine eye revealed; to thee the Deep Submits its awful empire; Industry Awakes, and Commerc...Rate it:

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The Task: Book II, The Time-Piece (excerpts)
William Cowper
... England, with all thy faults, I love thee still-- My country! and, while yet a nook is left Where English minds and manners may ...Rate it:

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The Turbine
Harriet Monroe
To W. S. M. Look at her—there she sits upon her throne As ladylike and quiet as a nun! But if you cross her—whew! her thunderbolts Will shake ...Rate it:

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The Two Peacocks of Bedfont
Thomas Hood
I Alas! That breathing Vanity should go Where Pride is buried,—like its very ghost, Uprisen from the naked bones below, In novel flesh, clad in...Rate it:

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The Wail in the Native Oak
Henry Kendall
Where the lone creek, chafing nightly in the cold and sad moonshine, Beats beneath the twisted fern-roots and the drenched and dripping vine; Where...Rate it:

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The Wood Giant
John Greenleaf Whittier
From Alton Bay to Sandwich Dome, From Mad to Saco river, For patriarchs of the primal wood We sought with vain endeavor. And then we said: 'The gi...Rate it:

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The Wreck Of Rivermouth
John Greenleaf Whittier
Rivermouth Rocks are fair to see, By dawn or sunset shone across, When the ebb of the sea has left them free, To dry their fringes of gold-green mo...Rate it:

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Three Kinds Of A Rogue
Ambrose Bierce
Sharon, ambitious of immortal shame, Fame's dead-wall daubed with his illustrious name Served in the Senate, for our sins, his time, Each word a fo...Rate it:

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Throw Yourself Like Seed
Miguel de Unamuno
Shake off this sadness, and recover your spirit; Sluggish you will never see the wheel of fate That brushes your heel as it turns going by, The man...Rate it:

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To A Cathedral Tower: On The Evening Of The Thirty-Fifth Anniversay of Waterloo
Sydney Thompson Dobell
And since thou art no older, 'tis to-day! And I, entranced,-with the wide sense of gods Confronting Time-receive the equal touch Of Past and Presen...Rate it:

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To My Godchild-Francis M. W. M.
Francis Thompson
This labouring, vast, Tellurian galleon, Riding at anchor off the orient sun, Had broken its cable, and stood out to space Down some frore Arctic o...Rate it:

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To Sydney
Robert Louis Stevenson
NOT thine where marble-still and white Old statues share the tempered light And mock the uneven modern flight, But in the stream Of daily sorrow an...Rate it:

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To the Myrtle
Mary Darby Robinson
UNFADING branch of verdant hue, In modest sweetness drest, Shake off thy pearly tears of dew, And decorate my breast. Dear emblem of the constant...Rate it:

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Tom Taylor
Robert Graves
On pay-day nights, neck-full with beer, Old soldiers stumbling homeward here, Homeward (still dazzled by the spark Love kindled in some alley dark)...Rate it:

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Translation From the Gull Language
Thomas Moore
'Twas grav'd on the Stone of Destiny, In letters four, and letters three; And ne'er did the King of the Gulls go by But those awful letters scar'd ...Rate it:

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Unfolding the Flocks
Beaumont and Fletcher
Shepherds, rise, and shake off sleep - See the blushing morn doth peep Through your windows, while the sun To the mountain-tops has run, Gilding a...Rate it:

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Verses Wrote on Her Death-Bed at Bath, to Her Husband in London
Mary Monck
Thou, who dost all my worldly thoughts employ, Thou pleasing source of all my earthly joy: Thou tend'rest husband, and thou best of friends, To t...Rate it:

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Waly, Waly
Andrew Lang
O waly, waly, up the bank, O waly, waly, down the brae. And waly, waly, yon burn side, Where I and my love wont to gae. I leaned my back unto an ai...Rate it:

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Waly, Waly.
Anonymous Americas
O Waly, waly, up the bank, O wary, waly, doun the brae, And waly, waly, yon burn-side, Where I and my love wer wont to gae! I lean'd my back unto a...Rate it:

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