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Paul Laurence Dunbar
Bedtime 's come fu' little boys. Po' little lamb. Too tiahed out to make a noise, Po' little lamb. You gwine t' have to-morrer sho'? Yes, you tole ...Rate it:

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Lycus the Centaur
Thomas Hood
FROM AN UNROLLED MANUSCRIPT OF APOLLONIUS CURIUS (The Argument: Lycus, detained by Circe in her magical dominion, is beloved by a Water Nymph, wh...Rate it:

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Mac Flecknoe: A Satire upon the True-blue Protestant Poet T
John Dryden
All human things are subject to decay, And, when Fate summons, monarchs must obey: This Flecknoe found, who, like Augustus, young Was cal...Rate it:

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Macarius The Monk
John Boyle O'Reilly
IN the old days, while yet the Church was young, And men believed that praise of God was sung In curbing self as well as singing psalms, There l...Rate it:

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Macaulay's New Zealander
James Brunton Stephens
It little profits that, an idle man, On this worn arch, in sight of wasted halls, I mope, a solitary pelican, And glower and glower for ever on Sai...Rate it:

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti
GETTING his pictures, like his supper, cheap, Far, far away in Belfast by the sea, His watchful one—eyed uninvaded sleep MacCracken sleepeth. Wh...Rate it:

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Mack the Knife
Bertolt Brecht
Oh, the shark has pretty teeth, dear And he shows them pearly white. Just a jack knife has Macheath, dear And he keeps it out of sight. When the s...Rate it:

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Madeleine Vercheres
William Henry Drummond
I've told you many a tale, my child, of the old heroic days Of Indian wars and massacre, of villages ablaze With savage torch, from Ville Marie to ...Rate it:

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Madeline in Church
Charlotte Mary Mew
Here, in the darkness, where this plaster saint Stands nearer than God stands to our distress, And one small candle shines, but not so faint...Rate it:

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Main Street
Joyce Kilmer
(For S.M.L.) I like to look at the blossomy track of the moon upon the sea, But it isn't half so fine a sight as Main Street used to be When it a...Rate it:

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Amy Lowell
I How the slates of the roof sparkle in the sun, over there, over there, beyond the high wall! How quietly the Seine runs in loops and windings, o...Rate it:

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Mamba: (The Bright Eyed) An Aboriginal Reminiscence
George Gordon McCrae
Canto I. XXVIII. The day had fled, the moon arose, Night straight began with evening's close-- A night whose calm and silvery sheen Befitted...Rate it:

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Man and his son
Jack C. Boeve
Man to his son: Thee could be-ith a great man if ye should only persevere. Ye’s heart is strong…but why so easy to quit? Why Thee fall at thine sig...Rate it:

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Man And The Echo
William Butler Yeats
Man. In a cleft that's christened Alt Under broken stone I halt At the bottom of a pit That broad noon has never lit, And shout a secret to...Rate it:

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Man Child
Robert William Service
All day he lay upon the sand When summer sun was bright, And let the grains sift through his hand With infantile delight; Just like a child, so sof...Rate it:

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Manged Dog
Deci Hernandez
This mangy dog This dog with mange Pitiful pitiful sight The mut with dogged ears Why o' dog Does your tail drag you wretched thing your eyes buil...Rate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
''Er pore dear Par.' she sez, ''e kept a store'; An' then she weeps an' stares 'ard at the floor. ''Twas thro' 'is death,' she sez, 'we wus rejuice...Rate it:

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John Greenleaf Whittier
MASSACHUSETTS BAY, 1760. THE robins sang in the orchard, the buds into blossoms grew; Little of human sorrow the buds and the robins knew! Sick, i...Rate it:

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Marianne's Dream
Percy Bysshe Shelley
1. A pale Dream came to a Lady fair, And said, A boon, a boon, I pray! I know the secrets of the air, And things are lost in the glare of day, Whic...Rate it:

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Marie Louise
William Henry Drummond
Dis was de story of boy an' girl Dat 's love each oder above de worl' But it 's not easy job for mak' l'amour W'en de girl she 's riche an' de boy ...Rate it:

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Mario William Vitale
Mrio William Vitale
two hustlers in the music scene thug life & the means to swing rap in the way it used to be making sweet magic & history gone are th...Rate it:

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Marmion: Canto III. - The Inn
Sir Walter Scott
I. The livelong day Lord Marmion rode: The mountain path the Palmer showed, By glen and streamlet winded still, Where stunted birches hid the rill...Rate it:

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Marthy's younkit
Eugene Field
The mountain brook sung lonesomelike, and loitered on its way Ez if it waited for a child to jine it in its play; The wild-flowers uv the hillside ...Rate it:

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Martin’s Puzzle
George Meredith
I There she goes up the street with her book in her hand, And her Good morning, Martin! Ay, lass, how d'ye do? Very well, thank you, Martin!-I ...Rate it:

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Mary - A Ballad
Robert Southey
Author Note: The story of the following ballad was related to me, when a school boy, as a fact which had really happened in the North of England. I...Rate it:

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