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'Tis Said, That Some Have Died For Love
William Wordsworth
'Tis said, that some have died for love: And here and there a churchyard grave is found In the cold north's unhallowed ground, Because the wretc...Rate it:

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'Tis said, that some have died for love
William Wordsworth
'Tis said, that some have died for love: And here and there a churchyard grave is found In the cold north's unhallowed ground, Because the wretc...Rate it:

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'Twas the old—road—through pain
Emily Dickinson
'Twas the old—road—through pain— That unfrequented—one— With many a turn—and thorn— That stops—at Heaven— This—was the Town—she passed— There—wher...Rate it:

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1 Million Gods
Nikhil Parekh
When I was in office; I felt as if somebody was trying to wring my neck each second; pummeling me down forcefully towards the ground, While when I...Rate it:

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1897
Christopher John Brennan
Deep in my hidden country stands a peak, and none hath known its name and none, save I, hath even skill to seek: thence my wild spirit came. Th...Rate it:

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1918
Boris Pasternak
Stars were racing; waves were washing headlands. Salt went blind, and tears were slowly drying. Darkened were the bedrooms; thoughts were racing, A...Rate it:

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24 X 7 X 365
Nikhil Parekh
Neither and only when the most astoundingly vivacious of rainbow engulfed each bit of voluptuous sky; with the handsome Sun peeping occasionally to...Rate it:

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4th July 1882, Malines. Midnight
James Kenneth Stephen
Belgian, with cumbrous tread and iron boots, Who in the murky middle of the night, Designing to renew the foul pursuits In which thy life is passe...Rate it:

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536. Ode
William Wordsworth 1770–1850
But it will not be long 100 Ere this be thrown aside, And with new joy and pride The little actor cons another part; Filling fro...Rate it:

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60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
Bio Of Mario William Vitale The language and images of Mario Vitale's poetry are so closely bound to the natural cycles of seasons, of generations...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 Song of Honour
Ralph Hodgson
I climbed a hill as light fell short, And rooks came home in scramble sort, And filled the trees and flapped and fought And sang themselves to s...Rate it:

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A Baby Running Barefoot
David Herbert Lawrence
When the bare feet of the baby beat across the grass The little white feet nod like white flowers in the wind, They poise and run like ripples la...Rate it:

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A Ballad for Elderly Kids
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now this is the ballad of Jeremy Jones, And likewise of Bobadil Brown, Of the Snooks and the Snaggers and Macs and Malones, And Diggle and Daggle a...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Burdens
Algernon Charles Swinburne
A Ballad of Burdens The burden of fair women. Vain delight, And love self-slain in some sweet shameful way, And ...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Death
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Kneel down, fair Love, and fill thyself with tears, Girdle thyself with sighing for a girth Upon the sides of mirth, Cover thy lips and eyelids, le...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Ducks
Andrew Barton Paterson
The railway rattled and roared and swung With jolting and bumping trucks. The sun, like a billiard red ball, hung In the Western sky: and the ti...Rate it:

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A Ballad of London
Richard Le Gallienne
AH, London! London! our delight, Great flower that opens but at night, Great City of the midnight sun, Whose day begins when day is done. Lamp...Rate it:

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A Ballad Of The Heather
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
We spent a day together, One day of all our lives, Of love in cloudless weather-- Such only youth contrives-- One day in the red heather, Alone wit...Rate it:

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A Ballad, Shewing How An Old Woman Rode Double, And Who Rode Before Her
Robert Southey
The Raven croak'd as she sate at her meal, And the Old Woman knew what he said, And she grew pale at the Raven's tale, And sicken'd and went to her...Rate it:

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A Basket of Flowers
Adam Lindsay Gordon
From Dawn to Dusk DAWN ON skies still and starlit White lustres take hold, And grey flushes scarlet, And red flashes gold. And sun-glories co...Rate it:

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A Beautiful Flower Display
Mario William Vitale
A beautiful flower display a touch at the heart will light it's inner spark for what we are waiting for with faces in the window having storm...Rate it:

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A Beautiful Young Nymph Going To Bed
Jonathan Swift
Corinna, Pride of Drury-Lane, For whom no Shepherd sighs in vain; Never did Covent Garden boast So bright a batter'd, strolling Toast; No drunken R...Rate it:

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A Big No
Nikhil Parekh
Is there any price on earth that you could ever dream of; to sight the wonderfully resplendent island of milky moon? Is there any price on earth ...Rate it:

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A Bird’s-Eye View
Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Croak, croak, croak,' Thus the Raven spoke, Perched on his crooked tree As hoarse as hoarse could be. Shun him and fear him, Lest the Bridegroom h...Rate it:

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