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Evening
John Keble
'Tis gone, that bright and orbed blaze, Fast fading from our wistful gaze; You mantling cloud has hid from sight The last faint pulse of quivering ...Rate it:

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Explanation Of An Ancient Woodcut
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
EARLY within his workshop here, On Sundays stands our master dear; His dirty apron he puts away, And wears a cleanly doublet to-day; Lets wax'd thr...Rate it:

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Eyes And Tears
Andrew Marvell
How wisely Nature did decree, With the same Eyes to weep and see! That, having view'd the object vain, They might be ready to complain. And since ...Rate it:

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Fable XLII. The Juggler
John Gay
A juggler long through all the town Had raised his fortune and renown; You'd think (so far his art transcends) The devil at his fingers' ends. ...Rate it:

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Fallen In The Night!
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
IT dressed itself in green leaves all the summer long, Was full of chattering starlings, loud with throstles' song. Children played beneath it, l...Rate it:

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Farewell Address at the Argyle Hall
William Topaz McGonagall
Fellow Citizens of Dundee. I now must bid farewell to ye. For I am going to London far away. But when I will return again I cannot say. Farewell!...Rate it:

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Father Riley's Horse
Andrew Barton Paterson
'Twas the horse thief, Andy Regan, that was hunted like a dog By the troopers of the upper Murray side, They had searched in every gully -- they ...Rate it:

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Fatima
Alfred Lord Tennyson
O LOVE, Love, Love! O withering might! O sun, that from thy noonday height Shudderest when I strain my sight, Throbbing thro' all thy heat and l...Rate it:

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Fifth Sunday After Easter - Rogation Sunday
John Keble
Now is there solemn pause in earth and heaven; The Conqueror now His bonds hath riven, And Angels wonder why He stays below: Yet hath n...Rate it:

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Fingal - Book II
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. The ghost of Crugal, one of the Irish heroes who was killed in battle, appearing to Connal, foretells the defeat of Cuthullin in the ne...Rate it:

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Footprints
Nikhil Parekh
When the colossal dinosaur traversed through the marshy soil; there occurred a deafening roar; the entire family of jungle beasts saluted him, How...Rate it:

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Fourth Sunday In Advent
John Keble
Of the bright things in earth and air How little can the heart embrace! Soft shades and gleaming lights are there - I know it well, but cannot ...Rate it:

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Fragment
Joseph Rodman Drake
I. TUSCARA! thou art lovely now, Thy woods, that frown'd in sullen strength Like plumage on a giant's brow, Have bowed their massy pride at l...Rate it:

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Fragments
Joseph Rodman Drake
I Tuscara! thou art lovely now, Thy woods, that frown'd in sullen strength Like plumage on a giant's brow, Have bowed their massy pride at len...Rate it:

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France--December 1870
George Meredith
I We look for her that sunlike stood Upon the forehead of our day, An orb of nations, radiating food For body and for mind alway. Where is the Sha...Rate it:

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From "Snow-Bound," 11:1-40, 116-154
John Greenleaf Whittier
The sun that brief December day Rose cheerless over hills of gray, And, darkly circled, gave at noon A sadder light than waning moon. Slow tracing ...Rate it:

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From Faust - II. Prologue In Heaven
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
THE ARCHANGELS' SONG. RAPHAEL. THE sun still chaunts, as in old time, With brother-spheres in choral song, And with his thunder-march sublime M...Rate it:

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From the Heights
John Boyle O'Reilly
“COME to me for wisdom,' said the mountain; In the valley and the plain There is Knowledge dimmed with sorrow in the gain; There is Effort, with...Rate it:

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George Mullen's Confession
James Whitcomb Riley
For the sake of guilty conscience, and the heart that ticks the time Of the clockworks of my nature, I desire to say that I'm A weak and sinful cre...Rate it:

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Gitanjali
Rabindranath Tagore
1. Thou hast made me endless, such is thy pleasure. This frail vessel thou emptiest again and again, and fillest it ever with fresh life. This ...Rate it:

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Grandfather Bridgeman
George Meredith
I 'Heigh, boys!' cried Grandfather Bridgeman, 'it's time before dinner to-day.' He lifted the crumpled letter, and thumped a surprising 'Hurrah!...Rate it:

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Granta: A Medley
George Gordon Lord Byron
Oh! could Le Sage's demon's gift Be realized at my desire, This night my trembling form he'd lift To place it on St. Mary's spire. Then would, ...Rate it:

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Greenland's Icy Mountains
William Topaz McGonagall
Greenland's icy mountains are fascinating and grand, And wondrously created by the Almighty's command; And the works of the Almighty there's few ca...Rate it:

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Hannah Thomburn
Henry Lawson
They lifted her out of a story Too sordid and selfish by far, They left me the innocent glory Of love that was pure as a star; They left me all gui...Rate it:

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Health, An Eclogue
Thomas Parnell
Now early Shepherds o'er the Meadow pass, And print long Foot-steps in the glittering Grass; The Cows neglectful of their Pasture stand, By turns o...Rate it:

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