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The Last Banquet Of Antony And Cleopatra
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Thy foes had girt thee with their dead array, O stately Alexandra! - yet the sound Of mirth and music, at the close of day, Swelled from thy splend...Rate it:

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The Legend Of Immortal Truth
Ambrose Bierce
A bear, having spread him a notable feast, Invited a famishing fox to the place. 'I've killed me,' quoth he, 'an edible beast As ever distended the...Rate it:

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The Missionary
Charlotte Brontë
LOUGH, vessel, plough the British main, Seek the free ocean's wider plain; Leave English scenes and English skies, Unbind, dissever English ties; ...Rate it:

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The Origin of the Sail
Amelia Opie
"Sweet maid! on whom my wishes rest, My morning thought, my midnight dream, O grant Lysander's fond request, And let those eyes with mercy beam! "...Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Week : Friday; or, The Dirge
John Gay
Bumkinet, Grubbinol Bumkinet. Why, Grubbinol, dost thou so wistful seem? There's sorrow in thy look, if right I deem. 'Tis true, yon oaks with yel...Rate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XVII: The Hunting Of Pau-Puk Keewis
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Full of wrath was Hiawatha When he came into the village, Found the people in confusion, Heard of all the misdemeanors, All the malice and the misc...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 D Elenore
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
ELENORE. THE lady sits in her lone bower, With cheek wan as the white rose flower That blooms beside, 'tis pale and wet As that ro...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 3 E (Escape)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
    One weary time, when he had thrown Himself on his cold bed of stone, Sudden he heard a stranger hand Undo the grating's iron band: He knew 'twa...Rate it:

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To Johan Sverdrup
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
When now my song selects and praises Your forceful name, think not it raises The rallying-flag for battle near; The street-fight shall not reach us...Rate it:

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Windsor Forest
Alexander Pope
Thy forests, Windsor! and thy green retreats, At once the Monarch's and the Muse's seats, Invite my lays. Be present, sylvan maids! Unlock your spr...Rate it:

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Yet Dish
Gertrude Stein
I Put a sun in Sunday, Sunday. Eleven please ten hoop. Hoop. Cousin coarse in coarse in soap. Cousin coarse in soap sew up. soap. Cousin coarse...Rate it:

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A Ballad Of Pikeville
Ambrose Bierce
Down in Southern Arizona where the Gila monster thrives, And the 'Mescalero,' gifted with a hundred thousand lives, Every hour renounces one of the...Rate it:

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After Death
Edith Nesbit
IF we must part, this parting is the best: How would you bear to lay Your head on some warm pillow far away-- Your head, so used to lying on my bre...Rate it:

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Flora
Charlotte Smith
REMOTE from scenes, where the o'erwearied mind Shrinks from the crimes and follies of mankind, From hostile menace, and offensive boast, Peace, ...Rate it:

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Hay-Carren
William Barnes
'Tis merry ov a zummer's day, When vo'k be out a-haulèn hay, Where boughs, a-spread upon the ground, Do meäke the staddle big an' round; An' gr...Rate it:

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Jenny
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Lazy laughing languid Jenny, Fond of a kiss and fond of a guinea, Whose head upon my knee to-night Rests for a while, as if grown light With all ou...Rate it:

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Late Loved--Well Loved
Isabella Valancy Crawford
He stood beside her in the dawn (And she his Dawn and she his Spring), From her bright palm she fed her fawn, Her swift eyes chased the swallow's w...Rate it:

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Oak and The Broom, The: A Pastoral Poem
William Wordsworth
I His simple truths did Andrew glean Beside the babbling rills; A careful student he had been Among the woods and hills. One winter's night, ...Rate it:

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Part IV: Banker’s Dream
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Of chases and courses dogs dream, so do horses— Last night I was dozing and dreaming, The crowd and the bustle were there, and the rustle Of the si...Rate it:

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Porphyria's Lover
Robert Browning
The rain set early in to-night, The sullen wind was soon awake, It tore the elm-tops down for spite, And did its worst to vex the lake: I lis...Rate it:

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Steelhead
Robinson Jeffers
The sky was cold December blue with great tumbling clouds, and the little river Ran full but clear. A bare-legged girl in a red jersey was wading i...Rate it:

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The Apollyonists - Canto 1
Phineas Fletcher
I Of men, nay beasts; worse, monsters; worst of all, Incarnate fiends, English Italianate; Of priests, O no! mass-priests, priests-cannibal, Who m...Rate it:

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The Brown Dwarf of Rügen (From Narrative and Legendary Poems )
John Greenleaf Whittier
THE pleasant isle of Rügen looks the Baltic water o'er, To the silver-sanded beaches of the Pomeranian shore; And in the town of Rambin a little b...Rate it:

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The Chapel in Lyonesse
William Morris
SIR OZANA. All day long and every day, From Christmas-Eve to Whit-Sunday, Within that Chapel-aisle I lay, And no man came a-near. Naked to the wa...Rate it:

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The Oak And The Broom
William Wordsworth
A Pastoral I HIS simple truths did Andrew glean Beside the babbling rills; A careful student he had been Among the woods and hills. One winter's...Rate it:

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