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Reminiscence
Padraic Colum
I The Swallows sang ALIEN to us are Your fields, and your cotes, and your glebes; Secret our nests are Although they be built in your eaves; Un-eat...Rate it:

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Road and Hills
Stephen Vincent Benet
I shall go away To the brown hills, the quiet ones, The vast, the mountainous, the rolling, Sun-fired and drowsy! My horse snuffs delicately ...Rate it:

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Roads
Amy Lowell
I know a country laced with roads, They join the hills and they span the brooks, They weave like a shuttle between broad fields, And slide discr...Rate it:

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Romance Sonámbulo
Federico García Lorca
Green, how I want you green. Green wind. Green branches. The ship out on the sea and the horse on the mountain. With the shade around her waist s...Rate it:

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Shakespeare on the Turf
Andrew Barton Paterson
SCENE I SCENE: The saddling paddock at a racecourse. Citizens, Battlers, Toffs, Trainers, Flappers, Satyrs, Bookmakers and Turf Experts. Enter Sho...Rate it:

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Sheridan At Cedar Creek
Herman Melville
(October, 1864) Shoe the steed with silver That bore him to the fray, When he heard the guns at dawning- Miles away; When he heard them calling, c...Rate it:

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Some Other Somebody
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
Somebody's horse has finished his feed, Somebody's saddle is on; But never a nigger the tracks can read, Or know where Somebody's gone. Over...Rate it:

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St. Julian's Prayer
La Fontaine
TO charms and philters, secret spells and prayers, How many round attribute all their cares! In these howe'er I never can believe, And laugh at fol...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Downal Baun
Padraic Colum
The moon-cradle's rocking and rocking, Where a cloud and a cloud goes by: Silently rocking and rocking, The moon-cradle out in the sky. The hound'...Rate it:

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The Battle of Sheriffmuir
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year 1715, and on the 10th of November, Which the people of Scotland have cause to remember; On that day the Earl of Mar left Perth bo...Rate it:

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The Bour-Tree Den
Robert Louis Stevenson
CLINKUM-CLANK in the rain they ride, Down by the braes and the grey sea-side; Clinkum-clank by stane and cairn, Weary fa' their horse-shoe-airn! L...Rate it:

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The Brook
Edward Thomas
Seated once by a brook, watching a child Chiefly that paddled, I was thus beguiled. Mellow the blackbird sang and sharp the thrush Not far off in o...Rate it:

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The Canadian Country Doctor
William Henry Drummond
I s'pose mos'ev'ry body t'ink hees job's about de hardes' From de boss man on de Guvernement to poor man on de town From de curé to de lawyer, an' ...Rate it:

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The Cavalier's March to London
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
To horse! to horse! brave Cavaliers! To horse for Church and Crown! Strike, strike your tents! snatch up your spears! And ho for London town! T...Rate it:

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The Child in the Orchard
Edward Thomas
'He rolls in the orchard: he is stained with moss And with earth, the solitary old white horse. Where is his father and where is his mother Among a...Rate it:

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The cursed flea
Joseph Mark Ippolito
Whit glory an’ whit horror jaunts jilted jolly there Where evils taint azure blue skies Frae hell spewed forth its vap’rous spies Tae start a fire...Rate it:

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The Four Horsemen
SabreLi
The first appeared to me in white, I thought him pure of soul Little did I know that night his spirit was black as coal He conjured many connotatio...Rate it:

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The Four Horsemen
SabreLi
The first appeared to me in white, I thought him pure of soul Little did I know that night his spirit was black as coal He conjured many connotatio...Rate it:

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The Ghost at the Second Bridge
Henry Lawson
You'd call the man a senseless fool,— A blockhead or an ass, Who’d dare to say he saw the ghost Of Mount Victoria Pass; But I believe the ghost is ...Rate it:

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The Glug Quest
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Follow the river and cross the ford, Follow again to the wobbly bridge, Turn to the left at the notice board, Climbing the cow-track over the ridge...Rate it:

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The Knight Whose Armour Didn't Squeak
Alan Alexander Milne
Of all the Knights in Appledore The wisest was Sir Thomas Tom. He multiplied as far as four, And knew what nine was taken from To make eleven. He c...Rate it:

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The Last Muster
William Henry Ogilvie
All day we had driven the starving sheep to the scrub where the axes ply, And the weakest had lagged upon weary feet and dropped from the ranks to...Rate it:

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The Last Ride Together (after Browning)
James Kenneth Stephen
(From Her Point of View) When I had firmly answered 'No', And he allowed that that was so, I really thought I should be free For good and all from...Rate it:

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The Mylora Elopement
Andrew Barton Paterson
By the winding Wollondilly where the weeping willows weep, And the shepherd, with his billy, half awake and half asleep, Folds his fleecy flocks ...Rate it:

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The Old Bark School
Henry Lawson
It was built of bark and poles, and the floor was full of holes Where each leak in rainy weather made a pool; And the walls were mostly cracks li...Rate it:

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