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The Raven Has Fled
Kurt Philip Behm
The ribbon is cut The die is cast The cement is dry Yet nothing lasts The brazen rewarded The hero a fool All reason outdated New fury the tool A ...Rate it:

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The Raven Has Fled
Kurt Philip Behm
The ribbon is cut The die is cast The cement is dry Yet nothing lasts The brazen rewarded The hero a fool All reason outdated New fury the t...Rate it:

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The Three Voices
Lewis Carroll
The First Voice He trilled a carol fresh and free, He laughed aloud for very glee: There came a breeze from off the sea: It passed athwart the ...Rate it:

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Yaksha
Friend of Yakshsa
Once upon a time there was a lovely princess. But she had an enchantment upon her of a fearful sort, which could only be broken by Love's first k...Rate it:

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A Recipe
William Schwenck Gilbert
Take a pair of sparkling eyes, Hidden, ever and anon, In a merciful eclipse - Do not heed their mild surprise - Having passed the Rubicon. Take a p...Rate it:

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Sanctuary Scorned [1936]
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Oh, is there not one place on earth Where man's goodwill has gone from birth Thro' adolescence, with its rage, Into a kindly, mellow age A tolerant...Rate it:

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The Toy Band
Sir Henry Newbolt
A Song of the Great Retreat Dreary lay the long road, dreary lay the town, Lights out and never a glint o' moon: Weary lay the stragglers, half ...Rate it:

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Among School Children
William Butler Yeats
I WALK through the long schoolroom questioning; A kind old nun in a white hood replies; The children learn to cipher and to sing, To study reading-...Rate it:

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Spectres
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
How terrible these nights are when alone With our scarred hearts, we sit in solitude, And some old sorrow, to the world unknown, Does suddenly with...Rate it:

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A Question
Frederick George Scott
O YE Wise of the Earth, are ye wise? "We can tell from a bone," ye say, "An animal's shape and size, And the size and shape of its prey."—...Rate it:

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The Bride
David Herbert Lawrence
My love looks like a girl to-night, But she is old. The plaits that lie along her pillow Are not gold, But threaded wit...Rate it:

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The Cosinic Curve
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Callithumpus Kevin Kerr was a young astronomer, Rich and handsome, eligible, sound and single, Somewhat absent as to mind, and peculiarly inclined ...Rate it:

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Ode On A Grecian Urn
John Keats
Thou still unravish'd bride of quietness, Thou foster-child of silence and slow time, Sylvan historian, who canst thus express ...Rate it:

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The Veil Of Maya
Edith Nesbit
SWEET, I have loved before. I know This longing that invades my days; This shape that haunts life's busy ways I know since long and long ago. This...Rate it:

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A Dream Of Resurrection
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
SO heavenly beautiful it lay, It was less like a human corse Than that fair shape in which perforce A lost hope clothes itself alway. The drea...Rate it:

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A Song
Thomas Parnell
Thyrsis, a young and am'rous Swain, Saw two, the Beauties of the Plain; Who both his Heart subdue: Gay Cælia's Eyes were dazzling fair, Sabina's ea...Rate it:

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A Vision of Poesy - Part 01
Henry Timrod
I In a far country, and a distant age, Ere sprites and fays had bade farewell to earth, A boy was born of humble parentage; The stars that shone u...Rate it:

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An Allegory On Man
Thomas Parnell
A thoughtful Being, long and spare, Our Race of Mortals call him Care: (Were Homer living, well he knew What Name the Gods have call'd him too) Wit...Rate it:

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An English Wood
Robert Graves
This valley wood is pledged To the set shape of things, And reasonably hedged: Here are no harpies fledged, No rocs may clap their wings, Nor gryph...Rate it:

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At The West India Docks
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
(A Memory of August, 1883) I STOOD in the ghastly gleaming night by the swollen, sullen flow Of the dreadful river that rolls her tides through th...Rate it:

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Australia's Vision
Roderic Quinn
ALL still! and, high above, the sun In cloudless, golden reign — A mirage in the quivering west — A horseman on the plain! Silent, with hand above ...Rate it:

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Book Fifth-Books
William Wordsworth
WHEN Contemplation, like the night-calm felt Through earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deep Into the soul its tranquillising power, Even the...Rate it:

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Dreams
Henry Timrod
Who first said "false as dreams?" Not one who saw Into the wild and wondrous world they sway; No thinker who hath read their mystic law; No ...Rate it:

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Euroclydon
Henry Kendall
On the storm-cloven Cape The bitter waves roll, With the bergs of the Pole, And the darks and the damps of the Northern Sea: For the storm-clov...Rate it:

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Fish, The
Rupert Brooke
In a cool curving world he lies And ripples with dark ecstasies. The kind luxurious lapse and steal Shapes all his universe to feel And know and be...Rate it:

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