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A Fairy Hunt
Francis Ledwidge
Who would hear the fairy horn Calling all the hounds of Finn Must be in a lark's nest born When the moon is very thin. I who have the gift can hea...Rate it:

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A Health To The Queen
Sydney Thompson Dobell
While the thistle bears Spears, And the shamrock is green, And the English rose Blows, A health to the Queen! A health to the Queen, a health to th...Rate it:

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A Song From A Sandhill
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Drip, drip, drip! It tinkles on the fly— The pitiless outpouring of an overburdened sky: Each drooping frond of pine has got a jewel at its tip— ...Rate it:

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An Imperial Rescript
Rudyard Kipling
Now this is the tale of the Council the German Kaiser decreed, To ease the strong of their burden, to help the weak in their need, He sent a word t...Rate it:

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Break of Day
Siegfried Sassoon
There seemed a smell of autumn in the air At the bleak end of night; he shivered there In a dank, musty dug-out where he lay, Legs wrapped in sa...Rate it:

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Destiny Unseen
Kurt Philip Behm
Everyone has to be somewhere the lucky get to choose Fate can smile or fate can frown the tally win or lose Everyone has to be somewhere un...Rate it:

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Dumbstruck
Kurt Philip Behm
The University rustler’s aim herding and stealing… hot irons from within Professorial larcenous B.S. campaign letters branded to deceiv...Rate it:

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Epilogue: 1908
Christopher John Brennan
The droning tram swings westward: shrill the wire sings overhead, and chill midwinter draughts rattle the glass that shows the dusking way I pass t...Rate it:

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Flash Jack From Gundagai
Andrew Barton Paterson
I've shore at Burrabogie, and I've shore at Toganmain, I've shore at big Willandra and upon the old Coleraine, But before the shearin' was over I'v...Rate it:

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Had I the Choice
Walt Whitman
Had I the choice to tally greatest bards, To limn their portraits, stately, beautiful, and emulate at will, Homer with all his wars and warriors-...Rate it:

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Lost and Given Over
Edwin James Brady
A Mermaid’s not a human thing, An’ courtin’ such is folly; Of flesh an’ blood I’d rather sing, What ain’t so melancholy. Oh, Berta! Loo! ...Rate it:

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PURR CHASE
Hubbs
A distant queen ornate and lavish Men were savaged Worst… women ravaged Children snatched amongst carnage Quarry lands, prey lands, irreparable dam...Rate it:

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Song of the Old Bullock-Driver
Henry Lawson
Far back in the days when the blacks used to ramble In long single file ’neath the evergreen tree, The wool-teams in season came down from Coonambl...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Boh Da Thone
Rudyard Kipling
This is the ballad of Boh Da Thone, Erst a Pretender to Theebaw's throne, Who harried the district of Alalone: How he...Rate it:

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The Confessor, a Sanctified Tale
Mary Darby Robinson
When SUPERSTITION rul'd the land And Priestcraft shackled Reason, At GODSTOW dwelt a goodly band, Grey monks they were, and but to say They were no...Rate it:

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The Indications
Walt Whitman
THE indications, and tally of time; Perfect sanity shows the master among philosophs; Time, always without flaw, indicates itself in part...Rate it:

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The Music of the Chase
William Henry Ogilvie
I don't know any tune from any other, I couldn't sing a song if I were paid, I couldn't for the ransom of a brother, Hum a single thing that anyb...Rate it:

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The Schoolhouse On The Plain
Joseph Furphy
(From 'An Idyll of the Wimmera.') On the geodetic line, where the parish boundaries join At a level and interminable lane You can see it there, ...Rate it:

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The Sons of Martha
Rudyard Kipling
The Sons of Mary seldom bother, for they have inherited that good part; But the Sons of Martha favour their Mother of the careful soul and the trou...Rate it:

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To One of our wounded
William Henry Ogilvie
Old Man, by your broad contented grin And the gleam in your quiet eyes, You are back with 'Jorrocks' and 'Binjimin' In the land where the good fun ...Rate it:

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Warble Of Lilac-Time
Walt Whitman
WARBLE me now, for joy of Lilac-time, Sort me, O tongue and lips, for Nature's sake, and sweet life's sake--and death's the same as...Rate it:

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Windows
Lola Ridge
TIME-STONE Hallo, Metropolitan— Ubiquitous windows staring all ways, Red eye notching the darkness. No use to ogle that slip of a moon. ...Rate it:

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With Antecedents
Walt Whitman
WITH antecedents; With my fathers and mothers, and the accumulations of past ages; With all which, had it not been, I would not now be here, ...Rate it:

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Years After the War In Australia
Henry Lawson
The Big rough boys from the runs out back were first where the balls flew free, And yelled in the slang of the Outside Track: ‘By God, it’s a Chris...Rate it:

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Bessie's Boil
Robert William Service
Says I to my Missis: "Ba goom, lass! you've something I see, on your mind." Says she: "You are right, Sam, I've something. It 'appens it's on me be...Rate it:

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