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The Hoosier Folk-Child
James Whitcomb Riley
The Hoosier Folk-Child--all unsung-- Unlettered all of mind and tongue; Unmastered, unmolested--made Most wholly frank and unafraid: Untaught of an...Rate it:

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The Horse And The Olive: Or, War And Peace
Thomas Parnell
With Moral Tale let Ancient Wisdom move, Which thus I sing to make the Moderns wise: Strong Neptune once with sage Minerva strove, And rising Athen...Rate it:

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The Horses Of The Sea
Christina Georgina Rossetti
The horses of the sea Rear a foaming crest, But the horses of the land Serve us the best. The horses of the land Munch corn and clover, While...Rate it:

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The Hospital Ship
W H Littlejohn
There is a green-lit hospital ship, Green, with a crimson cross, Lazily swaying there in the bay, Lazily bearing my friend away, Leaving me dull-se...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 01: 07: Midnight; bells toll, and along the cloud-high towers
Conrad Potter Aiken
Midnight; bells toll, and along the cloud-high towers The golden lights go out . . . The yellow windows darken, the shades are drawn, In thousands ...Rate it:

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The Hurricane
William Cullen Bryant
Lord of the winds! I feel thee nigh, I know thy breath in the burning sky! And I wait, with a thrill in every vein, For the coming of the hurricane...Rate it:

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The Inheritance
David Herbert Lawrence
Since you did depart Out of my reach, my darling, Into the hidden, I see each shadow start With recognition, and I Am wonder-ridden. I am d...Rate it:

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The Jingo and the Minstrel
Vachel Lindsay
AN ARGUMENT FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF PEACE AND GOODWILL WITH THE JAPANESE PEOPLE Glossary for the uninstructed and the hasty: Jimmu Tenno, ancestor ...Rate it:

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The Kind Word
Ada Cambridge
Speak kindly, wife; the little ones will grow Fairest and straightest in the warmest sun. We talk so often of the seed we sow; But, maybe, when we ...Rate it:

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The Lady of the Lake: Canto 5 (excerpt)
Sir Walter Scott
"Have, then, thy wish!"--he whistled shrill, And he was answer'd from the hill; Wild as the scream of the curlew, From crag to crag the s...Rate it:

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The Lady of the Lake: Canto IV. - The Prophecy
Sir Walter Scott
I. The rose is fairest when 't is budding new, And hope is brightest when it dawns from fears; The rose is sweetest washed with morning dew And lov...Rate it:

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The Lady's Dream
Thomas Hood
The lady lay in her bed, Her couch so warm and soft, But her sleep was restless and broken still; For turning often and oft From side to side, ...Rate it:

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The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
"Look now abroad--another race has fill'd Those populous borders--wide the wood recedes, And town shoots up, and fertile realms are till'd; The l...Rate it:

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The Looking-Glass. : on Mrs. Pulteney
Alexander Pope
With scornful mien, and various toss of air, Fantastic vain, and insolently fair, Grandeur intoxicates her giddy brain, She looks ambition, and she...Rate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto IV.
Sir Walter Scott
I. Stranger! if e'er thine ardent step hath traced The northern realms of ancient Caledon, Where the proud Queen of Wilderness hath placed, By lake...Rate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto V.
Sir Walter Scott
I. On fair Loch-Ranza stream'd the early day, Thin wreaths of cottage-smoke are upward curl'd From the lone hamlet, which her inland bay And circl...Rate it:

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The Maids Of Attitash
John Greenleaf Whittier
In sky and wave the white clouds swam, And the blue hills of Nottingham Through gaps of leafy green Across the lake were seen, When, in the shadow...Rate it:

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The Merchantmen
Rudyard Kipling
King Solomon drew merchantmen, Because of his desire For peacocks, apes, and ivory, From Tarshish unto Tyre: With cedars out of Lebanon Which Hi...Rate it:

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The Merman
James Whitcomb Riley
I Who would be A merman gay, Singing alone, Sitting alone, With a mermaid's knee, For instance--hey-- For a throne? II I would be a merman gay; ...Rate it:

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The Minstrel ; Or, The Progress Of Genius - Book II.
James Beattie
I. Of chance or change O let not man complain, Else shall he never never cease to wail: For, from the imperial dome, to where the swain Rears the ...Rate it:

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The Miracles
Rudyard Kipling
I sent a message to my dear -- A thousand leagues and more to Her -- The dumb sea-levels thrilled to hear, And Lost Atlantis bore to Her. Behin...Rate it:

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The Night Of The Lion
Alfred Noyes
'_And that a reply be received before midnight._' _British Ultimatum_. Their Day was at twelve of the night, When the graves give up their dead. A...Rate it:

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The Nuns And The Lilies
Lesbia Harford
The lilies in the garden walk Are out today. The nuns all came to look at them, To look and say They wouldn't last to deck the crib On Christm...Rate it:

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The Olde Barn Part Two/Conclusion.
Francis M. Faber Jr. aka Hayward C. Beach
The Olde Barn Part Two/Conclusion: On my wires, I sense the fires, as Saint Elmo's currents creep. Unlike a ship, I have no hull, nor sails...Rate it:

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The Parrot
William Cowper
In painted plumes superbly dress'd, A native of the gorgeous east, By many a billow toss'd; Poll gains at length the British shore, Part of the cap...Rate it:

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