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Flower-De-Luce: The Bridge Of Cloud
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Burn, O evening hearth, and waken Pleasant visions, as of old! Though the house by winds be shaken, Safe I keep this room of gold! Ah, no long...Rate it:

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Fluttered Wings
Christina Georgina Rossetti
The splendour of the kindling day, The splendor of the setting sun, These move my soul to wend its way, And have done With all we ...Rate it:

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For A Favorite Granddaughter
Dorothy Parker
Never love a simple lad, Guard against a wise, Shun a timid youth and sad, Hide from haunted eyes. Never hold your heart in pain For an evil...Rate it:

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For An Unknown Lady
Dorothy Parker
Lady, if you'd slumber sound, Keep your eyes upon the ground. If you'd toss and turn at night, Slip your glances left and right. Would the mornings...Rate it:

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For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffry (excerpt, Jubilate Agno)
Christopher Smart
For I will consider my Cat Jeoffry. For he is the servant of the Living God duly and daily serving him. For at the first glance of the glory of Go...Rate it:

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Forms Of Prayer To Be Used At Sea
John Keble
The shower of moonlight falls as still and clear Upon this desert main As where sweet flowers some pastoral garden cheer With fragrance a...Rate it:

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from Jubilate Agno, Fragment B, lines 695-768
Christopher Smart
For I will consider my Cat Jeoffry. For he is the servant of the Living God, duly and daily serving him. For at the first glance of the glory of Go...Rate it:

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From Lightning and Tempest
Adam Lindsay Gordon
The spring-wind pass'd through the forest, and whispered low in the leaves, And the cedar toss'd her head, and the oak stood firm in his pride ; Th...Rate it:

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From ‘The Cross’
John Donne
Who can blot out the Cross, which th’instrument Of God, dew’d on me in the Sacrament? Who can deny me power, and liberty To stretch mine arms...Rate it:

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Glorious France
Edgar Lee Masters
You have become a forge of snow-white fire, A crucible of molten steel, O France! Your sons are stars who cluster to a dawn And fade in light fo...Rate it:

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Good-bye
Walter de la Mare
The last of last words spoken is, Good-bye - The last dismantled flower in the weed-grown hedge, The last thin rumour of a feeble bell far ringing,...Rate it:

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Grief
Edith Wharton
I On immemorial altitudes august Grief holds her high dominion. Bold the feet That climb unblenching to that stern retreat Whence, looking down, m...Rate it:

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Gunner Joe
Marriott Edgar
I'll tell you a seafaring story, Of a lad who won honour and fame Wi' Nelson at Battle 'Trafalgar, Joe Moggeridge, that were his name. He were...Rate it:

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Hands!
William Henry Ogilvie
Hands! Gentle Hands! When the Field at covert stands, When your four-rear-old is sweating, Foamed and fidgety and fretting As a stray hound jum...Rate it:

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Hauntings
Rupert Brooke
In the grey tumult of these after years Oft silence falls; the incessant wranglers part; And less-than-echoes of remembered tears Hush all the l...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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Her Toys
Robert William Service
I sat her in her baby chair, And set upon its tray Her kewpie doll and teddy bear, But no, she would not play. Although they looked so ...Rate it:

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Hezekiah
Thomas Parnell
From the bleak Beach and broad expanse of sea, To lofty Salem, Thought direct thy way; Mount thy light chariot, move along the plains, And end thy ...Rate it:

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His Litany to the Holy Spirit
Robert Herrick
In the hour of my distress, When temptations me oppress, And when I my sins confess, Sweet Spirit comfort me! When I lie within my bed, Sick ...Rate it:

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Home Thoughts
Claude McKay
Oh something just now must be happening there! That suddenly and quiveringly here, Amid the city's noises, I must think Of mangoes leaning o'er ...Rate it:

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Horace: Book IV. Ode 7
Samuel Johnson
The snow dissolv'd, no more is seen; The fields and woods, behold! are green; The changing year renews the plain, The rivers know their banks again...Rate it:

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How
Kayla Bailey Jay
How do you love a person Who is no longer there to love? How do you take in all the pain When your heart was taken in vein? How do you get up each...Rate it:

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How Lucy Backslid
Paul Laurence Dunbar
De times is mighty stirrin' 'mong de people up ouah way, Dey 'sputin' an' dey argyin' an' fussin' night an' day; An' all dis monst'ous trouble dat ...Rate it:

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Hunting Song of the Seeonee Pack
Rudyard Kipling
As the dawn was breaking the Sambhur belled Once, twice, and again! And a doe leaped up -- and a doe leaped up From the pond in the wood where the ...Rate it:

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Hymm to the Winds
Joachim du Bellay
To you, troop so fleet, That with winged wandering feet, Through the wide world pass, And with soft murmuring Toss the green shades of spring ...Rate it:

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