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Shelley’s Death
Alfred Austin
What! And it was so! Thou wert then Death-stricken from behind, O heart of hearts! and they were men, That rent thee from mankind! Greedy hatred ch...Rate it:

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Song of Perfect Propriety
Dorothy Parker
Oh, I should like to ride the seas, A roaring buccaneer; A cutlass banging at my knees, A dirk behind my ear. And when my captives' chains would cl...Rate it:

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Song of the Sea-Wind
Lucy Maud Montgomery
When the sun sets over the long blue wave I spring from my couch of rest, And I hurtle and boom over leagues of foam That toss in the weltering we...Rate it:

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Sonnet 98: Ah Bed, The field Where Joy's Peace
Sir Philip Sidney
Ah bed, the field where joy's peace some do see, The field where all my thought to war be train'd, How is thy grace by my strange fortune stain'd...Rate it:

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Sonnet: Oh! Death will find me, long before I tire
Rupert Brooke
Oh! Death will find me, long before I tire Of watching you; and swing me suddenly Into the shade and loneliness and mire Of the last land! Ther...Rate it:

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Sonnet: Oh! Death Will Find Me, Long Before I Tire
Rupert Brooke
Oh! Death will find me, long before I tire Of watching you; and swing me suddenly Into the shade and loneliness and mire Of the last land! There,...Rate it:

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South-West Wind In The Woodland
George Meredith
The silence of preluded song - AEolian silence charms the woods; Each tree a harp, whose foliaged strings Are waiting for the master's touch To...Rate it:

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William Wordsworth
WITHIN our happy castle there dwelt One Whom without blame I may not overlook; For never sun on living creature shone Who more devout enjoyment wit...Rate it:

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John Clare
The passing traveller with wonder sees A deep and ancient stonepit full of trees; So deep and very deep the place has been, The church might stand ...Rate it:

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Amy Lowell
How should I sing when buffeting salt waves And stung with bitter surges, in whose might I toss, a cockleshell? The dreadful night Marshals its und...Rate it:

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George Herbert
O day most calm, most bright The fruit of this, the next world's bud, Th'endorsement of supreme delight, Writ by a friend, and with his blood; ...Rate it:

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Tant ai mo cor
Bernard de Ventadorn
Tant ai mo cor ple de joya, tot me desnatura. Flor blancha, vermeilh'e groya me par la frejura, c'ab lo ven et ab la ploya me creis l'aventura, per...Rate it:

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Tarquin And Tullia
John Dryden
In times when princes cancelled nature's law, And declarations which themselves did draw; When children used their parents to dethrone, And gnaw...Rate it:

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Tasso Dying
Konstantin Nikolaevich Batiushkov
What festival is ancient Rome preparing? Where flow the crowds in noisy waves? Why these aromas, myrrh's sweet smoke And censers all aroun...Rate it:

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Tatiana's Letter
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
FROM 'EUGENE ONIEGIN' I write to you . . . when that is said What more is left for me to say ? Now you are free (I know too well) To heap conte...Rate it:

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Tell's Birth-Place. Imitated From Stolberg
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I. Mark this holy chapel well! The birth-place, this, of William Tell. Here, where stands God's altar dread, Stood his parent's marriage-bed. II. ...Rate it:

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William Cowper
The billows swell, the winds are high, Clouds overcast my wintry sky; Out of the depths to Thee I call, -- My fears are great, my strength is sm...Rate it:

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The Hour And The Ghost
Christina Georgina Rossetti
BRIDE O love, love, hold me fast, He draws me away from thee; I cannot stem the blast, Nor the cold strong sea: Far away a light shines Beyond the...Rate it:

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The 'Mary Ross'
Blanche Edith Baughan
'What was the hardest hour’, you ask, ‘Ever I had at sea?’ There was that in the wreck of the Mary Ross Is bitten into me. Five me...Rate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto I.
Coventry Patmore
Preludes. I The Impossibility Lo, Love's obey'd by all. 'Tis right That all should know what they obey, Lest erring conscience damp delight, And ...Rate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto VII.
Coventry Patmore
Preludes. I Love's Immortality How vilely 'twere to misdeserve The poet's gift of perfect speech, In song to try, with trembling nerve, The limit...Rate it:

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The Ark
Jones Very
There is no change of time and place with Thee; Where'er I go, with me 'tis still the same; Within thy presence I rejoice to be, And always hallow ...Rate it:

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The Australian Marseillaise
Henry Lawson
Sing the strong, proud song of Labour, Toss the ringing music high; Liberty’s a nearer neighbour Than she was in days gone by. Workmen’s weary wive...Rate it:

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The Autumn Wind
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. HUSH, moaning autumn wind! be still, be still! Thy grieving voice forbiddeth hearts to rest; We hear thee sweeping down the lonely hill, And...Rate it:

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The Battle of Sempach
Sir Walter Scott
'Twas when among our linden-trees The bees had housed in swarms, (And grey-hair'd peasants say that these Betoken foreign arms), Then look'd we do...Rate it:

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