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On St. David's Day
James Clerk Maxwell
To Mrs. E.C. Morrieson ’Twas not chance but deep design, Tho’ of whom I can't divine Made the courtly Valentine (Corpulent saint and bishop) Such ...Rate it:

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On The Report Of A Monument To Be Erected In Westminster Abbey, To The Memory Of A Late Author (Churchill)
James Beattie
Bufo, begone! with thee may Faction's fire, That hatch'd thy salamander-fame, expire. Fame, dirty idol of the brainless crowd, What half-made moon-...Rate it:

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Re-voyage
Emily Pauline Johnson
What of the days when we two dreamed together? Days marvellously fair, As lightsome as a skyward floating feather Sailing on summer air-- Sum...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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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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Storm-Racked
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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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 Coromandel Fishers
Sarojini Naidu
Rise, brothers, rise; the wakening skies pray to the morning light, The wind lies asleep in the arms of the dawn like a child that has cried all n...Rate it:

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The Count Of Griers
William Cullen Bryant
FROM THE GERMAN OF UHLAND. At morn the Count of Greiers before his castle stands; He sees afar the glory that lights the mountain lands; The horne...Rate it:

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The Creditor To His Proud Debtor
George Moses Horton
Ha, tott'ring Johny, strut and boast, But think of what your feathers cost; Your crowing days are short at most, You bloom but soon to fade; Su...Rate it:

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The Demon Snow-Shoes (A Legend of Kiandra)
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
The snow lies deep on hill and dale, In rocky gulch and grassy vale, The tiny, trickling, tumbling falls Are frozen 'twixt their rocky walls That g...Rate it:

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The Fishermen
John Greenleaf Whittier
HURRAH! the seaward breezes Sweep down the bay amain; Heave up, my lads, the anchor! Run up the sail again! Leave to the lubber landsmen The rail-c...Rate it:

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The Ghost - Book I
Charles Churchill
With eager search to dart the soul, Curiously vain, from pole to pole, And from the planets' wandering spheres To extort the number of our years, A...Rate it:

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The Home-Going
James Whitcomb Riley
We must get home--for we have been away So long it seems forever and a day! And O so very homesick we have grown, The laughter of the world is like...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 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 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 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 Patchwork Bonnet
Robert Graves
Across the room my silent love I throw, Where you sit sewing in bed by candlelight, Your young stern profile and industrious fingers Displayed agai...Rate it:

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The Slavery Of Greece
George Canning
Unrivall'd Greece! thou ever honor'd name, Thou nurse of heroes dear to deathless fame! Though now to worth, to honor all unknown, Thy lustre faded...Rate it:

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The Unforgiven
Edwin Arlington Robinson
When he, who is the unforgiven, Beheld her first, he found her fair: No promise ever dreamt in heaven Could have lured him anywhere That would ...Rate it:

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Thistle-down
Emily Pauline Johnson
Beyond a ridge of pine with russet tips The west lifts to the sun her longing lips, Her blushes stain with gold and garnet dye The shore, the r...Rate it:

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Tired
Augusta Davies Webster
No not to-night, dear child; I cannot go; I'm busy, tired; they knew I should not come; you do not need me there. Dear, be content, and take you...Rate it:

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We Must Get Home
James Whitcomb Riley
We must get home! How could we stray like this?-- So far from home, we know not where it is,-- Only in some fair, apple-blossomy place Of children'...Rate it:

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