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Victor Marie Hugo
You can see it already: chalks and ochers; Country crossed with a thousand furrow-lines; Ground-level rooftops hidden by the shrubbery; Sporadic ...Rate it:

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Letter To Maria Gisborne
Percy Bysshe Shelley
The spider spreads her webs, whether she be In poet's tower, cellar, or barn, or tree; The silk-worm in the dark green mulberry leaves His winding ...Rate it:

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Lines written as a School Exercise at Hawkshead, Anno Aetatis
William Wordsworth
"And has the Sun his flaming chariot driven Two hundred times around the ring of heaven, Since Science first, with all her sacred train, Beneath...Rate it:

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Lola Ridge
Rock-a-by baby, woolly and brown… (There's a shout at the door an' a big red light…) Lil' coon baby, mammy is down… Han's that hold yuh are steady ...Rate it:

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New Year
A new year,is for fixing anything,that went wrong,in the past. Its the chance to start anew,,like a good song. So toss away,all your blues. You sho...Rate it:

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Nothing and Something
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
It is nothing to me, the beauty said, With a careless toss of her pretty head; The man is weak if he can't refrain From the cup you say is fraught ...Rate it:

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Nursery Rhyme
Frank Wilmot
One year, two year, three year, four, Comes a khaki gentleman knocking at the door. 'Any little boys at home, send them out to me To train them and...Rate it:

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Ode To The Moon
Thomas Hood
I Mother of light! how fairly dost thou go Over those hoary crests, divinely led!— Art thou that huntress of the silver bow, Fabled of old? Or ...Rate it:

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Old Tom
Robert William Service
The harridan who holds the inn At which I toss a pot, Is old and uglier than sin,-- I'm glad she knows me not. Indeed, for me it's hard...Rate it:

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On Happiness
James Thomson
Warm'd by the summer sun's meridian ray, As underneath a spreading oak I lay Contemplating the mighty load of woe, In search of bliss that morta...Rate it:

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On Leaving Mrs. Brown's Lodgings
Sir Walter Scott
So goodbye, Mrs. Brown, I am going out of town, Over dale, over down, Where bugs bite not, Where lodgers fight not, Where below your chairmen ...Rate it:

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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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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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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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