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The Journey From School And To School
Charles Lamb
O what a joyous joyous day Is that on which we come At the recess from school away, Each lad to his own home! What though the coach is crammëd ful...Rate it:

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The Threshold
Rudyard Kipling
In their deepest caverns of limestone They pictured the Gods of Food-- The Horse, the Elk, and the Bison That the hunting might be good; With t...Rate it:

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Mother Song
Edith Nesbit
_From the Portuguese._ HEAVY my heart is, heavy to carry, Full of soft foldings, of downy enwrapments-- And the outer fold of all is love, And the...Rate it:

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Old Bob
Robert William Service
I guess folks think I'm mighty dumb Since Jack and Jim and Joe Have hit the trail to Kingdom Come And left me here below: Since D...Rate it:

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To Ralph Waldo Emerson
Richard Le Gallienne
Poet, whose words are like the tight-packed seed Sealed in the capsule of a silver flower, Still at your art we wonder as we read, The art dynamic ...Rate it:

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A Boy Scouts' Patrol Song
Rudyard Kipling
These are our regulations -- There's just one law for the Scout And the first and the last, and the present and the past, And the future and the ...Rate it:

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A Goodnight
William Carlos Williams
Go to sleep--though of course you will not-- to tideless waves thundering slantwise against strong embankments, rattle and swish of spray dashed...Rate it:

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Accordion
Robert William Service
Some carol of the banjo, to its measure keeping time; Of viol or of lute some make a song. My battered old accordion, you're worthy of a rhyme, You...Rate it:

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Act V
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
[MIDNIGHT.] First, two white arms that held him very close, And ever closer as he drew him back Reluctantly, the loose gold-colored hair A thou...Rate it:

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All That I Wanted To See
Nikhil Parekh
All that the fish wanted to see; was a colossal assemblage of salty water inundated with a flurry of undulating and tangy waves, All that the bir...Rate it:

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Allouette
Robert William Service
Singing larks I saw for sale - (Ah! the pain of it) Plucked and ready to impale On a roasting spit; Happy larks that summer-long Stormed the radian...Rate it:

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Alzuna
Alfred Noyes
The forest of Alzuna hides a pool. Beside that pool, a shadowy tree up-towers. High on that tree, a bough most beautiful Bends with the ...Rate it:

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An Electric Sign Goes Dark
Carl Sandburg
Poland, France, Judea ran in her veins, Singing to Paris for bread, singing to Gotham in a fizz at the pop of a bottle’s cork. “Won’t you come and...Rate it:

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Balbus
Marriott Edgar
I'll tell you the story of Balbus, You know, him as builded a wall; I'll tell you the reason he built it, And the place where it happened an' all...Rate it:

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Barcelona
Robert William Service
The night before I left Milan A mob jammed the Cathedral Square, And high the tide of passion ran As politics befouled the air. A seething hell of ...Rate it:

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Bayswater.W.
Arthur Henry Adams
About me leagues of houses lie, Above me, grim and straight and high, They climb; the terraces lean up Like long grey reefs against the sky. P...Rate it:

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Certain Maxims of Hafiz
Rudyard Kipling
I. If It be pleasant to look on, stalled in the packed serai, Does not the Young Man try Its temper and pace ere he buy? If She be pleasant to loo...Rate it:

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Cities
Hilda Doolittle
Can we believe -- by an effort comfort our hearts: it is not waste all this, not placed here in disgust, street after street, each patterned a...Rate it:

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Concert Party: Busseboom
Edmund Blunden
The stage was set, the house was packed, The famous troop began; Our laughter thundered, act by act; Time light as sunbeams ran. Dance sprang and ...Rate it:

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Drafted
Edgar Albert Guest
The biggest moment in our lives was that when first he cried, From that day unto this, for him, we've struggled side by side. We can recount his da...Rate it:

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English Grass
William Henry Ogilvie
Come, horsemen all, from every field And taste this rare delight, And see what English pastures yield To those whose hearts beat right! Come, h...Rate it:

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Epithalamion
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Hark, hearer, hear what I do; lend a thought now, make believe We are leafwhelmed somewhere with the hood Of some branchy bunchy bushybowered woo...Rate it:

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Escape at Bedtime
Robert Louis Stevenson
The lights from the parlour and kitchen shone out Through the blinds and the windows and bars; And high overhead and all moving about, There wer...Rate it:

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Externalism
Robert William Service
The Greatest Writer of to-day (With Maupassant I almost set him) Said to me in a weary way, The last occasion that I met him: "Old chap, this world...Rate it:

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Fair Rosamond
Marriott Edgar
You've heard of King Henry II And the story of how he got fond Of one of his customer's daughters, A lass called the " Fair Rosamond." 'Twere a l...Rate it:

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