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"The Little Quaker Sinner"
Lucy Lincoln Montgomery
A little Quaker maiden, with dimpled cheek and chin, Before an ancient mirror stood and viewed her form within, She wore a gown of sober grey, a ca...Rate it:

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'If I were dead'
Coventry Patmore
'IF I were dead, you'd sometimes say, Poor Child!' The dear lips quiver'd as they spake, And the tears brake From eyes which, not to grieve me, ...Rate it:

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'The Rose Family' Song 1
Louisa May Alcott
O flower at my window Why blossom you so fair, With your green and purple cup Upturned to sun and air? 'I bloom, blithesome Bessie, To cheer y...Rate it:

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'We're All Australians Now'
Andrew Barton Paterson
Australia takes her pen in hand To write a line to you, To let you fellows understand How proud we are of you. From shearing shed and cattle run, ...Rate it:

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1777
Amy Lowell
I The Trumpet-Vine Arbour The throats of the little red trumpet-flowers are wide open, And the clangour of brass beats against the hot sunlight. ...Rate it:

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39
Henry Lawson
I only woke this morning To find the world is fair— I’m going on for forty, With scarcely one grey hair; I’m going on for forty, Where man’s strong...Rate it:

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60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
Bio Of Mario William Vitale The language and images of Mario Vitale's poetry are so closely bound to the natural cycles of seasons, of generations...Rate it:

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A Poet's Home
Charles Harpur
HERE in this lonely rill-engirdled spot, The world forgetting, by the world forgot, With one vowed to me with beloved lips How sweet to draw, as hi...Rate it:

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A Song of Honour
Ralph Hodgson
I climbed a hill as light fell short, And rooks came home in scramble sort, And filled the trees and flapped and fought And sang themselves to s...Rate it:

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A 'Born Leader Of Men'
Ambrose Bierce
Tuckerton Tamerlane Morey Mahosh Is a statesman of world-wide fame, With a notable knack at rhetorical bosh To glorify somebody's name Somebody cho...Rate it:

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A 'Mute Inglorious Milton'
Ambrose Bierce
'O, I'm the Unaverage Man, But you never have heard of me, For my brother, the Average Man, outran My fame with rapiditee, And I'm sunk in Oblivion...Rate it:

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A Baby's Death
Algernon Charles Swinburne
A little soul scarce fledged for earth Takes wing with heaven again for goal Even while we hailed as fresh from birth A little soul. Our thought...Rate it:

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A Ballad
John Gay
I. 'Twas when the seas were roaring With hollow blasts of wind; A damsel lay deploring, All on a rock reclin'd. Wide o'er the roaring billows She c...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Burdens
Algernon Charles Swinburne
A Ballad of Burdens The burden of fair women. Vain delight, And love self-slain in some sweet shameful way, And ...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Burial
Rudyard Kipling
If down here I chance to die, Solemnly I beg you take All that is left of "I" To the Hills for old sake's sake, Pack me very thoroughly In the ice ...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Death
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Kneel down, fair Love, and fill thyself with tears, Girdle thyself with sighing for a girth Upon the sides of mirth, Cover thy lips and eyelids, le...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Ducks
Andrew Barton Paterson
The railway rattled and roared and swung With jolting and bumping trucks. The sun, like a billiard red ball, hung In the Western sky: and the ti...Rate it:

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A Ballad Of The French Fleet. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Fifth)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A fleet with flags arrayed Sailed from the port of Brest, And the Admiral's ship displayed The signal: 'Steer southwest.' For this Admiral D'Anvill...Rate it:

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A Bequest To Music
Ambrose Bierce
'Let music flourish!' So he said and died. Hark! ere he's gone the minstrelsy begins: The symphonies ascend, a swelling tide, Melodious thunders fi...Rate it:

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A Blind Man in the Street
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'He's blind,' we say. Then turn aside Upon our way, again to view Familiar things - some prospect wide, Some olden scene for ever new. Heedless we...Rate it:

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A Bridal In The Bois De Boulogne.
Mathilde Blind
HOW the lilacs, the lilacs are glowing and blowing! And white through the delicate verdure of May The blossoming boughs of the hawthorn are showi...Rate it:

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A Brisbane Reverie
James Brunton Stephens
As I sit beside my little study window, looking down From the heights of contemplation (attic front) upon the town (Attic front, per week — with bo...Rate it:

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A Brother In Need
Henrik Johan Ibsen
NOW, rallying once if ne'er again, With flag at half-mast flown, A people in dire need and strain Mans Tyra's bastion. Betrayed in danger's ho...Rate it:

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A Brother Of The Battuti
Arthur Symons
Shed, sinful flesh, these tears of blood, For all thy vileness all too few; Wash out, O holy healing flood, The sins that always in God's view Sta...Rate it:

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A Calendar of Sonnets: April
Helen Hunt Jackson
No days such honored days as these! While yet Fair Aphrodite reigned, men seeking wide For some fair thing which should forever bide On earth, h...Rate it:

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