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Robert Greene
AH! were she pitiful as she is fair, Or but as mild as she is seeming so, Then were my hopes greater than my despair, Then all the world were he...Rate it:

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Fear & Ignorance
Kurt Philip Behm
Get through the dialectic before the day is late Don’t wait for an invitation as they slowly shut the gate The wolf now dressed in spun wool ...Rate it:

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Fears And Scruples
Robert Browning
Here's my case. Of old I used to love him. This same unseen friend, before I knew: Dream there was none like him, none above him,-- Wake to hope an...Rate it:

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Feast Of Victory
Friedrich Schiller
Priam's castle-walls had sunk, Troy in dust and ashes lay, And each Greek, with triumph drunk, Richly laden with his prey, Sat upon his ship's hi...Rate it:

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William Watson
A squalid, hideous town, where streams run black With vomit of a hundred roaring mills,- Hither occasion calls me; and ev'n here, All in the sable ...Rate it:

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Felix Antonius
Sir Henry Newbolt
(After Martial) To-day, my friend is seventy-five; He tells his tale with no regret; His brave old eyes are steadfast yet, His heart the .lightest...Rate it:

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Female Fashions for 1799
Mary Darby Robinson
A form, as any taper, fine ; A head like half-pint bason ; Where golden cords, and bands entwine, As rich as fleece of JASON. A pair of shoulders ...Rate it:

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Filipinos, Remember Us
Edgar Lee Masters
You, if it fall to you to take From us the lamp that Athens gave, Fill it with mercy for our sake, And light us gently to the grave. The Goth ...Rate it:

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Charles Harpur
A HEAVY and desolate sense of life Is all the Past makes mine—and still A cold contempt of Fortune’s strife, Despite the dread Of want of bread, ’N...Rate it:

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Percy Bysshe Shelley
The season was the childhood of sweet June, Whose sunny hours from morning until noon Went creeping through the day with silent feet, Each with its...Rate it:

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Fire-Fly City
Henry Van Dyke
Like a long arrow through the dark the train is darting, Bearing me far away, after a perfect day of love's delight: Wakeful with all the sad-sweet...Rate it:

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First Anniversary
Andrew Marvell
Like the vain curlings of the watery maze, Which in smooth streams a sinking weight does raise, So Man, declining always, disappears In the weak...Rate it:

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First Destiny Called
First Destiny Called
Laid solid with words the writers stone A fortress was columned my only real home The poetry was safe there it stammered and tried As my fee...Rate it:

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First Love
Count Giacomo Leopardi
Ah, well can I the day recall, when first The conflict fierce of love I felt, and said: If _this_ be love, how hard it is to bear! With eyes still...Rate it:

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First Sunday After Christmas
John Keble
'Tis true, of old the unchanging sun His daily course refused to run, The pale moon hurrying to the west Paused at a mortal's call, to aid...Rate it:

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Fishing In Moonlit Jungle
Nikhil Parekh
Wild berries fell down from the peach tree, wide spanned eagles glided harmlessly across the moon, menacing owl eyes stared fiendishly downward, ...Rate it:

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Flash Jack From Gundagai
Andrew Barton Paterson
I've shore at Burrabogie, and I've shore at Toganmain, I've shore at big Willandra and upon the old Coleraine, But before the shearin' was over I'v...Rate it:

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Robert William Service
I never kill a fly because I think that what we have of laws To regulate and civilize Our daily life - we owe to flies. Apropos, I'll tell you of ...Rate it:

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Flight Of The Duchess, The
Robert Browning
I. You're my friend: I was the man the Duke spoke to; I helped the Duchess to cast off his yoke, too; So here's the tale from beginning to end...Rate it:

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Flight To Nature
William Gilmore Simms
SICK of the crowd, the toil, the strife, Sweet Nature, how I turn to thee, Seeking for renovated life, By brawling brook and shady tree! I knew th...Rate it:

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Fogarty's Gin
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
A sweat-dripping horse and a half-naked myall, And a message: ‘Come out to the back of the run— Be out at the stake-yards by rising of sun! Ride...Rate it:

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For music
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
ALONG the shore, along the shore I see the wavelets meeting: But thee I see--ah, never more, For all my wild heart's beating. The little wavele...Rate it:

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For The Moment
Pierre Reverdy
Life is simple and gay The bright sun rings with a quiet sound The sound of the bells has quieted down This morning the light hits it all Th...Rate it:

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Fortune Of War
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
NOUGHT more accursed in war I know Than getting off scot-free; Inured to danger, on we go In constant victory; We first unpack, then pack again, ...Rate it:

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William Wilfred Campbell
We are what nature made us; soon or late, Life's art that fadeth passeth slow away, With iron eatings of our sordid day, Leaving behind those influ...Rate it:

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