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A Bridal Song
Hugh McCrae
SHE is more sparkling beautiful Than dawn-light seen thro’ tears The weeping worlds of Paradise Shed down upon the spheres. Her eyes are brigh...Rate it:

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A Calendar of Sonnets: May
Helen Hunt Jackson
O Month when they who love must love and wed! Were one to go to worlds where May is naught, And seek to tell the memories he had brought From ea...Rate it:

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A Captive Throstle
Alfred Austin
Poor little mite with mottled breast, Half-fledged, and fallen from the nest, For whom this world hath just begun, Who want to fly, yet scarce can ...Rate it:

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A child said, What is the grass?
Walt Whitman
A child said, What is the grass? fetching it to me with full hands; How could I answer the child?. . . .I do not know what it is any more than he...Rate it:

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A Criticism of Critics
Robert Fuller Murray
How often have the critics, trained To look upon the sky Through telescopes securely chained, Forgot the naked eye. Within the compass of their gl...Rate it:

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A Criticism of Critics
Robert Fuller Murray
How often have the critics, trained To look upon the sky Through telescopes securely chained, Forgot the naked eye. Within the compass of their gl...Rate it:

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A Dialogue Betwixt God And The Soul
Sir Henry Wotton
Soul. Whilst my Souls eye beheld no light But what stream'd from thy gracious sight To me the worlds greatest King, Seem'd but some little vulgar ...Rate it:

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A Dialogue, Between the Resolved Soul, And Created Pleasure
Andrew Marvell
Courage my Soul, now learn to wield The weight of thine immortal Shield. Close on thy Head thy Helmet bright. Ballance thy Sword against the Fight....Rate it:

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A Dittie
John Lyly
Behold her lockes like wiers of beaten gold, her eies like starres that twinkle in the skie, Her heauenly face not framd of earthly molde, Her voic...Rate it:

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A Divine Mistress
Thomas Carew
In Nature's pieces still I see Some error that might mended be; Something my wish could still remove, Alter or add; but my fair love Was fram'd by ...Rate it:

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A Dream Of Sunshine
Eugene Field
I'm weary of this weather and I hanker for the ways Which people read of in the psalms and preachers paraphrase-- The grassy fields, the leafy wood...Rate it:

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A Funeral Fantasie
Friedrich Schiller
Pale, at its ghastly noon, Pauses above the death-still wood--the moon; The night-sprite, sighing, through the dim air stirs; The clo...Rate it:

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A Grain Of Sand
Robert William Service
If starry space no limit knows And sun succeeds to sun, There is no reason to suppose Our earth the only one. 'Mid countless constellat...Rate it:

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A Hymn To My God
Sir Henry Wotton
OH thou great Power, in whom I move, For whom I live, to whom I die, Behold me through thy beams of love, Whilest on this Couch of tears I lye; ...Rate it:

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A Letter From Italy
Alfred Austin
I Lately, when we wished good-bye Underneath a gloomy sky, ``Bear,'' you said, ``my love in mind, Leaving me not quite behind; And across the mount...Rate it:

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A Musical
Paul Laurence Dunbar
OUTSIDE the rain upon the street, The sky all grim of hue, Inside, the music-painful sweet, And yet I heard but you As is a thrilling violin, So is...Rate it:

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A Musing On A Victory
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Down by the Sutlej shore, Where sound the trumpet and the wild tum-tum, At winter's eve did come A gaunt old northern lion, at whose roar The myria...Rate it:

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A Neighbours Tears
Benjamin Tompson
O heighth! o Depthe! upon my bended knees Who dare Expound these Wondrous Mysteries: That this rare plant is cropt before mine Eyes (Meer Shadow) l...Rate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XXII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Unblest discovery of an age too real! They needed not the beauty of the Earth, Who held Heaven's hope for their supreme ideal, And found in worlds ...Rate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XXXVIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
I saw one sitting on a kingly throne, A man of age, whom Time had touched with white; White were his brows, and white his vestment shone, And white...Rate it:

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A Pageant of Elizabeth
Rudyard Kipling
Written for "The Pageant of Parliament," 1934 Like Princes crowned they bore them-- Like Demi-Gods they wrought, When the New World lay before the...Rate it:

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A Pair Of Lovers In The Street
Arthur Henry Adams
A PAIR of lovers in the street! I dare not mock: with reverence meet My unforgetting heart I cheat. Ah, God, spare me—so soon again ...Rate it:

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A Panegyric
Edmund Waller
[To my Lord Protector, of the Present Greatness, and Joint Interest, of His Highness, and this Nation.] While with a strong and yet a gentle hand,...Rate it:

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A Piccaninny
James Brunton Stephens
Lo by the “humpy” door a smockless Venus! Unblushing bronze, she shrinks not, having seen us, Though there is nought but short couch-grass between ...Rate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book I
Edward Young
While others sing the fortune of the great, Empire and arms, and all the pomp of state; With Britain's hero set their souls on fire, And grow immor...Rate it:

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