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The Second Nun's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
The minister and norice* unto vices, *nurse Which that men call in English idleness, The porter at the gate is of delices...Rate it:

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The Soldier Birds
Henry Lawson
I mind the river from Mount Frome To Ballanshantie’s Bridge, The Mudgee Hills, and Buckaroo, Lowe’s Peak, and Granite Ridge. The “tailers” in the c...Rate it:

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The Song Of The Sandwich
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
We met at night in the season's hight, Mid revel and mirth and song. I looked in your eye with a mute, mute cry, As you elbowed your way through th...Rate it:

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The Travelling Post Office
Andrew Barton Paterson
The roving breezes come and go, the reed-beds sweep and sway, The sleepy river murmers low,and loiters on its way, It is the land of lots o'time ...Rate it:

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The Two MP's
Richard Harris Barham
MAGAZINE PUBLISHER AND MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT) BEING A TRUE AND PARTICULAR ACCOUNT OF THE GRAND MILLING MATCH THAT DIDN'T TAKE PLACE SAYS Tom D--...Rate it:

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The Uncultured Rhymer To His Cultured Critics
Henry Lawson
Fight through ignorance, want, and care — Through the griefs that crush the spirit; Push your way to a fortune fair, And the smiles of the world yo...Rate it:

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The Wantaritencant
Henry Lawson
It watched me in the cradle laid, and from my boyhood’s home It glared above my shoulder-blade when I wrote my first “pome”; It’s sidled by me ever...Rate it:

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To a Child of Quality, Five Years Old, 1704. The Author then Forty
Matthew Prior
LORDS, knights, and squires, the numerous band That wear the fair Miss Mary's fetters, Were summoned by her high command To show their pas...Rate it:

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To a Child of Quality, Five Years Old, the Author Suppos'd Forty
Matthew Prior
Lords, knights, and squires, the num'rous band, That wear the fair Miss Mary's fetters, Were summon'd by her high command, To show their passions b...Rate it:

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To a Friend
William Shenstone
Have you ne'er seen, my gentle Squire! The humours of your kitchen fire? Says Ned to Sal, 'I lead a spade; Why don't ye play?-the girl's afraid- Pl...Rate it:

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To a Lady who sent me a copy of verses at my going to bed
Henry King
Lady your art or wit could nere devise To shame me more then in this nights surprise. Why I am quite unready, and my eye Now winking like my can...Rate it:

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To Fannie
Mary Eliza Perine Tucker Lambert
Write to thine eyes? Why, my poor pen Quails at the unequal task; I fear you don't appreciate The mighty boon you ask. Thine eyes, I know, oh! beau...Rate it:

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To May
Ellis Parker Butler
I have no heart to write verses to May; I have no heart—yet I’m cheerful today; I have no heart—she has won mine away So—I have no heart to write v...Rate it:

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To Mr. Edward Howard, on his Incomparable, Incomprehensible Poem Called The British Princes
Charles Sackville
Come on, ye critics! Find one fault who dare, For, read it backward like a witch's prayer, 'Twill do as well; throw not away your jests On solid...Rate it:

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To Mr. F. Now Earl of W
Anne Kingsmill Finch
No sooner, FLAVIO, was you gone, But, your Injunction thought upon, ARDELIA took the Pen; Designing to perform the Task, Her FLAVIO did so kindl...Rate it:

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To My Friends and Critics
Julia A Moore
Come all you friends and critics, And listen to my song, A word I will say to you, It will not take me long, The people talks about me, They've not...Rate it:

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To Sir Godfrey Kneller, Principal Painter to His Majesty
John Dryden
Once I beheld the fairest of her kind, And still the sweet idea charms my mind: True, she was dumb; for nature gazed so long, Pleased with her w...Rate it:

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To The Right Honorable The Lord S.
Thomas Nashe
Pardon, _sweete flower of Matchles poetrie, And fairest bud the red rose euer bare; Although my Muse, devorst from deeper care, Presents thee with ...Rate it:

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To Victor Daley
Henry Lawson
I thought that silence would be best, But I a call have heard, And, Victor, after all the rest, I well might say a word: The day and work is nearly...Rate it:

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To William E. Channing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The pages of thy book I read, And as I closed each one, My heart, responding, ever said, "Servant of God! well done!" Well done! Thy words ar...Rate it:

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Turning Black
Kurt Philip Behm
To write poetry on the battlefield is to write poetry from the heart Words to cover the scars and wounds grief peeling back like bark Each ve...Rate it:

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Unaware
Jesse Cochran
I'm on the side of wreaking havoc, On the borderline of breaking savvy, You do not know me, nor will you ever, But only few may know where I come f...Rate it:

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Upon The Saying That My Verses Were Made By Another
Anne Killigrew
Next Heaven my Vows to thee (O Sacred Muse!) I offer'd up, nor didst thou them refuse. O Queen of Verse, said I, if thou'lt inspire, And warm my ...Rate it:

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Vanitas Vanitatum
William Makepeace Thackeray
How spake of old the Royal Seer? (His text is one I love to treat on.) This life of ours he said is sheer Mataiotes Mataioteton. O Student of this...Rate it:

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Voices Not Your Own
Kurt Philip Behm
"Don’t write for Poets, their knives unclean With jagged edges, whose cuts demean Their opinions frayed, by wounds unseen Whose righ...Rate it:

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