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Crab Poison
Nikhil Parekh
Glistening golden sands of the beach, A lunch box for venomous crabs, Stormy waves dispatching sheets of salt, With metallic clangs on crab shel...Rate it:

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Cramped in That Funnelled Hole
Wilfred Owen
Cramped in that funnelled hole, they watched the dawn Open a jagged rim around; a yawn Of death's jaws, which had all but swallowed them Stuck in t...Rate it:

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Crazy Jane Reproved
William Butler Yeats
I care not what the sailors say: All those dreadful thunder-stones, All that storm that blots the day Can but show that Heaven yawns; Great Europa ...Rate it:

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Cut
Nikhil Parekh
In order to cut the fabulous ribbon; I used a pair of majestically glistening scissors, In order to cut the unruly weeds of rampantly sprawling g...Rate it:

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Cyder: Book II
John Arthur Phillips
O Harcourt, Whom th' ingenuous Love of Arts Has carry'd from Thy native Soil, beyond Th' eternal Alpine Snows, and now detains In It...Rate it:

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Deaf House Agent
Katherine Mansfield
That deaf old man With his hand to his ear-- His hand to hi head stood out like a shell, Horny and hollow. He said, "I can't hear," He muttered, "...Rate it:

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Death Never Quells
Kurt Philip Behm
Through age and infirmity, my voice cries loud With feelings still timeless, eyes not to cloud The Reaper waits patient, his claim has been...Rate it:

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Deep Ocean Of Secrets
Nikhil Parekh
Be it belonging to the infinitesimally irate ant; who traversed an infinite steps in its journey from the bottom of the majestic dinner table; to i...Rate it:

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Deep Sea Cables
Rudyard Kipling
The wrecks dissolve above us; their dust drops down from afar - Down to the dark, to the utter dark, where the blind white sea-snakes are. There is...Rate it:

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Desire
Victor James Daley
Soul of the leaping flame; Heart of the scarlet fire, Spirit that hath for name Only the name - Desire! Subtle art thou and strong; Glowing in ...Rate it:

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Desiree
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Will she spring with a blush from the arms of Dawn, When the sleepy songsters prune Their dewy vestments on bush and thorn, And the jovial magpi...Rate it:

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Disabled
Wilfred Owen
He sat in a wheeled chair, waiting for dark, And shivered in his ghastly suit of grey, Legless, sewn short at elbow. Through the park Voices of ...Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Sixteenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
The antique Persians taught three useful things, To draw the bow, to ride, and speak the truth. This was the mode of Cyrus, best of kings-- A mo...Rate it:

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Don't You See?
Katharine Lee Bates
The day was hotter than words can tell, So hot the jelly-fish wouldn't jell. The halibut went all to butter, And the catfish had only force to utte...Rate it:

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Double Ballade Of Primitive Man
Andrew Lang
He lived in a cave by the seas, He lived upon oysters and foes, But his list of forbidden degrees, An extensive morality shows; Geological evidence...Rate it:

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Eland’s River
George Essex Evans
IT WAS on the fourth of August, as five hundred of us lay In the camp at Eland’s River, came a shell from De La Rey— We were dreaming of home faces...Rate it:

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Empty
Ada Cambridge
Can this be my poem?—this poor fragment Of bald thought in meanest language dressed! Can this string of rhymes be my sweet poem? All its poetry who...Rate it:

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Ensign Epps, The Color-Bearer
John Boyle O'Reilly
ENSIGN EPPS, at the battle of Flanders, Sowed a seed of glory and duty That flowers and flames in height and beauty Like a crimson lily with heart ...Rate it:

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Epilogue: 1908
Christopher John Brennan
The droning tram swings westward: shrill the wire sings overhead, and chill midwinter draughts rattle the glass that shows the dusking way I pass t...Rate it:

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Epitaph for Maria Wentworth
Thomas Carew
And here the precious dust is laid; Whose purely-temper'd clay was made So fine that it the guest betray'd. Else the soul grew so fast within, ...Rate it:

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Epitaph on her Son H. P.
Katherine Philips
WHat on Earth deserves our trust ? Youth and Beauty both are dust. Long we gathering are with pain, What one moment calls again. Seven year...Rate it:

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Evarra And His Gods
Rudyard Kipling
~Read here: This is the story of Evarra -- man -- Maker of Gods in lands beyond the sea.~ Because the city gave him of her gold, Because the cara...Rate it:

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Ex-Service
Siegfried Sassoon
Derision from the dead Mocks armamental madness. Redeem (each Ruler said) Mankind. Men died to do it. And some with glorying gladness Bore arms for...Rate it:

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Exile
Harold Hart Crane
My hands have not touched pleasure since your hands, -- No, -- nor my lips freed laughter since 'farewell', And with the day, distance again expand...Rate it:

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Extractions
Nikhil Parekh
I extracted curd from pure cows milk; after sequestering it for marathon hours from light, I extracted stupendously sweet honey from catacomb bee...Rate it:

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