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The Death Of Carthullin
James Macpherson
ARGUMENT. Cuthullin, after the arms of Fingal had expelled Swaran from Ireland, continued to manage the affairs of that kingdom as the guardian o...Rate it:

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The Death Of President Lincoln
Joseph Furphy
(A Romance.) December 11th, 1867. The fleecy clouds had passed away Before the bright approach of day, And now the morning's radiance shines ...Rate it:

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The Island: Canto IV.
George Gordon Lord Byron
I. White as a white sail on a dusky sea, When half the horizon 's clouded and half free, Fluttering between the dun wave and the sky, Is Hope's las...Rate it:

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The Legend of St. Austin and the Child
Katharine Tynan
St. Austin, going in thought Along the sea-sands gray, Into another world was caught, And Carthage far away. He saw the City of God Hang in th...Rate it:

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The Missionary - Canto Sixth
William Lisle Bowles
The second moon had now begun to wane, Since bold Valdivia left the southern plain; Goal of his labours, Penco's port and bay, Far gleaming to the ...Rate it:

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The Paper Nautilus
Marianne Moore
For authorities whose hopes are shaped by mercenaries? Writers entrapped by teatime fame and by commuters' comforts? Not for these the paper nautil...Rate it:

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The Pimpernel
Celia Thaxter
SHE walks beside the silent shore, The tide is high, the breeze is still; No ripple breaks the ocean-floor, The sunshine sleeps upon the hill. The...Rate it:

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The Pool
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
COME with me, follow me, swift as a moth, Ere the wood-doves waken. Lift the long leaves and look down, look down Where the light is shaken, Amber ...Rate it:

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The Prelude. (book V )
William Wordsworth
WHEN Contemplation, like the night-calm felt Through earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deep Into the soul its tranquillising power, Even ...Rate it:

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The Secret
Katherine Mansfield
In the profoundest ocean There is a rainbow shell, It is always there, shining most stilly Under the greatest storm waves That the old Greek called...Rate it:

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The Sentry
Wilfred Owen
We'd found an old Boche dug-out, and he knew, And gave us hell, for shell on frantic shell Hammered on top, but never quite burst through. Rain, gu...Rate it:

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The Tree Of Love
Nikhil Parekh
The apple tree swayed frivolously in the air; bearing crimson crested fruit peeping out from its dense foliage, However as came freezing winter; i...Rate it:

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Nikhil Parekh
When I placed it in my mouth; encircling my tongue all around it completely wetting its periphery, The mercury inside rose meticulously to a holis...Rate it:

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To Pius IX
John Greenleaf Whittier
THE cannon's brazen lips are cold; No red shell blazes down the air; And street and tower, and temple old, Are silent as despair. The Lombard stand...Rate it:

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Uncle Ned’s Tales: How The Flag Was Saved
John Boyle O'Reilly
‘TWAS a dismal winter's evening, fast without came down the snow, But within, the cheerful fire cast a ruddy, genial glow O'er our pleasant little...Rate it:

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A Woman’s Apology
Alfred Austin
In the green darkness of a summer wood, Wherethro' ran winding ways, a lady stood, Carved from the air in curving womanhood. A maiden's form crown...Rate it:

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Among School Children
William Butler Yeats
I WALK through the long schoolroom questioning; A kind old nun in a white hood replies; The children learn to cipher and to sing, To study reading-...Rate it:

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Buddha in Glory
Rainer Maria Rilke
Center of all centers, core of cores, almond self-enclosed, and growing sweet-- all this universe, to the furthest stars all beyond them, is your f...Rate it:

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Nelly Sachs
What lovely aftermath is painted in your dust. You were led through the flaming core of the earth, through its stony shell, webs of farewell in the...Rate it:

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Dorothy Parker
There's little in taking or giving, There's little in water or wine; This living, this living, this living Was never a project of mine. Oh, har...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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Daniel Wheeler
John Greenleaf Whittier
O Dearly loved! And worthy of our love! No more Thy aged form shall rise before The bushed and waiting worshiper, In meek obedience utterance givin...Rate it:

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Howth Light-House
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Few subjects can be more sublime and grand than the present Illustration, under the circumstances and point of view in which it is here represented...Rate it:

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He cried for help using a silent cord but silent cries always get ignored, he couldn't remember how life rewards and from his eyes the tears then p...Rate it:

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Poetic Review of THE CULT OF INFORMATION of Theodore Roszak
Mohammad Badri
By: Mohammad Badri Fasten your seatbelts friends . . . it’s about time . . .! World is cruising beyond the light . . . . . The conqueror is inform...Rate it:

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