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A Death-Bed
Rudyard Kipling
This is the State above the Law. The State exists for the State alone." [This is a gland at the back of the jaw, And an answering lump by the colla...Rate it:

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Arsenal at Springfield, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
This is the Arsenal. From floor to ceiling, Like a huge organ, rise the burnished arms; But front their silent pipes no anthem pealing Startle...Rate it:

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Ode IX: To Curio
Mark Akenside
I. Thrice hath the spring beheld thy faded fame Since I exulting grasp'd the tuneful shell: Eager through endless years to sound thy name, Proud...Rate it:

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Maria Anderson
Sometimes I sit think And I end up in a spiral of things Is this world one where we should love? Where the murderers lurk, and you don't know who'...Rate it:

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Words For Music Perhaps
William Butler Yeats
I - CRAZY JANE AND THE BISHOP BRING me to the blasted oak That I, midnight upon the stroke, (All find safety in the tomb.) May call down curses on...Rate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
When Ned was a neophyte nobody heeded him. No man could prophesy, none could foretell How, when the day came that the populace needed him, Quite a ...Rate it:

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1989-2017 Poetic Work Of Mario William Vitale
Mario William Vitale
(Manuscript of Poet Mario William Vitale) From 1993-1997 - Attended State University in Connecticut,Attempted plays : Tartuffe, Miracle Of St. An...Rate it:

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A Chantey of Labor's Lost
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There on the quay sobbed Bones, A.B., And he took me by the hand. Says he to me, 'I've quit the sea An' I'm huntin' a berth on land. ‘Er doom ‘as c...Rate it:

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A Child’s Treasures
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Thou art home at last, my darling one, Flushed and tired with thy play, From morning dawn until setting sun Hast thou been at sport away; And thy s...Rate it:

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A Dainty Thing's The Villanelle
William Ernest Henley
A DAINTY thing's the Villanelle, Sly, musical, a jewel in rhyme, It serves its purpose passing well. A double-clappered silver bell That must be m...Rate it:

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A Grave
Marianne Moore
Man looking into the sea, taking the view from those who have as much right to it as you have to it yourself, it is human nature to stan...Rate it:

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A Hearty Breakfast
Nikhil Parekh
I coated roasted bread periphery with surplus extracts of cow butter, stuffed hollow spaces between twin slices with squashed tomato curry, baked...Rate it:

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A Home-Made Fairy Tale
James Whitcomb Riley
Bud, come here to your uncle a spell, And I'll tell you something you mustn't tell-- For it's a secret and shore-'nuf true, And maybe I oughtn't to...Rate it:

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A Letter From Li Po
Conrad Potter Aiken
Fanfare of northwest wind, a bluejay wind announces autumn, and the equinox rolls back blue bays to a far afternoon. Somewhere beyond the Gorge Li ...Rate it:

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A Letter From the Front
Sir Henry Newbolt
I was out early to-day, spying about From the top of a haystack -- such a lovely morning -- And when I mounted again to canter back I saw across...Rate it:

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A Letter To Monsieur Boileau Despreaux, Occasioned By The Victory At Blenheim
Matthew Prior
Since hired for life, thy servile Muse must sing Successive conquests and a glorious King; Must of a man immortal vainly boast, And bring him laure...Rate it:

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A Meditation
Herman Melville
How often in the years that close, When truce had stilled the sieging gun, The soldiers, mounting on their works, With mutual curious glance have r...Rate it:

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Robert Herrick
You are a Tulip seen to-day, But, Dearest, of so short a stay, That where you grew, scarce man can say. You are a lovely July-flower; Yet one rude...Rate it:

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A Message to America
Alan Seeger
You have the grit and the guts, I know; You are ready to answer blow for blow You are virile, combative, stubborn, hard, But your honor ends wit...Rate it:

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A Mock Song
Richard Lovelace
I. Now Whitehall's in the grave, And our head is our slave, The bright pearl in his close shell of oyster; Now the miter is lost, T...Rate it:

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A poem on divine revelation
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
This is a day of happiness, sweet peace, And heavenly sunshine; upon which conven'd In full assembly fair, once more we view, And hail with voic...Rate it:

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A Prayer { For Those Who Shall Return}
Katharine Tynan
LORD, when they come back again From the dreadful battlefield To the common ways of men, Be Thy mercy, Lord, revealed! Make them to forget the dr...Rate it:

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A Reply To A Pessimist
Alfred Austin
O beautiful bright world! for ever young, And now with Wisdom grafted on thy Spring, Why do they slander thee with wailing tongue, And lose the wea...Rate it:

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A Rivulet
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
It is a lovely stream; its wavelets purl As if they echoed to the fall and rise Of the capricious breeze; each upward curl That splashes pearl, mir...Rate it:

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A Short Discourse on Eternity
Michael Wigglesworth
[ 1 ] What Mortal man can with his Span mete out Eternity? Or fathom it by depth of Wit, or strength of Memory? The lofty Sky is not so high, Hell...Rate it:

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