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Had I A Golden Pound (After The Irish)
— Francis Ledwidge
Had I a golden pound to spend, My love should mend and sew no more. And I would buy her a little quern, Easy to turn on the kitchen floor. And for her ...
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Possession
— Dante Gabriel Rossetti
THERE is a cloud above the sunset hill, That wends and makes no stay, For its goal lies beyond the fiery west; A lingering breath no calm can chase away...
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Shakespeare
— Vachel Lindsay
Would that in body and spirit Shakespeare came Visible emperor of the deeds of Time, With Justice still the genius of his rhyme, Giving each man his ...
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City Trees
— Edna St. Vincent Millay
The trees along this city street, Save for the traffic and the trains, Would make a sound as thin and sweet As trees in country lanes. And people stand...
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The only ghost I ever saw
— Emily Dickinson
The only ghost I ever saw Was dressed in mechlin, --so; He wore no sandal on his foot, And stepped like flakes of snow. His gait was soundless, like the...
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The Moon
— Henry David Thoreau
Time wears her not; she doth his chariot guide; Mortality below her orb is placed. --Raleigh The full-orbed moon with unchanged ray Mounts up the e...
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The Miracle of Purun Bhagat
— Rudyard Kipling
The night we felt the earth would move We stole and plucked him by the hand, Because we loved him with the love That knows but cannot understand. And w...
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The Tulip Bed
— William Carlos Williams
The May sun--whom all things imitate-- that glues small leaves to the wooden trees shone from the sky through bluegauze clouds upon the ground. U...
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Another Song Of A Fool
— William Butler Yeats
This great purple butterfly, In the prison of my hands, Has a learning in his eye Not a poor fool understands. Once he lived a schoolmaster With a star...
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Anecdote of the Jar
— Wallace Stevens
I placed a jar in Tennessee, And round it was, upon a hill. It made the slovenly wilderness Surround that hill. The wilderness rose up to it, And spraw...
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Windy Nights
— Robert Louis Stevenson
Whenever the moon and stars are set, Whenever the wind is high, All night long in the dark and wet, A man goes riding by. Late in the night when the fir...
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Forever Wondering Why
— Kurt Philip Behm
Run away from the what, let the how lead the way Keep the questions before you, and the answers at bay Deem your motion perpetual, with all stops...
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Changed. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Third)
— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
From the outskirts of the town Where of old the mile-stone stood, Now a stranger, looking down I behold the shadowy crown Of the dark and haunted wood. ...
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The Flower-Fed Buffaloes
— Vachel Lindsay
The flower-fed buffaloes of the spring In the days of long ago, Ranged where the locomotives sing And the prarie flowers lie low: The tossing, blooming,...
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Hate Not - Fear Not
— Robert Graves
Kill if you must, but never hate: Man is but grass and hate is blight, The sun will scorch you soon or late, Die wholesome then, since you must fight. ...
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An awful Tempest mashed the air
— Emily Dickinson
An awful Tempest mashed the air— The clouds were gaunt, and few— A Black—as of a Spectre's Cloak Hid Heaven and Earth from view. The creatures chuckled...
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End Of The World
— Robinson Jeffers
When I was young in school in Switzerland, about the time of the Boer War, We used to take it for known that the human race Would last the earth out, no...
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On this long storm the Rainbow rose
— Emily Dickinson
On this long storm the Rainbow rose— On this late Morn—the Sun— The clouds—like listless Elephants— Horizons—straggled down— The Birds rose smiling, in...
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My Lady Is Compared To A Young Tree
— Vachel Lindsay
When I see a young tree In its white beginning, With white leaves And white buds Barely tipped with green, In the April weather, In the weeping sunshine...
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Red, Red Gold
— Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Red, red gold, a kingdom's ransom, child, To weave thy yellow hair she bade them spin. At early dawn the gossamer spiders toiled, And wove the sunrise i...
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The Twilight Turns
— James Joyce
The twilight turns from amethyst To deep and deeper blue, The lamp fills with a pale green glow The trees of the avenue. The old piano plays an air...
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All Day Long
— Carl Sandburg
All day long in fog and wind, The waves have flung their beating crests Against the palisades of adamant. My boy, he went to sea, long and long ago, ...
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March
— Harriet Monroe
I See the snow-drops flutter Their white wings in the gale. I hear the robin utter On high his gallant tale. Look where the rash wind chases With ...
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That's The Way
— Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Just a little every day- That's the way! Seeds in darkness swell and grow, Tiny blades push through the snow; Never any flower of May Leaps to blossom i...
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The Power of Music
— John Fletcher
Orpheus with his lute made trees, And the mountain-tops that freeze, Bow themselves when he did sing: To his music plants and flowers Ever sprung; as su...
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