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A Ballade of Home
— Enid Derham
LET others prate of Greece and Rome, And towns where they may never be, The muse should wander nearer home. My country is enough for me; Her wo... 52 views
A Ballade Of Montaigne
— Arthur Macy
I sit before the firelight's glow With all the world in apogee, And con good Master Florio With pipe a-light; and as I see Queen Bess herself with book ... 0 views
A Ballade of Suicide
— Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The gallows in my garden, people say, Is new and neat and adequately tall; I tie the noose on in a knowing way As one that knots his necktie for a ball;... 110 views
A Ballade Of The Unborn Dead
— Ella Wheeler Wilcox
They walked the valley of the dead; Lit by a weird half light; No sound they made, no word they said; And they were pale with fright. Then suddenly from... 2 views
A Ballade of Waiting
— Archibald Lampman
No girdle hath weaver or goldsmith wrought So rich as the arms of my love can be; No gems with a lovelier lustre fraught Than her eyes, when they answer... 106 views
A Ballade Of Waiting.
— Archibald Lampman
No girdle hath weaver or goldsmith wrought So rich as the arms of my love can be; No gems with a lovelier lustre fraught Than her eyes, when they answer... 2 views
A Banjo Song
— Paul Laurence Dunbar
OH, dere's lots o' keer an' trouble In dis world to swaller down; An' ol' Sorrer's purty lively In her way o' gittin' roun'. Yet dere's times when I fur... 85 views
A Bank Fraud
— Rudyard Kipling
He drank strong waters and his speech was coarse; He purchased raiment and forbore to pay'; He stuck a trusting junior with a horse, And won gymkhanas i... 109 views
A Barefoot Boy
— James Whitcomb Riley
A barefoot boy! I mark him at his play -- For May is here once more, and so is he, -- His dusty trousers, rolled half to the knee, And his bare ankle... 146 views
A Barren "Idealty."
— George W Doneghy
This song that I sing-- It is not of a spring, Nor yet of a silvery stream-- But of a vision bright Which came last night In the garb of a blissful drea... 0 views
A Basket of Flowers
— Adam Lindsay Gordon
From Dawn to Dusk DAWN ON skies still and starlit White lustres take hold, And grey flushes scarlet, And red flashes gold. And sun-glories cover T... 111 views
A Basket of Summer Fruit
— Charles Harpur
First see those ample melons-brindled o'er With mingled green and brown is all the rind; For they are ripe, and mealy at the core, And saturate with the... 91 views
A bat flits
— Yosa Buson
A bat flits in moonlight above the plum blossoms. Translated by Robert Hass 134 views
A Battle
— Isabella Valancy Crawford
SLOWLY the Moon her banderoles of light Unfurls upon the sky; her fingers drip Pale, silvery tides; her armoured warriors Leave Day's bright tents of az... 74 views
A Bear Family
— James Whitcomb Riley
Wunst, 'way West in Illinoise, Wuz two Bears an' their two boys: An' the two boys' names, you know, Wuz--like _ours_ is,--Jim an' Jo; An' their _parunts... 66 views
A Beatrice
— Charles Baudelaire
One day in ashy, cindery terrains, As I meandered, making my complaint To nature, slowly sharpening the knife Of thought against the whetstone of my hea... 2 views
A Beautiful Butterfly ( Bipolar Awareness )
— Mario William Vitale
The premise of my newest poetic piece reaches out to a woman suffering from bipolar disease she grows ill. Further, realizes that life is short by list... 85 views
A Bed of Diamonds
— Cameron N
Sometimes I think that the stars are touchable things So I reach into the dark sky But my hand always whisks through cold night air I’ve realized That t... 8 views
A Beginning Of The End
— Mario William Vitale
A swarm of bees insects, butterfly's & snakes Left helpless again down on my knees To digest hate into loves reality It all started with an apple i... 139 views
A Better Answer
— Matthew Prior
Dear Cloe, how blubber'd is that pretty Face? Thy cheek all on fire, and thy hair all uncurl'd: Pr'ythee quit this caprice; and (as old Falstaf says) ... 102 views
A Better Ressurection
— Christina Georgina Rossetti
I have no wit, no words, no tears; My heart within me like a stone Is numbed too much for hopes or fears. Look right, look left, I dwell alone; I lift m... 123 views
A Better Resurrection
— Christina Georgina Rossetti
I have no wit, no words, no tears; My heart within me like a stone Is numbed too much for hopes or fears. Look right, look left, I dwell alone; I lift m... 1 view
A Better Thing
— George MacDonald
I took it for a bird of prey that soared High over ocean, battled mount, and plain; 'Twas but a bird-moth, which with limp horns gored The invisibly obs... 3 views
A Big No
— Nikhil Parekh
Is there any price on earth that you could ever dream of; to sight the wonderfully resplendent island of milky moon? Is there any price on earth that ... 114 views
A Billet Doux
— George Moses Horton
My brightest hopes are mix'd with tears, Like hues of light and gloom; As when mid sun-shine rain appears, Love rises with a thousand fears, To pin... 89 views

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