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Eclogues
Thomas Chatterton
Eclogue the First. Whanne Englonde, smeethynge from her lethal wounde, From her galled necke dyd twytte the chayne awaie, Kennynge her legeful ...Rate it

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Botany Bay Eclogues 02 - Elinor
Robert Southey
(Time, Morning. Scene, the Shore.) Once more to daily toil--once more to wear The weeds of infamy--from every joy The heart can feel excluded, I a...Rate it

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Botany Bay Eclogues 03 - Humphrey And William
Robert Southey
(Time, Noon.) HUMPHREY: See'st thou not William that the scorching Sun By this time half his daily race has run? The savage thrusts his light can...Rate it

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Botany Bay Eclogues 05 - Frederic
Robert Southey
(Time Night. Scene the woods.) Where shall I turn me? whither shall I bend My weary way? thus worn with toil and faint How thro' the thorny mazes ...Rate it

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English Eclogues I - The Old Mansion-House
Robert Southey
STRANGER. Old friend! why you seem bent on parish duty, Breaking the highway stones,--and 'tis a task Somewhat too hard methinks for age like yours...Rate it

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English Eclogues II - The Grandmother's Tale
Robert Southey
JANE. Harry! I'm tired of playing. We'll draw round The fire, and Grandmamma perhaps will tell us One of her stories. HARRY. Aye--dear Grandmamma!...Rate it

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English Eclogues III - The Funeral
Robert Southey
The coffin as I past across the lane Came sudden on my view. It was not here, A sight of every day, as in the streets Of the great city, and we pau...Rate it

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English Eclogues IV - The Sailor's Mother
Robert Southey
WOMAN. Sir for the love of God some small relief To a poor woman! TRAVELLER. Whither are you bound? 'Tis a late hour to travel o'er these downs, N...Rate it

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English Eclogues V - The Witch
Robert Southey
NATHANIEL. Father! here father! I have found a horse-shoe! Faith it was just in time, for t'other night I laid two straws across at Margery's door,...Rate it

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English Eclogues VI - The Ruined Cottage
Robert Southey
Aye Charles! I knew that this would fix thine eye, This woodbine wreathing round the broken porch, Its leaves just withering, yet one autumn flower...Rate it

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