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The Glory of the Garden
Rudyard Kipling
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Ares God of War
Herbert Asquith
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Art
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Ascent To The Sierras
Robinson Jeffers
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Casey at the Bat
Ernest Lawrence Thayer
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Catafalques
David Plantinga
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En-route
Georg Trakl
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Enoch Arden
Alfred Lord Tennyson
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Ghosts In England
Robinson Jeffers
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Ladies In Arms
Sir William Davenant
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Lob
Edward Thomas
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March
Archibald Lampman
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Morning Express
Siegfried Sassoon
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Saturday Song
Edith Nesbit
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Shooting Season
Robinson Jeffers
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Spring Carol
Robert Louis Stevenson
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The Broadstone
Robinson Jeffers
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The Deer-Star (A Paiute Legend)
Mary Austin
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The Secret Rose
William Butler Yeats
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THE STORY OF HELL HOUSE
Phil Roberts
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The Street-Children's Dance
Mathilde Blind
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The Summer Thief
Michael Patrick Martel
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The Swan
Rainer Maria Rilke
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Tithonus
Alfred Lord Tennyson
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Uphill Benue
Simon Valentine
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