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Anne Brontë
Yes I will take a cheerful tone And feign to share their heartless glee, But I would rather weep alone Than laugh amid their revelry. Rate it

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Thomas Hardy
At last I entered a long dark gallery, Catacomb-lined; and ranged at the side Were the bodies of men from far and wide Who, motion past, were never...Rate it

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Anne Kingsmill Finch
SO here confin'd, and but to female Clay, ARDELIA's Soul mistook the rightful Way: Whilst the soft Breeze of Pleasure's tempting Air Made her be...Rate it

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Gerard Manley Hopkins
The sea took pity: it interposed with doom: 'I have tall daughters dear that heed my hand: Let Winter wed one, sow them in her womb, And she shall ...Rate it

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Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The body, Eternal Shadow of the finite Soul, The Soul's self-symbol, its image of itself. Its own yet not itself-- Rate it

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Edwin Arlington Robinson
Faint white pillars that seem to fade As you look from here are the first one sees Of his house where it hides and dies in a shade Of beeches an...Rate it

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Christopher Marlowe
I WALK'D along a stream, for pureness rare, Brighter than sun-shine; for it did acquaint The dullest sight with all the glorious prey That in the p...Rate it

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Gerard Manley Hopkins
Repeat that, repeat, Cuckoo, bird, and open ear wells, heart-springs, delight- fully sweet, With a ballad, with a ballad, a rebound Off trundled ti...Rate it

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Franklin P. Adams
"Militis in galea nidum fecere columbæ,"-- PETRONIUS WITH IN the soldier's helmet see The nesting dove; Venus and Mars, it seems to me, In lov...Rate it

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John Clare
The cataract, whirling down the precipice, Elbows down rocks and, shouldering, thunders through. Roars, howls, and stifled murmurs never cease; Hel...Rate it

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Amy Lowell
What is poetry? Is it a mosaic Of coloured stones which curiously are wrought Into a pattern? Rather glass that's taught By patient labor any hu...Rate it

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Joseph Rodman Drake
I. TUSCARA! thou art lovely now, Thy woods, that frown'd in sullen strength Like plumage on a giant's brow, Have bowed their massy pride at l...Rate it

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Harry Crosby
Moon of leaves, Moon of the falling leaves, To you I bring the slippers of the sun. That you may dance upon the floor of sun, My lady carries sun w...Rate it

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James Weldon Johnson
The hand of Fate cannot be stayed, The course of Fate cannot be steered, By all the gods that man has made, Nor all the devils he has feared, Not b...Rate it

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Gerard Manley Hopkins
'The child is father to the man.' How can he be? The words are wild. Suck any sense from that who can: 'The child is father to the man.' No; what t...Rate it

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Charlotte Smith
Descriptive of the miseries of War; from a Poem called 'The Emigrants,' printed in 1793. TO a wild mountain, whose bare summit hides Its broken em...Rate it

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The Moon, how definite its orb! (fragment)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Moon, how definite its orb! Yet gaze again, and with a steady gaze-- 'Tis there indeed,--but where is it not?-- It is suffused o'er a...Rate it

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Fragment: Is It That In Some Brighter Sphere
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Is it that in some brighter sphere We part from friends we meet with here? Or do we see the Future pass Over the Present’s dusky glass? Or what is ...Rate it

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The Eve Of Saint Mark. A Fragment
John Keats
Upon a Sabbath-day it fell; Twice holy was the Sabbath-bell That call'd the folk to evening prayer; The city streets were clean and fair From w...Rate it

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Upon Honour. A Fragment.
Matthew Prior
Honour, I say, or honest Fame, I mean the substance, not the name; (Not that light heap of tawdry wares, Ermin, Coronets, and Stars, Which ofte...Rate it

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A Fragment: To Music
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Silver key of the fountain of tears, Where the spirit drinks till the brain is wild; Softest grave of a thousand fears, Where their mother, Care, l...Rate it

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(Fragment 2) I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish Than if 'twere Truth. It has been often so: Must I die under it? Is no one near? Will no one hear t...Rate it

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A Dramatic Fragment
Charles Lamb
'Fie upon't! All men are false, I think. The date of love Is out, expired, its stories all grown stale, O'erpast, forgotten, like an antique tale O...Rate it

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A Florentine Tragedy - A Fragment
Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde
CHARACTERS: GUIDO BARDI, A Florentine prince SIMONE, a merchant BIANNA, his wife The action takes place at Florence in the early ...Rate it

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A Fragment
Thomas Gent
Oh, Youth! could dark futurity reveal Her hidden worlds, unlock her cloud-hung gates, Or snatch the keys of mystery from time, Your sou...Rate it

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