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The Age-Old Maple Mahogany Tree
Brittany Wilson
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A Homograph Event
Steve Cochrane
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At The Coffee Shop
Kermit Peasley
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Fidelity
William Wordsworth
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I fell asleep
Richard Daish
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Love Can Be
Ronald Bunch
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Seven siblings
Pearcemelville
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The Cataract of Lodore
Robert Southey
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In Search of Self
Karl Constantine FOLKES
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Culmination
Michael Berry
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Imogen
Sir Henry Newbolt
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seth dugray
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7 Siblings
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7 Siblings
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A Ballad
James Whitcomb Riley
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A Ballad Of Evesham
Francis Turner Palgrave
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A Ballad With A Serious Conclusion
James Whitcomb Riley
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A Belated I Love You
Bob Vavilis
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A Christmas Eve
Victor James Daley
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A Cradle Song, The Arbor of Amorous Devices, 1593-4
Nicholas Breton
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A Dream.
Sophie M Almon Hensley
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A fraction of the whole
Jawahar Gupta
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A Glance
Paul Weaver
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A Legacy of Grace
Robert B. Repenning
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A Letter To A Friend
James Whitcomb Riley
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From which London landmark did Wordsworth celebrate the view in his poem beginning: "Earth has not any thing to show more fair..."
A Westminster Bridge
B Hampstead Heath
C The Tower of London
D Waterloo Sunset