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Le Léthé (Lethe)
Charles Baudelaire
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A Ioyfull medytacyon to all Englonde of the coronacyon of our moost naturall souerayne lorde kynge Henry the eyght.
Stephen Hawes
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After the Storm
William Baylebridge
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An Epistle To William Hogarth
Charles Churchill
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An Epistle To William Hogarth.
Charles Churchill
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Any Poet At Any Time
Alfred Austin
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Before, Behind, And Beyond
Alfred Austin
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Droop'st thou and fail'st? but these have never tired
Christopher John Brennan
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Fairest! Put on a While
Thomas Moore
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Fragment: A Gentle Story Of Two Lovers Young
Percy Bysshe Shelley
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From A Full Moon In March
William Butler Yeats
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Homer
Lindsay G H Hall
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Homer
Lindsay George Hall
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Homer (Rhyme Royal)
Lindsay G H Hall
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Indian Weddings
Seema Tabassum Ali
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Ireland
George Meredith
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La Fraisne
Ezra Pound
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Lethe
Charles Baudelaire
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Lines to the memory of Richard Boyle, Esq.
Mary Darby Robinson
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Ode to Envy
Mary Darby Robinson
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Parnell's Funeral
William Butler Yeats
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Personal Talk
William Wordsworth
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Pygmaeo-gerano-machia: The Battle Of The Pygmies and Cranes
James Beattie
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Reproach Me Not
Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
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The Canterbury Tales; THE MAUNCIPLES TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
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