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"mired mise-en-scene" revised
Steven Louis Chapman
Act three thought not to be, while sitting on a park bench, she arrived all dressed in black, a long coat sun glassed tramp. She greeted my jumble...Rate it

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A Death - Scene
Emily Jane Brontë
"O day! he cannot die When thou so fair art shining! O Sun, in such a glorious sky, So tranquilly declining; He cannot leave thee now, While fres...Rate it

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A Death-Scene.
Emily Bronte
"O day! he cannot die When thou so fair art shining! O Sun, in such a glorious sky, So tranquilly declining; He cannot leave thee now, While fr...Rate it

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A Domestic Scene
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
'Twas early day - and sunlight stream'd Soft through a quiet room, That hush'd, but not forsaken, seem'd - Still, but with nought but gloom; For t...Rate it

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A Forest Scene
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
As I went down a forest place At the closing of the year To find me peace, and gather grace In this green gladness here. I saw a scene I knew of ol...Rate it

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A Harvest Scene
Gilbert White
Wak'd by the gentle gleamings of the morn, Soon clad, the reaper, provident of want Hies cheerful hearted to the ripen'd field; Nor hastes alone...Rate it

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A Sabbath Scene
John Greenleaf Whittier
SCARCE had the solemn Sabbath-bell Ceased quivering in the steeple, Scarce had the parson to his desk Walked stately through his people, When down ...Rate it

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A Scene At The Banks Of The Hudson
William Cullen Bryant
Cool shades and dews are round my way, And silence of the early day; Mid the dark rocks that watch his bed, Glitters the mighty Hudson spread, Unri...Rate it

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A Scene On The Banks Of The Hudson.
William Cullen Bryant
Cool shades and dews are round my way, And silence of the early day; Mid the dark rocks that watch his bed, Glitters the mighty Hudson spread, Unri...Rate it

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A Scene On The Susquehana
Thomas Campbell
Excerpt from "Gertrude Of Wyoming" Delightful Wyoming! beneath thy skies, The happy shepherd swains had nought to do But feed their flocks ...Rate it

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A Summer Evening Scene in Chateauguay
W M MacKeracher
Written In Montreal. Often, when the sun is sinking O'er the mountain's glowing crest, When the earth and heaven are linking In that bond of pe...Rate it

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An Autumn Rain-Scene
Thomas Hardy
There trudges one to a merry-making With sturdy swing, On whom the rain comes down. To fetch the saving medicament Is another bent, On whom th...Rate it

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Christmas Scene
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
To this green place the tourists troop, By twos, by threes, and group by group, Lads in bright blazers, girls in slacks, Hikers with rucksack on th...Rate it

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Classic Scene
William Carlos Williams
A power-house in the shape of a red brick chair 90 feet high on the seat of which sit the figures of two metal stacks--aluminum-- commanding an a...Rate it

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Domestic Scene
Robert William Service
The meal was o'er, the lamp was lit, The family sat in its glow; The Mother never ceased to knit, The Daughter never slacked to sew; The Father rea...Rate it

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Flee the scene of the void, My love
Tokentoforget
If secession from the past is what you seek You are walking down the wrong path My wet eyes are proof enough Amongst the midst of lies I lye Spinni...Rate it

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From Faust - VI. Scene--A Garden
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Margaret. Faust. MARGARET. DOST thou believe in God? FAUST. Doth mortal live Who dares to say that he believes in God? Go, bid the priest a tr...Rate it

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Holy Sonnet VI: This Is My Playes Last Scene
John Donne
This is my playes last scene, here heavens appoint My pilgrimages last mile; and my race Idly, yet quickly runne, hath this last pace, My spans ...Rate it

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Lines. Oh! To Some Distant Scene
William Cowper
Oh! to some distant scene, a willing exile From the wild roar of this busy world, Were it my fate with Delia to retire, With her to wander through ...Rate it

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Love:The Crime Scene
Michelle E. Gause
my love life is a murder scene bathed in the innocent blood of beauty queens enticed by lying eyes coaxed by the catalyst hides like weapons of m...Rate it

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Melody To A Scene Of Former Times
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Art thou indeed forever gone, Forever, ever, lost to me? Must this poor bosom beat alone, Or beat at all, if not for thee? Ah! why was love to mort...Rate it

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Night-Scene in Genoa
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
In Genoa, when the sunset gave Its last warm purple to the wave, No sound of war, no voice of fear, Was heard, announcing danger near: Though deadl...Rate it

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Part of the Fifth Scene in the Second Act of Athalia
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Enter, as in the Temple of Jerusalem, ATHALIA, MATHAN, ABNER [Mathan] WHY, to our Wonder, in this Place is seen, ...Rate it

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Rain scene
Syrelia
The rain was pouring down and she still wanted to go to the beach she was anywhere and no where a place with no home was her home. It was a dark an...Rate it

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Scene 1. A Castle in Normandy
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Hugo. Well, boy, what is it? Henry. The feast is spread. Hugo. Why tarry the guests for me? Let Eric sit at the table's head; Alone I desire t...Rate it

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