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A Sunset at Les Eboulements
Archibald Lampman
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An Octopus
Marianne Moore
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By The Fire-Side
Robert Browning
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Circe
Augusta Davies Webster
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Dunolly's Daughter.
John Campbell
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Happy Thanksgiving!
Albeej A
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In The Forum
Alfred Austin
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Jonquil And Fleur-de-lys
Lord Alfred Douglas
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Juventus Mundi
Charles Kingsley
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Ode to Memory
Alfred Lord Tennyson
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On Christmas Eve
William Wilfred Campbell
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Penmaen Pool
Gerard Manley Hopkins
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Portrait of a Boy
Stephen Vincent Benet
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Shadows on the Down
Alfred Noyes
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Sheep-Sheering
James Thomson
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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 1. Prelude; The Wayside Inn
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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The Leper
Algernon Charles Swinburne
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The Old Witch in the Copse
Frances Darwin Cornford
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The Old Witch in the Copse
Barry Cornwall
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The Scholar-Gipsy
Matthew Arnold
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The Seasons: Summer
James Thomson
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Virgil's First Eclogue
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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When Brother Peetree Prayed
Edward George Dyson
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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