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The Ant Explorer

By: Clarence James Dennis
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Butter and Eggs

By: Margaret Deland
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Bossy and the Daisy

By: Margaret Deland
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Golden Slumbers Kiss Your Eyes

By: Thomas Dekker
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John Drinkwater

By: Walter de la Mere

...ussex quietness I came, When summer's green and gold and azure fell Over the world in flame. And peace upon your pasture lands I found, Where grazing ... ...eir mates That brood among the pines, where hidden deep From curious eyes a world's adventure waits In columned choirs of sleep. Under the calm ascen... ... many seasons to so many pass Of upright service, loyal, unabased Before the world seducing, and so, barren Of good words praising and thought that ma...

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November

By: Walter de la Mere

...se then Stood listening in the quiet of the moonlight To that voice from the world of men: Stood thronging the faint moonbeams on the dark stair That ... ...e eyes, Nor the rain make lamentation When the wind sighs; How will fare the world whose wonder Was the very proof of me? Memory fades, must the remem... ...ter a storm that hath died, Sleeps within me. All the night's dews, All the world's leaves, All winter's snow Seem with their quiet to have stilled i...

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The Freshman's Soliloquy

By: Ozora Stearns Davis

...ds within his hand The sun, the moon, the planets, and Maintains this little world of ours Obedient to his sovereign powers. What stately mien and loo...

...t man can be // Now coming near! He seems to me // Like one who holds within his hand // The sun, the moon, the planets, and // Maintains this little world of ours // Obedient to his sovereign powers. // What stately mien and look has he, // Compared with men of less degree! // That must be Prex, or some great Prof.- // I think I'll take my hat quite off. // A Voice. // Oh...

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After the Rain

By: Ozora Stearns Davis
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The Storm

By: Ozora Stearns Davis
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Walter de la Mare

By: William H. Davies

...se then Stood listening in the quiet of the moonlight To that voice from the world of men: Stood thronging the faint moonbeams on the dark stair That ...

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In the Country

By: William H. Davies

... at kings who sit In richest chambers, signing scrolls; And princes cheered in public ways, And stared at by a thousand fools. Let me be free to wear ... ...lind; She sleeps -- while I must wake; Free -- I no freedom find. To think the world for me Contains but her alone, And that her eyes prefer Some ribb... ...e of him then As when he moved with living men. If thou hast hopes to move the world, And every effort it doth fail, Then to thy side call Jack and Ji... ... thy side call Jack and Jim, And bid them drink with thee good ale; So may the world, that would not hear, Perish in hell with all your care. One qua...

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A Greeting

By: William H. Davies

...so silvery white Each seems a broken rimmed moon-- When such things are, this world too soon, For me, doth wear the veil of night. W.H. Davies Leisur... ...at he must not blow Because a man is dead; I dared Not speak to let this false world know. Much have I thought of life, and seen How poor men's hearts... ... the fields are rich in grass, And buttercups in thousands grow; I'll show the world where I have been-- With gold-dust seen on either shoe. Till to m...

...nd // Upon their heads in fragrant deeps; // When small clouds are so silvery white // Each seems a broken rimmed moon- // When such things are, this world too soon, // For me, doth wear the veil of night. // W.H. Davies // Leisure......

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War Song

By: John Davidson

...ery guise, From sloth, from lust of pelf, By war's great sacrifice The world redeems itself. War is the source, the theme Of art; the goal, t...

...Remains by sea and land // The holiest law of life. // From fear in every guise, // From sloth, from lust of pelf, // By war's great sacrifice // The world redeems itself. // War is the source, the theme // Of art; the goal, the bent // And brilliant academe // Of noble sentiment; // The augury, the dawn // Of golden times of grace; // The true catholicon, // And blood-bat...

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A Runnable Stag

By: John Davidson
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Aubade

By: William Davenant
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The Face on the Barroom Floor

By: Hugh Antoine D'Arcy
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Delia

By: Samuel Daniel

...n, That my life's light thus wholy darken'd is, Why should I more molest the world with cries, The air with sighs, the earth below with tears? Since I... ...ch; I'll praise her face and blame her flinty heart, Whilst that we make the world admire at us, Her for disdain, and me for longing thus. ... ... love thee still, Whilst that I breathe in sorrow of my smart; I'll tell the world that I deserv'd but ill, And blame myself for to excuse thy heart. ...

...shines no comfort to my bliss, // And vapors of disdain so overfrown, // That my life's light thus wholy darken'd is, // Why should I more molest the world with cries, // The air with sighs, the earth below with tears? // Since I live hateful to those ruthless eyes, // Vexing with untun'd moan her dainty ears; // If I have lov'd her dearer than my breath, // My breath that...

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Delia

By: Samuel Daniel

...rd hue, For that no colors can depaint my sorrows; Delia herself and all the world may view Best in my face, how cares hath till'd deep forrows. No Ba... ...t been fair and thus unknid, Then had no finger pointed at my lightness; The world had never known what I do find, And clouds obscure had shaded still... ... judg'd my Muse so vain; No sun my blush and error had bewray'd, Nor yet the world had heard of such disdain. Then had I walk'd with bold erected face...

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The Pleasure Boat

By: Richard Henry Dana
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A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea

By: Allan Cunningham

...igh-- And white waves heaving high, my boys, The good ship tight and free; The world of waters is our home, And merry men are we. There's tempest in y...

... But give to me the snoring breeze // And white waves heaving high- // And white waves heaving high, my boys, // The good ship tight and free; // The world of waters is our home, // And merry men are we. // There's tempest in yon horned moon, // And lightning in yon cloud; // And hark the music, mariners! // The wind is piping loud- // The wind is piping loud, my boys, // ...

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