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  • Right On by Anonymous Americas 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:34:14 浏览次数:144 文章好评:0

    Ho! children of the brave, Ho! freemen of the land, That hurl'd into the grave Oppression's bloody band; Come on, come on, and joined be we To make the fettered bondman free. Let coward vassals sneak From freedom's battle still, Poltroons…[阅读全文]

  • Riddles By Dr. Swift And His Friends by Jonathan Swift 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:33:39 浏览次数:127 文章好评:0

    FROM Venus born, thy beauty shows; But who thy father, no man knows: Nor can the skilful herald trace The founder of thy ancient race; Whether thy temper, full of fire, Discovers Vulcan for thy sire, The god who made Scamander boil, And ro…[阅读全文]

  • Riddles by George MacDonald 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:33:02 浏览次数:60 文章好评:0

    I. I have only one foot, but thousands of toes; My one foot stands well, but never goes; I've a good many arms, if you count them all, But hundreds of fingers, large and small; From the ends of my fingers my beauty grows; I breathe with my…[阅读全文]

  • Riddle #2 by Anna Laetitia Barbauld 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:32:26 浏览次数:195 文章好评:0

    This creature, though extremely thin, In shape is almost square; Has many heads, on which ne'er grew One single lock of hair. Yet several of their tribe there are, Whose case you must bewail, Of whom in truth it may be said They 've neithe…[阅读全文]

  • Riding Together by William Morris 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:31:50 浏览次数:100 文章好评:0

    For many, many days together The wind blew steady from the East; For many days hot grew the weather, About the time of our Lady's Feast. For many days we rode together, Yet met we neither friend nor foe; Hotter and clearer grew the weather…[阅读全文]

  • Riding To Town by Paul Laurence Dunbar 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:31:17 浏览次数:55 文章好评:0

    WHEN labor is light and the morning is fair, I find it a pleasure beyond all compare To hitch up my nag and go hurrying down And take Katie May for a ride into town; For bumpety-bump goes the wagon, But tra-la-la-la our lay. There's joy in…[阅读全文]

  • Ride, Vigilantes! by Edith Matilda Thomas 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:30:41 浏览次数:71 文章好评:0

    Ride through the land, Vigilantes, ride! From this bound of the East where the inrolling tide With more than the red of the sunrise is dyed, As crimson the foam is borne to our strand! Ride! Draw not the rein, and make not your stand, Till…[阅读全文]

  • Riddersp?gelset by Adam Oehlenschl?ger 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:30:03 浏览次数:127 文章好评:0

    Hvor Stormen v?ldig tuder, Hist, h?it paa Fieldet brat, En Ridderborg udluder, Bed?kt med Mus og Krat. De vilde Skovens Fugle Har der et aabent Buur; H?it skriger Nattens Ugle, Fra ski?rforfaldne Muur. De skarpe Ti?rnebuske Fortr?nge minds…[阅读全文]

  • Ride by Benjamin Zephaniah 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:29:26 浏览次数:202 文章好评:0

    We first met on a golden night As the moon radiated love light On the dock of the bay. Somewhere between the real deal and an illusion We lay unapologetically Stroking each others lack of responsibility. 'I want to be a poet,' She said loo…[阅读全文]

  • Riches by Sara Teasdale 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:28:49 浏览次数:155 文章好评:0

    I have no riches but my thoughts, Yet these are wealth enough for me; My thoughts of you are golden coins Stamped in the mint of memory; And I must spend them all in song, For thoughts, as well as gold, must be Left on the hither side of d…[阅读全文]

  • Riches by Madison Julius Cawein 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:28:13 浏览次数:90 文章好评:0

    What mines the morning heavens unfold! What far Alaskas of the skies! That, veined with elemental gold, Sierra on Sierra rise. Heap up the gold of all the world, The ore that makes men fools and slaves; What is it to the gold, cloud-curled…[阅读全文]

  • Richborough Castle by Edith Nesbit 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:27:37 浏览次数:120 文章好评:0

    THESE three grey walls are still stout and strong, Though the fourth wide wall has crumbled away Where the sea swept by when the land was young, And the great waves thundered along the bay, Under the sailing seagull's feather, Wildly white…[阅读全文]

  • Richard Pigott, the Forger by William Topaz McGonagall 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:27:02 浏览次数:146 文章好评:0

    Richard Pigott, the forger, was a very bad man, And to gainsay it there's nobody can, Because for fifty years he pursued a career of deceit, And as a forger few men with him could compete. For by forged letters he tried to accuse Parnell F…[阅读全文]

  • Richard of Almaigne by Anonymous Olde English 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:26:26 浏览次数:66 文章好评:0

    A ballad made by one of the adherents to Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, soon after the battle of Lewes, which was fought May 14, 1264. Sitteth alle stille, ant herkneth to me; The Kyng of Alemaigne, bi mi leaute, Thritti thousent po…[阅读全文]

  • Richard Minutolo by La Fontaine 发布日期:2013-11-06 07:25:51 浏览次数:128 文章好评:0

    IN ev'ry age, at Naples, we are told, Intrigue and gallantry reign uncontrolled; With beauteous objects in abundance blessed. No country round so many has possessed; Such fascinating charms the FAIR disclose, That irresistibly soft passion…[阅读全文]

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