CULTIVATION POEMS

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Short Speech To My Friends

A political art, let it be
tenderness, low strings the fingers
touch, or the width of autumn
climbing wider avenues, among the virtue
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Amiri Baraka
Heritage Site Jdnp

Mesmerizing landscape of snowy mountains
Is a landmark of park & country,
Significant of Jigme Dorji National Park,
Is the home where one can see all national diversity.
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Norbu Dorji

Norbu Dorji
Hugh Selwyn Mauberly (part I)

"Vocat aestus in umbram"
Nemesianus Es. IV.

E. P. Ode pour l'élection de son sépulchre
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Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound
The Explorer

"There's no sense in going further --
it's the edge of cultivation,"
So they said, and I believed it --
broke my land and sowed my crop --
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Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling
The Venetian Girl's Evening Song.

Unmoor the skiff, - unmoor the skiff, -
The night wind's sigh is on the air,
And o'er the highest Alpine cliff,
The pale moon rises, broad and clear.
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George W. Sands
The Bleating Of The Sheep

Lo, I listened to the bleating of the sheep
Squatters' sheep
And I sat me down and pondered long and deep.
And a cloud of gloom came o'er me
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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Tender Buttons [a Light In The Moon]

A LIGHT IN THE MOON

A light in the moon the only light is on Sunday. What was the sensible decision. The sensible decision was that notwithstanding many declarations and more music, not even notwithstanding the choice and a torch and a collection, notwithstanding the celebrating hat and a vacation and even more noise than cutting, notwithstanding Europe and Asia and being overbearing, not even notwithstanding an elephant and a strict occasion, not even withstanding more cultivation and some seasoning, not even with drowning and with the ocean being encircling, not even with more likeness and any cloud, not even with terrific sacrifice of pedestrianism and a special resolution, not even more likely to be pleasing. The care with which the rain is wrong and the green is wrong and the white is wrong, the care with which there is a chair and plenty of breathing. The care with which there is incredible justice and likeness, all this makes a magnificent asparagus, and also a fountain.

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Gertrude Stein
Amphion

MY father left a park to me,
But it is wild and barren,
A garden too with scarce a tree,
And waster than a warren:
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Alfred Lord Tennyson

Alfred Lord Tennyson
Drought And Doctrine

Come, take the tenner, doctor . . . yes, I know the bill says â??five,â?
But it ain't as if you'd merely kep' our little 'un alive;
Man, you saved the mother's reason when you saved that babby's life,
An' it's thanks to you I ha'n't a ravin' idiot for a wife.
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James Brunton Stephens
Jack Corrigan

"It's my shout this time, boys, so come along and
breast the bar,
And kindly mention what you're going to take;
I don't feel extra thirsty, so I'll sample that
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Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Mr. Nixon

In the cream gilded cabin of his steam yacht
Mr. Nixon advised me kindly, to advance with fewer
Dangers of delay. 'Consider
Carefully the reviewer.
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Ezra Pound

Ezra Pound
Rural Life In England - Prose

Oh! friendly to the best pursuits of man,
Friendly to thought, to virtue and to peace,
Domestic life in rural pleasures past!
- COWPER.
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Washington Irving
Jack Corrigan

"It's my shout this time, boys, so come along and breast the bar,
And kindly mention what you're going to take;
I don't feel extra thirsty, so I'll sample that "three-star",
Now, lad! come, look alive, for goodness sake."
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Barcroft Boake
Traits Of Indian Character - Prose

"I appeal to any white man if ever he entered Logan's cabin hungry, and he gave him not to eat; if ever he came cold and naked, and he clothed him not."
- Speech of an Indian Chief.


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Washington Irving
A Tale Of Polypheme.

"There's nothing new"--Not that I go so far
As he who also said "There's nothing true,"
Since, on the contrary, I hold there are
Surviving still a verity or two;
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Henry Austin Dobson

Henry Austin Dobson
Winter Under Cultivation

1707

Winter under cultivation
Is as arable as Spring.
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Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson
In The Signs Of The Maker

I will press the brain to walk
The eyes will rise to observe
And the pen will be made to talk
So the task ends not in a swerve
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Kehinde Bashir Akinola

Kehinde Bashir Akinola
The Task. Book Vi. The Winter Walk At Noon.

There is in souls a sympathy with sounds,
And as the mind is pitched the ear is pleased
With melting airs or martial, brisk or grave;
Some chord in unison with what we hear
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William Cowper

William Cowper
The Munificent Monarch

Surrounded by verdant green
There stands the beautiful mansion of a queen.
Her appearance resembles a hippie
And today she looks a little bit grumpy
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Sumedha Biswas

Sumedha Biswas
Falling

I am a portrait of you
That's what kept flying through my ears
Even before I learnt to walk or talk
But each time I cast my mind back
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S Kojo Frimpong

S Kojo Frimpong