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     We provide some of the finest pieces of poetry ever written. A must for any school reference file. Each piece was selected for beauty of language, moral value, and stimulation of wholesome thought.
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The Road Not Taken
The Road Not Taken
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Robert Frost    B-A   1 Min.

The poet tells of the choices that confront us in life.
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My Shadow
My Shadow
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Robert L. Stevenson  B-A  1 Min.

This poem is an amusing look at a little boy and his shadow. It talks of how shadows change.
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Little Orphant Annie
Little Orphant Annie
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James W Riley  B-I  2 Min.

A fun poem of spooky stories. The poem of an orphan girl who cleaned the house and told the children of the house scary stories.
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Casey Jones
Casey Jones
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Unknown    B-A     2 Min.

The tale of a railroad man who dies as a result of trying to get the mail through on time.
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Death the Leveller
Death the Leveller
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James Shirley    I-A  1 Min.

A poem explaining death comes to everyone in the end even the wealthy and strong.
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The Listeners
The Listeners
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W. de la Mare   I-A  1-2 Min.

A poem filled with a feeling of suspense and movement. Vivid imagery. Great for interpretation.
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The Village Blacksmith
The Village Blacksmith
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Henry W. Longfellow   B-A  2 Min.

The story poem of an honest, hard working man.
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A Thing of Beauty
A Thing of Beauty
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John Keats   I-A  2 Min.

A poem denoting the importance of beauty to the human soul.
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Old Ironsides
Old Ironsides
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Oliver W. Holmes   B-I     1 Min.

This poem is in response to the United States wanting to destroy the U.S. Constitution that was used from before the War of 1812.
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O Captain, My Captain
O Captain, My Captain
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Walt Whitman   B-A     1-2 Min.

A poem in tribute to Abraham Lincoln. It figuratively denotes how Lincoln was so close to seeing victory yet was killed before he could see the end of the war.
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