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AMERICA FOR ME Henry van Dyke 3
NINETY FIRST PSALM, THE The Bible4
TO A WATERFOWLWilliam Cullen Bryant5
HOME THOUGHTS FROM ABROADRobert Browning6
FOR A’THAT AND A’ THATRobert Burns7
MY SYMPHONYWilliam Ellery Channing9
TODAYThomas Carlyle9
CONCORD HYMNSRalph Waldo Emerson10
HOW SLEEP THE BRAVEWilliam Collins10
IN FLANDERS FIELD (ANSWER)C. B. Galbreath11
COLOR IN THE WHEATHamlin Garland12
TROOP OF THE GUARD, THEHermann Hagedorn13
UNCONQUEREDWilliam Ernest Henley14
OPPORTUNITYJohn James Ingalls15
WHERE SHALL WISDOM BE FOUNDThe Bible15
MORNINGJohn Keats17
WHAT CONSTITUTES A STATESir William Jones17
ROUGE BOUQUETJoyce Kilmer18
IF Rudyard Kipling19
RECESSIONALRudyard Kipling21
INDIAN SUMMER DAY ON THE PRAIRIE, ANVachel Lindsay22
EVANGELINEHenry Wordsworth Longfellow23
WHEN WAR SHALL BE NO MOREHenry Wadsworth Longfellow23
WASHINGTON James Russell Lowell32
VISION OF SIR LAUNFAL, THEJames Russell Lowell33
OPPORTUNITYWalter Malone45
IN FLANDERS FIELDJohn McCrae46
WHAT MAKES A NATIONW. D. Nesbit46
VITAI LAMPADA Henry Newbolt47
ANNABEL LEEEdgar Allan Poe48
SOUTH WIND AND THE SUN, THEJames Whitcomb Riley49
SONG, AJames Whitcomb Riley50
LUGUBRIOUS WHING-WHANG, THEJames Whitcomb Riley51
FLEURETTERobert W. Service52
LOVE OF COUNTRYSir Walter Scott52
DAYBREAKPercy Bysshe Shelley56
ROLL CALL, THEN. G. Shepherd56
AMERICAAbba Hillel Silver58
AMERICAAbba Hillel Silver58
VESPERS OF A TREE, THEWilliam L. Stidger59
NIGHTRobert Southey60
THROSTLE, THEAlfred Tennyson60
RING OUT, WILD BELLSAlfred Tennyson61
TRAGIC STORY, AWilliam Mackpeace Thackeray62
THREE JOVIAL WELSHMEN, THEUnknown63
OH CAPTAIN! MY CAPTAINWalt Whitman64
SNOW BOUNDJohn Greenleaf Whittier65
DAFFODILSWilliam Wordsworth72
MY HEART LEAPS UPWilliam Wordsworth72
OPPORTUNITY


They do me wrong
Who say I come no more,
When once I knock
And fail to find you in;
For every day, I stand
Outside your door
And bid you wake,
And rise, to fight and win.

Walter Malone

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