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Random Poem

The random poem generator takes the first lines of nearly 3,900 poems to make a new poem. To see the full list of what's included, click here.

Should'st thou, in grip of dread disease,
A toad can die of light!
One must have a mind of winter
so much depends
'MOTHER, Mother, here comes Malthus,
It is an ancient Mariner,
The age demanded that we sing
Woodman, spare that tree!

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