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PPC Keywords (0)
Organic Keywords (982)
Competitors (716)
Sub-Domains
rpo.library.utoronto.ca  
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Organic Overview
Keywords (982) Position
was this the face 19
jim who 12
the rim 10
to a mouse 20
go from me 7
song of me 16
when i consider 12
i set out for 9
a gentil 8
i wink 20
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Competitors (737) Keywords
en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
amazon.com 22,358,187
bartleby.com 316,013
books.google.com 13,486,892
poemhunter.com 280,301
poets.org 54,322
youtube.com 30,834,319
britannica.com 1,754,349
online-literature.com 112,089
english.uiuc.edu 28,607
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Organic Listing Variations
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RPO -- Gelett Burgess : An Alphabet of Famous Goops
His Table Manners were Not Fine. 19GAMALIEL took Peculiar Pride in Making Others .... of Gelett Burgess, Esq. (New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1901): 226-39. ...
2.
RPO -- Sir Walter Scott : The Lady of the Lake: Canto 5
Original text: Sir Walter Scott, The Lady of the Lake (Edinburgh: J. Ballantyne, 1810). ... RPO poem editor: P. F. Morgan RP edition: 3RP 2.419. ...
3.
RPO -- Marjorie Pickthall : Daisy Time
Daisy Time. 1See, the grass is full of stars,. 2Fallen in their brightness;. 3Hearts they have of shining gold,. 4Rays of shining whiteness. ...
4.
RPO -- William Wordsworth : A Slumber did my Spirit Seal
A Slumber did my Spirit Seal. 1A slumber did my spirit seal;. 2 I had no human fears:. 3She seemed a thing that could not feel ...
5.
RPO -- Percy Bysshe Shelley : Ozymandias
1I met a traveller from an antique land,. 2Who said -- "two vast and trunkless legs of stone. 3Stand in the desert ... near them, on the sand, ...
6.
RPO -- William Collins : An Ode on the Popular Superstitions of ...
153In pageant robes, and wreath'd with sheeny gold,. 154And on their twilight tombs aerial council hold. 155 But, O! o'er all, forget not Kilda's race, ...
7.
RPO -- Edward Lear : The Quangle Wangle's Hat
The Quangle Wangle's Hat. I. 1On the top of the Crumpetty Tree. 2 The Quangle Wangle sat,. 3But his face you could not see,. 4 On account of his Beaver Hat. ...
8.
RPO -- Major Henry Livingston, Jr. : Account of a Visit from St ...
Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas. 1'Twas the night before Christmas, ... to show that Clement Clarke Moore could not have been the author of this poem, ...
9.
RPO -- Sir Walter Ralegh : As You Came from the Holy Land (attributed)
As You Came from the Holy Land (attributed). 1As you came from the holy land. 2 Of Walsingham,. 3Met you not with my true love. 4 By the way as you came? ...
10.
RPO -- Henry Clay Work : Grand-father's Clock
1My grand-father's clock was too large for the shelf,. 2So it stood ninety years on the floor; ... Original text: Grand-father's Clock. Song and Chorus. ...
 
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