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(25 September 1793 – 16 May 1835 / Liverpool, England)

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Hits of Nov 5, 2012 Friday

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# Poem Title Hits Posts
1 A Domestic Scene 1
6%
0
0%
2 A Monarch's Death-Bed 1
6%
0
0%
3 A Parting Song 1
6%
0
0%
4 A Spirit's Return 3
20%
0
0%
5 Address To Thought 1
6%
0
0%
6 Alaric In Italy 1
6%
0
0%
7 An Hour Of Romance 1
6%
0
0%
8 Ancient Greek Song Of Exile 3
20%
0
0%
9 Casabianca 15
100%
0
0%
10 Gertrude, Or Fidelity Till Death 1
6%
0
0%
11 Indian Woman's Death-Song 2
13%
0
0%
12 Madeline. A Domestic Tale 1
6%
0
0%
13 Moon-Light 1
6%
0
0%
14 Properzia Rossi 2
13%
0
0%
15 Sonnet To Italy 1
6%
0
0%
16 The American Forest Girl 3
20%
0
0%
17 The Bride Of The Greek Isle 1
6%
0
0%
18 The Effigies 1
6%
0
0%
19 The Homes Of England 2
13%
0
0%
20 The Image In Lava 3
20%
0
0%
21 The Indian City 1
6%
0
0%
22 The Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers in New England 7
46%
0
0%
23 The Pilgrim Fathers 1
6%
0
0%
24 The Queen Of Prussia's Tomb 1
6%
0
0%
25 The Restoration Of The Works Of Art In Italy 1
6%
0
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26 The Rock Of Cader Idris 1
6%
0
0%
27 The Stars 1
6%
0
0%
28 The Switzer's Wife 2
13%
0
0%
29 The Vassal's Lament For The Fallen Tree 1
6%
0
0%
30 The Voice Of Spring 1
6%
0
0%
31 The Widow Of Crescentius : Part I. 1
6%
0
0%
32 The Widow Of Crescentius : Part II. 1
6%
0
0%
33 The Wife Of Asdrubal 1
6%
0
0%
34 To A Butterfly Resting Upon A Skull 1
6%
0
0%
35 War And Peace—A Poem 3
20%
0
0%
Total 69 0
Average 2.0 0.0
Descriptions:
  • Hits: Number of visitors who read the poem on the given date.
  • Posts: Number of visitors who posted the poem to a friend (via e-mail) on the given date.
Attention:
  • Poems submitted after Sep 17, 2011 are not shown on the list.
  • Dates, poems and poets that have “0” hits may not be shown on the list. Statistics are generated daily.
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