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LINES OF POETRY I STILL RECALL FROM HIGH SCHOOL

We had to memorize an additional line each day and were called upon at random to recite up to a semester's worth of lines. Here's what's still in my brain.
  1. The world is too much with us late and soon
  2. Getting and spending we lay waste our powers
  3. Little we see in nature that is ours
  4. Something about blowing tritons horn?
  5. .
    Sorry, Walt.
  6. Turning and turning in the widening gyre
  7. The falcon cannot see the falconer
  8. Things fall apart. The center cannot hold
  9. Mere anarchy/chaos is loosed upon the world??
  10. .
    Honestly when the one Heroes episode quoted this poem I said it along with it and that's probably the last time I got anything more than the first three lines
  11. Margaret are you grieving over golden grove unleaving?
  12. Leaves like the somethings something!
  13. .
  14. Because I would not stop for death he kindly stopped for me
  15. The carriage held but just ourselves and eternity
  16. Something about turning the wheel too hard I don't know?
  17. .
  18. .
  19. .
  20. And this is why we held up cue cards for whoever was called on.