Statistics for Famous Lines of Poetry #2

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  • The average score is 7 of 15

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Poem Poet Line % Correct
Romeo and JulietWilliam ShakespeareA {rose} by any other name would smell as sweet
96%
In Memoriam A.H.H.Alfred, Lord Tennyson'Tis better to have {loved} {and} {lost} /
Than never to have loved at all
89%
An Essay on ManAlexander PopeHope springs {eternal} in the human breast
71%
EndymionJohn KeatsA thing of {beauty} is a joy forever
66%
Reflections on
Ice-Breaking
Ogden NashCandy is dandy / But {liquor} is quicker
63%
The Hollow MenT.S. EliotThis is the way the world ends / Not with a bang but a {whimper}
58%
Because I could not
stop for Death
Emily DickinsonBecause I could not stop for death /
He kindly {stopped} {for} {me}
52%
The Road Not TakenRobert FrostTwo roads diverged in a {yellow} wood
29%
WarningJenny JosephWhen I am an old woman I shall wear {purple}
27%
TreesJoyce KilmerI think that I shall never see / A {poem} lovely as a tree
26%
Kubla KhanSamuel ColeridgeIn Xanadu did Kubla Khan / A stately {pleasure}-{dome} decree
23%
The Second ComingWilliam Butler YeatsThings fall apart; the {centre} cannot hold
21%
Aedh Wishes for the
Cloths of Heaven
William Butler YeatsTread softly because you tread on my {dreams}
21%
UlyssesAlfred, Lord TennysonTo strive, to seek, to find, and not to {yield}
14%
This Is Just to SayWilliam Carlos WilliamsI have eaten / the {plums} / that were in / the icebox
13%

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