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We've found 302 poems for fashioned:


An Old-Fashioned Garden
Ellis Parker Butler
not? She was making her garden, Planting the old-fashioned flowers that day— Bleeding-hearts tenderRate it:

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The Good, Old-Fashioned People
James Whitcomb Riley
old friends he used to know!-- The good, old-fashioned people-- The hale, hard-working people-- TheRate it:

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God Fashioned the Ship of the World
Stephen Crane
God fashioned the ship of the world carefully. With the infinite skill of an All-Master Made He the hull and the sails, Held He the rudder Read...Rate it:

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Like Some Old fashioned Miracle
Emily Dickinson
Like Some Old fashioned Miracle When Summertime is done— Seems Summer's Recollection And the Affairs of June As infinite Tradition As Cinderella...Rate it:

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Old Fashioned Roses
James Whitcomb Riley
They ain't no style about 'em, And they're sorto' pale and faded, Yit the doorway here, without 'em, Would be lonesomer, and shaded With a good 'ea...Rate it:

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Old-Fashioned Child.
Robert Crawford
He was born old; they who got him were grey, And quaint as things that long had seasoned here When that he came — a too true vintage of The laten...Rate it:

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The Ol' Tunes
Paul Laurence Dunbar
far away, A-singin' o' the ol' tunes In the ol'-fashioned way. There was some of us sung treble An'Rate it:

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The Island Hawk
Alfred Noyes
way? Flee – flee – for I quest, I quest. Who fashioned her wide and splendid eyes That have staredRate it:

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Under The Rose
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Our neighbouring gentry reared The good old-fashioned crops, And made old-fashioned boasts Of whatRate it:

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The Story Of Ung
Rudyard Kipling
ages and ages ago, Ung, a maker of pictures, fashioned an image of snow. Fashioned the form of a trRate it:

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A Ballad of Death
Algernon Charles Swinburne
and the moonlight fail from thee, Another woman fashioned like as this. O Sin, thou knowest that alRate it:

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Arcturus
Emily Dickinson
hope the "Children" there Won't be "new fashioned" when I come— And laugh at me—and stare— I hope Rate it:

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August Moon
Emma Lazarus
themselves. All the shapes by poet's brain, Fashioned, live for me again, In this spiritual light, Rate it:

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Evolution
Frederick George Scott
Are really owned by thee and me. But they were fashioned years ago, 45 Ay, centuries; since eRate it:

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I'm the little
Emily Dickinson
be! Who'll apologize for me? Dear, Old fashioned, little flower! Eden is old fashioned, too! BirdsRate it:

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I'm the little "Heart's Ease"
Emily Dickinson
be! Who'll apologize for me? Dear, Old fashioned, little flower! Eden is old fashioned, too! BirdsRate it:

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L'Idéal (The Ideal)
Charles Baudelaire
peacefully twist into a strange pose Charms fashioned for a Titan's mouth to bite. — Translated bRate it:

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Old Trouper
Robert William Service
how I used to love that speech; We were old-fashioned - "hams" maybe, Yet we Young Arrogance could Rate it:

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Skeeta ( An Old Servant's Tale )
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
he fled, And garments of infantile measure she fashioned with needle and thread; SRate it:

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The Creation I
Khalil Gibran
The God separated a spirit from Himself and fashioned it into Beauty. He showered upon her all the blessings of gracefulness and kindness. He gave ...Rate it:

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The Masque Of Pandora
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
(standing before the statue of Pandora.) Not fashioned out of gold, like Hera's throne, Nor forgeRate it:

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The Prioress’s Tale [from Chaucer]
William Wordsworth
him thus:--'This song, I have heard say, Was fashioned for our blissful Lady free; Her to salute, aRate it:

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The Star Splitter
Robert Frost
Why not regard it as a sacrifice, And an old-fashioned sacrifice by fire, Instead of a new-fashiRate it:

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The Suicide
Edna St. Vincent Millay
been heated in thy fires, Bent by thy hands, fashioned to thy desires, Thy mark is on me! I am not Rate it:

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To A Happy Warrior
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
listening ears, Constructed song And fashioned the first note Of the first linnet's throat, His audRate it:

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