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We've found 862 poems for hollow:


The Hollow
TAMMIE TOWNSEND
The Hollow Looking up from below it's sketchy, but I can see pieces of a person that once belonged to me. When I try to grab them, they seem to...Rate it:

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The Hollow Wood
Edward Thomas
the thistle-tops, flits and twits Above the hollow wood Where birds swim like fish - Fish that laugRate it:

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Now Hollow Fires Burn Out to Black
Alfred Edward Housman
Now hollow fires burn out to black, And lights are guttering low: Square your shoulders, lift your pack, And leave your friends and go. Oh nev...Rate it:

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On A Great Hollow Tree
William Strode
consumption Devour'd the entralls, where an hollow cave Without the workman's helpe beganne to haveRate it:

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The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire (1571)
Jean Ingelow
come uppe Lightfoot Quit the stalks of parsley hollow, Hollow, hollow; Come uppe Jetty, rise andRate it:

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Idylls of the King: The Passing of Arthur (excerpt)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
wind, and past his ear Went shrilling, "Hollow, hollow all delight! Hail, King! to-morrow thoRate it:

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The Passing Of Arthur
Alfred Lord Tennyson
wind, and past his ear Went shrilling, 'Hollow, hollow all delight! Hail, King! tomorrow thou shaRate it:

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Remords Posthume (Posthumous Remorse)
Charles Baudelaire
and mansion Only a rain-swept vault and a hollow grave, When the slab of stone, oppressing your frRate it:

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Acon and Rhodope
Walter Savage Landor
wax to burn all day and night upon That hollow stone where milk and honey lie: So may the Gods, so Rate it:

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At End Of A Holiday
Roderic Quinn
'LEAVES and brambles from hill and hollow Come and gather!' the children cried; 'The sun goes down, and the night will follow, A moonless night on ...Rate it:

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Chimes
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
breakwater And a breaking heart to bear. VII. Hollow heaven and the hurricane And hurry of the Rate it:

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Ghost Glen
Henry Kendall
slowly, But it never stoops down to that hollow unholy; To-night it rolls loud on the ridges red-Rate it:

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Grotesque
Lesbia Harford
I weigh about four ounces, Says I must have hollow legs. And then say I, 'Yes, I've hollow legRate it:

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La Muse Malade (The Sick Muse)
Charles Baudelaire
poor Muse, alas! what ails you today? Your hollow eyes are full of nocturnal visions; I see in tuRate it:

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Marvoil
Ezra Pound
of the Lady of Beziers, For even as thou art hollow before I fill thee with this parchment, So is mRate it:

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Repeat That, Repeat
Gerard Manley Hopkins
timber and scoops of the hillside ground, hollow hollow hollow ground: The whole landscape flushes Rate it:

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Tristesses de la lune (Sorrows Of The Moon)
Charles Baudelaire
globe, A pious poet, enemy of sleep, In the hollow of his hand catches this pale tear, With the iRate it:

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A Grey Day
Roderic Quinn
THE long still day is ending In hollow and on height, The lighthouse seaward sending White rays of steady light; A little cloud is leading A great ...Rate it:

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A Battle
Isabella Valancy Crawford
desolation! Low-set vales Weep under the black hollow of his foot, While sobs the sea beneath his lRate it:

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A Tombless Epitaph
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
an unquiet and intolerant scorn, The hollow Puppets of an hollow Age, Ever idolatrous, and changingRate it:

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Abba Thule's Lament For His Son Prince Le Boo
William Lisle Bowles
intent around; I mark the gray cope, and the hollowness Of heaven, and the great sun, that comes toRate it:

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Botany Bay Eclogues 02 - Elinor
Robert Southey
once again with wearied steps I trace The hollow-sounding shore. The swelling waves Gleam to the moRate it:

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Canadians
William Henry Ogilvie
Twenty raw Canadians are tasting life again! Hollow-necked and hollow-flanked, lean of rib and hRate it:

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Certain Books Of Virgil's AEneis: Book II
Henry Howard
Chosen by lot, and did enstuff by stealth The hollow womb with armed soldiers. There stands in Rate it:

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Childhood
Richard Aldington
They threw up the filthy rain-water from the hollow lines And then the water ran back Full of brRate it:

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