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We've found 276 poems for pathway:


A Country Pathway
James Whitcomb Riley
I come upon it suddenly, alone-- A little pathway winding in the weeds That fringe the roadside; and with dreams my own, I wander as it leads. Ful...Rate it:

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New Pathway
Kurt Philip Behm
to eternity Intention points inward —new pathway ahead (Villanova Pennsylvania: March, 2014)Rate it:

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God's Garden
Robert Frost
lovely flowers strown, But one straight, narrow pathway That was not overgrown. And to this beauteoRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. I.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
vast and silent, the desert of life, with its pathway Marked by the graves of those who had sorroweRate it:

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Growing Old
Anonymous Americas
familiar than our own? Is it meeting on the pathway Faces strange and glances cold, While the soul Rate it:

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Honours - Part2 conclusion
Jean Ingelow
after death, Whose feet have toiled along our pathways rough,      Whose lips drawn human breath! Rate it:

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Paean
John Greenleaf Whittier
saw no welcome day-star climb The cold gray pathway of the morn! O weary hours! O night of years! WRate it:

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Son Of The Evening Star, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
a pity that the old man Does not stumble in the pathway, Does not break his neck by falling!' AnRate it:

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Sutherland’s Grave
Henry Kendall
but beyond the flowering fern, Runs a little pathway westward—pathway quaint with turn on turn— WesRate it:

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The Leap Of Roushan Beg. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Fifth)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
refuge and relief, Up the mountain pathway flew. Such was Kyrat's wondrous speed, Never yet couldRate it:

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The Son Of The Evening Star
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
a pity that the old man Does not stumble in the pathway, Does not break his neck by falling!' AnRate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XII: The Son Of The Evening Star
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
a pity that the old man Does not stumble in the pathway, Does not break his neck by falling!' AnRate it:

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The Three Guides
Anne Brontë
couldst safely steer Life's rough and devious pathway through Such guidance I should fearRate it:

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The Wanderer
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
young and kind! WOMAN. Up the rocky pathway mount; Go thou first! Across the thicket Leads the paRate it:

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The Way
Alice Duer Miller
THERE is a magic pathway through the wood, There is a current in the troubled stream, A happy course to steer, if one but could, A meaning to the ...Rate it:

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To Helen - 1848
Edgar Allan Poe
thine own soul, soaring, Sought a precipitate pathway up through heaven, There fell a silvery-silRate it:

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When To The Attractions Of The Busy World
William Wordsworth
storm In deepest winter; and, from week to week, Pathway, and lane, and public road, were clogged WRate it:

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William Forster
John Greenleaf Whittier
day Of meeting, first and last, Wherever Duty's pathway lay, His reverent steps have passed. The pRate it:

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Moses: A Story Of The Nile (extract)
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
frogs swarmed from the stream — they clogged The pathway of the priests and filled the sacred FanesRate it:

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The Golden Legend: II. A Farm In The Odenwald
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the service of noonday. And he retraced His pathway homeward sadly and in haste. In the convent thRate it:

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The Ship-Builders
John Greenleaf Whittier
of sunny Spain, The spice of Morning-land! Her pathway on the open main May blessings follow free, Rate it:

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Sonnet III
George Santayana
is a torch of smoky pine That lights the pathway but one step ahead Across a void of mystery and drRate it:

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A Poet's Home
Charles Harpur
flowery eyes Look for thy coming from each pathway side; With all things fresh and beautiful and brRate it:

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By The River II
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
rock ice casts its chains, And boys at will the pathway close. To this attend, then, carefully, Rate it:

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A Bitter Taste
Mario William Vitale
of us have been given a choice Now which pathway will you choose ?Rate it:

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