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walking on water with My father !
Misty Myers
I'm walking on water with my father I forgive my enemies, for their insanity I trust the lord for his promises and security I forgive my en...Rate it:

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Walking The Line
Kurt Philip Behm
Walking the line, each step was measured —and long Walking the line, the memories strung together —in song Walking the line, the time seeme...Rate it:

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The Gardener XIV: I Was Walking by the Road
Rabindranath Tagore
I was walking by the road, I do not know why, when the noonday was past and bamboo branches rustled in the wind. The prone shadows with their o...Rate it:

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Trivia ; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London : Book II.
John Gay
Of Walking the Streets by Day. Thus far the Muse has trac'd in useful lays The proper implements for wintry ways; Has taught the walker, with j...Rate it:

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Trivia; or the Art of Walking the Streets of London: Book I.
John Gay
Of the Implements for Walking the Streets, and Signs of the Weather. Through winter streets to steer your courses aright, How to walk clean by da...Rate it:

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A lady and I were walking
Lesbia Harford
A lady and I were walking Where waters flow; A lady and I were talking Softly and slow. This is what you were saying, Lady of mine, 'I will b...Rate it:

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As I was walking
Walter de la Mare
As I was walking, Thyme sweet to my nose, Green grasshoppers talking, Rose rivalling rose: And wing, like amber, Dispread in light, As from bush to...Rate it:

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Like Crusoe, Walking by the Lonely Strand
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Like Crusoe, walking by the lonely strand And seeing a human footprint on the sand, Have I this day been startled, finding here, Set in brown mo...Rate it:

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The Dead Man Walking
Thomas Hardy
is it that, though whiling The time somehow In walking, talking, smiling, I live not now. Rate it:

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The feet of people walking home
Emily Dickinson
The feet of people walking home With gayer sandals go— The Crocus— til she rises The Vassal of the snow— The lips at Hallelujah Long years of...Rate it:

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Trivia ; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London : Book III
John Gay
Of Walking the Streets by Night. O Trivia, goddess, leave these low abodes, And traverse o'er the wide ethereal roads, Celestial queen, put on thy...Rate it:

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Trivia; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London (excer
John Gay
signs remain, Like faithful land-marks to the walking train. Seek not from prentices to learn tRate it:

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Walking in the sky,
Stephen Crane
Walking in the sky, A man in strange black garb Encountered a radiant form. Then his steps were eager; Bowed he devoutly. "My Lord," said he. ...Rate it:

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Walking The Line
Kurt Philip Behm
word, martyred sentinels of a bigger truth, —walking the line (Richmond Virginia: December, 2002)Rate it:

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How to Accompany The Moon Without Walking
Conrad Potter Aiken
Harsh, harsh, the maram grass on the salt dune, seen by the cricket’s eye against the harbor moon, anchor-frost and seaward, the lighthouse moo...Rate it:

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Olney Hymn 1: Walking With God
William Cowper
Oh! for a closer walk with God, A calm and heavenly frame; A light to shine upon the road That leads me to the Lamb! Where is the blessedness ...Rate it:

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On Chloris Walking in the Snow
William Strode
I saw fair Chloris walk alone, Whilst feather'd rain came softly down, And Jove descended from his tower To court her in a silver showe...Rate it:

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Peter Walking Upon The Water
John Newton
A Word from Jesus calms the sea, The stormy wind controls; And gives repose and liberty To tempest-tossed souls. To Peter on the waves he came, A...Rate it:

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Sonnet LXX: On Being Cautioned Against Walking on an Headland Overlooking the Sea, Because It Was Frequented by a Lunatic
Charlotte Smith
Is there a solitary wretch who hies To the tall cliff, with starting pace or slow, And, measuring, views with wild and hollow eyes Its distance fro...Rate it:

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The Walking Bell
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
A CHILD refused to go betimes To church like other people; He roam'd abroad, when rang the chimes On Sundays from the steeple. His mother said: "L...Rate it:

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Upon Graciosa, Walking And Talking
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
When as abroad, to greet the morn, I mark my Graciosa walk, In homage bends the whisp'ring corn, Yet to confess Its awkwardness Must hang its ...Rate it:

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Upon Phillis Walking In A Morning Before Sun-rising
John Cleveland
THE sluggish morne as yet undrest, My Phillis brake from out her East; As if shee'd made a match to run With Venus, Usher to the sun. The Trees...Rate it:

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Walking With God
William Cowper
(Genesis, v.24) Oh! for a closer walk with God, A calm and heavenly frame; A light to shine upon the road That leads me to the Lamb! Where i...Rate it:

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Walking With God
John Newton
By faith in Christ I walk with God, With heav'n, my journeys'-end, in view; Supported by his staff and rod, My road is safe and pleasant too, I t...Rate it:

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The Walkers
Robert William Service
(He speaks.) Walking, walking, oh, the joy of walking! Swinging down the tawny lanes with head held high; Striding up the green hills, through the...Rate it:

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