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AUGUST VISITORS
Odey-Agba Itite Emmanuel
You see them not,until every election period. They come with all sort of manifestos and promises. Hear them saying "here I am send me, the people c...Rate it:

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August
Edith Nesbit
LEAVE me alone, for August's sleepy charm Is on me, and I will not break the spell; My head is on the mighty Mother's arm: I will not ask if lif...Rate it:

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August
Algernon Charles Swinburne
THERE WERE four apples on the bough, Half gold half red, that one might know The blood was ripe inside the core; The colour of the leaves was more ...Rate it:

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In August
Paul Laurence Dunbar
When August days are hot an' dry, When burning copper is the sky, I 'd rather fish than feast or fly In airy realms serene and high. I 'd take a s...Rate it:

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August
Boris Pasternak
This was its promise, held to faithfully: The early morning sun came in this way Until the angle of its saffron beam Between the curtains and the s...Rate it:

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August
Hans Christian Andersen
'Blomsten dufter, for at brydes! Frugten modnes, for at nydes! - Lev og nyd! trara! trara!' * Ja, Øieblikket ene er det just, Der med sit friske ...Rate it:

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August Moon
Emma Lazarus
Look! the round-cheeked moon floats high, In the glowing August sky, Quenching all her neighbor stars, Save the steady flame of Mars. White as silv...Rate it:

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Mid-August
Duncan Campbell Scott
From the upland hidden, Where the hill is sunny Tawny like pure honey In the August heat, Memories float unbidden Where the thicket serries Fragran...Rate it:

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The Shepheardes Calender: August
Edmund Spenser
August: Ægloga Octaua. Willye. Perigot. Cuddie. Willye. Ell me Perigot, what shalbe the game, Wherefore with myne thou dare thy musick matche? O...Rate it:

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15 august XXXV
Pablo Picasso
i am now here in the nest where the lamb and the bear—the lion and the zebra—the wolf and the panther—the fox, the winter and the summer weasel—the...Rate it:

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In August
Katharine Lee Bates
BESIDE the country road with truant grace Wild carrot lifts its circles of white lace. From vines whose interwoven branches drape The old stone wal...Rate it:

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An August Midnight
Thomas Hardy
I A shaded lamp and a waving blind, And the beat of a clock from a distant floor: On this scene enter--winged, horned, and spined - A longlegs...Rate it:

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A Calendar of Sonnets: August
Helen Hunt Jackson
Silence again. The glorious symphony Hath need of pause and interval of peace. Some subtle signal bids all sweet sounds cease, Save hum of insec...Rate it:

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August
James Whitcomb Riley
A day of torpor in the sullen heat Of Summer's passion: In the sluggish stream The panting cattle lave their lazy feet, With drowsy eyes, and dream...Rate it:

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August
Elinor Morton Wylie
Why should this Negro insolently stride Down the red noonday on such noiseless feet? Piled in his barrow, tawnier than wheat, Lie heaps of smoul...Rate it:

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August
Dorothy Parker
When my eyes are weeds, And my lips are petals, spinning Down the wind that has beginning Where the crumpled beeches start In a fringe of salty ree...Rate it:

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August 1914
Isaac Rosenberg
What in our lives is burnt In the fire of this? The heart’s dear granary? The much we shall miss? Three lives hath one life – Iron, honey, gold. T...Rate it:

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August Moonrise
Sara Teasdale
The sun was gone, and the moon was coming Over the blue Connecticut hills; The west was rosy, the east was flushed, And over my head the swallows r...Rate it:

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Calais, August 15, 1802
William Wordsworth
FESTIVALS have I seen that were not names: This is young Buonaparte's natal day, And his is henceforth an established sway- Consul for life. With w...Rate it:

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Calais, August 1802
William Wordsworth
IS it a reed that's shaken by the wind, Or what is it that ye go forth to see? Lords, lawyers, statesmen, squires of low degree, Men known, and men...Rate it:

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Composed By The Sea-Side, Near Calais, August 1802
William Wordsworth
FAIR Star of evening, Splendour of the west, Star of my Country!--on the horizon's brink Thou hangest, stooping, as might seem, to sink On England'...Rate it:

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Composed Near Calais, On The Road Leading To Ardres, August 7, 1802
William Wordsworth
JONES! as from Calais southward you and I Went pacing side by side, this public Way Streamed with the pomp of a too-credulous day, When faith was p...Rate it:

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Grant At Rest-- August 8, 1885
James Whitcomb Riley
Sir Launcelot rode overthwart and endlong in a wide forest, and held no path but as wild adventure led him... And he returned and came again to his...Rate it:

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Kiwanis Convention Song [from August 2010]
Burt Green
Come down to New Brunswick in the year 2010 You will have the best time... since I don't know when. The Convention is a- coming, Kiwanis moves alon...Rate it:

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Lines Written in August
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
The day of tumult, strife, defeat, was o'er; Worn out with toil, and noise, and scorn, and spleen, I slumbered, and in slumber saw once more A r...Rate it:

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