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Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
my wayfarer is wending - When desire is once afoot, Doom behind and dream attending! In his ears tRate it:

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A Song Of Exmoor
Sir Henry Newbolt
his body was born! So hurry along, the stag's afoot, The Master's up and away! Halloo! Halloo! we'lRate it:

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The Wonder Of It
Harriet Monroe
dust should rise, and leap alive, and flee Afoot, awing, and shake the deeps with cries— Oh, far awRate it:

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To Say Before Going to Sleep
Rainer Maria Rilke
edge of time. Outside the house a strange man is afoot and a strange dog barks, wakened from his slRate it:

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How Herman Won The Cross
Edward George Dyson
land we does a social bunk. There's Fear afoot. Comes more than once the glug of sudden death. Rate it:

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All You Need To Tell Me.
Jaago Machiek Jr.
to the hill, in an attempt to see the mist afoot still? Tell me, all you need to tell me first.Rate it:

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Canto 1
Ezra Pound
art thou come to this dark coast? "Cam'st thou afoot, outstripping seamen?" And he in heavyRate it:

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Canto I
Ezra Pound
art thou come to this dark coast? Cam'st thou afoot, outstripping seamen?" And he in heavy speechRate it:

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Canto I: And Then Went Down to the Ship
Ezra Pound
art thou come to this dark coast? "Cam'st thou afoot, outstripping seamen?" And he in heavy speech:Rate it:

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Charge Boldly Charge
Kurt Philip Behm
blood A sideways rain Blinding those Left afoot With horses Shot A hill to be Taken No more reason Rate it:

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Envoy--To Charles Baxter
William Ernest Henley
Street. We three - You, I, and LEWIS!--still afoot, Are still together, and our lives, In chime so Rate it:

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Constantine P. Cavafy
news: if something doesn't come of what's now afoot in Smyrna, then in April our friends are sure tRate it:

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Fogarty's Gin
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
our shoulder, the mighty Cross flaring, While afoot the quick pulsing of hoof-beats disturbs MoisRate it:

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George Meredith
Thomas Hardy
that voice and saw that face. He spoke as one afoot will wind A morning horn ere men awake; His Rate it:

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Hope The Hornblower
Sir Henry Newbolt
huntsman, whither away? What is the quarry afoot to-day? Huntsman, huntsman, whither away, And whatRate it:

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Edwin Arlington Robinson
and threw an acorn at a lizard: “There’s more afoot and in the air to-day Than what is good for CaRate it:

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Slaves of Thy Shining Eyes
Shams al-Din Hafiz
feet bathed in life's fount, Help one who toils afoot-the horsemen mount And hasten on their way; IRate it:

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Song Of The Open Road
Walt Whitman
AFOOT and light-hearted, I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me, leading wherever I c...Rate it:

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St. Winefred's Well
Gerard Manley Hopkins
they did appeal. Therefore airy vengeances Are afoot; heaven-vault fast purpling portends, and whatRate it:

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Tardy Spring
George Meredith
in ghostly rows, Breaks to the scene of hosts afoot, The river that reflective flows: And there didRate it:

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Thar's More In the Man Than Thar Is In The Land
Sidney Lanier
nor mules, nor tents, Fur he had left Texas afoot and cum To Georgy to see if he couldn't git sum ERate it:

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The Crescent
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
the Nile's waters strolling? Your caravan is afoot without help of bell's call The human ear cannRate it:

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The Joy if Church Fellowship Rightly Attended
Edward Taylor
up this coach's way do go As travelers afoot, and so do trace The road that gives them right theretRate it:

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The Lesson
Rudyard Kipling
fact once more, That horses are quicker than men afoot, since two and two make four; And horses havRate it:

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The Old Age Of Queen Maeve
William Butler Yeats
troubled now, and, wondering What matters were afoot among the Sidhe, Maeve walked through that greRate it:

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