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The Men Who Man Our Batteries
William Watson
The men who man our batteries, The men who serve our guns, They need not honeyed flatteries, For they are Britain's sons! They go, when Dut...Rate it:

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The Western
Herbert Asquith
charging through the flames of hell, The batteries go by. The gunners laugh about the task, Rate it:

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Fusée
Guillaume Apollinaire
le tir Allongez le tir amour de vos batteries Balance des batteries lourdes cymbales Qu'agitent lesRate it:

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The Artilleryman's Vision
Walt Whitman
now the contest rages!) All the scenes at the batteries themselves rise in detail before me Rate it:

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The Haglets
Herman Melville
hull leaves a Milky Way; Her timbers thrill, her batteries roll, She revelling speeds exulting withRate it:

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A Dialogue, Between the Resolved Soul, And Created Pleasure
Andrew Marvell
a Sight As when a single Soul does fence The Batteries of alluring Sense, And Heaven views it with Rate it:

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A Tulip Garden
Amy Lowell
scarlet sabres tossing in the eye Of purple batteries, every gun in place. Forward they come, with Rate it:

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An Ode : On Exodus iii. 14
Matthew Prior
towering strength will ne'er submit To Reason's batteries or the mines of Wit: Yet still inquiring,Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Seventh
George Gordon Lord Byron
walls as thick as most skulls born as yet; Two batteries, cap-a-pie, as our St. George, Case-mated Rate it:

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Dying! To be afraid of thee
Emily Dickinson
the Dust is shy, But, enemy, Beloved be Thy Batteries divorce. Fight sternly in a Dying eye Two ArmRate it:

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Every Of Those Moments
Nikhil Parekh
night, What did the Clock do after its batteries had flagrantly exhausted was none of my businessRate it:

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In Order To Repair
Nikhil Parekh
timepiece; what was required was a pair of lead batteries; engendering white current to flow, In Rate it:

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Riding Round the Lines
Henry Lawson
There are fifty thousand rifles and a hundred batteries All a-playing battle music, with his fingRate it:

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San Stefano
Sir Henry Newbolt
of an admiral was he; And he looked upon the batteries, he looked upon the chase, And he heard the Rate it:

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Spectral Lovers
John Crowe Ransom
her face turned from him. Strong were the batteries of the April night And the stealthy emanatioRate it:

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The Armada
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
from all her reeling spires; From all the batteries of the Tower pealed loud the voice of fear; ARate it:

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The Battle of Glencoe
William Topaz McGonagall
At twenty minutes to six two of the British batteries opened fire, And early in the fight some ofRate it:

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The Capture of Havana
William Topaz McGonagall
but he seemed to refuse. Then from the batteries the British opened a terrific fire, And the SpanRate it:

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The Capture of Lucknow
William Topaz McGonagall
did climb o'er. But early the next morning two batteries of Artillery were pounding away, And theRate it:

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The Death Of President Lincoln
Joseph Furphy
Against their flinching foes, And through the batteries of the North Their fatal welcome thunderRate it:

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The Dispute
Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov
flaring, banners flying In the victor's lead. Batteries with brasses rattling Conquering advance, WRate it:

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The Everlasting Return
Lola Ridge
long… since their last shell gouged our batteries? How long… since we rose at aim with a sleuth mooRate it:

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The Man From Athabaska
Robert William Service
back. So I brag of bear and beaver while the batteries are roaring, And the fellows on the firRate it:

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The Red Retreat
Robert William Service
like a flood; Then oh! 'twas music 'eavenly, our batteries a-thunderin', And arms and legs wentRate it:

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The Roll of the Kettledrum
Adam Lindsay Gordon
to leeward, were seen on the height, Where the batteries were posted, as onward we came. SpreadinRate it:

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