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The Curtain
Gamaliel Bradford
one unbroken line. But lift up the heart's dim curtain, It might prove as frail as mine. Full of sRate it:

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Bringing The Curtain Down
Kurt Philip Behm
took it all Leaving me nothing —no last curtain call (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 2020)Rate it:

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Last Curtain
Rabindranath Tagore
take its leave in silence, drawing the last curtain over my eyes. Yet stars will watch at night,Rate it:

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Last Curtain To Fall
Kurt Philip Behm
people to call No sand in the hourglass —last curtain to fall (Villanova Pennsylvania: April, 20Rate it:

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Paul Laurence Dunbar
VILLAIN shows his indiscretion, Villain's partner makes confession. Juvenile, with golden tresses, Finds her pa and dons long dresses. Scapegrace c...Rate it:

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Upon the Curtain of Lucasta's Picture, It was Thus Wrought
Richard Lovelace
Oh, stay that covetous hand; first turn all eye, All depth and minde; then mystically spye Her soul's faire picture, her faire soul's, in all So...Rate it:

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Henry Lawson
while he counted out his tin; When the cloudy curtain lifting let the moonlight on a drifting Boat,Rate it:

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Aechdeacon Barbour
John Greenleaf Whittier
call, across the general din, 'Roll up your curtain! Let the show begin!' At length a murmur like tRate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 42
Sa di
to this story how in Baghdad A flag and a curtain fell into dispute. Travel stained, dusty and Rate it:

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Emily Pauline Johnson
morning now, yet silently I stand, Uplift the curtain with a weary hand, Look out while darkness Rate it:

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In the Room
James Thomson
grey Filled half the air; but in the room, Whose curtain had been drawn all day, The twilight was aRate it:

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Conrad Potter Aiken
as day.' I sit before the gold-embroidered curtain And think her face is like a wrinkled desert. TRate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 02: 04: Nightmare
Conrad Potter Aiken
as day.' I sit before the gold-embroidered curtain And think her face is like a wrinkled desert. TRate it:

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
My neighbour's curtain, well I see, Is moving to and fin. No doubt she's list'ning eagerly, If I'm at home or no. And if the jealous grudge I bo...Rate it:

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Always for the First Time
Andre Breton
with the brightness The elusive angle of a curtain It's a field of jasmine I gazed upon at dawn on Rate it:

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At the Opera
Victor James Daley
THE CURTAIN rose—the play began— The limelight on the gay garbs shone; Yet carelessly I gazed upon The painted players, maid and man, As o...Rate it:

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Alan Alexander Milne
In a corner of the bedroom is a great big curtain, Someone lives behind it, but I don't know who; I think it is a Brownie, but I'm not quite certai...Rate it:

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Epilogue to Henry II.
John Dryden
must be your choice, which d' ye approve, The curtain lecture, or the curtain love? Would ye be gRate it:

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Emma Lazarus
Light silken curtain, colorless and soft, Dreamlike before me floating! what abides Behind thy pearly veil's Opaque, mysterious woof? Where sleek ...Rate it:

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Hypocrite Auteur
Archibald MacLeish
is certain All of us are players at the final curtain: All of us, silence for a time deferred, FRate it:

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Last Look
Robert William Service
pray to look on last, When Death shall draw the Curtain fast? I've loved the farewell of the Sun, Rate it:

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Alfred Lord Tennyson
did trance the sky, She drew her casement-curtain by, And glanced athwart the glooming flatRate it:

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Nightmare: A Tale for an Autumn Evening
Amy Lowell
room with its crimson bed and window curtains Was as red and glowing as a carbuncle. It was still aRate it:

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Out From Behind His Mask
Walt Whitman
Masks rejected--this preferr'd,) This common curtain of the face, contain'd in me for me, in youRate it:

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The Inquisitive Man’s Dream
Charles Baudelaire
like a child eager for the spectacle, hating the curtain as one hates an obstacle… at last the trutRate it:

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