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E. Storm
Hans Christian Andersen
Herr Zinklar drog over salten Sø," Ja, det kan man kalde en Vise, Den bruser, som Bølgen om Sjølunds Ø, Den ene, kan Skjalden prise! Rate it:

(1.50 / 2 votes)
Storm
Roger McGough
They're at it again the wind and the rain It all started when the wind took the window by the collar and shook it with all its might Then the rain ...Rate it:

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A hopeless storm
Ran Zhi Sen (with help from a friend)
My dear Hope, where have you gone. She was with me; Lying near my bed. But as the deeply gray clouds lurked in, blocking the little light from the ...Rate it:

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She Hears the Storm
Thomas Hardy
There was a time in former years-- While my roof-tree was his-- When I should have been distressed by fears At such a night as this! I should h...Rate it:

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The Storm
Sara Teasdale
I thought of you when I was wakened By a wind that made me glad and afraid Of the rushing, pouring sound of the sea That the great trees made. One...Rate it:

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Storm Ending
Jean Toomer
Thunder blossoms gorgeously above our heads, Great, hollow, bell-like flowers, Rumbling in the wind, Stretching clappers to strike our ears . . . F...Rate it:

(4.33 / 3 votes)
Riding Out the Storm
Robert Haigh
When lady luck has turned her back on you, And nothing seems to work, choose what you do, You still keep on believing things will change. You know ...Rate it:

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The Snow Storm
Edna St. Vincent Millay
No hawk hangs over in this air: The urgent snow is everywhere. The wing adroiter than a sail Must lean away from such a gale, Abandoning its straig...Rate it:

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The Spring Storm
William Carlos Williams
The sky has given over its bitterness. Out of the dark change all day long rain falls and falls as if it would never end. Still the snow keep...Rate it:

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The Storm
Joe Giso
The Storm within Feeds on many a thing A preference for sin Pick one or the other Not good? Try another A platter of seven A feast fallen from T...Rate it:

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"Glee! The Great Storm Is Over!"
Emily Elizabeth Dickinson
Glee! The great storm is over! Four have recovered the land; Forty gone down together Into the boiling sand. Ring, for the scant salvation! Tol...Rate it:

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A bunch of lilac and a storm of hail
Lesbia Harford
A bunch of lilac and a storm of hail On the same afternoon! Indeed I know Here in the South it always happens so, That lilac is companioned by t...Rate it:

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A Line-Storm Song
Robert Frost
The line-storm clouds fly tattered and swift, The road is forlorn all day, Where a myriad snowy quartz stones lift, And the hoof-prints vanish a...Rate it:

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A Mountain Storm
Katharine Lee Bates
OUR blue sierras shone serene, sublime, When ghostly shapes came crowding up the air, Shadowing the landscape with some vast despair; And all was c...Rate it:

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A Night of Storm
Archibald Lampman
Oh city, whom grey stormy hands have sown, With restless drift, scarce broken now of any, Out of the dark thy windows dim and many Gleam red across...Rate it:

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A Night-Storm.
Thomas Gent
Let this rough fragment lend its mossy seat; Let Contemplation hail this lone retreat: Come, meek-eyed goddess, through the midnight gloom, Born of...Rate it:

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A Snow Storm.
Thomas Frederick Young
I hear the wintry wind again, I see the blinding snow, Pil'd high, by eddying winds, in heaps, No matter where I go. The storm is raging hard, ...Rate it:

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A Song in Storm
Rudyard Kipling
1914-18 Be well assured that on our side The abiding oceans fight, Though headlong wind and heaping tide Make us their sport to-night. By force of...Rate it:

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A Storm In Summer
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Nature that day a woman was in weakness, A woman in her impotent high wrath. At the dawn we watched it, a low cloud half seen Under the sun; an inn...Rate it:

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A Storm in the Mountains
Charles Harpur
A lonely boy, far venturing from home Out on the half-wild herd’s faint tracks I roam; Mid rock-browned mountains, which with stony frown Glare ...Rate it:

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A storm is breaking within my heart
Nobody Nose
If I could just play the music for you, baby... And dance to it with you in my arms... I don't know why, I don't know how I thought I loved you, b...Rate it:

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A Storm Simile
Victor Marie Hugo
See, where on high the moving masses, piled By the wind, break in groups grotesque and wild, Present strange shapes to view; Oft flares a pallid fl...Rate it:

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A Storm Simile.
Victor-Marie Hugo
("Oh, regardez le ciel!") [June, 1828.] See, where on high the moving masses, piled By the wind, break in groups grotesque and wild, Pr...Rate it:

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A Thunder Storm.
Sarah Chauncey Woolsey
The day was hot and the day was dumb, Save for cricket's chirr or the bee's low hum, Not a bird was seen or a butterfly, And ever till noon was ove...Rate it:

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After Storm
Lola Ridge
Was there a wind? Tap… tap… Night pads upon the snow with moccasined feet… and it is still… so still… an eagle's feather might fall like a stone. C...Rate it:

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