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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 1. The Student's Tale; The Falcon of Ser Federigo
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
and pear; His only forester and only guest His falcon, faithful to him, when the rest, Whose willinRate it:

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The Falcon
Richard Lovelace
his wings with tactick care; Whilst th' expert falcon swift doth climbe In subtle mazes serpentine;Rate it:

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A Lady With A Falcon On Her Fist. To The Honourable My Cousin A[nne] L[ovelace]
Richard Lovelace
ye er'e nam'd he or head, For y' are in falcon's monarchy, And in that just dominion bred, In wRate it:

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Lux, My Fair Falcon
Sir Thomas Wyatt
Lux, my fair falcon, and your fellows all, How well pleasant it were your liberty. Ye not forsake me that fair might ye befall, But they that so...Rate it:

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The Cruel Falcon
Robinson Jeffers
look up above the stalled oxen Envying the cruel falcon, And dig under the straw for a stone To bruRate it:

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The Falcon
La Fontaine
A pretty decent horse his stable held; A falcon too; and round about the grange, Our quondam 'squRate it:

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The Falcon
Elinor Morton Wylie
bird you've caught, Soft-feathered, with a falcon's eyes. The bird Imagination, That flies so faRate it:

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The Falcon
Coventry Patmore
which led to this estate. One friend was left, a falcon, famed for beauty, skill, and size, Kept frRate it:

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To Manon, Comparing Her To A Falcon
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
BRAVE as a falcon and as merciless, With bright eyes watching still the world, thy prey, I saw thee pass in thy lone majesty, Untamed, unmated, ...Rate it:

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Your Brother Has A Falcon
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Your brother has a falcon, Your sister has a flower; But what is left for mannikin, Born within a hour? I'll nurse you on my knee, my knee, My...Rate it:

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The Taming of the Falcon
Emma Lazarus
The bird sits spelled upon the lithe brown wrist Of yonder turbaned fowler, who had lamed No feather limb, but the winged spirit tamed With his ...Rate it:

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Arab Songs
Padraic Colum
I. THE PARROT AND THE FALCON MY Afghan poet-friend With this made his message end, 'The scroll around my wall shows two the poets have known The pa...Rate it:

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New Year’s Eve
Robinson Jeffers
betters nor worsens. (Nobody knows my love the falcon.) It has always bristled with phantoms, alwayRate it:

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To Mistress Margaret Hussey
John Skelton
Margaret As midsummer flower, Gentle as falcon Or hawk of the tower: With solace and gRate it:

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The Falconer Of God
Stephen Vincent Benet
I flung my soul to the air like a falcon flying. I said, “Wait on, wait on, while I ride below! I shall start a heron soon In the marsh beneath ...Rate it:

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An Horatian Ode Upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland
Andrew Marvell
To lay them at the Public's skirt. So when the falcon high Falls heavy from the sky, She, havinRate it:

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Granite And Cypress
Robinson Jeffers
of the wind leap at the sea-cliff. The invisible falcon Brooded on water and bred them in wide wastRate it:

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Noble Sisters
Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Now did you mark a falcon, Sister dear, sister dear, Flying toward my window In the morning cool and clear? With jingling bells about her neck, Bu...Rate it:

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Rock And Hawk
Robinson Jeffers
and signatured By ages of storms: on its peak A falcon has perched. I think here is your emblem ToRate it:

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Spleen (III)
Charles Baudelaire
Nothing can cheer him, neither the chase nor falcons, Nor his people dying before his balcony. TRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto X.
Coventry Patmore
a 'scutcheon's dubious field Carries a falcon or a crow, Fancy a falcon on the shield; Yet, ever caRate it:

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The Knight's Leap: A Legend of Altenar
Charles Kingsley
the Altenahr hawk can die: If they smoke the old falcon out of his nest, He must take to his wings Rate it:

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Sun-Testament
Harry Crosby
I give and bequeathe to Horus (Egyptian Hor) the falcon-headed solar divinity a thousand sun-hawks Rate it:

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A Captive Throstle
Alfred Austin
of death this very day, The weasel's clutch, the falcon's swoop- What if these kill? they do not coRate it:

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A Dream
Boris Pasternak
a tipsy jesters' throng amidst. ' And like a falcon, having stooped to slaughter, My heart returnRate it:

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