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Moloch
Joseph Seamon Cotter
Old Moloch walks the way tonight On Flander's poppied field, Where foe meets foe in steel and might And never one shall yield. Old Moloch of th...Rate it:

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Moloch In State Street
John Greenleaf Whittier
here! For ready mart or favoring blast Through Moloch's fire, Flesh of his flesh, unsparing, passedRate it:

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Ballad Of The Traitor’s Soul
Edgar Lee Masters
triumphed again.'' Then the horrent jowls of Moloch, Wrinkled into a grin, And he growled 'tis Rate it:

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Auri Sacra Fames
George Essex Evans
would blight The star of an age whose Christ is Moloch, the Ammonite? Nay! for the day draws nearRate it:

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Elle était pâle, et pourtant rose...
Victor Marie Hugo
Salomon, Sur Cyrus qui vint de la Perse, Sur Moloch et Léviathan, Sur l'enfer que Jésus traverse, Rate it:

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Expostulation
John Greenleaf Whittier
through the living God! Down let the shrine of Moloch sink, And leave no traces where it stood; NoRate it:

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Father Abe
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
we answered to your call, And the Southern Moloch stricken Shook and tottered to his fall — O we knRate it:

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Milton--December 9, 1608: December 9, 1908
George Meredith
grinning mask Of hypocritical Peace,) inveterate Moloch Remains the great example. Homage to him HRate it:

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Musings On A Landscape Of Gaspar Poussin
Robert Southey
earth, and blindly bow them down Before the Moloch shrines of WEALTH and POWER, AUTHORS of EVIL. OhRate it:

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Ode--
William Gilmore Simms
his appetites, greedy as Hell, Led by Mammon and Moloch, would sink at a spell;-- Nor strive, with Rate it:

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On Hearing that Constantinople Was Swallowed Up by an Earthquake
Amelia Opie
Christian blood, And to the reeking den of Moloch turned Sophia's holy fane! Where, where are now, Rate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 02
John Milton
advise may speak." He ceased; and next him Moloch, sceptred king, Stood up--the strongest and tRate it:

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Prelude to Space
Clive Staples Lewis
Pox, polio, Thais' kiss Or Judas, Moloch's fires And Torquemada's (sons resemble sires). Rate it:

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Ritner
John Greenleaf Whittier
of women, and robbing the poor! Where the Moloch of Slavery sitteth on high, And the words which heRate it:

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Scene 3. A Cliff on the Breton Coast, Overhanging the Sea
Adam Lindsay Gordon
brutish, and blind, With Ashtaroth, Mammon, and Moloch In front, and Alecto behind. The wise one oRate it:

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The Battle Of The Nile
William Lisle Bowles
smoke his brazen idol smeared), Grim Moloch, in whose fuming furnace blue The unpitying priest theRate it:

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The Branded Hand
John Greenleaf Whittier
lie of slavery wrung, And the solemn priest to Moloch, on each God-deserted shrine, Broke the bondmRate it:

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The Columbiad: Book VI
Joel Barlow
the Inquisitors of Spain, Boast not thy deeds in Moloch's shrines of old, Leave Barbary's pirates tRate it:

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The Death of Slavery
William Cullen Bryant
way Through wailing cities lay, Worship of Moloch, tyrannies that built The Pyramids, and cruel crRate it:

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The Devil's Drive: An Unfinished Rhapsody
George Gordon Lord Byron
when he passes my border, I shall hint to friend Moloch to call him to order.' Rate it:

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The March Into Viriginia
Herman Melville
Bacchic glee they file toward Fate, Moloch's uninitiate; Expectancy, and glad surmise Of battle's uRate it:

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The New Locksley Hall
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
essayists and poets, 'Belial's prophets, Moloch's priests!' Coward, you have made the great refusalRate it:

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The Pine Tree
John Greenleaf Whittier
may sum up higher, Must we kiss the feet of Moloch, pass our children through the fire? Is the dollRate it:

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The poet
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
the people's trust to doubt Of heathendom and Moloch-terror; 'Neath thought of God, cold-gray with Rate it:

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