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Nearing Port
Mary Hannay Foott
A blue line to the westward that surely is not cloud; A green tinge in the waters; a clamorous bird-crowd; Then far-off foamy edges, and hill-tops ...Rate it:

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Le port
Emile Verhaeren
Toute la mer va vers la ville ! Son port est surmonté d'un million de croix : Vergues transversales barrant de grands mâts droits. Son port est p...Rate it:

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Port Burwell
James McIntyre
About a quarter of a century ago, when Port Burwell was a busy, thriving place, several friends accompanied me to the port to attend a concert, we ...Rate it:

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The Bonny Port of Sydney
Henry Lawson
The lovely Port of Sydney Lies laughing to the sky, The bonny Port of Sydney, Where the ships of nations lie. You shall never see such beauty, Thou...Rate it:

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The Port O'Call
Henry Lawson
Our hull is seldom painted, Our decks are seldom stoned; Our sails are patched and cobbled And chains by rust marooned. Our rigging is untidy, And ...Rate it:

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Port Stanley
James McIntyre
Lines composed on an excursion to port Stanley, 1883. In winter time 'tis sad and dreary For to gaze on stormy Erie, But here in summer time this ...Rate it:

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Thubare, a Port on the Arabian Coast
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
THOU lovely port of Araby, Of Araby the blest, I think of the time, when thy summer clime, Was bright on my midnight rest; And the gates uprose, wh...Rate it:

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Each day I see the long ships coming into port
Christopher John Brennan
Each day I see the long ships coming into port and the people crowding to their rail, glad of the shore: because to have been alone with the sea ...Rate it:

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A Cinque Port
John Davidson
Below the down the stranded town What may betide forlornly waits, With memories of smoky skies, When Gallic navies crossed the straits; When waves ...Rate it:

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At Port Royal
John Greenleaf Whittier
The tent-lights glimmer on the land, The ship-lights on the sea; The night-wind smooths with drifting sand Our track on lone Tybee. At last ou...Rate it:

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In Port
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Out of the fires of the sunset come we again to our own­ We have girdled the world in our sailing under many an orient star; Still to our battered ...Rate it:

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In Port
Robert Louis Stevenson
Last, to the chamber where I lie My fearful footsteps patter nigh, And come out from the cold and gloom Into my warm and cheerful room. There,...Rate it:

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The Charge At Port Hudson
Anonymous Americas
'Niggers won't fight' ah ha! 'Niggers won't fight' ah ha! 'They are no good for war, One in a hundred.' Let Mississippi's shore, Flooded with negro...Rate it:

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The Last Port
Frank Wilmot
I WROUGHT and battled and wept, near and afar I scanned the secret of the bud and star. Hill-road and desert, and the hurrying street Know ...Rate it:

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Written near a Port on a Dark Evening
Charlotte Smith
o Huge vapours brood above the clifted shore, Night on the ocean settles dark and mute, Save where is heard the repercussive roar Of drowsy bi...Rate it:

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Mostly Slavonic
Henry Lawson
I.— Peter Michaelov It was Peter the Barbarian put an apron in his bag And rolled up the honoured bundle that Australians call a swag; And he tram...Rate it:

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Parfum Exotique (Exotic Perfume)
Charles Baudelaire
Quand, les deux yeux fermés, en un soir chaud d'automne, Je respire l'odeur de ton sein chaleureux, Je vois se dérouler des rivages heureux Qu'éblo...Rate it:

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Over The May Hill
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
All through the night time, and all through the day time, Dreading the morning and dreading the night, Nearer and nearer we drift to the May time S...Rate it:

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Benjamin Franklin King
1 Down from the hills and over the snow 2 Swift as a meteor's flash we go, 3 Toboggan! Toboggan! Toboggan! 4 Down from the hill...Rate it:

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Edward George Dyson
Dear Ned, I now take up my pen to write you these few lines, And hopin' how they find you fit. Gorbli', it seems an age Since Jumbo ducked the ...Rate it:

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At Best
John Boyle O'Reilly
o The faithful helm commands the keel, From port to port fair breezes blow; But the ship must sail the convex sea, Nor may she straighter go. ...Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto the Second
George Gordon Lord Byron
XXIV The ship, call'd the most holy "Trinidada," Was steering duly for the port Leghorn; For there the Spanish family Moncada ...Rate it:

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Enoch Arden
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Long lines of cliff breaking have left a chasm; And in the chasm are foam and yellow sands; Beyond, red roofs about a narrow wharf In cluster; then...Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene, Book VI, Canto X
Edmund Spenser

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M'Andrew's Hymn
Rudyard Kipling
Lord, Thou hast made this world below the shadow of a dream, An', taught by time, I tak' it so -- exceptin' always Steam. From coupler-flange to sp...Rate it:

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