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Manhattan
Lola Ridge
eye, And night like a purple cloth unrolled - Nebulous gold Throwing an ephemeral glory about lifRate it:

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Introit : VIII. The Golden Joy
Thomas MacDonagh
morning of my day, When brown and green and nebulous silver lie Quiet and happy 'neath the vernal pRate it:

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British Association, Notes of the President's Address
James Clerk Maxwell
exist, To compass some petty promotion in nebulous kingdoms of mist? But not by the rays of the sunRate it:

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Creation
Isaac Rosenberg
of night Thrills with imprisoned light, Misty, nebulous-born, Growing deeper into her morn, So man,Rate it:

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Egypt
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Lo! while I gaze, beyond the vast sand-sea The nebulous clouds are downward slowly drawn, And onRate it:

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Fragments
Alan Seeger
that all the stars acknowledge too. Amid the nebulous humanity Where I an atom crawled and cleaveRate it:

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From Monte Pincio
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
are ringing, through roseate air Nebulous floating of tone-sacrifices, Twilight in churches now broRate it:

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Here on Earth
Rahel Bluwstein
joy That knows, so well, how to console. Not nebulous tomorrow but today: solid, warm, mighty, TodRate it:

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June
Archibald Lampman
by boulder-broken streams; And wide and far on nebulous fields aflush The mellow morning gleams. ThRate it:

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L'Horloge (The Clock)
Charles Baudelaire
Into your fearful heart, as into a target; Nebulous pleasure will flee toward the horizon Like aRate it:

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Love: To A Little Girl
Sydney Thompson Dobell
land Now to the strained gaze appears The nebulous umbrage of itself, and now, Ere one can say thisRate it:

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My Face Turned Upwards To The Sky
Afanasy Afanasyevich Fet
Was flickering all around. The mute earth, nebulous and dreamlike, Rushed off without a trace AndRate it:

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Myself
Harriet Monroe
What am I? I am Earth the mother, With all her nebulous memories; And the young Day, and Night her brother, And every god that was and is. As ...Rate it:

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Nephelidia
Algernon Charles Swinburne
decline of the dawn through a notable nimbus of nebulous noonshine, Pallid and pink as the palm of Rate it:

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Night In State Street
Harriet Monroe
and shadowy floating hair; And curious winds her nebulous garments blur, Blowing her moon-white limRate it:

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One By One
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and planet and sea and sun, All in the nebulous Nothing waited Till the Nameless One Who has many aRate it:

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Sandalphon. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the angel, expanding His pinions in nebulous bars. And the legend, I feel, is a part Of the hungeRate it:

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The Dance Of Life
Conrad Potter Aiken
tide's whole bliss and pain, Darkness and ether, nebulous fire, Vast suns whirled forth by vast desRate it:

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The November Pansy
Duncan Campbell Scott
visited the vagrant humming-bird, The nebulous darting green, the ruby-throated; The warm fans of tRate it:

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The Princess (part 4)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
'There sinks the nebulous star we call the Sun, If that hypothesis of theirs be sound' Said Ida; 'let us down and rest;' and we Down from the le...Rate it:

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The Soul's Destiny
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
the arching concave like a train of silver lay, Nebulous, and white, and dreamy, heaven's star-wrouRate it:

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The Woman
Harriet Monroe
gathering out of the void; Bring us their nebulous dreams, vague, incoherent, Far lightning-flasheRate it:

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To -- -- --. Ulalume: A Ballad
Edgar Allan Poe
the end of our path a liquescent And nebulous lustre was born, Out of which a miracRate it:

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To Astronomers
Friedrich Schiller
Prate not to me so much of suns and of nebulous bodies; Think ye Nature but great, in that she gives thee to count? Though your object may be the...Rate it:

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Trust in God
Charles Harpur
up its bare And rugged ridge high in the nebulous air Of endless change, and thence tremenRate it:

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