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Pan
Francis Ledwidge
He knows the safe ways and unsafe And he will lead the lambs to fold, Gathering them with his merry pipe, The gentle and the overbold. He counts t...Rate it:

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Pan
Henri de Regnier
C’était au temps Où les grands Dieux de marbre et d’or Ne vivaient plus qu’en leurs statues ; On les voyait encor, Debout et nues, Au seuil des tem...Rate it:

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Pan
James Whitcomb Riley
This Pan is but an idle god, I guess, Since all the fair midsummer of my dreams He loiters listlessly by woody streams, Soaking the lush glooms up ...Rate it:

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Pan Is Dead
Ezra Pound
Pan is dead. Great Pan is dead. Ah! bow your heads, ye maidens all, And weave ye him his coronal.’ 'There is no summer in the leaves, And withere...Rate it:

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A Glimpse Of Pan
James Whitcomb Riley
I caught but a glimpse of him. Summer was here. And I strayed from the town and its dust and heat. And walked in a wood, while the noon was near, W...Rate it:

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Favorites of Pan
Archibald Lampman
Once, long ago, before the gods Had left this earth, by stream and forest glade, Where the first plough upturned the clinging sods, Or the lost she...Rate it:

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From The Greek Of Moschus : Pan Loved His Neighbour Echo
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Pan loved his neighbour Echo--but that child Of Earth and Air pined for the Satyr leaping; The Satyr loved with wasting madness wild The bright nym...Rate it:

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Frying Pan's Theology
Andrew Barton Paterson
Shock-headed blackfellow, Boy (on a pony). Snowflakes are falling Gentle and slow, Youngster says, "Frying Pan What makes it snow?" Frying P...Rate it:

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Hymn Of Pan
Percy Bysshe Shelley
FROM the forests and highlands We come, we come; From the river-girt islands, Where loud waves are dumb...Rate it:

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Hymn to Pan
John Fletcher
SING his praises that doth keep Our flocks from harm. Pan, the father of our sheep; And arm in arm Tread we softly in a round, Whilst th...Rate it:

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Hymn to Pan
Aleister Crowley
Thrill with lissome lust of the light, O man ! My man ! Come careering out of the night Of Pan ! Io Pan . Io Pan ! Io Pan ! Come over the sea From ...Rate it:

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Pan and Luna
Robert Browning
Si credere dignum est.--Virgil, Georgics, III, 390 Oh, worthy of belief I hold it was, Virgil, your legend in those strange three lines! No ques...Rate it:

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Pan Beniowski - Final Part Of Canto Five
Juliusz Slowacki
Surging like a vast current of salmon or sheatfish, Coiling up and down like an iron serpent That rears now its torso, now its head, The armed h...Rate it:

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Pan in Vermont
Rudyard Kipling
About the 15th of this month you may expectour Mr. -- , with the usual Spring Seed, etc., Catalogues.– Florist’s Announcement. It’s forty in the ...Rate it:

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Pan Learns Music
Henry Van Dyke
Limber-limbed, lazy god, stretched on the rock, Where is sweet Echo, and where is your flock? What are you making here? "Listen," said Pan, -- "Ou...Rate it:

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Pan liveth
Eugene Field
They told me once that Pan was dead, And so, in sooth, I thought him; For vainly where the streamlets led Through flowery meads I sought him-- No...Rate it:

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Pan the Fallen
William Wilfred Campbell
1 He wandered into the market 2 With pipes and goatish hoof; 3 He wandered in a grotesque shape, 4 And no one stood aloof....Rate it:

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Pan to Artemis
Aleister Crowley
Uncharmable charmer Of Bacchus and Mars In the sounding rebounding Abyss of the stars! O virgin in armour, Thine arrows unsling In the brilliant re...Rate it:

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Pan With Us
Robert Frost
Pan came out of the woods one day,-- His skin and his hair and his eyes were gray, The gray of the moss of walls were they,-- And stood in the su...Rate it:

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Peter Pan Aglow
Kurt Philip Behm
Unlike an opera Diva, a writer hides his age Scores to bear eternal youth, a Contralto dies on stage Ink reclaims the Land of Oz, Dorothy...Rate it:

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Pipes O' Pan At Zekesbury
James Whitcomb Riley
The pipes of Pan! Not idler now are they Than when their cunning fashioner first blew The pith of music from them: Yet for you And me their notes a...Rate it:

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The Song Of Pan
Archibald Lampman
Mad with love and laden With immortal pain, Pan pursued a maiden-- Pan, the god--in vain. For when Pan had nearly Touched her, wild to plead, She ...Rate it:

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