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Paris [Paris, hvor er Du dog lystig og glad]
Hans Christian Andersen
Paris, hvor er Du dog lystig og glad, En dandsende Adam uden Figenblad! Du spiser af Frugten, og uden al Sky. Og naar den er spiist — vil Du have e...Rate it:

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From Paris To Brussels (11 P.M. 15 October To Half-Past 1 P.M. 16) Proem At The Paris Station
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
In France (to baffle thieves and murderers) A journey takes two days of passport work At least. The plan's sometimes a tedious one, But bears it...Rate it:

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Paris
Mario William Vitale
Paris Paris est grandiose Je vois Paris en une fleur d'avril d'un jardin bien soigne Dans sa couleur rosee je le vois En la saveur du vin le ...Rate it:

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An Appeal To Paris
Charles Mackay
BEAUTIFUL Paris! morning star of nations! The Lucifer of cities, lifting high The beacon blaze of young democracy! Medina and Gomorrha both in on...Rate it:

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Breitmann In Paris
Charles Godfrey Leland
a Deutscher aus Amerika: Hans Breitmann in Paris. Dere's silber toughts vot might hafe peen, DeRate it:

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Paris
Alan Seeger
Manhattan heaped in towering stalagmite; But Paris for the smoothness of the paths That lead theRate it:

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Paris Day By Day: A Family Epistle
Richard Le Gallienne
(TO MRS. HENRY HARLAND) Paris, half Angel, half Grisette, I would that I were with thee yet, Where the long boulevard at even Stretches its starry...Rate it:

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Boulogne To Amiens And Paris (3 to 11 P.M.; 3rd Class)
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
till half-past ten. Drat verse, And steam, and Paris, and the fins of Time! Marry, for me, look yRate it:

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Fuyons Paris
Maurice Rollinat
si fragile compagne, Puisque nous souffrons à Paris, Envolons-nous dans la campagne Au milieu deRate it:

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In Paris
Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
in smoke to it is near. Inside the big and happy Paris Remains the secretive despair. The evening Rate it:

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Je suis un pâle enfant du vieux Paris...
François Coppée
Je suis un pâle enfant du vieux Paris, et j'ai Le regret des rêveurs qui n'ont pas voyagé. Au pays bleu mon âme en vain se réfugie, Elle n'a jamai...Rate it:

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Ved en Vens Afrejse til Paris!
Hans Christian Andersen
Ved en Vens Afrejse til Paris!' Mel. Jeg er et Søndagsbarn! Hør Venners Stemme: drik og spiis! Thi snart, saa er Du i Paris, Og nyder der, ja, Gud...Rate it:

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Autumn Passed Through Paris
Endre Ady
Autumn sliped into Paris yesterday, came silently down Boulevard St Michel, In sultry heat, past boughs sullen and still, and met me on its way....Rate it:

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Paris
Guillaume Apollinaire
J'ai vu Paris dans l'ombre Hypogée où l'on riait trop Paris une grande améthyste Ces soldats belges en troupe Vieilles femmes habil...Rate it:

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Last Sonnets At Paris
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
need Of unperturbed nasal philosophy; Through Paris (what with church and gallery) Some forty fiRate it:

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Modern Love XXXIII: In Paris, at the Louvre
George Meredith
'In Paris, at the Louvre, there have I seen The sumptuously-feathered angel pierce Prone Lucifer, descending. Looked he fierce, Showing the figh...Rate it:

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Paris
Arthur Symons
My Paris is a land where twilight days Merge into violent nights of black and gold; Where, it may be, the flower of dawn is cold: Ah, but the gold ...Rate it:

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Paris Susende, vexlende, trættende, broget
Hans Christian Andersen
trættende, broget Er det omkring mig, — jeg er i Paris! Ret som en Carnevalsdag er hver Dag her, EtRate it:

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Paris's Second Judgement, Upon The Three Daughters Of My De
Richard Lovelace
canton'd honours of their own, to boot. Paris, by fate new-wak'd from his dead cell, Is charg'd to Rate it:

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Paris's Second Judgement, Upon The Three Daughters Of My Dear Brother Mr. R. Caesar.
Richard Lovelace
canton'd honours of their own, to boot. Paris, by fate new-wak'd from his dead cell, Is charg'd to Rate it:

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The Judgment Of Paris
Thomas Parnell
Pines the brows of Ida shade, The swain young Paris half supinely laid, Saw the loose Flocks thro' Rate it:

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XXIX - A Paris, en été...
François Coppée
A Paris, en été, les soirs sont étouffants. Et moi, noir promeneur qu'évitent les enfants, Qui fuis la joie et fais, en flânant, bien des lieues,...Rate it:

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XXVI - Je rêve, tant Paris...
François Coppée
Je rêve, tant Paris m'est parfois un enfer, D'une ville très calme et sans chemin de fer, Où, chez le sous-préfet, en vieux garçon affable, Je l...Rate it:

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XXX - C'est vrai, j'aime Paris
François Coppée
C'est vrai, j'aime Paris d'une amitié malsaine; J'ai partout le regret des vieux bords de la Seine Devant la vaste mer, devant les pics neigeux, ...Rate it:

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Paris, October 1936
Cesar Vallejo
From all of this I am the only one who leaves. From this bench I go away, from my pants, from my great situation, from my actions, from my number s...Rate it:

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