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The Sensitive Plant
Percy Bysshe Shelley
PART 1. A Sensitive Plant in a garden grew, And the young winds fed it with silver dew, And it opened its fan-like leaves to the light. And closed ...Rate it:

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Go Plant a Tree
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
God, what a joy it is to plant a tree, And from the sallow earth to watch it rise, Lifting its emerald branches to the skies In silent adoration...Rate it:

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Now I am a Plant, a Weed...
Katherine Mansfield
Now I am a plant, a weed, Bending and swinging On a rocky ledge; And now I am a long brown grass Fluttering like flame; I am a reed; An old shell s...Rate it:

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On A Plant Of Virgin's-Bower, Designed To Cover A Garden-seat
William Cowper
Thrive, gentle plant! and weave a bower For Mary and for me, And deck with many a splendid flower Thy foliage large and free. Thou camest from Ear...Rate it:

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The Poet, The Oyster, And Sensitive Plant
William Cowper
shrub, Fast rooted against every rub. The plant he meant grew not far off, And felt the sneer with Rate it:

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A Power-Plant
Harriet Monroe
The Fisk Street turbine power station in Chicago The invisible wheels go softly round and round— Light is the tread of brazen-footed Power. Spir...Rate it:

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The Air Plant
Harold Hart Crane
Grand Cayman This tuft that thrives on saline nothingness, Inverted octopus with heavenward arms Thrust parching from a palm-bole hard by the cove...Rate it:

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The Fable of Dryope - Ovid's Metamorphoses Book 9, [v. 324-393]
Alexander Pope
her form; and fixing here became A flow'ry plant, which still preserves her name. 'This change unknRate it:

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Arbor Amoris
François Villon
days are flown, Nor can I slay it, nor instead Plant any tree, save this alone. Ah, yet, for loRate it:

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The Zucca
Percy Bysshe Shelley
VI. And thus I went lamenting, when I saw A plant upon the river’s margin lie Like one who loved Rate it:

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Boston
Ralph Waldo Emerson
man. The world was made for honest trade,- To plant and eat be none afraid. The waves that rockRate it:

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Fairyland
Rabindranath Tagore
corner of our terrace where the pot of the tulsi plant stands. The princess lies sleeping on thRate it:

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Jones's Porvate Argyment
Sidney Lanier
warehousemen, and sich Was fatt'nin' on the planter, And Tennessy was rotten-rich A-raisin' meatRate it:

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The Haschish
John Greenleaf Whittier
our own competing, The strangest is the Haschish plant, And what will follow on its eating. What piRate it:

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A Stone I died
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
A stone I died and rose again a plant; A plant I died and rose an animal; I died an animal and was born a man. Why should I fear? What have I lost ...Rate it:

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Bee-Master
Victoria Sackville-West
big with summer in her womb, And when you plant your rose-trees, plant them deep, Having regard to Rate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
is wide or scant) To take leave of thee, great plant! Or in any terms relate Half my love, or half Rate it:

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A Nightmare
William Schwenck Gilbert
all vegeTAbles - You get a good spadesman to plant a small tradesman (first take off his boots withRate it:

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Birth-Day Ode 02
Robert Southey
Small is the new-born plant scarce seen Amid the soft encircling green, Where yonder budding acorn rears, Just o'er the waving grass, its tend...Rate it:

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Blight
Ralph Waldo Emerson
a part Of the round day, related to the sun, And planted world, and full executor Of their imperfecRate it:

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Botany-Bay Flowers
Barron Field
red Melting to white. Botanic Science calls The plant epacris grandiflora, gives Its class, descriRate it:

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Calvin Campbell
Edgar Lee Masters
fronts the sun and the south-wind, This plant draws from the air and soil Poison and becomes poisonRate it:

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Columbus Cheney
Edgar Lee Masters
This weeping willow! Why do you not plant a few For the millions of children not yet born, As well as for us? Are they not non-existent, or cells a...Rate it:

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Double Red Daisies
Robert Graves
may grow. Claire has a tea-rose, but she didn’t plant it; Ben has an iris, but I don’t want it. Rate it:

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Epistles to Several Persons: Epistle IV, To Richard Boyle,
Alexander Pope
For what his Virro painted, built, and planted? Only to show, how many tastes he wanted. Rate it:

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