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All Princes In Their Rooks
Kurt Philip Behm
Are you a Poet or tactician, or “A Rose By Any Other Name…” Are your words stained with patina, some would scrub and some would blame Is your ...Rate it:

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From A Window In Princes Street
William Ernest Henley
Above the Crags that fade and gloom Starts the bare knee of Arthur's Seat; Ridged high against the evening bloom, The Old Town rises, street on str...Rate it:

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Germany And Her Princes
Friedrich Schiller
Thou hast produced mighty monarchs, of whom thou art not unworthy, For the obedient alone make him who governs them great. But, O Germany...Rate it:

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Six o'clock in Princes Street
Wilfred Owen
In twos and threes, they have not far to roam, Crowds that thread eastward, gay of eyes; Those seek no further than their quiet home, Wives, walkin...Rate it:

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The Princes Quest - Part the Sixth
William Watson
Even as one voice the great sea sang. From out The green heart of the waters round about, Welled as a bubbling fountain silverly The overflowing so...Rate it:

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The Princes' Ques -Part the Eighth
William Watson
Now as it chanced, the day was almost spent When down the lonely mountain-side he went, The whitehaired man, the Prince that was; and ere He won th...Rate it:

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The Princes' Quest - Part the Fifth
William Watson
So, being risen, the Prince in brief while went Forth to the market-place, where babblement Of them that bought and them that sold was one Of many ...Rate it:

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The Princes' Quest - Part the First
William Watson
There was a time, it passeth me to say How long ago, but sure 'twas many a day Before the world had gotten her such store Of foolish wisdom as she ...Rate it:

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The Princes' Quest - Part the Ninth
William Watson
And passing through the city he went out Into the fat fields lying thereabout, And lo the spirit of the emerald stone With secret influence to hims...Rate it:

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The Princes' Quest - Part the Second
William Watson
A fearful and a lovely thing is Sleep, And mighty store of secrets hath in keep; And those there were of old who well could guess What meant his fe...Rate it:

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The Princes' Quest - Part the Seventh
William Watson
But Sleep, who makes a mist about the sense, Doth ope the eyelids of the soul, and thence Lifteth a heavier cloud than that whereby He veils the vi...Rate it:

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The Princes' Quest - Part the Tenth
William Watson
That night within the City of Youth there stood Musicians playing to the multitude On many a gold and silver instrument Whose differing souls yet c...Rate it:

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The Princes' Quest - Part the Third
William Watson
So without rest or tarriance all that night, Until the world was blear with coming light, Forth fared the princely fugitive, nor stayed His wearied...Rate it:

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The Princes' Qust - Part the Fourth
William Watson
That night he dreamed that over him there stole A change miraculous, whereby his soul Was parted from his body for a space, And through a labyrinth...Rate it:

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The Regiment of Princes
Thomas Hoccleve
Musynge upon the restlees bysynesse Which that this troubly world hath ay on honde, That othir thyng than fruyt of bittirnesse Ne yildith naght,...Rate it:

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To Mr. Edward Howard, on his Incomparable, Incomprehensible Poem Called The British Princes
Charles Sackville
Come on, ye critics! Find one fault who dare, For, read it backward like a witch's prayer, 'Twill do as well; throw not away your jests On solid...Rate it:

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Written In The Nouveaux Interests Des Princes De L'Europe
Matthew Prior
Bless'd be the princes who have fought For pompous names or wide dominion, Since by their error we are taught That happiness is but opinion. Rate it:

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