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Ships that Pass in the Night
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Out in the sky the great dark clouds are massing; I look far out into the pregnant night, Where I can hear the solemn booming gun And cat...Rate it:

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The Glory of Ships
Henry Van Dyke
The glory of ships is an old, old song, since the days when the sea-rovers ran In their open boats through the roaring surf, and the spread of the...Rate it:

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I Saw Three Ships
Anonymous Americas
I saw three ships come sailing in On Christmas day, on Christmas day; I saw three ships come sailing in On Christmas day in the morning...Rate it:

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City Of Ships
Walt Whitman
CITY of ships! (O the black ships! O the fierce ships! O the beautiful, sharp-bow'd steam-ships and sail-ships!) City of the world! (f...Rate it:

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My Ships
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
If all the ships I have at sea Should come a-sailing home to me, From sunny lands, and lands of cold, Ah well! the harbor could not hold So man...Rate it:

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The White Ships and the Red
Joyce Kilmer
(For Alden March) With drooping sail and pennant That never a wind may reach, They float in sunless waters Beside a sunless beach. Their mighty m...Rate it:

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WORE SHIPS OF PAIN
Hubbs
The worst ships? Those of worship Were shipped On more ships Then moored ships Became warshipsRate it:

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Song For All Seas, All Ships
Walt Whitman
TO-DAY a rude brief recitative, Of ships sailing the Seas, each with its special flag or ship-signal; Of unnamed heroes in the ships--Of ...Rate it:

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The Ships that Won't Go Down
Henry Lawson
We hear a great commotion 'Bout the ship that comes to grief, That founders in mid-ocean, Or is driven on a reef; Because it's cheap and brittl...Rate it:

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In Cabin'd Ships At Sea
Walt Whitman
IN cabin'd ships, at sea, The boundless blue on every side expanding, With whistling winds and music of the waves--the large imperious ...Rate it:

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Sailing Ships
Victoria Sackville-West
Lying on Downs above the wrinkling bay I with the kestrels shared the cleanly day, The candid day; wind-shaven, brindled turf; Tall cliffs; and lon...Rate it:

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Little Ships
Lesbia Harford
The little ships are dearer than the great ships For they sail in strange places, They lean nearer the green waters. One may count by wavelets h...Rate it:

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Those must be masts of ships the gazer sees
Lesbia Harford
Those must be masts of ships the gazer sees On through the little gap in the park trees So far away that seeing almost fails. Those must be mast...Rate it:

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Each day I see the long ships coming into port
Christopher John Brennan
Each day I see the long ships coming into port and the people crowding to their rail, glad of the shore: because to have been alone with the sea ...Rate it:

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The face that launch'd a thousand ships
Christopher Marlowe
Was this the face that launch'd a thousand ships, And burnt the topless towers of Ilium? Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss. Her lips suck f...Rate it:

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Where Ships of Purple—gently toss
Emily Dickinson
Where Ships of Purple—gently toss— On Seas of Daffodil— Fantastic Sailors—mingle— And then—the Wharf is still! Rate it:

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With ships the sea was sprinkled
William Wordsworth
WITH ships the sea was sprinkled far and nigh, Like stars in heaven, and joyously it showed; Some lying fast at anchor in the road, Some veering...Rate it:

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With ships the sea was sprinkled far and nigh
William Wordsworth
With ships the sea was sprinkled far and nigh, Like stars in heaven, and joyously it showed; Some lying fast at anchor in the road, Some veering...Rate it:

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The Two Ships
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
On the sea of life they floated, Brothers twain in manhood's pride, And the good ship 'Temperance' bore them, Safely o'er the stormy tide. Not a th...Rate it:

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Burnt Ships
Henrik Johan Ibsen
TO skies that were brighter Turned he his prows; To gods that were lighter Made he his vows. The snow-land's mountains Sank in the deep; Sun...Rate it:

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The Slave Ships
John Greenleaf Whittier
'ALL ready?' cried the captain; 'Ay, ay!' the seamen said; 'Heave up the worthless lubbers, — The dying and the dead.' Up from the slave-ship's pri...Rate it:

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The Sailing Of The Long-Ships
Sir Henry Newbolt
They saw the cables loosened, they saw the gangways cleared, They heard the women weeping, they heard the men that cheered; Far off, far off, the t...Rate it:

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The Heathen Pass-ee
Arthur Clement Hilton
Which I wish to remark, And my language is plain, That for plots that are dark And not always in vain, The heathen Pass-ee is peculiar, And the sam...Rate it:

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Time Pass.
Nikhil Parekh
I meticulously counted the number of waves; rising and falling in the majestically undulating sea, I sang occasionally with the birds; humming a my...Rate it:

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At crow's nest pass
Emily Pauline Johnson
At Crow's Nest Pass the mountains rend Themselves apart, the rivers wend A lawless course about their feet, And breaking into torrents beat I...Rate it:

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