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The Train Misser
James Whitcomb Riley
world my eyes has bin-- Ef I hain't missed that train ag'in! Chuff! And whistle! And toot! And ringRate it:

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Hellbound Train
Anonymous Americas
brain To dream that he rode on a hell-bound train. The engine with murderous blood was damp And waRate it:

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Saving a Train
William Topaz McGonagall
bridge on stormy nights, And warn the on-coming trains of danger with the red lights; So, on this sRate it:

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The Hell-Bound Train
Anonymous Americas
brain To dream that he rode on a hell-bound train. The engine with murderous blood was damp And wRate it:

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The shut-eye train
Eugene Field
pretty cap and gown, Don't detain The Shut-Eye train - "Ting-a-ling!" the bell it goeth, "Toot-tootRate it:

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NEVER SAW THE TRAIN COMING
Hubbs
tracks are still there for all to see The train's coming in The train's coming in The trained coRate it:

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She Rode the Train to Glory
Sonia Walker
She rode the train to glory, Her star was shining throughout the territory, They called her the princess with red hair, Her eyes were blue and skin...Rate it:

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00:13: Train Ride Inspiration
Kenneth R. Jenkins
The night train moves Quickly in the night's air And the noise from the train Keeps a steady beat lugging home. I gotten a buzz of inspiration ...Rate it:

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A Promised Fast Train
Ambrose Bierce
unroll. I saw that magical life-laden train Flash its long glories o'er Nebraska's plain. I saw iRate it:

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Song of a Train
John Davidson
As swift as thought Across the land The train. The song it sings Has an iron sound; Its ironRate it:

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The Midnight Train
Mario William Vitale
running in full blast there come the midnight train fallen emblems of parting quest in full view ofRate it:

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In the Train
James Thomson
AS we rush, as we rush in the Train, The trees and the houses go wheeling back, But the starry heavens above the plain Come flying on our ...Rate it:

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In the Train
James Thomson
As we rush, as we rush in the Train, The trees and the houses go wheeling back, But the starry heavens above the plain Come flying on our track....Rate it:

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A Gallop from the Train
William Henry Ogilvie
faster Than we'd take 'em if we were not on a train! And there's not a soul before us but the huntsRate it:

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On The Night Train
Henry Lawson
Have you seen the bush by moonlight, from the train, go running by? Blackened log and stump and sapling, ghostly trees all dead and dry; Here a p...Rate it:

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Steam Train
Mario William Vitale
but costs a reasonable amount of pelf, The Steam Train Hotel is yer place in the town of Antonito, Rate it:

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To an Old Lady in a Train
Alice Duer Miller
in one so old. We talked ten minutes in a train, And when we came to part again, Good-bye, enjoy Rate it:

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Faintheart In A Railway Train
Thomas Hardy
At nine in the morning there passed a church, At ten there passed me by the sea, At twelve a town of smoke and smirch, At two a forest of oak and b...Rate it:

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In The Train, And At Versailles
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
In a dull swiftness we are carried by With bodies left at sway and shaking knees. The wind has ceased, or is a feeble breeze Warm in the sun. Th...Rate it:

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On The Train
Harriet Monroe
I THE lady in front of me in the car, With little red coils close over her ears, Is talking with her friend; And the circle of ostrich foam aro...Rate it:

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The Missed Train
Thomas Hardy
How I was caught Hieing home, after days of allure, And driven to an inn—small, obscure— At the junction, fret-fraught! How civil my face To get t...Rate it:

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The Railway Train
Emily Dickinson
I like to see it lap the miles, And lick the valleys up, And stop to feed itself at tanks; And then, prodigious, step Around a pile of mountains,...Rate it:

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The Train
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
A green eye-and a red-in the dark. Thunder-smoke-and a spark. It is there-it is here-flashed by. Whither will the wild thing fly? It is rushing, ...Rate it:

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The train dogs
Emily Pauline Johnson
Out of the night and the north; Savage of breed and of bone, Shaggy and swift comes the yelping band, Freighters of fur from the voiceless land...Rate it:

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To a Lady Seen From the Train
Frances Darwin Cornford
O why do you walk through the fields in gloves, Missing so much and so much? O fat white woman whom nobody loves, Why do you walk through the field...Rate it:

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