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April On Waggon Hill
Sir Henry Newbolt
Lad, and can you rest now, There beneath your hill! Your hands are on your breast now, But is your heart so still? 'Twas the right death to die, la...Rate it:

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Waggon Hill
Sir Henry Newbolt
Drake in the North Sea grimly prowling, Treading his dear _Revenge's_ deck, Watched, with the sea-dogs round him growling, Galleons drifting wreck ...Rate it:

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Woak Hill
William Barnes
When sycamore leaves wer a-spreadèn Green-ruddy in hedges, Bezide the red doust o' the ridges, A-dried at Woak Hill; ...Rate it:

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The White Road Up Athirt The Hill
William Barnes
WHEN high hot zuns da strik right down, An' burn our zweaty fiazen brown, An' zunny hangens that be nigh Be back'd by hills so blue's the sky; Then...Rate it:

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The Inauguration of the Hill o' Balgay
William Topaz McGonagall
Beautiful Hill o' Balgay, With your green frees and flowers fair, 'Tis health for the old and young For to be walking there, To breathe the fragran...Rate it:

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The Hill
Edgar Lee Masters
Where are Elmer, Herman, Bert, Tom, and Charley, The weak of will, the strong of arm, the clown, the boozer, the fighter? All, all, are sleeping ...Rate it:

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The River and the Hill
Henry Kendall
And they shook their sweetness out in their sleep On the brink of that beautiful stream, But it wandered along with a wearisome song Like a love...Rate it:

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When The Sun's Behind The Hill
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There's a soft and peaceful feeling Comes across the farming hand As the shadows go a-stealing Slow along the new-turned land. The lazy curling smo...Rate it:

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The Hill Of San Sebastian
William Henry Drummond
I ought to feel more satisfy an' happy dan I be, For better husban' dan ma own, it 's very hard to fin' An' plaintee woman if dey got such boy an' ...Rate it:

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A Ballade of Jakko Hill
Rudyard Kipling
One moment bid the horses wait, Since tiffin is not laid till three, Below the upward path and straight You climbed a year ago with me. Love came...Rate it:

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Ode on a nearer prospect of summer hill
Richard Harris Barham
O Summer Hill! if thou wert mine, I'd order in a pipe of wine, And ask a dozen friends to dine. In faith, I would not spare the guineas, But se...Rate it:

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The Ballad of Jakko Hill
Rudyard Kipling
One moment bid the horses wait, Since tiffin is not laid till three, Below the upward path and straight You climbed a year ago with me. Love came u...Rate it:

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The Little Hill
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Oh, here the air is sweet and still, And soft's the grass to lie on; And far away's the little hill They took for Christ to die on. And there's a ...Rate it:

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Under the Shadow of Kiley's Hill
Andrew Barton Paterson
This is the place where they all were bred; Some of the rafters are standing still; Now they are scattered and lost and dead, Every one from the...Rate it:

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Agnes And The Hill-Man
William Morris
TRANSLATED FROM THE DANISH. Agnes went through the meadows a-weeping, Fowl are a-singing. There stood the hill-man heed thereof keeping. Agnes, fa...Rate it:

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Sketch From Bowden Hill After Sickness
William Lisle Bowles
How cheering are thy prospects, airy hill, To him who, pale and languid, on thy brow Pauses, respiring, and bids hail again The upland breeze, the ...Rate it:

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The Christ upon the Hill
William Cosmo Monkhouse
Part I. A couple old sat o'er the fire, And they were bent and gray; They burned the charcoal for their Lord, Who lived long leagues away. Deep...Rate it:

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The Dreary Change {The sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill}
Sir Walter Scott
The sun upon the Weirdlaw Hill, In Ettrick's vale, is sinking sweet; The westland wind is hush and still, The lake lies sleeping at my feet. Ye...Rate it:

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A Lady red—amid the Hill
Emily Dickinson
A Lady red—amid the Hill Her annual secret keeps! A Lady white, within the Field In placid Lily sleeps! The tidy Breezes, with their Brooms— Sweep...Rate it:

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Dancing On The Hill-Tops
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Dancing on the hill-tops, Singing in the valleys, Laughing with the echoes, Merry little Alice. Playing games with lambkins In the flowering v...Rate it:

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In France I Saw A Hill
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
In France I saw a hill-a gentle slope Rising above old tombs to greet the gleam From soft spring skies. Beyond these skies dwells hope, But those g...Rate it:

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Limerick: There Was an Old Man on a Hill
Edward Lear
There was an Old Man on a hill, Who seldom, if ever, stood still; He ran up and down, In his Grandmother's gown, Which adorned that Old Man on a hi...Rate it:

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Malvern Hill
Herman Melville
Ye elms that wave on Malvern Hill In prime of morn and May, Recall ye how McClellan's men Here stood at bay? While deep within yon forest dim Our r...Rate it:

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Quaker Hill
Harold Hart Crane
Perspective never withers from their eyes; They keep that docile edict of the Spring That blends March with August Antarctic skies: These are bu...Rate it:

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The Bridge: Quaker Hill
Harold Hart Crane
Perspective never withers from their eyes; They keep that docile edict of the Spring That blends March with August Antarctic skies: These are...Rate it:

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