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The Walker of the Snow
Charles Dawson Shanly
falling low,— Before us lies the valley Of the Walker of the Snow! Rate it:

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The Walker
Kurt Philip Behm
One foot in front of the other… that’s usually enough One thought no longer indentured captive or rebuffed One heart in search of love a ne...Rate it:

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The Loving Shepherdess
Robinson Jeffers
and shouting together. 'Who's that? ' 'Clare Walker,' they said, 'down from the hill. She'd fifRate it:

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Lob
Edward Thomas
three years.' This lasted till A girl proposed Walker of Walker's Hill, 'Old Adam Walker. Adam's PoRate it:

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Preamble (A Rough Draft For An Ars Poetica)
Jean Cocteau
satin that I place in position pink tightrope walker sucked up by the void to the left to Rate it:

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A Conflict Sure
Kurt Philip Behm
As a walker, I like pavement As a traveler, open space As a thinker, I prefer logic As a mystic, only grace A conflict sure, all age ...Rate it:

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Ballade of Ancient Acts
Franklin P. Adams
show? Ben Harney's where? And Artie Hall? Nash Walker, Darktown's grandest beau? Into the night Rate it:

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Granny
James Whitcomb Riley
Ellen's in her lap, 10 And Wade and Silas Walker 11 Both's a-ridin' on her foot, 12 AnRate it:

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Igo And Ago
James Whitcomb Riley
on earth! Iram, coram, dago. Wade and Silas-Walker cry,-- 'Igo and Ago-- Annie's kissin' 'em 'goodRate it:

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Irish Nocturne
Clive Staples Lewis
or the man with the face of clay, The grey, grey walker who used to pass Over the rock-arch nightlyRate it:

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Limerick:There was a Young Girl of Majorca
Edward Lear
Girl of Majorca, Whose aunt was a very fast walker; She walked seventy miles, And leaped fifteen stRate it:

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Mr. Bojangles—Dance
Kurt Philip Behm
Mawr Pennsylvania: 1971) ‘With Jerry Jeff Walker At The Main Point’Rate it:

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My Heart at Evening
Georg Trakl
bound in the pasture, The red maple rustles, The walker along the road sees ahead the small tavernRate it:

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Short & Dear
Kurt Philip Behm
November, 1972) ‘Dinner With Jerry Jeff WalkerRate it:

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The Boy and the Mantle
Thomas Percy
can shee flee. She curst the weaver and the walker That clothe that had wrought, And bade a vengeaRate it:

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The Criminal V
Khalil Gibran
of strong body, weakened by hunger, sat on the walker's portion of the street stretching his hand tRate it:

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The Dauntless Three
Andrew Barton Paterson
me?" Then out spake bold Herminius Millen, And Walker out spake he, "We will abide on either sidRate it:

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The Happy Gardeners
Edward George Dyson
“Clarkson, forward to the socks!” Our floor-walker was a major, with a nozzle like a peach, AndRate it:

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The Hill
Edgar Lee Masters
Towny Kincaid and Sevigne Houghton, And Major Walker who had talked With veneravle men of the revRate it:

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The Round Tower of Clondalkin
Anonymous
— I think this commendation is recorded in Walker’s Essay on the National Dress of Ireland. % CupRate it:

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The Summer Girl
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
if a gentleman is near. She's a sturdy little walker and she braves all kinds of weather, And whenRate it:

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The Swagman
Andrew Barton Paterson
dinner, don't you see. And then my name is Walker. Oh! don't you pity me. I'm a swagman, &c. And noRate it:

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Trivia ; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London : Book II.
John Gay
implements for wintry ways; Has taught the walker, with judicious eyes, To read the various warniRate it:

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Trivia ; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London : Book III
John Gay
the Strand Where the low pent-house bows the walker's head, And the rough pavement wounds the yieldRate it:

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Trivia; or the Art of Walking the Streets of London: Book I.
John Gay
renew their oyster-cries: Then let the prudent walker shoes provide, Not of the Spanish or Morocco Rate it:

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