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Bereaved of all, I went abroad
Emily Dickinson
Bereaved of all, I went abroad— No less bereaved was I Upon a New Peninsula— The Grave preceded me— Obtained my Lodgings, ere myself— And when I s...Rate it:

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Cupid Abroad Was Lated
Robert Greene
CUPID abroad was lated in the night, His wings were wet with ranging in the rain; Harbor he sought, to me he took his flight To dry his plumes. ...Rate it:

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It makes no difference abroad
Emily Dickinson
It makes no difference abroad— The Seasons—fit—the same— The Mornings blossom into Noons— And split their Pods of Flame— Wild flowers—kindle in th...Rate it:

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Of all the Sounds despatched abroad
Emily Dickinson
Of all the Sounds despatched abroad, There's not a Charge to me Like that old measure in the Boughs— That phraseless Melody— The Wind does—working ...Rate it:

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Home Thoughts, From Abroad
Robert Browning
Oh, to be in England Now that April's there, And whoever wakes in England Sees, some morning, unaware, That the lowest boughs and the brushwood she...Rate it:

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A Visit from Abroad
James Brunton Stephens
A speck went blowing up against the sky As little as a leaf: then it drew near And broadened. -- ' It's a bird,' said I, And fetched my bow and ...Rate it:

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A Visit from Abroad
James Stephens
A speck went blowing up against the sky As little as a leaf: then it drew near And broadened. -- ' It's a bird,' said I, And fetched my bow and ar...Rate it:

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Home Thoughts from Abroad
Norah M. Holland
April in England–daffodils are growing By every wayside, golden, tall and fair; April–and all the little winds are blowing The scents of spring...Rate it:

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The Debtor Abroad
Ambrose Bierce
Grief for an absent lover, husband, friend, Is barely felt before it comes to end: A score of early consolations serve To modify its mouth's deject...Rate it:

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TO THE MAIDS, TO WALK ABROAD
Robert Herrick
Come, sit we under yonder tree, Where merry as the maids we'll be; And as on primroses we sit, We'll venture, if we can, at wit; If not, at draw-gl...Rate it:

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Tour Abroad of Wilfrid the Great
Alexander MacGregor Rose
By Jean Baptiste Trudeau. W'en Queen Victoria calls her peup's For mak' some Jubilee, She sen' for men from all de worl' -- And from her colonie....Rate it:

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The Complaints Of The Poor
Robert Southey
complain? The rich man asked of me,-- Come walk abroad with me, I said And I will answer thee. TwaRate it:

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Aglaia: A Pastoral
Nicholas Breton
be Aglaia yet, Though the Muses die for it; Come abroad, ye blessèd Muses, Ye that Pallas chiefly cRate it:

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Muiopotmos, Or The Fate Of The Butterflie
Edmund Spenser
or houres in ease to wast, But ioy'd to range abroad in fresh attire; Through the wide compas of thRate it:

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O Death, O Death, Rock Me Asleep
Anonymous Americas
out my doleful knell; Thy sound my death abroad will tell, For I must die, There Rate it:

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Temora - Book VIII
James Macpherson
in mist. But when the stride of the king came abroad, with all his gray dewy locks in the wind; theRate it:

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Hyperion. Book II
John Keats
Phoebe wandered; And many else were free to roam abroad, But for the main, here found they covert dRate it:

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A Winter Piece
William Cullen Bryant
snow, And all was white. The pure keen air abroad, Albeit it breathed no scent of herb, nor heard LRate it:

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Agnes And The Hill-Man
William Morris
thou art come the churchyard anear Thou cast not abroad thy golden hair. “So that when thou standeRate it:

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Alma; or, The Progress of the Mind. In Three Cantos. - Canto II.
Matthew Prior
But shall we take the Muse abroad, To drop her idly on the road, And leave our subject in the middle, As Butler did his Bear and Fiddle? Yet he, co...Rate it:

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An Ode to the Queen on Her Jubilee Year
William Topaz McGonagall
the innocent voices of the children at home or abroad Ascend with cheerful shouts to the throne of Rate it:

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Annus Mirabilis, The Year Of Wonders, 1666
John Dryden
Holland grown, Crouching at home and cruel when abroad: Scarce leaving us the means to claim our owRate it:

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Arion to a Dolphin, On His Majesty's passage into England.
Katherine Philips
was Prince so much beseiged, At home provok'd, abroad obliged; Nor ever Man resisted thus, No noRate it:

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ASTRÆA REDUX. A Poem, on the Happy Restoration and Return of His Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second
John Dryden
clouds draw down the lab'ring skies, Ere yet abroad the winged thunder flies, An horrid stillnessRate it:

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Dinner and Dinty
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
fear to his innocent mind. He was merely abroad for a country stroll: And where lay the peril in thRate it:

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