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King Stephen
John Keats
OF A TRAGEDY ACT I. SCENE I. Field of Battle. Alarum. Enter King STEPHEN, Knights, and Soldiers. StRate it:

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An Argument
Vachel Lindsay
forget how wild we are How human breasts adore alarum bells. You house us in a hive of prigs and saRate it:

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Belfry of Bruges, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the land with terror smote; And again the wild alarum sounded from the tocsin's throat; Till the bRate it:

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Drum-Taps
Walt Whitman
Aroused and angry, I thought to beat the alarum, and urge relentless war; But soon my fingers fail'd me, my face droop'd, and I resign'd ...Rate it:

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Epistle To My Brother George
John Keats
after times.—The patriot shall feel My stern alarum, and unsheath his steel; Or, in the senate thunRate it:

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In Rufum. Catul. Ep. 64
Richard Lovelace
quaedam mala fabula, qua tibi fertur Valle sub alarum trux habitare caper. Hunc metuunt omnes, neRate it:

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Independence
Charles Churchill
some magic spell? As soon as heard, Like an alarum bell on Night's dull ear, Doth it strike louder,Rate it:

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The Armada
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
arose the answering fires; At once the wild alarum clashed from all her reeling spires; From all Rate it:

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The Belfrey of Bruges
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the land with terror smote; And again the wild alarum sounded from the tocsin's throat; Till theRate it:

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The Bells
Edgar Allan Poe
III Hear the loud alarum bells- Brazen bells! Rate it:

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The Cumberland
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
at times from the fortress across the bay The alarum of drums swept past, Or a bugle blast From theRate it:

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The Cumberland
Ralph Waldo Emerson
at times from the fortress across the bay The alarum of drums swept past, Or a bugle blast From Rate it:

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The Dead
John Le Gay Brereton
merely that their own souls rose and cried Alarum when they heard the sudden wail Of stricken freedRate it:

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The Eagle, The Sow, And The Cat
Anne Kingsmill Finch
she scratch'd the Door; The Eagle, ne'er alarum'd so before, Bids her come in, and look the CauseRate it:

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The Fire Alarm
Thomas Cowherd
Nigher still and nigher Seem the tones of the 'Alarum bell' borne on the air! Awaking with a start,Rate it:

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The Missionary - Canto Seventh
William Lisle Bowles
the streamers flew; The rampart-guns a dread alarum gave, Smoke rolled, and thunder echoed o'er theRate it:

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The Point Of Taste
George Meredith
time. Sound them their clocks, with loud alarum trump, Or watches ticking temporal at their fobs, YRate it:

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The Voice Of The Man Impatient With Visions And Utopias
Vachel Lindsay
forget how wild we are How human breasts adore alarum bells. You house us in a hive of prigs and saRate it:

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The Wound Dresser
Walt Whitman
me; (Arous'd and angry, I'd thought to beat the alarum, and urge relentless war, but soon my fingeRate it:

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