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The Alien Boy
Mary Darby Robinson
'Twas on a Mountain, near the Western Main An ALIEN dwelt. A solitary Hut Built on a jutting crag, o'erhung with weeds, Mark'd the poor Exile's hom...Rate it:

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England In Egypt
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
fifes and drums of England Thrilling all the alien air! — And 'England, England, England,' I heard Rate it:

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Sydney Cove, 1788
Roderic Quinn
the thoughts of yore; And paining her sense were alien skies, An alien sea and an alien shore. In gRate it:

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The Soul Of The Anzac
Roderic Quinn
more, For low it lies in a soldier's grave By an alien sea on an alien shore; And over its sleep noRate it:

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A Christ-child Day in Australia
Ethel Turner
mouths she blessed. ’Tis in no alien land I sit, Almost it is mine own. Its fiRate it:

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Abraham
Edwin Muir
of names Learned from strange peoples speaking alien tongues, And all that was theirs one day he woRate it:

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Cassandra
George Meredith
as water, bursts remote Round her ears the alien din, While her little sullen chin Fills the hollowRate it:

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Dedication Of 'The Dream Of Man' To London, My Hostess
William Watson
thy greatness sing In loftier times, Suffer an alien muse to bring Her votive rhymes. Yes, alien iRate it:

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Echoes
Frank Wilmot
it not enough That your wharves are piled with alien merchandise - Must your young soul be floodedRate it:

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England
William Wilfred Campbell
isle under her lee. And if ever the smoke of an alien gun Should threaten her iron repose, ShoulderRate it:

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Euroclydon
Henry Kendall
Northern Sea: For the storm-cloven Cape Is an alien Shape With a fearful face! and it moans, andRate it:

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Fuchsia Hedges In Connacht
Padraic Colum
you here Demoiselles! For so I greet you in this alien air! And like those maidens who were only kRate it:

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Hakim Kahn
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
years ago than I can tell, I met a man of alien race And came to know and like him well; A humble hRate it:

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Marguerite
John Greenleaf Whittier
sorrow the buds and the robins knew! Sick, in an alien household, the poor French neutral lay; IntoRate it:

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Reminiscence
Padraic Colum
I The Swallows sang ALIEN to us are Your fields, and your cotes, and your glebes; Secret our nests are Although they be built in your eaves; Un-eat...Rate it:

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Son of a Fool
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
psort and trade Was the Fool, who scoffed at an alien raid. Little he recked of the gathering clouRate it:

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The Buried Life
Matthew Arnold
knew they lived and moved Trick'd in disguises, alien to the rest Of men, and alien to themselves--Rate it:

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The Cloud's Swan-Song
Francis Thompson
or ill, to tell me there is none. For 'tis an alien tongue, of alien things, From all men's care, Rate it:

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The Hermit of Mont-Blanc
Mary Darby Robinson
From the social scenes Of human energy an alien driv'n, He almost had forgot the face of Man.-- No Rate it:

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The Seeker
Roderic Quinn
to roam, To keep my soul and self apart, An alien without hearth and home — With me who wander 'tisRate it:

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The Trap
Robinson Jeffers
I am not well civilized, really alien here: trust me not. I can understand the guns and the airplanes, The other conveniences leave me cold. 'We m...Rate it:

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Time’s Changes In A Household
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
gaze bedimmed that yearned for home rested on alien skies, And alien watchers wiped death’s damps, Rate it:

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To Youth
Sarojini Naidu
together, thou and I; Together drunk of many an alien dawn, And plucked the fruit of many an alieRate it:

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We climbed that hill,
Lesbia Harford
among the sea-grass. I had learned Some of your alien sense of beauty, line Preferred to colour, Rate it:

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Where a Roman Villa Stood, Above Freiburg
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
On alien ground, breathing an alien air, A Roman stood, far from his ancient home, And gazing, murmured, 'Ah, the hills are fair,
But not the...Rate it:

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