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The Zenana - 8 Kishen Kower
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
in their cells; The other caressing her white antelope, In all the young beauty of life and of hopeRate it:

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Ah, Moon—and Star!
Emily Dickinson
a Chamois' Silver Boot— And a stirrup of an Antelope— And be with you—Tonight! But, Moon, and StarRate it:

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An Octopus
Marianne Moore
in the perspective of the peaks. A special antelope acclimated to 'grottoes from which issue penetrRate it:

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Alastor: or, the Spirit of Solitude
Percy Bysshe Shelley
by the gentle meaning of his looks, And the wild antelope, that starts whene'er The dry leaf rustleRate it:

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Although I put away his life
Emily Dickinson
little Boot I know— Would leap abroad like Antelope— With just the grant to do— His weariest CommaRate it:

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Anashuya And Vijaya
William Butler Yeats
stirless feet The joyous flocks of deer and antelope, Who never hear the unforgiving hound. Swear! Rate it:

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Black Bess
Eliza Cook
left a trace, On the road or the turf, of her antelope pace. The pistol was levelled, what was it tRate it:

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Custer: Book Third
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
shall reappear. The elk, the deer, the bounding antelope, Shall here return to grace each grassy slRate it:

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Escape
Elinor Morton Wylie
eat the last gold grape, And the last white antelope is killed, I shall stop fighting and escape Rate it:

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From 'Lines In Memory Of Edmund Morris'
Duncan Campbell Scott
fleet of foot, Who, in his prime, a herd of antelope From sunrise, without rest, a hundred miles DrRate it:

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Hiawatha And Mudjekeewis
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Left the fleetest deer behind him, Left the antelope and bison; Crossed the rushing Esconaba, CRate it:

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His Destiny Wed
Kurt Philip Behm
In the song of the antelope, the Prince heard his Queen Now locked in a convent, her beauty unseen The tower still distant, its ramparts on...Rate it:

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Hunting Of Pau-Puk Keewis, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
forest, Ran the cunning Pau-Puk-Keewis; Like an antelope he bounded, Till he came unto a streamlet Rate it:

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Now let no charitable hope
Elinor Morton Wylie
Confuse my mind with images Of eagle and of antelope: I am by nature none of these. I was, beiRate it:

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Perception Of A Jungle
Nikhil Parekh
of owl, entangled network of crisscrossed antelope horn, mammoth silky strands of African spider Rate it:

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Scene in Kattiawar
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
; She was my spear's accustom'd prize, The antelope hath not such eyes. Now my sweet captive loves Rate it:

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Strathcona's Horse
William Henry Drummond
bugles ringing shrill, Startling the prairie antelope, the grizzly of the hill. 'Tis the voice of Rate it:

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The Bloody Sire
Robinson Jeffers
tooth whittled so fine The fleet limbs of the antelope? What but fear winged the birds, and hungeRate it:

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The Count Of Hapsburg
Friedrich Schiller
forth a valorous knight, In pursuit of the antelope flying. His hunting-spear bearing, thRate it:

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The Dying Slave
William Lisle Bowles
down the mountain-slope, O'ertake the nimble antelope; Or lead the dance, 'mid blissful bands, On cRate it:

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The Hill Of San Sebastian
William Henry Drummond
star on de prairie floor, An' watch de spotted antelope was feedin' ev'ry side, How did we gain itRate it:

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The Hunting Of Pau-Puk Keewis
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
forest, Ran the cunning Pau-Puk-Keewis; Like an antelope he bounded, Till he came unto a streamlet Rate it:

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The Rocks
William Makepeace Thackeray
I was a timid little antelope; My home was in the rocks, the lonely rocks. I saw the hunters scouring on the plain; I lived among the rocks, the l...Rate it:

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The Scapegoat
Andrew Barton Paterson
snorted, and wildly cavorted, A light-hearted antelope "out on the ramp", Then stopped, looked arRate it:

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The Skipping-Rope
Alfred Lord Tennyson
SURE never yet was antelope Could skip so lightly by. Stand off, or else my skipping-rope Will hit you in the eye. How lightly Whirls the skipping-...Rate it:

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