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When the Bush Begins to Speak
Henry Lawson
know us yet in England, when the bush begins to speak; When the bush begins to speak, When the bushRate it:

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My Searching Begins
Kurt Philip Behm
laughter still hides —and my searching begins (Thanksgiving: November, 2016)Rate it:

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My Wait Begins Again
Kurt Philip Behm
collar frozen and my soul on fire, —as my wait begins again (Villanova Pennsylvania: October, 2016Rate it:

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New Verse Begins
Kurt Philip Behm
with each ensuing breath, —new verse begins (Villanova Pennsylvania: August, 2016)Rate it:

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Poetry Begins
Kurt Philip Behm
Where science ends poetry begins The wonder of it all —questioned again (Villanova Pennsylvania: April, 2015)Rate it:

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Sonnet 38: This Night While Sleep Begins
Sir Philip Sidney
This night while sleep begins with heavy wings To hatch mine eyes, and that unbitted thought Doth fall to stray, and my chief powers are brought ...Rate it:

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The End Begins
Kurt Philip Behm
never came Rising out of sublimation —the end begins again (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 20Rate it:

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Until The Melt Begins
kurt Philip Behm
me buried inside this moment, —until the melt begins (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 2014)Rate it:

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When Bells stop ringing—Church—begins
Emily Dickinson
When Bells stop ringing—Church—begins The Positive—of Bells— When Cogs—stop—that's Circumference— The Ultimate—of Wheels. Rate it:

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Where The When Begins
Kurt Philip Behm
past and future grieve Learning where the when begins —a moments destiny (Villanova PennsylvaniaRate it:

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Where Thunder Begins
Kurt Philip Behm
clouds that are hidden, —where thunder begins (Villanova Pennsylvania: January, 2017)Rate it:

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Tommy
Rudyard Kipling
it's "Thank you, Mister Atkins", when the band begins to play, The band begins to play, my boysRate it:

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Prisoner, The - (A Fragment)
Emily Jane Brontë
is the check - intense the agony - When the ear begins to hear, and the eye begins to see; When theRate it:

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School Rhymes
James Clerk Maxwell
class at school, And when in the fifth class begins his power, And he begins to teach us, from thRate it:

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The Barrel-Organ
Alfred Noyes
(and oh, so near to London!) And when the rose begins to pout and all the chestnut spires are out Rate it:

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The Prisoner
Emily Jane Brontë
is the check -intense the agony - When the ear begins to hear, and the eye begins to see; When theRate it:

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The Prisoner. A Fragment
Emily Jane Brontë
is the check-intense the agony When the ear begins to hear and the eye begins to see; When the puRate it:

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Every Thing
Harold Monro
at me. The old impetuous Gas above my head Begins irascibly to flare and fret, Wheezing into itRate it:

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Yaksha the Great
Friend of Yakshsa
...9:15. That concludes our ceremonies. And begins your career at Honex Industries! Will we pick ouRate it:

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Astrophel And Stella-First Song
Sir Philip Sidney
all song of praise is due; Only in you my song begins and endeth. Who hath the eyes which marry stRate it:

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Fantasy pt. I
Mario William Vitale
the greenn grass with moss the lovely maiden begins to sip on a cup of tea with a bisquit crumbs arRate it:

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For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffry (excerpt, Jubilate Agno)
Christopher Smart
having done duty and received blessing he begins to consider himself. For this he performs in ten dRate it:

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from Jubilate Agno, Fragment B, lines 695-768
Christopher Smart
having done duty and received blessing he begins to consider himself. For this he performs in ten dRate it:

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I think the longest Hour of all
Emily Dickinson
by— But slowest instant—ends— The Pendulum begins to count— Like little Scholars—loud— The steps gRate it:

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Jubilate Agno (excerpt)
Christopher Smart
For having done duty and received blessing he begins to consider himself. For this he perforRate it:

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