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The Battle of the Bight
William Watson
its mouth outright, And bit them in the Bight, The Bight of Helgoland. With Captains who could eacRate it:

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A Song of Rain
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
with sheer delight. From Beltana to The Bight, In the Mallee's sun-scorched towns, In the sheds on Rate it:

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A Word to Texas Jack
Henry Lawson
the stock an’ stations to the Great Australian Bight. You can’t count the bulls an’ bisons that yRate it:

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For He Was a Jolly Good Fellow
Henry Lawson
out of memory clean, He’s rolling through the Bight on board the All Serene. His heart’s like half Rate it:

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Hannah Thomburn
Henry Lawson
at Fremantle For I wanted to hope through the Bight. There’s a gentleman, reading, shall know it, Rate it:

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Hunted Down
Henry Kendall
the foam of the bay, and facing the fangs of the bight, With a great cruel cry on his way, he dasheRate it:

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Lovers and a Reflection
Charles Stuart Calverley
green endowing, And O the sun-dazzle on bark and bight! Thro' the rare red heather we danced togetRate it:

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Mine-Sweepers
Rudyard Kipling
-- the first ebb making Lumpy and strong in the bight. Boom after boom, and the golf-hut shaking Rate it:

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On the Lighthouse at Antibes
Mathilde Blind
star; Or sees that flame sole Regent of the bight, When storm, hoarse rumoured by the hills afar,Rate it:

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Seaward to____
Celia Thaxter
and I Heard, clearly ringing from the shadowy bight, The loon’s unearthly cry! Southwest the wind Rate it:

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The Angels of Buena Vista
John Greenleaf Whittier
I how it thickens I now retreat and now advance! Bight against the blazing cannon shivers Puebla's Rate it:

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The City Bushman
Henry Lawson
sweeps the population to the Great Australian Bight. It is up in Northern Queensland that the seasRate it:

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The Folk-Mote By The River
William Morris
white As the mace reeds stand in the streamless bight, There rose a man on the mound alone And oveRate it:

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The Junk and the Dhow
Rudyard Kipling
Amboyna to the Great Australian Bight! Once there was a sailor-man singing just this way-- (Too Rate it:

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The Mine-Sweepers
Rudyard Kipling
-- the first ebb making Lumpy and strong in the bight. Boom after boom, and the golf-hut shaking Rate it:

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The Rhyme Of The Three Sealers
Rudyard Kipling
fur, When the ~Northern Light~ drove into the bight and the sea-mist drove with her. The ~Baltic~Rate it:

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The Spring Oracle
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
bird so bright, Blossom-songster, cuckoo bight! In the fairest time of year, Dearest bird, oh! deigRate it:

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The Widow's Party
Rudyard Kipling
four niggers to carry me off, As I lay in the bight of a canvas trough, When the Widow give theRate it:

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To. W. P.
George Santayana
III Your bark lies anchored in the peaceful bight Until a kinder wind unfurl her sail; Your dRate it:

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Uncle Ned’s Tales: How The Flag Was Saved
John Boyle O'Reilly
to make you see the spot as I can see it still. Bight before us, o'er the battle-field, the fall wRate it:

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Wallabi Joe
Andrew Barton Paterson
night, And he hobbled his horse in a sheltered bight; Next day of old Joe he found not a track, So Rate it:

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With Dickens
Henry Lawson
my abode— A little crescent from the street, A bight from City Road; And, hard up and in exile, I TRate it:

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