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Tristesses de la lune (Sorrows Of The Moon)
Charles Baudelaire
poet, enemy of sleep, In the hollow of his hand catches this pale tear, With the iridescent refleRate it:

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Hamar-Made Matches
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
fast. And oh! This song at your heart-strings catches, That kindling your thanks may glow. The matRate it:

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Honors
Friedrich Schiller
after wave through the glory has passed, Just catches, and flies as it catches, the beam So honorsRate it:

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Lui et Elle
David Herbert Lawrence
toothless mouth, She has no qualm when she catches my finger in her steel overlapping gums, But sheRate it:

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A Disillusionment of Ten O'Clock
Wallace Stevens
an old sailor, Drunk and asleep in his boots, Catches Tigers In red weather. Rate it:

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Dover To Munich
Charles Stuart Calverley
her lithe arms stretches O'er peasants singing catches - And you'll make no end of sketches, I shouRate it:

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The Star-Spangled Banner
Francis Scott Key
blows, half conceals, half discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam, In fullRate it:

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In Camp Before Philippsburg
Voltaire
the band, And loudly sings, with voice sonorous, Catches, which they repeat in chorus. Oh! people bRate it:

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The Farm Woman's Winter
Thomas Hardy
now his ploughshare rusts. So savage winter catches The breath of limber things, And what I loveRate it:

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A Death in the Bush
Henry Kendall
stir to wayward themes, and close With bodeful catches. Once she moved away, Half-deafened by terriRate it:

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A Little Song
Amy Lowell
In a single flash, while your streaming hair Catches the stars and pulls them down To shine on sRate it:

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A Roxbury Garden
Amy Lowell
Minna stops. Her hoop wavers an instant, But she catches it up on her stick. 'Listen, Stella!' BothRate it:

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Agamemnon In The Fight
George Meredith
the Argives. Now, as when fire voracious catches the unclipped woodland, This way bears it and thaRate it:

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Apple-Blossom
Mathilde Blind
boughs on high, Framed in rosy wreaths, one catches Brief kaleidoscopic snatches Of deep lapis-lRate it:

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As in the Midst of Battle there is Room
George Santayana
gently woos us to employ Our grief in idle catches. Such is youth; Till from that summer's traRate it:

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Autumn
Christina Georgina Rossetti
A spider's web blocks all mine avenue; He catches down and foolish painted flies, That spider wRate it:

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Beachy Head
Charlotte Smith
The sloop, her angular canvas shifting still, Catches the light and variable airs That but a litRate it:

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Beloved, Let Us Once More Praise The Rain
Conrad Potter Aiken
There is an acorn cup, beside a mushroom Which catches three drops from the stooping cloud. The Rate it:

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Beyond All Barriers
Ehsan Sehgal
dreams It holds a strong feeling It catches all signs, Which waves by its beloved True love becomesRate it:

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Body And Soul
Lesbia Harford
desire. On one of the walls A looking glass Catches my image as I pass. Austerely from mirroredRate it:

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Canto 49
Ezra Pound
blaze alone on the river. Where wine flag catches the sunset Sparse chimneys smoke in the cross liRate it:

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Canto XLIX: For the Seven Lakes
Ezra Pound
blaze alone on the river. Where wine flag catches the sunset Sparse chimneys smoke in the cross liRate it:

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Cassandra
George Meredith
that by day Up the daylight twists, and, pale, Catches air in leaps that fail, Crushed by the invetRate it:

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Catching All
Kurt Philip Behm
The tide of redemption, —catches all in its wake (Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2016)Rate it:

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Chorus
Algernon Charles Swinburne
the weight of its leaves, But the berried ivy catches and cleaves To the limbs that glitter, the feRate it:

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