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The Little Black Cormorant
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
with a hook in his beak.' 'Tis the little black cormorant raiding your creek. And woe to the fisheRate it:

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A Descriptive Ode
Charlotte Smith
soothe the pensive ear; But high the croaking cormorant flies, And mews and hawks with clamorous crRate it:

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Memorabilia of Last Week
Thomas Moore
yearly, Eat up a small baby - those cormorant sinners, The Bankrupt-Commissioners bolt very nearly Rate it:

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Picture-Writing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
and eagle, crane and hen-hawk, And the cormorant, bird of magic; Headless men, that walk the heavenRate it:

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Rizpah
William Cullen Bryant
driven the vulture and raven away; And the cormorant wheeled in circles round, Yet feared to alightRate it:

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Safe And Sound
Ezra Pound
My name is Nunty Cormorant And my finance is sound, I lend you Englishmen hot air At one and three the pound. I lend you Englishmen hot air And I ...Rate it:

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Suicide's Stone
Robinson Jeffers
of dead desire, Whether abundance killed the cormorant In a happy hour, or sleep or death Drowned hRate it:

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The Devil's Thoughts
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
both of one college, For I myself sate like a cormorant once Fast by the tree of knowledge. Down tRate it:

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The Shag
Celia Thaxter
high on the top of the crag?" "'T is the cormorant, dear little brother; The fishermen call it thRate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XIV: Picture-Writing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
and eagle, crane and hen-hawk, And the cormorant, bird of magic; Headless men, that walk the heavenRate it:

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The Spirit Of Navigation
William Lisle Bowles
in hollow cliffs did wail, And there all day the cormorant did cry, While with sunk eye, and mattedRate it:

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To Everlasting Oblivion
John Marston
THOU mighty gulf, insatiate cormorant, Deride me not, though I seem petulant To fall into thy chops. Let others pray Forever their fair poems fl...Rate it:

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