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The White-Footed Deer
William Cullen Bryant
here, when sang the whippoorwill, She cropped the sprouting leaves, And here her rustling steps werRate it:

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Cleared
Rudyard Kipling
mangled stallion's scream at night, the tail-cropped heifer's low. Who set the whisper going first?Rate it:

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From: An Evening Revery
William Cullen Bryant
blade of the ground Has risen, and herds have cropped it; the young twig Has spread its plaited tisRate it:

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In Arthur's House
William Morris
laid The while his horse 'twixt sun and shade Cropped the sweet grass: but little care Had these ofRate it:

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King Goodheart
William Schwenck Gilbert
of every tree Promoted everybody. Ambassadors cropped up like hay, Prime Ministers and such as theRate it:

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Ode To A Child
Mathilde Blind
show On winter moss and heath'ry wild, And soft-cropped grasses undefiled, In all the shifting spleRate it:

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Oxford Cheese Ode
James McIntyre
nearly robbed of all their charms, O'er cropped the weary land grew poor And nearly barren as a mooRate it:

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Rhomboidal Dirge
George Wither
ago, (you cruel powers!) In spite of fortune, cropped contentment's sweetest flowers, And yet unscoRate it:

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The Demoniac of Gadara
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
they have slain Behemoth the great ox, who daily cropped A thousand hills for food, and at a draughRate it:

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The Flood of Years
William Cullen Bryant
diadem goes down beside The felon’s with cropped ear and branded cheek. A funeral-train—the torrentRate it:

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The Grasse-hopper
Richard Lovelace
streams. But ah the sickle! -golden ears are cropped; Ceres and Bacchus bid good-night; Sharp frosRate it:

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The Hunter's Moon
Mathilde Blind
Hunter's Moon rides high, High o'er the close-cropped plain; Across the desert sky The herded clRate it:

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The Lady With The Sewing-Machine
Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
Across the fields as green as spinach, Cropped as close as Time to Greenwich, Stands a high house; if at all, Spring comes like a Paisley shawl — ...Rate it:

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The Philistine And The Bohemian
Robert William Service
Doll!" Clutched her hair and a pair of shears, Cropped and bobbed it behind the ears; Aimed at a waRate it:

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The Singing Of The Magnificat
Edith Nesbit
cattle strayed to graze, Sheep in the meadows cropped the grasses cool, And silver fish shone thrRate it:

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The Thorkild's Song
Rudyard Kipling
us a gale, and watch us come, With close-cropped canvas slashing home! But--there's no wind on allRate it:

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The Vineyard
Rudyard Kipling
he shouldered through the lines Of our cropped and mangled vines, His unjaded eye could scan How eaRate it:

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The Wildy Ones
Robert William Service
glade, Where pearly sheep in quiet mood Cropped unafraid; But how I loved in lapsing drowse Rate it:

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Tommy's Dead
Sydney Thompson Dobell
There's not a blade will grow, boys, 'Tis cropped out, I trow, boys, And Tommy's dead. Send thRate it:

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