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Freedom Deserts
Kurt Philip Behm
pushing down, hope abandoned —freedom deserts (Strafford Pennsylvania: February, 2017)Rate it:

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The Deserts Of Dim Sleep
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I went into the deserts of dim sleep-- That world which, like an unknown wilderness, Bounds this with its recesses wide and deep-- Rate it:

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The Caravan in the Deserts
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Call it not Loneliness, to dwell In woodland shade, or hermit dell; To pierce the forest's twilight maze, Or from the Alpine summit gaze; For N...Rate it:

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Avec ses vêtements ondoyants et nacrés (With Waving Opalescense In Her Gown)
Charles Baudelaire
staffs. Like the dull sand and the blue of deserts, Both of them unfeeling toward human sufferingRate it:

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The Fate of the Explorers (A Fragment)
Henry Kendall
Set your face toward the darkness — tell of deserts weird and wide, Where unshaken woods are huddled, and low, languid waters glide; Turn and tell ...Rate it:

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A la gloire du vent
Emile Verhaeren
- Toi qui t'en vas là-bas, Par toutes les routes de la terre, Homme tenace et solitaire, Vers où vas-tu, toi qui t'en vas ? - J'aime le vent, l...Rate it:

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A Tiny Grain of Sanf
A Tiny Grain of Sand
I can Like those that surround me, I escape the deserts hand From a land unforgiving across an oceRate it:

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By The Fireside : Sand Of The Desert In An Hour-Glass
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
handful of red sand, from the hot clime Of Arab deserts brought, Within this glass becomes the spy Rate it:

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Eclogue the Second Hassan
William Taylor Collins
we these less pleasing to behold Than dreary deserts, if they lead to gold? Sad was the hour and Rate it:

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La Captive (The Turkish Captive)
Victor Marie Hugo
I hear deep murmurs That in the deserts rise; Soft mingling with the music The Genii's voices pour,Rate it:

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Memories Of The Pacific Coast
Alfred Noyes
winter long the skies are blue, And the brown deserts blossom with the rose. Deserts of all delighRate it:

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Saint John Baptist
William Henry Drummond
King, Girt with rough skins, hies to the deserts wild, Among that savage brood the woods forth brRate it:

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The Men Who Made Australia
Henry Lawson
from horses, ripped by cattle, lost on deserts; and the weak, Mad through loneliness or drink (no mRate it:

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Towards The Hearbeat Of Omnipotent Life.
Nikhil Parekh
There were an infinite despairingly acrid deserts; which so aridly lead you; forever towards the Rate it:

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La Petite Couturière
Maurice Rollinat
Elle s’en vient à travers champs, Le long des buissons qui renaissent Pleins de murmures et de chants ; Elle s’en vient à travers champs. Là-bas, s...Rate it:

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Love and Sacrifice
Bernard O'Dowd
With Luxury have wed. Fair Art deserts the mass, And loiters with the gay; Rate it:

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Passage To India
Walt Whitman
onions--the barren, colorless, sage-deserts; I see in glimpses afar, or towering immediRate it:

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The Guitar Player
Sonia Walker
tour bus, he's seen them all----the farmlands, deserts, mountains, woods and skyscraper cities. BRate it:

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The Deep-Sea Cables
Rudyard Kipling
are. There is no sound, no echo of sound, in the deserts of the deep, Or the great gray level plainRate it:

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The Wish
Abraham Cowley
She who is all the world, and can exclude In deserts solitude. I should have then this only fRate it:

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Gods of the East
Rudyard Kipling
Because I sought it far from men, In deserts and alone, I found it burning overhead, The jewel of a Throne. Because I sought--I sought it so And s...Rate it:

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Song: Go, lovely rose!
Edmund Waller
have her graces spied, That hadst thou sprung In deserts, where no men abide, Thou must have uncommRate it:

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The Winter Lakes
William Wilfred Campbell
of winter, Wastes of desolate woods, deserts of water and shore; A world of winter and deRate it:

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Unspoken Words
John Boyle O'Reilly
voice, But let it like a shining river roll To deserts dry,—to hearts that would rejoice. Oh! letRate it:

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Arsenal at Springfield, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
loud, amid the universal clamor, O'er distant deserts sounds the Tartar gong. I hear the FlorentinRate it:

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