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How funny it would be if dreamy I
Lesbia Harford
How funny it would be if dreamy I Should leave one book behind me when I die And that a book of Law—this silly thing Just written for the money ...Rate it:

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Sonnet C. In dreamy days of boyhood and of youth
Henry Alford
In dreamy days of boyhood and of youth Sweet Poesy whispered often in mine ear; And I could then with voice distinct and clear Repeat her ditties: ...Rate it:

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In India's Dreamy Land
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
In India's land one listens aghast To the people who scream and bawl; For each caste yells at a lower caste, And the Britisher yells at them all. ...Rate it:

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Night After The Picnic
Abram Joseph Ryan
they rocked upon the bay. And ---- 'Dreamy! Dreamy! Dreamy!' When the song's sweet life was o'er, Rate it:

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The Birds' Lullaby
Emily Pauline Johnson
your branches sing, And we drowse to your dreamy whispering. II Sing to us, cedars; the night-winRate it:

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Ciel Brouillé (Cloudy Sky)
Charles Baudelaire
they blue, gray or green?) Alternately tender, dreamy, cruel, Reflect the indolence and pallor ofRate it:

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A Vision Of Twilight
Archibald Lampman
near, When from many a shadow steeple Sounds of dreamy bells begin, And I love the gentle people ThRate it:

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Almon Keefer
James Whitcomb Riley
supine Beneath their favorite tree, with dreamy eyes And Argo-fandes voyaging the skies. 'Tales of Rate it:

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Child of Dawn
Harold Monro
drawn By kindred impulse over silver tides The dreamy way To me. I need thy hands, O gentle woRate it:

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Daphne
George Meredith
where oft she paused and stood; All her dreamy warmth revolving, While the chilly waters wooed. LiRate it:

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Fata Morgana
Christina Georgina Rossetti
singing as it leaps along To sheep-bells with a dreamy sound A dreamy song. I laugh, it is so brisRate it:

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Les Bijoux (The Jewels)
Charles Baudelaire
upon me, like a tamed tigress, With a vague, dreamy air she was trying poses, And by blending canRate it:

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The Genesis of the Butterfly
Victor Marie Hugo
Spring time, when we think of all the lays That dreamy lovers send to dreamy mays, Of the fond heRate it:

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The Old Manor House
Ada Cambridge
the wood— Hearing a mavis far away, piping his dreamy interludes, While gusts of soft wind, sweet Rate it:

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The Story of a Soul
James Brunton Stephens
I heard the world pass by me with a far-off dreamy cadence Of an alien music uninformed with meaninRate it:

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The Summer Pool
William Cosmo Monkhouse
branches sleep, Save where they leave one dreamy space of blue, O’er whose soft stillness ever anRate it:

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At the River-Crossing
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
there stayed the blue sky's color In your dreamy dark-blue eyes. How the sun-god's bright caresRate it:

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Brother and Sister
George Eliot
to my thought; And on its banks I sat in dreamy peace, Unknowing how the good I loved was wroughtRate it:

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Oh say not that my heart is cold
Charles Wolfe
oft those solemn scenes I view In rapt and dreamy sadness; Oft look on those who loved them too WitRate it:

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Saša Milivojev - EYES
Saša Milivojev
eyes’ shine tells How lonely they are How dreamy they are For a touch A fleeting touch Saša MilivRate it:

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Srahmandazi
Sir Henry Newbolt
lovest, here is she, thy bride.' Hushed and dreamy lay the House of Dying, Dreamily the sunlight uRate it:

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Swags Up!
John Le Gay Brereton
brief regret with every welcome day. Dear dreamy earth, receding flickering lamp, Dear dust whereinRate it:

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The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God
John Milton Hayes
crossed the barrack square she could hear the dreamy air Of a waltz tune softly stealing thro' the Rate it:

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Desert Dreams
Sonia Walker
evening breeze, caresses her high-boned cheeks, dreamy, almond eyes stare toward the parched mountaRate it:

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Paris Day By Day: A Family Epistle
Richard Le Gallienne
wit, To sit and sip the cloudy green, With dreamy hints of speech between; Or, may be, flashing alRate it:

(4.00 / 1 vote)

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