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Eastern Song
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
him by those eyes that shine, By that strange Eastern speech of thine, And by thy feet—those tinyRate it:

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To The Eastern Shore
Paul Laurence Dunbar
is bes'. I know de moon is shinin' down erpon de Eastern sho', An' de bay's a-sayin' 'Howdy' to de Rate it:

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Guard of the eastern gate
Emily Pauline Johnson
Halifax sits on her hills by the sea In the might of her pride,-- Invincible, terrible, beautiful, she With a sword at her side. To right an...Rate it:

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An Eastern Tale
David John Scott
Adressed To Mrs. S.C. Choate A Persian lady we're informed- This happened long, long years before The Christian era ever dawned, A thousand years,...Rate it:

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Eastern Song
Louisa Stuart Costello
By the brightness of the morning ray, By the deepest shades of night— Thy beauty has not pass'd away; 'Tis ever in my sight. No sorrow e'er c...Rate it:

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On The Eastern Front
Georg Trakl
The ominous anger of masses of men Is like the wild organ of the winter storm, The purple surge of battle, Leafless stars. With broken eye...Rate it:

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The Eastern Question
Ambrose Bierce
Looking across the line, the Grecian said: 'This border I will stain a Turkey red.' The Moslem smiled securely and replied: 'No Greek has ever for ...Rate it:

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The Eastern Shrike-Tit
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I am brightly alert and exceedingly pert, And my livery's easily seen; With a bright golden breast and a black-and-white crest, And a back of indef...Rate it:

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Luke Havergal
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Havergal. No, there is not a dawn in eastern skies To rift the fiery night that's in your eyes; BuRate it:

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Pagett, M.P.
Rudyard Kipling
hinted that life was dear. He babbled of "Eastern Exile," and mentioned his home with tears; But I Rate it:

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A Ship Sails up to Bideford
Herbert Asquith
the misty English trees. She comes from Eastern islands; The sun is in her hold; She bears the fruRate it:

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Eclogue the First Selim
William Taylor Collins
virtuous mind. When sweet and odorous, like an eastern bride, The radiant morn resumed her orientRate it:

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If Thou Wilt Ease Thine Heart
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
washes The rim o' the sun to-morrow, In eastern sky, But wilt thou cure thine heart Of love, and Rate it:

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Marmion: Canto 6 (excerpt)
Sir Walter Scott
For, flashing on the hedge of spears The eastern sunbeam shines. Their front now deepeniRate it:

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Ode To The Setting Sun
Francis Thompson
round thee in thy fall? High was thine Eastern pomp inaugural; But thou dost set in statelier pageaRate it:

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Songs From “Death’s Jest-Book” II - Dirge
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
washes The rim o’ the sun to-morrow, In eastern sky. But wilt thou cure thine heart ORate it:

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St, Francis Xavier
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
ignorance makes tame, He dwelt, and sowed an Eastern Church's seeds He reigned, a teacher and a pRate it:

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The Columbiad: Book VII
Joel Barlow
of battle. Thus view'd the Pair; when lo, in eastern skies, From glooms unfolding, Gallia's coastRate it:

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The Hearth Eternal
Vachel Lindsay
learned and devout, Behind our hamlet on the eastern hill. Three sons she had, who went to find theRate it:

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The Passing Show
Ambrose Bierce
city where the restless multitude, Between the eastern and the western deep Had reared gigantic fabRate it:

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The Rajah’s Sapphires
Victor James Daley
are they, but midst them lonely, Like an exiled Eastern Princess In a strange land far from kindredRate it:

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The Rose-Bud
William Shenstone
it to wanton in the blaze; A gale succeeds from eastern skies, And all its blushing radiance dies. Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 C (The Ladye Adeline)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
cloud of curls That hung o'er her brow were eastern pearls, As if to tell their wealth of snow, HowRate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 5
Joel Barlow
glad steps may seem their walks to tread; While eastern coasts and kingdoms, wrapp'd in night, ArisRate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 6
Joel Barlow
Cornwallis.. Thus view'd the sage. When, lo, in eastern skies, From glooms unfolding, Gallia's coasRate it:

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