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Sketch From Bowden Hill After Sickness
William Lisle Bowles
lines of sunshine, and of shadow, streak The farthest distance; where the passing light Alternate fRate it:

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The Tree of Laughing Bells
Vachel Lindsay
Where to Go to Get the Laughing Bell "To the farthest star of all, Go, make a moment's raid. To Rate it:

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Voyage to the Moon
Archibald MacLeish
on our waters silver, O silver evasion in our farthest thought - "the visiting moon" &quRate it:

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American Feuillage
Walt Whitman
hawk sailing where men have not yet sail'd--the farthest polar sea, ripply, crystalline, oRate it:

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The Solitary Reaper
William Wordsworth
Breaking the silence of the seas Among the farthest Hebrides. Will no one tell me what Rate it:

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Upon A Snail
John Bunyan
quickly they come to, Though it doth seem the farthest off to be. One act of faith doth bring them Rate it:

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Confessions
Robert Browning
June weather Blue above lane and wall; And that farthest bottle labelled "Ether" Is the house o'ertRate it:

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Echoes
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the cities and the country places, even to the farthest limit of Back-o'-beyond. Hearken brothers!Rate it:

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A Hymn
James Thomson
my heart to beat! Should fate command me to the farthest verge Of the green earth, to distanRate it:

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Monadnoc
Ralph Waldo Emerson
the ploughman's highest line, Over the owner's farthest walls;— Up!—where the airy citadel O'erlookRate it:

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24 X 7 X 365
Nikhil Parekh
of mirages drew hordes of organisms from the farthest quarter of the earth; making them ebullientlyRate it:

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A Clock Stopped -- Not The Mantel's
Emily Dickinson
A clock stopped -- not the mantel's Geneva's farthest skill Can't put the puppet bowing That just now dangled still. An awe came on the trin...Rate it:

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A Meditation On Rhode-Island Coal
William Cullen Bryant
wide shall spread thy fame, And swiftly; farthest Maine shall hear of thee, And cold New Brunswick Rate it:

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A Scene At The Banks Of The Hudson
William Cullen Bryant
clouds come and go, And from the green world's farthest steep I gaze into the airy deep. LoveliestRate it:

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A Sonnet of Battle
William Gay
radiance lies With doubtful glimmer on the farthest hills, How long shall men, reiterant of tRate it:

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A To Z Immortal Love
Nikhil Parekh
its stupendously charming fragrance to the farthest point of the globe; but perpetually ensuring thRate it:

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A Vision Of Twilight
Archibald Lampman
can tell the paths and seasons Of the farthest suns that shine. How the moth-wing's iridescence By Rate it:

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Aforetime
Thomas Sturge Moore
through the bright spacious noon, Beyond the farthest isle, whose filmy shape Floats faint on the sRate it:

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All’s Well
John Greenleaf Whittier
through the shadowy lens of even The eye looks farthest into heaven On gleams of star and depths ofRate it:

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Anchored
Paul Laurence Dunbar
here summons me, I could swim out beyond the farthest star, Break every barrier of circumstance thaRate it:

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August
James Whitcomb Riley
across the valley's drooping sweep, Withdrawn to farthest limit of the glade, The forest stands in Rate it:

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Ben Nevis: A Dialogue
John Keats
have them close! Red Crag, there lies beneath my farthest toe A vein of Sulphur -- go dear Red CragRate it:

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Black Harry's Team
Andrew Barton Paterson
That breaks a horse's heart. Beyond the farthest bridle track His wheels have blazed the wayRate it:

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Britannia Rediviva: A Poem on the Birth of the Prince
John Dryden
Just on the day, when the high-mounted sun Did farthest in his northern progress run, He bended fRate it:

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Celestial Love
Ralph Waldo Emerson
cords of love so public are, They intertwine the farthest star. The throbbing sea, the quaking eartRate it:

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