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As I Ebb'd With the Ocean of Life
Walt Whitman
water and all the land of the globe. Fascinated, my eyes reverting from the south, dropt,Rate it:

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A LOVELY PART OF FOLKLORE
Liam Ó Comain
during early childhood I became Fascinated with wild-life and the robin along With the blackbird shRate it:

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An Autumn Sunset
Edith Wharton
balked, yet stands at bay. Mid-zenith hangs the fascinated day In wind-lustrated hollows crystallinRate it:

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Elemental Drifts
Walt Whitman
and all the land of the globe. Fascinated, my eyes, reverting from the south, dropt, tRate it:

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Food and its victorious power.
Nikhil Parekh
was a harbinger of bountiful humanity, It fascinated the young and the old with its astounding frRate it:

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I measure every Grief I meet (561)
Emily Dickinson
Cross-- And how they're mostly worn-- Still fascinated to presume That Some--are like My Own-- Rate it:

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Lines in Praise of the Lyric Club Banquet
William Topaz McGonagall
I gave them from "Macbeth", They were so much fascinated they almost lost their breath. The audieRate it:

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On The Boulevard
Robert William Service
that night. She will come and come each day, Fascinated by the sight. Then somehow he'll get to knoRate it:

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Pleasures (Translation with the original German,
Bertolt Brecht
look from morning's window The rediscovered book Fascinated faces Snow, the change of the seasons TRate it:

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The Creole Girl; Or, The Physician’s Story
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
down, 'Neath which the faint soul fascinated lies, Struck by the cold sneer, or the with'ring froRate it:

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The Great Explosion
Robinson Jeffers
No wonder we are so fascinated with fireworks And our huge boRate it:

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The River of Leith
William Topaz McGonagall
Bridge and viewed the beautiful scenery, I felt fascinated and my heart was full of glee, And I excRate it:

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The Sea's Temptation
Anon
her ways Tempt her calendar, measure her days Fascinated at her ever unpredictable ways PrognosticRate it:

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TO PÁDRAIG PEARSE
Liam Ó Comáin
to converse with you, Pádraig, for your writings fascinated me from Early in my youth and, of coursRate it:

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