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A Ballad of Footmen
Amy Lowell
on their jaws They lap at it, drunk with its ferment, and laws So patiently builded, are nothing tRate it:

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Absolutely Clear
Shams al-Din Hafiz
So quickly. Let it cut more deep. Let it ferment and season you As few human Or even divine iRate it:

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Agatha
Alfred Austin
stoops, she plucks a flower. She feels the ferment of the hour: She broodeth when the ringdove Rate it:

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An Ode For St. Cecilia's Day
Joseph Addison
strings and melting voices, The tuneful ferment rises high, And works with mingled melody: Quick diRate it:

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Book1 Prologue
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
fire of love that inspires the flute, l 'Tis the ferment of love that possesses the wine. The fluteRate it:

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Ce que dit la bouche d'ombre (I)
Victor Marie Hugo
Les fleurs souffrent sous le ciseau, Et se ferment ainsi que des paupières closes ; Toutes les femRate it:

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Celestial Heights
Alfred Austin
swell, And demons jeer and hiss. 'Mid such a ferment what is Man? He sits beneath the rainbow's spRate it:

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Don Juan: Canto the Eleventh
George Gordon Lord Byron
of good and ill Where London streets ferment in full activity, While everything around wRate it:

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Fragments
Alan Seeger
vapors passed and there was nought but Love, A ferment turbulent, intensely fair, Where Beauty beRate it:

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La mort
Emile Verhaeren
nécropoles, dont les portes, Ni nuit ni jour, ne ferment plus. Tragique et noire et légendaire, LeRate it:

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La vie ardente
Emile Verhaeren
tourment Qui la travaille avec fureur, comme un ferment, Pour élargir sa vie et soulever sa force.Rate it:

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Le Flacon (The Perfume Flask)
Charles Baudelaire
qui voltige Dans l'air troublé; les yeux se ferment; le Vertige Saisit l'âme vaincue et la pousse àRate it:

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Les Phares (The Beacons)
Charles Baudelaire
à l'ombre Des glaciers et des pins qui ferment leur pays; Rembrandt, triste hôpital tout rempli deRate it:

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Lux In Tenebris
George Essex Evans
the quenchless fever of unrest. Then rose a ferment and an exaltation, And all men’s souls were tRate it:

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Ode to Joy
Anonymous Americas
soul of all creation, It is her secret ferment fires The cup of life with flame. 'Tis at her beck tRate it:

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Ode to Walt Whitman
Federico García Lorca
themselves in the dawn. Agony, agony, dream, ferment, and dream. This is the world, my friend, agoRate it:

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Parabole
Emile Verhaeren
tomber des ombres. Elles s'ouvrent et se ferment sur l'eau Toutes grandes, comme des mantes ; EtRate it:

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Queen Mab: Part IX.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
with the brand of God. Then steadily the happy ferment worked; Reason was free; and wild though pasRate it:

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Sitôt que nos bouches se touchent
Emile Verhaeren
nous apparaît. La joie est à nos yeux le seul ferment du monde Qui se mûrit et se féconde, InnombrRate it:

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Sonnet 10
Alan Seeger
sweet within. Renouncing both, a flake in the ferment Of battling hosts that conquer or recoil, Rate it:

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The Ballad Of The Northern Lights
Robert William Service
Unrest, Reckless spirits of fierce revolt in the ferment of the West. We were bound to win and we rRate it:

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The Golden Legend: IV. The Road To Hirschau
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
as the newest, wine Begins to stir itself, and ferment, With a kind of revolt and discontent At beiRate it:

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The time has come for us to become madmen in your chain
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
and run like fire to the tavern. Until we ferment, we shall not escape from this vat of the worldRate it:

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To The Royal Society (excerpts)
Abraham Cowley
Till all their juice did in one vessel join, Ferment into a nourishment divine, The thirsty Rate it:

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Universally Respected
James Brunton Stephens
Biggs had vanished; all the town was in a ferment; For if ever man was looked to for an edifying enRate it:

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