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The Horse and Cart Ferry
Henry Lawson
him no more, And, of course, by the passenger ferry, A sight on the passenger ferry. Now this is aRate it:

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Ferry Me Across The Water
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Ferry me across the water, Do, boatman, do.’ ‘If you've a penny in your purse I'll ferry you.’ ‘I have a penny in my purse, And my eyes are b...Rate it:

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The Kessack Ferry-Boat Fatality
William Topaz McGonagall
and roar Along the Black Isle and the Kessack Ferry shore, Whereby six men were drowned, which theiRate it:

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Broughty Ferry
William Topaz McGonagall
Ancient Castle of Broughty Ferry With walls as strong as Londonderry; Near by the sea-shore, Where oft is heard and has been heard the cannon's roa...Rate it:

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Crossing Brooklyn Ferry
Walt Whitman
how curious you are to me! On the ferry-boats, the hundreds and hundreds that cross, reRate it:

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At The Ferry
Archibald Lampman
On such a day the shrunken stream Spends its last water and runs dry; Clouds like far turrets in a dream Stand baseless in the burning sky. On such...Rate it:

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On A Ferry Boat
Richard Francis Burton
THE RIVER widens to a pathless sea Beneath the rain and mist and sullen skies. Look out the window; ’t is a gray emprise, This piloting of ...Rate it:

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The Ferry
Edith Nesbit
DRAW close the curtains, and shut out The spring's green glow and glitter; The resurrection-life of spring To me brings no fresh blossoming; I'...Rate it:

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The Runcorn Ferry
Marriott Edgar
days afore Transporter Bridge were put up, A ferryboat lay in the slip, And old Ted the boatman wRate it:

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Coomera
Henry Lawson
man who owned the wherry at the first Coomera ferry Who was sitting cold and lonely while he counteRate it:

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Corporal Schnapps
Henry Clay Work
mit another man. Ah! mine fraulein! You ish so ferry unkind! You coes mit Hans to Zhermany to liveRate it:

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The Tearful Tale Of Captain Dan
Ellis Parker Butler
this old skeesicks, Captain Dan, He owned a ferryboat; From East Skiddaw to Skiddaw West That vesseRate it:

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Above Lavender Bay
Henry Lawson
of Italy— Of Italy and Spain— I see the busy ferry boats Come nosing round again. To the toy statioRate it:

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Recuerdo
Franklin P. Adams
We had gone back and forth all night on the ferry. It was bare and bright, and smelled like a staRate it:

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Recuerdo
Edna St. Vincent Millay
We had gone back and forth all night upon the ferry. It was bare and bright, and smelled likeRate it:

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January Morning
William Carlos Williams
among the cobbles! VIII -- and the rickety ferry-boat "Arden"! What an object to be called "ArRate it:

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Lord Ullin's Daughter
Thomas Campbell
give thee a silver pound To row us o'er the ferry!''-- ``Now, who be ye, would cross Lochgyle, Rate it:

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Then Farewell My Tridonotuse-Built Wherry
Charles Dibdin
coat and badge, farewell! Never more at Chelsea ferry Shall your Thomas take a spell. Then farewellRate it:

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A Jack-At-All-Views
Ambrose Bierce
fetch, and carry was your humble trade, And ferry Stanford over in a boat, Well paid if he bestowedRate it:

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A New Heaven
Wilfred Owen
are cursed and banned; -Let's die home, ferry across the Channel! Thus Shall we live gods there. DRate it:

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A Ripple Song
Rudyard Kipling
Dainty foot and tender heart, Wait the loaded ferry-raft. "Wait, ah, wait!" the ripple saith; "MaidRate it:

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Adventure of a Poet
Robert Fuller Murray
he knew a girl named Riley At Broughty Ferry, Who might be, if she only chose, As great a star, Rate it:

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An Autumn Sunset
Edith Wharton
perpetually awakening breath? Shall Time not ferry me to such a shore, Over such sailless seas, To Rate it:

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Antony Villa
Henry Lawson
with the newsboys on the Quay across the ferry, And he’d very often tip ’em coming home a trifle meRate it:

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By The Annisquam
Madison Julius Cawein
and berry, And o'er dark pools, the wild-fowl ferry, Leans dreaming 'neath the wilding cherry: AutuRate it:

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