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The Pure Norwegian Flag
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
I Tri-colored flag, and pure, Thou art our hard-fought cause secure; Thor's hammer-mark of might Thou bearest blue in Christian white, And all our ...Rate it:

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The English Flag
Rudyard Kipling
Above the portico a flag-staff, bearing the Union Jack, remained fluttering in the flames for some time, but ultimately when it fell the ...Rate it:

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The Flag
Julia Ward Howe
There's a flag hangs over my threshold, whose folds are more dear to me Than the blood that thrills in my bosom its earnest of liberty; And dear ar...Rate it:

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Flag Song
Frank Samuel Williamson
Dear flag! Old flag! O, the blue and white, Floating in the years long gone, How our pulses beat, Mocking at defeat, Following the standard on. Pr...Rate it:

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Our Own Flag
Andrew Barton Paterson
to the outbound ship To fight for the English flag. The English flag, it is ours in sooth We standRate it:

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When the Irish Flag Went By
Henry Lawson
sigh That rose within my bosom when The Irish Flag went by. Bright flags were raised about it And Rate it:

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Fling Out The Flag
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
the Australian Labour Federation) FLING out the Flag! Let her flap and rise in the rush of the eagRate it:

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The Dear Old Flag
Julia A Moore
Oh! we love that dear old flag, That our forefathers gave Over one hundred years ago, boys, They once stood under that dear flag, But now they are ...Rate it:

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Australia's Forgotten Flag
Henry Lawson
ago. For the leader won his crown, Though the flag was trampled down, For it rose in Melbourne towRate it:

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Fling Out The Anti Slavery Flag
Anonymous Americas
Fling out the Anti-slavery flag On every swelling breeze; And let its folds wave o'er the land, And o'er the raging seas, Till all beneath the stan...Rate it:

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The Flag
Julia A Moore
the summer air. We love to see that starry flag, Wave in peace with ease, And its colors, red, whitRate it:

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Raising The Flag
Robert William Service
Behold! the Spanish flag they're raising Before the Palace courtyard gate; To watch its progress bold and blazing Two hundred patient people wait. ...Rate it:

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The American Flag
Joseph Rodman Drake
of war, The harbingers of victory! III. Flag of the brave! thy folds shall fly, The sign ofRate it:

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The Australian Flag
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
PURE blue Flag of heaven With your silver stars, Not beside those Crosses' Blood-stained torture-bars: Not beside the token The foul sea-harlot gav...Rate it:

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The Flag of the Free
Eliza Cook
is he Who would scruple to die 'neath the Flag of the Free! It may trail o'er the halyards-a bulleRate it:

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Hope Is a Tattered Flag
Carl Sandburg
Hope is a tattered flag and a dream of time. Hope is a heartspun word, the rainbow, the shadblow in white The evening star inviolable over the coal...Rate it:

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Sleeping for the Flag
Henry Clay Work
true-lov'd country, brother, Sleeping for the flag you bore. You were the first on duty, brother, Rate it:

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The Blue-Flag In The Bog
Edna St. Vincent Millay
encompassed round by fire, Stood a blue-flag in a bog! Little flames came wading out, Straining, sRate it:

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The Flag of our Destinies
Henry Lawson
a nation named to the world! And the six-starred flag of our destinies on every port unfurled! God Rate it:

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The First Black Flag
Victor Marie Hugo
JOB. Hast thou ne'er heard men say That, in the Black Wood, 'twixt Cologne and Spire, Upon a rock flanked by the towering mountains, A castle stand...Rate it:

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The Red Flag
William Makepeace Thackeray
Where the quivering lightning flings His arrows from out the clouds, And the howling tempest sings And whistles among the shrouds, 'Tis pleasant, '...Rate it:

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Uncle Ned’s Tales: How The Flag Was Saved
John Boyle O'Reilly
‘TWAS a dismal winter's evening, fast without came down the snow, But within, the cheerful fire cast a ruddy, genial glow O'er our pleasant little...Rate it:

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Freedom's Battle-Song
Katharine Lee Bates
RED, white, blue, the flag that leads us on, Stripes as red as blood well shed by many a hero gone. Now 'tis ours to storm the towers of tyranny an...Rate it:

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Hawker, the Standard Bearer
Andrew Barton Paterson
and the tempest driving through, It carried a flag and it carried a crew, Now what would that be?Rate it:

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Kittie’s Toys
Dora Sigerson Shorter
a gallant man is he. I wish I had a bright flag, a gay flag, a dear flag, I would love a fair flag Rate it:

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