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The Battle of Life
Owen Suffolk
the vanguard of the battle Foremost comes our foeman Sin, Like a giant in his prowess, With an aRate it:

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A Meditation
Herman Melville
they lay So near opposed in trench or pit, That foeman unto foeman called As men who screened in taRate it:

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Battle Of Hastings - II
Thomas Chatterton
worthe to pryze, To blame a friend and give a foeman prayse. The fickle moone, bedeckt wythe sylverRate it:

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Donal Campbell
William Henry Drummond
lonely hill- side, Donal' Campbell met the foeman, And the glen of Athol Moray will never see him mRate it:

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The Angels of Buena Vista
John Greenleaf Whittier
on, in strange confusion, friend and foeman, foot and horse, Like some wild and troubled torrent swRate it:

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The Battle
Friedrich Schiller
on the hill-top shines in flowing, "See you the foeman's banners waving?" "We see the foeman's bannRate it:

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The Feud: A Border Ballad
Adam Lindsay Gordon
my father my birthright divide, Our lands with a foeman to share.' The knight stood erect in the Rate it:

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To My Liars
Ambrose Bierce
with the noble aim of one whose heart Values his foeman for he loves his art The veteran debater moRate it:

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All Saints
Edith Wharton
us for a sterner strain. And, when flood or foeman shakes the sleeper In his moment’s lapse from pRate it:

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The Paradox
Paul Laurence Dunbar
me and smile to have thought me Aught save the foeman of death. Come to me, brother, when weary, Rate it:

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A Demagogue
Ambrose Bierce
flash of it; See how the slash of it Misses the foeman to mangle the sheath! 'Boom, boom, boom! I'Rate it:

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After The Battle
Richard Chenevix Trench
Baptiz’d in flame and fire; We saw the foeman’s sullen strength, That grimly made retire— Rate it:

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Alfred’s Song
Alfred Austin
warships And keels high-beakëd; And never a foeman, Eastward or westward, Shall dare to raven Her sRate it:

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An Appeal to Women
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
have we not fought your battles! (Hark! The foeman's armor rattles!) Would ye be his toys and chatRate it:

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An Eastern Tale
David John Scott
they never lacked The power to beat a foeman back. Thermopylae, so famed in Grecian story Is but anRate it:

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Anticlimax
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
ah, what verbal lightnings round my foeman's head might play If I once became a freeman of the candRate it:

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Australian War Song
Henry Kendall
their fetters to the ground; When the foeman seeks your stations, Will you willing slaves be found?Rate it:

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Befire the Battle
Thomas Moore
O'er his watch-fire's fading embers Now the foeman's cheek turns white, When his heart that fieRate it:

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Beranger's My Last Song Perhaps (January 1814)
Eugene Field
torch and cruel sword And boisterous drums her foeman comes, I curse him and his vandal horde! YetRate it:

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Book Of Paradise - The Privileged Men
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
CANOPY OF HEAVEN. MAHOMET (Speaks). LET the foeman sorrow o'er his dead, Ne'er will they return Rate it:

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Bourke's Dream
Andrew Barton Paterson
neither fear nor dread, Strike at the foeman's head, Cut down horse, foot, and artillery!" I dreamtRate it:

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Breathing-Time
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
and unceasing toil, That all may not become a foeman's spoil - That it may not be told, some fatefuRate it:

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Brings me hope
Shams al-Din Hafiz
glances of a Tartar horde To me seemed kind--my foeman spared me not Though one poor robe was all tRate it:

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Count Eberhard, The Groaner Of Wurtembert. A War Song
Friedrich Schiller
earth was ended. Loud wept both friend and foeman then, Checked was the victor's glow; Rate it:

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Dawendine
Emily Pauline Johnson
she well the murdered brother, loves his hated foeman more, Loves, and longs to give the wampum; Rate it:

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