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Mine-Sweepers
Rudyard Kipling
Dawn off the Foreland -- the young flood making Jumbled and short and steep -- Black in the hollows and bright where it's breaking -- Awkward wa...Rate it:

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The Mine-Sweepers
Rudyard Kipling
Dawn off the Foreland -- the young flood making Jumbled and short and steep -- Black in the hollows and bright where it's breaking -- Awkward wa...Rate it:

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Post Mortem
Robinson Jeffers
abundance will have built roofs over all this foreland; Will have buried the rock foundations I laiRate it:

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A Little Scraping
Robinson Jeffers
hill; The heavy-necked plow-team furrows the foreland, gulls tread the furrow; Time ebbs and flows Rate it:

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A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags
William Wordsworth
indeed As e'er by mariner was given to bay Or foreland, on a new-discovered coast; And POINT RASRate it:

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Four Songs Of Four Seasons
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Through fell and moorland, And salt-sea foreland, Our noisy norland ResoRate it:

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Hurt Hawks
Robinson Jeffers
weeks, I gave him freedom, He wandered over the foreland hill and returned in the evening, asking fRate it:

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I Am Like One That For Long Days Had Sate
Robert Louis Stevenson
eyes set keen against the gale, On some lone foreland, watching sail by sail, The portbound ships fRate it:

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Illa Creek
Henry Kendall
in wild disorder. Fierce breath hath vexed the foreland's face, It glistens, glooms, and glistens;Rate it:

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L'envoi
Rudyard Kipling
always new. Fly forward, O my heart, from the Foreland to the Start -- We're steaming all-too slRate it:

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Off Cape Colonna
Herman Melville
Aloof they crown the foreland lone, From aloft they loftier rise-- Fair columns, in the aureole rolled From sunned Greek seas and skies. They wax, ...Rate it:

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The Brook
Alfred Lord Tennyson
By many a field and fallow, And many a fairy foreland set With willow-weed and mallow. I chattRate it:

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The Fortitude Of The North
Herman Melville
is proof to every throe; Vainly against that foreland beat Wild winds aloft and wilder waves below:Rate it:

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The Landing
Padraic Colum
ere 'tis the dawn! Green, greener grows the foreland Across the slate-dark sea, And I'll see facesRate it:

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The Long Trail
Rudyard Kipling
always new. Fly forward, O my heart, from the Foreland to the Start We're steaming all too slow, ARate it:

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The Seeker
Roderic Quinn
fill me with despair, And all the washed grey foreland speaks of some strange Wonder that has wanedRate it:

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To The Heroic Soul
Duncan Campbell Scott
the fervid morning glow Is gone from off the foreland; slow, slow, Even slower than the fount of huRate it:

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Wamberal
Henry Kendall
ever back to me Sights of far-off lordly forelands - glimpses of the sounding sea! Now the cliffs aRate it:

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Young Democracy
Bernard O'Dowd
backwash from the Future’s deep Our Evil’s foreland laps. Unknown, these Titans of our NiRate it:

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