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Chicago
Carl Sandburg
Wheat, Player with Railroads and the Nation's Freight Handler; Stormy, husky, brawling, City of Rate it:

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The Locomotive
Julian Tuwim
are turning! More slowly - than turtles - with freight - on their - backs, The drowsy - steam engiRate it:

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A Boston Ballad, 1854
Walt Whitman
journey; Find a swift Yankee clipper--here is freight for you, black-bellied clipper, Rate it:

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As A Strong Bird On Pinious Free
Walt Whitman
thy best, ship of Democracy! Of value is thy freight--'tis not the Present only, The Past is Rate it:

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My Ships
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
came home from sea, And brought their precious freight to me, Ah, well! I should have wealth as gRate it:

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Passage To India
Walt Whitman
cars winding along the Platte, carrying freight and passengers; I hear the locomotives Rate it:

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Morning
John Crowe Ransom
are fastened down With bodies, most infuriating freight, Sit fattening these frames and skeletons WRate it:

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The Falconer Of God
Stephen Vincent Benet
bird my dreaming knew? Nay! but a piteous freight, A dark and heavy weight Despoiled of silver pRate it:

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'Boes
Carl Sandburg
I waited today for a freight train to pass. Cattle cars with steers butting their horns against the bars, went by. And a half a dozen hoboes s...Rate it:

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'Speech'—is a prank of Parliament
Emily Dickinson
of the nerve— But the Heart with the heaviest freight on— Doesn't—always—move — Rate it:

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536. Ode
William Wordsworth 1770–1850
130 Full soon thy soul shall have her earthly freight, And custom lie upon thee with a weight, HeRate it:

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A Ballade of Waiting
Archibald Lampman
it close to me, Weaving a nest for the double freight Of cheeks and lips that are one and free, ForRate it:

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A Bird’s-Eye View
Christina Georgina Rossetti
heard or unheard: 'O ship upon the high seas, Freighted with lives and spices, Sink, O ship,' croakRate it:

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A Drought Idyll
George Essex Evans
sugarcane's all done - It wasn't worth the bally freight we paid for it per ton. I'll get me littleRate it:

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A Legend Of Christ's Nativity
Duncan Campbell Scott
litter straight, And pile the saddle-bags and freight Of some belated caravan. The drivers whirledRate it:

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A Tryst
Celia Thaxter
bright For all these she made room, And with her freight of beauty and delight She went to meet herRate it:

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A Vision Out West
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
flags, The lightning-driven car conveys its freight with force that never lags. A goodly city! wRate it:

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After Cawnpore
Francis Turner Palgrave
high with hopeless hearts; A slowly-drifting freight Through the red jaws of Fate, Death-blazing baRate it:

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At The Seaside
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
back in port once more, Thankful to ride, with freight still safe, At anchor near the shore. StRate it:

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Ballade of an Omnibus
Amy Levy
untroubled by desire, Lucullus' phaeton and its freight. The scene whereof I cannot tire, The humanRate it:

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Before He comes we weigh the Time!
Emily Dickinson
He depart, an Emptiness Is the prevailing Freight. Rate it:

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Beowulf
Charles Baudelaire
mighty one. Many a treasure fetched from far was freighted with him. No ship have I known so nobly Rate it:

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Blues Poem #11
Kurt Philip Behm
me, Baby don’t you go Gotta hop that mornin freight, Baby—don’t you know (Villanova PennsylvaRate it:

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Book Fifth-Books
William Wordsworth
looked and looked, self-questioned what this freight Which the new-comer carried through the waste Rate it:

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By The Seaside : The Building Of The Ship
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
It was of another form, indeed; Built for freight, and yet for speed, A beautiful and gallant crRate it:

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