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The Little HandMaiden
Archibald Lampman
the bride is gone and the bower is bare. Put on garments of white, my maidens! The sun shines brigRate it:

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Blessing The Cornfields
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the yellow husks of harvest, Stripped the garments from Mondamin, Even as Hiawatha taught them. Rate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XIII: Blessing The Cornfields
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the yellow husks of harvest, Stripped the garments from Mondamin, Even as Hiawatha taught them. OncRate it:

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Aholibah
Algernon Charles Swinburne
likeness of all things that live. Thy garments upon thee were fair With scarlet and with yellow thRate it:

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How the Chiefs demanded from Shirwi the Death of Khusrau Parwiz
Hakim Abu'l-Qasim Ferdowsi Tusi Firdowsi
brought a golden ewer to the Sháh As well as garments and a bowl of water, Whereon Khusrau Parwiz mRate it:

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Nonsuited
James Brunton Stephens
remained but his primeval pelt, He tied his garments in his handkerchief; Then feeling as “the granRate it:

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October
Paul Laurence Dunbar
her wealth in gaudy dress, And decks herself in garments bold Of scarlet, purple, red, and gold. ShRate it:

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The Feast Of Lights
Emma Lazarus
on the stones, and mourned aloud And rent their garments, wailing with one tongue, Crushed as a winRate it:

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The four Seasons of the Year.
Anne Bradstreet
claim'd, and had priority. With smiling face and garments somewhat green, She trim'd her locks, whiRate it:

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The Ghosts
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the shadows. From their aspect and their garments, Strangers seemed they in the village; Very pRate it:

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The Gulf of All Human Possessions
Jonathan Swift
fair and lovely as their queen; In royal garments each was drest, Each with a gold and purple vest;Rate it:

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The Lover To His Lass
Duncan Campbell Scott
midnight till a mortal cannot See her for the garments of the light and the night. How far I wandeRate it:

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The Philistine And The Bohemian
Robert William Service
of Rossetti and E. Burne-Jones; Girdled her garments billowing wide, Moved with an undulating glideRate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XIX: The Ghosts
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
among the shadows. From their aspect and their garments, Strangers seemed they in the village; VeryRate it:

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THE WIDOWS' TEARS; OR, DIRGE OF DORCAS
Robert Herrick
thy house was plentiful; Farewell the coats, the garments, and The sheets, the rugs, made by thy haRate it:

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A Story at Dusk
Ada Cambridge
where angels in the night had trailed Their garments on the turf. Tall arrow-heads, With flag and rRate it:

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Banquet Night
Rudyard Kipling
it if He and the Brethren will come to dine (Garments from Bozrah or morning-dress) As Fellow-CrafRate it:

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I Grant You Ample Leave
George Eliot
from naked Being with the rest Of those rag-garments named the Universe. Or if, in strife to Rate it:

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Poetry
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
from Heav'n stark-naked came; But Poetry their garments gave, And then not one had cause for shameRate it:

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She Clothes herself in Poetry..
Jesus Penaranda
pace of our hearts quicken as verses of garments disrobe..... I can smell the passion you poesse, IRate it:

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The Bankrupt Peace-Maker
Vachel Lindsay
grown old, With beard of bright silver and garments of gold. "What will you do to end war for good?Rate it:

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THE TRAGIC THEATRE
ILIAS FOUKIS
Humanity’s being dressed in the white garments of Humanism it would be better if you had the convicRate it:

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The Ruined Maid
Thomas Hardy
I should meet you in Town? And whence such fair garments, such prosperi-ty?"- "O didn't you know I'Rate it:

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A Proadway Pageant
Walt Whitman
Sultry with perfume, with ample and flowing garments, 30 With sunburnt visage, with intense soRate it:

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Beatrice. (From Dante. Purgatorio, XXX., XXXI.)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
each one from his grave, Wearing again the garments of the flesh, So, upon that celestial chariot, Rate it:

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