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A Song for the New Year {1915}
Katharine Tynan
little flock, saith He, Ye shall have sheltered havens out of sound of the sea. The first day of Rate it:

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A poor—torn heart—a tattered heart
Emily Dickinson
from the gales— Do the blue havens by the hand Lead the wandering Sails. Rate it:

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After Marriage
Nikhil Parekh
While after marriage I made a dash for safer havens with my tail beneath my legs; as I sighted theRate it:

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Ballade Of The Southern Cross
Andrew Lang
of unsunned, uncounted gold, Whose havens are the haunts of Peace, Whose boys are in our quarrel boRate it:

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Daphne
George Meredith
feigning fright, Prest to those twin-heaving havens, Harbour'd there beneath her light; Gleaming iRate it:

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Finale
Robert William Service
timbers morticed tight together My old hulk havens happily. The dawn exultantly discloses My lawn Rate it:

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Heaven-Haven
Gerard Manley Hopkins
no storms come, Where the green swell is in the havens dumb, And out of the swing of the sea. Rate it:

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Lights Along the Mile
Alfred Thomas Chandler
the opal lights that linger low and far To havens that are beaconed by the Pilot’s evening star; Rate it:

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Lo! In Thine Honest Eyes I Read
Robert Louis Stevenson
lead, After long sailing in deep seas, To quiet havens in June ease. Thy voice sings like an inlanRate it:

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Love in the Valley
George Meredith
like a white water-lily Bursting out of bud in havens of the streams. When from bed she rises clothRate it:

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Stretcher Case
Siegfried Sassoon
terror, hurtling glare, To calm and brightness, havens of sweet air. He sighed, confused; then dreRate it:

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The Autumnal Romance
Innokenty Fedorovich Annensky
this pine in my breast, Today sun’s in smoke of havens, And sadness makes heavy a breath. I know, Rate it:

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The City of Brass
Rudyard Kipling
and leisure, with limitless entries, And havens of rest for the wastrels where once walked the senRate it:

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The Incarcerated Word
Kurt Philip Behm
to hide Bastions of higher learning, masking havens safe for lies Where discourse once was treaRate it:

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The Little Black Cormorant
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'm hunted and harried, I'm banned from the havens of men. And woe is to me if to long I have tarrRate it:

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The Olive Branch
George Meredith
of friendliest welcomings, She swam the havens sheening fair; Secure upon her glad white wings, Rate it:

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The Shipwreck Of Idomeneus
George Meredith
and most of all By thee, if gentle currents, havens calm, Fair winds and prosperous voyage, and tRate it:

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The Sydney International Exhibition
Henry Kendall
a hundred spires, In mists of gold, by countless havens furled, And glad with all the flags of all Rate it:

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Til Julius Mosen
Hans Christian Andersen
Ved Vintertid vi gik i Havens Gange, Der var ei Sang, der var ei Blomst ei Blad; Men fra din Læbe lød de søde Sange, Og Digterhjertet i dit Øie sad...Rate it:

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To Rulers and Judges
Gavril Romanovich Derzhavin
and wealth, The black injustice shakes the havens' dome, And wicked deeds convulse the whole earthRate it:

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To the Spirit of Music
Henry Kendall
that lend to the night Glimpses of marvellous havens of rest. Chiefly it is when the beautiful dayRate it:

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