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The Camel-Rider
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
of dear peace? This their red burial is, sand heaped on sand. Here came I in the morning of my joyRate it:

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Baile And Aillinn
William Butler Yeats
carrying stone, but two For whom the cairn's but heaped anew. We hold, because our memory is SofulRate it:

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Brother and Sister
David Herbert Lawrence
see, though I have never seen, The dead moon heaped within the new moon’s arms; For surely the frRate it:

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Enceladus. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Second)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
crags are piled on his breast, The earth is heaped on his head; But the groans of his wild unrest, Rate it:

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Memory's Mansion
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
of love all corroded with rust, Were lying heaped up in one spot. And there on the floor of that gRate it:

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Mohini Chatterjee
William Butler Yeats
yet may have All that time denied -- Grave is heaped on grave That they be satisfied -- Over the blRate it:

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Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin
William Butler Yeats
the Firbolgs' burial-motmds, Came to the cairn-heaped grassy hill Where passionate Maeve is stony-sRate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. The Spanish Jew's Tale; Kambalu
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Gold! For there the Kalif had hidden his wealth, Heaped and hoarded and piled on high, Like sacks oRate it:

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The Hour Before Dawn
William Butler Yeats
all the sleeper knew or cared; And after heaped up stone on stone, And then, grown weary, prayed anRate it:

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The Prairies
William Cullen Bryant
them;--a disciplined and populous race Heaped, with long toil, the earth, while yet the Greek Was hRate it:

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The Salad. By Virgil
William Cowper
explored the nook Where embers slept with ashes heaped around, And with burnt fingers'-ends the treRate it:

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The Wanderings of Oisin: Book I
William Butler Yeats
the Firbolgs' burial-motmds, Came to the cairn-heaped grassy hill Where passionate Maeve is stony-sRate it:

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The Bayadere. An Indian Tale (2) Ending
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
of incense, their fragrance distilled; Lilies, heaped like the pearls of the sea, Peeped from theirRate it:

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The Gardener XLII: O Mad, Superbly Drunk
Rabindranath Tagore
my sight dim. For years I have gathered and heaped up scraps and fragments of things: CrusRate it:

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Address to the Unco Guid
Robert Burns
My Son, these maxims make a rule, An' lump them aye thegither; The Rigid Righteous is a fool, The Rigid Wise anither: The cleanest corn that er...Rate it:

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The Boy And The Snake
Charles Lamb
she sees him carry Through the long grass his heaped-up mess. What was her terror and distress, WheRate it:

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By The Fire-Side
Robert Browning
the heart of things: The woods are round us, heaped and dim; From slab to slab how it slips and sRate it:

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Invocation To The Muses
Edna St. Vincent Millay
with dragon's-teeth so lately sown; Many the heaped men dying there - so close, hip touches thigh; Rate it:

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When Will It End?
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
and fight; By hundreds and thousands lie heaped your slain, Your life-blood crimsons hill, stream aRate it:

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A Calendar of Sonnets: September
Helen Hunt Jackson
O golden month! How high thy gold is heaped! The yellow birch-leaves shine like bright coins strung On wands; the chestnut's yellow pennons tongu...Rate it:

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A Child-World
James Whitcomb Riley
was and fresh and new-- How every affluent hour heaped heart and eyes With treasures of surprise! Rate it:

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A Letter From Peking
Harriet Monroe
And London, stony London, Gray storehouse of the heaped-up centuries, Of hidden sins and valors, lRate it:

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A Meditation On Rhode-Island Coal
William Cullen Bryant
I sat beside the glowing grate, fresh heaped With Newport coal, and as the flame grew bright --The many-coloured flame--and played and leaped, I th...Rate it:

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A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags
William Wordsworth
or weed, or withered bough, Each on the other heaped, along the line Of the dry wreck. And, in ouRate it:

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A Satyre Against Mankind
Lord John Wilmot
follower climbs with pain Mountains of whimseys, heaped in his own brain; Stumbling from thought toRate it:

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