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The Patriotic League
Henry Lawson
rob us by and by, sir! We’ll form a league and steal a name And tell another lie, sir.” They took Rate it:

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Sonnet 47: Betwixt mine eye and heart a league is took
William Shakespeare
Betwixt mine eye and heart a league is took, And each doth good turns now unto the other, When that mine eye is famished for a look, Or heart in lo...Rate it:

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The League Of Youth
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
from ways uncouth, Sees visions anew in the League of Youth. Rate it:

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An Anthem for the Australasian League
Charles Harpur
SHALL we sing of Loyalty To the far South’s fiery youth? Yea—but let the pæan be Of loyalty to God and Truth: To Man, to progress, and to all The f...Rate it:

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The League of Nations
Henry Lawson
Light on the towns and cities, and peace for evermore! The Big Five met in the world's light as many had met before, And the future of man is set...Rate it:

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Those Who Fought for the Achaean League
Constantine P. Cavafy
Valiant are you who fought and fell gloriously; fearless of those who were everywhere victorious. Blameless, even if Diaeos and Critolaos were at f...Rate it:

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With Scindia To Delhi
Rudyard Kipling
O woe for Scindia! -- I listened and obeyed. League after league the formless scrub took shape anRate it:

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The Infanticide
Friedrich Schiller
once fevered springs. Thee, Francis, Francis, league on league, shall follow The death-dirge of tRate it:

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The Only Son
Rudyard Kipling
black roof-tree as plain as it were noon. 'Tis a league and a league to the Lena Falls where the trRate it:

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Off the Ground
Walter de la Mare
Wo -- Like an old clock Their heels did go. A league and a league And a league they went, And Rate it:

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The Charge Of The Light Brigade
Alfred Lord Tennyson
HALF a league, half a league, Half a league onward, All in the valley of Death Rode the six hundred. 'Forward, the Light Brigade! ...Rate it:

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The Poet's Forge
Helen Hunt Jackson
of smith is he. The powers of the air are in league with him; The country around believes it welRate it:

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Almon Keefer
James Whitcomb Riley
hailed with equal fervor of applause: 'The League of the Miami'--why, the name Alone was fascinatinRate it:

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At Cape Schanck
James Lister Cuthbertson
mirror of azure The purple shadows crept, League upon league of rollers Landward evermore Rate it:

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Gordon
Ernest Myers
the Libyan sand Rolls ever, mile on mile, League on long league, cleaving the rainless land, FedRate it:

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Idylls of the King: The Passing of Arthur (excerpt)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
host by night, And ever push'd Sir Modred, league by league, Back to the sunset bound of LyonRate it:

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It Isn't Cricket
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
go so far away to look for worries? What? League o' Nations? Look, you ain't allowed Them sort oRate it:

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Ivry
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
at the dawn of day, We saw the army of the League drawn out in long array; With all its priest-Rate it:

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Lines Written In The Highlands After A Visit To Burns's Country
John Keats
on mountains black and bare; That he may stray league after league some great birth-place to find ARate it:

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Mazeppa
George Gordon Lord Byron
the Russians’ slave. This too sinks after many a league Of well sustained, but vain fatigue; And inRate it:

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Norembega
John Greenleaf Whittier
a name; Life tangled with decay and death, League after league the same. Unbroken over swamp and hRate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 3. The Poet's Tale; Charlemagne
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
gazing northward o'er the rolling plains, League after league of harvests, to the foot Of the snow-Rate it:

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The Battle Of Ivry
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
at the dawn of day, We saw the army of the League drawn out in long array; With all its priest-leRate it:

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The Bell Buoy
Rudyard Kipling
kestrels cry. Would I change with my brother a league inland? (Shoal! 'Ware shoal!) Not I! In the Rate it:

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The Carlysles
Franklin P. Adams
about, had begun championing the British-Wilson League of Nations, that league which will make ironRate it:

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