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Liberty Ball
Anonymous Americas
aid the poor slave’s liberation, And roll on the liberty ball — And roll on the liberty ball — ComeRate it:

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On Liberty And Slavery
George Moses Horton
Alas! and must I still complain-- Deprived of liberty. Oh, Heaven! and is there no relief ThisRate it:

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Liberty!
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
'LIBERTY?' Is that the cry, then? We have heard it oft of yore. Once it had, we think, a meaning; Let us hear it now no more. We have read what his...Rate it:

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Liberty
Archibald MacLeish
When liberty is headlong girl And runs her roads and wends her ways Liberty will shriek and whirl Her showery torch to see it blaze. When libe...Rate it:

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Liberty Lighting the World
John Boyle O'Reilly
of thy face, And ask thee—what thou art. I am Liberty,—God's daughter! My symbols—a law and a torRate it:

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The Sweets Of Liberty
Anonymous Americas
there a man that never prized The sweets of liberty ? Then let him, let him breathe -unseen, Or in Rate it:

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The Tree of Liberty
Charles Harpur
WE’LL PLANT a Tree of Liberty In the centre of the land, And round it ranged as guardians be, A vowed and trusty band; And sages bold and mighty so...Rate it:

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Liberty
James Whitcomb Riley
hundred years the pulse of time Has throbbed for Liberty; For a hundred years the grand old clime CRate it:

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Liberty Enlightening the World
Henry Van Dyke
liftest high thy hand To spread the light of liberty world-wide for every land. No more thou dreRate it:

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Through Liberty To Light
Alfred Austin
dawn despite, That still we move through Liberty to Light. The Human Tragedy. When God out of chaoRate it:

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At Liberty I Sit And See
Anonymous Americas
At liberty I sit and see Them, that have erst laugh'd me to scorn, Whipp'd with the whip that scourged me: And now they ban that they were born. I...Rate it:

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At Liberty I Sit and See
Anonymous Americas
At liberty I sit and see Them, that have erst laugh'd me to scorn, Whipp'd with the whip that scourged me: And now they ban that th...Rate it:

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Liberty
Ambrose Bierce
''Let there be Liberty!' God said, and, lo! The red skies all were luminous. The glow Struck first Columbia's kindling mountain peaks One hundred a...Rate it:

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Liberty, Equality, Fraternity
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Long have I searched the Earth for liberty In desert places and lands far abroad Where neither Kings nor constables should be, Nor any law of Man, ...Rate it:

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The Call Of Liberty. May 1809
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
that has slumber'd too long! 'Tis the weapon of Liberty! sacred its aid, For heav'n, truth, and jusRate it:

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Lost Liberty
Robert Fuller Murray
for some decisive hour, To rise and take our liberty. Still we delay, content to be Imprisoned in Rate it:

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Ode To Liberty
Percy Bysshe Shelley
vibrated again The lightning of the nations: Liberty From heart to heart, from tower to tower, o'erRate it:

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Liberty Rejected
William Watson
and said: 'Would'st thou I gave to thee Thy liberty, In Time's youth forfeited?' And from his inmoRate it:

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At Liberty
Ada Cambridge
thee, Panting with thy wild waves for space and liberty. 2. The land is captive, sold, and boughtRate it:

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Her Name Liberty
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
turned from me. Yet was she fair, and her name ``Liberty.'' Rate it:

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Lady Liberty Mourns
kurt Philip Behm
patriots are held hostage, —as Lady Liberty mourns (Villanova Pennsylvania: November, 2015)Rate it:

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Liberty
Edward Thomas
idle over a grave Where all is buried. Both have liberty To dream what we could do if we were free Rate it:

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Liberty
Paul Eluard
my life For I was born to know you To name you Liberty. Rate it:

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Liberty
John Boyle O'Reilly
I am Liberty-God's daughter! My symbols-a law and a torch; Not a sword to threaten slaughter, Nor a flame to dazzle or scorch; Bu...Rate it:

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Sonnet 41: Those pretty wrongs that liberty commits
William Shakespeare
Those pretty wrongs that liberty commits When I am sometime absent from thy heart, Thy beauty and thy years full well befits, For still temptation ...Rate it:

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