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Slow and Reluctant Was the Long Descent
George Santayana
Slow and reluctant was the long descent, With many farewell pious looks behind, And dumb misgivings where the path might wind, And questionings ...Rate it:

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Descent and Defeat
Georg Trakl
To Karl Borromaus Heinrich Over the white fishpond The wild birds have blown away. An icy wind drifts from our stars at evening. Over our gr...Rate it:

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On The Descent Into Hell Of Ezzelino Di Napoli
Walter Savage Landor
Rejoice, ye nations! one is dead By whom ten thousand hearts have bled. Widows and orphans, raise your voice . . One voice, ye prostrate peoples, r...Rate it:

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The Descent Of The Muses
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Nine sisters, beautiful in form and face, Came from their convent on the shining heights Of Pierus, the mountain of delights, To dwell among the pe...Rate it:

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The Exiles' Line
Rudyard Kipling
Now the new year reviving old desires, The restless soul to open sea aspires, Where the Blue Peter flickers from the fore, And the grimed stoker fe...Rate it:

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The Firing-Line
Henry Lawson
They are creeping on through the cornfields yet, and they clamber amongst the rocks, Ere they rush to stab with the bayonet and smash with the rifl...Rate it:

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Walking The Line
Kurt Philip Behm
Walking the line, each step was measured —and long Walking the line, the memories strung together —in song Walking the line, the time seemed fo...Rate it:

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The Line
Kurt Philip Behm
Conduit of the human spirit I forced hope into the cord Draining the tears of The lost and abandoned Plugging into outlets Of forgotten promise For...Rate it:

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A Line-Storm Song
Robert Frost
The line-storm clouds fly tattered and swift, The road is forlorn all day, Where a myriad snowy quartz stones lift, And the hoof-prints vanish a...Rate it:

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Lines.—Why look'd I on that fatal line
Louisa Stuart Costello
Why look'd I on that fatal line? Why did I pray that page to see? Too well I knew no word of thine Was fraught with aught but pain to me. I...Rate it:

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On The Line
Kurt Philip Behm
Beyond academia its cause and effect Lies a power inherent above judgment and theft Atop its ivory tower and smothering vine Consensus is ...Rate it:

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One Last Line
Kurt Philip Behm
The older I get, the more dear words become The shorter the days, the deeper streams run With time closing in, I seek poems and rhymes Into the ...Rate it:

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One Toke Over The Line
Mario William Vitale
here comes the frenzy after the movies places you want to see burning through my legacy lock horns with the coroner at the morgue sweat of my brow...Rate it:

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Opening of the Railway Line
Andrew Barton Paterson
The opening of the railway line... The Governor and all, With flags and banners down the street, A banquet and a ball, Hark to them at the stat...Rate it:

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The Line-Gang
Robert Frost
Here come the line-gang pioneering by, They throw a forest down less cut than broken. They plant dead trees for living, and the dead They string to...Rate it:

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The Old Gunn's Gully Line
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The ole train puffs in once a day On the ole Gunn's Gully line; In a lazy, leisurely kind o' way She comes in, wet or fine. Nobody wants her, nobod...Rate it:

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There's A Line
Kurt Philip Behm
Like a wounded dog, who never forgets This memory will not fade My warning stated, “The Ice Is Thin” Where my sun turns into shade If I told yo...Rate it:

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Though it Lash the Shallows that Line the Beach
John Boyle O'Reilly
Though it lash the shallows that line the beach, Afar from the great sea deeps, There is never a storm whose might can reach Where the vast levi...Rate it:

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Walking The Line
Kurt Philip Behm
Blood, fires from my pen like a well shot round 14 karat penetration, mighty wound of self aggression Letters, reducing armies into a special ...Rate it:

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Above The Tree Line
Kurt Philip Behm
Mountains make poor receptacles for dreams Oceans are better at that The elevation reminding of all that’s forbidden Primordial—the higher you ...Rate it:

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Blood Line
Kurt Philip Behm
To hurt… just to know I can feel To bleed… just to know I’m alive The wounds of my fathers those never to heal In remembrance —the past n...Rate it:

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The Pine At Timber-Line
Harriet Monroe
What has bent you, Warped and twisted you, Torn and crippled you? What has embittered you, O lonely tree? You search the rocks for a footing, ...Rate it:

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Translation From Virgil. Æneid, Book VIII. Line 18.
William Cowper
Thus Italy was moved -- nor did the chief Æneas in his mind less tumult feel. On every side his anxious thought he turns, Restless, unfix'd, not ...Rate it:

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The Skyline Riders
Henry Lawson
Against the light of a dawning white My Skyline Riders stand— There is trouble ahead for a dark year dead And the selfish wrongs of a land; There a...Rate it:

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Hiawatha's Fishing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Forth upon the Gitche Gumee, On the shining Big-Sea-Water, With his fishing-line of cedar, Of the twisted bark of cedar, Forth to catch the st...Rate it:

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