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The Lure Of Little Voices
Robert William Service
but I hear them, sleeping, waking; It's the Lure of Little Voices, it's the mandate of the WildRate it:

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The Lure
John Boyle O'Reilly
“WHAT bait do you use,' said a Saint to the Devil, When you fish where the souls of men abound?' 'Well, for special tastes,' said the King of Evil...Rate it:

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The Lure Of Spring
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
As I walked out one brave spring morn, When earth was young and new, I met a laughing mountain maid As fresh as mountain dew. Oh, blow you breezes;...Rate it:

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The Lure of Trees
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I honour all trees well; but, best of all, I love those scarred old veterans, proud and tall, Gazing from eminences, kingly wise, Across great swee...Rate it:

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The Heart Of The Sourdough
Robert William Service
as it calls the whirring wings; It's the olden lure, it's the golden lure, it's the lure of the timRate it:

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A SONG WRITTEN BY THE EARL OF SURREY
Henry Howard
my kind so true. But that your will is such to lure me to the trade, As other some full many years Rate it:

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All Is Vanity, Saieth the Preacher
George Gordon Lord Byron
all that life or earth displays Would lure me to live over. There rose no day, there roll'd no hourRate it:

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All Is Vanity, Saieth the Preacher
George Gordon Lord Byron
all that life or earth displays Would lure me to live over. There rose no day, there roll'd no hourRate it:

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Daughters Of War
Isaac Rosenberg
reach the occult soul; they have no softer lure, No softer lure than the savage ways of death. We Rate it:

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Galloping Horses
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
in delectable rhythm Of women and wine and the lure they have with 'em, Nor pen philosophic if foolRate it:

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Night In State Street
Harriet Monroe
lettered lights that twinkle in and out Lure us and laugh at us, beckon and flout, Flashing their sRate it:

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The Dance Of Life
Conrad Potter Aiken
music, days and nights, Her wild eyes yearned to lure him in And close him up in dark of sin, To luRate it:

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The Mermaid
Anne Bannerman
(While darker low'rs the thick'ning gloom) To lure the sailor to his doom; Soft from some pilRate it:

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The Song Of The Siren
Marietta Holley
large and languid, and full of dewy light; Oh, I lure the idle landsmen many a league for love of mRate it:

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Winter Rhapsody
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
furred to ears and chin, With painted lips, to lure the boys, And hose that lets the breezes in Go Rate it:

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An Old Man Muses
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
fierce phrases, pregannt with disaster, To lure brief loyalty from brain-sick boys? Can it be I whRate it:

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As I lay With Head In Your Lap, Camerado
Walt Whitman
hell is little or nothing to me; 10 And the lure of what is call'd heaven is little or nothing Rate it:

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At Dawn
Alfred Noyes
their ship by the smoking altar Does a memory lure their sails? Far, far away, do their hearts reRate it:

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II. The Quest Of Silence
Christopher John Brennan
along its edge a woven sound of legends that allure and flit and horns wound towards the enchantRate it:

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Song of Fortune VI
Khalil Gibran
She is cruel and demanding, Possessing empty lure. Her name is Substance. She follows wherever Rate it:

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The Secret Whisky Cure
Henry Lawson
wondered, too, what evil genius had chanced to lure Him from paths of booze and friendship—never drRate it:

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The Wanderer
Sara Teasdale
what to me are north and south, And what the lure of many lands, Since you have leaned to catch mRate it:

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India's Voice
Irene Chatman
are at one. Silence can be intoxicating. It will lure you in. Silence takes advantage of moments anRate it:

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Drought
William Henry Ogilvie
sears Where the staggering, lean beasts go. I lure the swagman out of the road To the gleam of Rate it:

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Elegy (Tir'd with the busy crouds)
James Beattie
Perhaps loose Luxury's enchanting smile Shall lure my steps to some romantic dale, Where Mirth'Rate it:

(3.00 / 1 vote)

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