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Blackmwore Maidens
William Barnes
where streams do run; An’ where do pretty maidens grow An’ blow, but where the tow’r Do rise aRate it:

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Shepherds All And Maidens Fair
Edith Nesbit
to hold, And flowers for Love to wear! Sing, maidens, sing! A dancing ring Of pleasures speed yRate it:

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The Three Maidens
George Meredith
There were three maidens met on the highway; The sun was down, the night was late: And two sang loud with the birds of May, O the nightingale is...Rate it:

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The Two Sides Of The River
William Morris
winter, O white winter, wert thou gone! The Maidens. Sweet thoughts fly swiftlier than the driftiRate it:

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Legend of The Corrievrechan
George MacDonald
the sea and lord of the land, He might have let maidens be! A maiden he met with locks of gold, StRate it:

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The King's Daughter
Algernon Charles Swinburne
WE WERE ten maidens in the green corn, Small red leaves in the mill-water: Fairer maidens never were born, Apples of gold for the king’s daughter. ...Rate it:

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The Elected Knight. From The Danish.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
wreath of ruddy gold; And that gave him the Maidens Three, The youngest was fair to behold. Sir OlRate it:

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Ellen McJones Aberdeen
William Schwenck Gilbert
and squat on the ground, And the neighbouring maidens would gather around To list to the pipes and Rate it:

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The Kalevala - Rune V
Elias Lönnrot
water-gods may linger, Where may rest Wellamo's maidens?' Then Untamo, thus made answer, Lazily he Rate it:

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The Little HandMaiden
Archibald Lampman
the bower is bare. Put on garments of white, my maidens! The sun shines bright through the casemenRate it:

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Xantippe
Amy Levy
cared I for the merry mockeries Of other maidens sitting at the loom? Or for sharp voices, bidding Rate it:

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Amen
Christina Georgina Rossetti
ago, And long ago still, There dwelt three merry maidens Upon a distant hill. One was tall Meggan, Rate it:

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Dennis Shand
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
the wall, It's night at Haye-la-Serre; The maidens weave since day grew eve, The lady's in her cRate it:

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Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
gilded the vanes on the chimneys, Matrons and maidens sat in snow-white caps and in kirtles ScarletRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. I.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
gilded the vanes on the chimneys, Matrons and maidens sat in snow-white caps and in kirtles ScarletRate it:

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Ginevra
Percy Bysshe Shelley
light fair feet Erased these images. The bride-maidens who round her thronging came, Some with a sRate it:

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Maiden-Song
Christina Georgina Rossetti
And long ago still, There dwelt three merry maidens Upon a distant hill. One was tall Megan, ARate it:

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Moses On The Nile
Victor Marie Hugo
stream is clear: Unloose your zones, my maidens! and fling down To float awhile upon these bushes nRate it:

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The Abandoned
Mathilde Blind
brain; From afar in the country of dreams three maidens stole over the plain, Three loveliest maideRate it:

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The Palace Called Beautiful
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
He entered in the lovely place; Four maidens at the door, With wine, and bread, and pleasantRate it:

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Lover's Gifts XXII: I Shall Gladly Suffer
Rabindranath Tagore
clouds of dust are raised by the cattle, the maidens come out in the courtyard to milk the king. Rate it:

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Ode On A Grecian Urn
John Keats
Arcady? What men or gods are these? What maidens loth? What mad pursuit? What struggle toRate it:

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Daughters Of War
Isaac Rosenberg
our wage of sleep and bread and warmth- These maidens came-these strong everliving Amazons, And in Rate it:

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Elegy on a Lady, whom Grief for the Death of her Betrothed Killed
Robert Seymour Bridges
Assemble, all ye maidens, at the door, And all ye loves, assemble; far and wide Proclaim the bridal, that proclaimed before Has been deferred to th...Rate it:

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Euterpe: A Cantanta
Henry Kendall
steps, the quickly glancing Steps of youths and maidens dancing, Maidens light of foot as fays. ThRate it:

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