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Muley Malak
John Boyle O'Reilly
raise their faces, and watch him, sworded and mailed and strong; They watch him, and shout his nameRate it:

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Ode To The Departing Year
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I marked Ambition in his war-array! I heard the mailed Monarch's troublous cry-- ' Ah! wherefore dRate it:

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Daniel Wheeler
John Greenleaf Whittier
forehead to its damp wind bare, He bent his mailed knee in awe; In many an isle whose coral feet ThRate it:

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II. The Quest Of Silence
Christopher John Brennan
nears, or whinny of the fierce Centaur, or mailed miscreant unchaste. II O friendly shades, wherRate it:

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Anticipation
Ellis Parker Butler
will say If so it be she e’er shall know I only mailed her note today— It should have gone two weekRate it:

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Vision
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
drunk of earthly streams; A shining figure, mailed and crowned, Moves softly through my dreams. HeRate it:

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A Battle
Isabella Valancy Crawford
scythed and wheeled with light, Crush bright-mailed stars, and so, a sightless king, Reign in blackRate it:

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A single Screw of Flesh
Emily Dickinson
Hands—to hold—These are but Two— One more new-mailed Nerve Just granted, for the Peril's sake— SomeRate it:

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Advent Sunday
John Keble
holy Cross find rest? On a crowned monarch's mailed breast: Like some bright angel o'er the darklRate it:

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And, the Last Day Being Come
Trumbull Stickney
gorgeously He saw the last sea-serpent iris-mailed Which, with a spear transfixèd, yet availed To pRate it:

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Andante Con Moto
William Ernest Henley
hear The ancient River singing as he goes, New-mailed in morning, to the ancient Sea. The gas burnsRate it:

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Arabian Night's Entertainments
William Ernest Henley
Thrones And Dominations, glaived and plumed and mailed, Thronged in the criss-cross streets, The paRate it:

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At Shelley’s Grave
Alfred Austin
Beneath this marble, mute of praise, Is hushed the heart of One Who, whilst it beat, had eagle's gaze To stare upon the sun. Equal in flight To any...Rate it:

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By Loe Pool
Arthur Symons
down to the water one by one. Dragon-flies mailed in lapis and malachite Flash through the bendinRate it:

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Canada
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
of youth, Where is another so lusty? Coated and mailed, with the armour of truth, Where is another Rate it:

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Carolina
Henry Timrod
such wills to do and bear, Assured in right, and mailed in prayer, Thou wilt not bow thee to despaiRate it:

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Edinburgh After Flodden
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
I. News of battle!-news of battle! Hark! 'tis ringing down the street: And the archways and the pavement Bear the clang of hurrying feet. News of ...Rate it:

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In The Harbour: The Children's Crusade
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
that could believe What the harnessed, iron-mailed Knights of Christendom had failed, By their prowRate it:

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In War
Isaac Rosenberg
exultant eyes ; Give what they gave. Flash, mailed seraphim, Your burning spears; New days to outfRate it:

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Light of Stars, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
And smile upon my pain; Thou beckonest with thy mailed hand, And I am strong again. Within my bRate it:

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Love and Humour
Herbert Asquith
and form, and hue: A woodland fairy, silver-mailed, Lightwinged upon the dew: Then did I pay a Rate it:

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Monody, Written At Matlock
William Lisle Bowles
frown, and looks of lofty scorn. So Fortitude, a mailed warrior old, Appears; he lifts his scar-intRate it:

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Of Any Old Man
Isaac Rosenberg
not with your ripened turbulence, Their frost mailed petulance with your torrid wrath, While edgingRate it:

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On the Funeral of Charles the First
William Lisle Bowles
The castle clock had tolled midnight: With mattock and with spade, And silent, by the torches' light, His corse in earth we laid. ...Rate it:

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On The Medusa Of Leonardo da Vinci In The Florentine Gallery
Percy Bysshe Shelley
lock, And with unending involutions show Their mailed radiance, as it were to mock The torture andRate it:

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