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Journey Through The Atlantic
Nikhil Parekh
The vast swirl of Atlantic water, Nefariously cold with tufts of ice, Obdurate and strong with the passing of time, A blend of fish and aquatic ...Rate it:

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The middle region of the sky
Kabir
The middle region of the sky, wherein the spirit dwelleth, is radiant with the music of light; There, where the pure and white music blossoms, ...Rate it:

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When Early March Seems Middle May
James Whitcomb Riley
When country roads begin to thaw In mottled spots of damp and dust, And fences by the margin draw Along the frosty crust Their graphic silhouettes,...Rate it:

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Middle Age
Amy Lowell
Like black ice Scrolled over with unintelligible patterns by an ignorant skater Is the dulled surface of my heart. Rate it:

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Middle Harbour
John Le Gay Brereton
Lonely wonder, delight past hoping! Sky-line broken by stirring trees, Grey rocks hither and shoreward sloping, Silent bracken about my knees. Dus...Rate it:

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Middle-Age Enthusiasms
Thomas Hardy
To M. H. WE passed where flag and flower Signalled a jocund throng; We said: "Go to, the hour Is apt!"--and joined...Rate it:

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Middle-Aged
Ezra Pound
‘Tis but a vague, invarious delight As gold that rains about some buried king. As the fine flakes, When tourists frolicking Stamp on his roof or i...Rate it:

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Middle-Ages
Siegfried Sassoon
I heard a clash, and a cry, And a horseman fleeing the wood. The moon hid in a cloud. Deep in shadow I stood. ‘Ugly work!’ thought I, Holding m...Rate it:

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Middle-Ages
Siegfried Sassoon
I heard a clash, and a cry, And a horseman fleeing the wood. The moon hid in a cloud. Deep in shadow I stood. ‘Ugly work!’ thought I, Holding m...Rate it:

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On Journeys Through The States
Walt Whitman
ON journeys through the States we start, (Ay, through the world--urged by these songs, Sailing henceforth to every land--to every sea;) ...Rate it:

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States!
Walt Whitman
STATES! Were you looking to be held together by the lawyers? By an agreement on a paper? Or by arms? Away! I arrive, bringing these, b...Rate it:

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To the United States Senate
Vachel Lindsay
And must the Senator from Illinois Be this squat thing, with blinking, half-closed eyes? This brazen gutter idol, reared to power Upon a leering...Rate it:

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Come Ye Heavy States Of Night
John Dowland
Come ye heavy states of night, Do my father's spirit right, Soundings baleful let me borrow, Burthening my song with sorrow. Come sorrow come her e...Rate it:

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In The States
Robert Louis Stevenson
With half a heart I wander here As from an age gone by A brother yet— though young in years, An elder brother, I. You speak another tongue than m...Rate it:

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To The States
Walt Whitman
WHY reclining, interrogating? Why myself and all drowsing? What deepening twilight! scum floating atop of the waters! Who are they, as ba...Rate it:

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Europe, The 72d And 73d Years Of These States
Walt Whitman
SUDDENLY, out of its stale and drowsy lair, the lair of slaves, Like lightning it le'pt forth, half startled at itself, Its feet upon the...Rate it:

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France, The 18th Year Of These States
Walt Whitman
A GREAT year and place; A harsh, discordant, natal scream out-sounding, to touch the mother's heart closer than any yet. I walk...Rate it:

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On an Invitation to the United States.
Thomas Hardy
My ardours for emprize nigh lost Since Life has bared its bones to me, I shrink to seek a modern coast Whose riper times have yet to be; Where ...Rate it:

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The Prairie States
Walt Whitman
A NEWER garden of creation, no primal solitude, Dense, joyous, modern, populous millions, cities and farms, With iron interlaced, composite, ...Rate it:

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To the United States of America
Robert Seymour Bridges
Brothers in blood! They who this wrong began To wreck our commonwealth, will rue the day When first they challenged freeman to the fray, And wit...Rate it:

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No Clouds
Nikhil Parekh
When I looked up at the sky in my states of penalizingly noxious prejudice; with my fists overwhelmingly raring to pulverize all around me; into in...Rate it:

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Nice article - but why call TV "Vernacular television?" I thought you'd refer to Latin as that...
Nobody Nose
A return to public diplomacy? 0Save Syria’s ongoing deadly civil war, Iran’s nuclear weapons program, and a renewed focus to resolve the Israeli-Pa...Rate it:

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To The Union
Martin Farquhar Tupper
Giant aggregate of nations, Glorious Whole of glorious Parts, Unto endless generations Live United, hands and hearts! Be it storm or summer-weather...Rate it:

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Another Fusion
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There's been fierce argument of late In my vicinitee, Between the Commonwealth and State, For I fell out with me. I am a sturdy Federalist, A stau...Rate it:

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You Alone Are The Beginning
Narsinh Mehta
You alone are the beginning, the middle, and the end! You alone, you alone, Sri Hari! You are the indivisiblebr ahman, Who even the likes of Brah...Rate it:

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