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All Day I Hear the Noise of Waters
James Joyce
All day I hear the noise of waters Making moan, Sad as the sea-bird is when, going Forth alone, He hears the winds cry to the water's Monotone...Rate it:

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Welsh Incident
Robert Graves
what?' 'It made a noise.' &n bsp; Rate it:

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Lepanto
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
unafraid, Comes up along a winding road the noise of the Crusade. Strong gongs groaning aRate it:

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The Inner Silence
Harriet Monroe
Noises that strive to tear Earth's mantle soft of air And break upon the stillness where it dwells: The noise of battle and the noise of prayer, ...Rate it:

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A Song in Time of Revolution. 1860
Algernon Charles Swinburne
blind are keen and mighty and fleet: Like the noise of the blowing of wind is the sound of the noisRate it:

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Comala, A Dramatic Poem
James Macpherson
BARDS Dersagrena. The chase is over. No noise on Erdven but the torrent's roar! Daughter of MorRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 03 - part 01
Torquato Tasso
cried; arm, arm, the trumpets blew, Their merry noise prevents the joyful blast, So hum small bees,Rate it:

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Marksman Sam
Marriott Edgar
'emselves in. "Ooh, Sergeant! I hear a scraping noise," Said Sam, "What can it be?" The noise thatRate it:

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Repining
Christina Georgina Rossetti
busy men, and the child's sweet High laugh, and noise of trampling feet. Then he said: 'Wilt thou Rate it:

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Temora - Book II
James Macpherson
to mourn for his son Oscar. Upon hearing the noise of Cathmor's army approaching, he went to find oRate it:

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The Shepherd's Calendar - September
John Clare
farm and cottage yard surrounds The creaking noise of opening gate And clanking pumps where boys awRate it:

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The Winds
William Lisle Bowles
what tidings dost thou bring! Shouts, and the noise of battle! and again The winged wind blew loud Rate it:

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PEACE AT LAST
unifairie
gathers ' round . The pain is so sharp and, the noise a constant buzz . A blinding light torments Rate it:

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The Boy And The Snake
Charles Lamb
mother! shriek not, O beware The least small noise, O have a care- The least small noise that may bRate it:

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A Conversation with Satan
Theme
much more about God, than I do. And what's that noise I'm hearing in the background?” Satan: “It’sRate it:

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A Day In The Castle Of Envy
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
is that which was a corse. Suddenly a merry noise In the garden makes him glad, For he knoweth welRate it:

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A War March
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
against our wish? Rip! Swish! (Violins: Tearing noise as of scraps of paper being destroyed.) Now Rate it:

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A Word
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
song, the hum of human worth Mingled of all the noise of crafts, the ringing word went forth. The Rate it:

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Alf’s Sixth Bit
Ezra Pound
is or was, Talk economics, Pay for his witless noise, Get the kid nice new toys, Call him 'professoRate it:

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An Election Night Pantoum
Franklin P. Adams
Gaze at the good-natured crowd, List to the noise and the rattle! Heavens! that woman is loud- Loud as the din of a battle. List to the noise ...Rate it:

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Badger
John Clare
let the strongest loose. The old fox hears the noise and drops the goose. The poacher shoots and huRate it:

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Cathedral in the Thrashing Rain
KotaroTakamura
burnt-brown leaves. Then there's the noise of the downpour resounding in my pores. It's the noise oRate it:

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Cloris Charmes
Anne Killigrew
Wind ere blew. In it a Brooke doth fleet, The Noise must guide thy Feet, For there's no Light, ButRate it:

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Content, To My Dearest Lucasia
Katherine Philips
will Content herself in that place give, Where Noise and Tumult and Destruction live. But yet thRate it:

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Cooranbean
Henry Kendall
the air: a curse groweth up from the ground! No noise of the axe or the saw in that hollow unholy iRate it:

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