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Open water!
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Open water, open water! All the weary winter's yearning Bursts in restless passion burning. Scarce is seen the blue of ocean, And the hours seem mo...Rate it:

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The Ports of the Open Sea
Henry Lawson
from the world’s commotion, Lie the Ports of the Open Sea. By the bluff where the grey sand reacheRate it:

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God of the Open Air
Henry Van Dyke
I turn, to thee I make my prayer, God of the open air. II Seeking for thee, the heart of man LoneRate it:

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Song Of The Open Road
Walt Whitman
AFOOT and light-hearted, I take to the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me, leading wherever I c...Rate it:

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Church—Door Should Still Stand Open
Alfred Austin
Church-doors should still stand open, night and day, Open to all who come for praise or prayer, Laden with gift of love or load of care, Nimbused w...Rate it:

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Open, Time
Louise Imogen Guiney
Open, Time, and let him pass Shortly where his feet would be! Like a leaf at Michaelmas Swooning from the tree, Ere its hour the manly mind T...Rate it:

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The Men of the Open Spaces
William Henry Ogilvie
the keen far-sighted eyes- the men of the open spaces, and the land where the mirage lies. The menRate it:

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The Open Sea
Dorothea Mackeller
Where the sandhills dip, One far glimpse of open sea. Just a slender slip Curving like aRate it:

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Through The Open
Angelina Sabia
has spoken, but am i ready to go in through the open? I wish I would have said something, but aRate it:

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Open-Minded
Ehsan Sehgal
Affairs of the privacy I am a person Very open-minded I do not value Hide and seek To tease or Rate it:

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An Open Boat
Alfred Noyes
tosses, The cloud of white faces, in the black open boat, And the wild pleading woman that clasps hRate it:

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By The Fireside : The Open Window
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
shadow played. I saw the nursery windows Wide open to the air; But the faces of the children, TheRate it:

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Now Open The Door
Kurt Philip Behm
know it once more The key’s in the lock —now open the door (Villanova Pennsylvania: October, 201Rate it:

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Open Fields
Kurt Philip Behm
While beauty and truth run together Through open fields —that no pundit has grown (VillanRate it:

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Open Fields
Kurt Philip Behm
truth and beauty run together Through open fields that no pundit has grown (Villanova PennsylRate it:

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Open Table
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
'tis known, Every one's commending. Johnny, open all the doors: All are hither wending! Rate it:

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Sonnet 61: Is it thy will thy image should keep open
William Shakespeare
Is it thy will thy image should keep open My heavy eyelids to the weary night? Dost thou desire my slumbers should be broken While shadows like to ...Rate it:

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Sonnet VI: This door you might not open
Edna St. Vincent Millay
This door you might not open, and you did; So enter now, and see for what slight thing You are betrayed.... Here is no treasure hid, No caul...Rate it:

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The Open Door
Kurt Philip Behm
we hold in dread and awe When really it’s an open door —to all we’re searching for (Villanova Rate it:

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The Open Door
Alfred Noyes
leaves for God, indeed, For God, and man, One open door whereby To prove His world no lie And crownRate it:

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The Open Steeplechase
Andrew Barton Paterson
trice, Me, that never wore the colours, for the open Steeplechase. 'Make the running,' said the trRate it:

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Will You Open ?
Mario William Vitale
love escalates through my hearts door will you open ?Rate it:

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A Day in the Open
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Ho, a day Whereon we may up and away, With a fetterless wind that is out on the downs, And there piping a call to the fallow and shore, Where the s...Rate it:

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Open Door
Paul Eluard
Life is truly kind Come to me, if I go to you it’s a game, The angels of bouquets grant the flowers a change of hue. Rate it:

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Open Speech
John Le Gay Brereton
Good friend of mine, you feel with me— Your blood grows hot by sympathy With something that I say or do; Then speak—I want a word from you. Let no...Rate it:

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