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The Ship of Death
David Herbert Lawrence
a horizontal thread that fumes a little with pallor upon the dark. Is it illusion? or does the Rate it:

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Anthem For Doomed Youth
Wilfred Owen
shine the holy glimmers of good-byes. The pallor of girls' brows shall be their pall; Their floweRate it:

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To Live
Paul Eluard
the lucid fellow I was and that I am Before the pallor of frail blind girls Lovelier than the delRate it:

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An Octopus
Marianne Moore
its arms' misleading like lace; its 'ghostly pallor changing to the green metallic tinge of an anemRate it:

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Ciel Brouillé (Cloudy Sky)
Charles Baudelaire
dreamy, cruel, Reflect the indolence and pallor of the sky. You call to mind those days, white, sRate it:

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Ad Manus Puellae
Ernest Christopher Dowson
kiss your hands enough? They are pale with the pallor of ivories; But they blush to the tips like Rate it:

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Al Claro De Luna (In The Light Of The Moon)
Delmira Agustini
the dead… And beyond the reknowned and praised pallor Of Arab pearls, I prefer the rose in recent bRate it:

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Alsace-Lorraine
George Meredith
the heart, with its one false move Cast Eurydice pallor on all we love. Our fervid heart has filleRate it:

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At The Last Watch
Rabindranath Tagore
light of the waning moon was now blended The pallor of dawn Spreading itself over the greyness of mRate it:

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Autumn
James Whitcomb Riley
the trees-- Singing on and changing these Into pallor, slowly wrought, Till the little, moaning creRate it:

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Bells Beyond the Forest
Henry Kendall
was wont to flush my forehead, and to chase the pallor from my brow? Did I not, amongst these thickRate it:

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Canto 1
Ezra Pound
many crowded about me; with shouting, Pallor upon me, cried to my men for more beasts; Slaughtered Rate it:

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Canto I
Ezra Pound
many crowded about me; with shouting, Pallor upon me, cried to my men for more beasts; Slaughtered Rate it:

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Canto I: And Then Went Down to the Ship
Ezra Pound
many crowded about me; with shouting, Pallor upon me, cried to my men for more beasts; Slaughtered Rate it:

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Death at the Window
Robert Fuller Murray
to speak Fell broken in the air. You saw the pallor of my cheek, And turned--but none was there. HRate it:

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Elmwood
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
where the scholar's lamp Was used to catch a pallor from the dawn. Yet I must needs a little lingeRate it:

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Epilogue
Vachel Lindsay
beneath your giant Psyche-wings, Against the pallor of your wondrous breast. Rate it:

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From Lightning and Tempest
Adam Lindsay Gordon
down to the gale ; And their bloom was a ghastly pallor, and their smile was a ghastly frown, And tRate it:

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Growing Old
Anonymous Americas
shineth Whitely in the thinning tress, And the pallor where the bloom was, Need not tell of bitternRate it:

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Hesperia
Algernon Charles Swinburne
thy garland was woven with, O my Dolores? Was it pallor of slumber, or blush as of blood, that I foRate it:

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How does Love speak?
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
faint flush upon the tell-tale cheek, And in the pallor that succeeds it; by The quivering lid of aRate it:

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In the Sante
Guillaume Apollinaire
Who gave it me Have pity on my dry eyes and my pallor My chair which creaks and is not freeRate it:

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La Muse Malade (The Sick Muse)
Charles Baudelaire
sights nocturnal burn, and in they changing pallor I descry madness and frozen horror, turn by turRate it:

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Lines
Thomas Hardy
lines of lank flaccidity, Lymphatic pallor where the pink should glow, And where the throRate it:

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Love's Language
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
flush upon the tell-tale cheek, And in the pallor that succeeds it; by The quivering lid of an aveRate it:

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