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The Realms Of Gold
Alfred Noyes
Keats repeated by a passing stranger under the palms of Southern California.) Under the palms of SRate it:

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The Patteran
Henry Lawson
line, I have set the lines on my children’s palms as my fathers did on mine, That the world shall kRate it:

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Dead
Ada Cambridge
grim, Pressing the rustling sheet between her palms, The while her diamonds heaved upon her breast,Rate it:

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The Resplendent Quetzal-Bird
Padraic Colum
colours Into glory of greenness! There may be palms as greenly resplendent, Palms by the Fountain Rate it:

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The Dogs
Arthur Symons
the saints sing psalms, Among the lilies and palms, Beholding the face of God through the radiant bRate it:

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À Une Dame Créole (To A Creole Lady)
Charles Baudelaire
I knew, under a canopy of crimson trees And palms from which indolence rains into your eyes, A CRate it:

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A High-Toned Old Christian Woman
Wallace Stevens
heaven. Thus, The conscience is converted into palms, Like windy citherns hankering for hymns. We aRate it:

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Geotheos
Ambrose Bierce
that are dreamy and tender, Of slender Arabian palms, And shadows that circle the palms, Where caraRate it:

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GOD'S MOST PRECIOUS CREATION
Nikhil Parekh
the clay which he fondled with in his magical palms; to chisel the most alluring shapes ever conceiRate it:

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Harvest Song
Jean Toomer
My throat is dry... O my brothers, I beat my palms, still soft, against the stubble of my harvesRate it:

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La Vie Antérieure (My Earlier Life)
Charles Baudelaire
perfumed, Who fanned my brow with fronds of palms And whose sole task it was to fathom The dolorRate it:

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March
Alfred Edward Housman
They bring no dearth of daffodils. Afield for palms the girls repair, And sure enough the palmsRate it:

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My Irish Love
Isabella Valancy Crawford
treasure of a moment--so I laid Between her palms a little simple thing, A golden heart, grav'd witRate it:

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Palm Sunday
Arthur Symons
Because it is the day of Palms, Carry a palm for me, Carry a palm in Santa Chiara, And I will watch the sea; There are no palms in Santa Chiara To-...Rate it:

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Symbols
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
PALM Sunday at the Vatican They celebrate with palms; With reverence bows each holy man, And chaunts the ancient psalms. Those very psalms are al...Rate it:

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The Cynic's Bequest
Ambrose Bierce
with deep salaams The Parsee spreads his morning palms (A beacon blazing on a height Warms o'er hisRate it:

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The Heathen Pass-ee
Arthur Clement Hilton
map Of the Dorian States And we found in his palms which were hollow, What are frequent in palms,-tRate it:

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The High-Toned Old Christian Woman
Wallace Stevens
heaven.Thus, The conscience is converted into palms, Like windy citherns hankering for hymns. We agRate it:

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The Spectral Attitudes
Andre Breton
for those who have eyes to see They see the palms of hands The crowns in eyes But the brazier of crRate it:

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Trees Against The Sky
Robert William Service
to Heaven nigh - Pines against the sky. Palms against the sky, Failing the hot, hard blue; Stark oRate it:

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Voyages
Harold Hart Crane
hours, And hasten while her penniless rich palms Pass superscription of bent foam and wave,— Rate it:

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Spirit of Poetry, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the soft air, The leaves above their sunny palms outspread. With what a tender and impassioned voicRate it:

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FAREWELL FROST, OR WELCOME SPRING
Robert Herrick
Spring Gives to each mead a neat enamelling; The palms put forth their gems, and every tree Now swaRate it:

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The Opal Dream Cave
Katherine Mansfield
delicately walked into my hand. I shut the two palms of my hands together And held her prisoner. I Rate it:

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Earlier Poems : The Spirit Of Poetry
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the soft air, The leaves above their sunny palms outspread. With what a tender and impassioned voicRate it:

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