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Parfum Exotique (Exotic Perfume)
Charles Baudelaire
dans mon âme au chant des mariniers. Exotic Perfume When, with both my eyes closed, on a hot autuRate it:

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Le Flacon (The Perfume Flask)
Charles Baudelaire
me ronge, ô la vie et la mort de mon coeur! The Perfume Flask There are strong perfumes for whichRate it:

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As A Perfume
Arthur Symons
As a perfume doth remain In the folds where it hath lain, So the thought of you, remaining Deeply folded in my brain, Will not leave me: all thi...Rate it:

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Bathed In War's Perfume
Walt Whitman
BATHED in war's perfume--delicate flag! (Should the days needing armies, needing fleets, come again,) O to hear you call the sailors and the ...Rate it:

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Elegy IV: The Perfume
John Donne
me That which betrayed me to my enemy: A loud perfume, which at my entrance cried Even at thy fatheRate it:

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Perfume Laden Air
Sugawara Takesue no Musume
When from the neighbouring garden the perfume-laden air Saturates my soul with memories, Rises the thought of the beloved plum-tree Blooming under ...Rate it:

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The Perfume Of Your Silence
Kurt Philip Behm
of what your betrayal has left behind The perfume of your silence lingers, —in scentedRate it:

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Perfume
Arthur Symons
Shake out your hair about me, so, That I may feel the stir and scent Of those vague odours come and go The way our kisses went. Night gave this pri...Rate it:

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La Chevelure (Her Hair)
Charles Baudelaire
in curls to the shoulders! O black locks! O perfume laden with nonchalance! Ecstasy! To people thRate it:

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Ashes Of Soldiers
Walt Whitman
love is not over--and what love, O comrades! Perfume from battle-fields rising--up from foetor aRate it:

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The Bayadere. An Indian Tale (1)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
is mute; There are flowers of light and spiced perfume,-- But there wants the sweetest of breath anRate it:

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Tout Entière (All of Her)
Charles Baudelaire
Her breath makes music, And her voice makes perfume!' — Translated by William Aggeler All in OnRate it:

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Wild Flowers Of Australia
Caroline Carleton
Oh say not that no perfume dwells; The wilding flowers among, Say not that in the forest dells Is heard no voice of song. The air is laden with th...Rate it:

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A Bird and flower upon the tree
Augusta Davies Webster
who art sunlight and fire, flower who art perfume and joy, Sweetest of sweet, Ah for the gift withRate it:

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A Celebration
William Carlos Williams
in blossom--no need to tell with this weight of perfume in the air. If it were not so dark in thiRate it:

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A Southern Singer
James Whitcomb Riley
of Pan's pursed mouth-- As sweet in voice as, in perfume, The night-breath of magnolia-bloom. SuchRate it:

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Al Aaraaf
Edgar Allan Poe
too, as sacred as the light She fears to perfume, perfuming the night: And Clytia, pondRate it:

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Amyntor's Grove, His Chloris, Arigo, And Gratiana. An Elogie
Richard Lovelace
her minde; Her lips like coral gates kept in The perfume and the pearle within; Her eyes a double-fRate it:

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Causerie (Conversation)
Charles Baudelaire
drunk there, kill, tear each other's hair! — A perfume floats about your naked breast!... O BeautyRate it:

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Comfort of the Fields
Archibald Lampman
sown with gold, and sweet With the keen perfume of the ripening grass, Where wings of birdsRate it:

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Craving for Spring
David Herbert Lawrence
virgins and lilies, of passionate, suffocating perfume of corruption, no more narcissus perfume, liRate it:

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Edenland
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
in hand, While the night-flowers poured their perfume, And night-airs the still earth fanned?-- Rate it:

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El Poeta Y La Ilusion (The Poet and the Illusion)
Delmira Agustini
sonoro De su boca, miel suavísima; nube de perfume y oro La pomposa cabellera me inundó como un dRate it:

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Evening Harmony
Charles Baudelaire
to and fro, Each flower is a censer sifting its perfume; The scent and sounds all swirl in evening’Rate it:

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Hesperia
Algernon Charles Swinburne
blows from the region of stories, Blows with a perfume of songs and of memories beloved from a boy,Rate it:

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