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Siege Perilous
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Long warned of many terrors more severe To scorch him than hell’s engines could awaken, He scanned again, too far to be so near, The fearful sea...Rate it:

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At Baia
Hilda Doolittle
a dream you would have brought some lovely, perilous thing, orchids piled in a great sheath, as whoRate it:

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The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
William Blake
clouds swag on the deep. Once meek, and in a perilous path The just man kept his course along Rate it:

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Laus Virginitatis
Arthur Symons
in the hills: 'Come up among the bleak and perilous ways, Come up and follow after Love, who fills Rate it:

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The Rymor and I
Joseph Mark Ippolito
stone and Huntly burn With crooked stream and perilous urn Stand by the Tweed ae surly By jagged crRate it:

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The Rymor and I...
Joseph Mark Ippolito
stone and Huntly burn Wi’ crooked stream and perilous urn Stand by the Tweed ae surly ‘Neath jaggRate it:

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At Dawn
Alfred Noyes
On the stainless unknown shore, While that perilous queen of the world’s delight and wonder ComeRate it:

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Hearts First Word. I.
Isaac Rosenberg
lovely heaven reach ? What dread, dark seas and perilous Lie 'twist love's silence and love's speecRate it:

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Père Lalemant
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
pool with beauty, while I roam Far from the perilous folds that are my home, There where we built SRate it:

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Pitch Black Skies
Nicholas Alahverdian
these years making and breaking my mind through perilous woes and determined foes they’ve succeededRate it:

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The Comrade
Edith Wharton
safeliest essayed; Divine accomplice of those perilous-sweet Low moth-flights of the unadventuredRate it:

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The Star-Spangled Banner
Francis Scott Key
broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watch'd, were so gaRate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE REVES TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
into thyn hous,' For herberwynge by nyghte is perilous. Wel oghte a man avysed for to be, Whom thatRate it:

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Zone
Guillaume Apollinaire
briefly with ash The sirens abandon their perilous channels Each one singing more beautifully arrivRate it:

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A Ballad Of Whitechapel
Isaac Rosenberg
steaming wail at doom the Lord had scrawled For perilous loads of sin. And my soul thought : 'WhatRate it:

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A Captain Of Song
Francis Thompson
the ways of dreadful greatness are He knows the perilous rout That all those ways about Sink into dRate it:

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A Lamentation
Algernon Charles Swinburne
have known the ways of the sea, All the perilous ways, Strange winds have spoken with me, And the tRate it:

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A Legend of Service
Henry Van Dyke
broken thought, the strangeness of the call, The perilous passage of the mountain-wall, The solitarRate it:

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A Reading Of Life--The Test Of Manhood
George Meredith
her chastened son to hail athwart All ventures perilous his shrouded Sire; A stranger still, religiRate it:

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A Reading Of Life--With The Huntress
George Meredith
and she Sanctifies the unembraced. Nought of perilous she reeks; Valour clothes her open breast; SwRate it:

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A Runnable Stag
John Davidson
three on top, The right, the runnable stag. By perilous paths in coomb and dell, The heather, thRate it:

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A Song For Soldiers
John Boyle O'Reilly
of affliction; Whether of manly pluck in the perilous hour, or that which is higher, And highest ofRate it:

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A Spirit's Return
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
flute-note of the wind through cave and bower A perilous delight! - for then first woke My life's lRate it:

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America to England
Katharine Lee Bates
in the blue, But rough oak plunging on o'er perilous jars Of reef and ice, our faith will follow Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto V
Arthur Hugh Clough
the curve of the inflowing waters, Under the perilous hill fringes the beautiful bay,-- ParthenopRate it:

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