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The Phantom Fleet
Alfred Noyes
_Talk from Town; Our rusting trident, and our phantom fleet_: And from a neighbouring tavern surgeRate it:

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She Was a Phantom of Delight
William Wordsworth
She was a phantom of delight When first she gleamed upon my sight; A lovely Apparition, sent To be a moment's ornament; Her eyes as stars of Twilig...Rate it:

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As If A Phantom Caress'd Me
Walt Whitman
AS if a phantom caress'd me, I thought I was not alone, walking here by the shore; But the one I thought was with me, as now I walk by th...Rate it:

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Love's Phantom
Robert Fuller Murray
his own, So, in your living presence, dies The phantom kindled at your eyes. By this most blesseRate it:

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Phantom Footsteps
Henry Clay Work
is calling, "Mother! mother! wait for me." Phantom footsteps! hear them falling (falling, falling)Rate it:

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The Phantom Curate
William Schwenck Gilbert
heard, as Punch was being treated penally, That phantom curate laughing all hyaenally. Now at a piRate it:

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The Phantom Horsewoman.
Thomas Hardy
real, and keen, What his back years bring- A phantom of his own figuring. Of this vision of his thRate it:

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Un Fantôme (A Phantom)
Charles Baudelaire
qui fut mon plaisir et ma gloire! A Phantom I The Darkness In the mournful vaults of fathomless Rate it:

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Love's Phantom
Mathilde Blind
SHUT out day's wintry beams! Sleep, brood upon my brain! For sweet sleep bringeth dreams And love again! Love cold and wan and sere Heaped over wit...Rate it:

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Phantom
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
All look and likeness caught from earth All accident of kin and birth, Had pass'd away. There was no trace Of aught on that illumined face, Uprais'...Rate it:

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Phantom Or Fact? A Dialogue In Verse
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Author. A lovely form there sate beside my bed, And such a feeding calm its presence shed, A tender love so pure from earthly leaven That I unnethe...Rate it:

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The Phantom Ball
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
this was the end of it all: Nothing but phantoms whirling In a ghastly skeleton ball. But the musicRate it:

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The Phantom Kiss
Paul Laurence Dunbar
One night in my room, still and beamless, With will and with thought in eclipse, I rested in sleep that was dreamless; When softly there fell on my...Rate it:

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The Phantom Ship. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In Mather's Magnalia Christi, Of the old colonial time, May be found in prose the legend That is here set down in rhyme. A ship sailed from New Ha...Rate it:

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Boadicea
Alfred Lord Tennyson
flying fire in heaven, a murmur heard aerially, Phantom sound of blows descending, moan of an enemyRate it:

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Helen of Tyre
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
What phantom is this that appears Through the purple mist of the years, Itself but a mist like these? A woman of cloud and of fire; It is she; it i...Rate it:

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L'Aube spirituelle (Spiritual Dawn)
Charles Baudelaire
Thus, ever triumphant, resplendent soul! Your phantom is like the immortal sun! — Translated by Rate it:

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Full Moon
Robert Graves
in sleep As they dream side by side. Your phantom wore the moon's cold mask, My phantom wore the sRate it:

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A Funeral Poem On The Death Of C. E. An Infant Of Twelve Months
Phillis Wheatley
we with joy receive, 'We fain would clasp the Phantom to our breast, 'The Phantom flies, and leavesRate it:

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An Empty Nest
James Whitcomb Riley
in the underbrush: A withered leaf, in phantom jest, Has nestled in it like a thrush With weary, paRate it:

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Armies in the Fire
Robert Louis Stevenson
Then once again the glow returns; Again the phantom city burns; And down the red-hot valley, loRate it:

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Dead Man's Morrice
Alfred Noyes
haunts me yet, as old lost airs will do, A phantom strain: _Look for me once, lest I should look foRate it:

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Dejection: An Ode
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
winter-bright ! And overspread with phantom light, (With swimming phantom light o'erspreaRate it:

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Dirge For Two Veterans
Walt Whitman
moon; Beautiful over the house tops, ghastly phantom moon; Immense and silent moon. Rate it:

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Dompna Pois De Me No'us Cal
Ezra Pound
straight speech free-running, That my phantom lack not in cunning, At Chalais of the Viscountess, Rate it:

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