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An Athenian Reverie
Archibald Lampman
battled with the whistling wind, the feet Reeling upon the swaying deck, and eyes Strained anxiouslRate it:

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Noctambule
Robert William Service
am feeling), Even as I reel, All the world is reeling. Reeling too the stars, Neptune and Uranus, Rate it:

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Spring Day
Amy Lowell
ceiling; a stir of my finger sets them whirring, reeling. I move a foot, and the planes of light inRate it:

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Illileo
James Whitcomb Riley
me since I found you thus in this--? Let them reeling reach to win me-- even Heaven I would miss, GRate it:

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The Princess And The Page
Harriet Monroe
The bowed youth echoed, murmuring: Then rose, reeling with dark emotion, And striving to his dreRate it:

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The Ship-Builders
John Greenleaf Whittier
helm obey his hand, And seamen tread her reeling deck As if they trod the land. Her oaken ribs the Rate it:

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Where Lies the Land to Which the Ship Would Go?
Arthur Hugh Clough
with wind and wave! The dripping sailor on the reeling mast Exults to bear, and scorns to wish it pRate it:

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After Hearing A Waltz By Bartok
Amy Lowell
dabbled a chair. And our strife Lasted one reeling second, his knife Lay and winked in the lights oRate it:

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Skipper Ireson's Ride
John Greenleaf Whittier
sleeping, I see a wreck, And hear a cry from a reeling deck! Hate me and curse me, - I only dread TRate it:

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The Legend of Mirth
Rudyard Kipling
shoutingly adrift 'twixt star and star; Reeling a planet's orbit left or right As laughter took theRate it:

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A Ballad Of The French Fleet. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Fifth)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
shook, Or the curtains of Midian. Down on the reeling decks Crashed the o'erwhelming seas; Ah, neveRate it:

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A Legend of Truth
Rudyard Kipling
of things, Beheld a phantom on unbalanced wings, Reeling and groping, dazed, dishevelled, dumb, ButRate it:

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A Retort
Ambrose Bierce
shrew-bound gentlemen discourse of slaves; As reeling drunkards judge the world unsteady And idlersRate it:

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A Statesman
Sydney Thompson Dobell
in racks of blood, And drip in thunder from his reeling spars, The compass in his hand, beholds theRate it:

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Abu Midjan
Archibald Lampman
had taken, As they passed from line to line, Reeling in the camp at midnight, Abu Midjan drunk withRate it:

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Across The Pampas
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
mouth The Cross was turning like a clock and reeling In the South. But, as the night grew out and Rate it:

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Amongst the Roses
Henry Kendall
how long have you slept By the Roses all reeling with colours? A tree from its tresses a blossom Rate it:

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At The Window
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
feeling Down in my heart. My brain seemed to be reeling; For, as it happens, my name, too, is WilRate it:

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Ballade Of Youth And Age
William Ernest Henley
and all. A staff that rests in a nook of wall, A reeling battle, a rusted gage, The chant of a nearRate it:

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Beast and Man in India
Rudyard Kipling
trailing o'er the tusks aslant, The saplings reeling in the path he trod, Declare his might--our loRate it:

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Bells Beyond the Forest
Henry Kendall
to one who, by the waters standing, marks the reeling ocean wave Moaning, hide his head all torn anRate it:

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Brogan's Lane
Louis Esson
Brogan’s Lane, Brogan’s Lane, A reeling moon blinks over Brogan’s Lane. Flash FrRate it:

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But What About Those?
Nikhil Parekh
Sun of midday, But what about those people reeling under severe drought; whose wells you had emptiRate it:

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Catawba Wine. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
juice For foreign use, When shipped o'er the reeling Atlantic, To rack our brains With the fever paRate it:

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Christ at Carnival
Muriel Stuart
swinging, swaying in the revel, Laughing and reeling, kissing each and all-- A crowd that wildestRate it:

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