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As far as your Rifles Cover
Henry Lawson
– ay, you'll hold the land – the land that your rifles cover. Till your gold has levelled each moRate it:

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To Roumania
Henry Lawson
Rifles of the Rear Guard, Rattling through the rain, Falling back and falling back To make a stand again – Rifles of the Rear Guard, Shall you die ...Rate it:

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At Fredericksburg—Dec. 13, 1862
John Boyle O'Reilly
in view. Strong earthworks are there, and the rifles behind them Are Georgia militia—an Irish brigRate it:

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A Song For Soldiers
John Boyle O'Reilly
and the valley is lined with death from their rifles. Cried the captain, ''Men, we must charge!' anRate it:

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Comrades An Episode
Robert Nichols
silent sun over the earth held sway, Occasional rifles cracked, and far away A heedless speck, a 'pRate it:

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Eland’s River
George Essex Evans
challenge woke and found us With four thousand rifles round us; And Death stood laughing at us at tRate it:

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Government
Carl Sandburg
doing things. I saw militiamen level their rifles at a crowd of workingmen who were trying to get Rate it:

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Here Died
Henry Lawson
fight as men. When silent men with their rifles lie by many a ferny dell; And turn their heads wRate it:

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How Gilbert Died
Andrew Barton Paterson
And it's time that we went away." Their rifles stood at the stretcher head, Their bridles lay tRate it:

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The Grave of the Hundred Heads
Rudyard Kipling
Hira Lal, Took command of the party, Twenty rifles in all, Marched them down to the river As the daRate it:

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The Last Redoubt
Alfred Austin
slope still felt The cannon's bolt and the rifles' pelt; For a last redoubt up the hill remained, BRate it:

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The Lion Hunt
Thomas Pringle
breed: But mount, my brave boys! if our rifles prove true, We'll soon make the spoiler his ravages Rate it:

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The Scottish Engineer
Andrew Barton Paterson
through the still night air They heard the rifles crack. And the boom of a gun rang out, Like tRate it:

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What Have the Cavalry Done?
Andrew Barton Paterson
See! when the fight grows hot, Under the rifles or not, Always the order runs, "Fetch up the blRate it:

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“The rank stench of those bodies haunts me still”
Siegfried Sassoon
stared into the gloom; a rocket curved, And rifles rattled angrily on the left Down by the wood, anRate it:

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Anthem For Doomed Youth
Wilfred Owen
anger of the guns. Only the stuttering rifles' rapid rattle Can patter out their hasty orisons. Rate it:

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Rouge Bouquet
Joyce Kilmer
where the shell screamed and fell. Let your rifles rest on the muddy floor, You will not need theRate it:

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The Death of Ben Hall
William Henry Ogilvie
at the Court; and the tale began That the rifles alone should end; Sergeant and trooper laid their Rate it:

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You and You
Edith Wharton
ranks on ranks, Airplanes and cannon, and rifles and tanks, Smith and Robinson, Brown and Jones, Rate it:

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To The Irish Dead
George Essex Evans
the seal of blood, ye shall break it never: With rifles grounded and bare of head We drink to the dRate it:

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1916 seen from 1921
Edmund Blunden
of hope and fear; In those old marshes yet the rifles lie, On the thin breastwork flutter the grey Rate it:

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1936
Stephen Vincent Benet
under pack, But the hands gripping the rifles were naked bone And the hollow pits of the eyes stareRate it:

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A Letter Home
Siegfried Sassoon
Creep and blink through cannon thunder. Rifles crack and bullets flick, Sing and hum like hornetRate it:

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A Message to America
Alan Seeger
more to insure their liberty When the wrath of rifles and pennoned spears Should roll like a flooRate it:

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A Night Attack
Leon Gellert
mind is raking at the ragged past. ……A sound of rifles rattles from the south, and startled orders Rate it:

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