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The Late last Rook
Ralph Hodgson
last red glow has followed day. The late, last rook is housed and will With cronies lie till morrRate it:

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The Rook And The Sparrows
Charles Lamb
to the window came A great black bird, a rook by name, And took away a small bird's share. So fooliRate it:

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Winter in Durnover Field
Thomas Hardy
from north-east: sky a dull grey. (Triolet) Rook.--Throughout the field I find no grain; TRate it:

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Duns Scotus's Oxford
Gerard Manley Hopkins
bell-swarm{`e}d, lark charm{`e}d, rook racked, river-rounded; The dapple-eared lily below thee; Rate it:

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A Letter From the Front
Sir Henry Newbolt
young Gunner Subaltern, stalking along With a rook-rifle held at the read, and -- would you believRate it:

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An Autumn Picture
Alfred Austin
in the stubbly wheat, High overhead the harsh rook saileth slow, And cupless acorns crackle 'neath Rate it:

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Bat
Padraic Colum
the air, The magpie coquettes with day, The rook caws 'Time to be gone,' And travels on; While towaRate it:

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Boon Soul
Robert William Service
to ease my coughing. It's true I'm raucous as a rook, But feeling bibulously "bardy," These lines IRate it:

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Botany Bay Eclogues 02 - Elinor
Robert Southey
the summer sun, Oft have I loved to mark the rook's slow course And hear his hollow croak, what timRate it:

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Dead Leaves
James Whitcomb Riley
the book Of fate; thou flingest in the crinkled brook The trembling maple's gold, and frosty-clear Rate it:

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Good-Night!
Alfred Austin
The hawk is in his nest, And the last rook hath dropped to rest. There is no hum, no chirp, no bleaRate it:

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Grave, The (excerpt)
Robert Blair
and windows clap, and night's foul bird, Rook'd in the spire, screams loud; the gloomy aisles Rate it:

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Of Three Children
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
youth!... But hark! but look! the warning rook Wings home in level flight; The children tired wiRate it:

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On A Miser, 3 (From The Greek)
William Cowper
individual of a kind Long-lived by nature as the rook or hind? Heap treasure, then, for if thy needRate it:

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On the Dark, Still, Dry Warm Weather
Gilbert White
Sooth'd by the genial warmth, the cawing rook Anticipates the spring, selects her mate, Haunts hRate it:

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Risus Dei
Thomas Edward Brown
is in the note of bird, And piping wind, and brook, And all the joyful things that speak no wRate it:

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Satyr VI. The Spleen
Thomas Parnell
curse while others run pray In Camps they rook each other at their play then the loosers mutiny Rate it:

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Seed-Time
George Meredith
soaked in the ditch's dyes; Tumbles the rook under grey or slate; Else enfolding us, damps to the bRate it:

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Stratton Water
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Lord Sands Looked up the western lea; The rook was grieving on her nest, The flood was round her trRate it:

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The Bugler's First Communion
Gerard Manley Hopkins
and forefending angel-warder Squander the hell-rook ranks sally to molest him; March, kind comradRate it:

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The Cold Heaven
William Butler Yeats
SUDDENLY I saw the cold and rook-delighting heaven That seemed as though ice burned and was but the more ice, And thereupon imagination and heart w...Rate it:

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The Dance Of The Seven Deadly Sins
William Dunbar
begoud to clatter, And roup like raven and rook. The Devil sae deaved was with their yell; That in Rate it:

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The Front Tooth
Robert William Service
ourselves attractive. I hope yer dentist was no rook?" Says I: "A quid is what he took." Says PollRate it:

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The Grave (excerpt)
Robert Blair
and windows clap, and night's foul bird, Rook'd in the spire, screams loud; the gloomy aisles Rate it:

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The Lime-tree Bower my Prison [Addressed to Charles Lamb, o
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
My gentle-hearted Charles! when the last rook Beat its straight path along the dusky air HomewRate it:

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