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Ode--Shell the Old City! Shell!
William Gilmore Simms
I. Shell the old city I shell! Ye myrmidons of Hell; Ye serve your master well, With hellish arts! Hurl down, with bolt and fire, The grand old shr...Rate it:

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The Bean-Stalk
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Ho, Giant! This is I! I have built me a bean-stalk into your sky! La,—but it's lovely, up so high! This is how I came,—I put Here my knee, th...Rate it:

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Shell-Music
Roderic Quinn
YOU with the shell to your ear, What do you hear, Slim and so white In the moonlight? 'Oh, I hear surging and shouting and singing, The sea-folk at...Rate it:

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Sea Shell
Amy Lowell
Sea Shell, Sea Shell, Sing me a song, O Please! A song of ships, and sailor men, And parrots, and tropical trees, Of islands lost in the Spanish M...Rate it:

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The Egg-Shell
Rudyard Kipling
The wind took off with the sunset-- The fog came up with the tide, When the Witch of the North took an Egg-shell With a little Blue Devil inside. "...Rate it:

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The Sea to the Shell
David MacDonald Ross
The sea, my mother, is singing to me, She is singing the old refrain, Of passion, of love, and of mystery, And her world-old song of pain;...Rate it:

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The Shell
Isabella Valancy Crawford
O little, whisp'ring, murm'ring shell, say cans't thou tell to me Good news of any stately ship that sails upon the sea? I press my ear, O little s...Rate it:

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Tortoise Shell
David Herbert Lawrence
The Cross, the Cross Goes deeper in than we know, Deeper into life; Right into the marrow And through the bone. Along the back of the baby tortoise...Rate it:

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What says the sea, little shell
Stephen Crane
"What says the sea, little shell? What says the sea? Long has our brother been silent to us, Kept his message for the ships, Awkward ships, stu...Rate it:

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What Says the Sea, Little Shell?
Stephen Crane
"What says the sea, little shell? What says the sea? Long has our brother been silent to us, Kept his message for the ships, Awkward ships, stu...Rate it:

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Dr. Sigmund Freud Discovers the Sea Shell
Archibald MacLeish
Science, that simple saint, cannot be bothered Figuring what anything is for: Enough for her devotions that things are And can be contemplated soon...Rate it:

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A cicada shell
Matsuo Basho
A cicada shell; it sang itself utterly away. Translated by R.H. Blyth Rate it:

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The Shell
James Stephens
AND then I pressed the shell Close to my ear And listened well, And straightway like a bell Came low and clear The slow, sad murmur of the dis...Rate it:

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Thou Leanest to the Shell of Night
James Joyce
Thou leanest to the shell of night, Dear lady, a divining ear. In that soft choiring of delight What sound hath made thy heart to fear? Seemed ...Rate it:

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To a Sea Shell
Hubert Church
Friend of my chamber--O thou spiral shell That murmurest of the ever-murmuring sea! Repeating with eternal constancy Whatever memories the wave ...Rate it:

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On Receiving A Curious Shell
John Keats
Hast thou from the caves of Golconda, a gem Pure as the ice-drop that froze on the mountain? Bright as the humming-bird's green diadem, When it ...Rate it:

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Northern Farmer: Old Style
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Wheer 'asta beän saw long and meä liggin' 'ere aloän? Noorse? thoort nowt o' a noorse: whoy, Doctor's abeän an' agoän; Says that I moänt 'a...Rate it:

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Lady Jane
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
Sapphics. Down the green hill-side fro' the castle window Lady Jane spied Bill Amaranth a-workin'; Day by day watched him go about his ample Nur...Rate it:

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Northern Farmer: New Style
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Dosn't thou 'ear my 'erse's legs, as they canters awaäy? Proputty, proputty, proputty--that's what I 'ears 'em saäy. Proputty, proputty, pr...Rate it:

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The Old Cottagers
John Clare
The little cottage stood alone, the pride Of solitude surrounded every side. Bean fields in blossom almost reached the wall; A garden with its hawt...Rate it:

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The Pearl Diver
Andrew Barton Paterson
Kanzo Makame, the diver, sturdy and small Japanee, Seeker of pearls and of pearl-shell down in the depths of the sea, Trudged o'er the bed of the...Rate it:

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The Happy Gardeners
Edward George Dyson
We were storemen, clerks and packers on an ammunition dump Twice the size of Cootamundra, and the goods we had to hump They were bombs as big a...Rate it:

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Baby Tortoise
David Herbert Lawrence
You know what it is to be born alone, Baby tortoise! The first day to heave your feet little by little from the shell, Not yet awake, And remain la...Rate it:

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Alzuna
Alfred Noyes
The forest of Alzuna hides a pool. Beside that pool, a shadowy tree up-towers. High on that tree, a bough most beautiful Bends with the ...Rate it:

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Lui et Elle
David Herbert Lawrence
She is large and matronly And rather dirty, A little sardonic-looking, as if domesticity had driven her to it. Though what she does, except lay fou...Rate it:

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