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Brighter Shone The Golden Shadows
Louisa May Alcott
Brighter shone the golden shadows; On the cool wind softly came The low, sweet tones of happy flowers, Singing little Violet's name. 'Mong the gree...Rate it:

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Now Heaven Shone
Kurt Philip Behm
my words set free —all light now heaven shone (Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2018)Rate it:

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The Moon In Silver Glory Shone
John Newton
The moon in silver glory shone, And not a cloud in sight; When suddenly a shade begun To intercept her light. How fast across her orb it spread, ...Rate it:

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The Summer Sun Shone Round Me
Robert Louis Stevenson
THE summer sun shone round me, The folded valley lay In a stream of sun and odour, That sultry summer day. The tall trees stood in the sunlight As...Rate it:

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A Channel Crossing
Algernon Charles Swinburne
at dawn of night, when sunset summer on autumn shone, Fared the steamer alert and loud through Rate it:

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The Shade Of Theseus - Ancient Greek Tradition
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
caught the breeze, When helms in sunlight shone, When masts were on the seas, And spears on MarathoRate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 4 B (Adeline)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
never yet to RAYMOND'S eye Spread such an earth, shone such a sky, Blew such sweet breezes o'er hisRate it:

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Henry Lawson
while they wondered “who was he?” O the moon shone bright as ever as they towed him up the river, Rate it:

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Anne Brontë
blessed moon arose on high, And shone serenely there. I watched her, with a tearful gaRate it:

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On a Spanish Cathedral
Henry Kendall
by pillars and spires whose summits shone out in the glare Of the high, the omnipotent fires, who kRate it:

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John Greenleaf Whittier
hues and shapes of grace And beauty looked or shone. Around the mighty master came The marvels whiRate it:

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The Cremona Violin
Amy Lowell
town was black, and sharp defined Against it shone the lines of roofs and towers, Superimposed and Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene, Book I, Canto IV (excerpts)
Edmund Spenser
and gorgeous array, A mayden Queene, that shone as Titans ray, In glistring gold, and peerelessRate it:

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The Huskers
John Greenleaf Whittier
and sere, Unfolded from their ripened charge, shone out the yellow ear; Beneath, the turnip lay conRate it:

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The Improvisatrice - I (Florence)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
beautiful, and young, Such as he had shone o’er my slumbers, When I had only slept to dream Rate it:

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The Loves of the Angels
Thomas Moore
falls most dim. Still fair and glorious, he but shone Among those youths the unheavenliest one- A Rate it:

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The Missionary - Canto Second
William Lisle Bowles
mountain's burning cone; And whilst his eyes shone dim, through surging smoke, Thus to the spirits Rate it:

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The South Wind And The Sun
James Whitcomb Riley
he knit his brows and held his breath, And shone and shone and shone! And this pair of merry fays Rate it:

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The Thought
William Brighty Rands
bright upper air; And, because my Thought so shone, I knew she had been shone upon. Next, by niRate it:

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The Transplanted Rose Tree
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
lovely rose tree smiled, And the sunbeams shone, the zephyrs played, ’Round the gardens favorite chRate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 E (Breaking Free)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
heart; love's morning sun On fitter altar never shone; Loving with all the snow-white truth, That iRate it:

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The Young Greek Odalisque
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
glowing cheeks and sparkling eyes, she shone supremely fair. ’Tis true that orbs as dark as hers Rate it:

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Three Faces
Algernon Charles Swinburne
void of wrath or glee, Through bay on bay shone blind from bank to bank The weary Mediterranean, drRate it:

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The White-Footed Deer
William Cullen Bryant
home again. The crescent moon and crimson eve Shone with a mingling light; The deer, upon the grasRate it:

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Two Lovers
George Eliot
two still sat together there, The red light shone about their knees; But all the heads by slow degrRate it:

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