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The Golden Year!
Alfred Austin
stretched stiff and stark, And wintry winds shrilled eerie, I saw him creep, alone, at dark, Into tRate it:

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A Tale
Robert Browning
we took your lyre for harp, So it shrilled us forth F sharp!' Did the conqueror spurn the creaturRate it:

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At The Gate Of The Convent
Alfred Austin
matin prayer. The throstle and the blackbird shrilled, Loudly as in an English copse, Fountain-likRate it:

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Clowns' Houses
Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
the hour in Hell; The busy chatter of the heat Shrilled like a parakeet; And shuddering at the nRate it:

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Grandeur Of Ghosts
Siegfried Sassoon
for shallow conversational ends, What Shelley shrilled, what Blake once wildly muttered .... HowRate it:

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Lohengrin
Emma Lazarus
and am called,' His clear, young voice shrilled gladly through the air, And backward through the soRate it:

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Quis Separabit?
Philip Joseph Holdsworth
life rang joy, till the World's loud malice Shrilled to the edge of our utmost star. And I saRate it:

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The Dark House
Siegfried Sassoon
thrush began... ‘Come back; come back!’ he shrilled to the heart Of the passion-plighted man. Rate it:

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The Loving Shepherdess
Robinson Jeffers
as one of her ewes. An eight-year-old girl Shrilled, 'Whistle for the dogs, make her run like a cRate it:

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The Music Box
Christopher Morley
the Ocean's Gem- (Its only tune) shrilled sweet and faint. He cranked the chimes, admiring them, Rate it:

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The Passing Of Arthur
Alfred Lord Tennyson
cloud to cloud, down the long wind the dream Shrilled; but in going mingled with dim cries Far inRate it:

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The Princess (part 7)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
dawned; and morn by morn the lark Shot up and shrilled in flickering gyres, but I Lay silent in tRate it:

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Through Liberty To Light
Alfred Austin
never their flag was furled, And, wherever those shrilled, or this was seen, men sprang to their feRate it:

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