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Sea Slant
Carl Sandburg
On up the sea slant, On up the horizon, The ship limps. The bone of her nose fog-gray, The heart of her sea-strong, She came a long way, She ...Rate it:

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A Slant of Sun on Dull Brown Walls
Stephen Crane
A slant of sun on dull brown walls, A forgotten sky of bashful blue. Toward God a mighty hymn, A song of collisions and cries, Rumbling wheels...Rate it:

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A Slant of Sun on Dull Brown Walls
Stephen Crane
A slant of sun on dull brown walls, A forgotten sky of bashful blue. Toward God a mighty hymn, A song of collisions and cries, Rumbling wheels...Rate it:

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There's a certain Slant of light (258)
Emily Dickinson
There's a certain Slant of light, Winter Afternoons-- That oppresses, like the Heft Of Cathedral Tunes-- Heavenly Hurt, it gives us-- We can find ...Rate it:

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A Letter From Li Po
Conrad Potter Aiken
by leaves, sifted by snow; on mulberry silk a slant of witch-light; on the pure text a slant of genRate it:

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Good-Bye, Little Cabin
Robert William Service
you! Your roof is bewhiskered, your floor is a-slant, Your walls seem to sag and to swing; I'm tryRate it:

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Red Is The Color Of Blood
Conrad Potter Aiken
blood… Here, in the golden haze of the late slant sun, Let us walk, with the light in our eyes, Rate it:

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A Poet's Home
Charles Harpur
the plough Through the rich loam, or while the slant sunshine Carress’d them, to remark the melons,Rate it:

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A Day In The Castle Of Envy
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
he sitteth till the sun Sendeth out long shadows slant Till the fish--tanks down beneath Hidden lieRate it:

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A Flight of Wild Ducks
Charles Harpur
with a quick circling gleam, as touched By the slant sunshine, and then disappear As instantaneouslRate it:

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A Psalm Of Councel
Joseph Furphy
own; One scorn for every brand of drone; One slant-eyed menace — yours alone! — Involving each iRate it:

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A Winter Piece
William Cullen Bryant
snow, and clothed the trees with ice; While the slant sun of February pours Into the bowers a floodRate it:

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Always for the First Time
Andre Breton
road in the vicinity of Grasse With the diagonal slant of its girls picking Behind them the dark faRate it:

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An Outdoor Reception
John Greenleaf Whittier
feet, The distant northern range uplit By the slant sunshine over it, With changes of the mountain Rate it:

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Another Spring Carol
Alfred Austin
sunless cleft, And the clouds that pelted Slant sleet have left The sky as blue as a child's gaze aRate it:

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As some vast Tropic tree, itself a wood (fragment)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
wide base controls the fronting bank, (By the slant current's pressure scoop'd away The frontRate it:

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At Liberty
Ada Cambridge
— Tall mast, slim spar and cobweb shroud, And slant deck echoing to thy tread — The great ship, staRate it:

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Breaking The Day In Two
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
break the day in two. When the shadows slant for afternoon, When the midday meal is over; When theRate it:

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Brueghel's Winter
Walter de la Mare
set a-row-- Trudge huntsmen, sinister spears aslant, Dogs snuffling behind them in the snow; And arRate it:

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Cadland, Southampton River
William Lisle Bowles
golden hair, yet dripping from the main, In the slant sunbeam. So the pensive bard Might image, warRate it:

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Caliban upon Setebos or, Natural Theology in the Island
Robert Browning
badger brown He hath watched hunt with that slant white-wedge eye By moonlight; and the pie wRate it:

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Cape Cod
George Santayana
fly, Where are the dead untold? The thin, slant willows by the flooded bog, The huge stranded hRate it:

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Champagne, 1914-15
Alan Seeger
his memory as they toil and sing In the slant sunshine of October days. . . . I love to think thRate it:

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Chanson d'Après-midi (Afternoon Song)
Charles Baudelaire
of Afternoon Though your eyebrows' wicked slant Give you an intriguing air Which the angels do noRate it:

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Come down, O Maid
Alfred Lord Tennyson
him dropt upon the firths of ice, That huddling slant in furrow-cloven falls To roll the torrent Rate it:

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