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Reverie: The Orchard on the Slope
Raymond Knister
1 Thin ridges of land unploughed 2 Along the tree-rows 3 Covered with long cream grasses 4 Wind-torn. 5 Brown sand between th...Rate it:

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`Oh, if that Rainbow up there!'
Ethel Turner
Just for a moment could reach Through the wet slope of the air Here where I stand on the beach! Rate it:

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The Camel-Rider
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
dawn I sped in my desire, Breasting the ridges, slope on slope, till morning broke; And lo! the sunRate it:

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At Castle Boterel
Thomas Hardy
behind at the fading byway, And see on its slope, now glistening wet, Distinctly yet MyselRate it:

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I Now, O Friend, Whom Noiselessly The Snows
Robert Louis Stevenson
a hope Too many; My face is set to the autumnal slope, Where the loud winds shall . . . There shutRate it:

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Alfred Austin
The hills slope down to the valley, the streams run down to the sea, And my heart, my heart, O far one! sets and strains towards thee. But only the...Rate it:

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John Greenleaf Whittier
for lack of rains, And climbed the neighboring slope, with feet Slackened and heavy from the heat, Rate it:

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No News From The War
Augusta Davies Webster
us here must live. This morning, on my chosen slope, from whence My watch, I thought, was safe, I Rate it:

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Stratton Water
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
yonder far below that lies So white against the slope?” “O it's a sail o' your bonny barks The wateRate it:

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Sydney Exhibition Cantata
Henry Kendall
as Summer, shine to-day; Flying torrent, falling slope, ~Chorus~ Wear the face as bright as Hope; WRate it:

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The Crabb Massacre
Bob Atkinson
their heads Oury sat and pondered this on the slope of the damp ravine that kept the Tucson twentyRate it:

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The Golden Land
Francis Turner Palgrave
the tall trees crowd round and sally Down the slope sides, with stately gait And sylvan dance: anRate it:

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The Norsemen ( From Narrative and Legendary Poems )
John Greenleaf Whittier
its shore; And cultured field and peopled town Slope to its willowed margin down. Yet, while thiRate it:

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The Seeking Of The Waterfall
John Greenleaf Whittier
swift way to the valley took; Along the rugged slope they clomb, Their guide a thread of sound and Rate it:

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James Thomson
rapid darts; And falling fast from gradual slope to slope, With wild infracted course, and lessen'dRate it:

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A Child's Hair
William Watson
bowers; And vineyards steeped in ardent hours Slope to the wave Where storied Chillon's tragic toweRate it:

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American Feuillage
Walt Whitman
Always soft-breath'd Cuba! Always the vast slope drain'd by the Southern Sea--inseparable with Rate it:

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An Artist
Robinson Jeffers
a horse slack-kneed with thirst. Down a steep slope a dancing swarm Of yellow butterflies over a shRate it:

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Walt Whitman
20 O feuillage! O North! O the slope drained by the Mexican sea! O all, all inRate it:

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Man and Woman
Arthur Henry Adams
with eternal hope, Up Evolution's long, uneven slope Man lifts him from his sodden ancestry! Rate it:

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Ambrose Bierce
goblet, I would lay me down Prone on the outer slope, and o'er its edge Arching my neck, I'd siphonRate it:

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Spirit of Poetry, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
upland, where the sidelong sun Aslant the wooded slope, at evening, goes, Groves, through whose broRate it:

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The Mortal Lease
Edith Wharton
covered up My face before the wonder. Down the slope I heard her feet in irretrievable flight, And Rate it:

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Three Extracts from the Diary of a Week
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
The while our feet glide down life's faithless slope ; One has no strength, the other has no scopRate it:

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Maud Muller
John Greenleaf Whittier
glanced to the far-off town White from its hill-slope looking down, The sweet song died, and a vRate it:

(4.50 / 4 votes)

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