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Sunny New South Wales
Andrew Barton Paterson
As here it does in this our land, our sunny New South Wales. Rate it:

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Bonnie New South Wales
Henry Lawson
lift the good old words again, for Sunny New South Wales. She bore me on her tented fields, and woRate it:

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The South Country
Hilaire Belloc
behind; And the great hills of the South Country Come back into my mind. Rate it:

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The South Wind And The Sun
James Whitcomb Riley
O The South Wind and the Sun! How each loved the other one Full of fancy--- full folly-- Full of jollity and fun! How they romped and ran about, Li...Rate it:

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To The South
Paul Laurence Dunbar
ON ITS NEW SLAVERY Heart of the Southland, heed me pleading now, Who bearest, unashamed, upon my brow The long kiss of the loving tropic sun, And ...Rate it:

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Limerick: There was an Old Man of the South
Edward Lear
There was an Old Man of the South, Who had an immederate mouth; But in swallowing a dish, That was quite full of fish, He was choked, that Old Man ...Rate it:

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North And South
James Whitcomb Riley
dusk fell like a sweet face in a swoon. Of the South I dreamed: And there Came a vision clear and Rate it:

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South Wind
Siegfried Sassoon
Where have you been, South Wind, this May-day morning,— With larks aloft, or skimming with the swallow, Or with blackbirds in a green, sun-glinte...Rate it:

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The South Wind: A Fisherman's Blessing
Charles Kingsley
O blessed drums of Aldershot! O blessed South-west train! O blessed, blessed Speaker's clock, All prophesying rain! O blessed yaffil, laughing lou...Rate it:

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A South Wind—has a pathos
Emily Dickinson
A South Wind—has a pathos Of individual Voice— As One detect on Landings An Emigrant's address. A Hint of Ports and Peoples— And much not understo...Rate it:

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Away Down South In The Land of Traitors
Anonymous Americas
Away down South in the land of traitors, Rattlesnakes and alligators, Right away, come away, right away, come away. Where cotton's king and men are...Rate it:

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Faint With Love, The Lady Of The South
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Faint with love, the Lady of the South Lay in the paradise of Lebanon Under a heaven of cedar boughs: the drouth Of love was on her lips; the light...Rate it:

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In The South
James Whitcomb Riley
There is a princess in the South About whose beauty rumors hum Like honey-bees about the mouth Of roses dewdrops falter from; And O her hair is lik...Rate it:

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Lines of South Scotland
James McIntyre
The South of Scotland did produce Heroic Wallace and the Bruce, And even time will never blot The record of her Burns and Scott, And Tannahil renow...Rate it:

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South Winds jostle them
Emily Dickinson
South Winds jostle them— Bumblebees come— Hover—hesitate— Dri nk, and are gone— Butterflies pause On their passage Cashmere— I—softly plucking, Pr...Rate it:

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South-West Wind In The Woodland
George Meredith
light and windy flame Spreads lengthening southward, and the sky Begins to gloom, and o'er the grRate it:

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Spring in the South
Henry Van Dyke
message,-- Love, love, love, and Spring in the South! Rate it:

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The Birds reported from the South
Emily Dickinson
The Birds reported from the South— A News express to Me— A spicy Charge, My little Posts— But I am deaf—Today— The Flowers—appealed—a timid Throng...Rate it:

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The Man In The South
Anonymous Americas
find a Richmond barber, But the man in the South, He mashed his mouth At a place they call Cold HarRate it:

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The South
Emma Lazarus
summer skies Behold the Spirit of the musky South, A creole with still-burning, languid eyes, VolupRate it:

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The South-Wester
George Meredith
was she seen Beneath her midway West of South; And sister was her quivered green To sapphire of theRate it:

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“From, that fair land and drear land in the South
John Boyle O'Reilly
From, that fair land and drear land in the South, Of which through years I do not cease to think, I brought a tale, learned not by word of mouth,...Rate it:

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A Cry from South Africa
James Montgomery
On building a chapel at Cape Town, for the Negro slaves of the colony, in 1828. Afric, from her remotest strand, Lifts to high heaven one fetter'...Rate it:

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A South-Sea Islander
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
ALOLL in the warm clear water, On her back with languorous limbs, She lies. The baby upon her breasts Paddles and falls and swims. With half-closed...Rate it:

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Epitaph in a Church-Yard in Charleston, South Carolina
Amy Lowell
GEORGE AUGUSTUS CLOUGH A NATIVE OF LIVERPOOL, DIED SUDDENLY OF "STRANGER'S FEVER" NOV'R 5th 1843 AGED 22 He died of "Stranger's Fever" when hi...Rate it:

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