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Spirits
Robert Seymour Bridges
Angel spirits of sleep, White-robed, with silver hair, In your meadows fair, Where the willows weep, And the sad moonbeam On the gliding strea...Rate it:

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Spirits Of The Dead
Edgar Allan Poe
Thy soul shall find itself alone 'Mid dark thoughts of the grey tomb-stone; Not one, of all the crowd, to pry Into thine hour of ...Rate it:

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At Your Spirits Behest
Kurt Philip Behm
Do you demand my lies, instead of the truth Do you hem and sigh, or stammer uncouth Does the word unfiltered, get trapped in your brain Do...Rate it:

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Chorus of Eden Spirits
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
HEARKEN, oh hearken! let your souls behind you Turn, gently moved! Our voices feel along the Dread to find you, O lost, beloved! Through ...Rate it:

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Draining Our Spirits
Kurt Philip Behm
Like an open wound That won’t heal The current political situation Bleeds out… A hemorrhaged polarization Inside a malignancy of lies Draining our ...Rate it:

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From Faust - IV. Chorus Of Spirits
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
VANISH, dark clouds on high, Offspring of night! Let a more radiant beam Through the blue ether gleam, Charming the sight! Would the dark clouds ...Rate it:

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Oh! Think Not My Spirits Are Always As Light
Thomas Moore
Oh! think not my spirits are always as light, And as free from a pang as they seem to you now, Nor expect that the heart-beaming smile of to-nigh...Rate it:

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The Spirits for Good
Henry Lawson
We come with peace and reason, We come with love and light, To banish black self-treason And everlasting night. We know no god nor devil, We neith...Rate it:

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The Spirits of Our Fathers
Henry Lawson
THE SPIRITS of our fathers rise not from every wave, They left the sea behind them long ago; It was many years of “slogging,” where strong men must...Rate it:

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The Two Spirits: An Allegory
Percy Bysshe Shelley
FIRST SPIRIT O thou, who plum'd with strong desire Wouldst float above the earth, beware! A Shadow tracks thy flight of fire-- ...Rate it:

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To-- Oh! there are spirits of the air
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Dakrysi Dioisw Potmon Apotmon Oh! there are spirits of the air, And genii of the evening breeze, And gentle ghosts, with eyes as fair As star-beam...Rate it:

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Ye Spirits Of The Free
Anonymous Americas
Ye spirits of the free, Can ye forever see Your brother man A yoked and scourged slave Chains dragging to his grave, And raise no hand to save? Say...Rate it:

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