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The Island Hawk
Alfred Noyes
knoweth my pitiless breast? Who watcheth me sway in the wild wind's way? Flee – flee – for I quest,Rate it:

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The Old Man's Wish
Anonymous Americas
May I govern my passion with an absolute sway, And grow wiser and better as my strength weRate it:

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Vision of Columbus – Book 3
Joel Barlow
that fair stream that mark'd their northern sway, Where Apurimac leads his lucid way, To yon far glRate it:

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War
Percy Bysshe Shelley
eyes? Is this the system which Thy powerful sway, Which else in shapeless chaos sleeping lay, FormeRate it:

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The First Extra
Amy Levy
A Waltz Song. O sway, and swing, and sway, And swing, and sway, and swing! Ah me, what bliss like unto this, Can days and daylight bring? A rose ...Rate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 8
Joel Barlow
when savage tribes began, A few strong passions sway'd the wayward man; Envy, revenge and sateless Rate it:

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Ode To Napoleon Buonaparte
George Gordon Lord Byron
led them to adore Those Pagod things of sabre sway With fronts of brass, and feet of clay. IV. TheRate it:

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The Columbiad: Book III
Joel Barlow
his father's hand, The well-framed code that sway'd the sacred land; With rites mysterious served tRate it:

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The Swanks of Gosh
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the naughty Swank, The haughty Swank holds sway The most mendacious, ostentatious, Spacious SwankRate it:

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A Coin of Trajan in Australia
James Brunton Stephens
a later dispensation, when No more doth glory sway the souls of men. Sway me one instant with the Rate it:

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A Song In October
Theodor Storm
Clouds gather, treetops toss and sway; But pour us wine, an old one! That we may turn this dreary day To golden; yes, to golden! What if the storm...Rate it:

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Adela
Aleister Crowley
glide; the soft plash of the oar, that sways Our life, like love does, laps --- no softer seas SwooRate it:

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Celia To Damon
Matthew Prior
Way, And leave sad Marks of his destructive Sway. Mov'd by my Charms, with them your Love may ceasRate it:

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Daughters Of War
Isaac Rosenberg
in an easy might their wrists Of night's sway and noon's sway the sceptres brake, Clouding the wildRate it:

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Edwin and Eltrada, a Legendary Tale
Helen Maria Williams
discord fam'd, When YORK from LANCASTER'S proud sway The regal sceptre claim'd. Each moment now thRate it:

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Elegy X. To Fortune, Suggesting His Motive for Repining at Her Dispensations
William Shenstone
tongue Loads with fresh curses thy detested sway! Ask not, thus branded in my softest song, Why staRate it:

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England And Spain
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Too long have Tyranny and Power combined, To sway, with iron sceptre, o'er mankind; Long has Oppression worn th' imperial robe, And Rapine's sword ...Rate it:

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Epitaph. (On a Commonplace Person Who Died in Bed)
Amy Levy
Never pretend that the stone is bread. Never sway and sway 'twixt the false and true, WeighingRate it:

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Feast Of The Assumption
Abram Joseph Ryan
my head; Where the star-fringed shadows softly sway I bend my knee, And, like a homesick child, I pRate it:

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Flood
James Joyce
the sated flood The rockvine clusters lift and sway; Vast wings above the lambent waters brood Of sRate it:

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From Boethius: De Consolatione Philosophiae; Book III. Metre 5
Samuel Johnson
The man who pants for ample sway, Must bid his passions all obey; Must bid each wild desire be still, Nor yoke his reason with his will: For though...Rate it:

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Hymn to Science
Mark Akenside
head, the candid heart, Devoted to thy sway; Which no weak passions e'er mislead, WhicRate it:

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King Arthur's Tomb
William Morris
that day under my Queen's eyes, And how she sway'd laughing at Dinadan. No. Back again, the other tRate it:

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Love and Music. Written at Oxford, When Young
William Shenstone
claim An universal right to fame, An undisputed sway? Or has not Music equal charms, To fill the brRate it:

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Malcolm's Katie: A Love Story - Part I.
Isabella Valancy Crawford
thing I am; I had not seen the sun, and blind I sway'd To a strong wind, and thought because I swayRate it:

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