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One Sweeps By
Walt Whitman
ONE sweeps by, attended by an immense train, All emblematic of peace--not a soldier or menial among them. One sweeps by, old, with black eye...Rate it:

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Friend, Your White Beard Sweeps the Ground
Stephen Crane
Friend, your white beard sweeps the ground. Why do you stand, expectant? Do you hope to see it In one of your withered days? With your old eyes...Rate it:

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She sweeps with many-colored brooms,
Emily Dickinson
She sweeps with many-colored brooms, And leaves the shreds behind; Oh, housewife in the evening west, Come back, and dust the pond! You dropped a ...Rate it:

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Winter Rhapsody
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
to yon toiler, who with firm, Swift strokes, sweeps up the fallen leaves And, working, whistles. . Rate it:

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St. Michael's Mount
William Lisle Bowles
land, While heedless of the storm that onward sweeps, Mad, impious Riot his loud wassail keeps, PrRate it:

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The Night Bird: A Myth
Charles Kingsley
strong, My boat it lags behind.' 'The current sweeps the old world, The current sweeps the new; ThRate it:

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A Myth
Charles Kingsley
boat it lags behind.” “The current sweeps the old world, The current sweeps the new; The wiRate it:

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Coplas De Manrique (From The Spanish)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the present keeps, Onward the constant current sweeps, Till life is done; And, did we judge of timeRate it:

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Finding Heaven On Earth- In The Prostitute's Form
Nikhil Parekh
dwelling an iota less; than it celestially sweeps across the ostentatiously emotionless chimneys ofRate it:

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Forbidden Fruit
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Eight days to beer! A sigh sweeps thro' the nation Sweeps like a gale from 'Frisco to New York. ('Say! But it's tough, this long anticipation. Oh ...Rate it:

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Midnight—September 19, 1881
John Boyle O'Reilly
The Spirit's vision, when the senses fail, Sweeps the weird meaning that the outlook brings. DeRate it:

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Palmyra (1st Edition)
Thomas Love Peacock
like the burning desert blast, And sweeps him from the world. The noblest works of human pow'r In vRate it:

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The Flood of Years
William Cullen Bryant
moment on the mounting billow seen, The flood sweeps over them and they are gone. There groups of rRate it:

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Alice Duer Miller
door, And far below the river like a highway Sweeps on, but brings no travelers any more. Beauty Rate it:

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The White Bird
Lola Ridge
you hold the great white bird?— She that sweeps low over the chain-gangs When they glance up from tRate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 9
Joel Barlow
strife, the unsettled age; Yet no rude war, that sweeps the crimson plain, Shall dare disturb the lRate it:

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Sidney Lanier
beneath the wave, Then glitters out again and sweeps the sea: Each second I'm new-born from some nRate it:

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Infanticide in Madagascar
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
of the buffalo Is heard among the reeds, And sweeps around the carrion-crow That amid carnage feeRate it:

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A Bronze Head
William Butler Yeats
withered and mummy-dead. What great tomb-haunter sweeps the distant sky (Something may linger thereRate it:

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Ernst Toller
exhausts into a dream. The brown stillness sweeps over like a gentle wave. And often a frosted ligRate it:

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An Ode To The Hills
Archibald Lampman
the serried pines; and the hail sweeps Your pitiless scaurs. The long midsummer heat Chars the thiRate it:

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Where Shall We Land
James Whitcomb Riley
on every side, Save where the eye Of Fancy sweeps far lands Shelved slopingly with sands Of gold anRate it:

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1866 -- Addressed To The Old Year
Henry Timrod
roses spill, When some too boisterous zephyr sweeps the land. A time of peaceful prayer, Of law, lRate it:

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A Cry to Arms
Henry Timrod
rather let its branches court The rack that sweeps the plain; And from the Lily's regal port Learn Rate it:

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A Fable
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
away she flies, Close to the Great Eternal: She sweeps the world with her piercing sight; Her soul Rate it:

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