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The Old Towers Of Mount Royal, Or Ville Marie
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
On proud Mount Royal’s Eastern side, In view of St. Lawrence’s silver tide, Are two stone towers of masonry rude, With massive doors of time-darken...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 01: 06: Over the darkened city, the city of towers
Conrad Potter Aiken
Over the darkened city, the city of towers, The city of a thousand gates, Over the gleaming terraced roofs, the huddled towers, Over a somnolent wh...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 01: 07: Midnight; bells toll, and along the cloud-high towers
Conrad Potter Aiken
Midnight; bells toll, and along the cloud-high towers The golden lights go out . . . The yellow windows darken, the shades are drawn, In thousands ...Rate it:

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The Towers of Time
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Under what withering leprous light The very grass as hair is grey, Grass in the cracks of the paven courts Of gods we graved but yesterday. Senate,...Rate it:

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Fountain’s Abbey - 'Alas, alas! those ancient towers
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Alas, alas! those ancient towers, Where never now the vespers ring, But lonely at the midnight hours, Flits by the bat on dusky wing. ...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Complete
Conrad Potter Aiken
I. The sun goes down in a cold pale flare of light. The trees grow dark: the shadows lean to the east: And lights wink out through the windows, on...Rate it:

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Herman Melville
Conrad Potter Aiken
‘My towers at last!’— What meant the word from what acknowledged circuit sprung and in the heart and on the tongue at sight of few familiar bir...Rate it:

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Laws XIII
Khalil Gibran
Then a lawyer said, "But what of our Laws, master?" And he answered: You delight in laying down laws, Yet you delight more in breaking them. ...Rate it:

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Love's Worship Restored
Robert Fuller Murray
O Love, thine empire is not dead, Nor will we let thy worship go, Although thine early flush be fled, Thine ardent eyes more faintly glow, And thy ...Rate it:

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Marianne's Dream
Percy Bysshe Shelley
1. A pale Dream came to a Lady fair, And said, A boon, a boon, I pray! I know the secrets of the air, And things are lost in the glare of day, Whic...Rate it:

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Mentana
Sydney Thompson Dobell
'Mother, I hear a word In the air!' Play on, play on, my son, The word thou hast heard is some bright sweet bird That singeth, why and where Who kn...Rate it:

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On Hearing that Constantinople Was Swallowed Up by an Earthquake
Amelia Opie
[A Report, though false, at that time generally believed.] Fallen are thy towers, Byzantium! towers that stood Before the Turk's dread fury, when ...Rate it:

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Over The Darkened City
Conrad Potter Aiken
Over the darkened city, the city of towers, The city of a thousand gates, Over the gleaming terraced roofs, the huddled towers, Over a somnolent wh...Rate it:

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Rokeby: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
I. Far in the chambers of the west, The gale had sigh'd itself to rest; The moon was cloudless now and clear, But pale, and soon to disappear. ...Rate it:

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Sketch From Bowden Hill After Sickness
William Lisle Bowles
How cheering are thy prospects, airy hill, To him who, pale and languid, on thy brow Pauses, respiring, and bids hail again The upland breeze, the ...Rate it:

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The City In The Sea
Edgar Allan Poe
Lo! Death has reared himself a throne In a strange city lying alone Far down within the dim West, Where the good and the bad and ...Rate it:

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The Haglets
Herman Melville
By chapel bare, with walls sea-beat The lichened urns in wilds are lost About a carved memorial stone That shows, decayed and coral-mossed, A form ...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 01: 02: One, from his high bright window in a tower
Conrad Potter Aiken
One, from his high bright window in a tower, Leans out, as evening falls, And sees the advancing curtain of the shower Splashing its silver on roof...Rate it:

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The Tower
Conrad Potter Aiken
One, from his high bright window in a tower, Leans out, as evening falls, And sees the advancing curtain of the shower Splashing its silver on roof...Rate it:

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The Troubadour And Richard Coeur De Lion
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
The Troubadour o'er many a plain Hath roamed unwearied, but in vain. O'er many a rugged mountain-scene And forest wild his track hath been; Beneat...Rate it:

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Passage To India
Walt Whitman
SINGING my days, Singing the great achievements of the present, Singing the strong, light works of engineers, Our modern wonders, (the...Rate it:

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Kensington Garden
Thomas Tickell
______ Campos, ubi Troja fuit. Virg. Where Kensington, high o'er the neighbouring lands Midst greens and sweets, a regal fabric, stands, And se...Rate it:

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The City Clocks
Padraic Colum
THE City clocks point out the hours They look like moons on their darkened towers- And I who was shown my destination Thrice, but have no sense of...Rate it:

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A Saxon Epitaph
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
The earth builds on the earth Castles and towers; The earth saith of the earth: All shall be ours. Yea, though they plan and reap The rye and th...Rate it:

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A Wayside Queen
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
She was born in the season of fire, When a mantle of murkiness lay On the front of the crimson Destroyer: And none knew the name of her sire Bu...Rate it:

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