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Lost
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
your face. Your voice, that mocked the robin's trill, I cannot think is hushed and still. I thougRate it:

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April
Archibald Lampman
pulse and thrill, From the pale-weeded shallows trill and trill, Tremulous sweet voices, flute-likeRate it:

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Meg's Curse
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
had not wept for years; But the robin's trill, as some sounds will, Jarred open the door of tears. Rate it:

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Mother and Daughter- Sonnet Sequence
Augusta Davies Webster
reach no blending minors near; 'Tis the bird's trill because the spring is here And spring means Rate it:

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Poor Peter
Robert William Service
is thin and tattered; Yet hark! he's playing trill on trill As if his music mattered. And somehow tRate it:

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The Faun
John Le Gay Brereton
glittered on my limbs I danced, and laughed, and trilled My happy incoherent hymns, Sped only by thRate it:

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Young Laughters, and My Music!
Augusta Davies Webster
reach no blending minors near; 'Tis the bird's trill because the spring is here And spring means Rate it:

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A Question Answered
Alfred Austin
it higher and higher soar, Still ceasing not to trill, When, though I could descry no more Its fligRate it:

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Leaves
Gamaliel Bradford
idle tears Of love that grieves. A tinkling trill, A pallid flight Like brief delight -- And all iRate it:

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A Ditty Of No Tone
James Whitcomb Riley
paths go loitering, and where the trill Of best-remembered birds hath something new In cadence for Rate it:

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A March Minstrel
Alfred Austin
repays his boast. Thou, thou art lavish of thy trill, Now when we need it most. The nightingale, wRate it:

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A Mirage
William Schwenck Gilbert
coo - Were I thy bride! The skylark's trill Were but discordance shrill To the soft thrill Of wooinRate it:

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A Ring Posy
Christina Georgina Rossetti
I have one fancy hit. Jess and Jill can trill and sing With a flute-like voice, Dance as light asRate it:

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A Serenade
Sir Walter Scott
breeze is on the sea. The lark, his lay who trill’d all day, Sits hush’d his partner nigh; BreezRate it:

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A Southern Singer
James Whitcomb Riley
watching her. You waken, thrilling at the trill Of some wild bird that seems to spill The silence Rate it:

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An Autumn Mood
Sydney Thompson Dobell
shimmer of dim dulcimer, And thrill of trill'd citerne, And plaint of quaint bataunt, and throb of Rate it:

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Autumn
James Whitcomb Riley
ever will! Singing twank and twang of strings-- Trill of flute and clarinet In a melody that rings Rate it:

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Bacchus and Ariadne
James Henry Leigh Hunt
hurry here and there, in loosened bands, And trill above their heads their cymballed hands: Some, bRate it:

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Dark Truth
Robert William Service
scented snow of hawthorn bloom Would not trill out his glee so gaily, Could he foretell his songfulRate it:

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December Matins
Alfred Austin
loud and longer still 'Gan to tremble and to trill, Height after height of sound robustly breastingRate it:

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Dream
James Whitcomb Riley
nestled in her palm, did seem To trill a song that called her 'Dream.' Because I saw her, in a sleRate it:

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Elegy VIII: The Comparison
John Donne
that which from chafed musk-cats' pores doth trill, As the almighty balm of th' early East, Such arRate it:

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His Sweetheart
Isabella Valancy Crawford
sleeping in the dawn, Dreams that Cupid's trill is Roses singing on the lawn, Courting crestRate it:

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Improvisations: Light And Snow: 13
Conrad Potter Aiken
that secret room — Faint voices, music, a dying trill of laughter? And suddenly, from her long sleeRate it:

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In Summer
Paul Laurence Dunbar
the streams run down, And as long as the robins trill, Let us taunt old Care with a merry air, And Rate it:

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