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The Less Trodden
Donka Kristeva
Stillness, awareness, far from the maddening crowd, whispers divine Mind Deep calls unto deep, Spirit beckons, heart follow, on hind's feet, soul ...Rate it:

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News to the king, good news for all
Augusta Davies Webster
to the king, good news for all,' The corn is trodden, the river runs red. 'News of the battle,' theRate it:

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Tell me not of morrows, sweet
Augusta Davies Webster
but speak of yesterdays, Lest, forgetting trodden ways, We have trodden them in vain. Make one loveRate it:

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The Ballad of the Cars
Rudyard Kipling
that overtook He got no hurt at all! "I ha' trodden the wet road and the dry -- But and the shady Rate it:

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The Coming of The Rauparaha
Arthur Henry Adams
victory, Who could follow where my feet have trodden, Might yet rear their name into a pillar Rate it:

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A Strange Boy
Sayeed Abubakar
lap of mom opened his fearful eyes in the war-trodden world, and asked in a depressed voice, 'WhereRate it:

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A Sweet Landscape
James Montgomery
velvet verdure clad the turf beneath, Where trodden flowers their richest odours breathe; O'er all,Rate it:

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Brother and Sister
George Eliot
content. III. Our mother bade us keep the trodden ways, Stroked down my tippet, set my brotherRate it:

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The English Revolution Of 1848
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
then at what a slapping pace Shall the tens be trodden down to five, and the fives kicked down to aRate it:

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Assumpta Maria
Francis Thompson
papyrus reed? Follow where the flocks have trodden, Follow where the shepherds lead.' He, the AnterRate it:

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My Little Doll
Charles Kingsley
her paint is all washed away, And her arms trodden off by the cows, dears And her hair not the leasRate it:

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A Letter from Italy
Joseph Addison
the rough rocks with tender myrtle bloom, And trodden weeds send out a rich perfume. Bear me,Rate it:

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Ode On A Grecian Urn
John Keats
overwrought, With forest branches and the trodden weed; Thou, silent form, dost tease us Rate it:

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The Clod and the Pebble
William Blake
hell's despair.' So sung a little clod of clay, Trodden with the cattle's feet; But a pebble of thRate it:

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The Trees Are Down
Charlotte Mary Mew
fall, The crash of the trunks, the rustle of trodden leaves, With the 'Whoops' and the 'Whoa', the Rate it:

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The Road Not Taken
Robert Frost
that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I marked the first for another daRate it:

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Apostasy
Charlotte Brontë
dawn upon the hills shall smile, And show some trodden way ? ' I come ! I come !' in haste she saRate it:

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The Borough. Letter IV: Sects And Professions In Religion
George Crabbe
her mitre, and defiled her gown: We would have trodden low both bench and stall, Nor left a tithe rRate it:

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Look Seaward, Sentinel!
Alfred Austin
charm your leisure, To grace your ease. We have trodden the billows, And tracked the ford, To softeRate it:

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A Ballad of London
Richard Le Gallienne
root, some say, there lies, A world of weeping trodden things, Poor worms that have not eyes or wRate it:

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A Calendar of Sonnets: November
Helen Hunt Jackson
bearing summer's gifts. Beguiled, the pale down-trodden aster lifts Her head and blooms again. ThRate it:

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A Corymbus For Autumn
Francis Thompson
about her tinged in fainter wise. As if she had trodden the stars in press, Till the gold wine spurRate it:

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A Fatal Impress
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
victim of a broken trust, A withered thing, was trodden in the dust. Rate it:

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A Lamentation
Algernon Charles Swinburne
I. WHO hath known the ways of time Or trodden behind his feet? There is no such man among men. For chance overcomes him, or crime Changes; for all ...Rate it:

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A Lay Of Old Time
John Greenleaf Whittier
blushed with plum and pear, And seeded grass and trodden root Grew sweet beneath their care. We shRate it:

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