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A Watch In The Night
Algernon Charles Swinburne
that waver and wane, Leaving the watchfires unlit. Only the balefires are bright, And the flash oRate it:

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Wayfarers, The
Rupert Brooke
one last mad embrace; The long road then, unlit by your faint smile. Ah! the long road! and you soRate it:

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Ghost House
Robert Frost
know not who these mute folk are Who share the unlit place with me-- Those stones out under the lowRate it:

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A Fairy Tale
Amy Lowell
an ignoble heap Of broken, dusty glass. And so, unlit, Even by hope or faith, my dragging steps Rate it:

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All That's Not Love . . .
Alan Seeger
without praise, The altar unset and the candle unlit. Let me survive not the lovable sway Of eaRate it:

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At a Life's End
Muriel Stuart
the old fire, This last night leave no lamp unlit! In later days we twain shall sit, RememberingRate it:

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Doom and She
Thomas Hardy
all things made, Matchless in artistry, Unlit with sight is she. - And though her ever welRate it:

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Fatigue
Amy Lowell
each day pass, well ordered in its usefulness, Unlit by sunshine, unscarred by storm; Dower me wiRate it:

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Girl in Love
Rainer Maria Rilke
a crystal's depth, profoundly Mute, translucent, unlit. I have space to spare inside me For the stRate it:

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Invitation To The Country
George Meredith
Come, and molest not the otter that whistles Unlit by the moon, 'mid the wet winter bristles Of Rate it:

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Only A Boche
Robert William Service
fetid air is making me yawn, and my cigarette's unlit, So I go to the nearest candle flame, and theRate it:

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Orpheus
Edith Wharton
mute and grey, Swept like a cold mist down an unlit strand, Where nameless wreckage gluts the stealRate it:

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Prayer
Hilda Doolittle
all-merciful, and touch the fore-head, dim, unlit of pride and thought, Mistress–be near! Give bacRate it:

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Some Starlit Garden Grey With Dew
William Ernest Henley
that scolds and jeers For ungirt loins and lamps unlit; In front, the unmanageable years, The trap Rate it:

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Sonnet LXXXVIII: Hero's Lamp.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
lamp within Anteros' shadowy shrine Shall stand unlit (for so the gods decree) Till some one man thRate it:

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The Gardener LXXXIII: She Dwelt on the Hillside
Rabindranath Tagore
in her deserted room where the lamp stood still unlit. When suddenly from before my eyes the hills Rate it:

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The House of Hospitalities
Thomas Hardy
brings in neighbours, And the New Year comes unlit; Where we sang the mole now labours, And spidersRate it:

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The Revolution
George Meredith
dame, of countenance The lightning's upon cloud: unlit as yet On brows and lips the lurid shine Of Rate it:

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The Seeker
Roderic Quinn
at your fire; With heart unwarmed and eyes unlit, I should be like a spectre there, shut off from yRate it:

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The Tent
Aleister Crowley
into the pit, Save that, unquenchable because unlit, The Love of God burns steady, like a Lamp. ItRate it:

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The Thorn Forest
Dante Alighieri
green starts burning at one end and from its unlit end the burning stick drips sap, and hisses withRate it:

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The Trumpet
Edward Thomas
of men, As the dawn glowing The stars that left unlit The land and water, Rise up and scatter The dRate it:

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The Twilight Of Disquietude
Christopher John Brennan
mine own realm, alone, apart. It haunts, a grey unlit abysm, thro' solitary eyelet-slits piercedRate it:

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The Wayfarers
Rupert Brooke
one last mad embrace; The long road then, unlit by your faint smile. Ah! the long road! and you sRate it:

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The Yellow Gas
Christopher John Brennan
street past rows of heartless homes and hearths unlit, dead churches, and the unending pavement beaRate it:

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