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II. The Quest Of Silence
Christopher John Brennan
caught me in its marge of luminous foreboding widely flung; so hourlong I have stray'd, and tho' Rate it:

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Frithiof's Homestead. (From The Swedish)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
drank of a hundred brooklets. But in the valleys widely around, there fed on the greensward Herds wRate it:

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A Poet's Home
Charles Harpur
lies In every gesture of her gentle face! So widely Love’s invisible spirit flings The visible enriRate it:

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A Morning Dream
Li Ching Chao
This morning I dreamed I followed Widely spaced bells, ringing in the wind, And climbed through mists to rosy clouds. I realized my destined affini...Rate it:

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A Night-piece on Death
Thomas Parnell
and the sages o'er: Their books from wisdom widely stray, Or point at best the longest way. I'll seRate it:

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A Pastoral Ballad
William Shenstone
away, Is happy, nor heard to repine. Thus widely remov'd from the fair, Where my vows, myRate it:

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A Pastoral Ballad I: Absence
William Shenstone
away, Is happy, nor heard to repine. Thus widely remov'd from the fair, Where my vows, my devotiRate it:

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Advice To A Raven In Russia (1812)
Joel Barlow
every nation's gore, Iberian, Lussian, British widely strown, But still more wide and copious flowsRate it:

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An Ode - Humbly Inscribed To The Queen, On the Glorious Success of Her Majesty's Arms
Matthew Prior
bright Eliza ruled Britannia's state, Widely distributing her high commands, And, boldly wise and fRate it:

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Emma Lazarus
the broken mandoline; The Pavilion of the Queen Widely flings Vacant windows to the night; MoonbeamRate it:

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Edward George Dyson
heroes for the fray, Your sterling merit's widely blown To all men's satisfaction say, Now have Rate it:

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Birth-Day Ode 02
Robert Southey
the vernal vale to stray, Emerging thence more widely spread It foams along its craggy bed, And Rate it:

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Book Fifth-Books
William Wordsworth
night-calm felt Through earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deep Into the soul its tranquillisRate it:

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Cascading Metaphors
Mario William Vitale
the time they have achieved enough fame to be widely acclaimed, There themes will have slipped intoRate it:

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Ella Wheeler Wilcox
draw from his full heart. And he who loveth widely, well, and much, The secret holds of the true maRate it:

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De Hortis Julii Martialis
Robert Louis Stevenson
therein are! So free the access, the doors so widely thrown, You half imagine all to be your own. Rate it:

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Gamaliel Bradford
Day and night I wander widely through the wilderness of thought, Catching dainty things of fancy most reluctant to be caught. Shining tangles leadi...Rate it:

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Thomas Hood
Gold! Gold! Good or bad a thousand fold! How widely it agencies vary, To save - to ruin - to curse Rate it:

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Gamaliel Bradford
penance for imaginary sins. I love to wander widely, but I understand a cell, Where you tell and tRate it:

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Hymn to Intellectual Beauty
Percy Bysshe Shelley
of evening, -- Like clouds in starlight widely spread, -- Like memory of music fled, -- Like aught Rate it:

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Invocation To The Earth, February 1816
William Wordsworth
causes some sad tears to flow, Though, from the widely-sweeping blow, The choirs of Angels spread, Rate it:

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Jonah’s Luck
Edward George Dyson
the friends I’d known were scattered widely north, and east, and west: There seemed nothing there fRate it:

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King Billy's Skull.
James Brunton Stephens
live who mightn't care To have the address too widely known; Suffice it to say: South Temperate ZonRate it:

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Lay Of Last Monkey
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
live on. High am I set in the market square, Widely my fame abounds, And for me a Yankee millionaiRate it:

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Let the Light Enter
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
And my life is ebbing low, Throw the windows widely open: Light! more light! before I go. "SofRate it:

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