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North Wind
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
LOUD wind, strong wind, sweeping o'er the mountains, Fresh wind, free wind, blowing from the sea, Pour forth thy vials like streams from airy fou...Rate it:

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The Desert Wind
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
from the skies, The red blast of the desert wind Hath seared mine eyes. I saw a lady pass, (what lRate it:

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The wind
Eugene Field
(THE TALE) Cometh the Wind from the garden, fragrant and full of sweet singing-- Under my tree where I sit cometh the Wind to confession. "Out in...Rate it:

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The Wind
Amy Lowell
it breaks its string. Laughing, dancing, sunny wind, Whistling, howling, rainy wind, North, SoutRate it:

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The Wind And The Sea
Paul Laurence Dunbar
of the wanton sea And the moan of the wailing wind; For love's sweet pain in his heart had he, But Rate it:

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Wind
Amy Lowell
it breaks its string. Laughing, dancing, sunny wind, Whistling, howling, rainy wind, North, South, Rate it:

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I Am The Wind Vane (Tuanortsa)
Leslie Alexis
I am the wind vane. I depend on the wind To turn. It is my energy. I need what wind gives To be me. I am the wind vane. I am the wind vane. To be ...Rate it:

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The Autumn Wind
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. HUSH, moaning autumn wind! be still, be still! Thy grieving voice forbiddeth hearts to rest; We hear thee sweeping down the lonely hill, And...Rate it:

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The Wind That Blew
Mario William Vitale
The Wind That Blew The wind started to blow It was a col breeze So peacefully the wind blew Everybody and all the trees felt the breeze It wa...Rate it:

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The Wind
Robert Louis Stevenson
pass, Like ladies' skirts across the grass-- O wind, a-blowing all day long, O wind, that sings Rate it:

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Wind on the Hill
Alan Alexander Milne
No one can tell me, Nobody knows, Where the wind comes from, Where the wind goes. It's flying from somewhere As fast as it can, I couldn't keep up...Rate it:

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Against the Wind
Jim Richardson
I have walked against the wind From the time I was a child Forward steps were hard to take The wind was never mild The wind blew hard against my ...Rate it:

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Between The Wind And Rain
Isabella Valancy Crawford
lakes. 'The rain is in the air. 'O Prophet Wind, what hast thou told the rose, 'That suddenly she lRate it:

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Brother Wind
Alice Guerin Crist
“I thank my god for brother wind,” So prayed St. Francis long ago In words of simple, joyous praise, That fill my heart with sudden glow As-braced ...Rate it:

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The Wind(Four fragments concerning Blok)
Boris Pasternak
thrust down our throats by fools. 2 As the wind: like the wind. Like the wind that shrieked on thRate it:

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When a wind blows
Vijay
When a wind blows I won't someone to beside me On a seaside walk those force's on a wall And that's breezes,, When a wind blows I won't someone to ...Rate it:

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Night and Wind
Arthur Symons
over the moon; Round the house on the hill The wind creeps with its cry Between a wail and a croon.Rate it:

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Said The Wind
Isabella Valancy Crawford
'Come with me,' said the Wind To the ship within the dock 'Or dost thou fear the shock Of the ocean-hidden rock, When tempests strike thee full and...Rate it:

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The Gypsy and the Wind
Federico García Lorca
her parchment moon Precosia comes. The wind sees her and rises, the wind that never slumbers. NakedRate it:

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The Sun, The Wind
Leslie Alexis
Yet each is imperfect. For poetry is like the wind. Can you tell wind to blow? Each poem is like Rate it:

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The Wind O' Death.
Robert Crawford
dear, We're a' to gang awa'; We, when Death's wind blows by, dear, Like apples hae to fa'; Howe'er Rate it:

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A Voice On The Wind
Madison Julius Cawein
I She walks with the wind on the windy height When the rocks are loud and the waves are white, And all night long she calls through the night, 'O ...Rate it:

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Flower-De-Luce: The Wind Over The Chimney
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Making all their holiday. And the night-wind rising, hark! How above there in the dark, In theRate it:

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The Dawn Wind
Rudyard Kipling
two o'clock in the morning, if you open your window and listen, You will hear the feet of the WindRate it:

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The Message Of The March Wind
William Morris
the grey wall the church riseth grey. There is wind in the twilight; in the white road before us TRate it:

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