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The Battle of Lexington
Sidney Lanier
Now haste thee while the way is clear, Paul Revere! Haste, Dawes! but haste thee not, O Sun! To Lexington. Then Devens looked and saw the ligh...Rate it:

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The Battle Of Liège
Dana Burnet
Now spake the Emperor to all his shining battle forces, To the Lancers, and the Rifles, to the Gunners and the Horses;— And his pride surged up w...Rate it:

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The Battle of Life
Charles Harpur
Never give up, though life be a battle Wherein true men may fail, and true causes be sold; Yet, on the whole, however may rattle T...Rate it:

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The Battle of Tel-el-Kebir
William Topaz McGonagall
Ye sons of Great Britain, come join with me, And sing in praise of Sir Garnet Wolseley; Sound drums and trumpets cheerfully, For he has acted most ...Rate it:

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The Battle Of The Nile
William Lisle Bowles
Shout! for the Lord hath triumphed gloriously! Upon the shores of that renowned land, Where erst His mighty arm and outstretched hand He lifted hig...Rate it:

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The Burgher's Battle
William Morris
Thick rise the spear-shafts o’er the land That erst the harvest bore; The sword is heavy in the hand, And we return no more. The light wind waves t...Rate it:

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The only loser in the battle of the dead
Ehab El-wardany
The only loser in the battle of the dead By : Ehab El-wardany Translated by : Hassan Hegazy Hassan /// I and my body are two companions With one...Rate it:

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The Silent Battle
Sara Teasdale
(In Memory of J. W. T. Jr.) He was a soldier in that fight Where there is neither flag nor drum, And without sound of musketry The stealthy foemen...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 A (Preparation for battle)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
THE first, the very first; oh! none Can feel again as they have done; In love, in war, in pride, in all The planets of life's coronal, However beau...Rate it:

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Inkerman. The Battle Field by Moonlight.
Caroline Hayward
Above the vale of Inkerman, Calmly the moon's rays fell, Revealing as by light of day, That deep and lonely dell; Tchernaya's waters ...Rate it:

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75th Anniversary of Battle of Britain
Mark Nadin (The Deal Poet)
14/09/2015 With the rising of the sun we shall take to the sky And there with "the few" we shall be remembered We shall spit fire and a hurricane ...Rate it:

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Battle Sleep
Edith Wharton
SOMEWHERE, O sun, some corner there must be Thou visitest, where down the strand Quietly, still, the waves go out to sea From the green fringes of ...Rate it:

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Rejoicing After The Battle Of Inkerman
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Rejoice! the fearful day is o’er For the victors and the slain; Our cannon proclaim from shore to shore, The Allies have won again! Let our joy bel...Rate it:

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The Battle of Bannockburn
William Topaz McGonagall
Sir Robert the Bruce at Bannockburn Beat the English in every wheel and turn, And made them fly in great dismay From off the field without delay. ...Rate it:

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The Field Of Battle
James Henry Leigh Hunt
The Deed of Blood is o'er! And, hark, the Trumpet's mournful breath Low murmurs round it a Note of Death— The Mighty are no more! How solemn slo...Rate it:

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The Rose Of Battle
William Butler Yeats
ROSE of all Roses, Rose of all the World! The tall thought-woven sails, that flap unfurled Above the tide of hours, trouble the air, And God's bell...Rate it:

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Battle Hymn of the Republic
Julia Ward Howe
. Howe's Final version Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord: He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are...Rate it:

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A Battle
Isabella Valancy Crawford
SLOWLY the Moon her banderoles of light Unfurls upon the sky; her fingers drip Pale, silvery tides; her armoured warriors Leave Day's bright tents ...Rate it:

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A Mixed Battle Song
Henry Lawson
Lo! the Boar’s tail is salted, and the Kangaroo’s exalted, And his right eye is extinguished by a man-o’-warsman’s cap; He is flying round the fenc...Rate it:

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A Sonnet of Battle
William Gay
RELUCTANT Morn, whose meagre radiance lies With doubtful glimmer on the farthest hills, How long shall men, reiterant of their ills, With p...Rate it:

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After the Battle
Thomas Moore
Night closed around the conqueror's way, And lightnings show'd the distant hill, Where those who lost that dreadful day Stood few and faint, but...Rate it:

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An Uninscribed Monument on One of the Battle-Fields of the Wilderness
Herman Melville
Silence and solitude may hint (Whose home is in yon piney wood) What I, though tableted, could never tell-- The din which here befell, And striving...Rate it:

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Robert Nichols
1. Noon It is midday; the deep trench glares…. A buzz and blaze of flies…. The hot wind puffs the giddy airs…. The great sun rakes the skies. No...Rate it:

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Battle Of Hastings - I
Thomas Chatterton
O CHRYSTE, it is a grief for me to tell; HOW manie a nobil erle and valrous knyghte In fyghtynge for Kynge Harrold noblie fell, Al sleyne in Hastyn...Rate it:

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Battle Of Hastings - II
Thomas Chatterton
OH Truth! immortal daughter of the skies, Too lyttle known to wryters of these daies, Teach me, fayre Saincte! hy passynge worthe to pryze, To blam...Rate it:

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