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All I Wanted To Do
Nikhil Parekh
fathomless mind; to pathetically thirsty desert sands, All I wanted to do was share your everlastiRate it:

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All Roads End
Kurt Philip Behm
spitting into the wind All roads end in the desert —darkness my best friend (Dreamsleep: JuneRate it:

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All That Was Needed
Nikhil Parekh
in the crevices of the truculently scorching desert; all that was needed was bountiful droplets of Rate it:

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Amalgamation
Nikhil Parekh
handsome and fathomlessly sprawling desert, The amalgamation of profusely baked bricks; producesRate it:

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Amongst the Roses
Henry Kendall
and a dazzle of Roses. In the drought of a Desert, outwearied, I wept, O Etheline, darkened with Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto IV
Arthur Hugh Clough
Turn, however, I must, though it seem I turn to desert her; For the sense of the thing is simply Rate it:

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An Eclogue From Virgil
Eugene Field
knoweth! Some into those regions of snow or of desert where Death reigneth only; Some off to the coRate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon my Best Friend L. K. C.
Henry King
This holds no further use, Whose Virtue and Desert inspir'd my Muse. O may She in your Ashes BuriRate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon S. W. R.
Henry King
pity on, he should be one as low In spirit as desert. That durst not dy But rather were content bRate it:

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An Epistle
Emma Lazarus
from public honors thrust upon Thy meek desert, regretting even there The placid habit of thy life Rate it:

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An Epistle To Fleetwood Shephard, Esq.
Matthew Prior
I have for't, Much need, and very small desert. Whene'er I writ to you, I wanted; I always begg'd,Rate it:

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An Hour Of Romance
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
shrill trumpet of the Saracen Peal'd from the desert's lonely heart, and shook The burning air. LikRate it:

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An Imitation of Spenser
William Blake
piteous eyes beheld The weary wanderer thro' the desert rove? Or does th' afflicted man thy heav'nlRate it:

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An Indian at the Burial-Place of his Fathers.
William Cullen Bryant
our tribes are crushed to get May be a barren desert yet. Rate it:

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An Infinite Times Better
Nikhil Parekh
and barbarously sweltering sand of the desert, Even the most nimbly mercurial form of vivaciousneRate it:

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An Ode in Time of Hesitation
William Vaughn Moody
Over Dakota and the prairie states. By desert people immemorial On Arizonan mesas shall be done Rate it:

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And Still Expect
Nikhil Parekh
trace of non-existent sound? Could you grow a desert of penalizingly serrated cactus in your backRate it:

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And the Bairns Will Come
Henry Lawson
never-rest, Sacrificing all for nothing in the desert of the West, To be driven to the city’s squalRate it:

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Andy McElroe
William Percy French
struck terror thro' the foe. His foot was on the desert and his name was McElroe. At least that's wRate it:

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Andy's Gone With Cattle
Henry Lawson
And may good angels send the rain On desert stretches sandy; And when the summer comes again Rate it:

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Approach to St. Paul's
James Thomson
ceaseless uproar, as a pyramid Isled in its desert. The great throngs pressed by Heedless and urgRate it:

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Arab Songs
Padraic Colum
beauty the splendour of song made it pass! The desert, the march, and the onset these, and these oRate it:

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Arbre
Guillaume Apollinaire
Tu chantes avec les autres tandis que les phonographes galopent Où sont les aveugles où s'en sont-ils allés La seule feuille que j'aie cueillie s'e...Rate it:

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As I Forever Had Her Support.
Nikhil Parekh
volley of tawdrily devilish abuse, Every desert on this stupendously miraculous Universe forever Rate it:

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As You Fell Into The Gorge Of Immortal Love
Nikhil Parekh
even the most aridly acrimonious patches of the desert; bloomed perennially with priceless roses anRate it:

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