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Winter Journey Over The Hartz Mountain
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
together, The grass springs up again, The desert engulphs him. Ah, who'll heal his afflictions, ToRate it:

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An Artist
Robinson Jeffers
after twenty years, but not in Europe. In desert hills I rode a horse slack-kneed with thirst. DowRate it:

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Travel
Robert Louis Stevenson
Wall round China goes, And on one side the desert blows, And with the voice and bell and drum, CRate it:

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VOYAGE OF JESUS CHRIST
ILIAS FOUKIS
the wind scattered his thoughts through the Desert may have acted in haste. The windows of JerusaRate it:

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At Parting II
Edith Nesbit
little skill To water weed and till And make the desert blossom like the rose; Yet our old garden kRate it:

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A Fantasy
Mathilde Blind
lit His lights-- Star upon star. God's in the desert; His breath the air: Beautiful desert, BRate it:

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A Federal Song
George Essex Evans
us, And the track is clear before us, From the desert to the ocean, let us lift the mighty chorus FRate it:

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A Lay Of Old Time
John Greenleaf Whittier
lay, Before them, wild with rock and thorn, The desert stretched away. They heard the air above thRate it:

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A Letter From Palestine
Alice Guerin Crist
house is lightened of its gloom: A sun-browned desert wind through every room Eddies, and bring strRate it:

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A ma fille
Victor Marie Hugo
O mon enfant, tu vois, je me soumets. Fais comme moi : vis du monde éloignée ; Heureuse ? non ; triomphante ? jamais. -- Résignée ! -- Sois bo...Rate it:

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A Memorial for the lives lost in Karbala was done
Mir Babar Ali Anees
His son For three days and nights in the desert they mourned Embracing His grave as though neverRate it:

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A poem on divine revelation
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
The rocky hills and barren vallies smile, The desert blossom and the wilds rejoice. This is thaRate it:

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Abba Thule's Lament For His Son Prince Le Boo
William Lisle Bowles
vessel in the deep! Is he cast bleeding on some desert plain! Upon his father did he call in vain! Rate it:

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Australia
George Essex Evans
Her, and they came, Whose deaths have given the Desert name. Their fame is written with Her fame. Rate it:

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Bird Parliament (translation of)
Edward Fitzgerald
snatch their Meat, And they that scour the Desert with long Feet; Birds of all Natures, known or noRate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 12
Sa di
One night I had in the desert of Mekkah become so weak from want of sleep that I was unable to walk and, laying myself down, told the camel driver ...Rate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 32
Sa di
tired of my friends in Damascus, I went into the desert of Jerusalem and associated with animals tiRate it:

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Ch 03 On The Excellence Of Contentment Story 18
Sa di
An Arab suffering in the desert from extreme thirst recited: ‘Would that before my death I could one day enjoy my wish ...Rate it:

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Chanson d'Après-midi (Afternoon Song)
Charles Baudelaire
idol. Your stiff tresses are scented With the desert and forest, Your head assumes the poses OfRate it:

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Christmas Creek
Henry Kendall
northwards to the sea! Ah, the bitter, hopeless desert! Here these broken human wrecks Trod the wiRate it:

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Derne
John Greenleaf Whittier
owners of yourselves again. Dark as his allies desert-born, Soiled with the battle's stain, and worRate it:

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Dreamlight
Leon Gellert
Oh, I am lonely by a desert palm, And dreaming, dreaming on the sands of thought Oh, come to me from out the voiceless calm, And teach me what the ...Rate it:

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Earlier Poems : Woods In Winter
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
bare upland, and away Through the long reach of desert woods, The embracing sunbeams chastely play,Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. I.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
her extended, Dreary and vast and silent, the desert of life, with its pathway Marked by the gravesRate it:

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Even When She Walks
Charles Baudelaire
a fakir wakens them to grace. Like both the desert and the desert sky insensible to human sufferiRate it:

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