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A Hymn To Christ At The Author's Last Going Into Germany
John Donne
In what torn ship soever I embark, That ship shall be my emblem of thy Ark; What sea soever swallow me, that flood Shall be to me an emblem of thy ...Rate it:

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A Letter From Peking
Harriet Monroe
Most lovely at the signal hour of change. Germany then, the little patterned cities Of the old tRate it:

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A Prophecy. February 1807
William Wordsworth
a Nation, true, True to herself--the mighty Germany, She of the Danube and the Northern Sea, She roRate it:

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A Tale of Christmas Eve
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas Christmastide in Germany, And in the year of 1850, And in the city of Berlin, which is most beautiful to the eye; A poor boy was heard callin...Rate it:

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A Watch In The Night
Algernon Charles Swinburne
for the lark, A light too strong for a star. Germany, what of the night ? - Long has it lulled mRate it:

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Alas! What Boots The Long Laborious Quest
William Wordsworth
is it but a vain and curious skill, If sapient Germany must lie deprest, Beneath the brutal sword?-Rate it:

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An Epistle To Dr. Moore
Helen Maria Williams
Society And Manners In France, Switzerland And Germany I mean no giddy heights to climb, And vainlyRate it:

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An Exile's Death
Victor Marie Hugo
green peaceful graves still frown. One dreams of Germany, and one Of poor bruised Poland, hapless pRate it:

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An heroic address to [Oxford], concerning the combined utility and dignity of military affairs and o
Gabriel Harvey
visited by thee; neither in France, Italy, nor Germany are any such cultivated and polished men. Rate it:

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An Inequitable Impost
Edward George Dyson
will end.” Another, later in the war, Gave Germany just one month more. Since then I’ve read predRate it:

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At a Reading
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
I think, "A Brief Historic Glance At Russia, Germany, and France." A glance, but to my best beliRate it:

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Ben apfelgarten
Eugene Field
Ben Apfelgarten called, Who lived way off in Germany a many years ago, And he was very fortunate iRate it:

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Boots
Andrew Barton Paterson
per superior motor car, But when we went to Germany we hadn't any choice, No matter what our traiRate it:

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Corpses In The Woods
Ernst Toller
cry of madness. Oh, women in France, Women of Germany Regard your menfolk! They fumble with toRate it:

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CUT PRICE NUMISMATICS
Alan Parry-Booth
francs and drachmas And marks from Germany. Coins of every shape and size Commonwealth and foreignRate it:

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Delicatessen
Joyce Kilmer
nuts from hot Brazil, Strange pungent meats from Germany, And currants from a Grecian hill. He iRate it:

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Deutschland
Ernst Toller
shrinking there, prison-years… torture-years… Germany, your sons will no longer play as children. Rate it:

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Elsa Wertman
Edgar Lee Masters
I was a peasant girl from Germany, Blue-eyed, rosy, happy and strong. And the first place I worked was at Thomas Greene's. On a summer's day when s...Rate it:

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German Faith
Friedrich Schiller
Once for the sceptre of Germany, fought with Bavarian Louis Frederick, of Hapsburg descent, both being called to the throne. But the envi...Rate it:

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Germany And Her Princes
Friedrich Schiller
make him who governs them great. But, O Germany, try if thou for thy rulers canst make it Rate it:

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God's Judgment on a Wicked Bishop
Robert Southey
Rhine," replied he, "'Tis the safest place in Germany; The walls are high and the shores are steep,Rate it:

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Holy Sonnet XVIII: Show me, dear Christ
John Donne
or which, robbed and tore, Laments and mourns in Germany and here? Sleeps she a thousand, then peepRate it:

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Holy Sonnet XVIII: Show me, dear Christ, thy Spouse, so bright and clear
John Donne
or which, robbed and tore, Laments and mourns in Germany and here? Sleeps she a thousand, then peepRate it:

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Home-Sick. Written In Germany
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
'Tis sweet to him, who all the week Through city-crowds must push his way, To stroll alone through fields and woods, And hallow thus the Sabbath-da...Rate it:

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Marmion: Introduction to Canto III.
Sir Walter Scott
revolves, in time's sure change, The hour of Germany's revenge, When, breathing fury for her sake, Rate it:

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