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One Last Line
Kurt Philip Behm
The older I get, the more dear words become The shorter the days, the deeper streams run With time closing in, I seek poems and rhymes Into the ...Rate it:

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One Last Thing
Kurt Philip Behm
I’m now at the point where I understand time The ending in sight all focus behind I’m finally ready to let it all go The shackles unlockin...Rate it:

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Our Last Grand Camping Ground
Henry Clay Work
On a pebly shore, where forevermore Gently creeps a music laden wave -- In the meadows green, which beyond are seen, Camps a conq'ring army, true a...Rate it:

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Pat wasn't Pat last night at all
Lesbia Harford
Pat wasn't Pat last night at all. He was the rain, The Spring, Young Dionysus, white and warm, Lilac and everything. Rate it:

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She hideth Her the last
Emily Dickinson
She hideth Her the last— And is the first, to rise— Her Night doth hardly recompense The Closing of Her eyes— She doth Her Purple Work— And puttet...Rate it:

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Sonnet LIV: Yet Read at Last
Michael Drayton
Yet read at last the story of my woe, The dreary abstracts of my endless cares, With my life's sorrow interlined so, Smok'd with my sighs and bl...Rate it:

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Sonnet LIX: Love's Last Gift
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Love to his singer held a glistening leaf, And said: “The rose-tree and the apple-tree Have fruits to vaunt or flowers to lure the bee; And golden ...Rate it:

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That Last Final Moment
Kurt Philip Behm
Who declared politics a zero-sum sport Where stadium’s freeze and statesmen abort That last final moment in a sudden death game With truth...Rate it:

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That Last Invocation
Walt Whitman
AT the last, tenderly, From the walls of the powerful, fortress'd house, From the clasp of the knitted locks--from the keep of the well-c...Rate it:

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The Sun's Last Rays
Hartley Burr Alexander
Upon the blue mountain I stood, Upon the mountain as he sank into the Rivers of Night: The camps of the clouds in the heavens were shining with e...Rate it:

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The First And Last Name.
Nikhil Parekh
Today. Although the second name of Life has unfortunately become nothing else but "Currency Note"; a name which diabolically asphyxiates ...Rate it:

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The Gardener LI: Then Finish the Last Song
Rabindranath Tagore
Then finish the last song and let us leave. Forget this night when the night is no more. Whom do I try to clasp in my arms? Dreams can neve...Rate it:

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The Last Bell
Kurt Philip Behm
Senses untamed, spaces to reign Bodies that die, spirits to fly By length or by width, time is a myth Dimension aground, essence refound...Rate it:

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The Last Bridge
Kurt Philip Behm
They come to me phrases, crying out to be whole One last bridge to cross, no fare for the toll Prodigal wanderers, not spoken or heard My ...Rate it:

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The Last Chant
Kurt Philip Behm
The one answer left to me is captured in verse Old roadmap destroyed old play unrehearsed The light becomes blocked as it shines from witho...Rate it:

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The Last Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
Life’s ending is short, its beginning unknown The middle is long, chasing stone after stone Memories most vivid, from decades ago Feelings...Rate it:

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The Last Department
Rudyard Kipling
Twelve hundred million men are spread About this Earth, and I and You Wonder, when You and I are dead, "What will those luckless millions do?" Non...Rate it:

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The Last Ditch
Edith Nesbit
LOVE, through your varied views on Art Untiring have I followed you, Content to know I had your heart And was your Art-ideal, too. As, dear, I...Rate it:

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The Last Flower
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
Rich the first flower's graces be, But dearer far the last to me; My spirit feels renewal sweet, Of all my dreams hope or desire-- The hours of par...Rate it:

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The Last Goodbye
Kurt Philip Behm
Who can measure the speed of fear Who can filter the strain of lies Who can weigh a lost ounce of love Who can package —a last goodbye (Villano...Rate it:

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The Last Mark
Kurt Philip Behm
Age is a demon, age is a shield Age is a weapon, age makes you yield Age is redundant, age self-defies Age is the truth, age often lie...Rate it:

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The Last Memory
Arthur Symons
When I am old, and think of the old days, And warm my hands before a little blaze, Having forgotten love, hope, fear, desire, I shall see, smiling ...Rate it:

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The last Night that She lived
Emily Dickinson
The last Night that She lived It was a Common Night Except the Dying—this to Us Made Nature different We noticed smallest things— Things overlooke...Rate it:

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The Last of the Narwhale
John Boyle O'Reilly
THE STORY OF AN ARCTIC NIP. AY, ay, I'll tell you, shipmates, If you care to hear the tale, How myself and the royal yard alone Were left of th...Rate it:

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The Last Parting
Katharine Tynan
He is not dead. They do not know, Who pity her, her secret ease, How he is near her, how they go, Her hand in his. The last sad parting now is don...Rate it:

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