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Echo
Thomas Moore
far, And far more sweet, Than e'er beneath the moonlight's star, Of horn or lute, or soft guitarRate it:

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Eclogue the Fourth Agib
William Taylor Collins
through the dews of night, Wide o'er the moonlight hills, renewed their flight. Rate it:

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Edith: A Tale Of The Woods
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
prayer Fill'd all her soul. Now pour'd the moonlight down, Veining the pine-stems thro' the foliageRate it:

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Eight Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
on the lonely woodland road Beneath the moonlight sky The festal warblings flowed; Where maideRate it:

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Elegy X
Rainer Maria Rilke
softly, and soon there looms ahead, bathed in moonlight, the sepulcher, that all-guarding ancient sRate it:

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Elegy, Imitated From One Of Akenside's Blank-Verse Inscriptions
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
sleep-persuading sound, Where 'sleeps the moonlight' on yon verdant bed-- O humbly press that conseRate it:

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Eleventh Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
and spoil the holy ground? Is this a time for moonlight dreams Of love and home by mazy streams, FRate it:

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Epipsychidion (excerpt)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
through their winter-woof of tracery With moonlight patches, or star atoms keen, Or fragments oRate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XXXIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
but its form and hue, If I had doubted in the moonlight there, Was marked for me by that unaltered Rate it:

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Estrangement
Frederick George Scott
watched the sea In dreamlike silence, while the moonlight fell On you and me? HRate it:

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Even As The Night Falls
Nikhil Parekh
Neck dancing rampantly under milky beams of moonlight; gyrating delectably with drifting draughtsRate it:

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Evening Solace
Charlotte Brontë
woes but live in reverie ! And it can dwell on moonlight glimmer, On evening shade and lonelinesRate it:

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Everyday Characters II - Quince
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
vain ; and while decay Came, like a tranquil moonlight, o'er him. And found him gouty still, and Rate it:

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Exile’s Letter
Ezra Pound
painted green are a fine sight in young moonlight, Gracefully painted And the girls singing back atRate it:

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Extracts From Leon. An Unfinished Poem
Joseph Rodman Drake
like distant tree Or far-off hillocks on a moonlight lea. The stars have lit in heaven their laRate it:

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Fairy Song
Louisa May Alcott
The moonlight fades from flower and rose And the stars dim one by one; The tale is told, the song is sung, And the Fairy feast is done. The nig...Rate it:

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Farewell
Sydney Thompson Dobell
she is not lost, Thou art not plighted to a moonlight ghost, But to a living spouse. Arouse! we onlRate it:

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Father Riley's Horse
Andrew Barton Paterson
'un; and, of course, You can say he's got by Moonlight out of Paddy Murphy's plain If you're everRate it:

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Finding Heaven On Earth- In The Prostitute's Form
Nikhil Parekh
castle? Tell me. Does the iridescently milky moonlight in anyways; majestically enamor her shattRate it:

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First Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
are not scenes for pastoral dance at even, For moonlight rovings in the fragrant glades, Soft sluRate it:

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Flowers And Light
Lesbia Harford
ways of pretending to be Not solid, but moonlight or sunlight or starlight with scent. Primroses Rate it:

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Flowers in Winter
John Greenleaf Whittier
the dew on leaf and flower Glistened in the moonlight clear and still, Learned the dusk wizard's Rate it:

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Flying Squirrels
Andrew Barton Paterson
simple brains; You can see them glide in the moonlight dim From tree to tree and from limb to limb,Rate it:

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For The Marriage of Faustus and Helen
Harold Hart Crane
wafer cheek of love, or offers words Lightly as moonlight on the eaves meets snow. Reflective coRate it:

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For'ard
Henry Lawson
finer feelin's aft. Last night we watched the moonlight as it spread across the sea -- `It is haRate it:

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