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The Greek Girl’s Lament For Her Lover
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
proudly Is as sad as sad can be; I thought it beat for freedom, But I feel it beat--for thee. Rate it:

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The Haunted Oak
Paul Laurence Dunbar
And he raised his hand to the sky; But the beat of hoofs smote on his ear, And the steady treadRate it:

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The High Tide on the Coast of Lincolnshire (1571)
Jean Ingelow
Brides of Enderby!' With that he cried and beat his breast; For, lo! along the river's bed A miRate it:

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The Light of the Sun
Kabir
forth, and the rhythm of love's detachment beats the time. Day and night, the chorus of music filRate it:

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The Miller's Daughter
Alfred Lord Tennyson
her dainty dainty waist, And her heart would beat against me, In sorrow and in rest: And I shouRate it:

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The Old Man's Counsel
William Cullen Bryant
darkened the brown tilth, or snow that beat On the white winter hills. Each brought, in turn, Some Rate it:

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The Open Steeplechase
Andrew Barton Paterson
in their gallop, they were fairly blown and beat, But they both were game as pebbles, neither one wRate it:

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The Phantom Ball
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
heard the sound of music, And the rhythmic beat and beat, In time to the pulsing measure Of lightlyRate it:

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The Release
Robert William Service
near I saw a newly captured linnet, Who beat against his cage in fear, And fell exhausted every minRate it:

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The Return
Edith Nesbit
window bright To feel if the heart of my house beat right. The firelight hung it with fitful gold; Rate it:

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The Romance Of Patrolman Casey
Ellis Parker Butler
always hurt him badly when He walked upon his beat. (He always took them with him when He walked upRate it:

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The Soul Of The Anzac
Roderic Quinn
when Love kept time, And you and her heart gave beat for beat, And the waters sang, and the sun-rayRate it:

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The Spirit Of Navigation
William Lisle Bowles
child, Pacing the beach, and by the salt spray beat, He watched the melancholy surge, or smiled To Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 D Elenore
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
from her tearful eye; She has heard pinions beat the air, She sees her white dove floating Rate it:

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The Unappeasable Host
William Butler Yeats
hover in the flaming West; Desolate winds that beat the doors of Heaven, and beat The doors of HellRate it:

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The Warden of the Cinque Ports
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
sea-coast opposite. And now they roared at drum-beat from their stations On every citadel; Each anRate it:

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The Warden Of The Cinque Ports. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
opposite. And now they roared at drum-beat from their stations On every citadel; Each answering eRate it:

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The Wargeilah Handicap
Andrew Barton Paterson
grand old warrior in his prime -- But age will beat us any time. A trooper's horse in seasons paRate it:

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The Watchman
Lucy Maud Montgomery
if some Great heart had broken and so ceased to beat! I thought of many things, but found no joy InRate it:

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The Youth of England To Garibaldi's Legend
Sydney Thompson Dobell
you rent the grave, Would rise to breathe, beam, beat for you, In every pulse of passionate mood, ARate it:

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Three Day's Ride
Stephen Vincent Benet
face and the wind in her hair! And the steady beat of our good steeds' hooves, Bearing us northwaRate it:

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Tithonus
Alfred Lord Tennyson
indignant work'd their wills, And beat me down and marr'd and wasted me, And thRate it:

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To George Sand: A Recognition
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
burnest in a poet-fire, We see thy woman-heart beat evermore Through the large flame. Beat purer, hRate it:

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To His Watch
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Mortal my mate, bearing my rock-a-heart Warm beat with cold beat company, shall I Earlier or you fail at our force, and lie The ruins of, rifled, ...Rate it:

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To Massachusetts
John Greenleaf Whittier
and West and North they come, And the heart-beat of the millions Is the beat of Freedom's drum. 'ToRate it:

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