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For M.W.
Jean Toomer
southern people, like their soul Which burst its bondage in a bold travail; Your voice is like themRate it:

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For my poems, written so early
Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
from a fountain, Like sparks from rockets, That burst like tiny devils, Into the sanctuary of sleeRate it:

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For The Moment
Pierre Reverdy
finally bright Just one beam is enough Just one burst of laughter My joy that shakes the house ReRate it:

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Forby Sutherland
George Gordon McCrae
was that treasure? Go and see! Long since it burst his coffin-lid! Nell gave to Forby, onRate it:

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Four Points in a Life
James Thomson
sunshine give more gladness, Never young Spring burst forth in green delight More freshly; never Rate it:

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Fragment
Joseph Rodman Drake
when at first Upon my infant sight you burst, The monarch of the solitude? No; there is yet thy Rate it:

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Fragments
Joseph Rodman Drake
when at first Upon my infant sight you burst, The monarch of the solitude? No; there is yet thy Rate it:

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France
Rudyard Kipling
this end we stormed the seas, tack for tack, and burst Through the doorways of new worlds, doubtfulRate it:

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Francis II, King of Naples
Amy Lowell
honour. Smoulderings Of sacrificial fires burst their rings And blotted out in smoke his lost domRate it:

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Frederik Hegel
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
a-swarming The cold blasts first Of winter burst- The gentle flame my room first warming. When allRate it:

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Free Saliva
Nikhil Parekh
proliferated in my mouth, and i eventually burst open my constipated mouth; emitting a frothy spraRate it:

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Freedom
Helen Hunt Jackson
Such thing as freedom,--he beholds the light Burst, dazzling; though the glory blind his sight HRate it:

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From "Snow-Bound," 11:1-40, 116-154
John Greenleaf Whittier
sagging beam, Until the old, rude-furnished room Burst, flower-like, into rosy bloom; While radiantRate it:

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From an Essay on Man
Alexander Pope
or systems into ruin hurl'd, And now a bubble burst, and now a world. Hope humbly then; with trembRate it:

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From Faust - III. Chorus Of Angels
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
hail! Thou, of Earth's prison Dreary and frail, Bursting the veil, Proudly hast risen! CHORUS OFRate it:

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From Loraine
George Essex Evans
there! But, O! the plains when their beauty burst On our wondering eyes as we crossed them first! Rate it:

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From the Earth, a Cry
John Boyle O'Reilly
the air is split, the crater bursts, and the breathing Of those below is the fume and fire of hatreRate it:

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From The Greek Of Moschus
Percy Bysshe Shelley
and foam Gathers upon the sea, and vast waves burst, I turn from the drear aspect to the home Of ERate it:

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From The Last Hill That Looks On Thy Once Holy Dome
George Gordon Lord Byron
had glared in its stead, And the thunderbolt burst on the conqueror's head! V. But the Gods of tRate it:

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From Vergil's Fourth Georgic
Percy Bysshe Shelley
motion of the main Half ‘wildered he beheld the bursting waves Of every stream beneath the mightyRate it:

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Fulfillment
Paul Laurence Dunbar
befall. At last, oh joy! the central petals burst apart. It blossomed — but, alas! a worm was at itRate it:

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Giffen's Debt
Rudyard Kipling
cheap, And, therefore, proper. Then the Gauri burst, And several hundred thousand cubic tons Of watRate it:

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Gillespie.
Sir Henry Newbolt
over the roar they heard The galloper guns that burst the gate. Fierce and fain, fierce and fain, Rate it:

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Gloria in Profundis
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
for a token A god too great for the sky. He has burst out of all things and broken The bounds of etRate it:

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Gnothi Seauton
Ralph Waldo Emerson
ear, More glorious to thine eye. The clouds will burst that veil him now And thou shalt see the LorRate it:

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