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Ode to the West Wind
Percy Bysshe Shelley
atmosphere Black rain, and fire, and hail will burst: oh, hear! III Thou who didst waken from hisRate it:

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Old Rhythm And Rhyme
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
forces, And then on the gray granite precipice burst; And I knew as I counted, while other waves moRate it:

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On A Landscape Bt Rubens
William Lisle Bowles
joy, Bade the great sun from tenfold darkness burst, The green earth roll in light, and solitude FiRate it:

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On Seeing A Certain Advertisement
Maria Frances Cecilia Cowper
his face In the slight mirror, with a sudden burst It vanishes, and can be found no more. Rate it:

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On Somme
Ivor Gurney
Suddenly into the still air burst thudding And thudding and cold fear possessed me all, On the gray slopes there, where Winter in sullen brooding H...Rate it:

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On The Boulevard
Robert William Service
so Bring my story to an end. How his heart will burst with hate! He will curse and he will cry. HeRate it:

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On The Day Of The Destruction Of Jerusalem By Titus
George Gordon Lord Byron
had glared in its stead, And the thunderbolt burst on the conqueror's head! But the gods of the Rate it:

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On the sight of swans in Kensington Gardens
Charles Lamb
cradle, Brighter than Helen's ere she yet had burst Her shelly prison. They shall be born at firsRate it:

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On the Wye in May
Amy Levy
sight Was steady; on our senses scarce had burst The faint, fresh fragrance of the new delight. . .Rate it:

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Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Thomas Davis
Whigs grew pale with dismay, When from the North Burst the cry forth, 'Orange and Green will carry Rate it:

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Orange And Green Will Carry The Day
Thomas Osborne Davis
Whigs grew pale with dismay, When from the North Burst the cry forth, 'Orange and Green will carry Rate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 9
Ludovico Ariosto
with impetuous stream had overtopt Its brim, and burst the bridge, and passage stopt. IX The paladRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act II
John Keats
they, against the winter of thy sire, May burst, and swell, and flourish round thy brows, MaturingRate it:

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Our Country 1859
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
voiced their hurrah. Then life-giving fountains burst forth on our sight, Then we were baptized wiRate it:

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Out on the Roofs of Hell
Henry Lawson
must go Over the roofs of hell. Wake ere the burst of the great white sun Into the blazing skies, Rate it:

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Over The Eyes Of Gladness
James Whitcomb Riley
Time's gradations, The LIVING bud may burst,-- The WITHERED one is gathered, And blooms in Heaven fRate it:

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Pardoned Out
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
wonder of the morning light In sudden glory burst. I’m pardoned out. I shall be knows No more bRate it:

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Part I: Visions in the Smoke
Adam Lindsay Gordon
they flinch from the battle's roar, When they burst on the guns of the Muscovite, By the echoing BlRate it:

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Parting
Charlotte Brontë
Give responsive tone for tone. We can burst the bonds which chain us, Which cold human hands haRate it:

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Past Carin'
Henry Lawson
clearin', I thought, I thought my heart would burst When first my man went shearin'; He's droviRate it:

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Patriotism 02 Nelson, Pitt, Fox
Sir Walter Scott
found Was heard the fated thunder's sound, Till burst the bolt on yonder shore, Roll'd, blazed, desRate it:

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Patriotism 2. Nelson, Pitt, Fox
Sir Walter Scott
Was heard the fated thunder's sound, Till burst the bolt on yonder shore, Roll'd, blazed, destroRate it:

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Paulo Purganti And His Wife: An Honest, But A Simple Pair
Matthew Prior
Oysters, Eggs, and Vermicelli She let Him almost burst his Belly: Thus drying Coffee was deny'd; BuRate it:

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Peruvian Tales: Alzira, Tale I
Helen Maria Williams
on thy beauteous plain; For soon shall burst the unrelenting storm O'er thy mild head, and crush thRate it:

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Peruvian Tales: Cora, Tale IV
Helen Maria Williams
sudden from its cloud, the brooding storm, Bursts in the thunder's voice, the light'ning's form. FoRate it:

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