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Manus Animam Pinxit
Francis Thompson
love: Whose form is as a grove Hushed with the cooing of an unseen dove; Whose spirit to my touch tRate it:

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Milestones
Alice Guerin Crist
muslins, Courteous gallants bowing low. Hear the cooing flutes and violins, ‘Tis a waltz song sweetRate it:

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My Doves
Louisa May Alcott
feet, Twinkling eyes and fluttering wings, Cooing voices, low and sweet,- Graceful games and frRate it:

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November
John Crowe Ransom
low of speech, as when one finds A mother cooing to her dears. I took the note into my heart, And sRate it:

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Obsession
Paul Eluard
the world was transparent as a needle Was it cooing about something else? After having vied with reRate it:

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Once a sea-nymph loved a boy
Augusta Davies Webster
the twilight in my grove, And the cushats cooing; While the brook steals soft and slow, Soft and slRate it:

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Romsdal
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
brighten -Like small ants scrambling and soft-cooing doves, They tumble backward and flee affrighteRate it:

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Sonnet XXVI: Where Antique Woods
Mary Darby Robinson
where the bird of sorrow weaves her nest, Cooing, in sadness sweet, through night's dim hour; Go, cRate it:

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South-West Wind In The Woodland
George Meredith
threatening like a storm-charged cloud; Now, cooing like a woodland dove; Now, up again in roar aRate it:

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Summer Afternoon (Bodiam Castle, Sussex)
Edith Wharton
First-chosen weanlings, doves immaculate, Twin-cooing in the osier-plaited cage, And ivy-garlandRate it:

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The Abandoned
Mathilde Blind
she slept; Yea, like the wings of a dove when cooing it broods on the nest, So the wings of slumberRate it:

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The Age of Wisdom
William Makepeace Thackeray
gold locks cover foolish brains, Billing and cooing is all your cheer; Sighing and singing of midRate it:

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The Boola-Boola Maid
Robert William Service
would make this melodee: As this ditty she was cooing, Came a Boola-boola man; And he lost no timRate it:

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The Dove Has A Word
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
to the calm stratosphere. And now sounds a cooing, a tentative wooing, Where Italy's olive groves Rate it:

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The Hotel
Harriet Monroe
sitting in corners by twos and threes, and cooing together under the glare. The long rows of silenRate it:

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The Inner Silence
Harriet Monroe
noise of battle and the noise of prayer, The cooing noise of love that softly tells Joy's brevityRate it:

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The Old Manor House
Ada Cambridge
watched her, hearing, as I stood, a turtle cooing in the wood— Hearing a mavis far away, piping hiRate it:

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The Orange-Peel In The Gutter
Mathilde Blind
hearts breathed through the grove, Like to the cooing of a dove; Like to the soft falls of summer rRate it:

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The Passing Of The Primroses
Alfred Austin
of the heart, But might learn, from the all-year-cooing dove, That joy hath a briefer life than lovRate it:

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The Pigeons Of St. Marks
Robert William Service
hat Soft as whispered love I land; Then with cooing liquid vowels I . . . evacuate my bowls. SometRate it:

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The Red Mist
Roderic Quinn
for my heart elsewhere. Yet soft and shy as a cooing dove (For that he thought me, and thinks me yeRate it:

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The Royal Mails
Ralph Hodgson
a man I met Beneath this very tree, - The cooing of that cushat dove Brings back his face to me,Rate it:

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The Way of Wooing
William Schwenck Gilbert
of your craft to learn, If thus you come a-cooing. I've time to lose and power to choose; 'T is notRate it:

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The Wistful Days
Robert Underwood Johnson
merry voices ring? What haunts us in the cooing dove More subtle than the speech of Love, What nameRate it:

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Twilight And Peace
Roderic Quinn
to joyance wooing, Doves in concert with her cooing, Round about her love and laughter, Golden plenRate it:

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