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In Laudem Authoris.
Francis Beaumont
of thy booke: For hee that doth thy due deserts reherse, Depriues that glory from thy worthyRate it:

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In The Harbour: The Poet's Calendar
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
is the Lion, and I breathe The breath of Libyan deserts o'er the land; My sickle as a sabre I unsheRate it:

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Infinite Births
Nikhil Parekh
I wanted to live till that day; when all deserts and patches of soil dying for water converted inRate it:

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Inscription on a Grotto, the Work of Nine Ladies.
Alexander Pope
disposed them in this humble sort, And hid in deserts what would charm a Court. Rate it:

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Invocation To The Earth, February 1816
William Wordsworth
life,--by battle's whirlwind blown Into the deserts of Eternity. Unpitied havoc! Victims unlamentedRate it:

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Is There Any Point
Nikhil Parekh
there any point in transgressing the scorching deserts on a handsome horse; when we know that the oRate it:

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It Might Have Been
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
we have, and reach, and win, Whatever our deserts. Rate it:

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It Was God Who Inspired Me To Be A Poet.
Nikhil Parekh
in my philanthropic chest, The scintillating deserts; doggedly inspired me to 'Persevere'; uncompRate it:

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It Was Impossible To Leave You O! God!
Nikhil Parekh
impossible for the cactus to leave the majestic deserts; ever dream of coming to tranquilly enamoriRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 04 - part 02
Torquato Tasso
with ease impeach, Else lead the other Lords to deserts waste, And hold them slaves far from their Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 06 - part 03
Torquato Tasso
flew such a sound confused, As lions make in deserts thick, which roar; Or as when clouds together Rate it:

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Jobson Of The Star
Robert William Service
walked with God, by parched and bitter path; In deserts dim I talked with Him, and learned to know Rate it:

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Jubilate Agno: Fragment B, Part 1
Christopher Smart
the cultivating of heaths and the peopling of deserts. Let Hillel rejoice with Ammodytes, whose cRate it:

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Just Because
Nikhil Parekh
somebody calls the majestically fathomless deserts a lividly wounded traitor; doesn't mean that it Rate it:

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L'Est, l'Ouest, le Sud, le Nord
Emile Verhaeren
Quand tu marches, le pas rythmé, le long des champs, Aime à nommer pour te plaire à toi-même Le sud, l'ouest, l'est, le nord, Mots clairs et doux...Rate it:

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L'Europe
Emile Verhaeren
Un soir plein de clartés et de nuages d'or, Du fond des cieux lointains, rayonne au coeur d'un port Léger de mâts et lourd de monstrueux navires ...Rate it:

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La Délivrance
Maurice Rollinat
Plus d’obsessions vipérines ! Plus de chuchotements pervers ! L’azur des grands cieux découverts Sourit à mes humeurs chagrines. De grosses perles...Rate it:

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La Façade
Henri de Regnier
Glorieuse, monumentale et monotone, La façade de pierre effrite au vent qui passe Son chapiteau friable et sa guirlande lasse En face du parc jaune...Rate it:

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Lady Surrey's Lament for Her Absent Lord
Henry Howard
order of desire To love your lords, whose good deserts none other would require: Come you yet once Rate it:

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Lara
George Gordon Lord Byron
of the past, Nor told of wondrous wilds, and deserts vast, In those far lands where he had wanderRate it:

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Lara. A Tale
George Gordon Lord Byron
of the past, Nor told of wondrous wilds, and deserts vast, In those far lands where he had wanderRate it:

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Le banquier
Emile Verhaeren
Sur une table chargée, où les liasses abondent, Serré dans un fauteuil étroit, morne et branlant, Il griffonne menu, au long d'un papier blanc ; ...Rate it:

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Le Rat De Ville Et Le Rat Des Champs
Andre Marie de Chenier
Un jour le rat des champs, ami du rat de ville, Invita son ami dans son rustique asile. Il était économe et soigneux de son bien; Mais l'hospitalit...Rate it:

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Les Arbres
Maurice Rollinat
Arbres, grands végétaux, martyrs des saisons fauves. Sombres lyres des vents, ces noirs musiciens, Que vous soyez feuillus ou que vous soyez chauve...Rate it:

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Les collines
Guillaume Apollinaire
Au-dessus de Paris un jour Combattaient deux grands avions L'un était rouge et l'autre noir Tandis qu'au zénith flamboyait L'éternel avion solaire ...Rate it:

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