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From 'Religious Musings'
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
soul, He from his small particular orbit flies With blest outstarting! From himself he Rate it:

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In the Room
James Thomson
their abrupt and headlong way Bewildered flies for light had dashed Against the curtain all the dayRate it:

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George Crabbe
below; Through the sharp air a flaky torrent flies, Mocks the slow sight, and hides the gloomy skieRate it:

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Charles Stuart Calverley
by my side, in lieu Of that red matron, whom the flies would worry, (Flies in those parts unfortunaRate it:

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Italian Myrtles
Denis Florence MacCarthy
their flowers of snow by day, And glow with fire-flies through the night, And yet, despite the coldRate it:

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Thomas Parnell
farewel! Swift from my soul the fair Idea flies, A wilder sight the changing scene supplies, Wide Rate it:

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Knocked Up
Henry Lawson
Oh it's trampin', trampin', tra-a-mpin', in flies an' dust an' heat, Or it's trampin' traRate it:

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L'Aube spirituelle (Spiritual Dawn)
Charles Baudelaire
scandals, Your phantom, rosy and enchanting, flies And still returns to my dilated eyes. The sunRate it:

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James Beattie
like cobwebs in all ages. Cobwebs for little flies are spread, And laws for little folks are madeRate it:

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Leaves from Australian Forests (12 Sonnets)
Henry Kendall
shed In far, fair days, on one whose memory flies To faithless lights, and gracious speech gainsaidRate it:

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Light Of The World Shine On Me
Mario William Vitale
cautiously, looking back But we do not. He flies away Slowly, heavily, weighted down by so much dRate it:

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Lochiel's Warning
Thomas Campbell
lightning of war, What steed to the desert flies frantic and far? 'Tis thine, Oh Glenullin! whose bRate it:

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Love Disarmed
Matthew Prior
not, She replies, To know or care where Cupid flies; What are his Haunts, or which his Way; Where HRate it:

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Love Outloved
William Watson
he is wise who knoweth Whither and whence love flies: But wise and yet more wise Are they that heedRate it:

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Mary Darby Robinson
breast, From the ripe sheaf's rich banquet flies; And lifting high his plumy crest, Soars the proudRate it:

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No Power On Earth
Billy Bennett
The British Empire has a flag that flies throughout the World And no power on earth can pull it down It stands for peace and liberty where e’er our...Rate it:

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Not All Desires Fulfilled
Ehsan Sehgal
As a saying that a bird pheasant It flies and flies to reach the moon Unfortunately, it always fails Similarly, someone For someone else becomes ...Rate it:

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Ode to Borrowdale
Amelia Opie
the smiling day That cheered the valley, flies away; The wooded rocks, the rapid stream, No longer Rate it:

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Ode To Peace
James Beattie
expansive flame; Snatch'd in tempestuous eddies, flies The surging smoke o'er all the darken'd skieRate it:

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Oh, Could We Do With This World of Ours
Thomas Moore
the week or month to take it. Like those gay flies that wing through air, And in themselves a luRate it:

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James Macpherson
a reconciliation between the two kings. As flies the inconstant sun over Larmon's grassy hill so Rate it:

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Old Crow
Mario William Vitale
a nighthawk Circles her in silence as she flies Old crow, all alone she fliesRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 1
Ludovico Ariosto
Angelica, whom pressing danger frights, Flies in disorder through the greenwood shade. Rinaldo'sRate it:

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Percy Bysshe Shelley
paramour,-- But, as Syrinx fled Pan, so night flies day, Or, with most sullen and regardless hate,Rate it:

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Alfred Austin
cold nor sunlessness. You, when Lent sleet flies apace, Look the tempest in the face; As descend thRate it:

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