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A ho! A ho! (song )
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
lips, His felon blood is shed; And woe to flies, whose airy ships On beauty cast their anchorinRate it:

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A June Day
John Todhunter
new-mown hay, And drowsed with hum of myriad flies pursued By twittering martins. All yon hillsidRate it:

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A Light Woman
Robert Browning
the case assist? 'Twas quenching a dozen blue-flies' thirst When I gave its stalk a twist. XI. Rate it:

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A Little Mistake
Henry Lawson
her strength!—and a peaceful reign— ‘Though she flies in a bit av a passion ‘If ony wan hints that Rate it:

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A March Day in London
Amy Levy
the hansoms shine, Glance, and flicker like fire-flies bright; The wind has fallen with the night, Rate it:

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A Marching Song
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Smells foul of mould and musk, Blind flesh-flies hatched by dark and hampered in their husk; Rate it:

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A Mother In Egypt
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
could see him, and harm? 'The swallow flies home to her sleep in the eaves of the altar, And the Rate it:

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A Nation's Test
John Boyle O'Reilly
thee— Dear land! As the steel To the magnet flies upward, so rises thy breast, With a motherly prRate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet VI
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
the horseman sits? The train to Paris, as it flies to--day, Whirls its bold rider clear of ague fitRate it:

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A Panegyric
Edmund Waller
be known. Fame, swifter than your winged navy, flies Through every land that near the ocean liesRate it:

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A poem, Sacred to the Glorious memory of King George
Richard Savage
Fortitude, from whom fierce Peril flies! By whom (O Soul of Action!) Empires rise! Fair Justice, AuRate it:

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A Poet's Father
Ambrose Bierce
is dumb; Obedient to his will the dunce-cap flies To perch upon the brows of the unwise; The suppleRate it:

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A Rivulet
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
hurl Their sparkles on her lap, as over she flies. And see, where onward whirls, within a ring Of sRate it:

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A Single Devil
Nikhil Parekh
A single rotten apple with flies feasting on its succulent body; decays the entire ensemble of robust apples, A single stain of black dye sprawli...Rate it:

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A Song
Thomas Carew
builds her spicy nest; For unto you at last she flies, And in your fragrant bosom dies. Rate it:

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A Song
Helen Maria Williams
for me, in search of gain From shore to shore he flies: Why wander riches to obtain,boon I valued mRate it:

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A Song of a Navajo Weaver
Bertrand N. O. Walker
of their story while My shuttle swiftly flies? As I weave I’ll trace their journey, DevioRate it:

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A Song: When June is Past, the Fading Rose
Thomas Carew
her spicy nest; For unto you at last she flies, And in your fragrant bosom dies. Rate it:

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A Summer's Night
Paul Laurence Dunbar
eyes, Soft as a maiden's breath the wind that flies Up from the perfumed bosom of the South. Like sRate it:

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A Thermometrical Ballade
Edward George Dyson
too limp to rise up and rebel. Action flies and mosquitoes compel. We make pitiful fight ‘gainst thRate it:

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A Voice From The Factories
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
seem the sorrow and the pain (Which rosy joy flies forth to banish fast, Because that season's saRate it:

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A Woman Young And Old
William Butler Yeats
stealth of day. i{He.} Daylight already flies From mountain crest to crest i{She.} That light is frRate it:

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Acknowledgment.
Sidney Lanier
estate, Like as a dove from out the gray sedge flies To tree-tops green where cooes his heavenly mRate it:

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Address To Thought
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
each fear increase; And, while benignant slumber flies, With awful voice, in whisper cries, FarewelRate it:

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Address, At The Opening of a New Theatre
Fitz-Greene Halleck
eyes, Our winds the whisper of applause, that flies From lip to lip, the heart-born laugh of glee, Rate it:

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