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Penumbra
Amy Lowell
Followed by the drawn-out shunting scrape of a freight train. These are the sounds that men make Rate it:

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Phyrne
Alexander Pope
port of trade: Merchants unloaded here their freight, And Agents from each foreign state, Here firsRate it:

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Poseidon's Law
Rudyard Kipling
kept Poseidon's Law intact (his ship and freight beside), But, once discharged the dromond's hold, Rate it:

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Resigning
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
when their ship rocks in the wind, Cast out her freight with half-averted eye, Riches for life exRate it:

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Similes For Two Political Characters of 1819
Percy Bysshe Shelley
an Atlantic isle, For the negro-ship, whose freight Is the theme of their debate, Wrinkling their rRate it:

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Sloth (I) & (II)
Bernard O'Dowd
and Freedom's subtlest foe! Behold the poppied freight your barges bring The dim-lit souls that cRate it:

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Sonnet : On Launching Some Bottles Filled With Knowledge Into The Bristol Channel
Percy Bysshe Shelley
soul Whose eye-beam, kindling as it meets your freight, Her heaven-born flame in suffering Earth wRate it:

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Sonnet LXXXVII: Death's Songsters
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
with fate, Her elders, dubious of its Grecian freight, Brought Helen there to sing the songs of homRate it:

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Speech—is a prank of Parliament—
Emily Dickinson
of the nerve— But the Heart with the heaviest freight on— Doesn't—always—move— Rate it:

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Storm
William Gay
fragrant breeze, And slowly tracks with costly freight The sapphire deeps of prosperous seas. But wRate it:

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The Apollyonists - Canto 1
Phineas Fletcher
needle to my ways; Thy glorious work's my freight; my haven is Thy praise. IV. Thou purple whore,Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Gum-Boot Ben
Robert William Service
And now I want to float A syndicate to haul and freight to town that noble boat." I met hiRate it:

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The Borough. Letter I
George Crabbe
through the tide The weary husband throws his freight aside; A living mass which now demands the wiRate it:

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The Building of the Ship
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
It was of another form, indeed; Built for freight, and yet for speed, A beautiful and gallRate it:

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The Burial March Of Dundee
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
air With its wild triumphal music, Worthy of the freight we bear. Let the ancient hills of ScotlandRate it:

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The Collision in the English Channel
William Topaz McGonagall
"Saxmundham," laden with coal and coke for freight, Was run into amidships by the Norwegian barque Rate it:

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The Falcon
Coventry Patmore
hardship brought much easement of the melancholy freight He bore within his bosom; and his fancy waRate it:

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The Farmer Of Tilsbury Vale
William Wordsworth
so often hath mown, And is happy as if the rich freight were his own. But chiefly to Smithfield heRate it:

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The Flower Boat
Robert Frost
were blowing. And I judge from that elysian freight That all they ask is rougher weather, And doryRate it:

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The Flying Dutchman
John Boyle O'Reilly
the spacious hold Is emptied of its western freight, and stored with silk and gold. Again the ponRate it:

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The Growth of Love
Robert Seymour Bridges
seas Becalm'd, and cannot stir her golden freight. 6 While yet we wait for spring, and from the dRate it:

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The Halt Before Rome--September 1867
Algernon Charles Swinburne
that bore up the weight Once of men's freedom, a freight Holy, but heavy to carry For hands overfRate it:

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The Hanging Of The Crane
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
care they for the world that rolls With all its freight of troubled souls Into the days that are Rate it:

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The Hindoo Girl’s Song
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
that with thee glide. Float on—float on—thy freight is flowers, And every flower reveals The dRate it:

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The King's Missive
John Greenleaf Whittier
ship At anchor here in a Christian port, With freight of the devil and all his sort!' Twice and thRate it:

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