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Marmion: Introduction to Canto V.
Sir Walter Scott
bulwarks of the land. Thy thousands, trained to martial toil, Full red would stain their native soiRate it:

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My friend attacks my friend!
Emily Dickinson
I turn Soldier too, And he turns Satirist! How martial is this place! Had I a mighty gun I think I'Rate it:

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New-Englands Crisis
Benjamin Tompson
common fathers in their Councels close A martial treaty with the pagan foes, All answers center herRate it:

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Ode on St. Cecilia's Day
Alexander Pope
when our Country's cause provokes to Arms, How martial music ev'ry bosom warms! So when the firstRate it:

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Ode To Apollo
John Keats
silver trumpet Spenser blows, And, as its martial notes to silence flee, From a virgin chorus floRate it:

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Ode to Fancy
Joseph Warton
louder strike the lyre, For my heart glows with martial fire, I feel, I feel, with sudden heat, My Rate it:

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Ode to the Cambro-Britons and their Harp, His Ballad of Agi
Michael Drayton
At Caux, the mouth of Seine, With all his martial train Landed King Harry. And takiRate it:

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Ode to The Country Gentlemen Of England
Mark Akenside
intruding ear. Let them in vain, your martial hope to quell, Of new refinements, fierRate it:

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Ode to the Memory of Burns
Thomas Campbell
views,) The Genii of the floods and storms, And martial shades from Glory's tomb. On Bannock-fieldRate it:

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OF SARDANAPALUS'S DISHONORABLE LIFE AND MISERABLE DEATH.
Henry Howard
hearts on fire, Did yield vanquisht for want of martial art. The dint of swords from kisses seemed Rate it:

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Old Paul and Old Tim
William Schwenck Gilbert
coward's blood ran in young EMILY'S veins, Her martial old father loved bloody campaigns; At the ruRate it:

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On A Fortification At Boston Begun By Women
Benjamin Tompson
Male stronger hands More like to Dawbers then to Martial bands: These do the work, and sturdy bulwaRate it:

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On Seeing An Officer's Widow Distracted
Mary Barber
it not; let none the Story hear, Lest Britain's Martial Sons should learn to fear: And when they neRate it:

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On The Proposal To Erect A Monument In England To Lord Byron
Emma Lazarus
but with fear Still unacquainted? On his martial bier They laid a sword, a helmet, and a crown- MeeRate it:

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On the Prospect of Peace
Thomas Tickell
peace in softer lays. Their fury quell'd, and martial rage allay'd, I wait our heroes in the sylvRate it:

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On The Star Of 'The Legion Of Honour' (From The French)
George Gordon Lord Byron
flash'd through thy blaze; The music of thy martial sphere Was fame on high and honour here; And tRate it:

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On the Summit of Mt. Clarence
Henry Lawson
the summit of Mount Clarence leads them on with martial tread, Fires his gun and sends the RussiansRate it:

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Opening Hymn
James Brunton Stephens
brought the free. No storied name we vaunt, Nor martial trophies raise; No battle-riven banners flRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 15
Ludovico Ariosto
their files, Naked, and base, whose hearts in martial fields Had found no shelter from a thousand sRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 20
Ludovico Ariosto
such courteous lore, Refused not to disclose her martial name, Since he agreed to tell the style beRate it:

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Oscar Of Alva: A Tale
George Gordon Lord Byron
more their highland cheer, The strains in martial numbers float: And they who heard the war-notesRate it:

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Our Last Grand Camping Ground
Henry Clay Work
true and brave. Shining are the weapons of this martial throng -- Crimson died their banner, battleRate it:

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Pereunt Et Imputantur
Sir Henry Newbolt
(After Martial) Bernard, if to you and me Fortune all at once should give Years to spend secure and free, With the choice of how to live, Tell me,...Rate it:

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Pereunt Et Imputantur
Sir Henry Newbolt
(After Martial) Bernard, if to you and me Fortune all at once should give Years to spend secure and free, With the choice of how to live, Tell me,...Rate it:

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Peruvian Tales: Alzira, Tale II
Helen Maria Williams
of ALZIRA . Flush'd with impatient hope, the martial band, By stern PIZARRO led, approach the lanRate it:

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