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Let Them Alone
Robinson Jeffers
listens To nature and his own heart; and if the noise of the world grows up around him, and if he Rate it:

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Let Us Have Peace
Eugene Field
I'm thinking; Brace up, my boys, and hush your noise, And drown your wrath in drinking. Aha, 't isRate it:

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Letter
Victor Marie Hugo
pure, the sky smiles; there's a constant Soft noise of children spelling things aloud. The waters Rate it:

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Licia Sonnets 47
Giles Fletcher The Elder
is done, And drowsy-like leaves off to make a noise; So I, my love, enlightened with your shine, Rate it:

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Lines from
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
the masses. If they hear Despite the turmoil, noise, and strife Some least low note that gladdensRate it:

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Lines on Mr. Hodgson Written on Board the Lisbon Packet
George Gordon Lord Byron
Stuck together close as wax.-- Such the genial noise and racket, Ere we reach the Lisbon PacketRate it:

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Lines On Seeing A Lock Of Milton's Hair
John Keats
heavenward thou soundedst Live Temple of sweet noise; And discord unconfoundedst: Giving delightRate it:

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Lines Written in August
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
defeat, was o'er; Worn out with toil, and noise, and scorn, and spleen, I slumbered, and in slumbRate it:

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Listening
David Herbert Lawrence
never change the darkness Or blench it with noise; Alone on the perfect silence The stars areRate it:

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Little Viennese Waltz
Federico García Lorca
ancient lights of Hungary through the noise, the balmy afternoon, seeing sheep and irises of snow tRate it:

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Lockerbie Street
James Whitcomb Riley
dear little street it is, nestled away From the noise of the city and heat of the day, In cool shadRate it:

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Lohengrin
Emma Lazarus
up the mountain-side to him, Softened to music,— noise of laboring men, The cheerful cock-crow and Rate it:

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London Bridge
Edwin Arlington Robinson
not their mother, We might believe they made a noise…. What are you—driving at!” “Well, be glad Rate it:

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Lonely Burial
Stephen Vincent Benet
by any. Toward the further woods A dim harsh noise of voices rose and ceased. -- We were most silRate it:

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Lost Love
Robert Graves
weak Clamour rings in his sad ear, And noise so slight it would surpass Credence--drinking soundRate it:

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Love Among The Ruins
Robert Browning
Earth's returns For whole centuries of folly, noise and sin! Shut them in, With their triumpRate it:

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Love Among The Ruins
Robert Browning
returns For whole centuries of folly, noise and sin! Shut them in, With their triumphs and their glRate it:

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Love Faithful In The Absence Of The Beloved
William Cowper
joys, Ye pleasant bowers, remote from strife and noise; Your shades, the witnesses of many a vow, BRate it:

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Love of Fame, The Universal Passion (excerpt)
Edward Young
our solid joys, In fancy's airy land of noise and show, Where nought but dreams, no real pleasuRate it:

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LOVERS HOW THEY COME AND PART
Robert Herrick
sometimes fall, They fall like dew, and make no noise at all: So silently they one to th' other comRate it:

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Lullaby
Paul Laurence Dunbar
boys. Po' little lamb. Too tiahed out to make a noise, Po' little lamb. You gwine t' have to-morrerRate it:

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MAMA, MAMA MY DEAR
Walter Jackson
rang. We all gathered to listen, To hear the noise from her kitchen. None came except the blackeneRate it:

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MAMA, MAMA MY DEAR
Walter Jackson
rang. We all gathered to listen, To hear the noise from her kitchen. None came except the blackeneRate it:

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May Morning
Stephen Vincent Benet
of sunny air that lip and beat With a small noise, monotonous and sweet, Against the window -- anRate it:

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Metric Figure
William Carlos Williams
the poplars! It is his singing outshines the noise of leaves clashing in the wind. Rate it:

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