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Christmas Holidays
Thomas Hood
Along the Woodford road there comes a noise Of wheels, and Mr. Rounding's neat post-chaise Struggles along, drawn by a pair of bays, With Revere...Rate it:

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Nobody Cometh To Woo
John Clare
they're weary to see't, While the dogs at the noise begin barking, And I slink in with shame from tRate it:

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On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity
John Milton
Divinely-warbled voice Answering the stringèd noise, As all their souls in blissful rapture tookRate it:

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Samson Agonistes (excerpts)
John Milton
me; hence with leave Retiring from the popular noise, I seek This unfrequented place to find soRate it:

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The Cradle
La Fontaine
from its place, To ope the door, and lest he noise might make, Or any way by chance the child shoulRate it:

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The Life of Man
Sir Francis Bacon
foreign soil, perils and toil: Wars with their noise affright us: when they cease, We are worse in Rate it:

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'Look at The Clock!' : Patty Morgan The Milkmaid's Story
Richard Harris Barham
exploits such a vast trophy, Soon made a great noise; and the shocking fatality Ran over, like wiRate it:

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00:13: Train Ride Inspiration
Kenneth R. Jenkins
train moves Quickly in the night's air And the noise from the train Keeps a steady beat lugging Rate it:

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Amy Lowell
sunlight into ribbons, tattered and shot with noise. I sit in the cool arbour, in a green-and-goldRate it:

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A Ballad of Ducks
Andrew Barton Paterson
rose for their morning flight With the flapping noise like a million flags: And the kitchen chimnRate it:

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A Ballad, Shewing How An Old Woman Rode Double, And Who Rode Before Her
Robert Southey
as they could tell, And aye as louder grew the noise The faster went the bell. Louder and louder tRate it:

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A Book of Wordsworth
Leon Gellert
songs and gleanings from that inward eye; The noise of bees the wind in daffodils; The splendour ofRate it:

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A Child's Garden
Rudyard Kipling
go by on either side, And make an angry-hooty noise That rather startles little boys. But worst ofRate it:

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A Contented Mind
Joshua Sylvester
not at the thunder's crack, I tremble not at noise of war, I swoon not at the news of wrack, I shriRate it:

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A Death in the Bush
Henry Kendall
the echoes of the noon And moaned amongst the noises of the night. From thence a cattle track, witRate it:

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A Farmhouse Dirge
Alfred Austin
and leave no trace, not the echo e'en of their noise: Don't you think that silence and stillness arRate it:

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A Fly Caught In A Cobweb
Richard Lovelace
world's narrow room, That with a busie hollow noise Catch at the people's vainer voice, And with spRate it:

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A Gotham Garden of Verses
Franklin P. Adams
and girls and boys, All making curious kinds of noise And dancing in so weird a way, I never sawRate it:

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A Grave
Marianne Moore
ocean, under the pulsation of lighthouses and noise of bell-buoys, advances as usual, loRate it:

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A Hymn in Praise of Neptune
Thomas Campion
echoing rock reply Unto their gentle murmuring noise The praise of Neptune's empery. Rate it:

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A Legend Of Christ's Nativity
Duncan Campbell Scott
still, Like unblown tapers, faint and high. The noises had begun to fall, And quiet stole upon theRate it:

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A Letter Home
Siegfried Sassoon
it, Back to hell with Kaiser sent it, Gag the noise, pack up and go, Clockwork soldiers in a rowRate it:

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A Longing
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
give the pleasure of the lyre In the spring's noise may the orchestra's melody be The flower bud bRate it:

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A Mother In Egypt
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
maid-servant that is behind the mill.' IS the noise of grief in the palace over the river For thiRate it:

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A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags
William Wordsworth
bright morning: from the fields Meanwhile, a noise was heard, the busy mirth Of reapers, men and Rate it:

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