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At the Church-Gate
William Makepeace Thackeray
tolls out Above the city's rout, And noise and humming; They've hushed the minster-bell, The orRate it:

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At The Gate Of The Convent
Alfred Austin
consciousness of surer prize Than dying noise of living fame. ``Have you not loved, been loved, asRate it:

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Attadale, West Highlands
William Ernest Henley
glaze. The air was hushed and dreamy. Evermore A noise of running water whispered near. A stragglinRate it:

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August
James Whitcomb Riley
the river's shady margin heard-- A harmony of noise-- A melody of wrangling voices blent With liquRate it:

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Aunt Imogen
Edwin Arlington Robinson
love That proved itself in childhood’s honest noise. Jane, by the wings of sex, had reached her fiRate it:

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Authorship
Rabindranath Tagore
a naughty child!" If I make the slightest noise you say, "Don't you see that father's at his woRate it:

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Ave
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
thee; and a voice Spake to thee without any noise, Being of the silence:—“Hail,” it said, “Thou thaRate it:

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Bacchus: Or, The Vines Of Lesbos
Thomas Parnell
drinks enjoys With change of nonsense, lust and noise; Mad and careless, hot and vain, Such as theRate it:

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Ballade Of True Wisdom
Andrew Lang
powers! And I'd leave all the hurry, the noise, and the fray, For a house full of books, and a gardRate it:

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Bangle Of love
Nikhil Parekh
of irritation; as it produced cacophonic noise; every time I moved my hand. When I wore a bangle oRate it:

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Bards of Passion and of Mirth, written on the Blank Page before Beaumont and Fletcher's Tragi-Comedy 'The Fair Maid of the Inn'
John Keats
With the spheres of sun and moon; With the noise of fountains wondrous, And the parle of voices Rate it:

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Bateese And His Little Decoys
William Henry Drummond
we're ready for begin, Hooraw! an' never min' de noise dat you 're makin'. Quack! quack! quack! quRate it:

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Battle Of Hastings - I
Thomas Chatterton
wythe myghte amayne hys shorte horse-spear, The noise it made the duke to turn awaie, And hytt his Rate it:

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Bedlam Town
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
for bed now, stop your play.' O, the racket and noise, and roar As they prance like a caravan overRate it:

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Beloved
Nikhil Parekh
In a constant pandemonium; of cacophonic noise compounded with incoherent buzzing, Resides the deRate it:

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Ben Jonson Entertains a Man from Stratford
Edwin Arlington Robinson
he goes best, A pleasant animal with no great noise Or nonsense anywhere to set him off— Save onRate it:

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Beranger's My Last Song Perhaps (January 1814)
Eugene Field
dear!-- Feigns terror at this martial noise, And yet, methinks, the artful minx Would like to meeRate it:

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Bergliot
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
rolling sand-waves Swirl up the roadway! What noise is nearing! Look forth, my footboy! -The wind'Rate it:

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Bind Us together
Nikhil Parekh
I craved to speak to her; missed the bustling noise of her footsteps. The moment she was with me IRate it:

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Birds
Robinson Jeffers
like silver arrows shot through a curtain the noise of the ocean Trampling its granite; their red bRate it:

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Birds In Alarm
John Clare
every passer-bye. The yellowhammer never makes a noise But flies in silence from the noisy boys; ThRate it:

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Bishop Blougram's Apology
Robert Browning
And body gets its sop and holds its noise And leaves soul free a little. Now's the tiRate it:

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Blokes
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
boys, Whose urge is to express themselves with noise, He wakes the midnight echoes, when to sleep WRate it:

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Blue
Paul Laurence Dunbar
wet fu' huntin', Fishin' ain't no good. Too much noise fo' sleepin', No one hyeah to chat; Des mus'Rate it:

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Bonnie Kilmany
William Topaz McGonagall
thew's a wood sawmill by the roadway, And the noise can be heard by night and day, As the circular Rate it:

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