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Bacchanalia
Matthew Arnold
day, ascends again; Deserted is the half-mown plain, Silent the swaths! the ringing wain, The mowerRate it:

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Childe Roland To The Dark Tower Came
Robert Browning
close, yet shot one grim Red leer to see the plain catch its estray. IX. For mark! no sooner wRate it:

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Elegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit
William Shenstone
rural grove; Should --'s eyes illume the desert plain, Even I may wonder, and even I must love. NoRate it:

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Fight of A Buffalo with Wolves
James McIntyre
description into verse. A buffalo, lord of the plain, With massive neck and mighty mane, While froRate it:

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Flash Jack From Gundagai
Andrew Barton Paterson
for old Tom Patterson, on the One Tree Plain. All among the wool, boys, Keep your wide blades fullRate it:

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In the Moonlight
David McKee Wright
the mountain gorge to the heart of the silver plain There’s many an eye will see no sleep till theRate it:

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Noon On The Barrier Ranges
Roderic Quinn
stand upon an old hard-bitten hill, Wide plains beneath. Here stood tall mountains when the world wRate it:

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Peruvian Tales: Cora, Tale VI
Helen Maria Williams
The troops of ALMAGRO and ALPHONSO meet on the plain of CUZCO --. MANCO -CAPAC attacks them by nights--His army is defeated, and he is forced to fl...Rate it:

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Red Robin
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
it's a pity that poor Jenny is so plain.' To talk like that about his wife! It had me scandalizedRate it:

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Song Of The Chattahoochee
Sidney Lanier
the valleys of Hall, I hurry amain to reach the plain, Run the rapid and leap the fall, Split at thRate it:

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The Bleating of the Sheep
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
sheep. 0, I listened to their bleating on the plain Virgin plain And I spoke to them with epitheRate it:

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The Canon Of Aughrim
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
tells the story in signs deep writ on the soil, Plain and clear in indelible type both for fools anRate it:

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The Dong with a Luminous Nose
Edward Lear
and silence reign Over the great Gromboolian plain, Through the long, long wintry nights; -- When tRate it:

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The Fan : A Poem. Book III.
John Gay
woods, hills, and dales appear, Flocks graze the plains, birds wing the silent air In darken'd roomRate it:

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The Rain: A Song Of Peace
Denis Florence MacCarthy
again; It cometh with green to gladden the plain, And to wake the sweets in the winding lane. The Rate it:

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The Song Of The Chattahoochee
Sidney Lanier
the valleys of Hall, I hurry amain to reach the plain, Run the rapid and leap the fall, Split at thRate it:

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The Wise Men
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
place where men can pray; The way is all so very plain That we may lose the way. Oh, we have lRate it:

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The Story of Mongrel Grey
Andrew Barton Paterson
rose up like a globe of gold And flooded the plain with her mellow light. We watched the cattle tRate it:

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A Letter to the Front
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Turk An' swap the gaudy war game fer a spell o' plain, drab work. Well, Mick, yeh know jist 'ow itRate it:

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Across The Pampas
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
how, when night was falling, There in the middle plain, as best we might, We set our little tent upRate it:

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An Australian Symphony
George Essex Evans
alone; Her inspiration is her own. From sunlit plains to mangrove strands Not as the songs of otRate it:

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Ballad Of The Drover
Henry Lawson
Across the stony ridges, Across the rolling plain, Young Harry Dale, the drover, Comes riding home again. And well his stock-horse bears him, ...Rate it:

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But What's The Use
Henry Lawson
improvers. The swagman tramping ’cross the plain; Good Lord, there’s nothing sadder, Except the dRate it:

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Elegy XXIII. Reflections Suggested By His Situation
William Shenstone
the scene for Kenelm's fate renown'd, I take my plaintive reed, and range the grove, And raise my lRate it:

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Fogarty's Gin
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
like yeast. Through the coolabahs, out on the plain, it increased Till we swung with the stride oRate it:

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