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Gordon
Ernest Myers
on, The order’d stars gaze blank upon the plain. V O awful Presence of the lonely Nile, O awfulRate it:

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Grass From The Battle-Field
Sydney Thompson Dobell
horn! And, ere it ceases, such a shock As if the plain were iron, and thereon An iron hammer, heavyRate it:

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Griselda: A Society Novel In Verse - Chapter I
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
lest life lose its feet And fall the further. A plain tale is mine Of naked fact, unconscious of deRate it:

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Heccar and Gaira
Thomas Chatterton
reeking slain Leaving the bodies on the burning plain. Gaira. Heccar, my vengeance still exclaiRate it:

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Heroes
Emma Lazarus
with content Sublime, descend to live upon the plain; Steadfast as though they breathed the mountaiRate it:

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Homer's Battle Of The Frogs And Mice. Book II
Thomas Parnell
Beans, The buskin'd Warriours stalk'd along the Plains, Quills aptly bound, their bracing Corselet Rate it:

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Horatius
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
a stately market-place, From many a fruitful plain, From many a lonely hamlet, Which, hid by beech Rate it:

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How a Little Girl Danced
Vachel Lindsay
soul has no bond with the beasts of the plain: Judith the dancer, Judith the dancer, With foot likeRate it:

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Hymn on Solitude
James Thomson
the vaulted sky; A shepherd next, you haunt the plain, And warble forth your oaten strain; A lover Rate it:

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I'm saying every day
Emily Dickinson
bright Pins of Buttercup— That not too plain— Rank—overtake me— And perch my Tongue On Twigs of siRate it:

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Idyll
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
the throng, the turmoil here, Confined the plain, the breezes e'en appear. CHORUS. Now order it tRate it:

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If the Advertising Man Had Been Praed, or Locker
Franklin P. Adams
And it may be had in dull or glazed, Plain or grained, basket weave or moiréd surfaces! --AdverRate it:

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In a 'Bus
James Brunton Stephens
anguish, when she drew her glove, And showed the plain gold sign of wedded love, Refused assuagemenRate it:

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In Spadger's Lane
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
again The sores an' scars crool day 'as made too plain. To all the earth she gives the soft glad-eRate it:

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In War-Time: An Aspiration Of The Spirit
Sydney Thompson Dobell
streets, and fills The billowy nation on the plain, As roar into the heaving main A thousand torrenRate it:

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Independence
Charles Churchill
strain, And sunk the mountain level with the plain; Who, with mean, private views, and servile art,Rate it:

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Io Triumphe
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
fiery rain, — Closes the smoke-cloud round the plain— Fit cloak for Death to throw : As mid Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 01 - part 03
Torquato Tasso
season might our courage move, Now every passage plain and open lies: What lets us then the great JRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 02 - part 06
Torquato Tasso
bid thee follow on the path, now made So plain and easy, enter Fortune's gate, Nor in thy scabbard Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 05 - part 06
Torquato Tasso
quoth she, 'why should you grudge or plain, If I a champion, you an gain? LXXXIV 'If me you love,Rate it:

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Jones M.P.
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
his honest zeal upbore him, That his course was plain before him, Just the clean, straight course oRate it:

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Langemarck At Ypres
William Wilfred Campbell
reek of that evil cloud, The Hun swept over the plain; And the murderer’s dirk did its monster woRate it:

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Leipzig
Thomas Hardy
Of her youth, and the battles on Leipzig plain And of all that was suffered there!... Rate it:

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Lily
Henry Lawson
puzzles me— The butt of station chaff, For I was plain as man could be And awkward as a calf. I woRate it:

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Loraine
George Essex Evans
by, As we rode o’er the leagues of the billowy plain Where the grass grew green ’neath the summer rRate it:

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