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The Morn That Breaks Its Heart Of Gold
Madison Julius Cawein
starlight in her eyes,- Eyes stern as steel yet tender as a fawn's,- And in her hair The rapture ofRate it:

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The Roll of the Kettledrum
Adam Lindsay Gordon
of us rung ; Iron hoofs thunder'd, and naked steel flash'd Over him—youngest, where many were youngRate it:

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The Songs Of The Dead Men To The Three Dancers
Robinson Jeffers
pale brains Carpeting battlefields. Towering in steel, terribly armed, which of the daughters of heRate it:

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The Wrangler
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
and impudent wight Went into a shop full of steel wares bright, Arranged with art upon ev'ry shelf.Rate it:

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Dickie Macphalion
Andrew Lang
hae I my spinning wheel, And a' to buy a cap of steel For Dickie Macphalion that's slain! Shoo, shoRate it:

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Battle Hymn of the Republic
Julia Ward Howe
read a fiery gospel, writ in burnished rows of steel: 'As ye deal with my contemners, so with youRate it:

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The Bridge: Atlantis
Harold Hart Crane
of wires. Up the index of night, granite and steel— Transparent meshes—fleckless the gleaming staRate it:

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A Fence
Carl Sandburg
fence. The palings are made of iron bars with steel points that can stab the life out of any man Rate it:

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A Legend of Madrid
Adam Lindsay Gordon
a strip of scarlet, In his right a streak of steel ; Ah ! the monster topples over, Till his haunchRate it:

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A Redeemer
Robinson Jeffers
them open. I made them long ago with a clean steel. It is only a litde to pay' He stretched and fleRate it:

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All I Want Is Everything
Nikhil Parekh
I want is eyes with lids of the most toughest of steel; ensuring that I didn't become blind even inRate it:

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At William Maclennan's Grave
Duncan Campbell Scott
in his cypress nest With memory. Hearts of steel and of fire, Why do ye love and aspire, When follRate it:

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Ballad Of The Banished And Returning Count
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
so dear? Straight seize him, ye vassals of steel! To the dungeon most deep, with the fool-hardy knRate it:

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Blades
Padraic Colum
skimming wheel; Nothing is sharp That we have of steel: Nothing has edge: Oh, whirl around Your wheRate it:

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Bonny Dundee
Sir Walter Scott
on the target of barkened bull-hide; There’s steel in the scabbard that dangles beside; The brass Rate it:

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Calthon And Colmal
James Macpherson
night, to the hall. She armed her lovely form in steel; the steel of a young warrior, who fell in tRate it:

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Cambrai and Marne
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
masses melt and reel Before our line of leaping steel. A handful to their storming hordes, We scouRate it:

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Charles Edward At Versailles
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
hold together, Fast, and fell, and firm as steel. Elcho, never look so gloomy- What avails a saddenRate it:

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Coeur De Lion At The Bier Of His Father
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
in sight. There was heard a heavy clang, As of steel-girt men the tread, And the tombs and the holRate it:

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Comala, A Dramatic Poem
James Macpherson
clouds; rise, that I may behold the gleam of his steel on the field of his promise. Or rather let tRate it:

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Duellum (The Duel)
Charles Baudelaire
and blood. This fencing, this clashing of steel, are the uproar Of youth when it becomes a prey tRate it:

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Faith—is the Pierless Bridge
Emily Dickinson
bears the Soul as bold As it were rocked in Steel With Arms of Steel at either side— It joins—behinRate it:

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Fingal - Book I
James Macpherson
sea, put on thy arms! Calmar, lift thy sounding steel! Puno! dreadful hero, arise! Cairbar, from thRate it:

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For The Marriage of Faustus and Helen
Harold Hart Crane
press of troubled hands, too alternate With steel and soil to hold you endlessly. I meet you, theRate it:

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Gwin King of Norway
William Blake
suddenly each seiz'd his spear, And clashing steel does ring. The husbandman does leave his ploughRate it:

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