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The Army of the Rear
Henry Lawson
“They’re brutes,” so say the wealthy, “and by steel must be dismayed” — Be brutes among us, nobleRate it:

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The Battle of El-Teb
William Topaz McGonagall
the British charged them with their cold steel, Which made the Arabs backward for to reel; But theyRate it:

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The Battle Of Lora
James Macpherson
songs? Hear the battle of Lora. The sound of its steel is long since past. So thunder on the darkenRate it:

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The Columbiad: Book VIII
Joel Barlow
of fame; Beneath Montgomery's eye, when by thy steel In northern wilds the frequent savage fell. FiRate it:

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The Death Of Olaf Tryggvision
Katharine Lee Bates
storm of stones and arrows, Shivering steel and shock of iron, Stood erect above the slaughter, An Rate it:

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The Eaglet Mourned
Victor Marie Hugo
Glory's red degrees; Nor Cairo-pashas' steel-devouring steeds, Nor the tall shadows of the PyramidsRate it:

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The English Way
Rudyard Kipling
I charge you answer true, If ever you dealt in steel and brand, How went the fray with you?' 'HRate it:

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The Galley-Slave
Rudyard Kipling
figurehead of silver and her beak of hammered steel; The leg-bar chafed the ankle and we gasped forRate it:

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The Ghetto
Lola Ridge
air Is floating in velvety blackness shot with steel-blue lights, But no breath stirs the heat LeanRate it:

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The Giant In Glee
Victor Marie Hugo
to fear; When the riot of flames, ruin, smoke, steel and blood, Announces an army rolls along as aRate it:

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The Harp Of Hoel
William Lisle Bowles
a Saviour lived and died! With gloves of steel, and good broadsword, And plumed helm of brass, HoRate it:

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The Last Parade
Andrew Barton Paterson
through it -- Sometimes, perhaps, too late. "Steel! We were steel to stand it -- We that have lRate it:

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The Last Redoubt
Alfred Austin
length of his blade. ``Yield!'' But aloft his steel he flashed, And down on their steel it ringingRate it:

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The Lost Embassy
Edith Nesbit
lilies, no glad live things. 'Neath the sky of steel and the brazen sun White wings, kiss-laden, Rate it:

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The Old Land And The Young Land
Alfred Austin
fleece, While lands there are that live cased in steel, and whose war-hammers never cease. And theRate it:

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The Phantom Fleet
Alfred Noyes
her heart at last, And once again she raised her steel-clad head. Her eyes were filled with suddenRate it:

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The Skater
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
My glad feet shod with the glittering steel I was the god of the wingèd heel. The hills in the far white sky were lost; The world lay s...Rate it:

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The Song of the Wheels
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
upon the wheels, master, call upon the wheels, Steel is beneath your hand, stone beneath your heelsRate it:

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The Star of Australasia
Henry Lawson
close his `wings', and shut his angels out, And steel his heart for the end of things, who'd riRate it:

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The Statues in the Block
John Boyle O'Reilly
desire to drink. The loadstone hungers for the steel; the steel, Inert amid a million stones, resRate it:

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The Sword
Isabella Valancy Crawford
the world, From the Anvil where was smitten, The steel, the Forgers wrought into the Sword. At theRate it:

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The Sword Of The Tomb : A Northern Legend
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
shuddering through his breast, And the steel-clad man stood still Before that place of rest. But hRate it:

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The Temple - What Makes It Of Worth
Edgar Albert Guest
for your foundation piers, You may go with your steel to the sky You may purchase the best of the tRate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 2 B (The battle)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
to the peal Of the war-cry, answer'd by clanging steel! The young chief strokes his courser's neck,Rate it:

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Tom's Garland
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Unemployed Tom—garlanded with squat and surly steel Tom; then Tom’s fallowbootfellow piles pick Rate it:

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