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Arms and the Boy
Wilfred Owen
the boy try along this bayonet-blade 2 How cold steel is, and keen with hunger of blood; 3 Blue witRate it:

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As The Troops Went Through
Edward George Dyson
glow, With throb of song and the chink of steel, The gallant crow of the piccolo. Good and brownRate it:

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At Fredericksburg—Dec. 13, 1862
John Boyle O'Reilly
away; But should it come, God send us men and steel! The land is dead that dare not face the day Rate it:

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At The Close
George Meredith
wilt reveal. Now is it red artillery and white steel; Till on a day will ring the victor's boast, TRate it:

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At the Long Sault: May, 1660
Archibald Lampman
Round him with terrible sinews and teeth of steel They charge and recharge; but with many a fRate it:

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Auri Sacra Fames
George Essex Evans
found us a god indeed! Better the clash of steel and the flag of battle unfurled! Better the roarRate it:

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Australia's Forgotten Flag
Henry Lawson
the mist that hid the skies – And the steel in diggers' eyes – Sunday morning in September long agoRate it:

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Australian Engineers
Henry Lawson
of the giant hammer, the glint of the polished steel, For the mould, and the vice, and the turninRate it:

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Autotown
Gerry Green
to survive a silent passing, .Waiting for the steel and stone to speak upon absent ears .Where fosRate it:

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Autotown
Gerry Fehily
to survive a silent passing, .Waiting for the steel and stone to speak upon absent ears .Where fosRate it:

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Autumn
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
hand. III What fun it is, with feet in sharp steel shod, To skim the mirror of the smooth and soliRate it:

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Autumn
Ada Cambridge
blue and purple-barred— This placid sea, with steel and silver shaded— This fair earth, now with auRate it:

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Autumn Even-Song
George Meredith
in its wake A baffled line of labouring rooks: Steel-surfaced to the light the river looks. Pale oRate it:

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Ave Caesar! Morituri te salutant
Mary Hannay Foott
how, in sooth, The gilding oft o'erlies the steel. Soldiers Algeria's sun has spared; Heroes from Rate it:

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Barb-Wire Bill
Robert William Service
with pain, And I could feel his nerves of steel a-quiver at the strain. And in the night he grippedRate it:

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Batuschka
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
yonder gilded minaret Beside the steel-blue Neva set, I faintly catch, from time to time, The swRate it:

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Bearded
Nikhil Parekh
I didn't need shimmering tweezers of pure steel; to scrupulously pluck my hair, I didn't need sRate it:

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Beauty
Abraham Cowley
Faire What Arms, what Armour can compare? What Steel, what Gold, or Diamond, More Impassible is fouRate it:

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Benjamin Bandicoot
Andrew Barton Paterson
can delve and dig, With claws that are strong as steel, He roots like a pigmy pig To get his eveninRate it:

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Bergliot
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
flaming thunder From thousand voices! Steel-weapons redden With stains of warfare! The shields areRate it:

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Beyond Man
Nikhil Parekh
oyster, Beyond frigid feathers of peacock; lie steel wings of the fighter jet, Beyond soiled peRate it:

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Bird's Eye view
Nikhil Parekh
stone towers I sighted as lead tipped pencil, steel bridges with tied rope looked as tapered candRate it:

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Bizzare Act On Humanity
Nikhil Parekh
in deadly black witchcraft drapery, clutching steel tubes with twin nozzles, incorporating lethalRate it:

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Blotches
Nikhil Parekh
of the cloistered well using battens of steel; made sure that the grease and stale algae was thorouRate it:

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Body And Soul: A Metaphysical Argument
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
queen in trust. Then would I strike him with my steel And bind my spurs upon his heel. But his misRate it:

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