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Emancipation Song
Anonymous Americas
chains are riven- So let us loud the chorus swell! Man shall be free from cruel law,- Man shall be Rate it:

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Fairies On The Sea Shore. By Howard
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
of a distant flute, Linger I over the tones that swell From the pink-vein'd chords of an ocean-shelRate it:

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Farewell
Sydney Thompson Dobell
and small and great They join the swaying swell, Farewell, farewell! Farewell, farewell, farewell! Rate it:

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Honours - Part1
Jean Ingelow
age, Count her old beach lines by their tidal swell; Her sunken mountains name, her craters gauge, Rate it:

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Hymn For The Opening Of Thomas Starr King’s House Of Worship, 1864
John Greenleaf Whittier
pine, And awful Shasta's icy shrine,-- Where swell Thy hymns from wave and gale, And organ-thunderRate it:

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Inchcape Rock
Robert Southey
rung. When the Rock was hid by the surge’s swell, The Mariners heard the warning Bell; And then Rate it:

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Jack Dunn of Nevertire
Henry Lawson
We chaps were smoking after tea, and heard the swell enquire For one as travelled by the name of Rate it:

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Lucasta At The Bath.
Richard Lovelace
in their holds your eyes you stow; And swell your cheeks, bequeath chill death; See! she hath smil'Rate it:

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Mary Called Him 'Mister'
Henry Lawson
he’d been to the city, and he came back such a swell. They longed to meet in fond embrace, they hunRate it:

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Massachusetts To Virginia
John Greenleaf Whittier
their errands far, A thousand sails of commerce swell, but none are spread for war. We hear thy thRate it:

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Moses On The Nile
Victor Marie Hugo
the sighs Of the light breeze along the rippling swell; But no: it is a skiff where sweetly lies AnRate it:

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Mulligan's Mare
Andrew Barton Paterson
on Mulligan's bar. There was "Jerry the Swell", and the jockey-boy Ned, "Dog-bite-me" -- so callRate it:

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My Cousin From Pall Mall
Arthur Patchett Martin
cultured or uncouth, As the manner of a London swell. Now it chanced, the other day, That one came Rate it:

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Obermann Once More
Matthew Arnold
impious younger world. The Roman tempest swell'd and swell'd, And on her head was hurl'd. 'The ERate it:

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Ode To Sara, In Answer To A Letter From Bristol
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
morn. O mark those smiling tears, that swell The opened rose! From heaven they fell, And with the Rate it:

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Stanzas To the Memory Of George III
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
isle once more With measured tones of melanchoIy swell, Strikes on the awakened heart from shore toRate it:

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Stanzas to the Memory of George the Third
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
isle once more With measured tones of melanchoIy swell, Strikes on the awakened heart from shore Rate it:

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The Amateur Rider
Andrew Barton Paterson
beat -- Ho! did you see how he struck, and the swell never moved in his seat? Second time round,Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Touch-The-Button Nell
Robert William Service
dance a step or two with me - the music's simply swell," He crushed her in his mighty arms, a meek,Rate it:

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The Dream
Caroline Hayward
Allies! Crushing the thoughts which his bosom swell, He leaves the scene, as the vesper bell, Rate it:

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The Drowned Lover
Percy Bysshe Shelley
on the lake,--dearest Henry, I come.' II. High swelled in her bosom the throb of affection, As ligRate it:

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The Duties of an Aide-de-camp
Andrew Barton Paterson
the people are thickenkn'; And each gay local swell Thinks it's "off" to dance well, So he copieRate it:

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The Flood of Years
William Cullen Bryant
brows are twined With roses, ride the topmost swell awhile, And as they raise their flowing cups aRate it:

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The Four Seasons : Winter
James Thomson
in the doubling storm, she tries to soar; To swell her note with all the rushing winds; To suit hRate it:

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The King's Pilgrimage
Rudyard Kipling
buckled in the life-buoy's ring That slid from swell to swell. All that they had they gave - they Rate it:

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