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Benlomond
Thomas Campbell
to the bees' frail hives, Our most stupendous towers. Temples and towers thou seest begun, NeRate it:

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Beverley Minster
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
earth. How oft has music rocked those ancient towers, When the deep bells were tolling; as they rRate it:

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Builders of Ruins
Alice Meynell
aright, And crown with weeds our pride of towers, And warm our marble through with sun, And break Rate it:

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Cadyow Castle
Sir Walter Scott
Hamilton's abode Ennobled Cadyow's Gothic towers, The song went round, the goblet flow'd,, And reveRate it:

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Champagne, 1914-15
Alan Seeger
Pompelle, And round the city whose cathedral towers The enemies of Beauty dared profane, And inRate it:

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Colour
William Henry Ogilvie
is the scarlet when a Whip rides by. On towers of brown and crimson, on roofs of royal gold The bRate it:

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Eleventh Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
battle lowers, When mines are hid beneath our towers, And watchful foes are stealing round To searcRate it:

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Ezekiel
John Greenleaf Whittier
bosom set, The heathen heel is crushing yet; The towers upon our holy hill Echo Chaldean footsteps Rate it:

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I Have Been Through The Gates
Charlotte Mary Mew
was a place of palaces and pinnacles and shining towers; I saw it then as we see things in dreams,-Rate it:

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King Stephen
John Keats
my good Lord, Or that we gave him lodging in yon towers? Glocester. Fain would I know the great usuRate it:

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Lament of the Frontier Guard
Ezra Pound
the grass goes yellow with autumn. I climb the towers and towers to watch out the barbarous land: DRate it:

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Love's Bower.
Robert Crawford
in their passion's joy Burnt to a cinder on the towers of Troy! All youths and virgins may go thereRate it:

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Marmion: Introduction to Canto V.
Sir Walter Scott
the ravages of time, As erst by Newark's riven towers, And Ettrick stripped of forest bowers. True-Rate it:

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One
Conrad Potter Aiken
slowly shattering wave, Turned to the city of towers as evening fell; And slowly walked by the darkRate it:

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Oscar Of Alva: A Tale
George Gordon Lord Byron
is Alva's noble race, And gray her towers are seen afar; No more her heroes urge the chase, Or roRate it:

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Paris
Alan Seeger
a little room That looks off over Paris and its towers From Saint Gervais round to the Emperor's Rate it:

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Reflections Of A Magistrand
Robert Fuller Murray
entirely fresh and new. When I marvelled at the towers beyond the Eden's wide expanse, Eager-heartRate it:

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Republic And Motherland
Alfred Noyes
morning sun The ship swept in from sea; Gigantic towers arose, the night was done, And--there stoodRate it:

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Song for norway national hymn
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Yes, we love this land that towers Where the ocean foams; Rugged, storm-swept, it embowers Many thousand homes. Love it, love it, of you thinking, ...Rate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto I.
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
by Have mourned, exulted, menaced, through thy towers, Within thy pillared courts the grass waves Rate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto III.
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
course they bend To where the Alhambra's ancient towers ascend, Reared and adorned by Moorish kingRate it:

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The Boy Crusader
James Brunton Stephens
“Oh father, is that Jerusalem— Those walls and towers so strong!” “Ho, boy, we are yet in our own fair France, That is only Avignon.” * * ...Rate it:

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The Castle-Builder. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Third)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
castle-builder, with his wooden blocks, And towers that touch imaginary skies. A fearless rider oRate it:

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The Dreamer Of Dreams
Conrad Potter Aiken
stone high into the sky, We have built a city of towers. Our hands are light, they are singing witRate it:

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The four Monarchyes, the Assyrian being the first, beginning under Nimrod, 131. Years after the Floo
Anne Bradstreet
wall'd about, On which stood fifteen hundred Towers stout. The walls one hundred sixty foot uprightRate it:

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