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Easter Eve
Archibald Lampman
bells hung nigh it Echoed from their looming towers; Where the mourners wept alway, Watching for thRate it:

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Eclogue the Third Abra
William Taylor Collins
Evening In Georgia's land, where Tefflis' towers are seen, In distant view along the level gRate it:

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El Harith
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
them we live. Hate may not harm us, fenced in towers of renown, our unstained bright honour. Long hRate it:

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Elegiac Stanzas
William Wordsworth
to lave, With current swift and undefiled, The towers of old LUCERNE. We parted upon solemn groRate it:

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Elegy On The Death Of A Young Man
Friedrich Schiller
of woe; Death-notes rise from yonder minster's towers! Bearing out a youth, they slowly go; Yes! aRate it:

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Elegy XIX. - Written in Spring, 1743
William Shenstone
said; And threw my javelin towards their hostile towers. Think not regretful I survey the deed, OrRate it:

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Elegy XVII. He Indulges the Suggestions of Spleen.-- An Elegy to the Winds
William Shenstone
of Carthage! paint thy ruin'd pride; Towers, arches, fanes, in wild confusion strewn; Let banish'd Rate it:

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Emissions
Nikhil Parekh
the eye when spotted in river water. gigantic towers of the chimney emitted grey balls of obnoxiouRate it:

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En-route
Georg Trakl
surge shimmering through a gate. Steel towers glow upward at the edge of the sky. O fairy tale baRate it:

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Endymion: Book II
John Keats
honey-dew from buried days. The woes of Troy, towers smothering o'er their blaze, Stiff-holden shieRate it:

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England
John Henry Newman
own power! Since haughty Babel's prime, High towers have been man's crime. Since her hoar age, whRate it:

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England! awake! awake! awake!
William Blake
again: Our souls exult, and London's towers Receive the Lamb of God to dwell In EnRate it:

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Entering The New Millennium
Nikhil Parekh
structures a festival of lights, giant clock towers flashing left over time, breathless crowds viRate it:

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Epigrams
William Watson
by his hand, the basest weed that grows Towers to a lily, reddens to a rose. * * * * * Brook, froRate it:

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Epilogue To Lessing's Laocooen
Matthew Arnold
boats their haven near'd. Beyond, the Abbey-towers appear'd, By mist and chimneys unconfined, FreeRate it:

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Epilogue: To A Mother
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
I'd have made them strong, so strong Outlasting towers and towns-- Millennial shepherds 'neath the Rate it:

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Even This Will Pass Away
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
live our day, and die; From out our dust new towers and temples start; Our very name becomes a myRate it:

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Evening: New York
Sara Teasdale
my city, Over the ocean of roofs and the tall towers Where the window-lights, myriads and myriads, Rate it:

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Expostulation
William Cowper
the foe found them, and down fell the towers. Long time Assyria bound them in her chain, Till penitRate it:

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Fairy Tale (2)
Katherine Mansfield
Now a strain Wild and mournful blown from shadow towers, Echoed from shadow ships upon the foam, PrRate it:

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Faithful In Vanity-Fair
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
crowd divides and then soon closes after: Afar towers the pyre. Through the shouting and laughter Rate it:

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Fatima
Alfred Lord Tennyson
I wasted hateful hours Below the city's eastern towers: I thirsted for the brooks, the showers: Rate it:

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Fingal - Book Vi
James Macpherson
Trenmor. Three days he feasted at Gormal's windy towers, and received his choice in the combat. TheRate it:

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First Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
wayside ruins let us mourn, Who have th' eternal towers for our appointed bourne. Rate it:

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Flight Of The Duchess, The
Robert Browning
its prime, And see true castles, with proper towers, Young-hearted women, old-minded men, And manRate it:

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