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On the Morning of Christ’s Nativity
John Milton
turtle wing the amorous clouds dividing; And, waving wide her myrtle wand, She strikes a universaRate it:

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Oscar Hummel
Edgar Lee Masters
step out but A. D. Blood, In his night shirt, waving a stick of wood, And roaring about the cursed Rate it:

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Ossian’s Grave
Robinson Jeffers
furrows, or drive the red carts, like weeds waving Under the glass of water in a locked bay, Which Rate it:

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Our House
Christopher Morley
to wander in. A Chinese carp (called Mandarin) Waving a sluggish silver fin Deep in the moat: soRate it:

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Our Kind Of A Man
James Whitcomb Riley
the barren fields he sees Springing blossoms and waving trees, Feeling as only the dying may, That Rate it:

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Outcome Of Courage
Ehsan Sehgal
The memories stay, Waving in mind The heart keeps you Hiding somewhere My love is a devoted deposit For a stranger I determine to pledge it ho...Rate it:

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Outside
Henry Lawson
be out of sight of the faces white, And the waving of handkerchiefs. I want to be making my ship-bRate it:

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Outside
Henry Lawson
be out of sight of the faces white, And the waving of handkerchiefs. I want to be making my ship-bRate it:

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Ownerless
John Shaw Neilson
to the paddocks tomorrow, Where grasses are waving breast-high on the plain; And there with the cleRate it:

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Paean
John Greenleaf Whittier
their line forsakes; With peace-white banners waving free, And from our own the glad shout breaks, Rate it:

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Palinodia
Count Giacomo Leopardi
dukedoms of the earth I saw, now clinging to her waving locks, Now to the end of her encircling boaRate it:

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Parting
Rainer Maria Rilke
small and white and nothing more than, oh, waving, now already unrelated to me, a sight, continuinRate it:

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Peggy
Robert Burns
wings, Amang the blooming heather; Now waving grain, wide o'er the plain, Delights the weRate it:

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Pentucket
John Greenleaf Whittier
up and down on either hand, With corn-leaves waving freshly green The thick and blackened stumps beRate it:

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Per bo
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
stream. Wide the springtime spread its banner, Waving in his will illumined, Bright with promise, Rate it:

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Peruvian Tales: Alzira, Tale II
Helen Maria Williams
feather'd chiefs the golden throne surround; The waving canopy its plume displays, Whose waving hueRate it:

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Petrarch to Laura
Mary Darby Robinson
odour pours; Ye roseate banks o'erhung with waving trees, That moan responsive to the murm'ring brRate it:

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Picture-Writing
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
for noontide, And for rain and cloudy weather Waving lines descending from it. Footprints poinRate it:

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Pioneers! O Pioneers!
Walt Whitman
40 Raise the mighty mother mistress, Waving high the delicate mistress, over all the stRate it:

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Poor Marguerite
Mary Darby Robinson
waste A NUT-BROWN GIRL was seen to haste; Wide waving was her unbound hair, And sun-scorch'd was heRate it:

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Prince Ahmed and the Fairy
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
gorgeous throne whereon the fairy sat, Like waving clouds about the lovely moon. She rose, their Rate it:

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PRIVATE ROMEO
PV Harrington
out of the camp on a bright summer's day waving last weekend's pass-out goodbye Phoned Jenny, then Rate it:

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Pulo Penang
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
like emeralds in the golden sun, where the waving trees dip their long branches into the water; wheRate it:

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Ralph to Mary
Amy Levy
shining stretch of sand; Which, as we tread, in waving line, Sinks softly 'neath our moving feet; Rate it:

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Rambles In Autumn
James Thomson
walk below, And slowly circles through the waving air. But should a quicker breeze amid the boughsRate it:

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