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A Town
Jane Taylor
see those faces now ?-- Then hither turn--yon waving grass And mouldering stones will show ; For tRate it:

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A Vision Splendid
Victor James Daley
darkness glow. The Capital Australian, With waving banners plumed - A shining flower of marble Rate it:

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A Voice From The Factories
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
perceptible pace-- Like a bright bird upon a waving spray, Fluttering and sinking still, whene'erRate it:

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A War March
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
that skites and brags; Marching the goose-step; waving the falgs. Hoch! We talk too much, and we loRate it:

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A-Shelling Peas
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
the world be fair without, With flow'rs and waving trees, 'Tis pleasanter to be about Where Rate it:

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Abba Thule's Lament For His Son Prince Le Boo
William Lisle Bowles
stream the busy crowd; Fresh breezes stir the waving plantain grove; The fisher carols in the windiRate it:

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Address ToThe Devil
Robert Burns
lough; Ye like a rash-buss stood in sight, Wi' waving sugh. The cudgel in my nieve did shake, Each Rate it:

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti
WAVING whispering trees, What do you say to the breeze And what says the breeze to you? 'Mid passing souls ill at ease, Moving murmuring trees,...Rate it:

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Advice To My Best Brother, Coll: Francis Lovelace.
Richard Lovelace
live unhandsomely? trust not too far Thy self to waving seas: for what thy star, Calculated by sureRate it:

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Afghan Glory
John Nesbitt
I E D’s - So step up to the plate boys, start waving the flag We’ll be all draped with medals Rate it:

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Anne Kingsmill Finch
upon th' adjoining Green, From Ranks, with waving Flags between, Were soften'd Trumpets heard. Rate it:

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Paul Laurence Dunbar
you find, Kiss it softly, naughty wind. Roses waving fair and sweet Thro' the garden alleys, Grow iRate it:

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William Johnson Cory
of manner, Still holding reason's fort, Though waving fancy's banner; A lady, not so queenly As to Rate it:

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Ambition And Content: A Fable
Mark Akenside
a various prospect charm'd the sight; Here waving harvests clad the fields with white; Here a roughRate it:

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An April Fool
Alfred Austin
said, ``is the spacious air, And my curtain the waving willow. ``My meal is a shive of the miller'Rate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the L. Bishop of London John King
Henry King
his Chronicle and Pedigree: They have their waving pennons and their flagges, (Of Matches and AllRate it:

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An Evening Dream
Sydney Thompson Dobell
gazing, up the vale of green and waving corn. The summer corn is in the ear, thou knowest what I seRate it:

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An Evening Walk, Addressed to a Young Lady
William Wordsworth
I will confine myself to one instance: "Waving his hat, the shepherd, from the vale, Directs hisRate it:

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An Ode on the Piece
Helen Maria Williams
of war, While terror flashes from his eyes, Lo! waving o'er his fiery car Aloft his bloody banner fRate it:

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An Old Colonist's Reverie
David McKee Wright
at morn, Wind and the rising sun, and waving tussock and corn; It brings to me days gone by when Rate it:

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An Old Colonist's Reverie
David McKee Wright
at morn, Wind and the rising sun, and waving tussock and corn; It brings to me days gone by when Rate it:

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Anacreontick II
Thomas Parnell
(as late I chanc'd to rove) I learn'd in yonder waving Grove. And see, says Love, (who call'd me neRate it:

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Archduchess Anne
George Meredith
beware Old Kraken's pledge of faith! A smile and waving hand in air, And outward flew the wraith. Rate it:

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Australian Bards And Bush Reviewers
Henry Lawson
scarce inferior to Bret Harte. If you sing of waving grasses when the plains are dry as bricks, Rate it:

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Australian Scenery
Andrew Barton Paterson
A land as far as the eye can see, where the waving grasses grow Or the plains are blackened and bRate it:

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