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

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Alice
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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Amaturus
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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