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Eva
John Greenleaf Whittier
the welcome-voiced psalm, Harp of gold and waving palm, All is light and peace with Eva; There theRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. II.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
side to side with a lordly air, and superbly Waving his bushy tail, and urging forward the straggleRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. IV.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
to the maiden, Till she followed his green and waving plume through the forest, And never more retuRate it:

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Fairy Days
William Makepeace Thackeray
mail—comes prancing through the forest, A waving ostrich-plume—a buckler burnished bright; I've seeRate it:

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Fancy and the Poet
Susanna Strickland Moodie
the tempest loud, In the sigh of the waving trees -- To the sons of earth -- in a mRate it:

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Fanscomb Barn
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Arm to fill the Sleeve, Erst pendant, void, and waving with the Wind, The Timber-Leg obsequiouslyRate it:

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Farewell To Florida
Wallace Stevens
Disclosed the sea floor and the wilderness Of waving weeds. I hated the vivid blooms Curled overRate it:

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Father Riley's Horse
Andrew Barton Paterson
grave across the dip Where the wattle bloom is waving overhead. Sure he'll jump them fences easy Rate it:

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Fit the Eighth (Hunting of the Snark )
Lewis Carroll
"He is shouting like mad, only hark! He is waving his hands, he is wagging his head, He has certRate it:

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Flora
Charlotte Smith
its plumage rears, And o'er the casque in waving grace appears; With stern undaunted eye, one warRate it:

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Fog
Emma Lazarus
fair, free-floating, pearl-wreathed hair, In waving raiment swathed Of changing, irised hues. WherRate it:

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Four Riddles
Lewis Carroll
is tangled talk and mazy motion - Much like a waving field of golden grain, Or a tempestuous ocean.Rate it:

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From Faust - Second Part - I.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
teem, Shady nooks the bushes yield, And with waving, silvery gleam, Rocks the harvest in the fielRate it:

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From Monte Pincio
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
seek the night, but a flag is each light, Waving the hope of eternity bright. Gaily to dance and wiRate it:

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From The Twelve
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
answer, you there, show yourself.’ ‘Who’s that waving the red flag?’ ‘Try and see! It’s as dark asRate it:

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Game Of love
Nikhil Parekh
I played a game of swimming; passionately waving my arms to emulate a silver dolphin in the pool;Rate it:

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Geometry
John Crowe Ransom
clammy fungus everywhere, And poison waving on the air, A plague of insects from the pool To sting Rate it:

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Goliath Of Gath
Phillis Wheatley
mountains stood, Thick as the foliage of the waving wood; Between them an extensive valley lay, O'eRate it:

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Gone Down
Andrew Barton Paterson
his colleagues said, "Who won it? Is our banner waving high? Has the Ministry retained Glen Innes Rate it:

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Grant At Rest-- August 8, 1885
James Whitcomb Riley
the rank and file of the gold and green Of the waving grain is there again. Though his valiant lifRate it:

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Great Mullen
William Carlos Williams
weed, dungcake, you have-- I am a cricket waving his antennae and you are high, grey and straightRate it:

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Greek Funeral Chant Or Myriologue
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
fleet fearless course! -I see the pines there waving yet, I see the rills descend, I see thy boundiRate it:

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Griselda: A Society Novel In Verse - Chapter III
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
passing vision of a white nymph's feet, And waving arms, as the wild chasm's spray Beat on his faceRate it:

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Habits
Nikhil Parekh
city traffic police have an impulsive habit of waving their sticks, cant help but do so, even whenRate it:

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Harvest
John Newton
gentle flow'rs: By his care the produce thrives Waving o'er the furrowed lands; And when harvest-tiRate it:

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