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Juana
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
rest, With banners and with knightly plumes all waving in the wind,– But a woman's broken heart wRate it:

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Kashmiri Song
Laurence Hope
you round my throat, Crushing out life, than waving me farewell! Rate it:

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King Volmer and Elsie
John Greenleaf Whittier
the Golden Goose looks down; The yellow grain is waving in the pleasant wind of morn, The wood resoRate it:

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Kingsborough
Henry Kendall
A waving of hats and of hands, The voices of thousands in one, A shout from the ring and the stands, And a glitter of heads in the sun! “They are o...Rate it:

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Leave Me, My Blamer XIII
Khalil Gibran
Love's procession is moving; Beauty is waving her banner; Youth is sounding the trumpet of joy;Rate it:

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Lemnos Visited
Leon Gellert
thoughtless war.. It hath a calm delight In waving fields, a lazy grinding mill, In winding shores,Rate it:

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Let The Weary World Go Round
Alfred Austin
would die. It would be so sweet to lie Under waving grasses, Where a maiden's footstep sly, TremuloRate it:

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Let Them Get Married.
Nikhil Parekh
have left her hair uninhibited and ravishingly waving in exuberant wisps of breeze - rather than stRate it:

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Lines on Hearing it Declared that No Women Were So Handsome as the English
Mary Darby Robinson
costly gems profusely drest; Reclin'd in softly-waving bow'rs, On painted beds of fragrant flow'rRate it:

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Lines on Revisiting the Country
William Cullen Bryant
green, that in the summer sky With garniture of waving grass and grain, Orchards, and beechen foresRate it:

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Lines Written by the Side of a River
Mary Darby Robinson
FLOW soft RIVER, gently stray, Still a silent waving tide O'er thy glitt'ring carpet glide, While I chaunt my ROUNDELAY, As I gather from thy b...Rate it:

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Lines Written In The Album At Elbingerode, In The Hartz Forest
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
or old romantic goat Sat, his white beard slow waving. I moved on In low and languid mood: for I haRate it:

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Lines Written on the Sea-Coast
Mary Darby Robinson
the bleak summit of yon chalky bourn, With waving handkerchief and lifted hands She hails her darliRate it:

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Lockerbie Street
James Whitcomb Riley
walks, with the sheltering shade Of the trees waving over the long promenade, And littering lightlyRate it:

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Loud Without the Wind Was Roaring
Emily Jane Brontë
wintry brae. But lovelier than corn-fields all waving In emerald, and vermeil, and gold, Are theRate it:

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Love Is.
Nikhil Parekh
lambasted in its Omnipotent belly; irrefutably waving the flag of mesmerizing mankind; for infiniteRate it:

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Madeleine Vercheres
William Henry Drummond
arches the axe of the woodman rang Again in the waving meadows, the sun-browned farmers met And ouRate it:

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Makanna's Gathering
Thomas Pringle
come, ye Chieftains bold, With war-plumes waving high; Come, every warrior young and old, With clubRate it:

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Mamba: (The Bright Eyed) An Aboriginal Reminiscence
George Gordon McCrae
tricked with wild design, And symbol traced in waving line. No limbs more active wore the green Rate it:

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March
Alfred Edward Housman
there, And each will find by hedge or pond Her waving silver-tufted wand. In farm and field thrRate it:

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March Elegy
Anna Akhmatova
against the frosted pane? What hand out there is waving like a branch? By way of reply, in that cobRate it:

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Marmion: Canto V. - The Court
Sir Walter Scott
with faces bare, For vizor they wore none, Nor waving plume, nor crest of knight; But burnished werRate it:

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Memory
Anne Brontë
the sun of summer shone, Green fields and waving woods upon, And soft winds wandered by; AbovRate it:

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Memory
Louisa Stuart Costello
gay and graceful wreaths In many a varied waving line. There tremble on the slender stem Rate it:

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Mentana
Sydney Thompson Dobell
as we run the hamlets run, The little towns are waving in the sun, 'Mentana!' Hark the bells thundeRate it:

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