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A Brown Study
Edith Nesbit
a brown speck, he is rising Against the clear windy sky-dome; And he sings--how I know? Love instRate it:

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A Duet
Thomas Sturge Moore
with a tear, Cloudless eyes, blue eyes so windy clear----' 'O look at me!' 'Kisses sadly blRate it:

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A Fallen Leaf
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
of vivid red, That quivers in the sun; A windy gust, a grave of dust, The little race is run. Rate it:

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A Folk Song
Jessie Mackay
But O, the pity! I had but a morn of windy red To come to the town where you were bred, ARate it:

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A Haunting Memory
Lizette Woodworth Reese
his cows along, Strode whistling through the windy grass; The little pool the shrubs among Lay likRate it:

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A High-Toned Old Christian Woman
Wallace Stevens
conscience is converted into palms, Like windy citherns hankering for hymns. We agree in principle.Rate it:

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A Letter From the Trenches to a School Friend
Charles Hamilton Sorley
fall, Of battle hate and battle joy By the old windy walls of Troy. They felt that they were unrealRate it:

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A November Night
Sara Teasdale
take hands and let us dance About it in a windy ring and make A circle round it only theyRate it:

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A Postcard From The Volcano
Wallace Stevens
mansion house, Beyond our gate and the windy sky Cries out a literate despair. We knew for longRate it:

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A Prayer For My Daughter
William Butler Yeats
can, though every face should scowl And every windy quarter howl Or every bellows burst, be happy SRate it:

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A Request
Lucy Maud Montgomery
would that ye make my bed On that low-lying, windy waste by the sea, Where the silvery grasses rustRate it:

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A Ring Posy
Christina Georgina Rossetti
girls, Plump and well to do, In a cloud of windy curls: Yet I know who Loves me more than curls or Rate it:

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A Royal Princess
Christina Georgina Rossetti
and sets, but music had a fall, A melancholy windy fall as at a funeral. Amid the toss of torches Rate it:

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A Song Of Winds
Roderic Quinn
and wrecked replies, Of trees blown down on the windy ridges, And stormy shoutings, and tempest criRate it:

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A weathered skeleton
Matsuo Basho
A weathered skeleton in windy fields of memory, piercing like a knife Rate it:

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A Winter Daybreak
Anne Glenny Wilson
wildly, sweetly blow. The cock crows in the windy winter morn, Then must I rise and fling the curtRate it:

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A Word
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
hiss of shavings drifted deep along the windy floor; The heat browned toiler's crooning song, the hRate it:

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A Year’s Windfalls
Christina Georgina Rossetti
ends How pleasant it will be! In the wind of windy March The catkins drop down, Curly, caterpillarRate it:

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A Zacinto
Ugo Foscolo
it as a barefoot child, or see you waver in the windy reach of goddess-bearing sea. You were the isRate it:

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Coral Atlas
my, this porch is so creaky n' tis oft' windy as well n' our chair rocks so slowly as tolls the disRate it:

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Address ToThe Devil
Robert Burns
the boortrees comin, Wi' heavy groan. Ae dreary, windy, winter night, The stars shot down wi' sklenRate it:

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Adventure of a Poet
Robert Fuller Murray
I can well remember how I used to stand On windy days and hold my hat, And idly turn To read 'Rate it:

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After the Hunt
Henry Kendall
Underneath the windy mountain walls Forth we rode, an eager band, By the surges and the verges and the gorges, Till the night was on the ...Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto I
Arthur Hugh Clough
Over the great windy waters, and over the clear-crested summits, Unto the sun and the sky, and unto the perfecter earth, Come, let us go,--to a l...Rate it:

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An Athenian Reverie
Archibald Lampman
the stout ship, All the tense labour with the windy sea, The cloud-wrapped heights of Crete, beheldRate it:

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