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BOUND
Hubbs
If you judge me by my cover you will never be able to read me The fact is you will lie, bury, and then shelve me where I do not belong Yet I am ep...Rate it

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Bound
Aline Murray Kilmer
If I had loved you, soon, ah, soon I had lost you. Had I been kind you had kissed me and gone your faithless way. The kiss that I would not give is...Rate it

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Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyl
John Greenleaf Whittier
To the Memory of the Household It Describes This Poem is Dedicated by the Author: "As the Spirits of Darkness be stronger in the dark, so Good Spi...Rate it

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Bound For California
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
With buoyant heart he left his home for that bright wond’rous land Where gold ore gleams in countless mines, and gold dust strews the sand; And you...Rate it

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Bound for Sourabaya!
Charles Henry Souter
OH, the moon shines bright, and we sail to-night, And we’re bound for Sourabaya! So it’s ‘Farewell, Jane!’ for we’re off again With the ...Rate it

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Bound for the Lord-Knows-Where
Henry Lawson
'Where are you going with your horse and bike, And the townsfolk still at rest? Where are you going, with your swag and pack, And the night still i...Rate it

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Bound for your distant home
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
Bound for your distant home you were leaving alien lands. In an hour as sad as I’ve known I wept over your hands. My hands were numb and cold, stil...Rate it

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Bound—a trouble
Emily Dickinson
Bound—a trouble— And lives can bear it! Limit—how deep a bleeding go! So—many—drops—of vital scarlet— Deal with the soul As with Algebra! Tell it ...Rate it

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From "Snow-Bound," 11:1-40, 116-154
John Greenleaf Whittier
The sun that brief December day Rose cheerless over hills of gray, And, darkly circled, gave at noon A sadder light than waning moon. Slow tracing ...Rate it

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Heaven bound
Ronnie L Ponder
If you visit The Church I go You'll find me there on the first Pew You'll hear some loud amens As I hear God's words You may even hear me singin...Rate it

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Homeward Bound
Sir Henry Newbolt
After long labouring in the windy ways, On smooth and shining tides Swiftly the great ship glides, Her storms forgot, her weary watches past; North...Rate it

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Homeward Bound
Henry Van Dyke
Home, for my heart still calls me; Home, through the danger zone; Home, whatever befalls me, I will sail again to my own! Wolves of the sea are h...Rate it

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Inevitably And Bound To
Nikhil Parekh
When two pairs of lips came in close proximity; they were inevitably bound to; either compassionately smooched each other; or stab each other with ...Rate it

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Night-Bound.
Robert Crawford
Comes the night that brings me rest, Comes the dark that folds me in This of all my nights the best, Nights of virtue, nights of sin. I can hear a ...Rate it

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Outward Bound
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
OUT upon the unknown deep, Where the unheard oceans sound, Where the unseen islands sleep,-- Outward bound. Following towards the silent west ...Rate it

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Outward Bound
Sir Henry Newbolt
Dear Earth, near Earth, the clay that made us men, The land we sowed, The hearth that glowed--- O Mother, must we bid farewell to thee? Fast dawns ...Rate it

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Outward Bound
Charles Harpur
Away, away she plunges, With her white sails o’er her spread, Like the sheety clouds that gather On some great hill’s piny head. Still aw...Rate it

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Outward Bound
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
I leave behind me the elm-shadowed square And carven portals of the silent street, And wander on with listless, vagrant feet Through seaward-lea...Rate it

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Shall I Go Bound And You Go Free?
Padraic Colum
SHALL I go bound and you go free, And love one so removed from me? Not so; the falcon o'er my brow Hath better quest, I dare avow! And must I run ...Rate it

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The Hell-Bound Train
Anonymous Americas
A Texas cowboy lay down on a barroom floor, Having drunk so much he could drink no more; So he fell asleep with a troubled brain To dream that he r...Rate it

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To A Lady, Who Presented The Author With The Velvet Band Which Bound Her Tresses
George Gordon Lord Byron
This Band, which bound thy yellow hair, Is mine, sweet girl! Thy pledge of love; It claims my warmest, dearest care, Like relics left of saints abo...Rate it

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