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A Ballad Of The French Fleet
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
OCTOBER, 1746 MR. THOMAS PRINCE loquitur. A fleet with flags arrayed Sailed from the port of Brest, And the Admiral's ship displayed The si...Rate it

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A Ballad Of The French Fleet. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Fifth)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
A fleet with flags arrayed Sailed from the port of Brest, And the Admiral's ship displayed The signal: 'Steer southwest.' For this Admiral D'Anvill...Rate it

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A Wool Fleet Chorus
Cicely Fox Smith
Fare you well, you Sydney girls, time for us to go! The Peter's at the fore truck, and five thousand bales below, We've a dozen shellbacks forrard,...Rate it

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Fleet Street
Arthur Henry Adams
BENEATH this narrow jostling street, Unruffled by the noise of feet, Like a slow organ-note I hear The pulses of the great world beat. ...Rate it

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Fleet Strother
Ambrose Bierce
What! you were born, you animated doll, Within the shadow of the Capitol? 'Twas always thought (and Bancroft so assures His trusting readers) it wa...Rate it

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Joy Is Fleet
George Meredith
Joy is fleet, Sorrow slow. Love, so sweet, Sorrow will sow. Love, that has flown Ere day's decline, Love to have known, Sorrow, be mine! Rate it

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The People's Fleet
Alfred Noyes
OUT of her darkened fishing-ports they go, A fleet of little ships, whose every name - Daffodil, Sea-lark, Rose and Surf and Snow, Bums in this...Rate it

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The Phantom Fleet
Alfred Noyes
The sunset lingered in the pale green West: In rosy wastes the low soft evening star Woke; while the last white sea-mew sought for rest; And tawny ...Rate it

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The Revenge - A Ballad of the Fleet
Alfred Lord Tennyson
I AT Flores, in the Azores Sir Richard Grenville lay, And a pinnace, like a flutter’d bird, came flying from far away; “Spanish ships of war a...Rate it

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The Stone Fleet
Herman Melville
I have a feeling for those ships, Each worn and ancient one, With great bluff bows, and broad in the beam: Ay, it was unkindly done. But so they se...Rate it

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