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Interior
Carl Sandburg
In the cool of the night time The clocks pick off the points And the mainsprings loosen. They will need winding. One of these days they will n...Rate it

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Interior
Padraic Colum
THE little moths are creeping Across the cottage pane; On the floor the chickens gather, And they make talk and complain. And she sits by the fire...Rate it

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Interior
William Ernest Henley
The gaunt brown walls Look infinite in their decent meanness. There is nothing of home in the noisy kettle, The fulsome fire. The atmosphere Sugge...Rate it

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Interior
Dorothy Parker
Her mind lives in a quiet room, A narrow room, and tall, With pretty lamps to quench the gloom And mottoes on the wall. There all the things are w...Rate it

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Interior
Harold Hart Crane
It sheds a shy solemnity, This lamp in our poor room. O grey and gold amenity, -- Silence and gentle gloom! Wide from the world, a stolen hour We ...Rate it

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A Dutch Interior
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
They were poor, and by their cabin, Pale want sat at the door; And the summer to their harvest Brought insufficient store. On one side...Rate it

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Final Soliloquy of the Interior Paramour
Wallace Stevens
Light the first light of evening, as in a room In which we rest and, for small reason, think The world imagined is the ultimate good. This is, th...Rate it

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In The Garden III: An Interior
Edward Dowden
THE grass around my limbs is deep and sweet; Yonder the house has lost its shadow wholly, The blinds are dropped, and softly now and slowly The ...Rate it

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Interior of a Moorish Palace
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Hamooda holds a feast to-night — Fill ye the lamps with fragrant light ; Burn, in the twilight's dewy time, The mastic, rosemary, and thyme; An...Rate it

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Interior Portrait
Rainer Maria Rilke
You don't survive in me because of memories; nor are you mine because of a lovely longing's strength. What does make you present is the ardent det...Rate it

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London Interior
Harold Monro
Autumn is in the air, The children are playing everywhere. One dare not open this old door too wide; It is so dark inside. The hall smells of dust...Rate it

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Venetian Interior
Elinor Morton Wylie
Allegra, rising from her canopied dreams, Slides both white feet across the slanted beams Which lace the peacock jalousies: behold An idol of fi...Rate it

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