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Doors Lock
Kurt Philip Behm
Stripped of his future, outrunning his past The doors locked within him —first to the last (Dreamsleep: December, 2019)Rate it

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Doors of Daring
Henry Van Dyke
The mountains that enfold the vale With walls of granite, steep and high, Invite the fearless foot to scale Their stairway toward the sky. The re...Rate it

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Dusty Doors
Carl Sandburg
Child of the Aztec gods, how long must we listen here, how long before we go? The dust is deep on the lintels. The dust is dark on the doors. ...Rate it

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Out o'Doors
Lucy Maud Montgomery
There's a gypsy wind across the harvest land, Let us fare forth with it lightly hand in hand; Where cloud shadows blow across the sunwarm waste, An...Rate it

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Shut Not Your Doors, &c.
Walt Whitman
SHUT not your doors to me, proud libraries, For that which was lacking on all your well-fill'd shelves, yet needed most, I bring; Fo...Rate it

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The House Of Dust: Part 03: 13: The half-shut doors through which we heard that music
Conrad Potter Aiken
The half-shut doors through which we heard that music Are softly closed. Horns mutter down to silence. The stars whirl out, the night grows deep. ...Rate it

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The Lantern out of Doors
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Sometimes a lantern moves along the night, That interests our eyes. And who goes there? I think; where from and bound, I wonder, where, With, al...Rate it

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The Narrow Doors
Fannie Stearns Davis
The Wide Door into Sorrow Stands open night and day. With head held high and dancing feet I pass it on my way. I never tread within it, I never tu...Rate it

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