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No Foe Shall Gather Our Harvest
Dame Mary Gilmore
Sons of the mountains of Scotland, Welshmen of coomb and defile, Breed of the moors of England, Children of Erin's green isle, We stand four square...Rate it

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Gather Mine
Kevin Anderson
Don't play with my emotions Don't rock the boat in the middle of the ocean Don't check my pockets for your next success Don't play with my paper do...Rate it

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Clouds Gather
Inge Meldgaard
Stillness, then whispering before the morning storm, when rain of silver beats upon brown earth.Rate it

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Come Gather Round Me, Parnellites
William Butler Yeats
COME gather round me, Parnellites, And praise our chosen man; Stand upright on your legs awhile, Stand upright while you can, For soon we lie where...Rate it

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Gather my Thoughts
Jim Fogle
Gather my thoughts Walk in silence, smiling Though alone I stand, gather my thoughts Enter the dark Step back, ailing Nowhere to turn Though alone...Rate it

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Gather The Harvest
Thomas OHagan
Gather the harvest though reaped in death, Under the pale, pale moon; For the lilies that joyed in the breath of morn Shall know not the ardor of n...Rate it

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Gather Tiger Lilies
Wallace Dean LaBenne
Create an exciting life. Listen to your heart. Take some chances to pursue the joy dreams impart. Proudly disclose your talents: sing, write, pain...Rate it

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Gather Violets O Narcissus
Habba Khatoon
Rain has come, and fields and fruit trees sing, Spring has come, and Love, the Lord of Spring, Dandelions have lifted up their faces, Cold has gone...Rate it

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I Gather Motley Flowers
Mikhail Alekseevich Kuzmin
I gather motley flowers And braid, braid a garland, Sharp spears fall At your victorious feet. The sisters turn spindles And spin, spin yarn. Wild...Rate it

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O Gather Me the Rose
William Ernest Henley
O gather me the rose, the rose, While yet in flower we find it, For summer smiles, but summer goes, And winter waits behind it. For with the dr...Rate it

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