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Song of the Sea-Wind
Lucy Maud Montgomery
When the sun sets over the long blue wave I spring from my couch of rest, And I hurtle and boom over leagues of foam That toss in the weltering we...Rate it

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Sonnet XLIV: Cloud and Wind
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Love, should I fear death most for you or me? Yet if you die, can I not follow you, Forcing the straits of change? Alas! but who Shall wrest a bond...Rate it

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South Wind
Siegfried Sassoon
Where have you been, South Wind, this May-day morning,— With larks aloft, or skimming with the swallow, Or with blackbirds in a green, sun-glinte...Rate it

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South-West Wind In The Woodland
George Meredith
The silence of preluded song - AEolian silence charms the woods; Each tree a harp, whose foliaged strings Are waiting for the master's touch To...Rate it

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Spitting In The Wind
Kurt Philip Behm
Death is not a failing —only its denial (Dreamsleep: December, 2019)Rate it

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Spring Wind in London
Katherine Mansfield
I Blow across the stagnant world, I blow across the sea, For me, the sailor's flag unfurled, For me, the uprooted tree. My challenge to the world i...Rate it

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Storm-Wind
Boris Pasternak
I am finished, but you live on. And the wind, crying and moaning, rocks the house and the clearing, not each pine alone, but all the trees together...Rate it

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Subway Wind
Claude McKay
Far down, down through the city's great, gaunt gut, The gray train rushing bears the weary wind; In the packed cars the fans the crowd's breath c...Rate it

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Summer Wind
William Cullen Bryant
It is a sultry day; the sun has drank The dew that lay upon the morning grass, There is no rustling in the lofty elm That canopies my dwelling, ...Rate it

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That Wind I Used to Hear it Swelling
Emily Jane Brontë
That wind I used to hear it swelling With joy divinely deep You might have seen my hot tears welling But rapture made me weep I used to love on w...Rate it

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The Autumn Wind
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I. HUSH, moaning autumn wind! be still, be still! Thy grieving voice forbiddeth hearts to rest; We hear thee sweeping down the lonely hill, And...Rate it

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The Beckoning Wind
Kurt Philip Behm
The road is your only companion When the memories won’t kill you —but the lingering will (Highway 93 Lolo Montana: September, 1990)Rate it

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The Coming Wind
Kurt Philip Behm
Organizing each word unpenned, I gave myself to rhyme And offered up my humble skills in thankfulness sublime Each one a treasure unto me, with...Rate it

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The Dawn Wind
Rudyard Kipling
The Fifteenth Century At two o'clock in the morning, if you open your window and listen, You will hear the feet of the Wind that is going to call...Rate it

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The Desert Wind
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
I went with happy heart (how happy!) a while since Behind my camel flocks, Piping all day where the Nile pastures end And the white sand begins Amo...Rate it

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The Evening Wind
William Cullen Bryant
Spirit that breathest through my lattice, thou That cool'st the twilight of the sultry day, Gratefully flows thy freshness round my brow: Thou hast...Rate it

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The Gypsy and the Wind
Federico García Lorca
Playing her parchment moon Precosia comes along a watery path of laurels and crystal lights. The starless silence, fleeing from her rhythmic tambou...Rate it

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The Idle Wind
Gamaliel Bradford
The idle wind blows all the day. I wish it blew my care away. The idle wind blows all day long And weaves a burden to my song Upon the melancholy f...Rate it

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The Message Of The March Wind
William Morris
Fair now is the springtide, now earth lies beholding With the eyes of a lover, the face of the sun; Long lasteth the daylight, and hope is enfoldin...Rate it

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The Message Of The Wind
Harriet Monroe
The wind comes riding down from heaven. Ho! wind of heaven, what do you bring? Cool for the dawn, dew for the even, And every sweetest thing. O w...Rate it

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The midnight wind
Nighttiger
Melodies sprinkle oft on twilight breezes Dancing spirits somewhere among the dead The dream catchers also waltz about As the midnight wind sifts h...Rate it

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The Night - Wind
Emily Jane Brontë
In summer's mellow midnight, A cloudless moon shone through Our open parlour window, And rose-trees wet with dew. I sat in silent musing; The sof...Rate it

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The North Wind
Kurt Philip Behm
Killer of dreams —the moment says goodbye (Pine Ridge South Dakota: July, 2009)Rate it

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The North Wind
Anne Brontë
That wind is from the North, I know it well; No other breeze could have so wild a swell. Now deep and loud it thunders round my cell, ...Rate it

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The Rain and the Wind
William Ernest Henley
The rain and the wind, the wind and the rain -- They are with us like a disease: They worry the heart, they work the brain, As they shoulder and cl...Rate it

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