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The Rude Wind Is Singing
Percy Bysshe Shelley
The rude wind is singing The dirge of the music dead; The cold worms are clinging Where kisses were lately fed. Rate it

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The South Wind And The Sun
James Whitcomb Riley
O The South Wind and the Sun! How each loved the other one Full of fancy--- full folly-- Full of jollity and fun! How they romped and ran about, Li...Rate it

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The South Wind: A Fisherman's Blessing
Charles Kingsley
O blessed drums of Aldershot! O blessed South-west train! O blessed, blessed Speaker's clock, All prophesying rain! O blessed yaffil, laughing lou...Rate it

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The Sun, The Wind
Leslie Alexis
Each poem is perfect, Yet each is imperfect. For poetry is like the wind. Can you tell wind to blow? Each poem is like the sun. Can you tell sun ...Rate it

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The tree and the Wind
C Castro
I stand here strong this mighty oak, watching my leaves sway as the wind blows. It starts just like a normal day until I decide to test my strengt...Rate it

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The Way Of The Wind
Algernon Charles Swinburne
The wind's way in the deep sky's hollow None may measure, as none can say How the heart in her shows the swallow The wind's way. Hope nor fear c...Rate it

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The West Wind
William Cullen Bryant
Beneath the forest's skirts I rest, Whose branching pines rise dark and high, And hear the breezes of the West Among the threaded foliage sigh. Sw...Rate it

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The Wind
Theodore Harding Rand
The lithe wind races and sings Over the grasses and wheat - See the emerald floor as it springs To the touch of inv...Rate it

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The Wind
Antonio Soler
Nothing is certain; only the thought of being unsure will ever linger deeply & forever in our minds for all new thing eventually turn old. The wi...Rate it

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The Wind
Lucy Maud Montgomery
O, wind! what saw you in the South, In lilied meadows fair and far? I saw a lover kiss his lass New-won beneath the evening star. O, wind! what ...Rate it

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The wind
Karolina Marszałkowska
Several days Here and there again I long for your breath Suffering the pain All the way Shadows of the rain Feelings that remain Powerless King of...Rate it

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The wind
Eugene Field
(THE TALE) Cometh the Wind from the garden, fragrant and full of sweet singing-- Under my tree where I sit cometh the Wind to confession. "Out in...Rate it

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The Wind
Shane Hughes
If I could be anything, I would be the wind. For the wind has no boundries, no beginning, no end. If I could be anything, I would be the wind, beca...Rate it

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The Wind
Mathilde Blind
ACROSS the barren moors the wild, wild wind Went sweeping on, and with his sobs and shrieks Filled the still night, and tore the woof of clouds Thr...Rate it

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The Wind
Dale Raymond
The Wind blows and blows, unpredictably, it comes and goes, from where to where, hardly anyone knows. It blows people into my life. It blows in jo...Rate it

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The Wind
Amy Lowell
He shouts in the sails of the ships at sea, He steals the down from the honeybee, He makes the forest trees rustle and sing, He twirls my kite t...Rate it

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The Wind
Sara Teasdale
A wind is blowing over my soul, I hear it cry the whole night through -- Is there no peace for me on earth Except with you? Alas, the wind has m...Rate it

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The Wind
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
The Wind has a language, I would I could learn: Sometimes 'tis soothing, and sometimes 'tis stern, —Sometimes it comes like a low sweet song, And...Rate it

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The Wind
Kurt Philip Behm
When emptiness replaces memory The wind, —forever ceases to blow (Villanova Pennsylvania: October, 2016)Rate it

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The wind (Haiku)
Isaac Kavik
The winter wind blows The leaves, down the road they roll I want to go homeRate it

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The Wind And The Sea
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I STOOD by the shore at the death of day, As the sun sank flaming red; And the face of the waters that spread away Was as gray as the face of the d...Rate it

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The Wind And The Whirlwind
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
I have a thing to say. But how to say it? I have a cause to plead. But to what ears? How shall I move a world by lamentation, A world which heeded ...Rate it

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The Wind At Night
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
O SUDDEN blast, that through this silence black Sweeps past my windows, Coming and going with invisible track As death or sin does,-- Why scar...Rate it

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The Wind begun to knead the Grass
Emily Dickinson
[first version] The Wind begun to knead the Grass— As Women do a Dough— He flung a Hand full at the Plain— A Hand full at the Sky— The Leaves unho...Rate it

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The wind begun to rock the grass
Emily Dickinson
The wind begun to rock the grass With threatening tunes and low,-- He flung a menace at the earth, A menace at the sky. The leaves unhooked themse...Rate it

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