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The Wind Blew Shrill And Smart
Robert Louis Stevenson
THE wind blew shrill and smart, And the wind awoke my heart Again to go a-sailing o'er the sea, To hear the cordage moan And the straining timbers ...Rate it

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the wind blows
Joe fritz
As the wind blows through a valley of dandelions It creates a flow much like the ocean, Waves crashing upon one another In a sea of green and...Rate it

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The Wind Blows
Raul Dieppa
The wind blows across the dusty lot... There are no sounds outside... The children are not laughing, The birds are not chirping... Even the wind bl...Rate it

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The Wind Crys Mario
Mario William Vitale
The wind crys Mario to far off places above a mere notion of beauty with the flight of angelic wings sweet sentiments of charity deep inside of me ...Rate it

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The Wind didn't come from the Orchard—today
Emily Dickinson
The Wind didn't come from the Orchard—today— Further than that— Nor stop to play with the Hay— Nor joggle a Hat— He's a transitive fellow—very— Rel...Rate it

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The wind from the West
Edward Young
Blow high, blow low, O wind from the West; You come from the country I love the best. O say have the lilies Yet lifted their heads Above th...Rate it

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The Wind Has Such A Rainy Sound
Christina Georgina Rossetti
The wind has such a rainy sound Moaning through the town, The sea has such a windy sound, - Will the ships go down? The apples in the orchard ...Rate it

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The Wind in the Hemlock
Sara Teasdale
Steely stars and moon of brass, How mockingly you watch me pass! You know as well as I how soon I shall be blind to stars and moon, Deaf to the win...Rate it

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The Wind Is Without There And Howls In The Trees
Robert Louis Stevenson
THE wind is without there and howls in the trees, And the rain-flurries drum on the glass: Alone by the fireside with elbows on knees I can number ...Rate it

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The Wind O' Death.
Robert Crawford
Oh! we hae a' to die, dear, We're a' to gang awa'; We, when Death's wind blows by, dear, Like apples hae to fa'; Howe'er we may be clinging, Be gre...Rate it

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The Wind Of March
John Greenleaf Whittier
Up from the sea, the wild north wind is blowing Under the sky's gray arch; Smiling, I watch the shaken elm-boughs, knowing It is the wind of March....Rate it

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The Wind of My Heart
Andrea Alexandria Rodriguez
I can smell him on my shoulder, feel his kisses on my neck I can hear his boyish laughter, and see the dimple in his cheek I can feel his smooth co...Rate it

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The Wind of Sorrow
Henry Van Dyke
The fire of love was burning, yet so low That in the dark we scarce could see its rays, And in the light of perfect-placid days Nothing but smoulde...Rate it

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The Wind Speaks
Alfred Austin
``In the depth of Night, on the heights of Day, Would you know where I rest or roam? In vain will you search, for I nowhere stay, And the Universe ...Rate it

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The Wind Swept Over Sea
Mamicha
Like a lightening bolt over land In the darkness of the sky The deep blue ocean full of motion and character The huge swells moving along From sea ...Rate it

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The Wind That Blew
Mario William Vitale
The Wind That Blew The wind started to blow It was a col breeze So peacefully the wind blew Everybody and all the trees felt the breeze It wa...Rate it

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The Wind That Blows Cold
Donald Loudon
The wind that blows cold, over all the land, Takes with it all the sod and the sand; Leaves nothing but the barren ground, With nothing around, not...Rate it

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The Wind That Left My Eyes
Sage Wrobel
I fell in love with the most amazing guy I was dumb enough to tell him goodbye He made me smile Even though my clothes were out of style He made m...Rate it

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The Wind that Shakes the Barley
Katharine Tynan
There's music in my heart all day, I hear it late and early, It comes from fields are far away, The wind that shakes the barley. Above the uplands...Rate it

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The Wind To Know
Kurt Philip Behm
Lost in the miles, lost in the smiles, the road calls out my name Throttle in hand, a beckoning land, no two days then the same Direction unmappe...Rate it

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The wind trapped like a tired man,
Emily Dickinson
The wind tapped like a tired man, And like a host, 'Come in,' I boldly answered; entered then My residence within A rapid, footless guest, To offe...Rate it

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The Wind was Rough which Tore
Emily Jane Brontë
The wind was rough which tore That leaf from its parent tree The fate was cruel which bore The withering corpse to me We wander on we have no r...Rate it

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The Wind Whispers Forever
Kurt Philip Behm
If you live your life fully, death approaches as a friend If you’ve risked it all, holding nothing back, his greeting will not offend If you...Rate it

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The Wind's Breath
Ian Sawicki
Alone this spirit wanders drabs which linger on edges of slabs: cold-grey they whisper sanity into secret realms; vanity. Reckless thought flutter...Rate it

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The Wind's Breath Finds A Face
Ian Sawicki
Alone this spirit wanders drabs which linger on edges of slabs: cold-grey they whisper sanity into secret realms; vanity. Reckless thought flutter...Rate it

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