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The Impeccable air
Nikhil Parekh
When I study the softness and true intimacy of the air, It encapsulates my mind with an altruistic blare. The velvety touch, the shadowy grace, H...Rate it

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The Lass With The Delicate Air
John Clare
Timid and smiling, beautiful and shy, She drops her head at every passer bye. Afraid of praise she hurries down the streets And turns away from eve...Rate it

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The Lily Has An Air
Christina Georgina Rossetti
The lily has an air, And the snowdrop a grace, And the sweetpea a way, And the heartsease a face, - Yet there's nothing like the rose When she...Rate it

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The Limavady Air
Liam Ó Comáin
As a travelling fiddler played away A local lady, Miss Jane Ross, copied An air to be later miss-named as 'The Derry Air' or 'The Londonderry Air'...Rate it

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The Rolling Air
Mario William Vitale
The Rolling Air Thy voice is on the rolling air; I hear thee where the waters run; Thou stand out in the rising sun, And in the setting thou ar...Rate it

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The Spirit of Air
Walter de la Mare
Coral and clear emerald, And amber from the sea, Lilac-coloured amethyst, Chalcedony; The lovely Spirit of Air Floats on a cloud and doth ride...Rate it

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The Spoken Air
Kurt Philip Behm
Thoughts inflame as feelings stir, words simmering yet to boil Unspoken sparks drift through the night, a pyre still to fan As heat restores the h...Rate it

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The Tune Of Air.
Nikhil Parekh
The mystic tune of melodious air, Shimmering brightly in perennial softness, With breaths of insatiable desire, Like a golden harp beside me, ...Rate it

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The Wedding Dance In The Open Air
William Carlos Williams
Disciplined by the artist to go round and round in holiday gear a riotously gay rabble of peasants and their ample-bottomed doxies fills the mark...Rate it

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There is warmth in the air
Inge Meldgaard
The magnolia blooms, the rains of September fall; sweet joy of Springtime.Rate it

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Thrice Toss Those Oaken Ashes In The Air
Thomas Campion
Thrice toss those oaken ashes in the air; Thrice sit thou mute in this enchanted chair; Then thrice three times tie up this true love's knot, And m...Rate it

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To Come Up For Air
I’m a leaf stuck against a rock drowning in the river Water is rushing past me, pushing me tightly to the stone How can I escape? When will the w...Rate it

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To Henry, Written to a Russian Air
Amelia Opie
How I hail this morn's appearing! It will thee, my love, restore: Safety danger past endearing, Sure we meet to part no more! Fame is thine, lo! c...Rate it

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To Light The Spoken Air
Kurt Philip Behm
Thoughts inflame as feelings stir Words simmering yet to boil Unspoken sparks drift through the night A pyre still to burn Delphian in its natura...Rate it

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To the Air of Lorelei
James Clerk Maxwell
I. Alone on a hillside of heather, I lay with dark thoughts in my mind, In the midst of the beautiful weather I was deaf, I was dumb, I was blind....Rate it

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To-- Oh! there are spirits of the air
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Dakrysi Dioisw Potmon Apotmon Oh! there are spirits of the air, And genii of the evening breeze, And gentle ghosts, with eyes as fair As star-beam...Rate it

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Variations of an Air
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Old King Cole Was a merry old soul And a merry old soul was he He called for his pipe and he called for his bowl and he called for his fiddlers t...Rate it

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Voices of the Air
Katherine Mansfield
But then there comes that moment rare When, for no cause that I can find, The little voices of the air Sound above all the sea and wind. The sea a...Rate it

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We Watched The Air
Ian Sawicki
All the dreams we entertained with laughter, they seem so close now as feathers wrap us in gentle colours; merged bright beautiful passions and swe...Rate it

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You and Yellow Air
John Shaw Neilson
YOU, AND YELLOW AIR by John Shaw Neilson I dream of an old kissing-time And the flowered follies there; In the dim place of cherry-trees, O...Rate it

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