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  • Your Shadow
    From Swindon out to White Horse Hill
    I walked, in morning rain,
    And saw your shadow lying there.
    As clear and plain...
  • You That Were
    You that were
    Half my life ere life was mine;
    You that on my shape the sign
    Set of yours;...
  • Wonder
    Following upon the faint wind's fickle courses
    A feather drifts and strays.
    My thought after her thought
    Floated-how many ways and days!...
  • Wisdom And A Mother
    Why, mourner, do you mourn, nor see
    The heavenly Earth's felicity?

    I mourn for him, my Dearest, lost,...
  • Wilder Music
    Came the same cuckoo's cry
    All day across the mead.
    Flitted the butterfly
    All day dittering over my head....
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Light 103 Dark 94 Wind 84 Night 76 Thought 61 Bright 59 I Love You 58 Love 58 White 55 Green 55


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Fulllife_ebooks: john freeman loked back and saw gordon get steppd on by the next boss and he was mad and angry.
Fulllife_ebooks: john freeman got on his motorcycl and said "its time for me to live up to my family name and face full life consequences" so he had to go.
Fulllife_ebooks: john freeman looked around the countrysides and said "its a good day to do what has to be done by me and help my brother to defeat the enemys"
Fulllife_ebooks: john freeman who is gordon freemans brother has to do what has to be done and help gordon freemen defeat the enemys
Fulllife_ebooks: "these birds dont have to see gordon freeman yet. its not time." john freeman said to him.
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Night-Scene In Genoa
 by Felicia Dorothea Hemans

In Genoa, when the sunset gave
Its last warm purple to the wave,
No sound of war, no voice of fear,
Was heard, announcing danger near:
Though deadliest foes were there, whose hate
But slumber'd till its hour of fate,
Yet calmly, at the twilight's close,
Sunk the wide city to repose.
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