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Emeralds - Bear's Den

There are emeralds in the moon glow The storms raging through my mind Just a whisper in the shadows And I fell into the night Won't you let me out? Won't you let me out? No I tried so hard ...

In The Skies - Peter Green Play

... its glow The sun and moon are shadowed By the everlasting day When i reach up my hand To the loving son of man The bread of life will keep my soul alive There's a place where rivers flow in the street ...

Emerald Forest And The Blackbird - Swallow The Sun Play

... will hurt you here. You are almost home my little angel, I will lead you through. Night creatures, unicorns and white owls, treasures hidden in the emerald glow. Green light on the white altar and the black throne, choirs of ancients ...

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Where Are You Going - The Jokerr

... And now we're climbing up a waterfall, laughing in the snow Gathering the emeralds in our basket as we go Sleeping in the catacombs, like a vat of bones, and keeping our composure There's a canopy of clouds, and a long embedded valley ...

The Diamond as Big as the Ritz - F. Scott Fitzgerald

... upsets mother and the girls, and there's always the chance that some time we won't be able to arrange it." Shreds and tatters of chinchilla, courtesy clouds in the green moon's heaven, were passing the green moon like precious Eastern ...

Compensation (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... of Time are black and white, Pied with morning and with night. Mountain tall and ocean deep Trembling balance duly keep. In changing moon, in tidal wave, Glows the feud of Want and Have. Gauge of more and less through ...

Marmion - Canto Fourth - The Camp - Sir Walter Scott

... tugg?d to war; And there were Borthwick?s Sisters Seven, And culverins which France had given. Ill-omen?d gift! the guns remain The conqueror?s spoil on Flodden plain. 560 XXVIII. Nor mark?d they less, where in the air A thousand streamers flaunted ...

The Mistress of Vision - Francis Thompson

... were most red, for she dipt them in her heart. VI There was never moon, Save the white sufficing woman: Light most heavenly-human-- Like the unseen form of sound, Sensed invisibly in tune,-- With a sun-deriv-ed stole Did ...

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Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 4.3) - Richard F. Burton

... every taste conjoins; in her are found * Gifts which for          queen of fruits the Quince have crowned Her taste is wine, her scent the waft of musk; * Pure gold her          hue, her shape the Moon's fair round. Then ...

Come Back Home - Lisa Loeb Play

... home Where the blue lights glow, and The red ones glow 'til tomorrow yeah now. Come back home Where the three purple moons They set in the bottom of the water yeah now. You know that I've been there, and ...

Purgatory (Canto. 29) - Dante Alighieri

... sound "Hosanna." Above, their beauteous garniture Flam'd with more ample lustre, than the moon Through cloudless sky at midnight in her full. I turn'd me full of wonder to my guide; And he did answer with a ...

OEnone - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... , All earth and air seem only burning fire." 1833 There is a dale in Ida, lovelier Than any in old Ionia, beautiful With emerald slopes of sunny sward, that lean Above the loud glenriver, which hath worn A path thro' steepdown granite ...

Timbuctoo - Alfred Lord Tennyson

... light Grew thrillingly distinct and keen. I saw The smallest grain that dappled the dark Earth, The indistinctest atom in deep air, The Moon's white cities, and the opal width Of her small glowing lakes, her silver heights Unvisited with dew ...

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Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 2) - Richard F. Burton

... copper thou must set half a drachm of that which is in this paper, and the whole ten will presently become unalloyed virgin gold;" presently adding, "O my son, O Hasan, there are in this paper three ounces,[FN#22] Egyptian measure, and ...

Arabian Nights, Vol. 8 (Chap. 5) - Richard F. Burton

...          brightness gladding all men's eyne: Like stars the blossoms sparkle when the boughs * Are clad in          foliage dight with sheen and shine." There likewise were plums and cherries and grapes, that the sick of all diseases assain and do away ...

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