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1) 3. Unfortunate. VI. Other Poems. Brooke, Rupert. 1916. Collected Poems
...HEART, you are restless as a paper scrap That s tossed down dusty pavements by the wind; Saying, She is most wise, patient and kind. Between the small hands folded...

2) 47800. Sachs, Nelly. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996
...ask those snatched from deathwhere they are going,they are always going to their graves.The pavements of the foreign citywere not laid for the music of fugitive footsteps...

3) 66282. Yeats, William Butler. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996
...hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore;While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements gray,I hear it in the deep heart's core. ATTRIBUTION:William...

4) 10. Starting from Paumanok. Whitman, Walt. 1900. Leaves of Grass
...Well-begotten, and rais d by a perfect mother; After roaming many lands—lover of populous pavements; Dweller in Mannahatta, my city—or on southern savannas; Or a...

5) 241. Death of Longfellow. Specimen Days. Whitman, Walt. 1892. Prose Works
...return d from an old forest haunt, where I love to go occasionally away from parlors, pavements, and the newspapers and magazines—and where, of a clear forenoon,...

6) 65694. Wright, Frances. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996
...of Philadelphia. The neatness and cleanliness of all animate and inanimate things, houses, pavements, and citizens, is not to be surpassed. ATTRIBUTION:Frances Wright...

7) 48. In a Breath. Sandburg, Carl. 1916. Chicago Poems
...their skin and eyes. Inside the playhouse are movies from under the sea. From the heat of pavements and the dust of sidewalks, passers-by go in a breath to be witnesses...

8) 198. Over the Great City by Edward Carpenter. Nicholson & Lee, eds. 1917. The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse
...air, the high clouds brooding, In the lines of street perspective, the lamps, the traffic, The pavements and the innumerable feet upon them, 5 I Am: make no mistake—do...

9) Chapter XXVIII. Part VII. Tolstoy, Leo. 1917. Anna Karenin. Vols. XVI & XVII. Harvard Classics Shelf of Fiction
...now it had not long cleared up. The iron roofs, the flags of the roads, the flints of the pavements, the wheels and leather, the brass and the tinplate of the carriages—all...

10) pavement. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...surfaces in use today are bituminous/asphalt coverings and concrete. Desirable qualities in pavements include durability, smoothness, quietness, ease of cleaning,...

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