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CLASSIC OF POETRY: 65. 'MILLET LUSH', by UNKNOWN    Poem Source                
First Line: There the millet is lush
Last Line: What man is this?
Subject(s): China - Early Period (to 200 B.c.); Loitering

EVENING BY THE SEA, by SILAS WEIR MITCHELL    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: With noble waste of lazy hours
Last Line: The dear old comrade tried.
Subject(s): Loitering; Moon

SONNET IN PRAISE OF TACT, by WILLIAM MCFEE    Poem Text                
First Line: Earth hath not anything to show more fair,' said wordsworth
Last Line: The trolley cars upon the jersey shore.
Subject(s): Loitering; New York City; Police; Manhattan; New York, New York; The Big Apple

THE LOITERER, by LEXIE DEAN ROBERTSON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I took a little wandering road
Last Line: When I had reached the sky.
Subject(s): Loitering