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Subject: MARTINS
Matches Found: 4

MARTINS, by JEREMY REED    Poem Source                
First Line: Shrill interjections at twilight
Last Line: Catching their fast, frenetic loop, %and the trees massive, black, as though mourning
Subject(s): Martins

SONGS ON THE VOICES OF BIRDS; SAND MARTINS, by JEAN INGELOW    Poem Source                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I passed an inland-cliff precipitate
Last Line: Gossip, how wags the world? Well, gossip, well
Subject(s): Gossip; Martins

THE MARTIN, by LOREN H. B. KNOX    Poem Text                
First Line: I caught a baby martin
Last Line: Where first its wings were tried.
Subject(s): Martins

THE MARTINS IN THE CHURCH-TOWER, by AUGUSTA DAVIES WEBSTER    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: We build our nests in the old church-tower
Last Line: In the old church-tower where the martins dwell.
Alternate Author Name(s): Home, Cecil; Webster, Mrs. Julia Augusta
Subject(s): Churches; Martins; Cathedrals