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Subject: MOBS
Matches Found: 18

A BUSY STREET, by ANNETTE WYNNE    Poem Text                
First Line: All up and down the busy street
Last Line: And that is why they hurry so.
Subject(s): Cities; Collective Behavior; February; Streets; Traffic; Urban Life; Mobs; Crowds; Avenues

BARTLEME FAIR, by GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: While gentlefolks strut in their silver and satins
Last Line: And thus ends the ballad of bartleme fair-o.
Alternate Author Name(s): Stevens, G. A.
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Festivals; Singing & Singers; Mobs; Crowds; Fairs; Pageants

BREATHING, by RUTH STONE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: By day the brook is subsumed
Last Line: Sucked down in its liquid mouth.
Subject(s): Children; Collective Behavior; Noises; Childhood; Mobs; Crowds

CONFESSION, by NORMAN DUBIE    Poem Text             Recitation by Author     Poet's Biography
First Line: The general's men sit at the door. Her eyes
Last Line: It has kept you from loneliness like a mob.
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Corpses; Mobs; Crowds; Cadavers

HOW THE WINNING FOUR WEST HOME, by WILLIAM ROSE BENET    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Superb in pride we strained upon the golden chariot-pole
Last Line: Though slumber takes us—still they talk low-whispering in the ilex walk!
Subject(s): Chariot Racing; Collective Behavior; Competition; Driving & Drivers; Games; Victory; Mobs; Crowds; Recreation; Pastimes; Amusements

LYNCH-LAW, by HARRY HIBBARD KEMP    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The deed he had done was a terrible one
Last Line: At eve, and cut it down.
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Country Life; Death; Lynching; Violence; Mobs; Crowds; Dead, The

MAN, THE MAN-HUNTER, by CARL SANDBURG    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: I saw man, the man-hater
Last Line: The -- son of a bitch.
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Hate; Social Protest; Mobs; Crowds

MUSIC HALL, by NICOLAS BEAUDIN    Poem Text                
First Line: Crowd with alcoholic eyes
Last Line: High evening, bored by the apotheosis.
Subject(s): Bands; Collective Behavior; Music & Musicians; Theater & Theaters; Violins; Orchestras; Mobs; Crowds; Stage Life

THE BROOK: SUMMER, by LAURA ABELL    Poem Text                
First Line: Clustering ferns lie cool
Last Line: Beside the current's murmuring.
Subject(s): Brooks; Collective Behavior; Pleasure; Streams; Creeks; Mobs; Crowds

THE CHEER LEADER, by WILLIAM A. PHELON    Poem Text                
First Line: Arrayed in white, e'en on the coldest day
Last Line: A reigning sovereign, in imperial poise!
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; College Sports; Sports; Mobs; Crowds

THE FINEST DAY OF ONE'S LIFE, by JACQUES BARON    Poem Text                
First Line: Today is as a festive day
Last Line: One can have a good time
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Colors; Festivals; Holidays; Mobs; Crowds; Fairs; Pageants

THREE IS A CROWD, by BELLE RICHARDSON HARRISON    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: The first sweet kiss
Last Line: Come between.
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Kisses; Mobs; Crowds

First Line: In times like these, when widows, orphans weep
Last Line: Glow at a smile and sicken at a frown!
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Fire; Riots; Tyranny & Tyrants; Mobs; Crowds

TO A MOB, by ROBERT N. PERRY JR.    Poem Text                
First Line: A howling crowd possessed of one wild thought
Last Line: And cursed its giver who before it stood.
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Mobs; Crowds

TUMULT, by JOHN HALL WHEELOCK    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: You came -- and like a stormy wind your love
Last Line: In troubled multitude, broken and blind.
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Storms; Mobs; Crowds

UNHAPPY BOSTON, by PAUL REVERE    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: Unhappy boston! See thy sons deplore
Last Line: Shall reach a judge who never can be bribed.
Subject(s): Boston Massacre; Collective Behavior; Social Protest; U.s. - History; Mobs; Crowds

WHITE CONDUIT HOUSE, by WILLIAM WOTY    Poem Text                
First Line: Wished sunday's come: mirth brightens every face
Last Line: So long, white conduit house, shall be thy fame.'
Subject(s): Collective Behavior; Food & Eating; Houses; Restaurants; Waiters And Waitresses; Mobs; Crowds; Cafes; Diners

WINDOWS, by BERTON BRALEY    Poem Text                 Poet's Biography
First Line: We're livin' out here in the country now
Last Line: Where I watched as the world went by.
Subject(s): Cities; Collective Behavior; Streets; Windows; Urban Life; Mobs; Crowds; Avenues