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Metro-Land (1973)

Metro-Land (1973) quotes

63 total quotes

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Metro-Land (film, 1973)
Poetry
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View Quote "A Subaltern's Love-song" line 1, from New Bats in Old Belfries (1945).
View Quote "A Subaltern's Love-song" line 43.
View Quote "Business Girls" line 13, from A Few Late Chrysanthemums. In the licorice fields at PontefractMy love and I did meetAnd many a burdened licorice bushWas blooming round our feet
View Quote "Devonshire Street W.1" line 1, from A Few Late Chrysanthemums (1954).
View Quote "Executive" line 1, from A Nip in the Air (1974).
View Quote "Henley-on-Thames", from New Bats in Old Belfries.
View Quote "Hymn", from Mount Zion (1931).
View Quote "In Ireland with Emily" from New Bats in Old Belfries. As beefy ATSWithout their hatsCome shooting through the bridge? The opposite brick-built house looks lofty and calm,Its chimneys steady against the mackerel sky.
View Quote "In Westminster Abbey" line 1, from Old Lights for New Chancels (1940).
View Quote "On a Portrait of a Deaf Man" line 25, from Old Lights for New Chancels.
View Quote "Slough" line 1, from Continual Dew (1937).
View Quote "Sun and Fun — Song of a Night-club Proprietress", from A Few Late Chrysanthemums.
View Quote "The Arrest of Oscar Wilde at the Cadogan Hotel" line 1, from Continual Dew.
View Quote "The Hon. Sec." line 39, from High and Low (1966).
View Quote "The Licorice Fields at Pontefract" from A Few Late Chrysanthemums. I heard the church bells hollowing out the sky.