Famous Poems' Last Lines II

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Can you name the poems based on their last lines (part II)?

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'But there is no joy in Mudville - mighty Casey has struck out.'
'Slouches toward Bethlehem to be born?'
'And miles to go before I sleep.'
'I shall but better love thee after death.'
'Fled is that music--do I wake or sleep?'
'The garland briefer than a girl's.'
'Till human voices wake us and we drown.'
'And dances with the daffodils.'
'chickens.'
'I stop somewhere waiting for you.'
'Rage, rage, against the dying of the light.'
'They danced by the light of the moon.'
'And death shalt be no more; death, thou shalt die.'
'Die soon.'
'But only God can make a tree.'
'Pro patria mori'
'To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield'
'If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?'
'To live with me, and be my love.'
'in my dreams you walk dripping from a sea-journey on the highway across America in tears to the door of my cottage in the Western night'

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