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We've found 130 poems for exchange:


In Exchange For His Soul!
Isabella Valancy Crawford
for wanton lips and heart Most false, thy soul exchange!' Rate it:

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Sonnet 35 - If I leave all for thee, wilt thou exchange
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
XXXV If I leave all for thee, wilt thou exchange And be all to me? Shall I never miss Home-talk and blessing and the common kiss That comes to eac...Rate it:

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A Fair Exchange
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Would you be much impressed, my dear, Now you've adopted shorts, If males like me came dressed, my dear, In skirts, to divers sports? With gussets,...Rate it:

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Love's Exchange
John Donne
LOVE, any devil else but you Would for a given soul give something too. At court your fellows every day Give th' art of rhyming, huntsmanship, or ...Rate it:

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The Exchange
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I strove to act the man---in vain! We had exchanged our hearts indeed. Rate it:

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The Exchange
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
THE stones in the streamlet I make my bright pillow, And open my arms to the swift-rolling billow, That lovingly hastens to fall on my breast. The...Rate it:

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The Cock And The Bull
Charles Stuart Calverley
given for same By way o’ chop, swop, barter or exchange — ‘Chop’ was my snickering dandiprat’s own Rate it:

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War Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
up a tree; But the Melbourne Stock exchange 'As swore to set 'er free. Does the German caitiff BuilRate it:

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A Prison gets to be a friend
Emily Dickinson
narrow Round—the Stint— The slow exchange of Hope— For something passiver—Content Too steep for looRate it:

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My Beloved Is Mine and I Am His
Francis Quarles
quarters of this earthly ball Should tender in exchange their shares of land, I would not change myRate it:

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The English Revolution Of 1848
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
say, shall our next vengeance burst? Shall the Exchange, or Parliament, be immolated first? Which oRate it:

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You and You
Edith Wharton
and mill, Back to the office, the store, the exchange, Back to the wife with the babe on her arm,Rate it:

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A Captive Throstle
Alfred Austin
fare Forfeit the freedom of the air? Shall I exchange for punctual food April's sweet loves and sumRate it:

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A Country Nosegay
Alfred Austin
all the year round to them is June. So let us exchange, nor ask who gains, What each has saved froRate it:

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A Divine Rapture
Francis Quarles
quarters of this earthly ball, Should tender in exchange their shares of land, I would not chaRate it:

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A Doe In The City
William Makepeace Thackeray
her lightly trip it; All the lads of Stock Exchange Twigg'd her muff and tippet. With a sweet perpRate it:

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A first Mute Coming
Emily Dickinson
fair Going— When the Bells rejoice— A first Exchange—of What hath mingled—been— For Lot—exhibited Rate it:

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A Lady red—amid the Hill
Emily Dickinson
be? The Neighbors do not yet suspect! The Woods exchange a smile! Orchard, and Buttercup, and BirdRate it:

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A Mountain Station
Andrew Barton Paterson
is rather scant, it's true, But this a fair exchange is, The sheep can see a lovely view By climRate it:

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A Mounted Umbrella
Gertrude Stein
more is there plenty of reason for making an exchange. Rate it:

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A Satire, in Imitation of the Third of Juvenal
John Oldham
I'd not their envied grandeur buy 80For all th' Exchange is worth, that Paul's will cost, 81Or was Rate it:

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A Tear And A Smile
Khalil Gibran
I would not exchange the sorrows of my heart For the joys of the multitude. And I would not have the tears that sadness makes To flow from my eve...Rate it:

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Against The Love Of Great Ones.
Richard Lovelace
gyre of his eternal wheele, Nor would he now exchange his paine For cloudes and goddesses againe. Rate it:

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An April Joke
Carolyn Wells
thought of the topsy-turvy Spring. ''Tis a fair exchange,' he said, with a wink-- 'It is!' she saidRate it:

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An Autumn—Blooming Rose
Alfred Austin
wealth of harvest weather. Thus all things we exchange, and nothing lose: Take you life's wisdom, Rate it:

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