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In Allusion To The French Song. N'entendez Vous Pas Ce Language
Richard Lovelace
THEN UNDERSTAND YOU NOT (FAIR CHOICE) THIS LANGUAGE WITHOUT TONGUE OR VOICE? Rate it:

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Language Denied
Kurt Philip Behm
the undotted ‘I’ The meaning now freed all language denied (Villanova Pennsylvania: February,Rate it:

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Life, A Language.
Robert Crawford
Life is a language every man must use, Some with a wondrous faculty, and some So blindly that they seem like Caliban Or e'er the good and great mag...Rate it:

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Many a phrase has the English language
Emily Dickinson
Many a phrase has the English language— I have heard but one— Low as the laughter of the Cricket, Loud, as the Thunder's Tongue— Murmuring, ...Rate it:

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Elegy VI. To a Lady, On the Language of Birds
William Shenstone
Come then, Dione, let us range the grove, The science of the feather'd choirs explore Hear linnets argue, larks descant of love, And blame the gloo...Rate it:

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Love's Language
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
How does Love speak? In the faint flush upon the tell-tale cheek, And in the pallor that succeeds it; by The quivering lid of an averted eye – ...Rate it:

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Our language
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
Thou, who sailest Norse mountain-air, And Denmark's songs by the cradle singest, Who badest in Hald the war-flames flare, And, heard in our childre...Rate it:

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Translation From the Gull Language
Thomas Moore
'Twas grav'd on the Stone of Destiny, In letters four, and letters three; And ne'er did the King of the Gulls go by But those awful letters scar'd ...Rate it:

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The Ah Goo Tongue
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
The queerest languages known to man, Sanscrit, Hebrew, Hindoostan, Are all translated and made as free And comprehensive as A B C. Yet the oldest ...Rate it:

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Proof of God’s Love” (The first Rosetta Stone)
Anthony BamBam!! Thomas
of granite that man wrote one decree in three languages . When it was found it was so amazing and dRate it:

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Stray Birds 11- 20
Rabindranath Tagore
my heart the music of the ripples. 12 'WHAT language is thine, O sea?' 'The language of eternalRate it:

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An Old Master
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
had hit me, and the master opened out. And the language! Oh, the language! Seemed to me I must be Rate it:

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Jubilate Agno: Fragment B, Part 4
Christopher Smart
For God has given us a language of monosyllables to prevent our clipping. For a toad enjoys a finer prospect than another creature to compensate ...Rate it:

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Preface To Ossian
James Macpherson
his genius, the author may have improved his language, in the eleven years that the following poemsRate it:

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Spread the Truth!
Henry Lawson
bitter lying spite! Tell the Truth in simple language, when you know that you are right! And they’lRate it:

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The Australian Slanguage
William Thomas Goodge
"Tis the everyday Australian Has a language of his own, Has a language, or a slanguage, Which can simply stand alone. And a "dickon pitch to ki...Rate it:

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To Music
Rainer Maria Rilke
of statues. Perhaps: silence of paintings. You language where all language ends. You time standing Rate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
word-perplexity, Or a fit expression find, Or a language to my mind, (Still the phrase is wide or sRate it:

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A Vision of Poesy - Part 01
Henry Timrod
other sounds there be Which seem, and are, the language of a life Around, yet unlike ours: winds tRate it:

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An Account Of The Greatest English Poets
Joseph Addison
Age has Rusted what the Poet writ, Worn out his Language, and obscur'd his Wit: In vain he jests inRate it:

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An Address to Shakespeare
William Topaz McGonagall
for instance in fhe forest of Arden, the language is sublime, Where Orlando speaks of his Rosilind,Rate it:

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At The Window
Paul Eluard
in the most mysterious of domains, my own. The language of my love does not belong to human languagRate it:

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At the Window
Paul Eluard
in the most mysterious of domains, my own. The language of my love does not belong to human languagRate it:

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Elliot's Oak
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
speakest a different dialect to each; To me a language that no man can teach, Of a lost race, long Rate it:

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Hymn 77
Isaac Watts
The love of Christ to the church, in his language to her, and provisions for her. SS 7:5-13. Now in the galleries of his grace Appears the King...Rate it:

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