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To Fletcher Reviv'd
Richard Lovelace
life! the light Of this tempestuous age, this darke worlds sight! Oh, from thy crowne of glory dartRate it:

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An Epitaph On Sr John Walter, Lord Cheife Baron
William Strode
breifely, soe perspicuously Untie the knots of darke perplexity That words appear'd like thoughts, Rate it:

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Epitaph On Robert Canynge
Thomas Chatterton
thys stone lies moltrynge ynto daie, Untylle the darke tombe sheene an eterne lyghte. Thyrde frommeRate it:

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On Gray Eyes
William Strode
seat of life be dull'd with shade, Or that be darke for which the day was made? The learned Pallas,Rate it:

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Poem 20
Edmund Spenser
flutter round about your bed, And in the secret darke, that none reproues, Their prety stealthes shRate it:

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Sonnet Cycle For Lady Magdalen
John Donne
and thy Fathers mother; Thou'hast light in darke; and shutst in little roome, Immensity cloystered Rate it:

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Suche Waiwarde Waies Hath Love That Moste Parte In Discorde
Henry Howard
He me withdrawes, and doth me drive into the darke diep well; And me withholdes where I am cald aRate it:

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The Book of Phillip Sparrow
John Skelton
sowre Of Proserpinas bowre; And from the dennes darke, Wher Cerberus doth barke, Whom Theseus dyd aRate it:

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The Grassehopper. To My Noble Friend, Mr. Charles Cotton. O
Richard Lovelace
From the light casements, where we play, And the darke hagge from her black mantle strip, And stiRate it:

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The Grassehopper. To My Noble Friend, Mr. Charles Cotton. Ode.
Richard Lovelace
From the light casements, where we play, And the darke hagge from her black mantle strip, And stiRate it:

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The Shepheardes Calender: November
Edmund Spenser
carke. The sonne of all the world is dimme and darke: The earth now lacks her wonted light, And Rate it:

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The Visions Of Petrarch
Edmund Spenser
together had been wrought. Aboue the wast a darke clowde shrouded her, A stinging Serpent by the heRate it:

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To A Lady That Desired Me I Would Beare My Part With Her In A Song Madam A. L.
Richard Lovelace
do but heare, how love-bang Kate In pantry darke for freage of mate, With edge of steele the squareRate it:

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Why do we even bother ?
Mario William Vitale
distance squirrels look for acorns a road turns darke we shiver in the cold connlestone walkway Rate it:

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You Gote-heard Gods
Sir Philip Sidney
that was once the musique of these vallies, So darkened am, that all my day is euening, Hart-brokRate it:

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Ælla, A Tragical Interlude - Act III
Thomas Chatterton
III. CELMONDE, atte BRYSTOWE. The worlde ys darke wythe nyghte; the wyndes are stylle; Fayntelie thRate it:

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