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Finding is the first Act
Emily Dickinson
Finding is the first Act The second, loss, Third, Expedition for The "Golden Fleece" Fourth, no Discovery— Fifth, no Crew— Finally, no Golden Flee...Rate it:

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We thirst at first—'tis Nature's Act
Emily Dickinson
We thirst at first—'tis Nature's Act— And later—when we die— A little Water supplicate— Of fingers going by— It intimates the finer want— Whose ad...Rate it:

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From The First Act Of The Aminta Of Tasso
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Daphne's Answer to Sylvia, declaring she should esteem all as Enemies, ...Rate it:

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Range-Finding
Robert Frost
The battle rent a cobweb diamond-strung And cut a flower beside a ground bird's nest Before it stained a single human breast. The stricken flower b...Rate it:

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On Finding A Fan
George Gordon Lord Byron
In one who felt as once he felt This might, perhaps, have fann'd the flame; But now his heart no more will melt, Because that heart is not the same...Rate it:

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Verses Written At Bath, On Finding The Heel Of A Shoe
William Cowper
Fortune! I thank thee: gentle goddess! thanks! Not that my muse, though bashful, shall deny She would have thank’d thee rather hadst thou cast A tr...Rate it:

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Finding
Rupert Brooke
From the candles and dumb shadows, And the house where love had died, I stole to the vast moonlight And the whispering life outside. But I found...Rate it:

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On A Picture Of The Finding Of Moses By Pharoah's Daughter
Charles Lamb
This picture does the story express Of Moses in the bulrushes. How livelily the painter's hand By colours makes us understand! Moses that little i...Rate it:

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The Daisy - On Finding one in Bloom on Christmas-day
James Montgomery
There is a flower, a little flower With silver crest and golden eye, That welcomes every changing hour, And weathers every sky. The prouder beauti...Rate it:

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Thespis: Act II
William Schwenck Gilbert
DRAMATIS PERSONAE GODS Jupiter, Aged Diety Apollo, Aged Diety Mars, Aged Diety Diana, Aged Diety Mercury ...Rate it:

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Wat Tyler - Act III
Robert Southey
ACT III. SCENE—SMITHFIELD. PIERS (meeting JOHN BALL.) You look disturb'd, my father? JOHN BALL. Piers, I am so. Jack Straw has forced th...Rate it:

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The Sorcerer: Act II
William Schwenck Gilbert
DRAMATIS PERSONAE Sir Marmaduke Pointdextre, an Elderly Baronet Alexis, of the Grenadier Guards--His Son Dr. Daly, Vicar of Ploverleigh John We...Rate it:

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Crumbling is not an instant's Act
Emily Dickinson
Crumbling is not an instant's Act A fundamental pause Dilapidation's processes Are organized Decays. 'Tis first a Cobweb on the Soul A Cuticle of ...Rate it:

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Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 1.
William Cowper
CHORUS OF ANGELS, Singing the Glory of God. To Heaven's bright lyre let Iris be the bow, Adapt the spheres for chords, for notes the stars; Let ne...Rate it:

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Thespis: Act I
William Schwenck Gilbert
DRAMATIS PERSONAE GODS Jupiter, Aged Diety Apollo, Aged Diety Mars, Aged Diety Diana, Aged Diety Mercury ...Rate it:

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Wat Tyler - Act II
Robert Southey
ACT II. SCENE— BLACKHEATH. TYLER, HOB, &c. SONG. ' When Adam delv'd, and Eve span, ' Who was then the gentleman?' Wretched is the infant...Rate it:

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The Sorcerer: Act I
William Schwenck Gilbert
DRAMATIS PERSONAE Sir Marmaduke Pointdextre, an Elderly Baronet Alexis, of the Grenadier Guards--His Son Dr. Daly, Vicar of Ploverleigh John We...Rate it:

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Wat Tyler - Act I
Robert Southey
ACT I. SCENE, A BLACKSMITH'S-SHOP Wat Tyler at work within. A May-pole before the Door. ALICE, PIERS, &c. SONG. CHEERFUL on this holiday...Rate it:

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Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 2.
William Cowper
SCENE I. -- CHORUS OF ANGELS Singing. Now let us garlands weave Of all the fairest flowers, Now at this early dawn, For new-made man, and his com...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act III
John Keats
SCENE I. The Country. Enter ALBERT. Albert. O that the earth were empty, as when Cain Had no perplexity to hide his head! Or that the sword of some...Rate it:

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Act V
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
[MIDNIGHT.] First, two white arms that held him very close, And ever closer as he drew him back Reluctantly, the loose gold-colored hair A thou...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act IV
John Keats
SCENE I. AURANTHE'S Apartment. AURANTHE and CONRAD discovered. Conrad. Well, well, I know what ugly jeopardy We are cag'd in; you need not pester...Rate it:

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Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 3.
William Cowper
SCENE I.-- Adam and Eve. Oh, my beloved companion! Oh thou of my existence, The very heart and soul! Hast thou, with such excess of tender haste, ...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act II
John Keats
SCENE I. An Ante-chamber in the Castle. Enter LUDOLPH and SIGIFRED. Ludolph. No more advices, no more cautioning: I leave it all to fate to any thi...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act V
John Keats
SCENE I. A part of the Forest. Enter CONRAD and AURANTHE. Auranthe. Go no further; not a step more; thou art A master-plague in the midst of miser...Rate it:

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