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Germs
Walt Whitman
the start of each and all--the virtue, the germs of all. Rate it:

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The Germ Chaser
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
he pointed out, all air, However pure, held germs somewhere; They clung to door-knobs, crawled on fRate it:

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Tyranny.
Sidney Lanier
'Spring-germs, spring-germs, I charge you by your life, go back to death. This glebe is sick, this wind is foul of breath. Stay: feed the worms. '...Rate it:

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The Complaint Of Ceres
Friedrich Schiller
seeds to strew below-- And bid the gold that germs the corn An offering to the Styx to go! Sad in Rate it:

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The Chase
Anonymous Americas
their skeleton hands in your face, Curse the germs that produced such a miscreant race? O, rouse yRate it:

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A Bruised Reed Shall He Not Break
Christina Georgina Rossetti
will I render fruitful, blessing still, The germs and small beginnings in thy heart, Because thy wiRate it:

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A Calendar of Sonnets: June
Helen Hunt Jackson
well if seeds grow strong, to scatter free Germs for thy future summers on the earth. A joy whichRate it:

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A Dream Of Summer
John Greenleaf Whittier
powers, And how beneath the winter's snow Lie germs of summer flowers! The Night is mother of the Rate it:

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A Funeral Fantasie
Friedrich Schiller
manhood and fame! Fond father exult!--In the germs of his youth What harvests are destineRate it:

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A Lifted Finger
Ambrose Bierce
flood, Enough of prison-birds' prolific germs To serve a whole eternity of terms? _You_, for whose Rate it:

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A New-Year Hymn
Anna Laetitia Waring
it blew; So, where nothing cheers our sight, Germs of love may spring to light, Bright 'mid earth'sRate it:

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A Prize Poem
Henry Timrod
beauty unexpected starts, So you shall find some germs of hidden worth Within the vilest hearts; Rate it:

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A Terre
Wilfred Owen
men may envy living mites in cheese, Or good germs even. Microbes have their joys, And subdivide, Rate it:

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A Terre (being the philosophy of many soldiers)
Wilfred Owen
men may envy living mites in cheese, Or good germs even. Microbes have their joys, And subdivide, aRate it:

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Address Delivered At The Opening Of The New Theatre At Richmond
Henry Timrod
beauty unexpected starts, So you shall find some germs of hidden worth Within the vilest hearts; AnRate it:

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Adelaide Ironside
James Brunton Stephens
Will? Fused and transfused into Love, with the germs of eternity pregnant— Crowned as the law of thRate it:

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British Association, Notes of the President's Address
James Clerk Maxwell
generations, transmission of struc-tureless germs Enables our race to inherit the thoughts of beastRate it:

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Dear Savior Of A Dying World
Anna Laetitia Waring
hallowed earth In new creation rise, To find the germs of Eden hid Where its fallen beauty lies, — Rate it:

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Flight Of Swans
Robinson Jeffers
and adored the God; he handles in autumn The germs of far-future spring. Sad sons of the stormy falRate it:

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Flora
Charlotte Smith
to dress the expecting earth, Awake the germs, and call the buds to birth; Bid each hybernacle itRate it:

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Government
Carl Sandburg
sensitive as any human sinner carrying a load of germs, traditions and corpuscles handed down from Rate it:

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Influence
Ada Cambridge
obscurities Of Nature's womb, the little life-germs rise, Pushing and pulsing upward to the light; Rate it:

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Italian Scenery
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
and within The colder breast of Ocean, lie the germs Of thine own dissolution! E'en the air, That fRate it:

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Love Of The Country
Robert Bloomfield
of intellectual fire! Fancy's fair buds, the germs of song, Unquicken'd midst the world's rude striRate it:

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Lux In Tenebris
George Essex Evans
they the measure of their giving, And mingled germs of evil with the good; So mixed they death withRate it:

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