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INSPIRATIONS
Deborrah Ann Stenberg
Interesting Numbers Spiritually Presented Invitations Recognized Astonishingly Thought of Impressive Options Nicely SuggestedRate it:

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David
Thomas Parnell
holy spirit, hail supremely kind, Whose inspirations thus enlarg'd the mind; Who taught him what thRate it:

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A to Z---PAY ATTENTION TO ME---
Deborrah Ann Stenberg
and fathers. Helpful is a useful example. Inspirations are reasons to feel included and praised. JoRate it:

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A Jewish Family In A Small Valley Opposite St. Goar, Upon The Rhine
William Wordsworth
a name; An image, too, of that sweet Boy, Thy inspirations give-- Of playfulness, and love, and joyRate it:

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Apollo's Edict.
Mary Barber
too? Let his Success our Subjects sway, Our Inspirations to obey: Let beaten Paths no more be trac'Rate it:

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Australasia
William Charles Wentworth
Earth's furthest habitable shores obey; Whose inspirations shed their sacred light, Far as the rRate it:

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Dis-stance: versts, miles
Marina Ivanovna Tsvetaeva
us, Not knowing that we are an alloy Of inspirations and sinews... They haven't dispirited us, butRate it:

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LIFE
Deborrah Ann Stenberg
Loving Inspirations Fully EncouragedRate it:

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On A Portrait Of Wordsworth
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
thought of his own mind, And very meek with inspirations proud, Takes here his rightful place as poRate it:

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Sound Of The Sea, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The rushing of the sea-tides of the soul; And inspirations, that we deem our own, Are some Rate it:

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The Sound of the Sea
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
rushing of the sea-tides of the soul; And inspirations, that we deem our own, Are some divine of foRate it:

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The stork
Eugene Field
grew fonder - 0 happy heart of mine, Sing of the inspirations That round my pathway shine! And singRate it:

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The Two Rivers
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
hints and prophecies of things to be, And inspirations, which, could they be things, And stay with Rate it:

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