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Ideals are the Fairly Oil
Emily Dickinson
Ideals are the Fairly Oil With which we help the Wheel But when the Vital Axle turns The Eye rejects the Oil. Rate it:

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The Ideals
Friedrich Schiller
Have set in never-ending night; Those blest ideals now are wanting That swelled my heart with mad Rate it:

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Ideals
Edgar Albert Guest
Better than land or gold or trade Are a high ideal and a purpose true; Better than all of the wealth we've made Is the work for others that now we ...Rate it:

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Responsibility
Ada Cambridge
Why are our ideals hid from hostile eyes As boys in school hide toys from master's view? Let them be real as we believe them true — Real as our cha...Rate it:

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A Message to America
Alan Seeger
Is given to point to erring nations Brighter ideals toward which to press And lead them out of tRate it:

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I Did Know For Sure
Nikhil Parekh
saluting only your benevolently philanthropic ideals; wholesomely leaving aside infinite other ideaRate it:

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I'd Just started
Nikhil Parekh
an infinite more to discover and walk; of her ideals of unflinchingly truthful selflessness. JustRate it:

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Simplistic Quilt
Nikhil Parekh
to the integrity of an earnest human and his ideals of philanthropic goodness, amidst the ruthleRate it:

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There Was No Greater Slave
Nikhil Parekh
conscience; unequivocally waiting for your ideals of philanthropic humanity; to invincibly enshroudRate it:

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A To Z Immortal Love
Nikhil Parekh
a carbon copy of its immutably sacrosanct ideals in every birth; which it had romantically coined aRate it:

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Each Beat Of My Heart
Nikhil Parekh
solely lived for your irrevocably invincible ideals of truth and non-violence; the winds of ubiquitRate it:

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FOOTBALL
ILIAS FOUKIS
games on Earth which could very well be called ideals in a mortuary waiting for them to die. HuntRate it:

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Passionate Love
Nikhil Parekh
at times you tend to become a victim of your own ideals; rather than having an impact and changing Rate it:

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The Common Cult
George Sterling
shrouded as costly incense drifts— A dust of old ideals, now fragrant from the coals, To tell of hoRate it:

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A Message Of Love
Mario William Vitale
loved Love is standing tall for beliefs and ideals with grace and dignity It is being able to overRate it:

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YOU WERE BORN: ALEXIS KARPOUZOS
alexis karpouzos
You were born with dreams and ideals, you were born with love and trust, you were born with potential and greatness. You were born with wings. Don'...Rate it:

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A Job Is A Job
Nikhil Parekh
war; my job was to solely disseminate the ideals of celestial peace and harmony; which was the onlyRate it:

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A Lifetime
Nikhil Parekh
worshipping the path of impeccably righteous ideals which they so diligently persevered till the tiRate it:

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A Magic Moment I Remember
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
retirement I gazed upon grey skies above With no ideals to inspire me No one to cry for, live for, Rate it:

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A Name
John Greenleaf Whittier
and duty done New beauty for thy sake. The fair ideals that outran My halting footsteps seek and fRate it:

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A Tribute To The Nobel Prize (Nobelprize.Org) - My Humble Salutation .
Nikhil Parekh
laureate, Ardently persevering were its ideals- as it embarked on its zealously fulfilling missioRate it:

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Accept Me
Nikhil Parekh
be. Accept me for utterly outlandish set of ideals I stringently adhered too; the virtue of beneRate it:

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After She Left Me
Nikhil Parekh
me; standing by my unfathomable repertoire of ideals; supporting me wholeheartedly in every pursuitRate it:

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All Blood Is Passionate Red.
Nikhil Parekh
hideously extract it from people of different Ideals from all across this wonderfully philanthropicRate it:

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Ames — 1967
Kurt Philip Behm
burned in most other states, but not in Iowa Ideals were being traded, their price was blood, but Rate it:

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