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Neere
Andre Marie de Chenier
Mais telle qu'à sa mort, pour la dernière fois, Un beau cygne soupire, et de sa douce voix, De sa voix qui bientôt lui doit être ravie, Chante, ava...Rate it:

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Amyntor's Grove, His Chloris, Arigo, And Gratiana. An Elogie
Richard Lovelace
did appeare But thinne, because her eyes were neere. Blooming boy, and blossoming mayd, May your Rate it:

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An Excelente Balade of Charitie: As Wroten bie the Gode Pri
Thomas Chatterton
and he drew aside, With the mist almes craver neere to the holme to bide. His cope was all oRate it:

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On A Great Hollow Tree
William Strode
firmly stand, Scorning the saw-pitt, though so neere at hand. No yawning grave this grandsire Elme Rate it:

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A Paradox
Richard Lovelace
For gazing on that light So long, neere lost my sight. II. Through foulRate it:

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A Loose Saraband
Richard Lovelace
then at night, bright with her gemmes, Once neere her breast she plac'd it. Rate it:

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A mery Iest
Humfrey Gifford
in his purse, to serue his neede, Not one deneere he had: Hee was constrainde to craue the almes, ORate it:

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Elegy XX (Alternate) Love's War
John Donne
There Engins farr off breed a just true feare, Neere thrusts, pikes, stabs, yea bullets hurt not Rate it:

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On Six Cambridge Lasses Bathing Themselves
Thomas Randolph
in piteous feare 18 Act{ae}ons fortune was too neere. 19 Or that the Water=Nymphes they were 20Rate it:

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Psalm I.
Henry King
delights. He shall be like a Planted Tree We neere the Rivers see: Whose branches by their moistRate it:

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Sonnet VIII
Edmund Spenser
of the liuing fire, Kindled aboue vnto the maker neere: no eies buy ioyes, in which al powers conspRate it:

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The Boy and the Mantle
Thomas Percy
called forth his ladye, And bade her come neere; Saies, "Madam, and thou be guiltye, I pray thee hoRate it:

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The Master-Cook
Rudyard Kipling
that came From the Rochelle which is neere Angouleme. Littel hee was, but rounder than a topp, AndRate it:

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The Rose
Richard Lovelace
I have found I feare ; Because her Cheekes are neere. Rate it:

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To Lucasta, the Rose
Richard Lovelace
I have found, I feare; Because her cheekes are neere. Rate it:

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To Lucasta. The Rose.
Richard Lovelace
I have found, I feare; Because her cheekes are neere. Rate it:

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