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The Path Taken
Christina Nehrling
Those blue, sparkling eyes, thick lashes, peering out at the world, lured me in, right away. What is it like to look out from behind those lids? Wi...Rate it:

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The Stable Path
William Henry Ogilvie
The last red rose on the arch has faded, The border has mourned for its last white flower; The dahlias droop where the frost has raided, The gra...Rate it:

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A New Path
Kurt Philip Behm
What will be your legacy, can it forever speak the truth Do the words describe your finest hours, were your labors nobly used Will your memor...Rate it:

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A Timeless Path
Kurt Philip Behm
Present past and present future Holy Trinity with the here and now Three states that bind all known creation Defining when but never ho...Rate it:

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Along The Path
Kurt Philip Behm
Using words to create feelings not feelings to create words The letters but a footprint —along the path to being heard (Villanova Pennsylvani...Rate it:

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Along The Path
Kurt Philip Behm
Using words to create feelings, —not feelings to create words The letters but a footprint, —along the path to being heard (Villanova Pennsylvania...Rate it:

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Closed Path
Rabindranath Tagore
I thought that my voyage had come to its end at the last limit of my power,---that the path before me was closed, that provisions were exhausted ...Rate it:

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Divine Path
Donka Kristeva
In timid steps man walks, Unfettered thought strives forth, clear vision catches far-off fire, hope mounts on eagle's wings and captures gleams of ...Rate it:

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Field Path
John Clare
The beams in blossom with their spots of jet Smelt sweet as gardens wheresoever met; The level meadow grass was in the swath; The hedge briar rose ...Rate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 22. The path by which we twain did go
Alfred Lord Tennyson
The path by which we twain did go, Which led by tracts that pleased us well, Thro' four sweet years arose and fell, From flower...Rate it:

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In The Dusky Path Of A Dream
Rabindranath Tagore
IN the dusky path of a dream I went to seek the love who was mine in a former life. Her house stood at the end of a desolate street. In the evenin...Rate it:

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My Path Unbroken
Kurt Philip Behm
Refusing to be labeled, rejecting type and cast With choices so enabled, my freedom first and last All fantasy as token, its myths now cast...Rate it:

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new path?
Jack C. Boeve
Thee wall I look upon now is like a mountain that sores to the heavens As if it hath no peak Like thee could climb forever And not beat thee So,...Rate it:

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On The Path Of Amergin
Liam Ó Comáin
(Amergin- a poet of Ireland's mythological tradition.) ~ often responding to the muse through personal experience like a blackbird singing in what...Rate it:

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Poet's Path
Robert William Service
My garden hath a slender path With ivy overgrown, A secret place where once would pace A pot all alone; I see him now with fretted brow, Plunged de...Rate it:

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Sonnet XLVI: Plain-Path'd Experience
Michael Drayton
Plain-path'd Experience, th'unlearned's guide, Her simple followers evidently shows Sometimes what Schoolmen scarcely can decide, Nor yet wise R...Rate it:

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Strange Is The Path When You Offer Love
Mirabai
Do not mention the name of love, O my simple-minded companion. Strange is the path When you offer your love. Your body is crushed at the first ...Rate it:

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The bhakti path
Kabir
The bhakti path winds in a delicate way. On this path there is no asking and no not asking. The ego simply disappears the moment you touch him. ...Rate it:

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The Chosen Path
Thomas C Henshaw
I chose a path to walk today Ahead a man stood in my way I asked him if I could go past He said I needed but to ask He asked to sit and talk awh...Rate it:

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The Flower By The Path
Augusta Davies Webster
A FLOWER was growing alone, Then alone and for ever alone: Some one came by, Saw the flower how fair it had grown, Chose it, plucked it to die. ...Rate it:

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The Forest Path
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Oh, the charm of idle dreaming Where the dappled shadows dance, All the leafy aisles are teeming With the lure of old romance! Down into the fore...Rate it:

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The Fruit Garden Path
Amy Lowell
The path runs straight between the flowering rows, A moonlit path, hemmed in by beds of bloom, Where phlox and marigolds dispute for room With t...Rate it:

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The Garden Path
Kurt Philip Behm
Intention of action… inaction pursues Deflecting commitment, with roadblocks infused Intention of action… step one and step three Step two is th...Rate it:

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The Lost Path
James Whitcomb Riley
Alone they walked--their fingers knit together, And swaying listlessly as might a swing Wherein Dan Cupid dangled in the weather Of some sun-floode...Rate it:

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The Lost Path
Elinor Morton Wylie
The garden's full of scented wallflowers, And, save that these stir faintly, nothing stirs; Only a distant bell in hollow chime Cried out just n...Rate it:

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