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The House of Peers
William Schwenck Gilbert
waves - (In good Queen Bess's time) The House of Peers made no pretence To intellectual eminence, ORate it:

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An Expostulation to Lord King
Thomas Moore
you, my Lord, thus delight to torment all The Peers of realm about cheapening their corn, When you Rate it:

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Lines on the Death of Edward John Trelawny
Algernon Charles Swinburne
borne under, Thou too then hast regained thy peers. Wings that warred with the winds of morning, SRate it:

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Algernon Charles Swinburne
that slept and that wakes ere sundawn peers. Wakes, that the heart may behold, and yet not falter,Rate it:

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Kensington Garden
Thomas Tickell
From every region to his palace-gate Came peers and princes of the fairy state, Who, rank'd in Rate it:

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New-Englands Crisis
Benjamin Tompson
our years Commenc'd our war with Phillip and his peers. Whither the sun in Leo had inspir'd A feav'Rate it:

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The Dominion
James Brunton Stephens
slumber of the sisterhood— Foremost of all thy peers press on to greet Her advent, strewing floweRate it:

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The Haughty Actor
William Schwenck Gilbert
just had gained a mighty cause Before the Peers assembled! Said he, "How dare you have the face To Rate it:

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An Old Man Muses
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
blunders, Counting a mountebank amongst my peers I, who commanded with the voice of thunders? Ah, Rate it:

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On King Arthur's Round Table at Winchester
Thomas Warton Jr.
renown'd, In marks obscure, of his immortal peers. Though join'd by magic skill, with many a Rate it:

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of the dawning star to energize that which peers forth Tears and cries of physical and emotional pRate it:

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Walter de la Mare
in her silver shoon; This way, and that, she peers, and sees Silver fruit upon silver trees; One byRate it:

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An Apology Written For My Son To His Master
Mary Barber
If e'er she hears, I write again on worthless Peers, Whether they're living Lords, or dead, She'll Rate it:

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The Hero
John Greenleaf Whittier
as the knights of story, Sir Lancelot and his peers, Brave in his calm endurance As they in tilt ofRate it:

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A Ballad Of François Villon, Prince Of All Ballad-Makers
Algernon Charles Swinburne
And plume-plucked gaol-birds for thy starveling peers Till death clipt close their flight with shRate it:

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A Charm invests a face
Emily Dickinson
not lift her Veil For fear it be dispelled— But peers beyond her mesh— And wishes—and denies— LestRate it:

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A Desolate Shore
William Ernest Henley
tall Policeman, Flashing his bull's-eye, as he peers About him in the ancient vacancy, Tells them tRate it:

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A Florilegium
Alfred Austin
the thawing gables drip, The precocious crocus peers,- Childlike, sunshine half, half tears,- And fRate it:

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A Man's Repentance
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
me. That face I saw in the street-lamp's light Peers everywhere out from the shadows around me- I kRate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet V
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
kindle to its pulse of pleasure Here all alike, peers, pedlars, squires, and dames Forswore their gRate it:

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A Song Of Impossibilities
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
are not the best, I may be yours again! When peers from telling money shrink, Or monks from telRate it:

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A Wrangdillion
James Whitcomb Riley
sets there and hatches them out: The Zhederrill peers from his watery mine In scorn with the Will-oRate it:

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A.D. 19—?
Arthur Henry Adams
pinnacle to shapeless death! And white face peers at white face, and no breath Is drawn, and evRate it:

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Alexander And Lycon
Coventry Patmore
two whole years, By man of fortitude beyond his peers, In Thrace or Macedon?’ ‘No, none. But what Rate it:

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Alexander's Feast; Or, The Power Of Music
John Dryden
hero sate On his imperial throne; His valiant peers were placed around, Their brows with roses and Rate it:

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