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Hiding Place
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
free, eternal grace, That gave my soul a Hiding-Place. Against the God that rules the sky, I fougRate it:

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The Old Place
Blanche Edith Baughan
isn’t much of a boast. Oh, it’s a bad old place! Blown out o’ your bed half the nights, AnRate it:

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The Place Where The Rainbow Ends
Paul Laurence Dunbar
without measure, The coffers of treasure, At the place where the rainbow ends. Oh, many have soughtRate it:

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Lines On The Place De La Concorde At Paris,
Amelia Opie
Originally called the Place de Louis Seize,--next the Place de la Revolution, where the perpetual guillotine stood. PROUD Seine, along thy winding...Rate it:

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On the Place de la Concorde
Amelia Opie
[Originally called the Place de Louis Seize,--next the Place de la Revolution, where the perpetual guillotine stood.] Proud Seine, along thy windi...Rate it:

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Sunise in the Place de la Concorde
John Hay
fire, Ramp the white Horses of Marly. But the Place of Concord lies Dead hushed 'neath the ashyRate it:

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The Market-Place
Walter de la Mare
My mind is like a clamorous market-place. All day in wind, rain, sun, its babel wells; Voice answering to voice in tumult swells. Chaffering and...Rate it:

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The Place of the Damned
Jonathan Swift
grace, Allow there's a HELL, but dispute of the place: But, if HELL may by logical rules be definedRate it:

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The Poem That Took The Place Of A Mountain
Wallace Stevens
it was, word for word, The poem that took the place of a mountain. He breathed its oxygen, Even whRate it:

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No Place To Hide
Kurt Philip Behm
havoc and pain Trying to break through to that place where he’s banned Trying to break through to wRate it:

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Is There a Place...
Llew N. Rmail
Is there a Place Better than home? I’d think not. Is there a Place Better than far far away from home? I’d think not. But if they’re both the b...Rate it:

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Never The Time And The Place
Robert Browning
Never the time and the place And the loved one all together! This path--how soft to pace! This May -- what magic weather! Where is the loved one's ...Rate it:

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No Place To Hide
Kurt Philip Behm
havoc and pain Trying to break through to that place where he’s banned Trying to break through to wRate it:

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The World is a Place I've Never Been
Llew N. Rmail
The world is a place I've never been Snow-topped mountains, Blissful plains, Roaring big cities. But are places the world? Is home the world? ...Rate it:

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What Place Is Besieged?
Walt Whitman
WHAT place is besieged, and vainly tries to raise the siege? Lo! I send to that place a commander, swift, brave, immortal; And with him horse...Rate it:

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On Opening a Place for Social Prayer
William Cowper
they seek Thee, Thou art found, And every place is hallow'd ground. For Thou, within no walls coRate it:

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'Yes, holy be thy resting place'
Emily Jane Brontë
Yes, holy be thy resting place Wherever thou may'st lie; The sweetest winds breathe on thy face, The softest of the sky. And will not guardian An...Rate it:

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Absent Place—an April Day
Emily Dickinson
Absent Place—an April Day— Daffodils a-blow Homesick curiosity To the Souls that snow— Drift may block within it Deeper than without— Daffodil del...Rate it:

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An Indian at the Burial-Place of his Fathers.
William Cullen Bryant
I came to seek,-- My fathers' ancient burial-place Ere from these vales, ashamed and weak, WithdrewRate it:

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Bright Be The Place Of Thy Soul!
George Gordon Lord Byron
Bright be the place of thy soul! No lovelier spirit than thine E'er burst from its mortal control In the orbs of the blessed to shine. On earth th...Rate it:

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Geue Place Ye Louers, Here Before
Henry Howard
Geue place ye louers, here before That spent your bostes and bragges in vaine: My Ladies beawtie passeth more The best of yours, I dare well say...Rate it:

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How sick—to wait—in any place—but thine
Emily Dickinson
How sick—to wait—in any place—but thine— I knew last night—when someone tried to twine— Thinking—perhaps—that I looked tired—or alone— Or breaking—...Rate it:

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I Flee The City, Temples, And Each Place
Louise Labe
I flee the city, temples, and each place where you took pleasure in your own lament, where you used every forceful argument to make me yield what I...Rate it:

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I know a place where summer strives
Emily Dickinson
I know a place where summer strives With such a practised frost, She each year leads her daisies back, Recording briefly, 'Lost.' But when the sou...Rate it:

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I stood upon a high place
Stephen Crane
I stood upon a high place, And saw, below, many devils Running, leaping, and carousing in sin. One looked up, grinning, And said, "Comrade! Br...Rate it:

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