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Scented Herbage Of My Breast
Walt Whitman
SCENTED herbage of my breast, Leaves from you I yield, I write, to be perused best afterwards, Tomb-leaves, body-leaves, growing up above...Rate it:

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Scented Feelings
Kurt Philip Behm
Splashing on the fragrance of what your betrayal has left behind ... The perfume of your silence lingers, —in scented feelings without words (...Rate it:

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Night-Scented Stock
Katherine Mansfield
White, white in the milky night The moon danced over a tree. "Wouldn't it be lovely to swim in the lake!" Someone whispered to me. "Oh, do-do-do!"...Rate it:

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The Wheel of the Breast
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Through rivers of veins on the nameless quest The tide of my life goes hurriedly sweeping, Till it reaches that curious wheel o' the breast, The hu...Rate it:

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Upon The Nipples Of Julia's Breast
Robert Herrick
Have ye beheld (with much delight) A red rose peeping through a white? Or else a cherry (double graced) Within a lily? Centre placed? Or ever marke...Rate it:

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Her breast is fit for pearls
Emily Dickinson
Her breast is fit for pearls, But I was not a "Diver"— Her brow is fit for thrones But I have not a crest. Her heart is fit for home— I—a Sparrow—b...Rate it:

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Not Heaving From My Ribb'd Breast Only
Walt Whitman
NOT heaving from my ribb'd breast only; Not in sighs at night, in rage, dissatisfied with myself; Not in those long-drawn, ill-supprest s...Rate it:

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TO ROBIN RED-BREAST
Robert Herrick
Laid out for dead, let thy last kindness be With leaves and moss-work for to cover me; And while the wood-nymphs my cold corpse inter, Sing thou my...Rate it:

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Tale X
George Crabbe
THE LOVER'S JOURNEY. It is the Soul that sees: the outward eyes Present the object, but the Mind descries; And thence delight, disgust, or cool in...Rate it:

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The Lily Bed
Isabella Valancy Crawford
His cedar paddle, scented, red, He thrust down through the lily bed; Cloaked in a golden pause he lay, Locked in the arms of the placid bay. ...Rate it:

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Alsace-Lorraine
George Meredith
I The sister Hours in circles linked, Daughters of men, of men the mates, Are gone on flow with the day that winked, With the night that spanned a...Rate it:

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The Beauty and the Dude
Henry Lawson
A fresh sweet-scented beauty Came tripping down the street; She was as fair a vision As you might chance to meet. A masher raised his cady (I don’t...Rate it:

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Endymion: Book I
John Keats
ENDYMION. A Poetic Romance. "THE STRETCHED METRE OF AN AN ANTIQUE SONG." INSCRIBED TO THE MEMORY OF THOMAS CHATTERTON. Book I A thing of beauty...Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 3 E (Escape)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
    One weary time, when he had thrown Himself on his cold bed of stone, Sudden he heard a stranger hand Undo the grating's iron band: He knew 'twa...Rate it:

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Spear Thistle
John Clare
Where the broad sheepwalk bare and brown [Yields] scant grass pining after showers, And winds go fanning up and down The little strawy bents and no...Rate it:

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A Royal Princess
Christina Georgina Rossetti
I, a princess, king-descended, decked with jewels, gilded, drest, Would rather be a peasant with her baby at her breast, For all I shine so like th...Rate it:

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Winter-Store
Archibald Lampman
Subtly conscious, all awake, Let us clear our eyes, and break Through the cloudy chrysalis, See the wonder as it is. Down a narrow alley, blind, To...Rate it:

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Pan Beniowski - Final Part Of Canto Five
Juliusz Slowacki
Surging like a vast current of salmon or sheatfish, Coiling up and down like an iron serpent That rears now its torso, now its head, The armed h...Rate it:

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Peruvian Tales: Cora, Tale VI
Helen Maria Williams
The troops of ALMAGRO and ALPHONSO meet on the plain of CUZCO --. MANCO -CAPAC attacks them by nights--His army is defeated, and he is forced to fl...Rate it:

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Sonnet LI.
Charlotte Smith
FROM THE NOVEL OF CELESTINA. Supposed to have been written in the Hebrides. ON this lone island, whose unfruitful breast Feeds but the summer-she...Rate it:

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Verses, To William Lyttleton, Esq.
William Shenstone
How blithely pass'd the summer's day! How bright was every flower! While friends arrived in circles gay, To visit Damon's bower! But now, with sil...Rate it:

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The Bayadere. An Indian Tale (1)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
THERE were seventy pillars around the hall, Of wreathed gold was each capital, And the roof was fretted with amber and gems, Such as light kingly d...Rate it:

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The Adieu to Love
Mary Darby Robinson
LOVE, I renounce thy tyrant sway, I mock thy fascinating art, MINE, be the calm unruffled day, That brings no torment to the heart; The tranquil m...Rate it:

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An Indian Love Song
Sarojini Naidu
He Lift up the veils that darken the delicate moon of thy glory and grace, Withhold not, O love, from the night of my longing the joy of thy lum...Rate it:

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La Chevelure (Her Hair)
Charles Baudelaire
Ô toison, moutonnant jusque sur l'encolure! Ô boucles! Ô parfum chargé de nonchaloir! Extase! Pour peupler ce soir l'alcôve obscure Des souvenirs d...Rate it:

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