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Back From A Two-years' Sentence
James Whitcomb Riley
Back from a two-years' sentence! And though it had been ten, You think, I were scarred no deeper In the eyes of my fellow-men. 'My fellow-men--?' S...Rate it:

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A Commuted Sentence
Ambrose Bierce
repentance And asked for commutation of our sentence.' Even as he spoke, the form of Satan loomed Rate it:

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I read my sentence—steadily
Emily Dickinson
I read my sentence—steadily— Reviewed it with my eyes, To see that I made no mistake In its extremest clause— The Date, and manner, of the shame— A...Rate it:

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Sentence Long
Kurt Philip Behm
wrong Delivery most premature, verdict quick—sentence long (Villanova Pennsylvania: October, 20Rate it:

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On Himself, upon Hearing What was his Sentence
James Graham
Let them bestow on ev'ry airth a limb; Open all my veins, that I may swim To Thee, my Saviour, in that crimson lake; Then place my parboil'd ...Rate it:

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The Sentence
Anna Akhmatova
And the stone word fell On my still-living breast. Never mind, I was ready. I will manage somehow. Today I have so much to do: I must kill memory ...Rate it:

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The Sentence Of John L. Brown
John Greenleaf Whittier
Ho! thou who seekest late and long A License from the Holy Book For brutal lust and fiendish wrong, Man of the Pulpit, look! Lift up those cold and...Rate it:

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Chaucer's Tale of Meliboeus
Geoffrey Chaucer
thing as his fellow doth; But natheless their sentence is all soth,* *true AndRate it:

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Fit the Sixth ( Hunting of the Snark )
Lewis Carroll
them fainted away. Then the Snark pronounced sentence, the Judge being quite Too nervous to utterRate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE PERSOUNS TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
lakketh us no tales mo than oon, Fulfilled is my sentence and my decree; I trowe that we han herd oRate it:

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The Parson's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
us no more tales than one. Fulfill'd is my sentence and my decree; I trow that we have heard of eRate it:

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The Rebel
Henry Lawson
deserving of the rod, But I scorn the biassed sentence from the temples of the creed That was fouleRate it:

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Battle Hymn of the Republic
Julia Ward Howe
dews and damps; I can read His righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps. His Day is Rate it:

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All Promise Gone
Kurt Philip Behm
not form For the lack of one word, the entire sentence was wrong For the lack of one sentence, Rate it:

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Book Of Suleika - The Reunion
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
a heavy sigh arose, When He spake the sentence:--"Be!" And the All, with mighty throes, Burst intRate it:

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last time
stephen mason
man my father sits stage left in the final act sentence by sentence he is making his last speech thRate it:

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Mycerinus
Matthew Arnold
dread voice from lips that cannot lie, Stern sentence of the Powers of Destiny. 'I will unfold mRate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 10
John Milton
he is; and now What rests, but that the mortal sentence pass On his transgression,--death denouncRate it:

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Preparatory Meditations - First Series: 38
Edward Taylor
or wrong, I can't appear unto't. And shall a sentence pass on such a suit?' Soft; blemish not thisRate it:

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The Prophecy Of Famine
Charles Churchill
great man, whose name breeds awe, Whose every sentence Fashion makes a law; Who on mere credit his Rate it:

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Dialogue With Humanity
Ehsan Sehgal
were you born? "When Adam received a sentence And sent to the earth." When you feel sad Rate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 09
John Milton
irresolute Of thoughts revolved, his final sentence chose Fit vessel, fittest imp of fraud, in whRate it:

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Scattered into a Piece of Poetry
Jingtao Zhang
caught up with the footsteps of poetry Poem sentence line by line As if God's eyes on me Melted mRate it:

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The Alchemist's Petition
Vachel Lindsay
Thou wilt not sentence to eternal life My soul that prays that it may sleep and sleep Like a white statue dropped into the deep, Covered with sand,...Rate it:

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'Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notch
Emily Dickinson
the Fiend Let go, then, Overcome— As if your Sentence stood—pronounced— And you were frozen led FrRate it:

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