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Sit Smiling
Rabindranath Tagore
me and they go away in scorn. And you sit there smiling. I put my tales of you into lasting songRate it:

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Whene'er I See Those Smiling Eyes
Thomas Moore
Whene'er I see those smiling eyes, So full of hope, and joy, and light, As if no cloud could ever rise, To dim a heaven so purely bright -- I s...Rate it:

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Smiling back from Coronation
Emily Dickinson
Smiling back from Coronation May be Luxury— On the Heads that started with us— Being's Peasantry— Recognizing in Procession Ones We former knew— W...Rate it:

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The smiling slopes with olive groves bedecked
Alfred Austin
`The smiling slopes with olive groves bedecked, Now darkly green, now, as the breeze did stir, Spectral and white, as though the air were flecked W...Rate it:

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John Mouldy
Walter de la Mare
down twenty steps of stone; In the dusk he sat a-smiling Smiling there all alone. He read no book,Rate it:

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Recollections of Our Native Valley
Gerald Griffin
Know ye not that lovely river? Know ye not that smiling river? Whose gentle flood, By cliff and wood, With wildering sound goes winding ever. Oh! o...Rate it:

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An Evening Dream
Sydney Thompson Dobell
at the shout of morn, or in the sleep of noon, Smiling with a smiling star, or wan beneath a wastedRate it:

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Heart Hunger
John Boyle O'Reilly
the faces; they are masks— Like yonder woman, smiling at the lips, Silk-clad, bejeweled, lapped witRate it:

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Love's Secret
John Boyle O'Reilly
hand amid her golden tresses; And Love looked smiling on her glowing face And moistened eyes uptuRate it:

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Ode to Borrowdale
Amelia Opie
the ravished eye Burst thy clear stream, thy smiling sky, Thy wooded valley, and thy matchless Rate it:

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Peg Of Limavaddy
William Makepeace Thackeray
and potatoes; Landlord at the door Gives a smiling welcome— To the shivering wights Who to his hoteRate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 01: 07: Midnight; bells toll, and along the cloud-high towers
Conrad Potter Aiken
died—you know the way. Just as we planned. Smiling, with open sunlit eyes. Smiling upon the outstrRate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 03: 02: The Screen Maiden
Conrad Potter Aiken
the quiet lady there, So young, so quietly smiling, with calm hands, Seemed ready to loose her hairRate it:

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The Perfect Playmate
Katharine Tynan
his shoulders a small drowsy head bore; Was ever smiling. The boy keeps apart A gay young smiling fRate it:

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Verses Occasioned By The Right Honourable The Lady Viscountess Tyrconnel's Recovery At Bath
Richard Savage
in thee they find The matchless treasure of a smiling mind. Science by thee flows soft in social eaRate it:

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The Raven
Edgar Allan Poe
Then this ebony bird beguiling my sad fancy into smiling, By the grave and stern decorum of the cRate it:

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A Farewel To America to Mrs. S. W.
Phillis Wheatley
I. ADIEU, New-England's smiling meads, Adieu, the flow'ry plain: I leave thine op'ning charms, O spring, And tempt the roaring main. ...Rate it:

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Amy Wentworth
John Greenleaf Whittier
reminds of thee. Its faded picture, dimly smiling down From the blurred fresco of the ancient town,Rate it:

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Anacreon: Ode 9
Samuel Johnson
with all that charms the heart, Blushing nature, smiling art. Venus, courted by an ode, On the bardRate it:

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Before I Finally Enter Darkness
by friends All waving farewell and broadly smiling With Kisses and hugs eternally beguiling I wisRate it:

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James Whitcomb Riley
think it strange if now I told you you were smiling. How Do I know that? I hold your hand-- _Its_ lRate it:

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Death, To The Dead For Evermore
Robert Louis Stevenson
mortal journey ends Death, like a host, comes smiling to the door; Smiling, he greets us, on that tRate it:

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Elegiac Stanzas
William Lisle Bowles
seemed to lean? But Hope might whisper: Many a smiling day And many a cheerful eve may yet be minRate it:

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Eudoxia. First Picture
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
jewels, and roses in showers on her hair; Soft smiling and counting her riches up slow, one by oneRate it:

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Jane Taylor
youth may listen to their sober speech, And smiling lips pronounce a careless 'yes,' While neither Rate it:

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