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Through the strait pass of suffering
Emily Dickinson
Through the strait pass of suffering— The Martyrs—even—trod. Their feet—upon Temptations— Their faces—upon God— A stately—shriven—Company— Con vul...Rate it:

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When Coldness Wraps This Suffering Clay
George Gordon Lord Byron
When coldness wraps this suffering clay, Ah! whither strays the immortal mind? It cannot die, it cannot stay, But leaves its darken'd dust behind. ...Rate it:

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Love Increased By Suffering
William Cowper
'I love the Lord,' is still the strain This heart delights to sing: But I reply--your thoughts are vain, Perhaps 'tis no such thing. Before the po...Rate it:

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Suffering
Mathilde Blind
Oh ye, all ye, who suffer here below, Schooled in the baffling mystery of pain, Who on life's anvil bear the fateful strain, Wrong as forged iro...Rate it:

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It Wasn't The Nails
Mario William Vitale
Suffering is a part of life, and I say But sometimes I just wish the suffering would go away Pain seems so useless, its purpose is so hard to fin...Rate it:

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Requiem
Anna Akhmatova
farewell To the ranks of convicted, demented by suffering, As they, in regiments, walked along - StRate it:

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Samantha
Mario William Vitale
up for adoption yet this wasn't her option suffering Samantha deep inside she ran away to her Rate it:

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The Flower of the Desert
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
upon his mind, by Mungo Park, in a time of suffering and despondency, in the heart of the same savaRate it:

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Despair's advantage is achieved
Emily Dickinson
Despair's advantage is achieved By suffering—Despair— To be assisted of Reverse One must Reverse have bore— The Worthiness of Suffering like The W...Rate it:

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Anniversary Poem
John Greenleaf Whittier
calmly loyal, we can stand And suffer with our suffering land For conscience' sake. Why ask for easRate it:

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Avec ses vêtements ondoyants et nacrés (With Waving Opalescense In Her Gown)
Charles Baudelaire
of deserts, Both of them unfeeling toward human suffering, Like the long web of the ocean's billoRate it:

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Curious Story
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and report what they give To the hordes of God's suffering poor. Keep track of each cent and each mRate it:

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First Love
Count Giacomo Leopardi
and pure, Bring with it such desire, such suffering? Why not serene, and full, and free from guileRate it:

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Fragment Of A Satire On Satire
Percy Bysshe Shelley
snow. This cannot be, it ought not, evil still-- Suffering makes suffering, ill must follow ill. RoRate it:

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Give Me Just One Chance O! Omnipotent Almighty Lord
Nikhil Parekh
that wealth for the amelioration of all those suffering from inexplicable disease; granting them thRate it:

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Hymne Des Transportés (Hymn Of The Transported)
Victor Marie Hugo
whom like flame Our hymn burneth, that unto us suffering is sent, When all they that endure not sufRate it:

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In Memoriam~ -- Alice Fane Gunn Stenhouse
Henry Kendall
all the sick this sister yearned - The poor and suffering. But though she had for every one The phRate it:

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Inferno Canto03
Dante Alighieri
la perduta gente . THROUGH ME THE WAY INTO THE SUFFERING CITY, THROUGH ME THE WAY TO THE ETERNALRate it:

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Interlude: The Casement
Christopher John Brennan
and that unbroken song that should resolve our suffering dark in peace, deferr'd — how long? TRate it:

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L'Héautontimorouménos (The Man Who Tortures Himself)
Charles Baudelaire
from your eyelids I shall make The waters of suffering gush forth To inundate my Sahara. My desireRate it:

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Love: An Elegy
Mark Akenside
adieu to all the sex of queens; Adieu to every suffering, simple soul, That lets a woman's will hisRate it:

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Lying In Grass
Hermann Hesse
Leave me alone, you impure dream Of the world in suffering! The dance of tiny insects cradles you iRate it:

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My Heart Is Resting, O My Lord
Anna Laetitia Waring
makes it one with Thine. I will give thanks for suffering now, For want and toil and loss— For theRate it:

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Night Song Of A Wandering Shepherd In Asia
Count Giacomo Leopardi
headlong, he forgets them all. Such scene of suffering, and of strife, O moon, is this our mortal lRate it:

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On Dante's Monument, 1818
Count Giacomo Leopardi
thee we _have_ forgotten, _can_ forget, May suffering still follow suffering, And may thy race to aRate it:

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