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Sonnet 150: O from what power hast thou this powerful might
William Shakespeare
cause of hate? O, though I love what others do abhor, With others thou shouldst not abhor my state.Rate it:

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A Madrigal
William Shakespeare
cold, Youth is wild, and Age is tame:- Age, I do abhor thee; Youth, I do adore thee; O! my Love, myRate it:

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A Ballad of Hell
John Davidson
must I rot from day to day, Unless I wed whom I abhor, My cousin, Blanche of Valencay. 'At midnighRate it:

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A Coronet for his Mistress, Philosophy
George Chapman
substance of your glory; Abjure those joys, abhor their memory, And let my love the honour'd sRate it:

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A Satyre Against Mankind
Lord John Wilmot
I profess I can be very smart On Wit, which I abhor with all my heart; I long to lash it in some shRate it:

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A Sonnet Upon The Pitiful Burning Of The Globe Playhouse In
Anonymous Americas
Go draw you a petition, And do you not abhor it, And get, with low submission, A license tRate it:

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Addition
Constantine P. Cavafy
in the great addition (their addition that I abhor) that has so many numbers, I am not one of the mRate it:

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Advice To Believe In Christ
Rees Prichard
heav'n - to make a man give o'er, And thoroughly abhor, his evil ways, And lead a life of virtue alRate it:

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Against The Love Of Great Ones.
Richard Lovelace
that we are not mortal, or Fly VENUS altars, and abhor The selfesame knack, for which you pine; ButRate it:

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An Expostulation to Lord King
Thomas Moore
life, On a question, my Lord, there's so much to abhor in? A question - like asking one, "How is yoRate it:

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And You Human Being
Nikhil Parekh
the baseless temerity to torture; discriminate; abhor; abuse; treat your comrades worse than animalRate it:

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Apparent Failure
Robert Browning
the sermon's text, The three men who did most abhor Their life in Paris yesterday, So killed themseRate it:

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Apple-Pie and Cheese
Eugene Field
Nor glutinous de Brie; There's nothing I abhor so As mawmets of this ilk-- Give me the harmless moRate it:

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Bird Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Shirks her duties for a lazy life of ease. I abhor her mournful call, Which is not a song at all Rate it:

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Bird Song - Crow
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
who Shirks her duties for a lazy life of ease. I abhor her mournful call, Which is not a song at alRate it:

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Detachment
Robert William Service
at some silly tea And flirt and flatter How I abhor society And female chatter. As I with wondermenRate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Sixth
George Gordon Lord Byron
sad tempter, a forbidden woman: Sultans too much abhor this sort of sin, And don't agree at all witRate it:

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Easter-Day
Robert Browning
would have faith be. “Why, what but faith, do we abhor “And idolize each other for— “—Faith in our Rate it:

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Elegy I. He Arrives at His Retirement in the Country
William Shenstone
faithless Friends, depart! Fly my plain board, abhor my hostile name! Hence the faint verse that flRate it:

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Elegy XVII. He Indulges the Suggestions of Spleen.-- An Elegy to the Winds
William Shenstone
of the storms! forbear; My trembling nerves abhor thy rude control, And scarce a pleasing twilight Rate it:

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Heroic Stanzas
John Dryden
to poise, The quarrel lov'd, but did the cause abhor, And did not strike to hurt but make a noiseRate it:

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I'll never love Thee more
James Graham
confusion have a part (Which virtuous souls abhor), And hold a synod in thine heart, I'll neRate it:

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In New Orleans
Eugene Field
mean advantage conscience takes (and one that I abhor!) In asking one this question: 'What did youRate it:

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Jenny Carrister, The Heroine of Lucknow-Mine
William Topaz McGonagall
he replied to blast the mine, which I fear and abhor. Then with a piece of rope he lowered the caRate it:

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Jonah
Thomas Parnell
I knew him gracious to forgive, And much my zeal abhor'd the bad shou'd live, And if they turn theyRate it:

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