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Lord, Teach Us How to Pray Aright
James Montgomery
Lord, teach us how to pray aright, With reverence and with fear; Though dust and ashes in Thy sight, We may, we must draw near. We perish if we ce...Rate it:

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Grey
Archibald Thomas Strong
way, And noon is fierce, and no men see aright, Then weary eyes turn unto thee, their own, Rate it:

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The Harp Of The Minstrel
James Whitcomb Riley
alone Can not waken the echoes that breathe it aright; But oh! as the smile of the moon may impart Rate it:

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The House Of Fame
Geoffrey Chaucer
flesh ne hath no might To understonden hit aright, For hit is warned to derkly; -- BRate it:

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To -- -- --. Ulalume: A Ballad
Edgar Allan Poe
gleaming, And be sure it will lead us aright- We safely may trust to a gleaming Rate it:

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Trivia; or the Art of Walking the Streets of London: Book I.
John Gay
winter streets to steer your courses aright, How to walk clean by day, and safe by night, How jostRate it:

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An Essay On The Different Stiles Of Poetry
Thomas Parnell
Character to Fame. And (if my Fire and Fears aright presage) The lab'ring Writers of a future Age SRate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE MILLERES TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
lough, and swoor, 'So moot I gon, This gooth aright, unbokeled is the male, Lat se now who shal teRate it:

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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
I. If thou would'st view fair Melrose aright, Go visit it by the pale moonlight; For the gay beams of lightsome day Gild, but to flout, the ruin...Rate it:

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The Voice that Sings
Robert Fuller Murray
days and things, Is there an ear to hear aright The voice that sings? It is as when a curfew rinRate it:

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Before Sleep
Archibald Lampman
the sweetly rounded face: He shall tell me soon aright How my lady looks to-night. How her tressesRate it:

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Kisses
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Cupid, if storying legends tell aright, Once framed a rich elixer of delight. A chalice o'er love-kindled flames he fixed, And in it nectar and amb...Rate it:

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Rural Elegance, An Ode to the Late Duchess of Somerset
William Shenstone
her merit, but adore her place? Far happier, if aright I deem, When from gay throngs, and gilded spRate it:

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Sonnet 10 - Yet, love, mere love, is beautiful indeed
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
thy sight I stand transfigured, glorified aright, With conscience of the new rays that proceed Out Rate it:

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The Court of Love
Geoffrey Chaucer
that I cannot write Unto the princess of my life aright! No terms are dign* unto her excellence, *Rate it:

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Ridden Down
Ellis Parker Butler
ran beside her, just to guide her Erring wheel aright; And many times there in the street She rode Rate it:

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Striking
Charles Stuart Calverley
pleasantly they do suck.' 'Now rede me aright, thou stout porter, What were it best that I should Rate it:

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning
thy sight I stand transfigured, glorified aright, With conscience of the new rays that proceed Out Rate it:

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A Birthday
Aleister Crowley
own balcony that August night, And conjuring the aright and the averse Created yet another universeRate it:

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A Charm
Rudyard Kipling
to Christmas-tide, For these simples, used aright, Can restore a failing sight. These shall cleansRate it:

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A Christmas Carol
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
weary, weary were the world, But here is all aright.) The Christ-child lay on Mary's breast His haRate it:

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A Fairy Tale In The Ancient English Style
Thomas Parnell
rocks the Ground: And (well I ween to count aright) At once an hundred Tapers light On all the WalRate it:

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A Plan The Muses Entertained
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
glance of fire,-- The lesson soon was learn'd aright. Rate it:

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A Postscript unto the Reader
Michael Wigglesworth
kick against the bowels of his Love, Is this aright his Bounty to improve? Stand still, ye Heav'ns Rate it:

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A Prayer unto Christ
Michael Wigglesworth
sing: So thou my head and heart inspire, To Sing aright, as I desire. Thee, thee alone I'le invocatRate it:

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