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Song of Myself, I, II, VI & LII
Walt Whitman
I Celebrate myself, and sing myself, And what I assume you shall assume, For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you. I loafe and invite...Rate it:

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Les Chats (Cats)
Charles Baudelaire
them stoop to bondage. When they dream, they assume the noble attitudes Of the mighty sphinxes stRate it:

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Said I to Myself, Said I
William Schwenck Gilbert
plan (Said I to myself - said I), I'll never assume that a rogue or a thief Is a gentleman worthy iRate it:

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As I Sat Alone By Blue Ontario's Shores
Walt Whitman
The States. (How dare such insects as we see assume to write poems for America? For our victRate it:

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Giving chapter V
Khalil Gibran
you receivers - and you are all receivers - assume no weight of gratitude, lest you lay a yoke uponRate it:

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On St.Columb's Wall
Liam Ó Comáin
dress Your seed was lifted By the wind, I assume, And left high On the College wall. A precarious Rate it:

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The Plain
Jean Arp
in circles, and sometimes straight ahead. I assume that I succeeded. Whether I really succeedeRate it:

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Anger
Charles Lamb
Anger in its time and place May assume a kind of grace. It must have some reason in it, And not last beyond a minute. If to further lengths it go, ...Rate it:

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Assumpta Maria
Francis Thompson
'twixt the Moon and Sun; Who am I the heavens assume? an All am I, and I am one. Multitudinous ascRate it:

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Venus' Advice To The Muses
Matthew Prior
my altars, and revere my name. My son shall else assume his potent darts; Twang goes the bow; my giRate it:

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A Boundless Moment
Robert Frost
was fair enough for flowers had we but in us to assume in march Such white luxuriance of May for ouRate it:

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A Child's Battles
Algernon Charles Swinburne
the same. We that would fain seem wise Assume grave mouths and eyes Whose looks reprove Too much dRate it:

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A Few Lines to Beauty
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
just like you, Fair reader! We seek not to assume the office or prerogative of a special pleader. ARate it:

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A Letter From Li Po
Conrad Potter Aiken
up the scale from chicory pink to blue, is to assume Li Po himself: as he before assumed the poets Rate it:

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A Une Madone (To A Madonna)
Charles Baudelaire
Will imprison them in a gentle embrace, And assume their form like a faithful mold; If I can't, Rate it:

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A Voice From The Factories
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
a joyless and distorted smile Its innocent lips assume; (the dancer's leer!) Conquering its terroRate it:

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Abhangs (A Short Collection)
Sant Tukaram
You.' 3 Without a worshipper, how can God assume a form and accept service? The one makes the otRate it:

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Again Rejoicing Nature Sees
Robert Burns
Again rejoicing nature sees Her robe assume its vernal hues, Her leafy looks wave in the breeze, All freshly steep'd in morning dews. ...Rate it:

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Air And Angels
John Donne
wert, and who, I bid love ask, and now That it assume thy body I allow, And fix itself to thy lip, Rate it:

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All Is Vanity
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Plains; Does with the Soldier's Life the Garb assume, The gold Embroid'ries, and the graceful PlumeRate it:

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An Ode
Anne Killigrew
will not view the Skies. Thy native Beauty re-assume, Prune each neglected Plume, Till more than SRate it:

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Answers
Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
handled and caressed and loved. I let the stars assume the whole of night. But the big answers claRate it:

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Apparuit
Ezra Pound
thing, thou in access of cunning dar'dst to assume this? Rate it:

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Beachy Head
Charlotte Smith
resign Their gauzy whiteness; and more warm'd, assume All hues of purple. There, transparent goldRate it:

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Beranger's My Last Song Perhaps (January 1814)
Eugene Field
horde! Yet, what avail accrues to her, If we assume the garb of woe? Let's merry be,--in laughter Rate it:

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