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I will beguile him with the tongue
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Reason says, “ I will beguile him with the tongue.”; Love says, “Be silent. I will beguile him with the soul.” The soul says to the heart, “Go, d...Rate it:

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Reason says love says
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Reason says, “ I will beguile him with the tongue.”; Love says, “Be silent. I will beguile him with the soul.” The soul says to the heart, “Go, do ...Rate it:

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A Lover's Lullaby
George Gascoigne
they still the child; And if I be not much beguiled, Full many a wanton babe have I, Which must Rate it:

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A Song
William Blake
smiles, mother's smile, All the livelong night beguile. Sweet moans, dovelike sighs, Chase notRate it:

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Andromeda
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
classic phrase Of Grecian myths that did beguile my youth, Beguile me not as in the olden days: Rate it:

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Gascoigne's Lullaby
George Gascoigne
quails and comes behind, 16 Go sleep, and so beguile thy mind. 17 Next, lullaby my gazing eyRate it:

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Just Unite
Nikhil Parekh
just engulf, Don't dry; just dream, Don't beguile; just bond, Don't massacre; just merge, Don'tRate it:

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Sonnets
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
classic phrase Of Grecian myths that did beguile my youth, Beguile me not as in the olden days: I Rate it:

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The Isle Of Founts
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
west-winds play? -Let no vain dreams thy heart beguile, Oh! seek thou not the Fountain-Isle! Lull Rate it:

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A Birthday Present
Alfred Austin
should have generous hopes that can beguile Life's doubts and fears, And, ever waiting on your ApriRate it:

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Song of Fortune VI
Khalil Gibran
Laden his drugged eyes with sick slumber. I beguile him at eventide, when Silence rules And theRate it:

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Elegy (Tir'd with the busy crouds)
James Beattie
Where Mirth's light freaks th' unheeded hours beguile, And airs of rapture warble in the gale. Rate it:

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A Poet's Home
Charles Harpur
sleeping smile Should my devotion thitherward beguile, Cheating the morn of its observance due, My Rate it:

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Man Sails The Deep Awhile
Robert Louis Stevenson
unchained breakers ride, The quivering stars beguile. Hope bears the sole command; Hope, with unshRate it:

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Of the Mean and Sure Estate
Sir Thomas Wyatt
of food Sleep, if she might, her hunger to beguile. "My sister," quod she, "hath a living good,Rate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE REVES TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
two Cambridge clerks of the north country, who beguile his wife and daughter, recover the stolen meRate it:

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To the Nile
John Keats
world began, Art thou so fruitful? or dost thou beguile Such men to honour thee, who, worn with toiRate it:

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A Cradle Song, The Arbor of Amorous Devices, 1593-4
Nicholas Breton
if he once smile, Right honest women may beguile. Come, little boy, and rock asleep; Sing luRate it:

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A Guide for Poits
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
in company wiv me. So, when I sees some peb beguile an hour Be joinin' in the chorus o' me songRate it:

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A Pastoral Dialogue Between Two Shepherdesses
Anne Kingsmill Finch
with pleasing Talk awhile Let us two the Time beguile; Tho' thou here no Shepherd see, To enclineRate it:

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A Sweet Lullaby
Nicholas Breton
looks, if he once smile, Right honest women may beguile. Come, little boy, and rock asleep, Sing Rate it:

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A Sweet Pastoral
Nicholas Breton
knowest my heaviness; Beauty is born but to beguile My heart of happiness. See how my little floRate it:

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An Eclogue From Virgil
Eugene Field
that is oaten and slender; Exiles from home, you beguile our hearts from their hopeless repining, ARate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon my Best Friend L. K. C.
Henry King
to impart; That Art wherewith our Crosses we beguile, And make them in Harmonious numbers smile: Rate it:

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An Imitation Of Some French Verses
Thomas Parnell
with loads of Pain. My Ignorance cou'd once beguile, And fancy'd Joys inspire; My Errors cherish'd Rate it:

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