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Fear Self Indicts
Kurt Philip Behm
Victim of passion, purveyor of lies Betrayer of talent, bending the I Captive obsession, perspective now gone Fear self-indicts —when right turn...Rate it:

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The Wrong That I Have Done
Kevin Ryan Murray
Always reminding me of what I've done I, am a betrayer I have caused you this pain I have no exRate it:

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A Preaching From A Spanish Ballad
George Meredith
the sexes' war Serves as temptress and betrayer, Favouring man, the muscular. XVIII Lureful is shRate it:

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Day Versus Romantic Night
Nikhil Parekh
night. And a derogatorily devilish betrayer was the unprecedentedly flaming day; insidiously snappRate it:

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Don Juan Aux Enfers (Don Juan In Hell)
Charles Baudelaire
black robes of grief, Seemed to implore of her betrayer a last smile In memory of his first ardorRate it:

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Percy Bysshe Shelley
dying eyes reproach not to the end The pale betrayer—he then with vain repentance Would share, he cRate it:

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In The Cathedral
Edward Dowden
air Keen, dark, and pure! grave Night is no betrayer, And if perchance some faint cold star illumRate it:

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Love In Disguise
Thomas Parnell
Heart in Love is always on the Wing; The bold Betrayer flutters still, And fans the Breath prepar'dRate it:

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Pathos Of Love
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
heart‐melting tear should not be your betrayer The flowery‐styled poet's tongue should not be talkRate it:

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Song. Cold, Cold Is The Blast When December Is Howling
Percy Bysshe Shelley
gate-- Another had charmed the remorseless betrayer, He turned laughing aside from her moans and heRate it:

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Sonnet LII: What? Dost Thou Mean
Michael Drayton
shall be From that proud beauty, which was my betrayer? What talk I of a heart, when thou hast noRate it:

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The Black Shawl
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
not the light; but I seized my good blade; The betrayer ne'er finished the kiss that betrayed. OnRate it:

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The Brass-Pot And Stone-Jugg
Anne Kingsmill Finch
the Drink-conveigher) May be my Ruin and Betrayer: A Superiority you boast, And dress the Meat, I Rate it:

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The Infanticide
Friedrich Schiller
And, in the midst of rapture, warn of hell! Betrayer, what! thy soul relentless closing To grief-Rate it:

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The Irish Avatar
George Gordon Lord Byron
fastest of all The slaves, who now hail their betrayer with hymns? Ay! 'Build him a dwelling!' letRate it:

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