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I Promise
Nikhil Parekh
centripetally shy senses; and I promise I'll bewilder you till times beyond infinite infinity; bewiRate it:

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The Monks of St. Mark
Thomas Love Peacock
for the burning oil pour'd on his hand; Bewilder'd did Pedro and Augustine stand: Then loud roar'Rate it:

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Prayer Of Columbus
Walt Whitman
limbs grow nerveless; My brain feels rack'd, bewilder'd; Let the old timbers part--I will Rate it:

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Dæmonic Love
Ralph Waldo Emerson
all; Him radiant, sharpest-sighted god None can bewilder; Whose eyes pierce The Universe, Path-findRate it:

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Epitaph
Edna St. Vincent Millay
on this mound Roses that she loved so well: Why bewilder her with roses, That she cannot see or smeRate it:

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An Autumnal Extravaganza
James Whitcomb Riley
caress; and tell me too Why your smiles bewilder me-- Glancing into laughter, then Trancing into caRate it:

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An Essay on Criticism
Alexander Pope
false learning is good sense defaced: Some are bewilder'd in the maze of schools, And some made cRate it:

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Blithe Dreams Arise To Greet Us
William Ernest Henley
chain and crane, The whir of crank and spindle Bewilder heart and brain; The ends of our endeavour Rate it:

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Campbells Block
James McIntyre
this tale of sun and moon. Which did bewilder McIntyre Gazing on mighty orbs of fire ; Eclipsing tRate it:

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Drink of This Cup
Thomas Moore
was philter form'd with such power To charm and bewilder as this we are quaffing; Its magic beganRate it:

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Epitaph, Intended For Himself
James Beattie
no cares their whelming billows roll, No doubts bewilder, and no hopes betray. 2 Like thee, I oncRate it:

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Euphelia
Helen Maria Williams
sure 'twas here, as late a shepherd stray'd, Bewilder'd, o'er the mountain's dreary bound, Close toRate it:

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Farewell And Defiance To Love
John Clare
suffer Celia's quirks to be (Like a poor fate-bewilder'd slave,) The rulers of my destiny. I'll weRate it:

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Fit the Second ( Hunting of the Snark )
Lewis Carroll
and grave--but the orders he gave Were enough to bewilder a crew. When he cried "Steer to starboardRate it:

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Good Thoughts Need To Be Rightly Implemented.
Nikhil Parekh
beautiful living beings, For them to uncannily bewilder the most seasoned campaigner in his / herRate it:

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Hope Beyond The Grave
James Beattie
glare of false science betray'd, That leads, to bewilder; and dazzles, to blind; My thoughts wont tRate it:

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Hymn to Lauds Sunday
John Henry Newman
within Into penitential grace: Beam on our bewilder'd mind, Till its dreamy shadows flee;Rate it:

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Hymn to Science
Mark Akenside
all thy treasures fraught, Illumine each bewilder'd thought, And bless my lab'ring miRate it:

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Langue D'Oc
Ezra Pound
so much, She by one touch Reft me away; So doth bewilder me I can not say my say nor my desire, AndRate it:

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No Payments
Nikhil Parekh
child to indefatigably intrigue; incredulously bewilder even the most stringently commercial tycoonRate it:

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Ode to Despair
Mary Darby Robinson
fires, Dead to the Heart's convulsive Pain, Bewilder'd Memory retires. See! See! she grasps her Rate it:

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Ode To Hope
James Beattie
its feeble prey. III. 2. Who now will guard bewilder'd youth Safe from the fierce assault of hostiRate it:

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Philomela
Matthew Arnold
years, in distant lands, Still nourishing in thy bewilder'd brain That wild, unquench'd, deep-sunkeRate it:

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Soliloquy
Jane Taylor
which it aspires. Such, such is the soul, though bewilder'd and dark - A vital, ethereal, unquenchaRate it:

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Sonnet. On A Picture Of Leander
John Keats
away to his young spirit's night, Sinking bewilder'd 'mid the dreary sea. 'Tis young Leander toilRate it:

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