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Why Art Thou Thus Cast Down, My Heart?
Hans Sachs
Why art thou thus cast down, my heart? Why troubled, why dost mourn apart, O'er nought but earthly wealth? Trust in thy God, be not afraid, He is t...Rate it:

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Cast away care
Thomas Dekker
Cast away care; he that loves sorrow Lengthens not a day, nor can buy to-morrow ; Money is trash, and he that will spend it, L...Rate it:

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I Cast My Net Into The Sea
Rabindranath Tagore
In the morning I cast my net into the sea. I dragged up from the dark abyss things of strange aspect and strange beauty -- some shone like a smile...Rate it:

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If I should cast off this tattered coat,
Stephen Crane
If I should cast off this tattered coat, And go free into the mighty sky; If I should find nothing there But a vast blue, Echoless, ignorant --...Rate it:

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Psalm LXXIV: Will God For Ever Cast Us Off?
Isaac Watts
Will God for ever east us off? His wrath for ever smoke Against the people of' his love, His little chosen flock? Think of the tribes so dearly bo...Rate it:

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Margery of the Fens
Arthur Symons
her name these twoscore years save three: She cast me off to be harlot, and I cast her off from me.Rate it:

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Hind Horn
Anonymous Americas
it, madam, out of your own hand." "O I'll cast off my gowns of brown, And beg wi you frae toRate it:

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May Colven
Andrew Lang
young ladies, The eighth one you shall be. 'Cast off, cast off, my May Colven, All and your silkenRate it:

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Anniversary Poem
John Greenleaf Whittier
the whirlwind-blast, The thunder and the shadow cast From Heaven's dark frown. The land is red withRate it:

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A Song For Peace And Honour
Edith Nesbit
worth: Shall Peace, our pearl, by us be cast aside? Is it not more to us than all things are? NaRate it:

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Adieu to Belshanny
William Allingham
straining on her net, and heavily she creeps, Cast off, cast off - she feels the oars, and to her bRate it:

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Andromeda
Charles Kingsley
the priests of the goddess, Cunning in spells, cast lots, to discover the crime of the people. All Rate it:

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Doubt
Helen Hunt Jackson
1 They bade me cast the thing away, 2 They pointed to my hands all bleeding, 3 They listened not to all my pleading; 4 The thi...Rate it:

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Hafbur And Signy
William Morris
no sorrow’s stead it standeth me For her to cast my life away.” Lord Hafbur lets his hair wax longRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 03 - part 05
Torquato Tasso
the city come or go. LXVI His care was next to cast the trenches deep, So to preserve his resting Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 04 - part 02
Torquato Tasso
war, He, that was closely false and slyly war, Cast how he might annoy them most from far: And as hRate it:

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Jonah
Thomas Parnell
shouts and cares Furl the white canvas, and cast forth the wares, Each seek the God their native reRate it:

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Lassitude
Mathilde Blind
rose and fell. A fisher-boy, in level line, Cast stone by stone into the brine: Methought I tooRate it:

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Lochiel's Warning
Thomas Campbell
embers, like stars from the firmament cast? 'Tis the fire-shower of ruin, all dreadfully driven FroRate it:

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The Children Of The Lord's Supper. (From The Swedish Of Bishop Tegner)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
spirits. Like as Elias in heaven, when he cast from off him his mantle, So cast off the soul its gaRate it:

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The Norsemen ( From Narrative and Legendary Poems )
John Greenleaf Whittier
cold and silent Past! A relic to the present cast, Left on the ever-changing strand Of shifting Rate it:

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The Orphan
Ann Taylor
their bed, And daisies will over them grow. I cast my eyes into the tomb, The sight made me bitRate it:

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The Orphan
Jane Taylor
their bed, And daisies will over them grow. I cast my eyes into the tomb, The sight made me bitRate it:

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The Soul of a Poet
Henry Lawson
the wrong of things murdered my heart! Cast out and despised and neglected, And weak, and in fear, Rate it:

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They Desire A Better Country
Christina Georgina Rossetti
faults and follies first and last. I would not cast anew the lot once cast, Or launch a second shipRate it:

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