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I cautious, scanned my little life
Emily Dickinson
I cautious, scanned my little life— I winnowed what would fade From what would last till Heads like mine Should be a-dreaming laid. I put the latt...Rate it:

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The Cautious Lovers
Anne Kingsmill Finch
e'er was mov'd yet to go down, By such o'er-cautious Fear; Or for one Lover left the Town, WhoRate it:

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As Toilsome I Wander'd
Walt Whitman
and nail'd on the tree by the grave, Bold, cautious, true, and my loving comrade. Long, longRate it:

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As toilsome I wander'd Virginia's woods
Walt Whitman
and nail'd on the tree by the grave, Bold, cautious, true, and my loving comrade. Long, long I muRate it:

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Excelsior
Walt Whitman
person of the earth; And who most cautious? For I would be more cautious; And who haRate it:

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The Borough. Letter III: The Vicar--The Curate
George Crabbe
is the laurel to the soldier due, Who, cautious, comes not into danger's view? What worth has VirtuRate it:

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The Borough. Letter XIX: The Parish-Clerk
George Crabbe
such a man as this - A man so grave, important, cautious, wise, Who dared not trust his feeling or Rate it:

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Of Hearts and Hands
Kiara
from a beast. Linked by something so fragile, so cautious. Our hands and souls met for an instant,Rate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 09
John Milton
fearless returned From compassing the earth; cautious of day, Since Uriel, regent of the sun, desRate it:

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The Exiles. 1660
John Greenleaf Whittier
harboring banished Quakers.' Out looked the cautious goodman then, With much of fear and awe, For Rate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto IV
John Trumbull
awed, Crept from their lurking holes abroad. On cautious hinges, slow and stiller, Wide oped the gRate it:

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A Choice
Edith Nesbit
its coming to prepare. Shall we build dams with cautious, clumsy care, Or stand with idle hands aRate it:

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A Wounded Deer—leaps highest
Emily Dickinson
is the Mail of Anguish In which it Cautious Arm, Lest anybody spy the blood And "you're hurt" exclaRate it:

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A Bard's Epitaph
Robert Burns
earthly hole, In low pursuit: Know, prudent, cautious, self-control Is wisdom's root. Rate it:

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A Bird Came Down
Emily Dickinson
stirred his velvet head Like one in danger; cautious, I offered him a crumb, And he unrolled his fRate it:

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A Freak of Spring
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
it, men!' I come eager, fit to dance; Ben spars cautious for a chance. With a laugh I flick him ligRate it:

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A Naughty Little Comet
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
in gobbling comets up. But instead of growing cautious and of showing proper fear, The foolish litRate it:

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A Passage
John Boyle O'Reilly
the world grows old, Till his tongue has grown cautious, his heart, has grown cold, Till the smileRate it:

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A Portrait
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
fix’d antipathy to young and fair; By cunning, cautious; or by nature, cold,— In maiden madness, viRate it:

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A Spiritual Woman
David Herbert Lawrence
sad, so intrinsic, so spiritual, yet so cautious, you Must have me all in your will and your consciRate it:

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Abram Morrison
John Greenleaf Whittier
our sober-stepping ways, Speech and look and cautious phrase, Slow to learn was Morrison. Much we Rate it:

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At Madame Tussaud's
Frederick George Scott
surprise At being deceived, I turned with cautious eyes And took for wax all those that throngeRate it:

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Bird
Emily Dickinson
stirred his velvet head. Like one in danger; cautious, I offered him a crumb, And he unrolled hisRate it:

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Black Bess
Eliza Cook
was needed by her. That rider grew pallid and cautious with fear, There was danger around him and dRate it:

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Blanche Sweet
Vachel Lindsay
and roses white. With new powers, yet cautious, Not too smart or skilled, That first flash of danciRate it:

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