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COMPANION TO INCIDENCE
Hubbs
The light diminishes to a shade of red that deepens as it now freely flows Like chimes of falling icicles that fade away as they slowly melt Withou...Rate it:

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The Dark Companion
James Brunton Stephens
There is an orb that mocked the lore of sages Long time with mystery of strange unrest; The steadfast law that rounds the starry ages Gave...Rate it:

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Companion.
Nikhil Parekh
The flamboyantly blazing rays of the marvelously royal Sun; were my passionately piquant companions; for the perseveringly sweltering day, Ravish...Rate it:

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Doubt Me! My Dim Companion!
Emily Dickinson
Doubt Me! My Dim Companion! Why, God, would be content With but a fraction of the Life— Poured thee, without a stint— The whole of me—forever— What...Rate it:

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Jesus, Thou Divine Companion
Henry Van Dyke
Jesus, Thou divine Companion, By Thy lowly human birth Thou hast come to join the workers, Burden bearers of the earth. Thou, the Carpenter of Naza...Rate it:

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My lovely pixie, my good companion,
Lesbia Harford
My lovely pixie, my good companion, You do not love me, bed-mate of mine, Save as a child loves, Careless of loving, Rather preferring raspberr...Rate it:

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Sonnet 72: Desire, Though Thou My Old Companion Art
Sir Philip Sidney
Desire, though thou my old companion art, And oft so clings to my pure love, that I One from the other scarcely can descry, While each doth blow...Rate it:

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The Companion
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Let him answer as he will, Or be lightsome as he may, Now nor after shall he say Worn-out words enough to kill, Or to lull down by their craft, Dou...Rate it:

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The Travelling Companion
Lord Alfred Douglas
Into the silence of the empty night I went, and took my scorned heart with me, And all the thousand eyes of heaven were bright; But Sorrow came and...Rate it:

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They are so glad of a young companion,
Lesbia Harford
They are so glad of a young companion, They hail and bless me, these boys of mine, And I whose pathway was dark and lonely Have no more need of ...Rate it:

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