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The king's consort
Emily Pauline Johnson
I Love, was it yesternoon, or years agone, You took in yours my hands, And placed me close beside you on the throne Of Oriental lands? ...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Fifth Sestiad
George Chapman
but she did still refuse; For lovely Mya was her consort vow'd In her maid state, and therefore notRate it:

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A Translation Of The Nightingale Out Of Strada
William Strode
upp his layes Like a full quire a shouting consort playes; Then pausing stood in expectation If hisRate it:

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Music's Empire
Andrew Marvell
organ's city where they dwell. Each sought a consort in that lovely place, And virgin trebles wedRate it:

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The Bard
Thomas Gray
many a foul and midnight murther fed, Revere his Consort's faith, his Father's fame, And spare the Rate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
praise. But, as she, who once hath been A king's consort, is a queen Ever after, nor will bate Any Rate it:

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A Description Of One Of The Pieces Of Tapistry At Long-Leat
Anne Kingsmill Finch
was brought, Employ'd the Loom, where the kind Consort wrought: Whilst sharing in the Toil, she sRate it:

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A Dialogue At Fiesole
Alfred Austin
full queen of song, albeit in sooth I am but consort, owing my degree To the real sceptred SovereigRate it:

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A Short Hymn Upon The Birth Of Prince Charles
Sir Henry Wotton
the fulness see Of this our Joy, shall then In consort joyn as well as we, To celebrate his PraiseRate it:

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A Tale. June 1793
William Cowper
law Of never-failing love. Then perching at his consort's side, Was briskly borne along, The billoRate it:

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An Appeal to My Countywomen
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
follows the footsteps of crime, And Sin is the consort of Woe. Rate it:

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An Epistle Of The Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole
Richard Savage
spare?) The child's, the parent's, and the consort's tear: Unconscious of what pangs the heart may Rate it:

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An Essay on Death and a Prison
Henry King
harmony, no jar Or discord can that sweet soft consort mar. The graves deaf ear is clos'd againstRate it:

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An Ode - Presented To The King, On His Majesty's Arrival In Holland, After The Queen's Death
Matthew Prior
the world that thou canst live Intrepid as thy consort died. Thy virtue, whose resistless force NoRate it:

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As The Oak Lies In The Acorn
Liam Ó Comáin
maiden but one to be wooed With persistence in consort with a Nurtured awareness of ones milieu… TRate it:

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At a Solemn Music
John Milton
with Heav'n, till God ere long To His celestial consort us unite, To live with Him, and sing in eRate it:

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Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine
Emily Dickinson
the two, and then the one, Adam, and Eve, his consort, the moon, and then the sun; The life doth prRate it:

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Beautiful Edinburgh
William Topaz McGonagall
it is towering so very high. The Prince Albert Consort Statue looks very grand, Especially the grRate it:

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By Heraclides
William Cowper
In Cnidus born, the consort I became Of Euphron. Aretimias was my name. His bed I shared, nor proved a barren bride, But bore two children at a bir...Rate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 32
Sa di
world already. Alas for a bad consort, alas! Preserve us, O Lord Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Fourteenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
old Saturn ate his progeny; For when his pious consort gave him stones In lieu of sons, of these Rate it:

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Easter
George Herbert
key Is best to celebrate this most high day. Consort, both heart and lute, and twist a song PleaRate it:

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Eclogue
John Crowe Ransom
Who when Night comes, when it is fathomless, Consort their little hands; And well, John Black, Rate it:

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Elegy XXIII. Reflections Suggested By His Situation
William Shenstone
smile is half sincere, Nor void of art the consort's melting eye. There, with the friendly wish, tRate it:

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Employment (I)
George Herbert
all my company is a weed. Lord place me in thy consort; give one strain To my poor reed. Rate it:

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