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An Anatomy Of The World...
John Donne
Her death hath taught us dearly that thou art Corrupt and mortal in thy purest part. Let no mRate it:

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FOOTBALL
ILIAS FOUKIS
on Earth and alive a kind of corrupt and revolting light and the course is murky aRate it:

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Indian Politics
Komal Vasudeva
of minority Indian politicians have become so corrupt and mean That it seems politics can never beRate it:

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A Complaint On The Miseries Of Life
James Thomson
where thou dwellest is my goal; Through corrupt life grant I may glide With an untainted upward sRate it:

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A Dedication
Robert Burns
but a milder feature Of our poor, sinfu' corrupt nature: Ye'll get the best o' moral works, 'ManRate it:

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A Fever
John Donne
then, The fairest woman, but thy ghost, But corrupt worms, the worthiest men. Oh wrangling schoolsRate it:

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A Hymn Of Heavenly Beauty
Edmund Spenser
far exceeding these in light, Not bounded, not corrupt, as these same be, But infinite in largenessRate it:

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A Testimony
Christina Georgina Rossetti
upon their course. Our treasures moth and rust corrupt, Or thieves break through and steal, or theRate it:

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Advice To Believe In Christ
Rees Prichard
of th' whole man a renovation makes. Howe'er corrupt the nature that's in thee - However weak thy Rate it:

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An Elegy on the Lady Markham
Francis Beaumont
she lies uncover'd, moist, and cold, Strive to corrupt her, she will not abide With any art her bleRate it:

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An Hymn Of Heavenly Beauty
Edmund Spenser
far exceeding these in light, Not bounded, not corrupt, as these same be, But infinite in largeRate it:

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Apple-Pie and Cheese
Eugene Field
modesty effaced, And baleful, morbid passions Corrupt our native taste. O tempora! O mores! What Rate it:

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As weary pilgrim, now at rest
Anne Bradstreet
be gone this mortall shall be cloth'd vpon A Corrupt Carcasse downe it lyes a glorious body it shalRate it:

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Correspondences
Charles Baudelaire
a child's caress, - And there are others, rich, corrupt, profound And of an infinite pervasivenessRate it:

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Elegy XIV: Julia
John Donne
unmade up, Abuses yet unfashion'd, thoughts corrupt, Misshapen cavils, palpable untroths, InevitRate it:

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Even as a child
Eugene O'Neill
brother charming, selfless. But also smirking, corrupt. All lying, and loving each other. ComedyRate it:

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France--December 1870
George Meredith
forth the daring vision! she, She likewise half corrupt of sin, Angel and Wanton! can it be? Her stRate it:

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From 'The Testament of Beauty'
Robert Seymour Bridges
as the sensible images are more and more corrupt, troubled by questioning thought, or with vainglorRate it:

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From The School Of The Renowned Philosopher
Constantine P. Cavafy
he had to do something. He began to haunt the corrupt houses of Alexandria, every secret den of debRate it:

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Holy Russia
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
hour of the coming dawn! Europe, the rank, the corrupt, Lies stretched out at your feet. Turkey, InRate it:

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Homage To Sextus Propertius - XII
Ezra Pound
upon whittled reeds, And how ten sins can corrupt young maidens; Kids for a bribe and pressed udderRate it:

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I Sing The Body Electric
Walt Whitman
till I go with them, respond to them, And discorrupt them, and charge them full with the charge Rate it:

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In the valley of the waters we wept o'er the day
George Gordon Lord Byron
feeble tenant of an hour, Debased by slavery, or corrupt by power, Who knows thee well must quit thRate it:

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In Virtue I Sin
Kurt Philip Behm
school that could answer Their dialectic corrupt Now this corner I sit in Both welcomes Rate it:

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Inscription On The Monument Of A Newfoundland Dog
George Gordon Lord Byron
feeble tenant of an hour, Debased by slavery, or corrupt by power, Who knows thee well must quit thRate it:

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