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The Course of Time. Book I.
Robert Pollok
of things to come, As past rehearsing, sing the Course of Time, The second Birth, and final Doom Rate it:

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Of Course—I prayed
Emily Dickinson
Of Course—I prayed— And did God Care? He cared as much as on the Air A Bird—had stamped her foot— And cried "Give Me"— My Reason—Life— I had not ha...Rate it:

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The Onward Course
Richard Chenevix Trench
Our course is onward, onward into light: What though the darkness gathereth amain, Yet to return or tarry both are vain. How tarry, when around ...Rate it:

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An Elective Course
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
LINES FOUND AMONG THE PAPERS OF A HARVARD UNDERGRADUATE The bloom that lies on Fanny's cheek Is all my Latin, all my Greek; The only sciences I...Rate it:

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La Course
Henri de Regnier
Vous m’avez dit : Laisse-les vivre Là-bas... Que t’importent leurs bonds ou leurs pas Sur l’herbe de l’aurore ou l’herbe de midi, M’avez-vous dit ?...Rate it:

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The Course Of Love
Sant Surdas
Seeing Radha stand alone, Krishna came from behind and blindfolded her with his hands. But his hands could not fully cover her large and elongated ...Rate it:

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The Course Of Time. Book X.
Robert Pollok
God of my fathers! holy, just, and good! My God! my Father! my unfailing Hope! Jehovah! let the incense of my praise, Accepted, burn before thy ...Rate it:

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The Mylora Elopement
Andrew Barton Paterson
papa; And Amelia loved him truly -- but the course of love, if true, Never yet ran smooth or dulyRate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto II
Arthur Hugh Clough
must choose for themselves, you Could not, of course, interfere,--you, now, when a nation has chosRate it:

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Dar-Thula
James Macpherson
forth in loveliness. The stars attend thy blue course in the east. The clouds rejoice in thy presenRate it:

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Father Riley's Horse
Andrew Barton Paterson
next An' be buried on the Thursday -- and, of course, I'm prepared to meet my penance, but with oRate it:

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How John Quit The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
farm here but Mother, me and John, Except, of course, the extry he'p when harvest-time come on-- AnRate it:

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Kingsborough
Henry Kendall
blood forcing the pace. At the back of the course, and away Where the running-ground home again whRate it:

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Mon Choual
William Henry Drummond
galluppe, But work long tam on de city car, Of course she's purty well break heem up, So come leetlRate it:

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The Protest
Andrew Barton Paterson
Remorse! 'Ow do I know? Saw 'im on Riccarton course Two year ago! Think I'd forget any 'orse? Rate it:

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Piel Ballad (For the King of Piel)
Graham Eccles
sand with your bare feet and smell the air of course feel the sense of wonder felt by many more Rate it:

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Elizabeth Speaks
Duncan Campbell Scott
soft and low, And all the soldiers sing. (Of course we cannot hear, you know,) Then some one calls Rate it:

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Gotham - Book II
Charles Churchill
art or force, Make it but jingle, music comes of course. Little do such men know the toil, the paiRate it:

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King frederik the seventh
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
ship began veering- No, never veering! To the course adhering! Now, Denmark, united, with all thy fRate it:

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Lara
George Gordon Lord Byron
all the mazes of its race; Short was the course his restlessness had run, But long enough to leavRate it:

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Lara. A Tale
George Gordon Lord Byron
all the mazes of its race; Short was the course his restlessness had run, But long enough to leavRate it:

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Lathmon
James Macpherson
Morven fight? But stop, O mighty stream, in thy course! Does not Lathmon behold these sails? Why doRate it:

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Listen, Elaine!
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Percy Podgrass gave us for the Cup? Of course he's sure to win. What are vain dresses Compared - MRate it:

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Nightmare Number Three
Stephen Vincent Benet
it grinned. It was only the best Machines, of course, the superhuman machines, The ones we’d built Rate it:

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Ogs
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
force; Which was very effective, tho' rude, of course.' And lo, with sorrowful wails and moans, TheRate it:

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