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The Ultimate crown
Nikhil Parekh
The ultimate crown of my miserably impoverished eyes; was your eternally resplendent garden of symbiotically uniting empathy, The ultimate crown ...Rate it:

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The Royal Crown
Mario William Vitale
a committee For the right to display the royal crown Many who lived in the village square SuddenRate it:

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Twist Me A Crown Of Wind-Flowers
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Twist me a crown of wind-flowers; That I may fly away To hear the singers at their song, And players at their play. Put on your crown of wind-f...Rate it:

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The Crown of Thorns
Ada Cambridge
it bring forth.” “And the soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and put it on His head.” In bitteresRate it:

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That Half-Crown Sweep
Andrew Barton Paterson
in sprat or bob, Too quick you put in harp-a-crown." The parson's word was duly kept, He came aRate it:

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The Crown
Katharine Tynan
fill all the sky. He made twelve stars into her crown And set the moon below her feet. He was KingRate it:

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The Sunken Crown
Edwin Arlington Robinson
him drown. Poor fool! He plunges for the sunken crown, And we—we wait for what the plunge may shoRate it:

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Crown On Loan
Kurt Philip Behm
enthrone Those jewels that you borrow, —her crown still on loan (Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2Rate it:

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Sonnet. To A Young Lady Who Sent Me A Laurel Crown
John Keats
band Of mailed heroes should tear off my crown: Yet would I kneel and kiss thy gentle hand! Rate it:

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The Crown Of Empire
George Essex Evans
Royal Son to wield Imperial power And wear the crown that Saxon Alfred wore— Sceptre and orb that aRate it:

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The Crown Of Love
George Meredith
thee I die. - See'st thou the angels with their Crown? We twain have reached the sky. Rate it:

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The Crown of Thorns
Frederick George Scott
But take them lovingly, and, weaving them Into a crown of thorns, wear and let be For ever onRate it:

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The Crown of Years
Robert Fuller Murray
with laughter and with tears, And cunning Time a crown of years Contrives for her who weareth them.Rate it:

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To A Young Lady Who Sent Me A Laurel Crown
John Keats
band Of mailed heroes should tear off my crown: Yet would I kneel and kiss thy gentle hand. Rate it:

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Whereas At Morning In A Jeweled Crown
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Whereas at morning in a Jeweled Crown I bit my fingers and was hard to please, Having shook disaster till the fruit fell down I feel tonight more h...Rate it:

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At Crown Hill
James Whitcomb Riley
Leave him here in the fresh greening grasses and trees And the symbols of love, and the solace of these- The saintly white lilies and blossoms he ...Rate it:

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On Receiving a Crown of Ivy from John Keats
James Henry Leigh Hunt
trumpets in the wind. It is what's within us crowned. And kind and great Are all the conquering Rate it:

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On Receiving A Laurel Crown From Leigh Hunt
John Keats
down of what the world most prizes Turbans and Crowns, and blank regality; And then I run into mostRate it:

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On The Same (On Receiving A Crown Of Ivy From Keats)
James Henry Leigh Hunt
trumpets in the wind. It is what's within us crowned. And kind and great Are all the conquering wiRate it:

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Our Crown Of Praise
Katharine Lee Bates
A PRAISE beyond all other praise of ours This nation holds in jealous trust for him Who may approve himself, even in these dim, Swift days of desti...Rate it:

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The Crown
Kurt Philip Behm
Poetry… the most regal of all gifted language Prose sitting as handmaiden —to each verse sublime (Villanova Pennsylvania: September, 2018)Rate it:

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The Crown Of Life
Edith Nesbit
THE days, the doubts, the dreams of pain Are over, not to come again, And from the menace of the night Has dawned the day-star of delight: My b...Rate it:

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La Corona
John Donne
Deign at my hands this crown of prayer and praise, Weaved in my lone devout melancholy, Thou which of good hast, yea, art treasury, All changing...Rate it:

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Alain’s Choice
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
answered, “Of that am I thinking now, And the crown which I too am striving To win my ambitious broRate it:

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THE APPARITION OF HIS, MISTRESS,CALLING HIM TO ELYSIUM
Robert Herrick
the meads; where balm and oil, Roses and cassia, crown the untill'd soil; Where no disease reigns, Rate it:

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