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Only a Curl.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I. FRIENDS of faces unknown and a land Unvisited over the sea, Who tell me how lonely you stand With a single gold curl in the hand Held ...Rate it:

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On Suddenly Receiving A Curl Long Refused
Vachel Lindsay
Oh, saucy gold circle of fairyland silk— Impudent, intimate, delicate treasure: A noose for my heart and a ring for my finger:— Here in my study yo...Rate it:

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Alone
Sydney Thompson Dobell
There came to me softly a small wind from the sea. And it lifted a curl as it passed by me. But I sang sorrow and ho the heavy day! And I sang heig...Rate it:

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Sonnet 19 - The soul's Rialto hath its merchandise
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Rialto hath its merchandise; I barter curl for curl upon that mart, And from my poet's forehead to Rate it:

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Sonnet XIX
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Rialto hath its merchandise; I barter curl for curl upon that mart, And from my poet's forehead to Rate it:

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Sonnet XIX: The Soul's Rialto
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Rialto hath its merchandise; I barter curl for curl upon that mart, And from my poet's forehead tRate it:

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XIX
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Rialto hath its merchandise; I barter curl for curl upon that mart, And from my poet's forehead to Rate it:

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Eulalie
Edgar Allan Poe
I dwelt alone In a world of moan, And my soul was a stagnant tide, Till the fair and gentle Eulalie became my blushi...Rate it:

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His Gippsland Girl
William Henry Ogilvie
Now, money was scarce and work was slack And love to his heart Crept in, And he rode away on the Northern track To war with the world an...Rate it:

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In Three Days
Robert Browning
I. So, I shall see her in three days And just one night, but nights are short, Then two long hours, and that is morn. See how I come, unchanged, ...Rate it:

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Lady Maggie
Christina Georgina Rossetti
You must not call me Maggie, you must not call me Dear, For I'm Lady of the Manor now stately to see; And if there comes a babe, as there may some ...Rate it:

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My Little March Girl
Paul Laurence Dunbar
out of her face, Tresses all truant-like, curl upon curl, Wind-blown and rosy, my little March girlRate it:

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Rivera Honeymoon
Robert William Service
Beneath the trees I lounged at ease And watched them speed the pace; They swerved and swung, they clutched and clung, They leapt in roaring chase; ...Rate it:

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The Empty Purse--A Sermon To Our Later Prodigal Son
George Meredith
Thou, run to the dry on this wayside bank, Too plainly of all the propellers bereft! Quenched youth, and is that thy purse? Even such limp slough a...Rate it:

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The Mermaid
Alfred Lord Tennyson
I Who would be A mermaid fair, Singing alone, Combing her hair Under the sea, In a golden curl With a comb of pearl, On a throne? II I wo...Rate it:

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A Child's Hair
William Watson
A letter from abroad. I tear Its sheathing open, unaware What treasure gleams within; and there- Like bird from cage- Flutters a curl of golden hai...Rate it:

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The Bayadere. An Indian Tale (1)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
THERE were seventy pillars around the hall, Of wreathed gold was each capital, And the roof was fretted with amber and gems, Such as light kingly d...Rate it:

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Verses To A Child
Anne Brontë
1 O raise those eyes to me again And smile again so joyously, And fear not, love; it was not pain Nor grief that drew these tears from me; Be...Rate it:

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In Exile
Emma Lazarus
Twilight is here, soft breezes bow the grass, Day's sounds of various toil break slowly off, The yoke-freed oxen low, the patient ass Dips his dry ...Rate it:

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Finery
Ann Taylor
IN an elegant frock, trimm'd with beautiful lace, And hair nicely curl'd, hanging over her face, Young Fanny went out to the house of a friend, Wi...Rate it:

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'The Old Leaven'
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Mark: So, Maurice, you sail to-morrow, you say? And you may or may not return? Be sociable, man! for once in a way, Unless you're too old to learn....Rate it:

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'Tis customary as we part
Emily Dickinson
'Tis customary as we part A trinket—to confer— It helps to stimulate the faith When Lovers be afar— 'Tis various—as the various taste— Clematis—jo...Rate it:

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A Boy's Trials
Jean Blewett
When I was but a little lad One thing I could not bear, It was to stand at mother's knee And have her comb my hair. They didn't keep boys' hair as...Rate it:

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A Bunch Of Triolets
Robert Fuller Murray
You like the trifling triolet: Well, here are three or four. Unless your likings I forget, You like the trifling triolet. Against my conscience I a...Rate it:

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A Bush Study, A La Watteau
Arthur Patchett Martin
HE. See the smoke-wreaths how they curl so lightly skyward From the ivied cottage nestled in the trees: Such a lovely spot—I really feel that I wou...Rate it:

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