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The Curve Of Your Eyes
Paul Eluard
The curve of your eyes embraces my heart A ring of sweetness and dance halo of time, sure nocturnal cradle, And if I no longer know all I have live...Rate it:

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The Cosinic Curve
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
and their home, so friends aver, Is a place of curves and meals and happy laughter. Girls! Be warnRate it:

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We climbed that hill,
Lesbia Harford
mine. Your eyes were on the line The sweep and curve of the fields against the sky. You'd heard Rate it:

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Out of sight? What of that?
Emily Dickinson
of sight? What of that? See the Bird—reach it! Curve by Curve—Sweep by Sweep— Round the Steep Air— Rate it:

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Annihilation
Conrad Potter Aiken
the trembling finger that traces The eyebrow’s curve, the curve of the cheek? The mouth that quiverRate it:

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Sunset On The Bearcamp
John Greenleaf Whittier
hill, Noiseless between its banks of green From curve to curve it slips; The drowsy maple-shadows rRate it:

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The Beds of Fleur-de-Lys
Charlotte Perkins Stetson Gilman
close, salt-colored by the sea, Low curve on curve spread far to the cool sky, And, curving over thRate it:

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The Brook
Alfred Lord Tennyson
bays, I babble on the pebbles. With many a curve my banks I fret By many a field and fallow, ARate it:

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Roan Stallion
Robinson Jeffers
bed. He reaching his hands from it Felt the cool curve and firmness of her flank, and half rising cRate it:

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Your Face
Laulindah Shiku
to my mouth And do recall, every smile they curve Is mine. See the look in your eyes Windows to myRate it:

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BLOWING BUBBLES
Jesus Penaranda
of her facial features . Silently she sat as the curve of her neck flowed graceful on to the deep dRate it:

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The Soldier
Robert Frost
fall, they rip the grass, they intersect The curve of earth, and striking, break their own; They Rate it:

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A Song of Honour
Ralph Hodgson
place and time Upon a sigh, a blush, a vow, A curve or hue of cheek or brow, Borne up and off frRate it:

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The Riding of the Rebel
William Henry Ogilvie
touch of the fondling hand, As it followed the curve of his arching neck from wither to forehead-baRate it:

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Drought
William Henry Ogilvie
great flocks bleat their fear And follow the curve of the creeks burnt dry And the plains scorcheRate it:

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A Soldier
Robert Frost
fall, they rip the grass, they intersect The curve of earth, and striking, break their own; They maRate it:

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Anniversary Poem
John Greenleaf Whittier
in our Lord The rigid lines of law shall curve To spare us; from our heads shall swerve Its smitingRate it:

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A Different Meaning
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
may wobble and swerve and crayfish and curve It is all of it part of the game But you mustn't sayRate it:

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A Dilettante
Augusta Davies Webster
is our lesson: for, look there, that exquisite curve and cluster of rich leaves, emerald and shadRate it:

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A ho! A ho! (song )
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
the skies, With summer's music in their manes, Curve their fair necks to zephyr's reins, And urRate it:

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A Mother In Egypt
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
nor waken; So lightly, so whitely he lies in the curve of my arm, Like a feather let fall from the Rate it:

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A Passer-by
Robert Seymour Bridges
tackle and shrouding, From the proud nostril curve of a prow's line In the offing scatterest foamRate it:

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A Poem Sacred to the Memory of Sir Isaac Newton
James Thomson
wing pursu'd The comet through the long elliptic curve, As round innumerous worlds he wound his wayRate it:

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A Reading Of Life--With The Persuader
George Meredith
the leader foot shall dip in stream: One arm at curve along a rounded thigh; Her firm new breasts eRate it:

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Adrift: A Brisbane River Reverie
George Essex Evans
rippling by; As, like a creeping snake, with curve and sweep The languid current steals past meadRate it:

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