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Jerusalem: I see the Four-fold Man, The Humanity in deadly sleep
William Blake
I see the Four-fold Man, The Humanity in deadly sleep And its fallen Emanation, the Spectre and its cruel Shadow. I see the Past, Presen...Rate it:

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Silence Most Deadly
Kurt Philip Behm
nothing, speaks loudest of all The quiet most deadly —when falsehood befalls (Villanova PennRate it:

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The Dance Of The Seven Deadly Sins
William Dunbar
he, now wha begins: With that the foul Seven Deadly Sins Begoud to leap at anis. And first of all iRate it:

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The Deadly Dummy
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'It's the dummy wot done it,' said Bleary Bill. 'As a child I was out o' luck. A kid in me pram, that's wot I am When they gimme the thing to suck....Rate it:

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Johnson’s Antidote
Andrew Barton Paterson
the serpents are in millions, all of the most deadly stamp; Where the station-cook in terror, nearRate it:

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The Female of the Species
Rudyard Kipling
and nail, For the female of the species is more deadly than the male. When Nag, the wayside cobraRate it:

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The Box
Lascelles Abercrombie
lightly on before. Don't fiddle with this deadly box,Or break the chains, or pick the locks. And Rate it:

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A Destiny
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
Of sunset red; and then so white a hue, So deadly pale, it seem'd as if no blush Through that trRate it:

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Damon vs. Pythias
William Schwenck Gilbert
really were appalled To see their deadly hate. One junior rose - with eyeballs tense, And swollen Rate it:

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Hymn To Death
William Cullen Bryant
king Of terrors, and the spoiler of the world, Deadly assassin, that strik'st down the fair, The loRate it:

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Muiopotmos, Or The Fate Of The Butterflie
Edmund Spenser
I SING of deadly dolorous debate, Stir'd vp through wrathfull Nemesis despight, Betwixt two mightie ones of great estate, Drawne into armes, and pr...Rate it:

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Anne Bradstreet
th' dust. Sister we are, yea twins we be, Yet deadly feud 'twixt thee and me, For from one fatheRate it:

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The Black Shawl
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
I stare, And my chill heart is tortured with deadly despair. When dreaming too fondly in creduloRate it:

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The Book of Urizen: Chapter V
William Blake
Immortal endur'd his chains, Tho' bound in a deadly sleep. 2. All the myriads of Eternity: All theRate it:

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The Fate Of An Innocent Dog
George Moses Horton
he spied, A creature welt'ring on its side, A deadly wounded sheep, alas! A deadly wounded sheepRate it:

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The Flesh and the Spirit
Anne Bradstreet
dust. Sister we are, yea twins we be, Yet deadly feud 'twixt thee and me, For from one fatRate it:

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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Canto I
Sir Walter Scott
bower that was guarded by word and by spell, Deadly to hear, and deadly to tell- Jesu Maria, shieRate it:

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The Perfect Marriage
Vachel Lindsay
none; Of the two cups free love at last the deadly one). II We grant our meetings will be tame, nRate it:

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The Prophecy Of St. Oran: Part III
Mathilde Blind
doth His anger burn. Brethren, some secret deadly sin there is Known to the Lord for which we suffeRate it:

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The Skyline Riders
Henry Lawson
must die and the dead were left Unmarked by the deadly tired— When struck to the heart in a firing Rate it:

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Uncle Ned’s Tale: An Old Dragoon's Story
John Boyle O'Reilly
telling of some desperate ride or close and deadly fight! But oft I noticed, in the midst of some wRate it:

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Young Benjie
Andrew Lang
wha has done thee wrang, sister, Or dared the deadly sin? Wha was sae stout, and fear'd nae dout, ARate it:

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A Double Standard
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
kiss The serpent's wiles, nor even hear The deadly adder hiss? Can you blame me that my heart grewRate it:

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Henry Howard
every look these cheeks might stain, From deadly pale to glowing red ; By outward signs appeared Rate it:

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For Valour
John Le Gay Brereton
from her heroic brow The smothering shroud of deadly peace, And laughs to sniff the morning air, AnRate it:

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