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Psalm XIX: The Heavens Declare Thy Glory, Lord
Isaac Watts
The heavens declare thy glory, Lord, In every star thy wisdom shines; But when our eyes behold thy word, We read thy name in fairer lines. The rol...Rate it:

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The Dark Horse
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
this annoying and cloying restraint? Can't he declare when he counts up his hand? Some say he's mutRate it:

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Descriptive Jottings of London
William Topaz McGonagall
is a most stately monument I most solemnly declare, And towering defiantly very high, Which arrestsRate it:

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'Urry
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now, Ma-til-der! Ain't cher dressed yet? I declare, the girl ain't up! Last as ushul. Move yerself, you sleepy'-ead! Are you goin' to lie there l...Rate it:

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A mery Iest
Humfrey Gifford
troth (quoth shee) cham glad, Good scholler doe declare: Was not hee wroth, because I sent Him fromRate it:

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Acknowledgement
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
For us (and I blush while I speak I declare) The charming enchanters be-torture their hair Till geRate it:

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AN ANSWER IN THE BEHALF OF A WOMAN.
Henry Howard
and know, and take less charge in hand. And to declare more plain, the time flits not so fast, But Rate it:

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Beast and Man in India
Rudyard Kipling
saplings reeling in the path he trod, Declare his might--our lord the Elephant, Chief of the ways Rate it:

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Billys 'Square Affair'
Henry Lawson
rumour’d that the Gory B.’s had heard Long Bill declare That he would turn respectable and wed a ‘sRate it:

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Blood And The Moon
William Butler Yeats
thought's crowned powers he called them once. I declare this tower is my symbol; I declare This winRate it:

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Custer
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
to thy songs, Before the Indian's crimes declare his wrongs; Before effects, wherein all horrors Rate it:

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Jottings of New York
William Topaz McGonagall
the air-- And also beautiful black swans, I do declare. And there's beautiful boats to be seen thRate it:

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Metaphors of a Magnifico
Wallace Stevens
into a village. This is old song That will not declare itself . . . Twenty men crossing a bridge,Rate it:

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Presented To The King, At His Arrival In Holland, After The Discovery Of The Conspiracy. 1696
Matthew Prior
Shield; When Pow'r Divine did Sov'reign Right declare; And Cannons mark'd, Whom They were bid to spRate it:

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The Black Watch Memorial
William Topaz McGonagall
Brass Band, which discoursed sweet music I do declare; Also military officers and the magistrates oRate it:

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The Bumboat Woman's Story
William Schwenck Gilbert
I never yet heard a BUN say anything wrong, I declare. When Jack Tars meet, they meet with a "MessRate it:

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The Burial of Mr. Gladstone
William Topaz McGonagall
His Royal Highness the Duke of York, I do declare. George Armitstead, Esq., was there also, And LRate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE PRIORESSES TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
konnyng is so wayk, O blisful queene, For to declare thy grete worthynesse, That I ne may the weighRate it:

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The Destroying Angel
William Topaz McGonagall
vowing vengeance against the publicans, I do declare. Then the Angel cried with a solemn voice alRate it:

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The Funeral of the German Emperor
William Topaz McGonagall
and other princes in their order I do declare. And as the procession passes the palace the blindsRate it:

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The Hall Of Justice
George Crabbe
not so my crimes; The age which these sad looks declare, Is Sorrow's work, it is not Time's, And I Rate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 1 D (Raymond's departure)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
hall, and there He heard the herald's words declare The inroad on her lands, the wrong The lonely CRate it:

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The Truth
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
sight away. It is a lie — just that, a lie — to declare That Wages are the worth of Work. No; they Rate it:

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A Winter Ride
Amy Lowell
Who shall declare the joy of the running! Who shall tell of the pleasures of flight! Springing and spurning the tufts of wild heather, Sweeping,...Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene, Book VI, Canto X
Edmund Spenser
The which as commeth now, by course I will declare. v One day as he did raunge the fields abRate it:

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