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Deemed Poetic
Kurt Philip Behm
Things beyond description Deemed poetic lay…. ‘A golden oak On an October day’ ‘The perfect form Of a cresting wave’ ‘The laughter of toddlers As ...Rate it:

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Song VIII: While Ye Deemed Him A-Sleeping
William Morris
Love is enough: while ye deemed him a-sleeping, There were signs of his coming and sounds of his feet; His touch it was that would bring you to wee...Rate it:

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Pictures On Enamel
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
he loved. And so it came to pass That, when they deemed he slept, then one by one The watchers leftRate it:

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The Wanderer Looking Into Other Homes
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
children bless me when I die!' Little he deemed what bitterness was there, Who murmured thus hisRate it:

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: A Romaunt. Canto I.
George Gordon Lord Byron
CANTO THE FIRST I. Oh, thou, in Hellas deemed of heavenly birth, Muse, formed or fabled at the mRate it:

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Forever
Charles Stuart Calverley
'tis a single word! Our rude forefathers deemed it two: Can you imagine so absurd A viewRate it:

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Goldilocks And Goldilocks
William Morris
in the mirk, mirk wood, He saw sight that he deemed was good. It was as one sees a flower a-bloom Rate it:

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Ione
Paul Laurence Dunbar
the ground so lightly, He frowned in wrath and deemed her cold, But loved her still though he was oRate it:

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Long Ago
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
her hair. I gazed with worship in her eyes, And deemed her true and knew her fair. 'Good night,' IRate it:

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Monument Mountain
William Cullen Bryant
day. She loved her cousin; such a love was deemed, By the morality of those stern tribes, IncestuouRate it:

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On the Death of Adrienne Lecouvreur, A Celebrated Actress
Voltaire
a fault? Seine's [1] banks should now no more be deemed profane, Lecouvreur's sacred ashes there reRate it:

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The God Of The Poor
William Morris
the yoke. Deus est Deus pauperum. But Boncoeur deemed it would be vain To strive his guarded houseRate it:

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The Lily of the Valley
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
song might surrender its lute in despair. I deemed that I knew thee as none ever knew; That 'twaRate it:

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The Young Greek Odalisque
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
swayed him by, the dearest and the first,— He deemed it but the token of a timid gentle heart, ThatRate it:

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A Legend Of Tintagel Castle
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
every sunbeam that brightened the gloom, She deemed was the waving of Lancelot's plume; She knew noRate it:

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A November Note
Alfred Austin
lay We overheard him sing When dead hearts deemed him dead.'' Rate it:

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Indian Politics
Komal Vasudeva
person who works for betterment of majority Is deemed as fanatic by so-called saviours of minority Rate it:

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Mother's Day Proclamation
Julia Ward Howe
May be appointed and held at someplace deemed most convenient And the earliest period consistent Rate it:

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My Beloved Is Mine and I Am His
Francis Quarles
their diviner treasure, That treasure should be deemed a price too small To buy a minute's lease ofRate it:

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Revelation
Trim
gifted. Many remembered by history were not deemed ordinary, I guess "the odd kid" growsRate it:

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She dealt her pretty words like Blades
Emily Dickinson
a Nerve Or wantoned with a Bone— She never deemed—she hurt— That—is not Steel's Affair— A vulgar gRate it:

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Revelation
Trim
gifted. Many remembered by history were not deemed ordinary, I guess "the odd kid" growsRate it:

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Soul Unbound
Joe Giso
Pride, Envy, Anger, Jealousy All I deemed justified. When the human husk gave way, There was my SoRate it:

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From Love to Friendship
Voltaire
thinking with this age Suits not, can ne'er be deemed a sage. Let sprightly youth its follies gay, Rate it:

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Ignorance
Robert William Service
the golden days I played a gay guitar, And deemed a rose was just a rose, A star--a staRate it:

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