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How Many Demands...
Anna Akhmatova
How many demands the beloved can make! The woman discarded, none. How glad I am that today the water Under the colorless ice is motionless. And I ...Rate it:

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Love Demands
Kurt Philip Behm
we don’t, the end works out the same As love demands its pound of flesh —the lion never tamed (ViRate it:

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The Moment Demands
Kurt Philip Behm
being the noblest of causes —when the moment demands no less (Villanova Pennsylvania: April, 2Rate it:

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Man's Injustice Towards Providence
Anne Kingsmill Finch
How comes this Wealth? A Country Friend demands, Who scarce cou'd live on Product of his Lands. Rate it:

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Mine And Only Mine
Nikhil Parekh
of her existence to even the most infidel of my demands; every unfurling instant of her destined liRate it:

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The Maid Of Ocram, Or, Lord Gregory
John Clare
may none bind my yellow locks As death for all demands? You need not use no force at all, Your hardRate it:

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A Visionary Love
Ehsan Sehgal
goes nowhere She always stays with me She demands nothing Her perfect body figure And heavenly fragRate it:

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A Woman's Last Word
Robert Browning
if thou require it, Both demands, Laying flesh and spirit In thy hands. IX. That shall be toRate it:

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Egotist
Ambrose Bierce
and queer, And we cannot have, when the speaker demands To know how every member stands, A man who Rate it:

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Godly Parents
Nikhil Parekh
outside; to pacify my list of ever augmenting demands, You were the ones who defended me against Rate it:

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I Know How To Live
Ehsan Sehgal
my love, My love is not a business I am far from demands All difficulties are powerless That cry atRate it:

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Laugh, laugh at all my dreams!
Shaul Tchernichovsky
man, At my belief in you. Freedom still my soul demands, Unbartered for a calf of gold. For still Rate it:

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A British PHILIPPIC
Mark Akenside
Muse Aspire with rapid Wing? Her Country's Cause Demands her Efforts; at that sacred Call She summoRate it:

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An Hymn To The Morning
Phillis Wheatley
pour the notes along, For bright Aurora now demands my song. Aurora hail, and all the thousand diRate it:

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Disguises
Thomas Edward Brown
the blast We go, Our Captain last— Demands ‘Who fired that shot?’ Each silent standsRate it:

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Lead Soldiers
Amy Lowell
and some quick commands Really make severe demands On a mind that's none too rapid, Leaden brains tRate it:

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Lancan vei per mei la landa
Bernard de Ventadorn
who is so haughty towards me, for if my heart demands something of her she doesn't wish to speak evRate it:

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A Fable
Jane Taylor
the essence pale and watery lay ;-- The sage demands his treasure with dismay ; They search the cruRate it:

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A Few Remarks on Goats, Asses and the Dead Hand
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
class of elderly girls and boys Whose state demands some sign or symbol To push an idea or a princiRate it:

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A Legend of Truth
Rudyard Kipling
gentle deeds, and I complied, And they, and thy demands, were satisfied. But this--" she pointed o'Rate it:

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A Liz Town Humorist
James Whitcomb Riley
here to tell all hands Them p'serves meets my demands!' I chawed on. And White he says--, 'Well, IRate it:

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A Pastoral Entertainment
James Thomson
cull'd from the Is all the my humble muse demands. Now blithsome shepherds, by the early dawn, TRate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book III
Edward Young
below, I next presume to sing. What yet remains Demands my last, but most exalted, strains. And letRate it:

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A Postscript unto the Reader
Michael Wigglesworth
been his foes? What wilt thou answer unto his demands, When he requires a reason at thy hands Of alRate it:

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An Adventure in the Life of King James V of Scotland
William Topaz McGonagall
sir, I wish to know who you are," the King demands. "My name, sir, is John Howieson, a bondsman on Rate it:

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