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Lord, Let Me Not Thy Courts Depart
Augustus Montague Toplady
Lord, let me not thy courts depart, Nor quit thy mercy-seat, Before I feel thee in my heart, And there the Saviour meet. Water the seed in weaknes...Rate it:

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Départ
Emile Verhaeren
La mer choque ses blocs de flots, contre les rocs Et les granits du quai, la mer démente, Tonnante et gémissante, en la tourmente De ses houles m...Rate it:

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Le départ
Guillaume Apollinaire
Et leurs visages étaient pâles Et leurs sanglots s'étaient brisés Comme la neige aux purs pétales Ou bien tes mains sur mes baisers Tombaient les f...Rate it:

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Le départ
Emile Verhaeren
Traînant leurs pas après leurs pas Le front pesant et le coeur las, S'en vont, le soir, par la grand'route, Les gens d'ici, buveurs de pluie, Léche...Rate it:

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On The Edge Of The Wilderness
William Morris
I name the land that flees from me? Let me depart, since ye are happy here. Puellae. What wilt tRate it:

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At Dawn
Alfred Noyes
the youthful splendour dies away; Came, only to depart Laughing across the gray-grown bitter sea?Rate it:

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Hymn to Intellectual Beauty
Percy Bysshe Shelley
dream. Love, Hope, and Self-esteem, like clouds depart And come, for some uncertain moments lent. Rate it:

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The Island: Canto II.
George Gordon Lord Byron
of their art! But feast to-night! to-morrow we depart. Strike up the dance! the Cava bowl fill highRate it:

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A Day At Tivoli - Prologue
John Kenyon
Fair blows the breeze—departdepart— And tread with me th' Italian shore; And feed thy soul with glorious art; And drink again of classic lore. Nor...Rate it:

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A Lover's Confession
Robert Fuller Murray
have no reason; But if the love I feel to-day Depart, `tis treason! If this depart, not once againRate it:

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A Song of Sighing
James Thomson
us, heart! Could it but a moment stay, Then depart, With the flutter of its wings Stirring sensRate it:

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eye sea hue : a love poem
Coral Atlas
wrath, eye sea hue as leaves of autumn with wind depart, as winters white arrives so softly still, Rate it:

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For All We Have and Are
Rudyard Kipling
steel and fire and stone. Though all we knew depart, The old commandments stand: "In courage keRate it:

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Fragment: Ye Gentle Visitations Of Calm Thought
Percy Bysshe Shelley
the weak winds enwrought,-- But that the clouds depart and stars remain, While they remain, and yeRate it:

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Gotham - Book III
Charles Churchill
Can the fond mother from herself depart? Can she forget the darling of her heart, The little darling whom she bore and bred, Nursed on her knees, a...Rate it:

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Greek Funeral Chant Or Myriologue
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
like a mountain-spring!-and couldst thou thus depart? Couldst thou depart, nor on my lips pour out Rate it:

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Hooray for May (Sontoum)
Leslie Alexis
The poison Ivy or bee’s precious pain Will soon depart like summertime parade. July is sad - abunRate it:

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I Cannot Love Thee!
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
With a gush like some wild river,-- 'Oh! depart, depart for ever!' But my faltering courage faiRate it:

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If, on a Quiet Sea
Augustus Montague Toplady
Thy will our own; And when the joys of sense depart, To live by faith alone, And when the joys of sRate it:

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Lewti, Or The Circassian Love-Chaunt
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
the form I loved. Image of Lewti! from my mind Depart; for Lewti is not kind. The Moon was high, tRate it:

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Now Finale To The Shore
Walt Whitman
and life, finale, and farewell! Now Voyager depart! (much, much for thee is yet in store;) OfRate it:

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Ode To Napoleon Buonaparte
George Gordon Lord Byron
with blood of Rome, Threw down the dagger--dared depart, In savage grandeur, home-- He dared departRate it:

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Of Godly Fear
John Bunyan
to thee. I will love them, saith God, and not depart From them, but put my fear within their heartRate it:

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On A Dissembler
William Strode
hart And lippes are joyn'd so neare, I would depart As quick as thought, and there forgett the wronRate it:

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Paraphrases from Scripture
Helen Maria Williams
yearning heart 'Bid the soft image of her child depart? 'She! whom strong instinct arms with strengRate it:

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