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The Beech Tree
Edith Nesbit
a year, Whose lamp of lighted love so soon was dimmed. You have seen them come and go, And heard thRate it:

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Isabella Valancy Crawford
We'll speak not of it, Curtius. When I had dimmed thy shield with kissing it I went between the olRate it:

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Good-Bye, Little Cabin
Robert William Service
rafters are scribbled with adage and rhyme, And dimmed with tobacco and dream. "Each day has its laRate it:

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He Tells Of The Perfect Beauty
William Butler Yeats
O CLOUD-PALE eyelids, dream-dimmed eyes, The poets labouring all their days To build a perfect beauty in rhyme Are overthrown by a woman's gaze And...Rate it:

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Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? (Sonnet 18)
William Shakespeare
heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimmed; And every fair from fair sometime declines,Rate it:

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Edwin Arlington Robinson
him, as he went, with houndish glee, Till his dimmed eyes for us did overflow; We cursed his vengRate it:

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The Faerie Queene, Book VI, Canto X
Edmund Spenser
Calidore did vew? The glaunce whereof their dimmed eies would daze, That never more they shouRate it:

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A Better Ressurection
Christina Georgina Rossetti
look left, I dwell alone; I lift mine eyes, but dimmed with grief No everlasting hills I see; My liRate it:

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A Little Child Shall Lead Them
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
words smite her ear; Nor her eyes in death dimmed slumber Would ever shed a tear. "What means tRate it:

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A Reading Of Life--The Test Of Manhood
George Meredith
disguise, Through those blood-cataracts which dimmed his eyes, His army's foe, condemned to strive Rate it:

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A Summer Afternoon
James Whitcomb Riley
open glade, The forest lies, a silhouette design Dimmed through and through with shade. A dreamy dRate it:

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Abraham’s Sacrifice
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
no victim is near,” But with heavy sigh and tear-dimmed eye, In accents sad though clear, Abraham aRate it:

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Aedh Tells of a Valley Full of Lovers
William Butler Yeats
With her cloud-pale eyelids falling on dream-dimmed eyes: I cried in my dream ‘O women bid the yoRate it:

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Ailsie, My Bairn
Eugene Field
the cruel wrang, That has faded your cheek and dimmed your ee; And never a word of the fause, fausRate it:

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An Autumn Evening At Murray Bay
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
am I standing, gazing from the window pane, Dimmed and blurred with heavy plashes of the fast desceRate it:

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An Old Song Re-sung
Padraic Colum
hers, All by a fire of amber coal Your blades be dimmed! I'd whisper her, And take her for a midnigRate it:

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At Twilight
Harriet Monroe
proudly she moves on, singing Up the storm-dimmed track of time— Road dark and dire, Where each Rate it:

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Australia's Vision
Roderic Quinn
thou, whose eyes are eagle-keen, Nor dimmed with old regrets; Are yonder shapes but spectral reeds,Rate it:

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Charles Stuart Calverley
for a pewter pot! 83 How had the mists that dimmed his eye been riven, 84 And Lycidas and sRate it:

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Bryant On His Birthday
John Greenleaf Whittier
keys Its cunning keeps at life's full span; But, dimmed and dwarfed, in times like these, The poet Rate it:

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But What To Do With This Heart
Nikhil Parekh
But what to do with this heart; whose beats dimmed to a lackadaisical singleton in the entire day;Rate it:

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Captive of the White City, The *
Ina D. Coolbrith
Place, And there to her sudden gaze, Dimmed with her widow’s tears, After the terrible yRate it:

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Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Were our vision clearer far, In this sin-dimmed world of ours, Would we not more thankful be FRate it:

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De Profundis
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
bright hours of the day With hourly love, is dimmed away— And yet my days go on, go on. II The Rate it:

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Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
times of hope were cast in shade And pleasure dimmed by longing, For it was then an evil genius BegRate it:

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