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A Beautiful Flower Display
Mario William Vitale
A beautiful flower display a touch at the heart will light it's inner spark for what we are waiting for with faces in the window having storm...Rate it:

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Masks On Display
Kurt Philip Behm
feel A mirage of old theories, their masks on display Do ideas have substance —beyond what we sayRate it:

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Pathos Of Love
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
not appear among strangers The theatre of your display is concealed under the veil The modern audiRate it:

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Tale III
George Crabbe
landlord,' they. Fix'd in his farm, he soon display'd his skill In small-boned lambs, the horse-hoeRate it:

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Vision Of Columbus - Book 8
Joel Barlow
ray, All human arts and reason's powers display? That mad opinions, sects and party strife Might fiRate it:

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Elegy XV. In Memory of a Private Family in Worcestershire
William Shenstone
breast the virtues sprung so fair, Such charms display'd, such sweets diffused around. But whilst Rate it:

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Elegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit
William Shenstone
degree; Let meekness join'd its temperate beam display; 'Tis the mild verdure that endears the treeRate it:

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Elegy XX. He Compares His Humble Fortune With the Distress of Others
William Shenstone
friendship, heals his wound. Let vacant bards display their boasted woes; Shall I the mockery of gRate it:

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From 'The Book Of Prayers
Kurt Philip Behm
Love On Display You come to the Lord in only one way On wings of forgiveness —love on display (Villanova Pennsylvania: March, 2015)Rate it:

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Lines On Marle Field
James Thomson
grove, Where spreading trees a checker'd scene display, Partly admitting and excluding day; WherRate it:

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Ode IV: To The Honourable Charles Townshend In The Country
Mark Akenside
here my friend in white array, Oh fail not to display Each fairer scene where I perchance had part,Rate it:

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Ode XVIII: To The Right Honourable Francis Earl Of Huntington
Mark Akenside
walks of Time, Where'er the Muse her power display'd, With joy have listen'd and obey'd. For taughtRate it:

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On The Pleasures Of College Life
George Moses Horton
if cast away, Without the blooms of study to display. Beware, ye college birds, again beware, AnRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 8
Ludovico Ariosto
his dog obey. Rogero scorns his faulchion to display. VIII The servant made at him, and smote him Rate it:

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Prologue from Preparatory Meditations Before My Approach to The Lord's Supper
Edward Taylor
the crystal sky? Imbosom in't designs that shall display And trace into the boundless deity? Yea, hRate it:

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Retirement
William Cowper
born to obey. Then sweet to muse upon his skill display’d (Infinite skill) in all that he has madeRate it:

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Sketches In The Exhibition
William Lisle Bowles
Noah's ark, and Cranford bridge! Some that display the elegant design, The lucid colours, and the fRate it:

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Song
Charles Harpur
good in man’s story; Not to that mockery, royal display, Nor that Juggernaut, national glory! Rate it:

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Te Deum
John Dryden
songs supply. Both heaven and earth thy majesty display; They owe their beauty to thy glorious ray.Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter X: Clubs And Social Meetings
George Crabbe
us at our leisure placed, Enjoying freedom, and displaying taste: With wisdom cheerful, temperatelyRate it:

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The Convocation: A Poem
Richard Savage
Purpose say, And for the Church thy warmest Zeal display! An Erring Prelate let thy Lays proclaim, Rate it:

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The Fan : A Poem. Book I.
John Gay
sultry day. Not the wide fan by Persian dames display'd, Which o'er their beauty casts a grateful Rate it:

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The Haunted Beach
Mary Darby Robinson
Sea-weeds gath'ring near the door, A sombre path display'd; And, all around, the deaf'ning roar, ReRate it:

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The pilgrimage to Mecca
George Canning
survey'd By Albion's flag on Calpe's rock display'd, From Tunis, rais'd on Byrsa's wreck, they coRate it:

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The Pleasures of Imagination: Book The Fourth
Mark Akenside
secret laws Which bind them to each other: and display By forms, or sounds, or colours, to the sensRate it:

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