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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 04
Sa di
returned from their excursion with their booty, divested themselves of their arms, put away their pRate it:

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Ch 04 On The Advantages Of Silence Story 10
Sa di
and recited a panegyric but he ordered him to be divested of his robe. As the poor man was departinRate it:

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Conversation
William Cowper
fruitful, and no longer green; The sapless wood, divested of the bark, Grows fungous, and takes firRate it:

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Departing Summer
George Moses Horton
The orchard bows her fruitless head, As one divested of her store; Or like a queen whose train Rate it:

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Division Of An Estate
George Moses Horton
It well bespeaks a man beheaded, quite Divested of the laurel robe of life, When every member struggles for its base, The head; the power of ord...Rate it:

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Greatest Love
Nikhil Parekh
to the lives of all those; unfortunately divested of mesmerizing fortunes; tragically lambasted by Rate it:

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Hymn of Sovereign Grace
Augustus Montague Toplady
with sacrilegious pride, I rob thee of thy due. Divested of my fancied plumes, I throw me at thy fRate it:

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Oak Creek Canyon Echo
Kurt Philip Behm
want to write congested And ingested, Not divested of that Which causes me to feel and to think ThRate it:

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On Spring
George Moses Horton
and flow Along the valley, sweet and slow; Divested fields be gay: Ye drooping forests bloom on higRate it:

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Paradiso: Canto I
Dante Alighieri
returnest.' If of my former doubt I was divested By these brief little words more smiled than spoRate it:

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The Heavy Dragoon
William Schwenck Gilbert
BISHOP OF SODOR AND MAN - The dash of a D'ORSAY, divested of quackery - Narrative powers of DICKENSRate it:

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The Testimony Of Divine Adoption
William Cowper
nature there, And life assumes a tranquil air, Divested of its woes; There sovereign goodness soothRate it:

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The Wayfarer
Padraic Colum
drawn and now Is vibrant on the air The half-divested, trembling trees of his Bright presence are Rate it:

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To Marion
George Gordon Lord Byron
things than sneering: Of soothing compliments divested, Advice at least's disinterested; Such is myRate it:

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True And Immortal Lover.
Nikhil Parekh
my lackadaisically amorphous lips; which were divested of the tiniest affinity since decades immemoRate it:

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