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Draw on, Sweet Night
John Wilbye
Draw on, Sweet Night, friend unto those cares That do arise from painful melancholy. My life so ill through want of comfort fares, that unto thee ...Rate it:

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Song IV: Draw Near and Behold Me
William Morris
Love is enough: draw near and behold me Ye who pass by the way to your rest and your laughter, And are full of the hope of the dawn coming after; F...Rate it:

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To the Painter Preparing to Draw M.M.H.
James Shirley
here. Be wise, and think it less disgrace To draw an angel, than her face; For in such forms, whRate it:

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Ho! Everyone That Thirsts, Draw Nigh
Charles Wesley
Ho! every one that thirsts, draw nigh! ('Tis God invites the fallen race) Mercy and free salvation buy; Buy wine, and milk, and gospel grace. Come...Rate it:

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All That Pass By, to Jesus Draw Near
Charles Wesley
All that pass by, To Jesus draw near, He utters a cry, Ye sinners, give ear! From hell to retrieve you He spreads out his hands; Now, now to receiv...Rate it:

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Draw-gloves
Robert Herrick
At draw-gloves we'll play, And prithee let's lay A wager, and let it be this : Who first to the sum Of twenty shall come, Shall have for his winnin...Rate it:

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Hymn III: All That Pass By, to Jesus Draw Near
John Wesley
All that pass by, To Jesus draw near, He utters a cry, Ye sinners, give ear! From hell to retrieve you He spreads out his hands; Now, now to receiv...Rate it:

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Hymn IV: Ho! Everyone That Thirsts, Draw Nigh
John Wesley
Ho! every one that thirsts, draw nigh! ('Tis God invites the fallen race) Mercy and free salvation buy; Buy wine, and milk, and gospel grace. Com...Rate it:

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Sonnet XXXIII: My Cares Draw
Samuel Daniel
My cares draw on mine everlasting night; In horror's sable clouds sets my life's sun; My life's sweet sun, my dearest comfort's light, Will rise...Rate it:

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The Wage-Slaves
Rudyard Kipling
men who merely do the work For which they draw the wage. From forge and farm and mine and bench,Rate it:

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Ford O' Kabul River
Rudyard Kipling
Kabul town's by Kabul river -- Blow the bugle, draw the sword -- There I lef' my mate for ever, Wet an' drippin' by the ford. Ford, ford, for...Rate it:

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Aspirants Three
Ambrose Bierce
orb, The type and symbol of my politics, Now draw my ebbing fortunes to their flood, As, by the magRate it:

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Cain and Abel
Rudyard Kipling
this year." And Cain he answered--"No! " "Then draw your hatches, my brother true, An' let a littlRate it:

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Coomera
Henry Lawson
the morrow— (Flask of Brandy); but we’d better draw the curtain o’er the rest. Yet, in case the poRate it:

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Floridian
Madison Julius Cawein
you were the flower, dear, And I the moth to draw you near, To draw you near to me, My dear, To draRate it:

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Last Instructions to a Painter
Andrew Marvell
our crimes thy skill presumes, As th' Indians, draw our luxury in plumes. Or if to score out our Rate it:

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Love is Enough: Songs I-IX
William Morris
the sea a dark wonder, . And this day draw a veil over all deeds passed over, . Yet theRate it:

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Marlburyes Fate
Benjamin Tompson
such an hue let many thousand thieves Be drawn like Scare-crows clad with oaken leaves, Exhausted oRate it:

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Parted Presence
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
your heart, Your heart that is always here. Oh draw me deep to its sphere, Though you and I are Rate it:

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The Blessed Virgin Compared to the Air We Breathe
Gerard Manley Hopkins
This air, which, by life’s law, My lung must draw and draw Now but to breathe its praise, Minds Rate it:

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The Frontier-Land
Roderic Quinn
YOU of the past, are you present? Draw nearer! my heart is sore. Was yours the fall of the foot in the hall? Was yours the face at the door? As I l...Rate it:

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The Magyar's New-Year-Eve
Sydney Thompson Dobell
And, like a fire from steep to steep, Draw, draw the dreadful swords whereon ye lean and weep! AndRate it:

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To A Young Lady
John Trumbull
truth's unalter'd law, Attempt your character to draw. I own indeed, that generous mind That weeps Rate it:

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Ye Jacobites By Name
Robert Burns
and a long, A weak arm and a strong, for to draw, for to draw! A weak arm and a strong, for to drRate it:

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The Mortal Lease
Edith Wharton
gains? II Because our kiss is as the moon to draw The mounting waters of that red-lit sea That ciRate it:

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