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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
Be not too forward, painter; 'tis More for thy fame, and art, to miss All other faces, than come near The Lady, that expecteth here. Be wise, a...Rate 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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Deep in a Yew-Sequestered Grove
Mathilde Blind
Deep in a yew-sequestered grove I sat and wept my heart away; A child came by at close of day With eyes as sweet as new-born love. He came fro...Rate it:

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The Dance of the Rain
Eugene Marais
Oh, the dance of our Sister! First, over the hilltop she peeps stealthily and her eyes are shy and she laughs softly From afar she begs with her on...Rate it:

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The Lily Bed
Isabella Valancy Crawford
His cedar paddle, scented, red, He thrust down through the lily bed; Cloaked in a golden pause he lay, Locked in the arms of the placid bay. ...Rate it:

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The Wage-Slaves
Rudyard Kipling
Oh, glorious are the guarded heights Where guardian souls abide-- Self-exiled from our gross delights-- Above, beyond, outside: An ampler arc t...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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The Day's Ration
Ralph Waldo Emerson
When I was born, From all the seas of strength Fate filled a chalice, Saying, This be thy portion, child; this chalice, Less than a lily's, thou sh...Rate it:

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Bright, o bright Fedalma
George Eliot
Maiden crowned with glossy blackness, Lithe as panther forest-roaming, Long-armed Naiad when she dances On a stream of ether floating, Bright, o br...Rate it:

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Tamar
Robinson Jeffers
I A night the half-moon was like a dancing-girl, No, like a drunkard's last half-dollar Shoved on the polished bar of the eastern hill-range, Young...Rate it:

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The Waggoner - Canto Second
William Wordsworth
IF Wytheburn's modest House of prayer, As lowly as the lowliest dwelling, Had, with its belfry's humble stock, A little pair that hang in air, Bee...Rate it:

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Address To A Haggis
Robert Burns
Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face, Great chieftain o' the puddin-race! Aboon them a' ye tak your place, Painch, tripe, or thairm: We...Rate it:

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A proper trewe idyll of camelot
Eugene Field
Whenas ye plaisaunt Aperille shoures have washed and purged awaye Ye poysons and ye rheums of earth to make a merrie May, Ye shraddy boscage of ye ...Rate it:

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Bullocky Bill
Edward George Dyson
FROM a river siding, the railway town, Or the dull new port there three days down, Forward and back on the up-hill track, With a creak of the jinke...Rate it:

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Fiddle-Dee-Dee
Eugene Field
There once was a bird that lived up in a tree, And all he could whistle was "Fiddle-dee-dee" - A very provoking, unmusical song For one to be whist...Rate it:

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Fragmentary Scenes From The Road To Avernus
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Scene I 'Discontent' LAURENCE RABY. Laurence: I said to young Allan M'Ilveray, Beside the swift swirls of the North, When, in lilac shot through ...Rate it:

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Gillespie.
Sir Henry Newbolt
Riding at dawn, riding alone, Gillespie left the town behind; Before he turned by the Westward road A horseman crossed him, staggering blind. 'The...Rate it:

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Greatest Art
Nikhil Parekh
The greatest art was not in clambering unsurpassably coldblooded mountains; with overwhelmingly poignant and adroit precision; barefoot, The grea...Rate it:

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