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I Live, I Die, I Burn, I Drown
Delmira Agustini
I live, I die, I burn, I drown I endure at once chill and cold Life is at once too soft and too hard I have sore troubles mingled with joys Sudden...Rate it:

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I Live, I Die, I Burn, I Drown
Louise Labe
I live, I die, I burn, I drown I endure at once chill and cold Life is at once too soft and too hard I have sore troubles mingled with joys Sudden...Rate it:

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On the Memory of Mr. Edward King, Drown'd in the Irish Seas
John Cleveland
us compound, One Vatican was burnt, another drown'd. We of the gown our libraries must toss TRate it:

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The Reckoning
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
and groans of anguish Thou to-day in joy hast drown'd. SOLO. Why, young orphan, all this wailingRate it:

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A Triolet
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
of Homoeopathy in restoring one apparently drowned. Love, that in a tear was drown'd, Lives revivRate it:

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Le Léthé (Lethe)
Charles Baudelaire
aggravates the punishment. I shall suck, to drown my rancor, Nepenthe and the good hemlock From Rate it:

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Les Noyades
Algernon Charles Swinburne
all the ways and the waves waxed red: Bound and drowned, slaying two by two, Maidens and young men,Rate it:

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Three Songs To The Same Tune
William Butler Yeats
cavem, crevice, hole, Defending Ireland's soul. 'Drown all the dogs,' said the fierce young woman, Rate it:

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The Sprig of Moss
William Topaz McGonagall
which shone on the water blue, He cried, I will drown myself, and bid this harsh world adieu. BesRate it:

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A Dramatic Poem
William Butler Yeats
these rascal billows into women That I may drown myself? First Sailor. Better steer home, Whether hRate it:

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Bianca's Dream - A Venetian Story
Thomas Hood
blood; And so poor Sappho when her boy was cold, Drown'd her salt tear drops in a salter flood, TheRate it:

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Cares
Victor James Daley
HAVING certain cares to drown, To the sea I took them down: And I threw them in the wave, That engulfed them like a grave. Swiftly then I plied ...Rate it:

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Doctor B. Of Tears
Sir Henry Wotton
mine eyes in tears, and grief, Are justly drown'd: but, that those tears Should comfort bring, is pRate it:

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Don't Love Me Like That
Nikhil Parekh
each cranny of your immaculately sparkling skin; drown myself in your enchanting visage; keeping yoRate it:

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Dylan
Robert William Service
not by pistol, poison, knife,-- Drown, drown in wine! Rate it:

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La Muse Malade (The Sick Muse)
Charles Baudelaire
urn? did the mad fist of despot nightmare try to drown thee where the fiends of hell sojourn? I woRate it:

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Liminary
Christopher John Brennan
in her gaze, such depths of slumbrous passion drown my breath, but where the charmed shadow clingRate it:

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Lines
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
I madly sought, With ev'ry nerve bestirred, To drown for aye the demon, thought,-- But, ah! he _wouRate it:

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Moon-Struck
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
outpour The bright white moon-rays--ah! I drown, I drown, And o'er the flood, with steady motion,Rate it:

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Mr. William Crowe’s Address To Her Majesty, Turned Into Metre
Jonathan Swift
ye think to swim through me, and that I'll not drown ye? Who have ravish'd, and murder'd, and play'Rate it:

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On My Aunt Mrs. A. K.
Anne Killigrew
Drown'd under London-bridge, in the Queens Bardge, Anno 1641 The Darling of a Father Good and Wise, The Vertue, which a Vertuous Age did prize; Th...Rate it:

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Snatch Me instead
Nikhil Parekh
and trap me instead, If you were going to drown her in the swirling and ferocious waves of the ocRate it:

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Sonnets LLXXI:LXXII:LXXIII: The Choice
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
the glass thy fingers glow like gold. We'll drown all hours: thy song, while hours are toll'd, ShalRate it:

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Tam O' Shanter
Robert Burns
that late or soon, Thou wad be found, deep drown'd in Doon, Or catch'd wi' warlocks in the mirk, Rate it:

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Tam O'Shanter
Robert Burns
that, late or soon, Thou would be found deep drown'd in Doon; Ot catch'd wi' warlocks in the mirk, Rate it:

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