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Lament for Zenocrate
Christopher Marlowe
sentinels to warn th'immortal souls, To entertain divine Zenocrate. Apollo, Cynthia, and the ceaselRate it:

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La Solitude de St. Amant /La Solitude A Alcidon /
Katherine Philips
In melting notes, her case forlorn, To entertain me, hath confess'd. O! how agreeable a sight TRate it:

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Had All Your So-Called Manliness Died?
Nikhil Parekh
the Godly bodies of small children; just to entertain the treacherously chauvinistic high society; Rate it:

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The Guest House
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
comes As an unexpected visitor. Welcome and entertain them all! Even if they're a crowd of sorrowsRate it:

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Yaksha
Friend of Yakshsa
That is a nice boulder. I guess, you don't entertain much, do you? I like my privacy. You knoRate it:

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PARENTS
Odey-Agba Itite Emmanuel
afford themselves, they give us. Ever ready to entertain our worries. The prodigal ones among us, tRate it:

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A Retir'd Friendship
Katherine Philips
one another's hearts we live. We should we entertain a feare? Love cares not how the world is turnRate it:

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Of Bronze—and Blaze
Emily Dickinson
are Menagerie— But their Completeless Show Will entertain the Centuries When I, am long ago, An IslRate it:

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Proem
Giovanni Boccaccio
friend and his commendable consolations, that I entertain a very solid conviction that to them I owRate it:

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A boy And Watchmaker
John Bunyan
as good again, Would not with time and tide you entertain. Comparison. This boy an emblem is of aRate it:

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A Hymn To Love
Robert Herrick
they sit wringing Their hands for pain, I'll entertain The wounds of love with singing. With floweRate it:

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A HYMN TO THE GRACES
Robert Herrick
of it! Clean my rooms, as temples be, To entertain that deity; Give me words wherewith to woo, SuppRate it:

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A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON
Robert Herrick
hast learnt thy train With heart and hand to entertain; And by the arms-full, with a breast unhid, Rate it:

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A Pastoral Dialogue - II
Anne Killigrew
Gentle Nymph and Swaine, Good Melibæus us doth entertain With Lays Divine: if you'll his Hearers beRate it:

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A Plan The Muses Entertained
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
A PLAN the Muses entertain'd Methodically to impart To Psyche the poetic art; Prosaic-pure her soul remain'd. No wondrous sounds escaped her lyre...Rate it:

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A Spider and A Fly
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
like you in the world I only wanted to entertain you I had no personal gain in view You have comeRate it:

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A True Tale
Mary Barber
State. Some Comedies gave great Delight, And entertain'd them many a Night: Others could no AdmittRate it:

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A Vote (excerpt)
Abraham Cowley
of friends. Books should, not bus'ness, entertain the light, And sleep, as undisturb'd as deaRate it:

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Absence
Charles Harpur
is—radiantly serene! But long my fancy may not entertain These bright resemblances—for, lo, a cloudRate it:

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Advice To An Old Man of Sixty Three About To Marry a Girle of Sixteen
Thomas Flatman
his crazy brain, Kind thoughts of Love should entertain, That he, when Harvest comes should plow Rate it:

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Aglaia: A Pastoral
Nicholas Breton
the brook; So with all your sweetest powers Entertain her in your bowers; Where her ear may joy to Rate it:

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Amoretti LXVIII: Most Glorious Lord of Life
Edmund Spenser
like dear didst buy, With love may one another entertain. So let us love, dear love, like as weRate it:

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An Essay on Death and a Prison
Henry King
of his train. But he whom the kind earth hath entertain'd, Hath in her womb a sanctuary gain'd, Rate it:

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An Heroic Epistle of Hudibras To His Lady
Samuel Butler
nothing but the soul of man Is capable to entertain. For what can earth produce, but love To repreRate it:

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AN ODE OF THE BIRTH OF OUR SAVIOUR
Robert Herrick
Jews, they did disdain thee; But we will entertain thee With glories to await here, Upon thy princeRate it:

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