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'Tis Opposites—entice
Emily Dickinson
'Tis Opposites—entice— Deformed Men—ponder Grace— Bright fires—the Blanketless— The Lost—Day's face— The Blind—esteem it be Enough Estate—to see— ...Rate it:

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Lines written as a School Exercise at Hawkshead, Anno Aetatis
William Wordsworth
rules perplex the weary mind; No shadowy forms entice the soul aside, Secure she walks, PhilosophRate it:

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A Lover's Lullaby
George Gascoigne
beguile; Let no fair face, nor beauty bright, Entice you eft with vain delight. And lullaby my Rate it:

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A Ninth Birthday
Algernon Charles Swinburne
glowing, Laugh more light when suns and winds entice. Noon and eve and midnight and cock-crowing, Rate it:

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A Spider and A Fly
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
the fly said to the spider, 'Sire, you should entice some simpleton thus This fly would never be pRate it:

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Affliction
George Herbert
When thou didst entice to thee my heart, I thought the service brave: So many joys I writ down for my part, Besides what I might have Out of my ...Rate it:

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Airlin's Fine Braes
Robert Burns
those women faure'er they may be, For they will entice you by puttin' on braw claes And send you a Rate it:

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Amours de Voyage, Canto II
Arthur Hugh Clough
seek, though we find, comprehend not, Here to entice and confuse, tempt and evade us, abide? LiveRate it:

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Amy Wentworth
John Greenleaf Whittier
full share, Let none upbraid us that the waves entice Thy sea-dipped pencil, or some quaint device,Rate it:

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An Ode
Richard Barnfield
he be addict to vice, Quickly him they will entice; If to women he be bent, They have at coRate it:

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Eclogue
John Donne
statue of ice, What could to countries solitude entice Thee, in this year's cold and decrepit timRate it:

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From Mount Gerizzim
John Bunyan
I shall lay out that poor help I have Thee to entice; that thou wouldst dearly fall In love with tRate it:

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Gascoigne's Lullaby
George Gascoigne
Let no fair face nor beauty bright 24 Entice you eft with vain delight. 25 And lullaby my Rate it:

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III. The Shadow Of Lilith
Christopher John Brennan
ensnared: for cunning she, the outcast, to entice to wake with her, remembering how she fared inRate it:

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King Bibler's Army
Henry Clay Work
head of the boat are the dashing lieutenants Who entice young recruits into line; Arm in arm, threeRate it:

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Like to the Clear in Highest Sphere
Thomas Lodge
which bounds she balm encloses, Apt to entice a deity: Heigh ho, would she were mine. Her neck, liRate it:

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Love's Servile Lot
Robert Southwell
then the poison kills the heart That did entice the taste. Her sleep in sin doth end in wrath, Rate it:

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On Gold
Jonathan Swift
raised me, I betray; And some give out that I entice To lust, to luxury, and dice. Who punishments Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act V
John Keats
have you. Whither wander those fair eyes To entice the Devil to your help, that he May change you tRate it:

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Our biggest fish
Eugene Field
than I may angle for that game-- May by his arts entice, entrap, and comprehend the same; Which, haRate it:

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Ronalds Of The Bennals, The
Robert Burns
Blackbyre wad gang through the fire, If that wad entice her awa, man. The Laird o' Braehead has beRate it:

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Rosalind: Like to the Clear in Highest Sphere
Thomas Lodge
which bounds she balm encloses, 19 Apt to entice a deity: 20 Heigh ho, would she were minRate it:

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Rosaline
Thomas Lodge
whose bounds she balm encloses Apt to entice a deity: Heigh ho, would she were mine! Her Rate it:

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Rural Morning
John Clare
he jolls, nor can the minstrel-throngs Entice him once to listen to their songs; Nor marks he once Rate it:

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Self–Diffidence
William Cowper
way, and leave our home! Spurious gems our hopes entice, While we scorn the pearl of price; And, prRate it:

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