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Inscription for the Entrance to a Wood
William Cullen Bryant
Stranger, if thou hast learned a truth which needs No school of long experience, that the world Is full of guilt and misery, and hast seen Enoug...Rate it:

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On my Sister Joanna's Entrance into Her 33rd Year
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
On this thy natal day permit a friend - A brother - with thy joys his own to blend: In all gladness he would wish to share As willing in thy griefs...Rate it:

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An Artist
Robinson Jeffers
canyon was a sheer-walled crack winding at the entrance, but around its bend The walls grew dreadfuRate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 09
John Milton
Since Uriel, regent of the sun, descried His entrance, and foreworned the Cherubim That kept theRate it:

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The Raven
Edgar Allan Poe
repeating, ''Tis some visitor entreating entrance at my chamber door- Some late visitor entreRate it:

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Dream House
Nikhil Parekh
glass, remote controlled maneuvering of gate entrance, uniformed guards at several check-posts, Rate it:

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Less Time
Andre Breton
is on this side and, I add mischievously, the entrance, the re-entrance is on the other. You see whRate it:

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The Basket
Amy Lowell
My God, but you keep me starved! You write `No Entrance Here', over all the doors. Is it not strangRate it:

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The Foster Mother's Tale. A Dramatic Fragment
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Ter. But that entrance, Selma? Sel. Can no one hear? It is a perilous tale! Ter. No one. Sel. My husband's father told it me, Poor old Sesina -- a...Rate it:

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A Legend Of Tintagel Castle
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
and violets crowded beneath, And the ash at the entrance hung down like a wreath. They might have Rate it:

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I Love Thee
Thomas Hood
mellow lute upon those lips, Whose tender tones entrance; But most, dear heart of hearts, thy proRate it:

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Rejecting Your Fear
Kurt Philip Behm
I’ve always been good at making an entrance, while never choosing to stay I’ve always been good at passing through, and most often, forgetting...Rate it:

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Saša Milivojev - LABYRINTH
Saša Milivojev
the clock Time playing with me At each corridor entrance I decode the number I will die Sweat drippRate it:

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'Ave a 'eart!
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I knowed the run uv Foo's caboose? That back-way entrance, used fer Chiner's friends' Un'oly ends.Rate it:

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In Hospital
Boris Pasternak
in, mark upon mark. They gave him a bed by the entrance; No room in the ward could be found. StronRate it:

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The Haunted House
Thomas Hood
soul with dread, But through one gloomy entrance pointing mostly, The while some secret inspiRate it:

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Infanticide in Madagascar
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
perhaps in innocence, is laid in a narrow entrance to a village, or a fold, through which there is Rate it:

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A Bronze Head
William Butler Yeats
HERE at right of the entrance this bronze head, Human, superhuman, a bird's round eye, Everything else withered and mummy-dead. What great tomb-hau...Rate it:

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Proem
Giovanni Boccaccio
thereby a melancholy bred of amorous desire make entrance into their minds, it is like to tarry theRate it:

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A Christ-child Day in Australia
Ethel Turner
faint and reel, Does she but melt, stoop to entrance, They kiss her hem and kneel. AndRate it:

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A Fairy Tale
Amy Lowell
blare of trumpets, and the throng About the entrance parted as the guests Filed singly in with raRate it:

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A Garden By The Sea
William Morris
breath To seek within the jaws of death An entrance to that happy place, To seek the unforgottenRate it:

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A Greeting
John Greenleaf Whittier
their swords, her pen! To her who world-wide entrance gave To the log-cabin of the slave; Made all Rate it:

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A Masque Of Venice
Emma Lazarus
a bride, And her feet seem shod with wings, To entrance, For she leaps into a wild and rhythmic danRate it:

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A Postscript unto the Reader
Michael Wigglesworth
I stood Knocking at thy door, And been denied entrance evermore? How often hath my Spirit been withRate it:

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