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Riches I hold in light esteem
Emily Jane Brontë
Riches I hold in light esteem And Love I laugh to scorn And lust of Fame was but a dream That vanished with the morn– And if I pray, the only praye...Rate it:

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The Vanities Of Life
John Clare
seem? It may in folly's eyes, But not in worth's esteem, When all that thou canst ask, And all thatRate it:

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A Pastoral Dialogue - II
Anne Killigrew
use them, or with what regard Our Faith and high Esteem they will reward: For few are found, that Rate it:

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Catharina
William Cowper
pleasure, alas!)-- But has left a regret and esteem That will not so suddenly pass. The last eveniRate it:

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From The First Act Of The Aminta Of Tasso
Anne Kingsmill Finch
should esteem all as Enemies, Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 02 - part 05
Torquato Tasso
this land, this town, and you, All hard assays esteem I eath and light, Great acts I reach to, to sRate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
Sir Thomas Wyatt
true it is that I have always meant Less to esteem them than the common sort, Of outward things thaRate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
David McKee Wright
true it is that I have always meant Less to esteem them than the common sort, Of outward things thaRate it:

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Satyr III. Virtue
Thomas Parnell
of particulars. All men do Sporus very chast esteem But does he rule his will or nature him What hRate it:

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Tale IV
George Crabbe
happy dream Will turn to scorn, indiff'rence, or esteem: Some favour'd pairs, in this exchange, areRate it:

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Tale XI
George Crabbe
very notice some respect would cause, And her esteem was honour and applause. Men she avoided; not Rate it:

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The Pang More Sharp Than All. An Allegory
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
of his foster-dame:-- The one a steady lad (Esteem he hight) And Kindness is the gentler sister's nRate it:

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A Song to David
Christopher Smart
God's good poor, which, last and least In man's esteem, Thou to Thy feast, O blessèd Bridegroom, bRate it:

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Channing
Amos Bronson Alcott
If learning ’s yours,—gifts God doth least esteem,— Beyond all gifts was his transcendent view:Rate it:

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In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess, Queen ELIZABETH
Anne Bradstreet
of a loyal Brain. 1.15 Thy clemency did yerst esteem as much 1.16 The acclamations of the poorRate it:

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Olney Hymn 27: Welcome To The Table
William Cowper
souls, appear! The righteous in their own esteem Have no acceptance here. Approach, ye poor, noRate it:

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Written in Northampton County Asylum
John Clare
life, nor joys, But the huge shipwreck of my own esteem And all that’s dear. Even those I loved theRate it:

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'Tis true—They shut me in the Cold
Emily Dickinson
not my Witness hinder Them In Heavenly esteem— No Paradise could be—Conferred Through Their belovedRate it:

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Honour
Ada Cambridge
eyes. But let me fall not in mine own esteem, By poor deceit or selfish greed debased. LeRate it:

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Proem
Giovanni Boccaccio
it had come, I had much praise and high esteem, but nevertheless extreme discomfort and suffering, Rate it:

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R. S. S.
William Cowper
soul indulges; I confess the crime, (If to esteem, to covet such perfection Be criminal,) oh, grantRate it:

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The Temple of Friendship
Voltaire
generous, every friendly act; Favors in which esteem with friendship vied, Received not meanly, notRate it:

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Book Second [School-Time Continued]
William Wordsworth
tame the pride Of intellect and virtue's self-esteem? One is there, though the wisest and the bestRate it:

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To Chloe
Eugene Field
Chloe, you're no infant thing That should esteem a man an ogre; Let go your mother's apron-string, Rate it:

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'Tis Opposites—entice
Emily Dickinson
Blanketless— The Lost—Day's face— The Blind—esteem it be Enough Estate—to see— The Captive—stranglRate it:

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