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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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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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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 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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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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'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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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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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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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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A Confidant Without Knowing It; Or The Stratagem
La Fontaine
to deem, Mere friendly ways that raised sincere esteem; And this alone she ardently desired, WithouRate it:

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A Fable
Jane Taylor
and charity, they find, With half a dram of self-esteem combined ; Labour, attached to energy of soRate it:

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A Funeral Elegy on the Death of The Lady Penelope Clifton
Francis Beaumont
any other way direct to thee Which Nature might esteem an enemy, Who would have chid thee? now it sRate it:

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