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Beachy Head
Charlotte Smith
are the toys of Nature; and her sport Of little estimate in Reason's eye: And they who reason, wiRate it:

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A Coffin—is a Small Domain
Emily Dickinson
single Friend— Circumference without Relief— Or Estimate—or End— Rate it:

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A King's Soliloquy [On the Night of His Funeral]
Thomas Hardy
what left undone, Figures out clear. Yet in the estimate of such It grieves me more That I by someRate it:

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A Problem in Dynamics
James Clerk Maxwell
of using da to serve at your Pleasure to estimate ds’s curvature. For Vn into mass of a unit of chaRate it:

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All forgot for recollecting
Emily Dickinson
accounted than An unknown Esteem possessing— Estimate—Who can— Home effaced—Her faces dwindled— NaRate it:

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As by the dead we love to sit
Emily Dickinson
all the rest are here— In broken mathematics We estimate our prize Vast—in its fading ration To ouRate it:

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August
Boris Pasternak
the government Death gazed on my pale face to estimate How large a grave would suit my measurement.Rate it:

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Blind
James Whitcomb Riley
blent in a love too great For words of mine to estimate. And though among my pupils she Whose love Rate it:

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Book Thirteenth [Imagination And Taste, How Impaired And Restored Concluded]
William Wordsworth
which upon ourselves Ourselves entail.' Such estimate to frame I chiefly looked (what need to lookRate it:

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Fidelity
William Wordsworth
that strength of feeling, great Above all human estimate! Rate it:

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Four Score
Sir Henry Parkes
I see the signal, hear the call, Can calmly estimate the rise and fall Of moth-like mortals in thRate it:

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Homage To Sextus Propertius - X
Ezra Pound
not know what boys, And I am afraid of numerical estimate, And some of them shook little torches, aRate it:

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Honours - Part1
Jean Ingelow
and his of equal girth— O liberal estimate! And yet it is so; he is bound to me, FRate it:

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Hymn XXIV: Saviour, If Thy Precious Love
John Wesley
I say, Yield thee up, and ask no more: What thy estimate may be, Only can by him be told Who, to raRate it:

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Hymn XXIV: Saviour, If Thy Precious Love
Charles Wesley
I say, Yield thee up, and ask no more: What thy estimate may be, Only can by him be told Who, to raRate it:

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If anybody's friend be dead
Emily Dickinson
Interview, and Vow— Past what Ourself can estimate— That—makes the Quick of Woe! Rate it:

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Kaiser and Co. Or Hoch der Kaiser
Alexander MacGregor Rose
[Being Wilhelm der Grosser's estimate of himself and partner, translated from the original Hoch-deutsch.] Der Kaiser auf der Vaterland Und Gott on...Rate it:

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Little Oliver
William Schwenck Gilbert
would not wish to give you pain; Your pangs I estimate minutely, - I, too, have loved, and loved inRate it:

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Metropolitan Nightmare
Stephen Vincent Benet
the flamingo Flew into a meeting of the Board of Estimate, The new Mayor acted at once and called tRate it:

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No Other can reduce
Emily Dickinson
Nought Our Single Competition Jehovah's Estimate. Rate it:

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Percival Sharp
Edgar Lee Masters
is your horn and your angel and your family's estimate. It is all very well, but for myself I know Rate it:

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She staked her Feathers—Gained an Arc
Emily Dickinson
an Arc— Debated—Rose again— This time—beyond the estimate Of Envy, or of Men— And now, among CircuRate it:

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Sumner
John Greenleaf Whittier
not just? Was any wronged By that assured self-estimate? He took but what to him belonged, UnenviouRate it:

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The Admirations—and Contempts—of time
Emily Dickinson
Tomb— The Dying—as it were a Height Reorganizes Estimate And what We saw not We distinguish clear— Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter VIII: Trades
George Crabbe
priest (the Christian scholar!) finds 'What estimate is made by vulgar minds; He sees his brotherRate it:

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