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A Short Discourse on Eternity
Michael Wigglesworth
that last for ever; And hear of fire that shall expire, or be extinguish'd never. Mark. 9:43, 44 Rate it:

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Lines Addressed To The Rev. J. T. Becher, On His Advising The Author To Mix More With Society
George Gordon Lord Byron
to go forth When infancy's years of probation expire, Perchance I may strive to distinguish my birRate it:

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Sandalphon. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The First)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of Wind and of Fire Chant only one hymn, and expire With the song's irresistible stress; Expire in Rate it:

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The Grave Of Howard
William Lisle Bowles
tide. Nor shall the spirit of those deeds expire, As fades the feeble spark of vital fire, But beamRate it:

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War And Peace—A Poem
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
the hurricane of war,— 'Be still!' 'Vengeance, expire! thy reign, ambition, cease! Beam, light of hRate it:

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I Speak Not, I Trace Not, I Breathe Not Thy Name
George Gordon Lord Byron
if thou wilt; But the heart which is thine shall expire undebased, And man shall not break it - whaRate it:

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The Sick Lion and the Ass
Jonathan Swift
appears! I'd rather far (by heav'n 'tis true) Expire by these than live by you: A kick from thee isRate it:

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When I Behold The Lark
Bernard de Ventadorn
be, Like young Narcissus, thus to sigh, And thus expire, beholding thee. Rate it:

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A Ballad of Burdens
Algernon Charles Swinburne
And living, watch the old lips and loves expire, And talking, tears shall takeRate it:

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A Ballad Of François Villon, Prince Of All Ballad-Makers
Algernon Charles Swinburne
attire And felt its tune on her changed lips expire, Writ foremost on the roll of them that came Rate it:

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A Black Patch On Lucasta's Face
Richard Lovelace
set on fire, And in these holy flames doth glad expire; And that black marble tablet there Rate it:

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A Crooked Looking Glass
James McIntyre
A maiden cried, ' Alas ! . With horror I'll expire, Unless you bring me That true glass I bought Rate it:

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A Forsaken Lady To Her False Servant That Is Disdained By His New Mistriss
Richard Lovelace
the fire Rav'd o're my purer thoughts I feel t' expire, And I am candied ice. Yee pow'rs! if e're Rate it:

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A Pastoral Dialogue - I
Anne Killigrew
thee admire, Can, nor before, nor with thy Life expire. From Heaven they are, and such as ne're canRate it:

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A quoi songeaient les deux cavaliers ...
Victor Marie Hugo
La nuit était fort noire et la forêt très-sombre. Hermann à mes côtés me paraissait une ombre. Nos chevaux galopaient. A la garde de Dieu ! Les ...Rate it:

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A Thousand Years
Gamaliel Bradford
is all I desire; That may still be heard, When I expire; That still may glow, Like a soft, sweet flRate it:

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Absent of Thee I Languish Still
Lord John Wilmot
peace and truth does flow, May I contented there expire, Lest, once more wandering from that heaveRate it:

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Ainsi Va le Monde
Mary Darby Robinson
renovated fire, Bid Envy shrink, and Ignorance expire. No more prim KNELLER'S simp'ring beauties Rate it:

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Amis, un dernier mot!
Victor Marie Hugo
agonise éventrée ; Quand l'Irlande saignante expire sur sa croix ; Quand Teutonie aux fers se débRate it:

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An answer to Various Bards
Andrew Barton Paterson
Duggan and Jack Denver, too, he caused them to expire, After which he cooked the gander of Jack DuRate it:

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An Elegie. On The Death Of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton, Only Sist
Richard Lovelace
as this fire That's fed no more: so willingly expire; Passe through the cold and obscure narrow wayRate it:

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An Elegie. On The Death Of Mrs. Cassandra Cotton, Only Sister To Mr. C. Cotton.
Richard Lovelace
as this fire That's fed no more: so willingly expire; Passe through the cold and obscure narrow wayRate it:

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An Essay on Death and a Prison
Henry King
So that lifes sorrows ratifi'd by God Cannot expire, or find their period, Until the soul and boRate it:

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An Invective Written By Mr. George Chapman Against Mr. Ben Jonson
George Chapman
fire Which, form'd in numbers, they in flames expire Not only flames kindled with their own bless'dRate it:

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At Tynemouth Priory
William Lisle Bowles
lyre, Waked by the breeze, and, as they mourn, expire! Rate it:

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