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On a Columnar Self
Emily Dickinson
a Columnar Self— How ample to rely In Tumult—or Extremity— How good the Certainty That Lever cannoRate it:

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A Lost Chance
James Brunton Stephens
to bear it, Driven to minister to brutes in my extremity of need— Who shall say now it delights notRate it:

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A Promise
Ada Cambridge
unhelped, uncomforted, In mine own last extremity; No faithful lover by my bed To do what thou woulRate it:

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All Souls' Night
William Butler Yeats
He loved strange thought And knew that sweet extremity of pride That's called platonic love, And tRate it:

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Avising The Bright Beams
Sir Thomas Wyatt
fire and bridleth with ice. Thus is it in such extremity brought, In frozen thought, now and now itRate it:

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Avising The Bright Beams of These Fair Eyes
David McKee Wright
fire and bridleth with ice. Thus is it in such extremity brought, In frozen thought, now and now itRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 06
Sa di
population, which had been reduced to the last extremity by the king's oppression and scattered, noRate it:

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Dear Doctor, I have Read your Play
George Gordon Lord Byron
A dying person in compunction To try the extremity of unction. But peace be with her! for a woRate it:

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Employment (I)
George Herbert
me to some good, Before I were by frost's extremity Nipt in the bud; The sweetness and the praisRate it:

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Fragment II
Count Giacomo Leopardi
still, unto the coast Descended, so that one extremity The mountains touched, the other touched theRate it:

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Heaven & Hell
Mario William Vitale
shadows block her mere appearance of skeletal extremity blackened heart filled with stench with tRate it:

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Here Pause: The Poet Claims At Least This Praise
William Wordsworth
flow, and blood is spilt, And justice labours in extremity-- Forget thy weakness, upon which is buiRate it:

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Hope is the thing with feathers
Emily Dickinson
land, And on the strangest sea; Yet, never, in extremity, It asked a crumb of me. Rate it:

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I got so I could take his name
Emily Dickinson
think, they call it "God"— Renowned to ease Extremity— When Formula, had failed— And shape my HandRate it:

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I read my sentence—steadily
Emily Dickinson
Jury voted Him— I made my soul familiar—with her extremity— That at the last, it should not be a noRate it:

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Idea XX: An evil spirit, your beauty, haunts me still
Michael Drayton
then it me doth take, And tortures me in most extremity. Before my face it lays down my despaRate it:

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Lord and Lady Derby
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
rejected, and forthwith prepared for every extremity, saying, “That though a woman, and a stranger,Rate it:

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Lost in the Prairie
William Topaz McGonagall
what could they do in such a fearful extremity? Then their hearts began to sink with woe, In dreaRate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
Sir Thomas Wyatt
of colours of device To join the mean with each extremity, With the nearest virtue to cloak alway tRate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
David McKee Wright
of colours of device To join the mean with each extremity, With the nearest virtue to cloak alway tRate it:

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Ogrin The Hermit
Edith Wharton
Here they lay. For pity of their great extremity, Their sin abhorring, yet not them with it, I Rate it:

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Prologue Spoken at the Opening of The New House, March 26, 1674
John Dryden
But only fools, and they of vast estate, The extremity of modes will imitate, The dangling knee-Rate it:

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Sonnet 51: Thus can my love excuse the slow offence
William Shakespeare
excuse will my poor beast then find When swift extremity can seem but slow? Then should I spur, thoRate it:

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Sonnet XX: An Evil Spirit
Michael Drayton
then it me doth take, And tortures me in most extremity; Before my face it lays down my despairs,Rate it:

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The Child Of The Islands - Opening
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
no sane and settled heart had dreamed, Even in extremity of want to do! And surely WE should holdRate it:

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