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Face To Face
Rabindranath Tagore
Day after day, O lord of my life, shall I stand before thee face to face. With folded hands, O lord of all worlds, shall I stand before thee fac...Rate it:

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Bringing A Smile On Your Face
Nikhil Parekh
The doctor brought a smile on your face; by his flurry of boisterously potent medicines, The magician brought a smile on your face; by his fathom...Rate it:

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This Face
Mary Bone
This face that I washed off, Wasn't really mine. This face that has been ravaged, By makeup and time. The face that looks back at me, Now simple, s...Rate it:

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Your Face
Laulindah Shiku
To the one I love, As you daily peer into this mirror Be reminded my love, the face you behold Is mine. Look intently at your lips Gatekeepers to...Rate it:

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Looking Death In The face
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
AY, in thy face, old fellow! Now's the time. The Black Sea wind flaps my tent-roof, nor wakes These lads of mine, who take of sleep their fill, ...Rate it:

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Looking for your own face
Farid ud-Din Attar Abu Hamid bin Abu Bakr Ibrahim
Your face is neither infinite nor ephemeral. You can never see your own face, only a reflection, not the face itself. So you sigh in front of mirr...Rate it:

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Why dost thou Shade thy Lovely Face?
Francis Quarles
1 Why dost thou shade thy lovely face? Oh, why 2 Does that eclipsing hand so long deny 3 The sunshine of thy soul-enliv'ning eye? 4 ...Rate it:

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Deceiving-Face
Ehsan Sehgal
The truthfully, In a surrounding of liars It seems difficult, To tell the truth To bear and become Victimized after victimized As a result, It l...Rate it:

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Her Face And Brow
James Whitcomb Riley
Ah, help me! but her face and brow Are lovelier than lilies are Beneath the light of moon and star That smile as they are smiling now-- White lilie...Rate it:

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The face I carry with me—last
Emily Dickinson
The face I carry with me—last— When I go out of Time— To take my Rank—by—in the West— That face—will just be thine— I'll hand it to the Angel— Tha...Rate it:

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A World Without A Face
Kenneth R. Jenkins
No smile To smile back at you to make you laugh No eyes to see That smile of yours. No lips No lips to say how I feel. Imagine if you will A world...Rate it:

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From “Phantasmion” - One Face Alone
Sara Coleridge
ONE face alone, one face alone, These eyes require; But, when that long’d-for sight is shown, What fatal fire Shoots through ...Rate it:

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I Took Your Face into My Dreams
Mathilde Blind
I took your face into my dreams, It floated round me like a light; Your beauty's consecrating beams Lay mirrored in my heart all night. As in a...Rate it:

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The Face Of Christ
Mario William Vitale
The Face Of Christ as a young boy I was out in my lawn I looked intently up at the sky to my amazement I saw the face of Christ having a vast ...Rate it:

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The Revenge of Rain-in-the-Face
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In that desolate land and lone, Where the Big Horn and Yellowstone Roar down their mountain path, By their fires the Sioux Chiefs Muttered their wo...Rate it:

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What would I give to see his face?
Emily Dickinson
What would I give to see his face? I'd give—I'd give my life—of course— But that is not enough! Stop just a minute—let me think! I'd give my bigges...Rate it:

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World Was In The Face Of The Beloved
Rainer Maria Rilke
World was in the face of the beloved--, but suddenly it poured out and was gone: world is outside, world can not be grasped. Why didn't I, from th...Rate it:

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Her Waiting Face
James Whitcomb Riley
In some strange place Of long-lost lands he finds her waiting face-- Comes marveling upon it, unaware, Set moonwise in the midnight of her hair. ...Rate it:

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A Black Patch On Lucasta's Face
Richard Lovelace
Dull as I was, to think that a court fly Presum'd so neer her eye; When 'twas th' industrious bee Mistook her glori...Rate it:

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A Charm invests a face
Emily Dickinson
A Charm invests a face Imperfectly beheld— The Lady date not lift her Veil For fear it be dispelled— But peers beyond her mesh— And wishes—and den...Rate it:

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A Face
Robert Browning
If one could have that little head of hers Painted upon a background of pure gold, Such as the Tuscan's early art prefers! No shade encroaching on ...Rate it:

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A Serpent-Face
Percy Bysshe Shelley
His face was like a snake's -- wrinkled and loose And withered-- Rate it:

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As a Beam O'er the Face of the Waters May Glow
Thomas Moore
As a beam o'er the face of the waters may glow While the tide runs in darkness and coldness below, So the cheek may be tinged with a warm sunny s...Rate it:

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Baby Face
Carl Sandburg
White moon comes in on a baby face. The shafts across her bed are flimmering. Out on the land White Moon shines, Shines and glimmers against gnarl...Rate it:

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Behold This Swarthy Face
Walt Whitman
BEHOLD this swarthy face--these gray eyes, This beard--the white wool, unclipt upon my neck, My brown hands, and the silent manner of me,...Rate it:

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