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A Fever
John Donne
wit Unto this knowledge to aspire, That this her fever might be it ? And yet she cannot waste by tRate it:

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The Fever-Dream
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
IT was a fever-dream; I lay Awake, as in the broad bright day, But faint and worn I drew my breath Like those who wait for coming death; And my...Rate it:

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Sonnet 147: My love is as a fever, longing still
William Shakespeare
My love is as a fever, longing still For that which longer nurseth the disease, Feeding on that which doth preserve the ill, Th' uncertain sickly a...Rate it:

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TO MUSIC, TO BECALM HIS FEVER
Robert Herrick
quickly still, Though thou not kill My fever. Thou sweetly canst convert the same From a consumingRate it:

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To A Young Lady. On Her Recovery From A Fever
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Risen from the bed of pain and fear, And feverish heat incessant. The sunny showers, the dappled Rate it:

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Fever!
Leon Gellert
Everything seems lost and gone. The world seems void; and I alone To mourn its emptiness, that am too weak to mourn: To mope a hermit in a broken ...Rate it:

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Lines On A Friend, Who Died Of A Frenzy Fever, Induced By Calumnious Reports
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Edmund! thy grave with aching eye I scan, And inly groan for heaven's poor outcast, man! 'Tis tempest all or gloom: in early youth, If gifted with ...Rate it:

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Spring Fever
Paul Laurence Dunbar
GRASS commence a-comin' Thoo de thawin' groun', Evah bird dat whistles Keepin' noise erroun'; Cain't sleep in de mo'nin', Case befo' it's light B...Rate it:

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Yule Fever (With apologies to the King's Minstrel)
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I must go down to the shops again, to the crowded shops go I And all I have is a long list of the gifts that I must buy, And a few bob in the old k...Rate it:

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Famine, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
from cold and hunger. Oh the famine and the fever! Oh the wasting of the famine! Oh the blastinRate it:

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The Famine
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
from cold and hunger. Oh the famine and the fever! Oh the wasting of the famine! Oh the blastinRate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha XX: The Famine
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
from cold and hunger. Oh the famine and the fever! Oh the wasting of the famine! Oh the blasting ofRate it:

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For Annie
Edgar Allan Poe
Is over at last- And the fever called "Living" Is conquered aRate it:

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At the Fords of Jordan
Mary Hannay Foott
how my veins used to thrill From freezing to fever, from fever to chill, When the voice of the PhilRate it:

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At the Tavern
Paul Laurence Dunbar
cold. We're right for a spell, But the fever is -- well, No thing to be braved, at least;Rate it:

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Caesar Redivivus
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
mothers, Dams of splendid avitars. But the fever shall be ending In numb grief and shuddering fearsRate it:

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Cito Pede Preterit Aetas
Adam Lindsay Gordon
air is rife ! The spirit of joyous motion ; The fever, the fulness of animal life, Can be drain'd fRate it:

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Dead
Ada Cambridge
board the Petrel, in St. Lucia's bay, Of yellow fever—agèd twenty-nine.” “Who did you say, my ladyRate it:

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Death In A Ball-Room
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
followed her with our sad eyes, Forgetful of the fever and annoy And rush and dust and nameless misRate it:

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Epitaph in a Church-Yard in Charleston, South Carolina
Amy Lowell
OF LIVERPOOL, DIED SUDDENLY OF "STRANGER'S FEVER" NOV'R 5th 1843 AGED 22 He died of "Stranger'sRate it:

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Farewell To Malta
George Gordon Lord Byron
thou damned'st quarantine, That gave me fever, and the spleen! Adieu, that stage which makes us yaRate it:

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God Rules Alway
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
alway.) For these are but the outward signs of fever; Those flaunting signs, which through deliriuRate it:

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Grotesque
Lesbia Harford
me dry. You Have Run Through all my veins in fever, Through my soul in fever for An endless tRate it:

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Hiawatha And The Pearl-Feather
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
me. He, the mightiest of Magicians, Sends the fever from the marshes, Sends the pestilential vapRate it:

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I Thirst
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
VOICE. I thirst, but earth cannot allay The fever coursing through my veins, The healing stream isRate it:

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