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In Former Songs
Walt Whitman
IN former songs Pride have I sung, and Love, and passionate, joyful Life, But here I twine the strands of Patriotism and Death. ...Rate it:

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Oh For the Swords of Former Time
Thomas Moore
Oh for the swords of former time! Oh for the men who bore them, When, arm'd for Right, they stood sublime, And tyrants crouch'd before them: Wh...Rate it:

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Sonnet LVIII: In Former Times
Michael Drayton
In former times such as had store of coin, In wars at home, or when for conquests bound, For fear that some their treasure should purloin, Gave ...Rate it:

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Melody To A Scene Of Former Times
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Art thou indeed forever gone, Forever, ever, lost to me? Must this poor bosom beat alone, Or beat at all, if not for thee? Ah! why was love to mort...Rate it:

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La Vie Antérieure (My Earlier Life)
Charles Baudelaire
secret douloureux qui me faisait languir. My Former Life For a long time I dwelt under vast portiRate it:

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To Edward Noel Long, Esq.
George Gordon Lord Byron
has it ben my fate to mourn, And all my former joys are tame: But, hence! ye hours of sabl hue! YouRate it:

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To Ladies Of A Certain Age
John Trumbull
to lead your faded lives, Heirs to the joys of former wives; Attend! nor fear in state forlorn, To Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 01
Sa di
life but another vezier, the antagonist of the former, said: 'Men of our rank ought to speak nothinRate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 34
Sa di
the snare. In short, the happiness of his former time of contentedness had come to an end, as thRate it:

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Childish Recollections
George Gordon Lord Byron
my drearns Though sunk' the radiance of his former blaze, To scenes far distant points his paler raRate it:

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Olney Hymn 21: Sardis
William Cowper
'Watch, remember, seek, and strive, Exert thy former pains; Let thy timely care revive, And stRate it:

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Paradiso: Canto II
Dante Alighieri
its volume interchange the leaves. Were it the former, in the sun's eclipse It would be manifest Rate it:

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Sardis
William Cowper
"Watch, remember, seek, and strive, Exert thy former pains; Let thy timely care revive, And stRate it:

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Sigismond And Guiscardo. From Boccace
John Dryden
in his latter days, He lost the lustre of his former praise, And from the bright meridian where he Rate it:

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Sonnet 59: If there be nothing new, but that which is
William Shakespeare
for invention bear amis The second burthen of a former child! O, that record could with a backward Rate it:

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The Adieu
George Gordon Lord Byron
my youthful friends or foes, Partners of former bliss or woes; No more through Ida's paths we straRate it:

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The Hind And The Panther, A Poem In Three Parts : Part II.
John Dryden
thus you change at will, And yet retain your former figure still. I freely grant you spoke to savRate it:

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The Library
George Crabbe
woe, and o'er unruffled tides The ghost of every former danger glides. Thus, in the calms of life, Rate it:

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The Nobleman's Wedding
William Allingham
our mirth, she had tears nigh the shedding Her former true lover still runs in her mind. Attired lRate it:

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To My Son
George Gordon Lord Byron
smile to steal the heart away, Recall a scene of former joy, And touch thy fathers heart, my Boy! Rate it:

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To the Lord Chancellor Hyde. Presented on New-Year's Day, 1662
John Dryden
by time and wars, they only prove Their former beauty by your former love; And now present, as anRate it:

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A Lost Love
Henry Francis Lyte
moonlight face; Thy thrilling voice I hear; And former hours and scenes retrace, Too fleeting, and Rate it:

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An Essay On The Different Stiles Of Poetry
Thomas Parnell
on his Mind; 'At whose Approach he felt the former gone, 'And shiver'd in Conceit, and thus went onRate it:

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Impossibility, like Wine
Emily Dickinson
Chance's faintest Tincture And in the former Dram Enchantment makes ingredient As certainly as DoomRate it:

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The Sisters
Rainer Maria Rilke
cause blood to rest on blood, when as in the former times they softly touch and try, along the treRate it:

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