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I made slow Riches but my Gain
Emily Dickinson
I made slow Riches but my Gain Was steady as the Sun And every Night, it numbered more Than the preceding One All Days, I did not earn the same Bu...Rate it:

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Fragment: What Men Gain Fairly
Percy Bysshe Shelley
What men gain fairly -- that they should possess, And children may inherit idleness, From him who earns it—This is understood; Private injustice ma...Rate it:

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In The Harbour: Loss And Gain
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
When I compare What I have lost with what I have gained, What I have missed with what attained, Little room do I find for pride. I am aware How ma...Rate it:

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Loss And Gain
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
When I compare What I have lost with what I have gained, What I have missed with what attained, Little room do I find for pride. I am aw...Rate it:

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Sweet love, if thou wilt gain
John Wilbye
Sweet love, if thou wilt gain a monarch’s glory, Subdue her heart, who makes me glad and sorry, Out of thy golden quiver, Take thou the strongest a...Rate it:

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Loss And Gain
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Virtue runs before the muse And defies her skill, She is rapt, and doth refuse To wait a painter's will. Star-adoring, occupied, Virtue cannot ben...Rate it:

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God's Answer
Roderic Quinn
BANNISTER, who lived for gain, Counting love and mateship weak, Bannister of Coolah Creek Once, and once alone, 'tis said, Bent his knees and bowed...Rate it:

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God's Answer
Roderic Quinn
BANNISTER, who lived for gain, Counting love and mateship weak, Bannister of Coolah Creek Once, and once alone, 'tis said, Bent his knees and bowed...Rate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto I
John Trumbull
Scotia's fog-benighted islands; Whence gain'd our 'Squire two gifts by right, Rebellion, and the SeRate it:

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The Borough. Letter IV: Sects And Professions In Religion
George Crabbe
some are wrapt in joy's ecstatic blaze; Others again will change to each extreme, They know not whyRate it:

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Reflections
George Crabbe
us wrath and wrong forgive: When we can ealmly gain or lose, - 'Tis then we rightly learn to live. Rate it:

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Tale XX
George Crabbe
and kind; A very father, till his art was gain'd, And then a friend unwearied he remain'd; He saw hRate it:

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What If
Abinash Parajuli
of life If ended in vain, What fantasy I might gain. Deep mourn will go away Extravagance of joy anRate it:

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Anniversary Poem
John Greenleaf Whittier
faint, through din of merchandise And count of gain, Have seemed to us the captive's cries! How farRate it:

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A Poet’s Eightieth Birthday
Alfred Austin
dieth in his flower. Yet can it be that it is gain, not loss, To quit the pageant of this life befoRate it:

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A Prayer For The King's Majesty
Edith Nesbit
her glories and her lands-- First gain of his at which his Mother's voice Has not been first to bleRate it:

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An Epistle Of The Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole
Richard Savage
woes; Jealous of bondage, while they freedom gain, And most oblig'd, most eager to complain. But wRate it:

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Fling Out The Flag
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
out the Flag! And let friend and foe behold, for gain or loss, The sign of our faith and the fight Rate it:

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Fourth Sunday After Easter
John Keble
My Saviour, can it ever be That I should gain by losing Thee? The watchful mother tarries nigh, Though sleep have closed her infant's eye; For shou...Rate it:

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Lines Written in August
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
to cast Swept careless by the gorgeous Queen of Gain; More scornful still, the Queen of Fashion pRate it:

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Mine-Sweepers
Rudyard Kipling
Unity, Claribel, Assyrian, Stormcock, and Golden Gain." Noon off the Foreland -- the first ebb maRate it:

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Satyr II. To T:--- M.---y. On Law.
Thomas Parnell
weaker pen, Lost Suits, & pleaders little usd to gain. That angry Justice to her heaven went ThereRate it:

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Satyr IX. The State Of Love Imitated Fm An Elegy Of Mons:r Desportes
Thomas Parnell
I bestow then darting upwards soon ye clouds he gaind & hung in air his purpose thus explaind YouRate it:

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The Battle of the Nile
William Topaz McGonagall
and prepared without delay, Saying, I shall gain a peerage to-morrow, or Westminster Abbey. The FRate it:

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The Borough. Letter VIII: Trades
George Crabbe
common minds with us in common trade, Have gain'd more wealth than ever student made; And yet a merRate it:

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