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Sonnet 55: Not marble, nor the gilded monuments
William Shakespeare
Not marble, nor the gilded monuments Of princes shall outlive this powerful rhyme, But you shall shine more bright in these contents Than unswept s...Rate it:

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A Linnet In A Gilded Cage
Christina Georgina Rossetti
A linnet in a gilded cage, - A linnet on a bough, - In frosty winter one might doubt Which bird is luckier now. But let the trees burst out in ...Rate it:

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Gilded Gold
Francis Thompson
Thou dost to rich attire a grace, To let it deck itself with thee, And teachest pomp strange cunning ways To be thought simplicity. But lilies, sto...Rate it:

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Not Marble Nor The Gilded Monuments
Archibald MacLeish
THE praisers of women in their proud and beautiful poems Naming the grave mouth and the hair and the eyes Boasted those they loved should be foreve...Rate it:

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Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
fan sliding slow Parrot-bright fire's feathers Gilded as June weathers, Plumes like the greenest grRate it:

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Walter de la Mare
nod to velvet's swish; And peacocks prim on gilded dish, Vast pies thick-glazed, and gaping fish, TRate it:

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Ave Adonai
Aleister Crowley
a god its bitter guest- Have I not gilded my nails And painted my lips with vermillion ? Am I not Rate it:

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Bone and Sinew and Brain
John Boyle O'Reilly
The people forever to bear the load, And the gilded vanes o'er all. But the human blocks will noRate it:

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Malcolm's Katie: A Love Story - Part VI.
Isabella Valancy Crawford
like a mist Would lapse to Chaos in soft, gilded dreams, As mists fade in the gazing of the sun. SoRate it:

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Queen Mab: Part III.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
friend? He passes on- The King, the wearer of a gilded chain That binds his soul to abjectness, theRate it:

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Said the West Wind
Isabella Valancy Crawford
feet until they climb 35 And dance their gilded plumes against the stars; 36 At dawn the laRate it:

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Sym, Son of Joy
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'that a soul should crawl To a purple robe or a gilded chair?' But his father walked to the garden'Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 1. The Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf XI. -- Bishop Sigurd At Salten Fiord
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of light was seen. But at anchor, carved and gilded, Lay the dragon-ship he builded; 'T was the gRate it:

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The Chapel in Lyonesse
William Morris
days. Alas! the sunlight slips From off the gilded parclose, dips, And night comes on apace. My arRate it:

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The Fan
Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell
sliding slow, Parrot-bright fire's feathers, Gilded as June weathers, Plumes bright and shrill aRate it:

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The Fortunes of Grandison Lee
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
fellow was he. And, to tell the truth, In his gilded youth His manner of living was free. Now PercRate it:

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The Man from Iron Bark
Andrew Barton Paterson
this man from Ironbark.' There were some gilded youths that sat along the barber's wall. Their eRate it:

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The Palace of Art
Alfred Lord Tennyson
fountain-floods. And round the roofs a gilded gallery That lent broad verge to distant laRate it:

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The Triumph Of Melancholy
James Beattie
gorgeous by the lavish hand of Spring: Thin gilded clouds float light along the skies, And laughingRate it:

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The Widow's Home
Mary Darby Robinson
humble worth: For pomp and praise Wait in the gilded palaces of Pride To dress Ambition's Slaves. YRate it:

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To Queen Victoria In England
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
fed all these to repletion — You have put up a gilded calf beside a gilded cow, And bidden men and Rate it:

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A Code of Morals
Rudyard Kipling
artless Aide-de-camp was mute; the gilded Staff were still, As, dumb with pent-up mirth, they bookeRate it:

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A Double Standard
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
draw from me Your dainty robes aside, If he with gilded baits should claim Your fairest as his bridRate it:

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A Home Song
Henry Van Dyke
find, where'er you roam, That marble floors and gilded walls Can never make a home. But every houRate it:

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Emma Lazarus
brief as they, and, like them, spun Of gilded nothingness! All things are well with her. 'T is gooRate it:

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