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Dark Glasses
Robert William Service
disguise The beauty of your eyes With glasses black? Although I'm well aware That you areRate it:

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The Two Glasses
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
There sat two glasses, filled to the brim, On a rich man's table, rim to rim. One was ruddy and red as blood, And one was clear as the crystal f...Rate it:

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Sunlight on the Sea
Adam Lindsay Gordon
flickers on the sea), The garlands gleam, the glasses clink, The grape juice mantles fair and free,Rate it:

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The Empty Glass
Henry Lawson
unfit For the thing that they have to do. Three glasses they fill with the Land’s own wine, And theRate it:

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Here Is To The Women Who Hurt!
EMTSBA III
and raise our eyes to heaven through tinted glasses, dreams firmly held in hands of steel glasses. Rate it:

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Champagne, 1914-15
Alan Seeger
the happy fetes, When cheeks are flushed, and glasses gilt and pearled With the sweet wine of FraRate it:

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I Hate The High Society
Nikhil Parekh
the Lord's beautifully fragrant creation through glasses of lecherously licentious wine; and then cRate it:

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Ode To A Child
Mathilde Blind
and winter's night; And whose unspotted breast Glasses each pageant of the outer world, The cloud wRate it:

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The Demon Of The Study
John Greenleaf Whittier
two gray eyes enveloped in fat, Looking through glasses with iron bows. Read ye, and heed ye, and yRate it:

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The Dinner-Party
Amy Lowell
Fish 'So . . .' they said, With their wine-glasses delicately poised, Mocking at the thing they cannot understand. 'So . . .' they said again, Amu...Rate it:

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Lethean Love
D-Bone Franklin
into her eyes, Ancient forests lullabies Two glasses of intoxicating wine Darkened stars slowing TiRate it:

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Recollections
Algernon Charles Swinburne
meres Lighten the shadows reverberate from the glasses Held in their hands as they pass among theirRate it:

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Renunciation
Nikhil Parekh
and its kind. 4. Renunciation from shattered glasses of asphyxiated boredom; the whiplashes of irRate it:

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The Caterpillar
Robert Graves
grow dandelions, Daisies, old-man’s-looking-glasses; Rooks flap croaking across the lane. I eat aRate it:

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WOMAN WHAT I LOVE
Brenden Pettingill
mahogany squinting with an inquisitive look and glasses to magnify a lens for us both to look closRate it:

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Lonely
Joseph Otero-Shafer
least, she is not fat. She's kind, she's got glasses. She's almost the same height. Thank gosh she Rate it:

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Café Comedy
Robert William Service
of her I see...It's true my eyes Need stronger glasses than the ones I wear, But Oh I feel my heartRate it:

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The One I Was Searching For On the Earth and in Heaven
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
is the wine which is not kept in delicate wine glasses The Beauty itself becomes the Lover of whosRate it:

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Bird Watcher
Robert William Service
And oil and coal kinglike controlled, With field-glasses in failing hand Spies downy nestlingsRate it:

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1 And 100
Nikhil Parekh
cold-bloodedly led me towards; the shattered glasses of invidiously sinister and insanely dolorous Rate it:

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16. Of Gluttony and Feasting
Sebastian Brant
toasts at every feast, And would with others glasses clink; The man whose joy is endless drink IsRate it:

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A Christmas Eve
Victor James Daley
and sweet, Or hearing the cheery clinking Of glasses across the street, I know not; but this is Rate it:

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A Dance In Luxury Cotton
Nikhil Parekh
feet down through my high powered pair of field glasses. The gigantic structure was surrounded by Rate it:

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A Fairy Tale In The Ancient English Style
Thomas Parnell
Lip desire; Withouten Hands the Dishes fly, The Glasses with a Wish come nigh, And with a Wish retiRate it:

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A Song In October
Theodor Storm
What if some aching dread we feel? Lift glasses, all, and ring them! True hearts, we know, will nRate it:

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