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How Graces Are To Be Obtained
John Bunyan
The next word that I would unto thee say, Is how thou mayst attain without delay, Those blessed graces, and that holiness Thou dost with so much g...Rate it:

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Apollo And The Graces
John Keats
APOLLO WHICH of the fairest three To-day will ride with me? My steeds are all pawing at the threshold of the morn: Which of the fairest three To-d...Rate it:

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A HYMN TO THE GRACES
Robert Herrick
When I love, as some have told Love I shall, when I am old, O ye Graces! make me fit For the welcoming of it! Clean my rooms, as temples be, To en...Rate it:

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A REQUEST TO THE GRACES
Robert Herrick
Ponder my words, if so that any be Known guilty here of incivility; Let what is graceless, discomposed, and rude, With sweetness, smoothness, softn...Rate it:

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The Wanderer's Storm-Song
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
He whom thou ne'er leavest, Genius, Feels no dread within his heart At the tempest or the rain. He whom thou ne'er leavest, Genius, Will to the rai...Rate it:

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Con large comme un estuaire
Guillaume Apollinaire
Con large comme un estuaire Où meurt mon amoureux reflux Tu as la saveur poissonnière l'odeur de la bite et du cul La fraîche odeur trouduculière F...Rate it:

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La cueillette
Guillaume Apollinaire
Nous vînmes au jardin fleuri pour la cueillette. Belle, sais-tu combien de fleurs, de roses-thé, Roses pâles d'amour qui couronnent ta tête...Rate it:

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La Jolie Rousse
Guillaume Apollinaire
Me voici devant tous un homme plein de sens Connaissant la vie et de la mort ce qu'un vivant peut connaître Ayant éprouvé les douleurs et les jo...Rate it:

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Le temps perdu
Rene Francois Armand Prudhomme
Si peu d'oeuvres pour tant de fatigue et d'ennui ! De stériles soucis notre journée est pleine : Leur meute sans pitié nous chasse à perdre haleine...Rate it:

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Dr. Parnel To Dr. Swift, On His Birth-day, November 30th, MDCCXIII
Thomas Parnell
Urg'd by the warmth of Friendship's sacred flame, But more by all the glories of thy fame; By all those offsprings of thy learned mind, In judgment...Rate it:

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Hudibras - The Lady's Answer to The Knight
Samuel Butler
That you're a beast, and turn'd to grass, Is no strange news, nor ever was; At least to me, who once you know, Did from the pound replevin you, Whe...Rate it:

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The Artists
Friedrich Schiller
How gracefully, O man, with thy palm-bough, Upon the waning century standest thou, In proud and noble manhood's prime, With unlocked senses, with ...Rate it:

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On Ye Queens Death
Thomas Parnell
The Persians us'd at setting of ye sunn To howl, as if he nere again should runn They onely acted it but we indeed Must doot for all that lovely wa...Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene, Book VI, Canto X
Edmund Spenser
THE SIXTE BOOKE OF THE FAERIE QUEENE Contayning THE LEGEND OF S. CALIDORE OR OF COURTESIECANTO X Calidore sees the Graces daunce, To C...Rate it:

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A Married Coquette
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Sit still, I say, and dispense with heroics! I hurt your wrists? Well, you have hurt me. It is time you found out that all men are not stoics, Nor ...Rate it:

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Amelia
Coventry Patmore
Whene'er mine eyes do my Amelia greet It is with such emotion As when, in childhood, turning a dim street, I first beheld the ocean. There, where ...Rate it:

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An Epistle Addressed To Sir Thomas Hanmer, On His Edition Of Shakspeare's Works
William Taylor Collins
WHILE, born to bring the Muse's happier days, A patriot's hand protects a poet's lays, While nurs'd by you she sees her myrtles bloom, Green and...Rate it:

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Après les vents, après le triste orage
Jean Antoine de Baif
Après les vents, après le triste orage, Après l'yver, qui de ravines d'eaux Avoit noyé des boeufs le labourage, Voicy venir les ventelets nouveaux...Rate it:

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Bien, je l'ay dit, je le confesse
Jean Antoine de Baif
Bien, je l'ay dit, je le confesse, Que nul ne te pourroit aimer Autant que je t'aime, Maistresse, Sçachant mieux qu'autre t'estimer : Car d'autant ...Rate it:

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Cadenus And Vanessa
Jonathan Swift
THE shepherds and the nymphs were seen Pleading before the Cyprian Queen. The counsel for the fair began Accusing the false creature, man. The brie...Rate it:

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Dans l'enfer de son corps mon esprit attaché
Joachim du Bellay
Dans l'enfer de son corps mon esprit attaché (Et cet enfer, Madame, a été mon absence) Quatre ans et davantage a fait la pénitence De tous les v...Rate it:

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David
Thomas Parnell
My thought, on views of admiration hung, Intently ravish'd and depriv'd of tongue, Now darts a while on earth, a while in air, Here mov'd with prai...Rate it:

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Hermann And Dorothea - VIII. Melpomene
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
HERMANN AND DOROTHEA. So tow'rd the sun, now fast sinking to rest, the two walk'd together, Whilst he veil'd himself deep in clouds which thunder ...Rate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Fifth Sestiad
George Chapman
Now was bright Hero weary of the day, Thought an Olympiad in Leander's stay. Sol and the soft-foot Hours hung on his arms, And would not let him sw...Rate it:

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Honor To Woman
Friedrich Schiller
Honor to woman! To her it is given To garden the earth with the roses of heaven! All blessed, she linketh the loves in their choir In the veil of...Rate it:

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