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Beyond Your Grasp
Kurt Philip Behm
One of life's challenges is to find your own speed Where travel is constant, destination in sight Too fast, and yesterday abandons your future ...Rate it:

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In everything I seek to grasp...
Boris Pasternak
In everything I seek to grasp The fundamental: The daily choice, the daily task, The sentimental. To plumb the essence of the past, The first foun...Rate it:

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Will Never lose
Nikhil Parekh
The Sun might slowly and slowly lose all its ferociously blazing rays; remorsefully withering behind the languid horizons; for times immemorial, ...Rate it:

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Lose Yourself
Jesus Penaranda
Lose yourself.... Lose yourself.... now enter that silence. This is the surest way to Lose yourself... What is life about anyways?- Nothing but a...Rate it:

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When I lose Myself
Sant Tukaram
When thus I lose myself in Thee, my God, Then do I see, and know, That all Thy universe reveals Thy beauty, All living beings, and all lifeless thi...Rate it:

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Nothing Left To Lose
Kurt Philip Behm
Writing to a standard, embattled in time, his words both sparse and dire All targets in sight, his focus most dear, new readers to inspire His ar...Rate it:

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He fought like those Who've nought to lose
Emily Dickinson
He fought like those Who've nought to lose— Bestowed Himself to Balls As One who for a further Life Had not a further Use— Invited Death—with bold...Rate it:

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Lose The Day Loitering
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Lose the day loitering,'twill be the same story To-morrow, and the next more dilatory, For indecision brings its own delays, And days are lost lame...Rate it:

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Never Yours To Lose
Kurt Philip Behm
Like eating your own cooking, do you favor what you write Do the words digest completely, —the stove again to light As you walk that final mil...Rate it:

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To lose one's faith—surpass
Emily Dickinson
To lose one's faith—surpass The loss of an Estate— Because Estates can be Replenished—faith cannot— Inherited with Life— Belief—but once—can be— A...Rate it:

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We lose—because we win
Emily Dickinson
We lose—because we win— Gamblers—recollecting which Toss their dice again! Rate it:

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All Blood Is Red. All Bones Are White. All Sweat Is Golden. For It Is Not The Color Of Our Skins, Bu
Nikhil Parekh
There might exist eyes; in an infinite shades and shapes on the trajectory of this fathomlessly eclectic Universe, There might exist hair; in an...Rate it:

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Song For All Seas, All Ships
Walt Whitman
TO-DAY a rude brief recitative, Of ships sailing the Seas, each with its special flag or ship-signal; Of unnamed heroes in the ships--Of ...Rate it:

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Sonnet 40: Take all my loves, my love, yea, take them all
William Shakespeare
Take all my loves, my love, yea, take them all; What hast thou then more than thou hadst before? No love, my love, that thou mayst true love call; ...Rate it:

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Pensive On Her Dead Gazing, I Heard The Mother Of All
Walt Whitman
PENSIVE, on her dead gazing, I heard the Mother of All, Desperate, on the torn bodies, on the forms covering the battle- fields gaz...Rate it:

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Sonnet 42: That thou hast her, it is not all my grief
William Shakespeare
That thou hast her, it is not all my grief, And yet it may be said I loved her dearly; That she hath thee is of my wailing chief, A loss in love th...Rate it:

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The Vanity of All Worldly Things
Anne Bradstreet
As he said vanity, so vain say I, Oh! Vanity, O vain all under sky; Where is the man can say, "Lo, I have found On brittle earth a consolation soun...Rate it:

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Vanity of All Worldly Things, The
Anne Bradstreet
As he said vanity, so vain say I, Oh! Vanity, O vain all under sky; Where is the man can say, "Lo, I have found On brittle earth a consolation s...Rate it:

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We've All Been Sent To Win.
Nikhil Parekh
We've all been sent on this bountifully eclectic earth; to tirelessly adventure; and not to pathetically stagnate in the corpses of miserably penal...Rate it:

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All For The Cause
William Morris
Hear a word, a word in season, for the day is drawing nigh, When the Cause shall call upon us, some to live, and some to die! He that dies shall n...Rate it:

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The Best School of All
Sir Henry Newbolt
It's good to see the school we knew, the land of youth and dream. To greet again the rule we knew, before we took the stream. Though long we've mis...Rate it:

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It's All A Lie
Mario William Vitale
It's All A Lie Staring into the eyes of another Knowing deep down your in love But the other denies But you know it is a lie When he con...Rate it:

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Sonnet: All My Thoughts
Dante Alighieri
All my thoughts always speak to me of love, Yet have between themselves such difference That while one bids me bow with mind and sense, A second sa...Rate it:

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All these my banners be
Emily Dickinson
All these my banners be. I sow my pageantry In May— It rises train by train— Then sleeps in state again— My chancel—all the plain Today. To l...Rate it:

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Bereaved of all, I went abroad
Emily Dickinson
Bereaved of all, I went abroad— No less bereaved was I Upon a New Peninsula— The Grave preceded me— Obtained my Lodgings, ere myself— And when I s...Rate it:

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