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A Baby Asleep after Pain
David Herbert Lawrence
against her cheek; Her soft white legs hanging heavily over my arm Swinging heavily to my movemenRate it:

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The Aurora On The Clyde
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
AH me, how heavily the night comes down, Heavily, heavily: Fade the curved shores, the blue hills' serried throng, The darkening waves we oared ...Rate it:

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The Criminal
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
with drops They had no power to shed, but heavily They hung upon the eyelash, which drooped o'er Rate it:

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A Dream of the Melbourne Cup
Andrew Barton Paterson
make good cheer, I must make a heavy dinner; Heavily dine and heavily sup, Of indigestible thingRate it:

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Spring, 1916
Isaac Rosenberg
passes as through a difficult air : Heavily-heavily passes. What has she fed on ? Who her table laiRate it:

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Yesterday and Today XII
Khalil Gibran
from a lover's imagination, and contemplating heavily his palace which stood upon a knoll like a biRate it:

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A Legend Of Tintagel Castle
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
kneeling at Genevra's side. With purple sails heavily drooping around The mast, and the prow, withRate it:

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Saša Milivojev - ICE AGE
Saša Milivojev
plate of ice The camel carries me Treading heavily Icy tears from sobbing splutter It stumbles OverRate it:

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The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Canto II.
Sir Walter Scott
look'd the Churchman old, And again he sighed heavily; For he had himself been a warrior bold, ARate it:

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THE SPEED OF DARK
Hubbs
just on An Empyreans allure sees Light become heavily attracted to this irresistible Black WholesomRate it:

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The World of Dream
Walter de la Mare
Hollow and dim Sleep's boat doth ride, Heavily still At the waterside. Patter, patter, The cRate it:

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Sonnet XXIX
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
these bands of greenery which insphere thee Drop heavily down,--burst, shattered, everywhere ! BecaRate it:

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A Sea Dirge
Lewis Carroll
they laugh with such an excess of glee, As I heavily slip into every pool That skirts the cold coldRate it:

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Apostasy
Charlotte Brontë
Because, an hour agone, Over my eye-balls, heavily, The lids fell down like stone. But still my Rate it:

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Ode To Silence
Edna St. Vincent Millay
wind, and from another wound That sprang, the heavily-sweet blue hyacinth, That blossoms undergrounRate it:

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A Complete 100 Floors
Nikhil Parekh
to their immaculate clothes, Torn bits of heavily scented paper stuck to the ceiling; fluttering Rate it:

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A Cow and A Goat
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
God protect us from the wilderness! We are heavily indebted to him Unjust is our complaint againsRate it:

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A Judgment In Heaven
Francis Thompson
the travelling threat of a witched birth; Till heavily parts a sinister chasm, * a grisly jaw, whoRate it:

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A Poet's Death is His Life IV
Khalil Gibran
gardens. There in the suburb stood an old hut heavily laden with snow and on the verge of falling. Rate it:

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A Song of Derivations
Alice Meynell
that wake in me Woke long ago and far apart. Heavily on this little heart Presses this immortality.Rate it:

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A Tribute To My Grandparents
Nikhil Parekh
While at the present moment we were clad heavily in bulky coats and scarves; trying to save our flRate it:

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Adieu to Belshanny
William Allingham
fall. The boat comes straining on her net, and heavily she creeps, Cast off, cast off - she feels Rate it:

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Admiral Lord Collingwood
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
it and his grave: He feels his breath come heavily, His keen eye faint and dim; It was a weary sacRate it:

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Adventure of a Poet
Robert Fuller Murray
be; Our feet, like Pharaoh's chariots, Drave heavily. And ere an answer I could frame, He saidRate it:

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Among The Timothy
Archibald Lampman
noon was turning, and the heat Fell down most heavily on field and wood, I too came hither, borne oRate it:

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