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A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of Robert Browning
Algernon Charles Swinburne
thought, . And quickened with imperishable flame, . Stand fast and shine and smile, assRate it:

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A Tale Of Society As It Is: From Facts, 1811
Percy Bysshe Shelley
into light by silent misery, Hath soul's imperishable energy. She was a cripple, and incapable To aRate it:

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Anactoria
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Love, as burning flame from crown to feet, Imperishable, upon her storied seat; Clear eyelids lifteRate it:

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At the Funeral of a Minor Poet
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
The world is suddenly conscious of a flower, Imperishable, ever to be prized, Sprung from the moRate it:

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Belgium
Edith Wharton
with her cities shamed and rent, Perish the imperishable fires That shape the homestead from the teRate it:

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Bereavement of the Fields
William Wilfred Campbell
earth's beauty, and the chime 63 Of gentle and imperishable rhyme. 64 Songs in our ears of winRate it:

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fragments
Robert Louis Stevenson
wise butler cry. Meanwhile at times the manifold Imperishable perfumes of the past And coloured picRate it:

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In Memory Of Douglas Vernon Cow
Muriel Stuart
is dumb, yet may for ever keep Unforbidden, the imperishable part, And what Love held, awake, he hoRate it:

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In The Forum
Alfred Austin
fissures, granite rents; Only Imagination rears Imperishable monuments. Let Gaul and Goth pollute Rate it:

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Le Balcon (The Balcony)
Charles Baudelaire
to me! how kind was your heart! We often said imperishable things, The evenings lighted by the glRate it:

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Lines on Curran's Picture
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
honoured of his country, and will leave A name imperishable as the soul. And such was Curran ; 'twaRate it:

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Mutability
Rupert Brooke
Beauty there, a star, And perishing hearts, imperishable Love. . . . Dear, we know only that we siRate it:

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Now
Muriel Stuart
young spirit's thrall, Forbid not Now's imperishable "Yes"! When I am old, and cold, and wise, anRate it:

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Oglethorpe
Madison Julius Cawein
in armor of the Right, Bear high the standard of imperishable light! Cry out, 'Awake! — I slept awhRate it:

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Only a Matter of Time
Christopher Morley
spinning in the lucid gold, Your liquid notes, imperishable Time. It cannot be. The runnel slips Rate it:

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Queen Mab: Part V.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
and issue from the womb, Surviving still the imperishable change That renovates the world; even as Rate it:

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Sonnet IV: Lovesight
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
the perished leaves of Hope, The wind of Death's imperishable wing? Rate it:

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Sonnet XLIII: Love and Hope
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
to know Love's golden head Sole sunshine of the imperishable land; Or but discern, through night's Rate it:

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Sonnet XXX: Last Fire
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
least was Summer's paramour, Sun-coloured to the imperishable core With sweet well-being of love anRate it:

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Sunday Morning
Wallace Stevens
in contentment I still feel The need of some imperishable bliss.' Death is the mother of beauty; heRate it:

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The Dead
Mathilde Blind
bodies are the mould In which their strong imperishable will-- Mortality's deep yearning to fulfiRate it:

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The Lover in Hell
Stephen Vincent Benet
And sweating agony . . . long agony . . . Imperishable, unappeasable For ever . . . well . . . iRate it:

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The Reformers
Rudyard Kipling
springs, Demands, abasements, penalties -- The imperishable plinth of things Seen and unseen, that Rate it:

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The Royal Tombs Of Golconda
Sarojini Naidu
tomb; Death is in truth the vital seed Of your imperishable bloom Each new-born year the bulbulRate it:

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The Tombs Of The Kings
Mathilde Blind
whipped with rods: We the living incarnation of imperishable gods. 'Shall we suffer Death to traRate it:

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