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Speak To Interpret
Ehsan Sehgal
rest of my life journey Oh, my beloved, speak To interpret my dream As truth and reality If it eveRate it:

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A Poet’s Eightieth Birthday
Alfred Austin
from Eden, though its fruit Remains untasted. Interpret then the oracle, ``He dies young Whom the Rate it:

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THE TRAGIC THEATRE
ILIAS FOUKIS
second opinions in a second head in order to interpret in keeping with its preferences all that wilRate it:

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reoccuring carefrom
Ronald Francis Hart
intoxicating my every sense. Warmth electing to interpret my every thought. Opening my will as withRate it:

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The Ocean
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
heard thence; Its voice, its silence, can none interpret. Yes, toward the ocean, far out toward ocRate it:

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A Poet's Death is His Life IV
Khalil Gibran
who looked upon me as a stranger because I interpret to them the language of the angels. Hurry, oh Rate it:

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A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of Robert Browning
Algernon Charles Swinburne
live soul's height, . But he might hear, interpret, or illume . With sense invasiveRate it:

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Before the Throne of Beauty XXVI
Khalil Gibran
"Speak to me of that beauty which the people interpret and define, each one according to his own coRate it:

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Builders of Ruins
Alice Meynell
white;-- We speak in unknown tongues, the years Interpret everything aright, And crown with weeds Rate it:

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Crispus Attucks
John Boyle O'Reilly
is not for us, to render or deny; We can only interpret the symbol; God chose these men to die— ARate it:

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Earth
William Cullen Bryant
good and evil. Who, alas, shall dare Interpret to man's ear the mingled voice That comes from her oRate it:

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Eclogue
John Crowe Ransom
Came easily to pass. JOHN BLACK SAID: I’ll interpret what you mean. Our infant selves played haRate it:

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Eidólons
Walt Whitman
70 Shall mediate to the Modern, to Democracy--interpret yet to them, God, and EidólonRate it:

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For The Marriage of Faustus and Helen
Harold Hart Crane
Rabbi David Kimchi, Onkelos, And A ben Ezra do interpret Rome. ' -THE ALCHEMIST. I The mind haRate it:

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Hard Weather
George Meredith
flew, The Fates at heel at a cry to horse! Interpret me the savage whirr: And is it Nature scourgeRate it:

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Hudibras: Part 3 - Canto III
Samuel Butler
like in person, garb, and pitch, 'Twas hard t' interpret which was which. For RALPHO had no soonerRate it:

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Improvisatore, The
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I, too, seem to feel what you mean. Interpret the feeling for us. Friend. ---- I mean that wiRate it:

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In The Carolinas
Wallace Stevens
above the cabins. Already the new-born children interpret love In the voices of mothers. Timeless Rate it:

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In The Harbour: Prelude
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
and fade away, When the word is on my lip To interpret what ye say. Were it not better, then, To lRate it:

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Initial Love
Ralph Waldo Emerson
cabalist, Can your lurking Thought surprise, And interpret your device; Mainly versed in occult sciRate it:

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Its Reckoning Comes
Kurt Philip Behm
Is God to interpret, and religion the why Is forever too heavy to pledge bye and bye Does the Devil provide balance to a concept in stone ...Rate it:

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Jonathan Swift Somers
Edgar Lee Masters
of many personalities, The power to interpret glances, silences, The pauses in momentous transformaRate it:

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Modern Love XXVI: Love Ere He Bleeds
George Meredith
with the serpent I am cursed. I can interpret where the mouth is dumb. Speak, and I see the side-liRate it:

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Mont Blanc: Lines Written in the Vale of Chamouni
Percy Bysshe Shelley
all, but which the wise, and great, and good Interpret, or make felt, or deeply feel. IV TheRate it:

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Norman and Saxon
Rudyard Kipling
proverbs and songs. Don't trust any clerk to interpret when they come with the tale of their wrongsRate it:

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