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A Concert Invitation
James McIntyre
The following invitation appeared on the programme of a concert. If pleasant night you wish to spend, Go and invite your lady friend; Oddfellow's ...Rate it:

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Elegy XIV. Declining an Invitation To Visit Foreign Countries
William Shenstone
DECLINING AN INVITATION TO VISIT FOREIGN COUNTRIES, HE TAKES OCCASION TO INTIMATE THE ADVANTAGES OF HIS OWN. TO LORD TEMPLE. While others, lost to...Rate it:

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Toland’s Invitation To Dismal To Dine With The Calve’s Head Club
Jonathan Swift
single dish, and tavern wine, Toland to you this invitation sends, To eat the calfs head with your Rate it:

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The Invitation
Thomas Dekker
LIVE with me still, and all the measures Played to by the spheres I'll teach thee; Let's but thus daily, all the pleasures The moon beholds, her...Rate it:

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An Extempore Invitation To The Earl Of Oxford, Lord High Treasurer
Matthew Prior
My Lord, Our weekly friends to-morrow meet At Matthew's palace in Duke-street, To try for once if they can dine On bacon-ham and mutton-chine. If,...Rate it:

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An Invitation
Robert Fuller Murray
Dear Ritchie, I am waiting for the signal word to fly, And tell me that the visit which has suffered such belating Is to be a thing of now, and no ...Rate it:

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An Invitation
Alfred Domett
Well! if Truth be all welcomed with hardy reliance, All the lovely unfoldings of luminous Science, All that Logic can prove or disprove be avo...Rate it:

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An Invitation to Dafnis
Anne Kingsmill Finch
When such a day, blesst the Arcadian plaine, Warm without Sun, and shady without rain, Fann'd by an air, that scarsly bent the flowers, Or wav'd th...Rate it:

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An Invitation To Edward Walpole, Esq.
Mary Barber
When I heard you were landed, I flew to the Nine, Intreating their Aid to invite you to dine. They told me, I came on that Errand too late; For you...Rate it:

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An Invitation To Maecenas
Eugene Field
Dear, noble friend! a virgin cask Of wine solicits your attention; And roses fair, to deck your hair, And things too numerous to mention. So tear y...Rate it:

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From: Horace To: Phyllis Subject: Invitation
Franklin P. Adams
Horace: Book IV, Ode 11 "Est mihi nonum superantis annum--" Phyllis, I've a jar of wine, (Alban, B.C. 49) Parsley wreathes, and, for your tress...Rate it:

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Invitation à la valse
Rene Francois Armand Prudhomme
C'était une amitié simple et pourtant secrète : J'avais sur sa parure un fraternel pouvoir, Et quand au seuil d'un bal nous nous trouvions le soir,...Rate it:

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Invitation To Eternity
John Clare
Say, wilt thou go with me, sweet maid, Say, maiden, wilt thou go with me Through the valley-depths of shade, Of bright and dark obscurity; Where th...Rate it:

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Invitation to Love
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Come when the nights are bright with stars Or when the moon is mellow; Come when the sun his golden bars Drops on the hay-field yellow. Come in...Rate it:

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Invitation To The Country
George Meredith
Now 'tis Spring on wood and wold, Early Spring that shivers with cold, But gladdens, and gathers, day by day, A lovelier hue, a warmer ray, A s...Rate it:

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Invitation To The Redbreast
William Cowper
Sweet bird, whom the winter constrains-- And seldom another it can-- To seek a retreat while he reigns In the well-shelter’d dwellings of man, Who ...Rate it:

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Invitation to the Voyage
Charles Baudelaire
Imagine, ma petite, Dear sister mine, how sweet Were we to go and take our pleasure Leisurely, you and I— To lie, to love, to die Off in that land ...Rate it:

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L'Invitation au Voyage
Charles Baudelaire
Mon enfant, ma soeur, Songe à la douceur, D'aller là-bas, vivre ensemble! Aimer à loisir, Aimer et mourir, Au pays qui te ress...Rate it:

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On an Invitation to the United States.
Thomas Hardy
My ardours for emprize nigh lost Since Life has bared its bones to me, I shrink to seek a modern coast Whose riper times have yet to be; Where ...Rate it:

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Reciprocal Invitation To The Dance
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
THE INDIFFERENT. COME to the dance with me, come with me, fair one! Dances a feast-day like this may well crown. If thou my sweetheart art not, t...Rate it:

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The Invitation
Edith Nesbit
DELIA, my dear, delightful Lady, Time flies in town, you say, New gowns shine fresh as May, The Park is glad and gay, Ah--but the woods are gre...Rate it:

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The Invitation
Percy Bysshe Shelley
BEST and brightest, come away! Fairer far than this fair Day, Which, like thee to those in sorrow, Comes to bid a sweet good-morrow To the roug...Rate it:

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The Invitation
Thomas Godfrey
DAMON. Haste! Sylvia! haste, my charming Maid! Let's leave these fashionable toys; Let's seek the shelter of some shade, And revel in ne'er fading...Rate it:

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The Invitation to Selborne
Gilbert White
See Selborne spreads her boldest beauties round The varied valley, and the mountain ground, Wildly majestic! what is all the pride Of flats, wit...Rate it:

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The Invitation: To Tom Hughes
Charles Kingsley
Come away with me, Tom, Term and talk are done; My poor lads are reaping, Busy every one. Curates mind the parish, Sweepers mind the court; We'll a...Rate it:

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