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The Beauty of Death XIV
Khalil Gibran
incense around my bed, and Scatter leaves of jasmine and roses over my body; Embalm my hair with Rate it:

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The Gift Of Harun Al-Rashid
William Butler Yeats
you tread these paths, When evening stirs the jasmine bough, and yet Are brideless.' 'I am falling Rate it:

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The Prodigal Son
James Weldon Johnson
with honey, Perfumed and sweet-smelling like a jasmine flower; And the jasmine smell of the BabylRate it:

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The Wind, One Brilliant Day
Antonio Machado
brilliant day, called to my soul with an odor of jasmine. 'In return for the odor of my jasmine, IRate it:

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I have maya for mother in law
Akka Mahadevi
Lord from the mountain peaks, my lord white as jasmine, and I will make Him my good husband Rate it:

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Song of the Soul XXII
Khalil Gibran
Esau could sing it? It is more fragrant than jasmine; What voice could enslave it? It is heartRate it:

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The Winter Blahs
Sonia Walker
in a famine or as a rare occurrence of winter jasmine. Oh man, you've got the winter blahs. You Rate it:

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CAIRE O !
Laurent Chaineux
lively eye, Come and re-bloom freedom. Blow Jasmine, blow Hibiscus The beauty of a liberating wind Rate it:

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Sweet Potatoe Candy
Gwendolyn McGrath
breathe you in Smells of night blooming Jasmine Confront me You're real You taste of Sweet PotatRate it:

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A Song Of Delight
Alice Guerin Crist
deep scrub-aisles by moonlight, Where scented jasmine gleamed amid the shade, Where moonrays lit grRate it:

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A Suttee
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
air around grows sweet; Scatter the languid jasmine's yellow blossom Beneath her feet. Those smallRate it:

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A Young Rebel
Alice Guerin Crist
where the road winds into the creek Where the jasmine stars the shade, With the soft wind kissing hRate it:

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Always for the First Time
Andre Breton
elusive angle of a curtain It's a field of jasmine I gazed upon at dawn on a road in the vicinity oRate it:

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An Irregular Ode, After Sickness
William Shenstone
Air! and, while the thickets bloom, Convey the jasmine's breath divine; Convey the woodbine's rich Rate it:

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Before The Statue Of Endymion
Constantine P. Cavafy
famous beauty. My slaves empty baskets of jasmine and auspicious tributes revive the pleasure of anRate it:

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Burning Drift-Wood
John Greenleaf Whittier
domes of Kubla Khan? Did land winds blow from jasmine flowers, Where Youth the ageless Fountain Rate it:

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Composed At Clevedon, Somersetshire
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
our cot, our cot o'ergrown With white-flowered jasmine and the broad-leaved myrtle (Meet emblems thRate it:

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Desires
Constantine P. Cavafy
mausoleum, with roses at the head and jasmine at the feet -- that is how desires look that have pasRate it:

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Elegy XXV. To Delia, With Some Flowers
William Shenstone
of my soul. Awhile I'll weave the roofs of jasmine bowers, And urge with trivial cares the loiteriRate it:

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Euryalus
Edith Wharton
swell; By gardens, whence upon the wayside fell Jasmine and rose in April's overflow; Till, windingRate it:

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Evening
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
sought the lilac tree, And the young stars, like jasmine of the skies, Are opening on the silence, Rate it:

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Far Off
Constantine P. Cavafy
years of my early manhood. A skin as if made of jasmine ... that night in August -- was it August?Rate it:

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Fireflies
Rabindranath Tagore
hands in the dance of swaying branches. The jasmine's lisping of love to the sun is her flowers. Rate it:

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Floridian
Madison Julius Cawein
me, My dear, To draw you near to me. II. The jasmine and bignonia spill Their balm around your wiRate it:

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Flowers
Thomas Hood
is tipped with blush, She is of such low degree; Jasmine is sweet, and has many loves, And the brooRate it:

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