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If Mary Had Known
Lucy Maud Montgomery
If Mary had known When she held her Babe's hands in her own­ Little hands that were tender and white as a rose, All dented with dimples from finger...Rate it:

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If Only I Had Known
Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy
If only I had known, had realised, I would not have looked out of the window as the dashing young man rode along our street, his hat worn cockily, ...Rate it:

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Had I But Known
James Brunton Stephens
all I've lost, faith, hope and love, Had I but known! Had I but known! Thou weepest. Would that I Rate it:

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I Cannot be Known
Paul Eluard
I cannot be known Better than you know me Your eyes in which we sleep We together Have made for my man's gleam A better fate than for the common ...Rate it:

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If I Had Known You
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
If I had known you--oh, if I had known you! In other days when youth and love were strong, I would have raised a temple to enthrone you On some fai...Rate it:

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Dawns of the world, how I have known you all...
Christopher John Brennan
Dawns of the world, how I have known you all, so many, and so varied, and the same! dawns o'er the timid plains, or in the folds of the arm'd hi...Rate it:

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Dying To Be Known
Kurt Philip Behm
every poem has a hidden voice, —dying to be known (Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2016)Rate it:

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Heavenly Known
Kurt Philip Behm
form to become formless —once heavenly known (Villanova Pennsylvania: May, 2019)Rate it:

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I Do Definitely Know; And Have Always Known.
Nikhil Parekh
But I do definitely know and have always known; that I've always loved you and only you since eveRate it:

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I've known a Heaven, like a Tent
Emily Dickinson
I've known a Heaven, like a Tent— To wrap its shining Yards— Pluck up its stakes, and disappear— Without the sound of Boards Or Rip of Nail—Or Carp...Rate it:

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In Youth I have Known One
Edgar Allan Poe
Hers to Our intelligence! I. In youth I have known one with whom the Earth In secret communinRate it:

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O had I known that thus it happens...
Boris Pasternak
O had I known that thus it happens, When first I started, that at will Your lines with blood in them destroy you, Roll up into your throat and kill...Rate it:

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Strange fits of passion have I known
William Wordsworth
Strange fits of passion have I known: And I will dare to tell, But in the lover's ear alone, What once to me befell. When she I loved looked every...Rate it:

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The Himmaleh was known to stoop
Emily Dickinson
The Himmaleh was known to stoop Unto the Daisy low— Transported with Compassion That such a Doll should grow Where Tent by Tent—Her Universe Hung o...Rate it:

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First Known when Lost
Edward Thomas
I never had noticed it until 'Twas gone, - the narrow copse Where now the woodman lops The last of the willows with his bill It was not more than ...Rate it:

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God Neither Known Nor Loved By The World
William Cowper
Ye linnets, let us try, beneath this grove, Which shall be loudest in our Maker's praise! In quest of some forlorn retreat I rove, For all the worl...Rate it:

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Joseph Made Known To His Brethren
John Newton
When Joseph his brethren beheld, Afflicted and trembling with fear; His heart with compassion was filled, From weeping he could not forbear. Awhile...Rate it:

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Sonnet LXV: Known in Vain
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
As two whose love, first foolish, widening scope, Knows suddenly, to music high and soft, The Holy of holies; who because they scoff'd Are now amaz...Rate it:

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The African (also known as The African Prince)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
IT was a king in Africa, He had an only son; And none of Europe's crowned kings Could have a dearer one. With good cane arrows five feet long, An...Rate it:

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To a Lady Very Well Known to the Whole Town
Phillis, how much the times are changed, Since in a hack the town you ranged, Since without finery or train you shone, Conspicuous for your charms ...Rate it:

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To An Unfortunate Woman, Whom The Author Had Known In The Days Of Her Innocence
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Myrtle leaf, that ill besped Pinest in the gladsome ray, Soiled beneath the common tread Far from thy protecting spray! When the partridge o'er th...Rate it:

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A Lamentation
Algernon Charles Swinburne
I. WHO hath known the ways of time Or trodden behind his feet? There is no such man among men. For chance overcomes him, or crime Changes; for all ...Rate it:

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Bifurcation Of The Charismatic
Nikhil Parekh
of color and white, Is the best I have ever known. The ruffled feathered monster, With its conspRate it:

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The Defence of Guenevere
William Morris
lords, it seems but little skill To talk of well-known things past now and dead. "God wot I oughtRate it:

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The Shooting Of Dan McGrew
Robert William Service
his luck was his light-o'-love, the lady that's known as Lou. When out of the night, which was fifRate it:

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