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Lovest Thou Me?
John Newton
'Tis a point I long to know, Oft it causes anxious thought; Do I love the Lord, or no? Am I his, or am I not? If I love, why am I thus? Why this ...Rate it:

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Lovest Thou Me?
William Cowper
(John, xxi.16) Hark my soul! it is the Lord; 'Tis Thy Saviour, hear His word; Jesus speaks and speaks to thee, "Say poor sinner, lovst thou me...Rate it:

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Olney Hymn 18: Lovest Thou Me?
William Cowper
Hark my soul! it is the Lord; 'Tis Thy Saviour, hear His word; Jesus speaks and speaks to thee, 'Say poor sinner, lovst thou me? 'I deliver'd ...Rate it:

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Srahmandazi
Sir Henry Newbolt
names. 'Bid farewell to all that most thou lovest, Tell thy heart thy living life is done; All theRate it:

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Samson
William Blake
O weak woman! it is death clothed in flesh thou lovest, and thou hast been encircled in his arms! ARate it:

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The Chamois Hunter's Love
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
heart - Hunter! thy heart is there! I know thou lovest me well, dear friend! but better, better faRate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto I.
Sir Walter Scott
thou these sadden'd scenes have pleasure still, Lovest thou through Autumn's fading realms to strayRate it:

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The Love Sonnets Of Proteus. Part I: To Manon: VII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
ON HER VANITY What are these things thou lovest? Vanity. To see men turn their heads when thou dost pass; To be the signboard and the looking--glas...Rate it:

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The Story of Sigurd the Volsung (excerpt)
William Morris
the wisest of the wise; O who art thou that lovest? I am Sigurd, e'en as I told; I have slain tRate it:

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A Clear Midnight
Walt Whitman
gazing, pondering the themes thou lovest best. Night, sleep, and the stars. Rate it:

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The Children's Song
Rudyard Kipling
and women with our race. Father in Heaven who lovest all, Oh, help Thy children when they call; ThRate it:

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51 Psalm
Thomas Parnell
& to ye Bad I will thy mercy shew For since thou lovest not sacrifice Tis all that I can doo A hearRate it:

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A Twilight Song
Alfred Austin
power To lay a curfew on thy heart. Thou lovest; and, loving, dost prolong The sense of sunlight wiRate it:

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Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine
Emily Dickinson
then up it boldly climb, And seize the one thou lovest, nor care for space, or time! Then bear her Rate it:

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Cobbler and Stork
Eugene Field
cobbler, thou dost speak Of one thou lovest well, Hear of that king what grievous thing This Rate it:

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Coombe-Ellen
William Lisle Bowles
musical. Stranger! if Nature charm thee, if thou lovest To trace her awful steps, in glade or glenRate it:

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Epigram - Thy Nags, The Leanest Things Alive
Matthew Prior
the leanest things alive, So very hard thou lovest to drive, I heard thy anxious coachman say It cRate it:

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Fragments Of An Unfinished Drama
Percy Bysshe Shelley
the world owns. I have loved. Indian. And thou lovest not? if so, Young as thou art thou canst affRate it:

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Go Where Glory Waits Thee
Thomas Moore
When, at eve, thou rovest By the star thou lovest, Oh! then remember me. Think, when home retuRate it:

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Goldilocks And Goldilocks
William Morris
be.” She said, “Fair man, I wot not how Thou lovest, but I love thee now. But come a little henceRate it:

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Henry And Emma. A Poem.
Matthew Prior
when thou say'st that one Of all mankind thou lovest, oh! think on me alone. Where beauteous Isis Rate it:

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Invocation
Percy Bysshe Shelley
wings, and thou wilt stay. I love all that thou lovest, Spirit of Delight! The fresh Earth in new Rate it:

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Jeptha's Daughter
George Gordon Lord Byron
giving hath gush'd, When the voice that thou lovest is hush'd, Let my memory still be thy pride, Rate it:

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Laus Virginitatis
Arthur Symons
mirror, than the friend I find in thee; Thou lovest, as I love, my loveliness, Thou givest my beautRate it:

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Love song--heine
Eugene Field
In the burthen of my sighs. If, O child, thou lovest me, Take these flowerets fair and frail, AndRate it:

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