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The Parallel
Matthew Prior
Prometheus, forming Mr. Day, Carved something like a man in clay: The mortal's work might well miscarry; He that does heaven and earth control Has...Rate it:

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The Parallel
Thomas Moore
Yes, sad one of Sion, if closely resembling, In shame and in sorrow, thy wither'd-up heart -- If drinking deep, deep, of the same "cup of trembli...Rate it:

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In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess, Queen ELIZABETH
Anne Bradstreet
could quell) 2.70 Yet for our Queen is no fit parallel: 2.71 She was a Ph{oe}nix Queen, so shRate it:

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Johnsonian Address
James Brunton Stephens
our own vine and our own figtree. But here the parallel fails.—Unlike the Jew, We have not played tRate it:

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PRIVATE ROMEO
PV Harrington
this story splits straight down three parallel lines. My version, the truth and your lies You saw hRate it:

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A Brisbane Reverie
James Brunton Stephens
metaphysical, profound, Past and present running parallel, I scan the scene around— (Were there twoRate it:

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A Legend of Truth
Rudyard Kipling
she tried to tell Facts beyond precedent and parallel-- Unfit to hint or breathe, much less to writRate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the most Incomparable K. Charles the First
Henry King
me that but from Holy Writ Our losse allowes no Parallel to it: Nor call it bold presumption thatRate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the most victorious King of Sweden Gustavus Adolphus
Henry King
of Cæsar tell, He could make none but Thee his parallel; Whose tide of glory swelling to the brimRate it:

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An Ode - Humbly Inscribed To The Queen, On the Glorious Success of Her Majesty's Arms
Matthew Prior
of arms rehearse, Nor yet by story told, nor parallel'd by verse? Me all too mean for such a task Rate it:

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Ant Hill
Robert William Service
mayhap, it seems a Fantastic, far-fetched parallel - Remember . . . Hiroshima. Rate it:

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Boredom
Nikhil Parekh
dwindling, And the very perception of crossing parallel stretches of water, Rendered me feeling dRate it:

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Cuckoo Clock
Nikhil Parekh
Made of curvaceous ornamental brass, sometimes parallel straight arms of white metal, coated with different shades of radium paint, hung to long...Rate it:

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Cui Bono?
Henry Kendall
in mine own, Is it well that we wander, like parallel ships, With the silence between us, aloof andRate it:

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Indisputable Wealth
Nikhil Parekh
to perfection, depicting national pride, unparalleled privilege, the flag tapers to the sky in crRate it:

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Lines For Lizer-Jane's Album.
Joseph Furphy
And thou can'st not copy well Failing perfect parallel — Let thy course be independent SteeredRate it:

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Long Iron
Nikhil Parekh
Infinite stretch of white metal, Running parallel through unlimited access of territory, Laid on mounds of defined camber, Spaced at varying dis...Rate it:

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Melampus
George Meredith
unlike where, and the veined Division, veined parallel, of a blood that flows In them, in us, from Rate it:

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No Buyers
Thomas Hardy
incline. The woman walks on the pavement verge, Parallel to the man: She wears an apron white and Rate it:

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No Crowd that has occurred
Emily Dickinson
Duplicate—exist— What Parallel can be— Of the Significance of This— To Universe—and Me? Rate it:

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Octaves
Edwin Arlington Robinson
strokes Beatitude enough to realize God’s parallel completeness in the vague And incommensurableRate it:

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On The Hurricane
Anne Kingsmill Finch
whom perhaps, their own Domestick Walls By parallel Distress, or swifter Death retains. O WellsRate it:

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On the Memory of Mr. Edward King, Drown'd in the Irish Seas
John Cleveland
that what on earth we find, The sea can parallel in shape and kind: Books, arts, and tongues weRate it:

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Overture to a Dance of Locomotives
William Carlos Williams
crooked but-- Poised horizontal on glittering parallels the dingy cylinders packed with a warm gRate it:

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Party Hardy
Patricia Fritsche
magic's force. Anchors rooted the dock between parallel of muse, and external reality in judgemeRate it:

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