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The Pearl of them All
William Henry Ogilvie
trying so gamely to follow Comes limping the pearl of them all. He is stumbling and stiff in the sRate it:

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The Pearl Diver
Andrew Barton Paterson
the diver, sturdy and small Japanee, Seeker of pearls and of pearl-shell down in the depths of theRate it:

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Pearl Fog
Carl Sandburg
scarf of mist. Tell your sins here to the pearl fog And know for once a deepening night Strange asRate it:

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Asleep! O Sleep A Little While, White Pearl!
John Keats
Asleep! O sleep a little while, white pearl! And let me kneel, and let me pray to thee, And let me call Heaven’s blessing on thine eyes, And let...Rate it:

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Hiawatha And The Pearl-Feather
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
words to Hiawatha: "Yonder dwells the great Pearl-Feather, Megissogwon, the Magician, Manito of Rate it:

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The Malay—took the Pearl
Emily Dickinson
The Malay—took the Pearl— Not—I—the Earl— I—feared the Sea—too much Unsanctified—to touch— Praying that I might be Worthy—the Destiny— The Swarthy...Rate it:

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The Song Of Hiawatha IX: Hiawatha And The Pearl-Feather
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
words to Hiawatha: 'Yonder dwells the great Pearl-Feather, Megissogwon, the Magician, Manito of Rate it:

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The Pearl
George Herbert
is like unto a merchant man, seeking goodly pearls; who, when he had found one, sold all that he Rate it:

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A Song For Peace And Honour
Edith Nesbit
precious jewel, save only one, The priceless pearl of peace-- Peace plucked from out the very heaRate it:

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An English Girl
William Schwenck Gilbert
sing with me There's no such gold and no such pearl As a bright and beautiful English girl! With aRate it:

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Cleopatra
Algernon Charles Swinburne
ruined broken strays of light, Pearl after pearl she shreds them through Her long sweet sleepRate it:

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Spells and Incantations
Wilfred Owen
A vague pearl, a wan pearl You showed me once; I peered through far-gone winters Until my mind was fog-bound in that gem. Blue diamonds, cold diam...Rate it:

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The Vaudois Teacher
John Greenleaf Whittier
loom, which beauty's queen might wear; And my pearls are pure as thy own fair neck, with whose radiRate it:

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Palanquin Bearers
Sarojini Naidu
we glide and we sing, We bear her along like a pearl on a string. Softly, O softly we bear her aloRate it:

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Amy Margaret's Five Year Old
William Allingham
"Amy" is friend, is "Margaret" The pearl for crown or carkanet? Or peeping daisy, summeRate it:

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Book Of Suleika - The Sublime Type
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
streaming tears more swiftly flow: For every pearl he gives a kiss, And changeth into joy her woe.Rate it:

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Extracts From An Opera
John Keats
her teeth are not the fairest pearl; Her eye-lashes may be, for aught I know, Not longer than the MRate it:

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I Know You Not
Christina Georgina Rossetti
red wine, Keeping thy best wine till the close. Pearl of great price Thyself alone, And ruddier thRate it:

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Mother's Treasures
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
starry light, And laughing lips o'er teeth of pearl. I would not change for a diadem My noble boRate it:

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Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin
William Butler Yeats
found On the dove-grey edge of the sea A pearl-pale, high-born lady, who rode On a horse with bridlRate it:

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On The Best, Last, And Only Remaning Comedy Of Mr. Fletcher
Richard Lovelace
empty board a wonderer) Smiling she calls for pearl and vinegar, First pledges him in's BREATH, theRate it:

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On The Best, Last, And Only Remaning Comedy Of Mr. Fletcher. The Wild Goose Chase
Richard Lovelace
empty board a wonderer) Smiling she calls for pearl and vinegar, First pledges him in's BREATH, theRate it:

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On the Marriage of a Beauteous Young Gentlewoman with an Ancient Man
Francis Beaumont
I seen the pride of Nature's store, The orient pearl chained to the sooty Moor; So hath the diamondRate it:

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Refining Fuller, Make Me Clean
Augustus Montague Toplady
Refining Fuller, make me clean, On me thy costly pearl bestow: Thou art thyself the pearl I prize, The only joy I seek below. Disperse the clouds ...Rate it:

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Shells from the Coast mistaking
Emily Dickinson
for All— Happening in After Ages To entertain a Pearl— Wherefore so late—I murmured— My need of ThRate it:

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