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COMPLAINT OF A DYING LOVER
Henry Howard
pleasures past have wrought thy woe without redress ; If thou hadst never felt no joy, thy smart haRate it:

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The Lord of the Isles: Canto III.
Sir Walter Scott
at Argentine; Such as compels me to demand Redress of honour at thy hand. We need not to each otherRate it:

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A Song. Go Tell Amynta, Gentle Swain
John Dryden
pains so fast increase That soon it will be past redress; For the wretch that speechless lies, AtteRate it:

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The Cost
Kurt Philip Behm
success? What have you lost and forgotten to redress? Will the status you hold justify the amRate it:

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A British PHILIPPIC
Mark Akenside
Land of Liberty; so greatly fam'd For just Redress; the Land so often dy'd With her best Blood, forRate it:

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A Fair Division
Ambrose Bierce
good agrarians, what wrong requires Such foul redress? Between you and the squires All Ireland's paRate it:

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A New Year's Resolution to Leave Dundee
William Topaz McGonagall
confess That from the Magistrates I can get no redress. Therefore I have made up my mind in the yeaRate it:

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A Satire against the citizens of London
Henry Howard
since preachers know What hope is left for to redress, By unknown means it liked me My hiddenRate it:

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Alaric In Italy
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
been when thy distress Had roused up empires for redress! Now, her long race of glory run, Without Rate it:

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An Imposter
Ambrose Bierce
identically right? Still must our ears without redress submit To hear you play the solemn hypocriteRate it:

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An Ode To Fortune
Eugene Field
we may against barbarian hordes Our Past redress! Rate it:

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Astrophel and Stella: XXIII
Sir Philip Sidney
tries, Think that I think state errors to redress; But harder judges judge ambition's rage-Rate it:

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Custer: Book Second
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and the wish belongs To win thy favor and redress thy wrongs. Alas! for woman, and for man, alas! IRate it:

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Daniel Neall
John Greenleaf Whittier
stain upon his pilgrim garb of white: Prompt to redress another's wrong, his own Leaving to Time anRate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Thirteenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
suits my rhymes. I should be very willing to redress Men's wrongs, and rather check than punish cRate it:

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Epilogue on the Same Occasion (Princess of Cleves)
John Dryden
your good pleasure; But first vote money, then redress at leisure. Rate it:

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Epistle To Augusta
George Gordon Lord Byron
son's, and past Recalling, as it lies beyond redress; Reversed for him our grandsire's fate of yoreRate it:

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Good Counsel of Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer
it is no dread. Paine thee not each crooked to redress, In trust of her that turneth as a ball; GrRate it:

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Haw!
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
convince your better nature That abuses need redress, Do not weakly yield to measures That your preRate it:

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How Graces Are To Be Obtained
John Bunyan
holiness, God then laid up in him, that we redress And help might have, who do unto him fly For riRate it:

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How Robin and His Outlaws Lived in The Woods
James Henry Leigh Hunt
help, And wnet away denied; Never woman for redress, And went away wet-eyed. Says Robin to tRate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 56. So careful of the type? but no
Alfred Lord Tennyson
soothe and bless! What hope of answer, or redress? Behind the veil, behind the veil. Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 06 - part 08
Torquato Tasso
bark to port well-nigh is brought: In you I seek redress for all my harms, Rest, midst your weaponsRate it:

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Lady Fair
Francis Ledwidge
pleasure in distress, Too faint and far off for redress. But some light glancing in your hair And iRate it:

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Le Testament: Ballade: A S'amye
Fran├žois Villon
sends men to ruin, I mplacable eyes, won't true redress S uccour a poor man, without crushing? M Rate it:

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