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Passion Released
Kurt Philip Behm
unleashed all heavens refrain The passion released —again and again (Villanova Pennsylvania: Rate it:

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Peter Released From Prison
John Newton
the doors were bolted fast, Was soon released by prayer. While he slept an angel came And spread Rate it:

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Released—January, 1878
John Boyle O'Reilly
confined since!866, were set at liberty. The released men were received by their fellow-countrymen Rate it:

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Fragment: To A Friend Released From Prison
Percy Bysshe Shelley
For me, my friend, if not that tears did tremble In my faint eyes, and that my heart beat fast With feelings which make rapture pain resemble, Yet,...Rate it:

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Released
Kurt Philip Behm
The baser instincts within a higher calling —pain rewrapped in joy (Villanova Pennsylvania: January, 2019)Rate it:

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The Released Rebel Prisoner
Herman Melville
June, 1865 Armies he's seen--the herds of war, But never such swarms of men As now in the Nineveh of the North-- How mad the Rebellion then! And ...Rate it:

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THE ELLIPSIS IN QUESTION
Hubbs
to cut through this thin layer of film to be released? Am I to remain as just another saturated maRate it:

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A Poem To A Mother....
Pamela Macdonald
children as they grow, they're hands that have released, when it was time for them to go. Your lipRate it:

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CONVEYOR BELTS
Hubbs
as app plies docility through mediacation Released once responsive to barked codes Stores many floRate it:

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Exile
Alice Duer Miller
always and in vain, - Should I not cry, like one released from pain: 'Dear and long absent, you retRate it:

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Scars
Kristy Marsello
if I stayed at this rate. Tears of blood as I released the darkness that took ahold of my soul, HeRate it:

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To Never Forget
Kurt Philip Behm
left Until the turning stopped and my spirit released, set free, but to never forget (VillanovaRate it:

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In That Dark Silent Hour
John Freeman
power, And you, near or far, sleep, And your released thoughts toward me creep While I, imprisoned,Rate it:

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A Channel Crossing
Algernon Charles Swinburne
night sank panting and satiate with storm, and released the tides. In the dense mid channel the sRate it:

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Kaare's song
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
while sleeps the wind? What looms in the west released? What kindles the stars, ere day's declined,Rate it:

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A Charlatan Of Verse
Kurt Philip Behm
forlorn With lines recopied, often stole, released, his name to bear A charlatan of spoken verseRate it:

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A Dream of the Orient
Charles Harpur
is this perpetual feast Of being, from all care released— Sunny souls are for the East; Then Rate it:

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A Saint
Padraic Colum
words, And women from the coops Of drudgeries released; And standing at their doors to watch go byRate it:

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A Song of a Young Lady to Her Ancient Lover
Lord John Wilmot
frozen grasp possest, From their ice shall be released, And, soothed by my reviving hand, In formerRate it:

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A Swimmer's Dream
Algernon Charles Swinburne
glowing sense of glee: Calm chained her, storm released her, And storm's glad voice was he: SoutRate it:

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An Ode to Antares
Alan Seeger
sign From prisoning daylight more and more released, Lift their pale lamps, and, climbing higher,Rate it:

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Anzac Eve
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
long monotony of Mudros Bay. Like hounds released, the eager shouting men Crowded the decks and whiRate it:

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As Answers Flee
Kurt Philip Behm
spoken and the silence Is the spirit released as answers flee —from questions yet to ask (VillanoRate it:

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Ask What I Shall Give Thee (II)
John Newton
I would seize the golden hour; I pray to be released from guilt, And freed from sin and Satan's powRate it:

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At The End
Kurt Philip Behm
perception at once inhaled —never to be released again (Las Vegas: August, 2015)Rate it:

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