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Holy Sonnet II: As Due By Many Titles I Resign
John Donne
As due by many titles I resign My self to Thee, O God; first I was made By Thee, and for Thee, and when I was decayed Thy blood bought that, the wh...Rate it:

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Hymn VII: Let the Beasts Their Breath Resign
John Wesley
Let the beasts their breath resign, Strangers to the life divine; Who their God can never know, Let their spirit downward go. You for higher ends w...Rate it:

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Let the Beasts Their Breath Resign
Charles Wesley
Let the beasts their breath resign, Strangers to the life divine; Who their God can never know, Let their spirit downward go. You for higher ends w...Rate it:

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Elegy XVIII. He Repeats the Song of Colin, a Discerning Shepherd
William Shenstone
prone Thy blood to lavish, and thy wealth resign! Shall every other virtue grace thy throne, But quRate it:

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Resignation Pt 1
Edward Young
with unfading laurels crown The brow of the resign'd. O resignation! yet unsung, UntouchRate it:

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An EPISTLE from Alexander to Hephaestion In His Sickness
Anne Kingsmill Finch
favour thy Repose. Ev'n I my boasted Title now resign, Not Ammon's Son, nor born of Race Divine,Rate it:

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An Epistle to a Lady
Mary Leapor
Cares except a Thought for me, Without a Tear resign her short'ning Breath, And dauntless meet the Rate it:

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Bold Jack Donahoo
Andrew Barton Paterson
called aloud on Donahoo to fight or to resign. "Resign to you—you cowardly dogs! a thing I ne'er wRate it:

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Elegy XXI. Taking a View of the Country From His Retirement
William Shenstone
vital breath, Your gods expell'd, your liberty resign'd? Go forth, my Sons!-for what is instant deaRate it:

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Elegy XXIII. Reflections Suggested By His Situation
William Shenstone
art, what friendships! oh, what fame resign'd -In yonder glade I trace his mournful urn. Where is Rate it:

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Elegy XXIV. He Takes Occasion, From the Fate of Eleanor of Bretagne
William Shenstone
own? Matchless thy charms, and was no life resign'd To see them sparkle from their native throne? Rate it:

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English Bards and Scotch Reviewers (excerpt)
George Gordon Lord Byron
still, retrace, When all to feebler bards resign their place? Yet to such times our lingeringRate it:

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Epistle To Augusta
George Gordon Lord Byron
art the same­ A loved regret which I would not resign, There yet are two things in my des­tiny, - ARate it:

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Introduction To The True-Born Englishman
Daniel Defoe
we repine, Would foreigners their perquisites resign: The grand contention's plainly to be seen, ToRate it:

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Night-Scene in Genoa
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
aged patriarch's face Expression holy, deep, resign'd, The calm sublimity of mind. Years o'er his sRate it:

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On The Death Of Mr. Fox
George Gordon Lord Byron
on Fox's death, But bless the hour when PITT resign'd his breath: These feelings wide, let sense aRate it:

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Resignation Pt 2
Edward Young
wish! Wish ardent, ever wrong! 'Tis resignation's full reverse, Most wrong, as it implRate it:

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Tale IV
George Crabbe
decline, And, with their fondness, their esteem resign; More luckless still their fate, who are theRate it:

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The Abencerrage : Canto I. - continuation 2
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
oh! trust the mind To grief so long, so silently resign'd! Let the light spirit, ne'er by sorrow taRate it:

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The Columbiad: Book VI
Joel Barlow
unnerves the strong. But as the infected mass resign their breath. She keeps with joy the registerRate it:

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The Spleen
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Scent thy Pow'rs appease, And Pleasure we resign for short, and nauseous Ease. In ev'ry One thouRate it:

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A Pause Of Thought
Christina Georgina Rossetti
years must pass before a hope of youth Is resigned utterly. I watched and waited with a steadfast Rate it:

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I Speak Not, I Trace Not, I Breathe Not Thy Name
George Gordon Lord Byron
reprove. And the heartless may wonder at all I resign - Thy lips shall reply, not to them, but to Rate it:

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Shunned
Odonko-ba
in shit stained shame a biblical bum resign to live life shunned at the bottom of your shiny branRate it:

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At A Vacation Exercise In The Colledge, Part Latin, Part English. The Latin Speeches Ended, The English Thus Began
John Milton
purpos'd business come, That to the next I may resign my Roome Then Ens is represented as Father oRate it:

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