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An Ode. The Merchant, To Secure
Matthew Prior
The merchant, to secure his treasure, Conveys it in a borrow'd name: Euphelia serves to grace my measure: But Cloe is my real flame. My softest ve...Rate it:

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The Merchant, To Secure His Treasure
Matthew Prior
The merchant, to secure his treasure, Conveys it in a borrowed name: Euphelia serves to grace my measure, But Cloe is my real flame. My softest ve...Rate it:

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Introit : V. Litany Of Beauty
Thomas MacDonagh
and shapely and pure!-- O lily-flower from stain secure, With life and virginity dying together! ORate it:

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The Candidate
Charles Churchill
let them all, with Dulness on her throne, Secure from any malice but their own. Enough of Critics--Rate it:

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A Confidant Without Knowing It; Or The Stratagem
La Fontaine
skilful lure. He penetrates to hearts supposed secure, O'erleaps the ramparts that protect around, Rate it:

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A Good Night
Francis Quarles
Close now thine eyes and rest secure; Thy soul is safe enough, thy body sure; He that loves thee, He that keeps And guards thee, never slumbers...Rate it:

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Breathing-Time
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
all your potter and your bunkum ends! We are secure once more; we breathe again. No further need isRate it:

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Britannia Rediviva: A Poem on the Birth of the Prince
John Dryden
and thy father join, To keep possession, and secure the line; But long defer the honours of thy fRate it:

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Deborah
Thomas Parnell
the fight, Then thus replys with wish to stand secure, Or eager thought to know the conquest sure: Rate it:

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Eleonora : A Panegyrical
John Dryden
while she lived, they slept in peace by night, Secure of bread as of returning light, And with suchRate it:

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Folding the Flocks
Beaumont and Fletcher
thievish fox, Break upon your simple flocks; To secure yourself from these Be not too secure in eRate it:

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Homer's Hymn To Venus
Percy Bysshe Shelley
unseen toils; nor mortal men, nor gods Who live secure in their unseen abodes. She won the soul of Rate it:

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Hope, Like The Short-lived Ray That Gleams Awhile
William Cowper
hopes prevail, Our promised happiness is least secure. Oft I have thought the scene of troubles clRate it:

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None See Me Off
Sant Tukaram
blessing from a loosing heart Let righteous deed secure you all good weal Ye brought me up and gaveRate it:

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Nuns of the Perpetual Adoration
Ernest Christopher Dowson
Calm, sad, secure; behind high convent walls, These watch the sacred lamp, these watch and pray: And it is one with them when evening falls, ...Rate it:

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On Cutting Down The Thorn At Market-Hill
Jonathan Swift
hung, And here, beneath the spreading shade, Secure from satyrs sat and sung. Sir Archibald, that Rate it:

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Presented To The King, At His Arrival In Holland, After The Discovery Of The Conspiracy. 1696
Matthew Prior
to make his Fame compleat, And fix his Throne secure on their Defeat. So, tho' with sudden Rage thRate it:

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Psalm XLVI: God Is the Refuge
Isaac Watts
divine abode. Zion enjoys her monarch's love, Secure against the threatening hour; Nor can her firRate it:

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The Island: Canto I.
George Gordon Lord Byron
The gallant Chief within his cabin slept, Secure in those by whom the watch was kept: His dreamsRate it:

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The Magnificent
La Fontaine
in ev'ry thing was right,) Himself so perfectly secure believed, By gay gallants he ne'er could be Rate it:

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The Morn That Breaks Its Heart Of Gold
Madison Julius Cawein
guard her presence; awful forms and fair, Making secure her place; Guiding her surely as the worldsRate it:

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The Olive Branch
George Meredith
New, And brought the New World to the Old. Secure of friendliest welcomings, She swam the havenRate it:

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The Task: Book I. -- The Sofa
William Cowper
midnight hour To sleep within the carriage more secure, His legs depending at the open door. Sweet Rate it:

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The Waggoner - Canto First
William Wordsworth
best resolves) be on his guard? He marches by, secure and bold; Yet while he thinks on times of oldRate it:

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Times
Charles Churchill
rich and noble Dame, To serve her lust, and yet secure her fame, Keeps on high diet, as We CaponsRate it:

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