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Love's Servile Lot
Robert Southwell
soothing words enthralled souls She chains in servile bands; Her eye in silence hath a speech Rate it:

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Elegy XIV. Declining an Invitation To Visit Foreign Countries
William Shenstone
warbler of my grove. No distant clime shall servile airs impart, Or form these limbs with pliant eRate it:

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On Simony
Joseph Hall
to the left-side alley of St. Paules. Thou servile fool, why could'st thou not repair To buy a beneRate it:

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The Progress Of A Divine: Satire
Richard Savage
wight, Factious for pow'r-a son of Levy right! Servile to 'squires, to vassals proud his mien, As CRate it:

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My Beloved Is Mine and I Am His
Francis Quarles
all those glittering monarchs that command The servile quarters of this earthly ball Should tender Rate it:

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Ad Comitissam Rutlandiæ
Francis Beaumont
whate'er my verses be, They will like the most servile flattery shew, If I write truth, and make thRate it:

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Samson Agonistes (excerpts)
John Milton
when any chance Relieves me from my task of servile toil, Daily in the common prison else eRate it:

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A Divine Rapture
Francis Quarles
those glittering Monarchs, that command The servile quarters of this earthly ball, Should tendRate it:

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A Fact, And An Imagination, Or, Canute And Alfred, On The Seashore
William Wordsworth
rising from the invaded throne, Said to his servile Courtiers,--'Poor the reach, The undisguised eRate it:

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A Glimpse Of China
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
living graves. These Chinese do not fawn with servile lips; They lift up equal eyes that ask and scRate it:

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A Letter To Monsieur Boileau Despreaux, Occasioned By The Victory At Blenheim
Matthew Prior
Since hired for life, thy servile Muse must sing Successive conquests and a glorious King; Must of a man immortal vainly boast, And bring him laure...Rate it:

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A Marie-Anne-Charlotte Corday
Andre Marie de Chenier
tu méprisas la rage D'un peuple abject, servile, et fécond en outrage, Et qui se croit alors et libRate it:

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A Message to America
Alan Seeger
peoples to scorn and mock, Who would make you servile, despised, and weak, A country that turns tRate it:

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An Ecstacy
Francis Quarles
those glittering Monarchs, that command The servile quarters of this earthly ball, Should tendeRate it:

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An Experiment In Translation
Alfred Austin
though from splendid palace streams at dawn No servile train, gaping at inlaid gates, Corinthian brRate it:

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At Shelley’s House At Lerici
Alfred Austin
do towering despots reign Over lithe knee and servile brain, The scared, the base, the bought? MonaRate it:

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Be Angry At The Sun
Robinson Jeffers
for power, and women perhaps for fame, And the servile to serve a Leader and the dupes to be duped.Rate it:

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Beranger's
Eugene Field
disdained Thy faded hue and quaint design; Let servile flattery be the price Of ribbons in the royaRate it:

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Book First [Introduction-Childhood and School Time]
William Wordsworth
wish Again to bend the Sabbath of that time To a servile yoke. What need of many words? A pleasant Rate it:

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By the Window
Edward Dowden
Shapeless to thinking? Nay, but are not we Servile to words and an usurping brain, Infidels oRate it:

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Calm
Charles Baudelaire
vile human multitude goes to earn remorse, in servile pleasure’s play, under the lash of joy, the Rate it:

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Charms of Precedence - A Tale
William Shenstone
thick, that few can get along, For which such servile toils are seen, Who's happier than a king?-a Rate it:

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Condolatory Address To Sarah, Countess Of Jersey, On The Prince Regent's Returning Her Picture To Mrs. Mee
George Gordon Lord Byron
When the vain triumph of the imperial lord, Whom servile Rome obey'd, and yet abhorr'd, Gave to the vulgar gaze each glorious bust, That left a lik...Rate it:

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Cupid Turned Ploughman. - From Moschus
Matthew Prior
shall bow, Feel the sharp goad, and draw the servile plough; What once Europa was Nannette is now. Rate it:

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Cyder: Book II
John Arthur Phillips
is past; the vigorous Horse disdains Such servile Labours, or, if forc'd, forgets His past AtRate it:

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