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Mother Shake The Cherry-Tree
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Mother shake the cherry-tree, Susan catch a cherry; Oh how funny that will be, Let's be merry! One for brother, one for sister, Two for mother...Rate it:

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Song - Shake off your heavy trance
Beaumont and Fletcher
Shake off your heavy trance, And leap into a dance, Such as no mortals use to tread, Fit only for Apollo - To play to, for the moon to lead, And al...Rate it:

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The Woods Shake in an Ague-Fit
Mathilde Blind
The woods shake in an ague-fit, The mad wind rocks the pine, From sea to sea the white gulls flit Into the roaring brine. The moon as if in pa...Rate it:

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Hands!
William Henry Ogilvie
Hands! Gentle Hands! When the Field at covert stands, When your four-rear-old is sweating, Foamed and fidgety and fretting As a stray hound jum...Rate it:

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Her Beautiful Hands
James Whitcomb Riley
Your hands--they are strangely fair! O Fair--for the jewels that sparkle there,-- Fair--for the witchery of the spell That ivory keys alone can tel...Rate it:

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The Hands of the Betrothed
David Herbert Lawrence
Her tawny eyes are onyx of thoughtlessness, Hardened they are like gems in ancient modesty; Yea, and her mouth’s prudent and crude caress Mea...Rate it:

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Dear Hands
James Whitcomb Riley
The touches of her hands are like the fall Of velvet snowflakes; like the touch of down The peach just brushes 'gainst the garden wall; The flossy ...Rate it:

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Hands
Arthur Symons
The little hands too soft and white To have known more laborious hours Than those which die upon a night Of kindling wine and fading flowers; The...Rate it:

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Hands
Robinson Jeffers
Inside a cave in a narrow canyon near Tassajara The vault of rock is painted with hands, A multitude of hands in the twilight, a cloud of men's pal...Rate it:

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Hands All Round
Alfred Lord Tennyson
First pledge our Queen this solemn night, Then drink to England, every guest; That man’s the best Cosmopolite Who loves his native country best. Ma...Rate it:

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The Gardener XVI: Hands Cling to Eyes
Rabindranath Tagore
Hands cling to hands and eyes linger on eyes: thus begins the record of our hearts. It is the moonlit night of March; the sweet smell of henna ...Rate it:

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Soft Hands
Jake Stevens
She was a miracle that came only when I needed her least, and when will I see you next turned into will I ever see you again. And usually, when a p...Rate it:

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Hold your mad hands
Robert Southey
Hold your mad hands! for ever on your plain Must the gorged vulture clog his beak with blood? For ever must your Niger's tainted flood, Roll to ...Rate it:

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Nature that Washed Her Hands in Milk
Sir Walter Raleigh
Nature, that washed her hands in milk, And had forgot to dry them, Instead of earth took snow and silk, At love's request to try them, If she a...Rate it:

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Of Hearts and Hands
Kiara
Today I held the hand of a friend, as we ran from a beast. Linked by something so fragile, so cautious. Our hands and souls met for an instant, an...Rate it:

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A Clasp Of Hands
Algernon Charles Swinburne
SOFT, small, and sweet as sunniest flowers That bask in heavenly heat When bud by bud breaks, breathes, and cowers, Soft, small, and sw...Rate it:

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An Epitaph [Hangman's hands laid in this tomb an]
Ambrose Bierce
Hangman's hands laid in this tomb an Imp of Satan's getting, whom an Ancient legend says that woman Never bore-he owed his birth To Sin herself. Fr...Rate it:

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Hands
Mario William Vitale
I looked at my hands They whispered old No, I cried My flesh is firm My eyes are bright The years controlled They whispered old I looked at...Rate it:

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I felt my life with both my hands
Emily Dickinson
I felt my life with both my hands To see if it was there— I held my spirit to the Glass, To prove it possibler— I turned my Being round and round ...Rate it:

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I Wrung My Hands
Anna Akhmatova
I wrung my hands under my dark veil. . . "Why are you pale, what makes you reckless?" -- Because I have made my loved one drunk with an astringent ...Rate it:

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Into Their Hands
Kurt Philip Behm
Dreams, like orphaned water lilies, float across the surface Ferrying my last token wish, adrift—this silver pond The swans make way, as fa...Rate it:

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Just as He spoke it from his Hands
Emily Dickinson
Just as He spoke it from his Hands This Edifice remain— A Turret more, a Turret less Dishonor his Design— According as his skill prefer It perish,...Rate it:

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My hands clasped under a veil
Anna Akhmatova
My hands clasped under a veil, dim and hazy… 'Why are you so pale and upset?' That’s because I today made him crazy With the sour wine of regret. ...Rate it:

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Our Hands Have Met
William Morris
Our hands have met, our lips have met Our souls - who knows when the wind blows How light souls drift mid longings set, If thou forget'st, can I fo...Rate it:

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Some Busy Hands…
Edith Wharton
I. SOME busy hands have brought to light, And laid beneath my eye, The dress I wore that afternoon You came to say good-by. About it still th...Rate it:

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