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Thoughts On The Shape Of The Human Body
Rupert Brooke
and socket; but unsatisfied Sprawling desires, shapeless, perverse, denied. Finger with finger wreaRate it:

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I think just how my shape will rise
Emily Dickinson
I think just how my shape will rise— When I shall be "forgiven"— Till Hair—and Eyes—and timid Head— Are out of sight—in Heaven— I think just how m...Rate it:

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When I by Thy Faire Shape Did Sweare
Richard Lovelace
I. When I by thy faire shape did sweare, And mingled with each vowe a teare, I lov'd, I lov'd thee best, I swore as I profest. For all the whi...Rate it:

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Eden bower
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
babes had Lilith and Adam! (Sing Eden Bower!) Shapes that coiled in the woods and waters, GlitterinRate it:

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Believe It Or Not
Nikhil Parekh
crime; as whatever might have been their size; shape; color; fraternity or form; but for the OmnipoRate it:

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Newness
Nikhil Parekh
currents of summer wind, Be it in any form; shape; color or height; Newness was what I was inexhaRate it:

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A Dialogue Of Self And Soul
William Butler Yeats
can he escape That defiling and disfigured shape The mirror of malicious eyes Casts upon his eyes uRate it:

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Fergus And The Druid
William Butler Yeats
the rocks, And you have changed and flowed from shape to shape, First as a raven on whose ancient wRate it:

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A Fairy Tale In The Ancient English Style
Thomas Parnell
one Sir Topaz dress'd with Art, And, if a Shape cou'd win a Heart, He had a Shape to win. Edwin (ifRate it:

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Eidólons
Walt Whitman
their womb of birth, Of orbic tendencies to shape, and shape, and shape, The mighty ERate it:

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From: Time In The Rock
Conrad Potter Aiken
that my voice made mine, this that my word has shaped for you— if this voice speaks before us, sRate it:

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God
Walt Whitman
20 Or Time and Space! Or shape of Earth, divine and wondrous! Or shape iRate it:

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Mesmerism
Robert Browning
her soul to advance And inform the shape Which has made escape And before my countenance AnswerRate it:

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The Room
Conrad Potter Aiken
else, when chaos draws all forces inward To shape a single leaf? . . . FRate it:

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The Winding Stair
William Butler Yeats
can he escape That defiling and disfigured shape The mirror of malicious eyes Casts upon his Rate it:

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Among School Children
William Butler Yeats
kind of old scarecrow. What youthful mother, a shape upon her lap Honey of generation had betrayed,Rate it:

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Spectres
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
beside my chair. Why, need I tell thee what its shape or name? Thou hast thy secret hidden from thRate it:

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A Question
Frederick George Scott
"We can tell from a bone," ye say, "An animal's shape and size, And the size and shape of itsRate it:

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The Cornish Pasty
Christopher Webster
air! The secret was not in the baking, But its shape that gives it the noise. It was found that bRate it:

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The Cosinic Curve
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
good; but Matilda Mabel Wood Was circular in shape - cats said 'inflated.' Both these girls, the thRate it:

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Ode On A Grecian Urn
John Keats
What leaf-fring'd legend haunts about thy shape Of deities or mortals, or of both, Rate it:

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The Veil Of Maya
Edith Nesbit
I know This longing that invades my days; This shape that haunts life's busy ways I know since longRate it:

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A Dream Of Resurrection
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
It was less like a human corse Than that fair shape in which perforce A lost hope clothes itselfRate it:

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A Song
Thomas Parnell
Cælia's Eyes were dazzling fair, Sabina's easy Shape and Air With softer Magick drew. He haunts theRate it:

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A Vision of Poesy - Part 01
Henry Timrod
that on the night when he was born, A beauteous shape swept slowly through the room; Its eyes brokeRate it:

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