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Present To Sharpen
Kurt Philip Behm
often Past and future beguiled —the present to sharpen (Villanova Pennsylvania: November, 2017)Rate it:

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Long Sight in Age
Philip Larkin
say eyes clear with age, As dew clarifies air To sharpen evenings, As if time put an edge Round theRate it:

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An heroic address to [Oxford], concerning the combined utility and dignity of military affairs and o
Gabriel Harvey
brought into play, now is the time for thee to sharpen the spear and to handle great engines of waRate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Third
George Gordon Lord Byron
wine- A sad, sour, sober beverage- by time Is sharpen'd from its high celestial flavour Down to a vRate it:

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Ecclesiastes
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
He shall quicken kings, Unleash new battles, sharpen spears unborn, Shadow on shadow; but His starsRate it:

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Epistle To A Young Friend
Robert Burns
But keek thro' ev'ry other man, Wi' sharpen'd, sly inspection. The sacred lowe o' well-plac'd lRate it:

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Family Feud, or Coevolution
Xiaoyuan Yin
is but about you and her. A blacksmith shouts: “Sharpen thy canine teeth! Tear apart thy foe, or thRate it:

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Fetty Wap Still On Top
Mario William Vitale
school new school that's how we rule Sharpen your arrow and point it to the sky Got free sRate it:

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He Was Their
Mario William Vitale
aware when he comes with a blaze of glory... Sharpen your eyes bend your bows make some glorious noRate it:

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Heaven & Hell
Kurt Philip Behm
Do your words sharpen, as your feelings dull Do your actions harken, what’s still to cull Do your wheels spin faster, as you sink in place ...Rate it:

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Heaven And Hell
Kurt Philip Behm
Do your words sharpen, as your feelings dull Do your actions harken, what’s still to know Do your wheels spin faster as you sink in place ...Rate it:

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In A Gadda Da Vida
Mario William Vitale
my existence caught through the pattern in time sharpen your arrows through the sky with pride if yRate it:

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In Memoriam
Ambrose Bierce
the conceit _My_ legs upon which to sharpen her feet. Perhaps it shouldn't have gone for much, But Rate it:

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Jim the Splitter
Henry Kendall
can show him! For a man is a man who can 'sharpen' and 'set', And he is the only thing masculine yRate it:

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Lights Of Divine
Ehsan Sehgal
myself To purify My heart and soul To sharpen my vision I dig my entity Into the burden of pain I cRate it:

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Mac Flecknoe: A Satire upon the True-blue Protestant Poet T
John Dryden
trembling underneath thy nail. At thy well sharpen'd thumb from shore to shore The treble squeaRate it:

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Macaulay's New Zealander
James Brunton Stephens
men shall file away with prose and rhyme To sharpen me, the foremost file of time. I pray you, purRate it:

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Making Cider
Victoria Sackville-West
and deep; But keen and cold the northern nights Sharpen the quiet yard. And sharp like no rich soutRate it:

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Midnight Fall
Mario William Vitale
a port at storm chasing the dreams from my head sharpen your arrows along the path do the math thenRate it:

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One Hundred and Three
Henry Lawson
a stranger might think it odd; But a man might sharpen it on the floor, and go to his own Great GodRate it:

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One Of Us Two
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
existence Alone with the memories that but sharpen pain. And these sweet days shall shine back inRate it:

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Proverbs
William Baylebridge
unity? That knife for thee - thou help'st them sharpen it. Where is thy spirit? where thy wit? 'TisRate it:

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Rokeby: Canto III.
Sir Walter Scott
climes afar Each attribute of roving war; The sharpen'd ear, the piercing eye, The quick resolveRate it:

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Rokeby: Canto VI.
Sir Walter Scott
and sedge he peers, With fierce round snout and sharpen'd ears Or, prowling by the moonbeam cool,Rate it:

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The Faerie Queene: Book I, Canto I
Edmund Spenser
wrong: O helpe thou my weake wit, and sharpen my dull tong. iii And thou most dreaded impe ofRate it:

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