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In Spite Of Ourselves
Kurt Philip Behm
part of the whole Insuring our divinity —in spite of ourselves (Villanova Pennsylvania: March, Rate it:

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Lady, your words do spite me
John Wilbye
Lady, your words do spite me, Yet your sweet lips, so soft, kiss and delight me, Your deeds my heart surcharg'd with overjoying, Your taunts my lif...Rate it:

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The Speeding Of The King's Spite
James Whitcomb Riley
a royal piece of chicanery To harry and spite the Queen; For King though he was, and beyond compareRate it:

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Despite
Franklin P. Adams
alarm me; And yet somehow we won the war In spite of the Regular Army. The things they say of thRate it:

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The Song Of Old Joe Swallow
Henry Lawson
good for in those days o' long ago. But in spite ov barren ridges an' in spite ov mud an' heat, Rate it:

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The Battling Days
Henry Lawson
man! you prate of the change ‘since then’— In spite of all, I’d as lief be back in those hard old dRate it:

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The World is Full of Kindness
Henry Lawson
wood and stone; But all men are his brothers, In spite of all the “Powers,” And the things he does Rate it:

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A Soliloquy Of The Full Moon, She Being In A Mad Passion
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Butcher-dog's inward Bow wow For me they all spite--an unfortunate Wight. And the very first momentRate it:

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Alone
Sara Teasdale
I am alone, in spite of love, In spite of all I take and give -- In spite of all your tenderness, Sometimes I am not glad to live. I am alone, as ...Rate it:

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Amelia Jane
David McKee Wright
and law, and they give it a prettier name. But, spite of the paltry wage that's paid, it's slavery Rate it:

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Coomera
Henry Lawson
the body from the cruel heartless sea, And in spite of wind and water, soon they reached the barqueRate it:

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For A' That And A' That
Sir Walter Scott
be his lot, Where he may sit and claw that. In spite of slight, in spite of might In spite of bragsRate it:

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For'ard
Henry Lawson
aft, (He will miss the bath-rooms aft), Spite of all there's no denyin' that there's finer feeRate it:

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Introduction to Ginger Mick
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
that snouted 'im, an' never give a dam. But spite uv orl 'is 'ulkin' frame, an' langwidge flowin' Rate it:

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La Cloche fêlée (The Cracked Bell)
Charles Baudelaire
sing in the fog. Happy is the bell which in spite of age Is vigilant and healthy, and with lusty tRate it:

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The Kitten And Falling Leaves
William Wordsworth
pair! And I will have my careless season Spite of melancholy reason, Will walk through life in suchRate it:

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`For'ard'
Henry Lawson
aft, (He will miss the bath-rooms aft), Spite of all there's no denyin' that there's finer feRate it:

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O Ship of State
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
the sail, And not a rent made by the gale! In spite of rock and tempest's roar, In spite of falsRate it:

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The Republic
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of the sail, And not a rent made by the gale! In spite of rock and tempest's roar, In spite of falsRate it:

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The Cradle
La Fontaine
had she e'er in golden dreams believed; But, spite of tender years, her mind was high, And village Rate it:

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A Dilettante
Augusta Davies Webster
with the winds, that will blow as they list in spite of you? Fie, I am weary of your pettish griRate it:

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A Satire against the citizens of London
Henry Howard
appear to thee That secret sin hath secret spite; From justice' rod no fault is free; But thaRate it:

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A Thing of Beauty (Endymion)
John Keats
A flowery band to bind us to the earth, Spite of despondence, of the inhuman dearth Of noble natRate it:

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Affable Alf
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
grand perorations, exordiums, too, 'Spite their obscurity, Are of a purity And of a quality equalRate it:

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All Is Well
Arthur Hugh Clough
where, We cannot see, and can't declare. In spite of dreams, in spite of thought, 'Tis not in vaRate it:

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