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Church And State
William Butler Yeats
for old age meet; Might of the Church and the State, Their mobs put under their feet. O but heart'sRate it:

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Modern Love XIX: No State Is Enviable
George Meredith
No state is enviable. To the luck alone Of some few favoured men I would put claim. I bleed, but her who wounds I will not blame. Have I not fel...Rate it:

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Moloch In State Street
John Greenleaf Whittier
tale will hear? Thank God! our mother State can yet Her fame retrieve; To you and to your children Rate it:

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O Ship of State
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Thou, too, sail on, O Ship of State! Sail on, O Union, strong and great! Humanity with all its fears, With all the hopes of future years, Is ha...Rate it:

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MEN MIND NO STATE IN SICKNESS
Robert Herrick
the axle-tree; Thy wife, thy children, and the state Of Persian looms and antique plate: --All thesRate it:

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A Song. High State And Honours To Others Impart
John Dryden
High state and honours to others impart, But give me your heart: That treasure, that treasure alone, I beg for my own. So gentle a love, so ferven...Rate it:

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Atlas; Or The Minister Of State
Jonathan Swift
could have borne it half so long. Great statesmen are in this condition; And Atlas is a politician,Rate it:

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Foundations Of The State
Ambrose Bierce
their intellects deflate Of theories about the State. This one avers 'tis built on Truth, And that Rate it:

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Mutual Forbearance : Necessary to the Happiness of the Married State
William Cowper
all that must create The comfort of the wedded state; Instead of harmony, ‘tis jar, And tumult, andRate it:

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Our State
John Greenleaf Whittier
of gold! Rough, bleak, and hard, our little State Is scant of soil, of limits strait; Her yellow saRate it:

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The Best State
Friedrich Schiller
'How can I know the best state?' In the way that thou know'st the best woman; Namely, my friend, that the world ever is silent of both...Rate it:

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The Glories of our Blood and State
James Shirley
The glories of our blood and state Are shadows, not substantial things; There is no armour against fate; Death lays his icy hand on...Rate it:

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The Singer Of High State
Louis Golding
of song reverberate. Held by the Singer of High State, Battalions of the midnight pause. On hills Rate it:

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DESCRIPTION OF THE RESTLESS STATE OF A LOVER.
Henry Howard
WHEN youth had led me half the race That Cupid's scourge had made me run ; I looked back to mete the place From whence my weary course begun. ...Rate it:

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Night In State Street
Harriet Monroe
Art thou he?— The seer and sage, the hero and lover—yea, The man of men, then away from the haughty day Come with me! Ho—ho! to the night— The s...Rate it:

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On Two Ministers of State
Hilaire Belloc
Lump says that Caliban's of gutter breed, And Caliban says Lump's a fool indeed, And Caliban and Lump and I are all agreed. Rate it:

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Satyr IX. The State Of Love Imitated Fm An Elegy Of Mons:r Desportes
Thomas Parnell
In the st season of the infant earth When all from Chaos took their orderd birth When mankind from the hand of heaven came All pure & white ere vic...Rate it:

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State's Attorney Fallas
Edgar Lee Masters
I, the scourge-wielder, balance-wrecker, Smiter with whips and swords; I, hater of the breakers of the law; I, legalist, inexorable and bitter, Dri...Rate it:

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The Best State Constitution
Friedrich Schiller
I can recognize only as such, the one that enables Each to think what is right,--but that he thinks so, cares not. Rate it:

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THE LOVER DESCRIBETH HIS RESTLESS STATE
Henry Howard
AS oft as I behold, and see The sovereign beauty that me bound ; The nigher my comfort is to me, Alas ! the fresher is my wound. As flame doth qu...Rate it:

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The State Of Age
George Meredith
Rub thou thy battered lamp: nor claim nor beg Honours from aught about thee. Light the young. Thy frame is as a dusty mantle hung, O grey one! pend...Rate it:

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To The Right Honourable William, Earl Of Dartmouth, His Majesty's Principal Secretary Of The State For North-America,
Phillis Wheatley
HAIL, happy day, when, smiling like the morn, Fair Freedom rose New-England to adorn: The northern clime beneath her genial ray, Dartmouth, congrat...Rate it:

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The Book of Urizen: Chapter IV
William Blake
of joy. And a first Age passed over, And a state of dismal woe. 7. From the caverns of his jointedRate it:

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How Bateese Came Home
William Henry Drummond
For mak' de habitant farmerre--he better go on State-- 7 An' so wan summer evening we 're driRate it:

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Tale XXI
George Crabbe
hospitality: Left with his children in a widow'd state, The quiet man submitted to his fate; ThoughRate it:

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