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The Himmaleh was known to stoop
Emily Dickinson
The Himmaleh was known to stoop Unto the Daisy low— Transported with Compassion That such a Doll should grow Where Tent by Tent—Her Universe Hung o...Rate it:

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Any Saint
Francis Thompson
thy being dim, And be Dead deathlessly. Stoop, stoop; for thou dost fear The nettle's wrathful speRate it:

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Braggart
John Clare
at mouth and with a staggering stoop Mutters an angry look at all he meets. Bumptious and vain and Rate it:

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Les Chats (Cats)
Charles Baudelaire
gloomy steeds: If their pride could let them stoop to bondage. When they dream, they assume the nRate it:

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My Last Duchess
Robert Browning
name With anybody's gift. Who'd stoop to blame This sort of trifling? Even had you skill In speechRate it:

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Ode V: Against Suspicion
Mark Akenside
to virtue's peaceful times: Soon will you stoop to act the crimes Which thus you stoop to fear: GuiRate it:

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The Candidate
George Crabbe
glow; Praise without meanness, without flattery stoop, Soothe without fear, and without trembling, Rate it:

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The Legend Of The Horseshoe
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
up the horseshoe then (He ne'er again like this stoop'd down). And when at length they reach'd the Rate it:

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A Cavalier Song
Robert Browning
swing: And, pressing a troop unable to stoop And see the rogues flourish and honest folk droop, MarRate it:

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An Epigram From Homer
William Cowper
of their art, While I rejoice; and if a potter stoop To peep into his furnace, may the fire Flash iRate it:

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Nicholas Nye
Walter de la Mare
thistles, purple and spiked, Would sometimes stoop and sigh, And turn to his head, as if he said,Rate it:

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A Song Of Trafalgar
Edith Nesbit
was the fighting way. If Nelson's England must stoop to bear What never honour should brook, InRate it:

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Hymn 50
Isaac Watts
high, Sink every mountain low; The proud must stoop, and humble souls Shall his salvation know. "TRate it:

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The Falconer Of God
Stephen Vincent Benet
heart-strings The answer to their woe. Then stoop thou upon him, and grip and hold him so!” My Rate it:

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If
Rudyard Kipling
the things you gave your life to, broken, And stoop and build'em up with worn-out tools; If youRate it:

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Alexandreis
Anne Killigrew
And from my humble suit disdaining fly, I'll stoop and beg no more, since I know this, Writing oRate it:

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A Good-Bye
Edith Nesbit
of yesterday--? Dear--do you dream that I would stoop to try? Ah, no--Good-bye! Rate it:

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A Song Of Parting
Edith Nesbit
I have given you songs a whole year long, Stoop, of your grace, and take this one song more. I Rate it:

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Gloria Mundi
Walter de la Mare
foolish gaze to sate; Once more convulsively to stoop its jaw, Or seize the morsel with an enviouRate it:

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A Summons
John Greenleaf Whittier
the old Pilgrim spirit quenched within us, Stoops the strong manhood of our souls so low, That MammRate it:

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A Trembling Star
Ethel Turner
skies for that sweet, frightened light, And stoop His cheek And say "`My angels must not Rate it:

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A Ballad Maker
Padraic Colum
to spare, Over the hills and far away. And I was stooped and troubled sore, And my face was pale, aRate it:

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A Christ-child Day in Australia
Ethel Turner
subjects faint and reel, Does she but melt, stoop to entrance, They kiss her hem and kneel. Rate it:

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A Dialogue. Lute And Voice
Richard Lovelace
to swell, And the high heav'n to stoop to hell? Rate it:

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A Japanese Wood-Carving
Amy Lowell
to break, The spirits of the sky deigning to stoop And play with ocean in a summer mood. HangingRate it:

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