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Sonnet 38: How can my Muse want subject to invent
William Shakespeare
How can my Muse want subject to invent While thou dost breathe, that pour'st into my verse Thine own sweet argument, too excellent For every vulgar...Rate it:

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From: Horace To: Phyllis Subject: Invitation
Franklin P. Adams
Horace: Book IV, Ode 11 "Est mihi nonum superantis annum--" Phyllis, I've a jar of wine, (Alban, B.C. 49) Parsley wreathes, and, for your tress...Rate it:

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That Nature Is Not Subject To Decay (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Ah, how the Human Mind wearies herself With her own wand'rings, and, involved in gloom Impenetrable, speculates amiss! Measuring, in her folly, thi...Rate it:

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To Stella, Written On The Day Of Her Birth. March 13, 1723-4, But Not On The Subject, When I Was Sick In Bed
Jonathan Swift
Tormented with incessant pains, Can I devise poetic strains? Time was, when I could yearly pay My verse to Stella's native day: But now unable grow...Rate it:

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An Election Ballad
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
We were all so much touched and excited By a subject so direly sublime, That the rules of politRate it:

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David
Thomas Parnell
glitt'ring page resolve to view, That will the subject of my lines renew; The Laurel wreath, my famRate it:

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The Country Clergyman's Trip To Cambridge -- An Election Ballad
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
We were all so much touched and excited By a subject so direly sublime, That the rules of politRate it:

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The Dean’s Answer
Jonathan Swift
profusely to throw On so mean a design, and a subject so low. For mean's her design, and her subjecRate it:

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The Heathen Pass-ee
Arthur Clement Hilton
soon appeared; It was Euclid,, The same Was ‘the subject he feared’, But he smiled as he sat by theRate it:

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The Spectacles
La Fontaine
oft their freaks have in my page been shown. The subject may at length fatigue the mind; My Muse thRate it:

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At A Vacation Exercise In The Colledge, Part Latin, Part English. The Latin Speeches Ended, The English Thus Began
John Milton
if I were to chuse, Thy service in some graver subject use, Such as mRate it:

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À Une Dame Créole (To A Creole Lady)
Charles Baudelaire
of poets, Whom your large eyes would make more subject than your slaves. Translated by William AgRate it:

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Ad Comitissam Rutlandiæ
Francis Beaumont
is this strange letter grown, In seeking of a subject, yet finds none! But your brave thoughts, whiRate it:

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An EPISTLE from Alexander to Hephaestion In His Sickness
Anne Kingsmill Finch
which at my Feet they lay, Forget th' ambitious Subject of their Speed, And here arriv'd, only ThRate it:

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Annie Protheroe. A Legend of Stratford-le-Bow
William Schwenck Gilbert
CLAY. I think I hear you say, "A dreadful subject for your rhymes!" O reader, do not shrink - he dRate it:

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Athens: An Ode
Algernon Charles Swinburne
no man were ye, said your warrior poet, Neither subject unto man as underlings: Yours is now the seRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 22
Sa di
A king was subject to a terrible disease, the mention of which is not sanctioned by custom. The tribe of Yunani physicians agreed that this pain ca...Rate it:

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Enigma
Duncan Campbell Scott
wood for consuming fire; Unanswered they remain Subject to the sorrows of women utterly - Heart andRate it:

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Haw!
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
it really doesn't matter; So we'll close the subject. Haw!' Since the every first reformer Made sRate it:

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Last Words to a Dumb Friend
Thomas Hardy
round. Strange it is this speechless thing, Subject to our mastering, Subject for his life and fooRate it:

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On Imagination
Phillis Wheatley
the realms of thought. Before thy throne the subject-passions bow, Of subject-passions sov'reign ruRate it:

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Tale I
George Crabbe
inner waked, and he was man inspired. His subjects then were those, a subject true Presents in fairRate it:

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The Borough. Letter XI: Inns
George Crabbe
with special cause we beg for aid, When of our subject we are most afraid: INNS are this subject--'Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XXII: Peter Grimes
George Crabbe
in some propitious hour A feeling creature subject to his power. Peter had heard there werRate it:

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The Men Who Come Behind
Henry Lawson
pens that come behind. If you strike a novel subject, write it up, and do not fail, They will rhyRate it:

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