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A Curse For A Nation
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
This is the curse. Write. When fools cast taunts at your gate, Your scorn ye shall somewhat Rate it:

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A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON
Robert Herrick
wants; Or, staying there, is scourged with taunts Of some rough groom, who, yirk'd with corns, saysRate it:

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A Woman’s Sonnets: IV
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
read the secret which so close I hold, Should taunts and jeers at my bowed head be hurled, And all Rate it:

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America
William Cullen Bryant
thy blooming years. With words of shame And taunts of scorn they join thy name. For on thy cheeksRate it:

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An Orson Of The Muse
George Meredith
livery And measured courtly paces rouse his taunts, Naked and hairy in his savage haunts, To NatureRate it:

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Down, But Not Out
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
once more I, with shrill defiance, cry And fling taunts in the teeth of woeful Winter. I know thisRate it:

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Epistle To A Friend, In Answer To Some Lines Exhorting The Author To Be Cheerful, And To Banish Care
George Gordon Lord Byron
all I loved is changed or gone, Mock with such taunts the woes of one, Whose every thought--but letRate it:

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Forbidden Underground
Mario William Vitale
on vile matter with a barrage of waste that taunts the madness in my mind for i have seen enough tuRate it:

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Fortitude
Robert William Service
of your yesterday He pages with the Past; He taunts you with the grave's decay And calls the score Rate it:

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Fragments
Louisa May Alcott
with pride, And I snap my fingers at a foeman's taunts. And so do his sisters, and his cousins, anRate it:

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Gettysburg
Herman Melville
went the shriek of shells- Aerial screamings, taunts and yells; Then the three waves in flashed advRate it:

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Heathers
Mario William Vitale
exploding within shadows block the temptress taunts alone in the silence, couples running nakedRate it:

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Keep Me satisfied
Nikhil Parekh
deprived me of education; leaving me to bear the taunts of the acrimonious society; then I would reRate it:

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Lady, your words do spite me
John Wilbye
deeds my heart surcharg'd with overjoying, Your taunts my life destroying. Since both have force toRate it:

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Ode to Despair
Mary Darby Robinson
War with famish'd Tygers wage, And mock the taunts of Fear. When across the yawning deep, The Rate it:

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Ode to Envy
Mary Darby Robinson
Thy vengeance haunts the silent grave, Thy taunts insult the ashes of the brave; While proud AMBRate it:

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Ode to Melancholy
Thomas Hood
the lad; For so it is, with spent delights She taunts men's brains, and makes them mad. All thinRate it:

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One Hour To Madness And Joy
Walt Whitman
and dangerous! To court destruction with taunts--with invitations! To ascend--to leap to the Rate it:

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Only In My Memories.
Nikhil Parekh
thwarting my senses with inexplicably stabbing taunts and comments, She was a girl; who wiped eacRate it:

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Phaethon--Attempted In Galliambic Measure
George Meredith
out: 'Let me show I am what I say, That the taunts I hear be silenced: I am stung with their whispeRate it:

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She Sat Alone Beside Her Hearth
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
she passed, With nothing to recall But bitter taunts, and careless words, And looks more cold than Rate it:

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Sonnet IX.
Charlotte Smith
eye of woe! The ills they ought to soothe with taunts deride, And laugh at tears themselves have foRate it:

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Stanzas to a Friend
Mary Darby Robinson
from bliss that cloys. With THEE, above the taunts of empty pride, The rigid frowns to youthful eRate it:

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Tale XII
George Crabbe
he was pain'd to see a rival near: Yet all the taunts of her contemptuous pride He bore, nor found Rate it:

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The Hour And The Ghost
Christina Georgina Rossetti
foam. BRIDE Hold me one moment longer, He taunts me with the past, His clutch is waxing stronger,Rate it:

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