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A Tinge Of Lilac
Kurt Philip Behm
filling corners deep and closed Its breezes tinged with lilac —all negatives exposed (VillanovRate it:

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A Tinge Of Lilac
Kurt Philip Behm
filling corners deep and closed Its breeze now tinged with lilac, with all negatives exposed (Rate it:

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Find Me A Girl?
Nikhil Parekh
and uncut nails; without the most insipid tinge of suaveness beautifying your shadow? Find me a gRate it:

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The Ruined Cottage
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
their lightest wings; The fruits had their first tinge of summer light; The sunny sky, the very leaRate it:

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An Octopus
Marianne Moore
'ghostly pallor changing to the green metallic tinge of an anemone-starred pool.' The fir-trees, inRate it:

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A Girl's Grave
Patrick Edward Quinn
and wild. Hair with the red gold's luring tinge, Fine as the finest silk, Violet eyes with aRate it:

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A Girls' Grave
Patrick Edward Quinn
and wild. Hair with the red gold's luring tinge, Fine as the finest silk, Violet eyes with a Rate it:

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A Single Beat.
Nikhil Parekh
blush of her regally charismatic cheeks; the tinge of profusely exuberant scarlet that encapsulatedRate it:

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A Summer Night
Matthew Arnold
will not say that your mild deeps retain A tinge, it may be, of their silent pain Who have longed dRate it:

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A Voice from Afar
John Henry Newman
Weep not for me;— Be blithe as wont, nor tinge with gloom The stream of love that circles home, Light hearts and free! Joy in the gifts Heaven’...Rate it:

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After A Good Nights Sleep
Nikhil Parekh
through my veins had acquired a lighter tinge; and now flowed with pumped exuberance, Dried crustRate it:

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Alive
Nikhil Parekh
portraying that voluptuously pink and robust tinge, If I perceived myself as a blabber mouth; theRate it:

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Amalfi. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Fourth)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
ruins lies, And its roses all in bloom Seem to tinge the fatal skies Of that lonely land of doom. Rate it:

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An Ode on the Piece
Helen Maria Williams
grasps his reeking blade, while streams of blood Tinge the vast plain, and swell the purple flood. Rate it:

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And Doth Not a Meeting Like This
Thomas Moore
thus lighted by wine, We'll wear the gay tinge of youth's roses again. What soften'd remembranceRate it:

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Ask My life
Nikhil Parekh
missed her unfathomably charming impression; the tinge of her magnanimous authority between each imRate it:

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Assemblage Of Heavenly Blue
Nikhil Parekh
The sky with its tinge of heavenly blue, The sky which is coherent and true. The sky so beautiful with its purplish face, The sky that can conque...Rate it:

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Believable
Nikhil Parekh
Unbelievable. Was the exhilaratingly rubicund tinge in her cheeks; perpetuating a cistern of neveRate it:

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Billy's Alphabetical Animal Show
James Whitcomb Riley
was a ring-tailed Raccoon, With eyes of the tinge of the moon, And his nose a blue-black, And the fRate it:

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Bountiful Rain
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
of gracelessness far from the mind. Is there a tinge of reproach in our gratitude If we suggest thaRate it:

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But for the Grace of God
Edwin Arlington Robinson
of light Into the room; And when he left, a tinge of something bright Survived the gloom. Why Rate it:

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But That Doesn't Mean
Nikhil Parekh
have soft flesh on my visage; the voluptuous tinge which seduced the most glorious of angels into aRate it:

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Cold Soda drink
Nikhil Parekh
brown, coated with oxygen and aroma, with a tinge of sweetened flavour, and specific gravity morRate it:

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Crab Poison
Nikhil Parekh
collapse of tiny feet, Baby white skin, with a tinge of blue poison, As dirty brown spider stingsRate it:

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Creed
Gabriela Mistral
in my heart that what I wring from myself To tinge life’s canvas With red of pallid hue, thus cloakRate it:

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