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Enoch Arden
Alfred Lord Tennyson
before his eyes, To hoard all savings to the uttermost, To purchase his own boat, and make a home FRate it:

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Beloved Land
Ehsan Sehgal
I manage you With honesty and devotion Oh, my uttermost beloved land Live long; live long ForeverRate it:

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By The Waters Of Babylon
Christina Georgina Rossetti
but once again. His wrath came on us to the uttermost, His covenanted and most righteous wrath: YetRate it:

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Manhattan
Lola Ridge
arcs, Flaring and multiplying - Gold at the uttermost circles fading Into the tenderest hint of jaRate it:

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Look Seaward, Sentinel!
Alfred Austin
sing. Chorus of Home-coming Ships From the uttermost bound Of the wind and the foam, From creek aRate it:

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A Departure
Rudyard Kipling
serves the strong man well. (As it is when her uttermost deeps are stirred So it is where the quickRate it:

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A Hunting Song
Edith Wharton
if she slips you, once found, Push to her uttermost lair In the low house of despair. There will shRate it:

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A Longing to Return to the Land of Israel
Yehudah HaLevi
My heart is in the east, and I in the uttermost west. How can I find savor in food? How shall it be sweet to me? How shall I render my vows and m...Rate it:

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Adelaide Ironside
James Brunton Stephens
we borne thee asleep through the glow of the uttermost portal, But in the ruth of high souls that hRate it:

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Answers
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
then where will it go, Brother, O Brother? Its uttermost summit no man may know, For it goes up to Rate it:

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Art
Ambrose Bierce
thinking that such fine pay Transcended reason's uttermost bounds. For it seems to me uncommonly qRate it:

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At Euroma
Henry Kendall
a burning zone they left him alone, Past the uttermost western plain, And the nightfall dim heard hRate it:

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At Eventide
John Greenleaf Whittier
sin and wrong, Compassion which forgives To the uttermost, and Justice whose clear eyes Through lapRate it:

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Ave
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
wife unto the Holy Ghost:— Oh when our need is uttermost, Think that to such as death may strike ThRate it:

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Beyond Kerguelen
Henry Kendall
spears on it Breaks with the shout from the uttermost zone. Blind are its bays with the shadRate it:

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Epitaph On H. Walmsley, Esq.,
William Lisle Bowles
her love, her loss express, Thy widow, in this uttermost distress, When she with anguish hears her Rate it:

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Grandmother’s Teaching
Alfred Austin
veil of the sun, and stares in the eyes of the uttermost star. ``'Tis not the same world you knew,Rate it:

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Her Refrain
John Boyle O'Reilly
and the stars above me!' And I told her that uttermost time should prove The fervor and faith of myRate it:

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Invocation
Herman Melville
ne'er sin; Quaff there, at high tide, to the uttermost rim:-- Flood-tide, and soul-tide to the brimRate it:

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Isolation : A Fragment
Isaac Rosenberg
supremacy. Yea! He Instil fled far as the uttermost star, Beyond the unperturbed fastnesses of nighRate it:

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Lapis Lazuli
William Butler Yeats
blazing into the head: Tragedy wrought to its uttermost. Though Hamlet rambles and Lear rages, And Rate it:

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Leave Me, O Love Which Reachest But To Dust
Sir Philip Sidney
of heavenly breath. Then farewell, world! thy uttermost I see: Eternal Love, maintain thy life in mRate it:

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Leave Me, O Love, Which Reachest But to Dust
Sir Philip Sidney
of heavenly breath. Then farewell world, thy uttermost I see, Eternal Love, maintain thy life in Rate it:

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Lines on the Mausoleum of the Princess Charlotte, at Claremont
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
is not this thy worst, of griefs— Thine uttermost despair—to see The grave close over the fondRate it:

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Lines to the Memory of Pitt
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
commerce increase, When thy arms through the uttermost coasts are extended, And thy war is triumpRate it:

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