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All Flesh
Francis Thompson
fate can find. O little blade, now vaunt Thee, and be arrogant! Tell the proud sun that he SweatedRate it:

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Song Of Yoomy
Herman Melville
Departed the pride, and the glory of Mardi: The vaunt of her isles sleeps deep in the sea, That rolls o'er his corse with a hush, His warriors bend...Rate it:

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Rabbi Ben Ezra
Robert Browning
and finite clods, untroubled by a spark. Poor vaunt of life indeed, Were man but formed to feed OnRate it:

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A Corymbus For Autumn
Francis Thompson
a vine-splash, a tossed tress, flown vaunt 'tis! Suffer my singing, Gipsy of Seasons, ere thou go wRate it:

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A Lovers' Quarrel
Robert Browning
a bubble born of breath, Neither sneer nor vaunt, Nor reproach nor taunt. See a word, how Rate it:

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A Monumental Column
John Webster
to plant Laurel instead of elm, and made their vaunt Their sons and daughters should such trophieRate it:

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A SONG WRITTEN BY THE EARL OF SURREY
Henry Howard
and fresh, am I not of your hue ?3 And for my vaunt I dare well say, my blood is not untrue. For yoRate it:

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All Is Vanity
Anne Kingsmill Finch
from its Parent Ground, (Howe'er we vaunt our Elevated Birth) The Epicure in soft Array, The lothsRate it:

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America--
Janet Hamilton
and nation? Peace, peace! No more of boast or vaunt, Of false pretence, or lying cant; Is it, indeRate it:

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Australia
George Essex Evans
be the wave of thought indeed From New World vaunt and Old World need, To manlier day and mightier Rate it:

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Ballade Of The Unchanged Beloved
Richard Le Gallienne
and decay Of things familiar and dear, And vaunt of a swift-running day That sweeps the fair old PaRate it:

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Brantford
James McIntyre
the banks of Thames, And the Grand River it doth vaunt Of the historic name of Brant. The city's pRate it:

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Communion
Paul Laurence Dunbar
be to me Dear and helpful as before. Death may vaunt and Death may boast, But we laugh his pow'r tRate it:

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Crepuscule du Matin
Amy Lowell
things Which you had promised proved an empty vaunt. I felt your clinging hands while night's broRate it:

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Dinah Kneading Dough
Paul Laurence Dunbar
go Through the gently yielding dough. Maids may vaunt their finer charms-- Naught to me like Dinah'Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto the First
George Gordon Lord Byron
one; Of such as these I should not care to vaunt, I'll therefore take our ancient frienRate it:

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Fog
Emma Lazarus
many murmuring tongues, While loud the merchants vaunt their gorgeous wares. The sultry air is spicRate it:

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Fourth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
It was not then a poet's dream, An idle vaunt of song, Such as beneath the moon's soft gleam On vacant fancies throng; Which bids us see in he...Rate it:

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Griselda: A Society Novel In Verse - Chapter I
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
anon, or rather never. All that the world could vaunt for its endeavour Was the fair promise of herRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 06 - part 02
Torquato Tasso
fear, Some here shall pay him for his glorious vaunt, Without or guile, or vantage, that I swear. TRate it:

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L'art Et Le Peuple (Art And The People)
Victor Marie Hugo
outpours; Hungary, the Russian's base vaunt! O tyrants! the People doth chant Even as the lion roarRate it:

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Man's Injustice Towards Providence
Anne Kingsmill Finch
and secur'd by this unfailing Brain. This idle Vaunt had scarcely past his Lips, When Tydings camRate it:

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Marmion: Canto V. - The Court
Sir Walter Scott
huge, that many simply thought, But for a vaunt such weapons wrought; And little deemed their forceRate it:

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My Lady Nature and her Daughters
John Henry Newman
is fair in its degree. 'Tis not pride, this vaunt of beauty; Well she 'quits her trust of duty; Rate it:

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Nacogdoches Speaks
Karle Wilson Baker
of spurs--the shadows that they cast. I do not vaunt their valors, or their crimes: I tell my secreRate it:

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