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Proud Word You Never Spoke
Walter Savage Landor
Proud word you never spoke, but you will speak Four not exempt from pride some future day. Resting on one white hand a warm wet cheek, Over my open...Rate it:

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Sinners, Obey the Gospel-Word!
Charles Wesley
Sinners, obey the gospel-word! Haste to the supper of my Lord! Be wise to know your gracious day; All things are ready, come away! Ready the Fathe...Rate it:

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Sonnet 31 - Thou comest! all is said without a word
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
XXXI Thou comest! all is said without a word. I sit beneath thy looks, as children do In the noon-sun, with souls that tremble through Their happy...Rate it:

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The barren music of a word or phrase,
Christopher Morley
THE barren music of a word or phrase, The futile arts of syllable and stress, He sought. The poetry of common days He did not guess. The simple...Rate it:

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The Light and Glory of the Word
William Cowper
The Spirit breathes upon the word, And brings the truth to sight; Precepts and promises afford A sanctifying light. A glory gilds the sacred p...Rate it:

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The Word
Edward Thomas
There are so many things I have forgot, That once were much to me, or that were not, All lost, as is a childless woman's child And its child's c...Rate it:

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The Word
John Greenleaf Whittier
Voice of the Holy Spirit, making known Man to himself, a witness swift and sure, Warning, approving, true and wise and pure, Counsel and guidance t...Rate it:

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The Word Of An Engineer
James Weldon Johnson
'She's built of steel From deck to keel, And bolted strong and tight; In scorn she'll sail The fiercest gale, And pierce the darkest night. 'The b...Rate it:

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The Word Quick And Powerful
John Newton
The word of Christ, our Lord, With whom we have to do; Is sharper than a two-edged sword, To pierce the sinner through. Swift as the lightnings b...Rate it:

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There is a word
Emily Dickinson
There is a word Which bears a sword Can pierce an armed man— It hurls its barbed syllables And is mute again— But where it fell The saved will tell...Rate it:

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To-- One word is too often profaned
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. One word is too often profaned For me to profane it, One feeling too falsely disdained For thee to disdain it; One hope is too like despair For ...Rate it:

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Ultima Verba (My Last Word)
Victor Marie Hugo
... Quand même grandirait l'abjection publique A ce point d'adorer l'exécrable trompeur ; Quand même l'Angleterre et même l'Amérique Diraient à l'e...Rate it:

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A Woman's Last Word
Robert Browning
I. Let's contend no more, Love, Strive nor weep: All be as before, Love, ---Only sleep! II. What so wild as words are? I and thou In deba...Rate it:

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A Word for the Hour
John Greenleaf Whittier
The firmament breaks up. In black eclipse Light after light goes out. One evil star, Luridly glaring through the smoke of war, As in the dream of t...Rate it:

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A Last Word
Ernest Christopher Dowson
Let us go hence: the night is now at hand; The day is overworn, the birds all flown; And we have reaped the crops the gods have sown; ...Rate it:

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A Word For It
Franklin P. Adams
'Scorn not the sonnet.' Well, I reckon not, I would not scorn a rondeau, villanelle, Ballade, sestina, triolet, rondel, Or e'en a quatrain, hum...Rate it:

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A Word from the Bards
Henry Lawson
IT IS New Year’s Day and I rise to state that here on the Sydney side The Bards have commenced to fill out of late and they’re showing their binjie...Rate it:

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A Word In Season
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
THIS is a day the Lord hath made.'--Thus spake The good religious heart, unstained, unworn, Watching the golden glory of the morn.-- Since, on e...Rate it:

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A Word to Texas Jack
Henry Lawson
Texas Jack, you are amusin’. By Lord Harry, how I laughed When I seen yer rig and saddle with its bulwarks fore-and-aft; Holy smoke! In such a sadd...Rate it:

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A Word To The 'Elect'
Anne Brontë
You may rejoice to think yourselves secure; You may be grateful for the gift divine -- That grace unsought, which made your black hearts pure, And ...Rate it:

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A Word To The Calvinists
Anne Brontë
You may rejoice to think yourselves secure, You may be grateful for the gift divine, That grace unsought which made your black hearts pure And fits...Rate it:

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A Word To The Unwise
Ambrose Bierce
Charles Main, of Main & Winchester, attend With friendly ear the chit-chat of a friend Who knows you not, yet knows that you and he Travel two road...Rate it:

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A Word With The Wounded Stag
Liam Ó Comáin
Oh, Our Divine and Loving Mercy, I perceive You as a Stag bearing wounds From the evil filled transgressions of Myself and others who have lost tou...Rate it:

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By Word of Mouth
Rudyard Kipling
Not though you die to-night, O Sweet, and wail, A spectre at my door, Shall mortal Fear make Love immortal fail -- I shall but love you more, Who, ...Rate it:

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Hearts First Word. II
Isaac Rosenberg
And all her soft dark hair Breathed for him like a prayer, And her white lost face Was prisoned to sonie far place. Love was not denied- Love's end...Rate it:

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