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Elegy XXI. Taking a View of the Country From His Retirement
William Shenstone
here he saw fair Liberty recede. Then if a chief perform'd a patriot's part, Sustain'd her droopinRate it:

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Ellen McJones Aberdeen
William Schwenck Gilbert
isn't a question of tailors alone. A Sassenach chief may be bonily built, He may purchase a sporraRate it:

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Embarrassment of one another
Emily Dickinson
Revelation's limit, Aloud Is nothing that is chief, But still, Divinity dwells under a seal. Rate it:

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England, My England
William Ernest Henley
my own, Chosen daughter of the Lord, Spouse-in-Chief of the ancient Sword, There 's the menace oRate it:

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Epipsychidion (excerpt)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
their bare and void interstices. But the chief marvel of the wilderness Is a lone dwelling, buiRate it:

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Epistle To Augusta
George Gordon Lord Byron
taught me a strange quiet, which was not The chief companion of a calmer lot. VII. I feel almost aRate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XVIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
at my life's threshold in the part Of king's chief jester in the ante--room, And none more near theRate it:

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Expositor Veritatis
Ambrose Bierce
and its founder!' Then gravely added: 'I'm her chief expounder.' Rate it:

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Extracts From Leon. An Unfinished Poem
Joseph Rodman Drake
to die for, or to kill; Which, like the Arab chief, would fiercely dare To stab the heart she migRate it:

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Falconry
Rainer Maria Rilke
A prince survives by unseen acts. At night the chief advisor knocked at Frederick's workroom in the tower and found him formulating facts for treat...Rate it:

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Fallen Angels
Mario William Vitale
come to kill, steal & destroy This is their chief aim & ploy They disguise themselves as anRate it:

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Famine's Realm
Ambrose Bierce
immortal part alike, The Oakland restaurant is chief. It lives That man may die. It flourishes thatRate it:

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Fingal - Book IV
James Macpherson
of stately Cormac. Eight were the heroes of the chief. The heath flamed wide with their arms. ThereRate it:

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Flora
Charlotte Smith
appears; With stern undaunted eye, one warlike chief Grasps the tall club from Arum's blood-droptRate it:

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For Frank Gardiner
Owen Suffolk
free, Wtih fifty tried and chosen men A bandit chief to be. 'Tis there, when fighting with my foRate it:

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Fowey Harbour, and Polruan Castle, &c.
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
bravely than that fair dame: They left their chief, and their banner behind, When the Frenchmen sprRate it:

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Fragment
Charlotte Smith
horror, sinks The desolate mourner! The feudal chief, whose gothic battlements Frown on the plain bRate it:

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Fragment: My Head Is Wild With Weeping
Percy Bysshe Shelley
to find; It came unsought);--to wonder that a chief Among men’s spirits should be cold and blind. Rate it:

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Friday Afternoon
James Whitcomb Riley
editress'-- Which fact is proudly stated By the CHIEF of the concern,-- 'Though the verse communicaRate it:

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From ‘The Cross’
John Donne
then, good physic bee, But yet spiritual have chief dignity. These for extracted chemic medicinRate it:

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Gathering Song of Donald the Black
Sir Walter Scott
Faster come, faster come, Faster and faster, Chief, vassal, page and groom, Tenant and master! Rate it:

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General John
William Schwenck Gilbert
JOHN was a soldier tried, A chief of warlike dons; A haughty stride and a withering pride Were MAJORate it:

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General William Booth Enters into Heaven
Vachel Lindsay
ways of God. Booth led boldly, and he looked the chief Eagle countenance in sharp relief, Beard a-fRate it:

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Genesis
Vachel Lindsay
sang of the angel-moon: We sang of the angel-chief Who blew thro' the trees strange breath, Who Rate it:

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Gertrude of Wyoming
Thomas Campbell
glee: And England sent her men, of men the chief, Who taught those sires of empire yet to be, To plRate it:

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