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William Ernest Henley
ring themselves Round the first bed, where the Chief (His dressers and clerks at attention), Bends Rate it:

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Coeur De Lion At The Bier Of His Father
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
dust hath stirr'd! Hear me, but hear me!-father, chief, My king! I must be heard! -Hush'd, hush'd-hRate it:

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Comala, A Dramatic Poem
James Macpherson
set to music, and perhaps presented before the chiefs upon solemn occasions. Tradition has handed dRate it:

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Complaint Of The Absence Of Her Lover Being Upon The Sea
Henry Howard
other lovers in arms across Rejoice their chief delight, DrownĂ ed in tears, to mourn my loss I stanRate it:

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Henry Howard
other lovers in arms across, Rejoice their chief delight ; Drowned in tears, to mourn my loss, I stRate it:

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Condolatory Address To Sarah, Countess Of Jersey, On The Prince Regent's Returning Her Picture To Mrs. Mee
George Gordon Lord Byron
the grief, To gaze on Beauty's band without its chief: Yet comfort still one selfish thought imparRate it:

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Confessio Amantis. Explicit Liber Tercius
John Gower
point of Slowthe I calle Lachesce, and is the chief of alle, And hath this propreliche of kinde, ToRate it:

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Felicia Dorothea Hemans
was on the grass, Banners had strewn the waters; chiefs lay dying, And the pine-branches crash'd beRate it:

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Cotter's Saturday Night, The
Robert Burns
their simple board, The halesome parritch, chief of Scotia's food; The soupe their only hRate it:

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Crispus Attucks
John Boyle O'Reilly
As teachers and types, that to humble lives may chief award be made; That from lowly ones, and reRate it:

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James Macpherson
his son too young for the field, Rothmar, the chief of Tromo resolved to avail himself of the opporRate it:

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Custer: Book Third
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
breeds its natural offspring-hate. IX The chieftain of the Sioux, great Sitting Bull, Mused o'er Rate it:

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Damages, Two Hundred Pounds
William Makepeace Thackeray
was the British Jury, and the Judge, the Baron Chief,) Comes a British man and husband—asking of thRate it:

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Jonathan Swift
conquer'd, never yielding. To dispute, her chief delight, Without one opinion right: Thick her arguRate it:

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James Macpherson
arose in their clouds, and saw their returning chief! Long hast thou been absent, Nathos! the day oRate it:

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Charles Lamb
who slew that boasting one, Whose words such mischiefs did forebode To the armies of the living GodRate it:

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David Ap Gwillam At The Mass Of The Birds
Padraic Colum
THE Thrush, the Lark, and, chief, the Nightingale, With one small bird whose name I do not ken, Offered a Mass; the little bird was clerk, At inter...Rate it:

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Davideis: A Sacred Poem Of The Troubles Of David (excerpt)
Abraham Cowley
best poet, best of kings did grow; The two chief gifts Heav'n could on man bestow. Much dangeRate it:

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De Profundis
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
grief deserves that crown. O supreme Love, chief misery, The sharp regalia are for Thee Whose days Rate it:

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Death and Burial of Lord Tennyson
William Topaz McGonagall
who seemed melancholy all the while. The chief mourners were all of the Tennyson family, IncludinRate it:

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Death of the Old Sea King
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
They knew the wild and fitful life Of their chief was almost spent. His ear was growing dull inRate it:

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Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
and ill-starr'd; Cheer'd by some castle's chief, and harboured long; Not Scott's 'Last Minstrel,'Rate it:

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Dickens: Sonnets
Algernon Charles Swinburne
CHIEF in thy generation born of men Whom English praise acclaimed as English-born, With eyes that matched the worldwide eyes of morn For gleam of t...Rate it:

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William Wordsworth
inexplicable Guest!--avaunt," Exclaimed the Chieftain--"let me rather see The coronal that coilRate it:

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Dirge OF Nelson
William Lisle Bowles
crew! Toll Nelson's knell! Yet lift, brave chief, thy dying eyes; Hark! loud huzzas around thee riRate it:

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