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Just as He spoke it from his Hands
Emily Dickinson
Just as He spoke it from his Hands This Edifice remain— A Turret more, a Turret less Dishonor his Design— According as his skill prefer It perish,...Rate it:

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Knowledge
Frederick George Scott
THEY were islanders, our fathers were, And they watched the encircling seas, And their hearts drank in the ceaseless stir, And the freedom ...Rate it:

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L'Idéal (The Ideal)
Charles Baudelaire
Ce ne seront jamais ces beautés de vignettes, Produits avariés, nés d'un siècle vaurien, Ces pieds à brodequins, ces doigts à castagnettes, Qui sau...Rate it:

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Ladder of St. Augustine, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Saint Augustine! well hast thou said, That of our vices we can frame A ladder, if we will but tread Beneath our feet each deed of shame! All c...Rate it:

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Le Masque (The Mask)
Charles Baudelaire
Statue allégorique dans le goût de la Renaissance Contemplons ce trésor de grâces florentines; Dans l'ondulation de ce corps musculeux L'Elégance ...Rate it:

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Lesbia Hath a Beaming Eye
Thomas Moore
Lesbia hath a beaming eye, But no one knows for whom it beameth; Right and left its arrows fly, But what they aim at no one dreameth. Sweeter '...Rate it:

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Lines
Thomas Hardy
Spoken by Miss Ada Rehan at the Lyceum Theatre, July 23, 1890, at a performance on behalf of Lady Jeune's Holiday Fund for City Children. ...Rate it:

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Lines written as a School Exercise at Hawkshead, Anno Aetatis
William Wordsworth
"And has the Sun his flaming chariot driven Two hundred times around the ring of heaven, Since Science first, with all her sacred train, Beneath...Rate it:

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Lord Let Me Live
Robert William Service
Lord, let me live, that more and more Your wonder world I may adore; With every dawn to grow and grow Alive to graciousness aglow; An...Rate it:

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Love Everpresent
Donka Kristeva
Forever does Your love endure, and showers mercy every day, I, lonely and abandoned may appear, empty of higher purpose or design. Thus, unmet need...Rate it:

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Love Is
Donka Kristeva
Forever does Your love endure, and showers mercy every day, I lonely and abandoned may appear, empty of higher purpose or design, in human isolatio...Rate it:

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Lovers and a Reflection
Charles Stuart Calverley
In moss-prankt dells which the sunbeams flatter (And heaven it knoweth what that may mean; Meaning, however, is no great matter) Where woods are a-...Rate it:

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Mamba: (The Bright Eyed) An Aboriginal Reminiscence
George Gordon McCrae
Canto I. XXVIII. The day had fled, the moon arose, Night straight began with evening's close-- A night whose calm and silvery sheen Befitted...Rate it:

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Man the Monarch
Mary Leapor
Amaz'd we read of Nature's early Throes How the fair Heav'ns and pond'rous Earth arose: How blooming Trees unplanted first began; And Beasts submis...Rate it:

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Memory
George Moses Horton
Sweet memory, like a pleasing dream, Still lends a dull and feeble ray; For ages with her vestige teems, When beauty's trace is worn away. Whe...Rate it:

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Men and Women
James Kenneth Stephen
1. IN THE BACKS. As I was strolling lonely in the Backs, I met a woman whom I did not like. I did not like the way the woman walked: Loose-hippe...Rate it:

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Mira's Will
Mary Leapor
IMPRIMIS -- My departed Shade I trust To Heav'n -- My Body to the silent Dust; My Name to publick Censure I submit, To be dispos'd of as the World...Rate it:

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Moral Song
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Would we attain the happiest State, That is design'd us here; No Joy a Rapture must create, No Grief beget Despair. No Injury fierce Ange...Rate it:

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Mrs Frances Haris's Petition
Jonathan Swift
To their Excellencies the Lords Justices of Ireland, The humble petition of Frances Harris, Who must starve and die a maid if it miscarries; Humble...Rate it:

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Mussulman's Dream
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Where is that World, to which the Fancy flies, When Sleep excludes the Present from our Eyes; Whose Map no Voyager cou'd e'er design, Nor to Descri...Rate it:

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My Days Have Been So Wondrous Free
Thomas Parnell
My days have been so wondrous free, The little birds that fly With careless ease from tree to tree, Were but as bless'd as I. Ask gliding wate...Rate it:

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My House, My Home
Gregory Cicio
Spackled memories desperately fill faint, familiar dreams of the excitement of planning and expectation. Untold feelings, like cement forms, creat...Rate it:

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My Last Duchess
Robert Browning
FERRARA. That's my last Duchess painted on the wall, Looking as if she were alive. I call That piece a wonder, now: Fr Pandolf's hands Worked bus...Rate it:

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New-Englands Crisis
Benjamin Tompson
IN seventy five the Critick of our years Commenc'd our war with Phillip and his peers. Whither the sun in Leo had inspir'd A feav'rish heat, and Pa...Rate it:

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Niagara
Vachel Lindsay
I Within the town of Buffalo Are prosy men with leaden eyes. Like ants they worry to and fro, (Important men, in Buffalo.) But only twenty miles a...Rate it:

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