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On The Truth Of The Saviour
George Moses Horton
to come, Who will all things restore? This is enough, without a name-- Go, tell him what is donRate it:

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Sephestia's Lullaby
Robert Greene
upon my knee; When thou art old there 's grief enough for thee. Mother's wag, pretty boy, Rate it:

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Silet
Ezra Pound
should we stop at all for what I think? There is enough in what I chance to say. It is enough thatRate it:

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Sir Peter Harpdon's End
William Morris
by the mill, Two are good masons; we have tools enough, And you have skill to set them working. Rate it:

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So Long
Walt Whitman
I feel immerged from head to foot; Delicious--enough. Enough, O deed impromptu and secret! Rate it:

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The Little Town O' Tailholt
James Whitcomb Riley
foolery-- But the little Town o' Tailholt is big enough fer me! You kin harp about yer churches, wRate it:

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The Seasons Meld
Kurt Philip Behm
If you live long enough it all unravels From the first thing to the last If you reach far enough your spirit travels Beyond the answers ...Rate it:

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Weep Not, My Wanton
Robert Greene
upon my knee: When thou art old there's grief enough for thee. Mother's wag, pretty boy, Father'Rate it:

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On Spoken Wings
Kurt Philip Behm
Is it smart enough, —is smart ever enough Is smart ever enough, —until an angel sings And the heavens sigh, —a last goodbye A last goodbye, —on ...Rate it:

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Yaksha the Great
Friend of Yakshsa
technology. - What do you think he makes? - Not enough. Here we have our latest advancement, the KrRate it:

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YOU CAME IN TO THIS WORLD
alexis karpouzos
You came in to this world with enough light to find your way out of the dark, enough kindness to save a soul, enough love to shift a planet. Don't ...Rate it:

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Unser Gott
Karle Wilson Baker
but at last There surely will be spilled enough of blood To drown them all! The deeps of sea and aiRate it:

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The Conjunction Of Jupiter And Venus
William Cullen Bryant
of the meeting of those glorious stars. Enough of drought has parched the year, and scared The lanRate it:

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A Murmur in the Trees—to note
Emily Dickinson
A Murmur in the Trees—to note— Not loud enough—for Wind— A Star—not far enough to seek— Nor near enough—to find— A long—long Yellow—on the Lawn— A...Rate it:

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A Word from the Bards
Henry Lawson
the bards I know and the bards I see are married enough for three; Are married enough for three, olRate it:

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Amelia Jane
David McKee Wright
that, in spite of all the prayers, she had never enough to eat. It was hard to join the chorused woRate it:

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An Elegy on the Lady Markham
Francis Beaumont
will she ever open her pure lips To utter oaths, enough to drown our ships, To bring a plague, a faRate it:

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As a World Would Have It
Edwin Arlington Robinson
speak one word to me? Shall I never make him say enough to show My heart if he be glad? Be glad? …Rate it:

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At The West India Docks
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
to a voice, and the voice to a terrible cry: 'Enough, enough! It has had enough! We will march no mRate it:

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Being Black in America
Kenneth R. Jenkins
Is it enough To being Black in America To being in America? First fired Last hired First to die First to be jailed last for opportunities A...Rate it:

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Christmas Trees
Robert Frost
good of what was mine, I said, “There aren’t enough to be worth while.” “I could soon tell how manyRate it:

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Craving for Spring
David Herbert Lawrence
yes, the gush of spring is strong enough to toss the globe of earth like a ball on a water-jet dancRate it:

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Elegy XIII: His Parting From Her
John Donne
their friends, their favourites all. Was't not enough that thou didst dart thy fires Into our bloRate it:

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English Eclogues IV - The Sailor's Mother
Robert Southey
worse. Even if a limb be lost There may be still enough for comfort left An arm or leg shot off, thRate it:

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Félise
Algernon Charles Swinburne
you sleep sound, You find love’s new name good enough. Less sweet I find it than I found The sweeteRate it:

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