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For whom the Bell Tolls
John Donne
of misery, as though we were not miserable enough of ourselves, but must fetch in more Rate it:

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Ghazal of Rumi
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
like the evening star. He said, ‘You’re not mad enough. You don’t belong in this house.’ I went wRate it:

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Goody Blake and Harry Gill
William Wordsworth
fine; He has a blanket on his back, And coats enough to smother nine. In March, December, and iRate it:

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Honours - Part2 conclusion
Jean Ingelow
kinsman now? O God, O kinsman loved, but not enough!   O man, with eyes majestic after death, WhosRate it:

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If This Were Faith
Robert Louis Stevenson
God, if this were enough, That I see things bare to the buff And up to the buttocks in mire; That I ask nor hope nor hire, Nut in the husk, Nor daw...Rate it:

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In War-Time: An Aspiration Of The Spirit
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Oh Word That can be touched, oh Spoken Man, Enough, enough, if Thou wilt lead, To know Thou knowesRate it:

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Inscriptions for a Friend's House
Henry Van Dyke
shall never fall. THE DOORSTEAD The lintel low enough to keep out pomp and pride: The threshold hRate it:

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Mary Magdalene II
Boris Pasternak
the cross, your arms will be spread out- Wide enough to hug the whole wide world. Who's this for, Rate it:

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Murray's Ride
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the trip. Just an easin' of the brake-rope was enough to let her rip For half a mile or more down-hRate it:

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My Grandmother's Love Letters
Harold Hart Crane
loose girdle of soft rain. There is even room enough For the letters of my mother's mother, EliRate it:

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Ode 1373
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
like the evening star. He said, ‘You’re not mad enough. You don’t belong in this house.’ I went wRate it:

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Ode to Melancholy
Thomas Hood
And fancy clouds, where no clouds be; Grief is enough to blot the eye, And make heaven black witRate it:

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Omnipotent Almighty
Nikhil Parekh
uplift his soul; For a single word of his was enough to destroy; and at the same time create thisRate it:

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On Spoken Wings
Kurt Philip Behm
Have you done enough Have you seen enough Have you loved enough —until an Angel sings And the Heaven’s sigh Your last goodbye Your last goodbye ...Rate it:

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Ossian’s Grave
Robinson Jeffers
of not Doing, of not feeling, of not being. Enough has been felt, enough done, Oh and surely EnoughRate it:

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Proverbs of Hell (Excerpt from The Marriage of Heaven and H
William Blake
the standing water. You never know what is enough unless you know what is more than enough. LisRate it:

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Reborn To love
Nikhil Parekh
in her diminutively feeble footsteps; was enough to face the acrimoniously advancing army; beautifuRate it:

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Spring Night
Sara Teasdale
swords, Glimmer and shake. Oh, is it not enough to be Here with this beauty over me? My throat shRate it:

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Squire Hawkins's Story
James Whitcomb Riley
the trades he'd make, 'll I jest de-clare, Was enough to make a preacher swear! And then he'd hitchRate it:

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The Book of Annandale
Edwin Arlington Robinson
A word or two, brusque, but yet smoothed enough To suit their funeral gaze—and went upstairs; AnRate it:

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The Day of Unrest
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There ain't enough of strikes an' things, There ain't enough of strife, There ain't enough dislikes an' things In this 'ere modern life: 'Ow can we...Rate it:

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The Ghost at the Second Bridge
Henry Lawson
we would see the “ghost in black”, And sure enough we did. And as we climbed the stony pinch BeloRate it:

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The Going of the Battery Wives. (Lament)
Thomas Hardy
I O it was sad enough, weak enough, mad enough - Light in their loving as soldiers can be - First to risk choosing them, leave alone losing the...Rate it:

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The Going Of The Battery [Wive's Lament November 2nd 1899]
Thomas Hardy
I O it was sad enough, weak enough, mad enough - Light in their loving as soldiers can be - First to risk choosing them, leave alone losing them N...Rate it:

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The Hoary Precedent
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
eminent, Who on mouldy precedent (If it's old enough and dead enough) have doted. For precedent, I'Rate it:

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