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An Irregular Ode, After Sickness
William Shenstone
thou, celestial Muse! Thy genial flame infuse, Enough to lend a pensive bosom aid, And gild RetiremRate it:

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As Old George Said
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Jones: 'All in a hundred years. 'Tis little time enough, and well may make This youthful country prRate it:

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Autumn
David MacDonald Ross
see thy form, And meet and kiss thee, that were enough of Spring; Enough of sunshine, could I Rate it:

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Avon's Harvest
Edwin Arlington Robinson
would have widened a new distance Already wide enough, if not so new. But there are seeming parallRate it:

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Ayin Nedivah ('Generous Eye'): Qasida for Solomon Ibn Ghiyyat
Yehudah HaLevi
they sell is: tears, And business is good: Enough tears for a jeweled necklace. I am weeping hereRate it:

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Baile And Aillinn
William Butler Yeats
will believe that anything That is bad enough to be true, is true, Baile's heart was broken in two;Rate it:

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Bank Robber
Robert William Service
To be a mighty man In battlefield,--aye, brave enough The Cross Victorian To win and riRate it:

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Boston
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Old Europe groans with palaces, Has lords enough and more;- We plant and build by foaming seas Rate it:

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Brown Penny
William Butler Yeats
WHISPERED, 'I am too young,' And then, 'I am old enough'; Wherefore I threw a penny To find out if Rate it:

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Cantos From Dante's Paradiso
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I am: Thou hast beheld such things, that strong enough Hast thou become to tolerate my smile.' I waRate it:

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Captain Craig
Edwin Arlington Robinson
he might ask Of whom he would. But once had been enough, And soon there would be nothing more to aRate it:

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Cassandra
Edwin Arlington Robinson
it your only fear. "You build it altars tall enough To make you see but you are blind; You cannRate it:

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: A Romaunt. Canto II.
George Gordon Lord Byron
the earth, he lifts his eye to heaven- Is't not enough, unhappy thing! to know Thou art? Is this Rate it:

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Christabel
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
the wind that moaneth bleak? There is not wind enough in the air To move away the ringlet curl FromRate it:

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Cleaning Up
Edward George Dyson
no day's too long and trying and no toil is hard enough, When we see the colour showing in each shoRate it:

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Cradle-Song For My Son Carl
Carl Michael Bellman
Little Carl, sleep soft and sweet: Thou'lt soon enough be waking; Soon enough ill days thou'lt meet, Their bitterness partaking. Earth's an isle wi...Rate it:

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De Critters' Dance
Paul Laurence Dunbar
dey all gathahed in a place dey knowed, Fu' enough erway f'om people, nigh enough de road, All de cRate it:

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Dean Swift At Sir Arthur Acheson’s In The North Of Ireland
Jonathan Swift
not a soul would have him stay. I've said enough to make him blush, Methinks, or else the devil's Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Fourteenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
I have seen a portion of that same, And quite enough for me to keep in mind;-- Of passions, too, Rate it:

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Drizzle
Paul Laurence Dunbar
o' techy all day long. I ain't wet enough fu' toddy, I's too damp to raise a song, An' de case haveRate it:

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Dublin Roads
Padraic Colum
peacock's cry, a pigeon astray Would be marks enough to set on a day; Or the basket-carriers you wRate it:

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English Eclogues II - The Grandmother's Tale
Robert Southey
dogs, and serve the house with coal; And glad enough she was in winter time To drive her asses hereRate it:

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Envy And Avarice
Victor Marie Hugo
doom, in a low, frightened mutter, 'There's not enough, enough, yet in my store!' While Envy, as shRate it:

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Etiquette
William Schwenck Gilbert
had often eaten oysters, but had never had enough. How they wished an introduction to each other tRate it:

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Father Riley's Horse
Andrew Barton Paterson
found it was Father Riley's moke! He was neat enough to gallop, he was strong enough to stay! ButRate it:

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