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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 05 - part 04
Torquato Tasso
and us? Hardly could I believe what is betide, A murder done for cause so frivolous, How I have lovRate it:

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Just Unite
Nikhil Parekh
just ace, Don't chase; just culminate, Don't murder; just merge, Don't emphasize; just empathizeRate it:

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L'Héautontimorouménos (The Man Who Tortures Himself)
Charles Baudelaire
The lifeless, and the taker of life. I murder what I most adore, Laughing: I am indeed of those Rate it:

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Largo E Mesto
William Ernest Henley
desperately, As through a tangle of alleys murder-haunted, From sinister reach to reach out - out -Rate it:

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Le Marais Du Cygne
John Greenleaf Whittier
victims were torn, — By the whirlwind of murder Swooped up and swept on To the low, reedy fen-landsRate it:

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Let Us Nourish Mysticism.
Liam Ó Comain
required to overcome all evil Especially the murder of children prior to birth.Rate it:

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Lex Talionis
Adam Lindsay Gordon
short of body and breath ! Oh ! 'battle and murder and sudden death !' Against which the Liturgy prRate it:

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Little Jack Janitor
James Whitcomb Riley
what you want, but please don't murder me!_' 'Well, then,' the man said, as he closed the drawer WRate it:

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Living Without God In The World
Charles Lamb
cometh 'like an armed man,' Or like a dream of murder in the night, Withering their mortal facultieRate it:

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London Voluntaries IV: Out of the Poisonous East
William Ernest Henley
desperately, As through a tangle of alleys murder-haunted, From sinister reach to reach out -- out Rate it:

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Lord Leitrim
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
justice an idle show. Your life ran red with murder, green with lust. Blood has washed blood clean,Rate it:

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Love
John Clare
timid as the dove's disguise; Tis for the murder-aiming gleed To dart at every thing that flies. TrRate it:

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Love And Madness
Thomas Campbell
my languid eyes ! Oh ! 't was a deed of Murder's deepest grain ! Could Broderick's soul so trueRate it:

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Love's Suicide
Edith Nesbit
you set, As poison all my other hours, And murder every other thought. I cannot drink joy steepRate it:

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Macao
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
to say, Of a pagoda, or a tea-board? No love, no murder, no description, Their only “old associatioRate it:

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Manhattan Streets I Saunter'd, Pondering
Walt Whitman
peculation, cunning, betrayal, murder, seduction, prostitution, but has results bRate it:

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March
William Carlos Williams
in leaf. V But! now for the battle! Now for murder--now for the real thing! My third springtimeRate it:

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March Of The Monks Of Bangor
Sir Walter Scott
charity, O miserere, Domine! Bangor! o'er the murder wail! Long thy ruins told the tale, ShatteRate it:

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Margrave
Robinson Jeffers
Walter Margrave when he'd been sentenced for murder: he was thinking when they brought him back To Rate it:

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Marie Bateson
Edgar Lee Masters
shall one follow it? It is well to abstain from murder and lust, To forgive, do good to others, worRate it:

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Mart. Lib. I. Epi. 14.
Richard Lovelace
said she; But what you'l make, ah, that will murder me. Rate it:

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Master Of Three Arts
Ambrose Bierce
let me say, with no desire to taunt you, I never murder even the girls I want to. I hold it one ofRate it:

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Mentana
Sydney Thompson Dobell
by such pests did so incriminate The air with murder, that, when, weary and late, Upon the well-wonRate it:

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Mister William
William Schwenck Gilbert
may represent, if you're alive, A burglary or murder at the age of thirty-five. "Still, I wouldn'tRate it:

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Modern Love
George Meredith
world, forgot, Looked wicked as some old dull murder-spot. A star with lurid beams, she seemed to cRate it:

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