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On The Death Of Mrs. Elizabeth Filmer. An Elegiacall Epitaph
Richard Lovelace
cold is in this house of clay: Nor were the rooms unfit to feast Or circumscribe this angel-guest; Rate it:

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On the Edge of an Old Well
Georg Trakl
bony hands, Perhaps a walk through abandoned rooms, The blue tone of the flute in the hazel busheRate it:

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On The Life And Death Of Man
Francis Quarles
tragedy. Our life's a tragedy. Those secret rooms, Wherein we 'tire us, are our mothers' wombs. TheRate it:

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Our Greatest richness
Nikhil Parekh
don't need no superfluous palaces; fathomless rooms of pretentious aristocracy frigidly awaiting toRate it:

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Our House
Christopher Morley
And chairs beside an open fire, White-panelled rooms with candles lit- I lie awake to think of iRate it:

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Out of Superstition
Boris Pasternak
My narrow room. And oh the grime of lodging rooms This side the tomb! This cubbyhole, out of sRate it:

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Partant Pour La Scribie
Andrew Lang
rare Of things at large, and how they go, In rooms where doors are everywhere And cupboards shelterRate it:

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Parting
Boris Pasternak
sewing patterns. He wanders through deserted rooms And tidies up for hours; Till darkness falls heRate it:

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Penumbra
Amy Lowell
will guard you, As I have done. Its walls and rooms will hold you, And I shall whisper my thoughRate it:

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Peter Anderson And Co.
Henry Lawson
Co.' And when times were locomotive, billiard-rooms and private bars -- Spicy parties at the caRate it:

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Philadelphia
Rudyard Kipling
in the morning, You must telegraph for rooms at some Hotel. You needn't try your luck at Epply's orRate it:

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Pipes
Nikhil Parekh
were pipes of fragile plastic in all rooms of my house, providing me with bountiful amounts of groRate it:

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Possibilities
Rudyard Kipling
shall woo him to the ball With lighted rooms and braying band; And he shall hear and understand "DrRate it:

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Psalm
Georg Trakl
dresses full of heart-rending poverty! It is rooms, filled with Accords and Sonatas. It is shadows,Rate it:

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Regret
Charlotte Brontë
seemed so forlorn. In other years, its silent rooms Were filled with haunting fears; Now, their Rate it:

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Regret (1846)
Charlotte Brontë
seemed so forlorn. In other years, its silent rooms Were filled with haunting fears; Now, their Rate it:

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Revenge
Ambrose Bierce
the firmament flew From adjacent sleeping-rooms. As her gruesome yell from the gate-post fell She Rate it:

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Road Musician
Robert Haigh
town to dreary town. He sleeps in cheap motel rooms, And eats his meals alone. It's been that way Rate it:

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Satires of Circumstance in Fifteen Glimpses VIII: In the St
Thomas Hardy
I have wished, as I am fond of art, To make my rooms a little smart, And these old books are soRate it:

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She Collapsed
Nikhil Parekh
collapsed like a ship incorporating scores of rooms; resting on a foundation of white sand, She cRate it:

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Since Nine O'Clock
Constantine P. Cavafy
come to haunt me, to remind me of shut scented rooms, of past sensual pleasure - what daring pleaRate it:

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Six Significant Landscapes
Wallace Stevens
wearing square hats, Think, in square rooms, Looking at the floor, Looking at the ceiling. They conRate it:

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Sometime at a concert hall, in recollection...
Boris Pasternak
darkened verandah, the steps and the rooms. And suddenly, as in a fairytale sequence, The family, Rate it:

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Sonnet 04: Not In This Chamber Only At My Birth
Edna St. Vincent Millay
one room contain me quite Who in so many rooms first saw the light, Child of all mothers, nativeRate it:

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Sonnet IV: Not in this chamber
Edna St. Vincent Millay
one room contain me quite Who in so many rooms first saw the light, Child of all mothers, nativRate it:

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