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I meant to have but modest needs
Emily Dickinson
I meant to have but modest needs— Such as Content—and Heaven— Within my income—these could lie And Life and I—keep even— But since the last—includ...Rate it:

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Modern Love X: But Where Began the Change
George Meredith
But where began the change; and what's my crime? The wretch condemned, who has not been arraigned, Chafes at his sentence. Shall I, unsustained, ...Rate it:

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I Love my Life, but not too well
Harriet Monroe
I love my life, but not too well To give it to thee like a flower, So it may pleasure thee to dwell Deep in its perfume but an hour. I love my life...Rate it:

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A Apostacy Of One, And But One Lady
Richard Lovelace
I. That frantick errour I adore, And am confirm'd the earth turns round; Now satisfied o're and o're, As rowling waves, so flowes the ground, A...Rate it:

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Everything But Love
Kurt Philip Behm
Using words only borrowed —but not owned Wearing clothes stolen from a Mime —not my own I placed a token metaphor inside a picturel...Rate it:

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Had I But Known
James Brunton Stephens
I loved thee! Ah, those vows of love, So fondly made, so soon unmade! I trusted thee all men above— Ah, fatal trust, so soon betrayed. A dream that...Rate it:

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Thou Art Not False, But Thou Art Fickle
George Gordon Lord Byron
Thou art not false, but thou art fickle, To those thyself so fondly sought; The tears that thou hast forced to trickle Are doubly bitter from that ...Rate it:

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What Is Woman But A Song!
Timothy Thomas Fortune
There was love, and there was beauty, In the face upturned to me; And her hair was long and golden, Soft to touch and good to see; Her blue eye...Rate it:

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A Poor Excuse, but our own
Franklin P. Adams
(Why don't you ever write any child poetry? -A MOTHER.) My right-hand neighbour hath a child, A pretty child of five or six, Not more than oth...Rate it:

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Down, But Not Out
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Oh, how I hate these chills, these winter ills, Bleak blasts and breezes; Abominate the 'flu,' the fierce 'Tishoo' All inappropriate sneezes; How ...Rate it:

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I Can Die But
Ehsan Sehgal
I can die for true love But I would not be Ever bare and shameless O my beloved Become my life If, you believe and trust Otherwise, On the threshol...Rate it:

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The dying need but little, dear,--
Emily Dickinson
The dying need but little, dear,-- A glass of water's all, A flower's unobtrusive face To punctuate the wall, A fan, perhaps, a friend's reg...Rate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Tho we seem to reach the turning And the Government is yearning To brings us swift releif, and make a cut In the burden of the taxes, As fond hope ...Rate it:

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But All That Hardly Mattered
Nikhil Parekh
Disillusioned were my distraught eyes; traumatically agonized by all bizarrely inflicted misery that they witnessed umpteenth number of times in a ...Rate it:

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But Yet I Surrendered
Nikhil Parekh
The most pernicious of mountains on this Universe miserably failed to deter me; as I euphorically surged like an untamed prince; without batting ev...Rate it:

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Could I but leave men wiser by my song
Alfred Austin
Could I but leave men wiser by my song, And somewhat happier in their little day, Wean them from things that lure but to betray, Make the harsh gen...Rate it:

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When Poor In All But Hope And Love
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
WHEN, poor in all but hope and love, I clasped thee to my faithful heart; For wealth and fame I vowed to rove, That we might meet no more to par...Rate it:

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But What's The Use
Henry Lawson
But what’s the use of writing ‘bush’— Though editors demand it— For city folk, and farming folk, Can never understand it. They’re blind to what the...Rate it:

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Epitaph On A Free But Tame Redbreast, A Favourite Of Miss Sally Hurdis
William Cowper
These are not dew-drops, these are tears, And tears by Sally shed For absent Robin, who she fears With too much cause, is dead. One morn he came ...Rate it:

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Mad, But Not So Mad
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Though our eye in recent seasons Has a wild and glassy glare, And we fail to offer reasons For the straws that deck our hair; There are certain con...Rate it:

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Pray But One Prayer For Us
William Morris
Pray but one prayer for me ’twixt thy closed lips, Think but one thought of me up in the stars. The summer night waneth, the morning light slips, F...Rate it:

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The Moon was but a Chin of Gold
Emily Dickinson
The Moon was but a Chin of Gold A Night or two ago— And now she turns Her perfect Face Upon the World below— Her Forehead is of Amplest Blonde— He...Rate it:

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When, Dearest, I But Think of Thee
Sir John Suckling
When, dearest I but think of thee, Methinks all things that lovely be Are present, and my soul delighted: For beauties that from worth arise Are li...Rate it:

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When, Dearest, I But Think On Thee
Owen Felltham
When, dearest, I but think on thee, Methinks all things that lovely be Are present, and my soul delighted: For beauties that from worth ...Rate it:

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But Not To Me
Sara Teasdale
The April night is still and sweet With flowers on every tree; Peace comes to them on quiet feet, But not to me. My peace is hidden in his br...Rate it:

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