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(Fragment 2) I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish Than if 'twere Truth. It has been often so: Must I die under it? Is no one near? Will no one hear t...Rate it:

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A House—But No Home
Kurt Philip Behm
A Poet with no following, a speaker without ears A siren in the shower, a guitar no one hears A frame with no picture, an actor on loan A ...Rate it:

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An Epistle. Desiring The Queen's Picture, But Left Unfinished, By The Sudden News Of Her Majesty's Death
Matthew Prior
The train of equipage and pomp of state, The shining sideboard and the burnish'd plate, Let other ministers, great Anne, require, And partial fall ...Rate it:

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But for a woodpecker
Matsuo Basho
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But in the Wine-presses the Human Grapes Sing not nor Dance
William Blake
But in the Wine-presses the human grapes sing not nor dance: They howl and writhe in shoals of torment, in fierce flames consuming, In cha...Rate it:

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But little Carmine hath her face
Emily Dickinson
But little Carmine hath her face— Of Emerald scant—her Gown— Her Beauty—is the love she doth— Itself—exhibit—Mine&md ash; Rate it:

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But outer Space
Robert Frost
But outer Space, At least this far, For all the fuss Of the populace Stays more popular Than populous Rate it:

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But Spoken Once
Kurt Philip Behm
The delivery, incidental to the message The format, duly chosen for the sound The listener, singled out with times forgiveness The truth ...Rate it:

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But These Things Also
Edward Thomas
But these things also are Spring's - On banks by the roadside the grass Long-dead that is greyer now Than all the Winter it was; The shell of a li...Rate it:

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But Wise Men Perceive Approaching Things
Constantine P. Cavafy
Because gods perceive future things, men what is happening now, but wise men perceive approaching things. Philostratus, Life of Apollonius of Tyan...Rate it:

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Death But A servant
Kurt Philip Behm
Making love to the Muse newborns fell upon the page And we named them one by one as we lined them up by age Making love to the Muse a new p...Rate it:

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Dreams—are well—but Waking's better
Emily Dickinson
Dreams—are well—but Waking's better, If One wake at morn— If One wake at Midnight—better— Dreaming—of the Dawn— Sweeter—the Surmising Robins— Neve...Rate it:

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Droop'st thou and fail'st? but these have never tired
Christopher John Brennan
Droop'st thou and fail'st? but these have never tired; winds of the region, free, they shine and sing, unurged, unguerdon'd: hast thou then desir...Rate it:

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Fancies Are But Streams
Thomas Dekker
Fancies are but streams Of vain pleasure: They who by their dreams True joys measure Feasting, starve; laughing, weep; Playing, smart. Whilst in sl...Rate it:

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Finite—to fail, but infinite to Venture
Emily Dickinson
Finite—to fail, but infinite to Venture— For the one ship that struts the shore Many's the gallant—overwhelmed Creature Nodding in Navies nevermore...Rate it:

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He outstripped Time with but a Bout
Emily Dickinson
He outstripped Time with but a Bout, He outstripped Stars and Sun And then, unjaded, challenged God In presence of the Throne. And He and He in mi...Rate it:

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How sick—to wait—in any place—but thine
Emily Dickinson
How sick—to wait—in any place—but thine— I knew last night—when someone tried to twine— Thinking—perhaps—that I looked tired—or alone— Or breaking—...Rate it:

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Humble home. But rum, and charcoal...
Boris Pasternak
Humble home. But rum, and charcoal Grog of sketches on the wall, And the cell becomes a mansion, And the garret is a hall. No more waves of housec...Rate it:

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I ask of thee, love, nothing but relief
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
I ask of thee, love, nothing but relief. Thou canst not bring the old days back again; For I was happy then, Not knowing heavenly joy, ...Rate it:

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I died for beauty but was scarce
Emily Dickinson
I died for beauty but was scarce Adjusted in the tomb, When one who died for truth was lain In an adjoining room. He questioned softly why I faile...Rate it:

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I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish (fragment)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
I know 'tis but a Dream, yet feel more anguish Than if 'twere Truth. It has been often so: Must I die under it? Is no one near? Will no o...Rate it:

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I Know Not How, But As I Count
Robert Louis Stevenson
I KNOW not how, but as I count The beads of former years, Old laughter catches in my throat With the very feel of tears. Rate it:

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I never lost as much but twice
Emily Dickinson
I never lost as much but twice, And that was in the sod. Twice have I stood a beggar Before the door of God! Angels—twice descending Reimbursed my...Rate it:

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I've none to tell me to but Thee
Emily Dickinson
I've none to tell me to but Thee So when Thou failest, nobody. It was a little tie— It just held Two, nor those it held Since Somewhere thy sweet F...Rate it:

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Life is but a Dream
Lewis Carroll
A boat, beneath a sunny sky Lingering onward dreamily In an evening of July Children three that nestle near, Eager eye and willing ear, Pleased a ...Rate it:

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