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Esau
John Newton
to stand at his bar: How will you his presence abide? What anguish will torture your heart? The saiRate it:

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Fifteenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
come again to-morrow. Ye fearless in your nests abide - Nor may we scorn, too proudly wise, YourRate it:

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Fire!
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
street is long; But long or wide, may naught abide Therein of guile or wrong; For through St. GiRate it:

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For You
James Whitcomb Riley
forget? Ah me! One thing, I know, would still abide Forever in my memory, Though all of love were lRate it:

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Fourth Sunday In Lent
John Keble
her, in her own soft noon, To flourish and abide. Rate it:

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Friends Beyond
Thomas Hardy
a way of whispering to me--fellow-wight who yet abide-- In the muted, measured note OfRate it:

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From The Cuckoo And The Nightingale
William Wordsworth
of day espied, No longer would I in my bed abide, But straightway to a wood that was hard by, ForthRate it:

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From The Upland To The Sea
William Morris
comes the country side. There awhile shall we abide, Sitting low down in the porch By that image wiRate it:

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Ghost Glen
Henry Kendall
loud on the ridges red-litten, But it cannot abide in that forest, sin-smitten. For over the pitRate it:

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Go Work in My Vineyard
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
may often pierce my feet, And the shadows still abide, The mists will vanish before His smile, TRate it:

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Go, lovely rose!
Edmund Waller
hadst thou sprung In deserts, where no men abide, Thou must have uncommended died. Small is the woRate it:

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God of the Open Air
Henry Van Dyke
hast taken to thyself the wings Of morning, to abide Upon the secret places of the sea, And on far Rate it:

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Goldilocks And Goldilocks
William Morris
and the world is wide And here no more will I abide.” “O Brother, when wilt thou come again?” “TheRate it:

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Good Friday
John Keble
rude reproachful gaze, His ears are open to abide The wildest storm the tongue can raise, HeRate it:

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Greenwich Hospital
William Lisle Bowles
manhood's pride! But here, O aged men! ye may abide Secure, and see the last light on the wave Of TRate it:

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Hafbur And Signy
William Morris
to the high-bower Where the dames and damsels abide. Hail, sit ye there, dames and damsels, Maids Rate it:

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Hamatreya
Ralph Waldo Emerson
yours; Mine, not yours, Earth endures; Stars abide-- Shine down in the old sea; Old are the shoRate it:

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He Called Her In
James Whitcomb Riley
might ride Sometimes at peaceful anchor, and abide Where those that loved me touched me with their Rate it:

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Heiress And Architect
Thomas Hardy
foresight pierced her dire; "Where shall abide the soul when, sick of glee, It shrinks, aRate it:

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Here Follows Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House
Anne Bradstreet
my heart to chide, And did thy wealth on earth abide? Didst fix thy hope on mold'ring dust? The armRate it:

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Hero And Leander. The Fifth Sestiad
George Chapman
she might. That, when her fault should chance t' abide the light Their loves might cover or extenuRate it:

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Holy Communion
John Keble
altar's light, Sees them e'en now: they still abide In mystery kneeling at our side: And with theRate it:

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Homer's Hymn To The Moon
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Heaven is gone Under the sea, her beams within abide, Till, bathing her bright limbs in Ocean’s tidRate it:

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How pleasant to know Mr. Lear
Edward Lear
but he does not speak, Spanish, He cannot abide ginger beer; Ere the days of his pilgrimage vanisRate it:

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How Vast the Benefits Divine
Augustus Montague Toplady
is Thy will, that in Thy love we ever should abide; That earth and hell should not prevail to turn Rate it:

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