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Frederick George Scott
hands and side— I need Thy love,—Lord, enter and abide." Rate it:

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Hymn To The Penates
Robert Southey
the unquiet unsafe halls of FAME Does HAPPINESS abide! O ye Rate it:

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Hymn XXVI: I Thirst, Thou Wounded Lamb of God
John Wesley
for ever there! How blest are they who still abide Close sheltered in thy bleeding side, Who lifeRate it:

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Hymn XXVI: I Thirst, Thou Wounded Lamb of God
Charles Wesley
for ever there! How blest are they who still abide Close sheltered in thy bleeding side, Who lifeRate it:

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Hymns Of The Marshes.
Sidney Lanier
waked, I have come, my beloved! I might not abide: I have come ere the dawn, O beloved, my live-oaRate it:

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I Am
John Clare
place where woman never smil'd or wept; There to abide with my creator, God, And sleep as I in chilRate it:

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I can't abear
Walter de la Mare
I can't abear a butcher, I can't abide his meat, The ugliest shop of all is his, The ugliest in the street; Bakers' are warm, cobblers' dark Chemis...Rate it:

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I would not tarry if I could be gone
Joseph Seamon Cotter
in this Valley with the Moaning Wind Must I abide with never a glimpse of dawn? Though bends my bRate it:

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Iceland First Seen
William Morris
and death of things worshipped and sure, I abide here the spouse of a God, and I made and I make anRate it:

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In Harbour
Algernon Charles Swinburne
Outside? They will not cease, they will not abide: Voices of presage in darkness crying Pass and Rate it:

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In Laleham Churchyard
William Watson
yet is hers. And nigh to where his bones abide, The Thames with its unruffled tide Seems like his Rate it:

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In Memoriam E.S.
Frederick George Scott
days Cold hearts that else would stern and dark abide. Her smile would cheer, her faintest look couRate it:

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Inscriptions: VIII: Ye Powers Unseen
Mark Akenside
influence, ye kind powers. Aloft in heaven, Abide ye? or on those transparent clouds Pass, ye from Rate it:

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Edward Booth Loughran
calm bosom sleep -- Its hidden spirit doth abide Apart, still bearing toward the deep. O LovRate it:

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July Fugitive
Francis Thompson
the door wide, Haply we may win it so Back to abide. Hang her cage of earth out O'er Heaven's sunwaRate it:

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Ella Wheeler Wilcox
that SEEM, And where the deeds of all past lives abide. Once at thy door Love languished and was spRate it:

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Keeping Freedom Alive
Kurt Philip Behm
for two millennia, they served to amuse and abide The patriots and righteous once made all theRate it:

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King Arthur's Death
Thomas Percy
left but three. For all were slain that durst abide, And but some fewe that fled awaye: Ay mee! Rate it:

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Lady Jane
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
the poor clay-cold body Lady Jane grew Tired to abide in.' 'Delve my grave quick, then, for I die Rate it:

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Lady Surrey's Lament for Her Absent Lord
Henry Howard
my sorrows to assuage; And that I may not long abide in such excess, Do your good will to cure a wiRate it:

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Arthur Henry Adams
said it might not be; Still my hungry hopes abide; All the motherhood in me Aches—and starvesRate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
an' full o' side; A sorter thing I never could abide. An' all the time 'er 'usband.... Goodness me!Rate it:

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William Wordsworth
duly---Erebus disdains: Calm pleasures there abide--majestic pains. "Be taught, O faithful ConRate it:

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Last Ride Together, The
Robert Browning
first discerned, We, fixed so, ever should so abide? What if we still ride on, we two With life fRate it:

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Laus Virginitatis
Arthur Symons
and bread? Enough it is to dream, enough to abide Here where the loud world's echoes fall remote,Rate it:

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