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No Prisoner be
Emily Dickinson
No Prisoner be— Where Liberty— Himself—abide with Thee— Rate it:

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November
John Keble
they in store; And where they fall, forgotten to abide Is all their portion, and they ask no more. Rate it:

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Oban
William Topaz McGonagall
Dunolly's quiet shores where sea crabs abide, And its beautiful little pools left behind by the tidRate it:

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Ode To Joy
Friedrich Schiller
man becomes a brother, Where thy gentle wings abide. Chorus. Be embrac’d, ye millions yonder! TakeRate it:

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Ode to Liberty
William Taylor Collins
search the Main' Where thousand Elfin Shapes abide, And Wight who checks the west'ring Tide, ForRate it:

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Ode XIII: To The Author Of Memoirs Of The House of Brandenburgh
Mark Akenside
foresight and pernicious care! Wilt thou indeed abide by this appeal? Shall we the lessons of thy pRate it:

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Of The Mole In The Ground
John Bunyan
his pains. Earth's the mole's element, she can't abide To be above ground, dirt heaps are her prideRate it:

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Of The Three Seekers
William Morris
little as it is wide, In a happy house should ye abide. Were the world as kind as it is hard, Ye shRate it:

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Of The Wooing Of Halbiorn The Strong
William Morris
autumn-tide, So here till the spring shalt thou abide. Then if thy mind be changed no whit, And ye Rate it:

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Old Australian Ways
Andrew Barton Paterson
came of roving stock That could not fixed abide: And we have followed field and flock Since e'er weRate it:

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On A Gentlewoman's Watch That Wanted A Key
William Strode
joyne thy side Unto an active key, and then abide A frequent screwing, till successively More and mRate it:

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On A Group Of Justice And Charity
Bessie Rayner Parkes
Of baser metal; her beside Let loving Charity abide, With her young children gathered near. Rate it:

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On Chloris Standing By The Fire
William Strode
and then it died There where resistance did abide, And lest she should take it unkind Repentant ashRate it:

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On Content
Thomas Parnell
this universall tide firm on heav'ns mercy would abide & 'mongst ye giddy waves securely ride Tho tRate it:

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On One Stone Shall Be Seven Eyes
John Newton
reason Many view him with disdain; How will they abide the season When he'll come with all his traiRate it:

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On Promising Fruitfulness of a Tree
John Bunyan
works have by trials spoiled been. Those that abide, while ripe upon the tree, Show, in a good man,Rate it:

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On the Death of Mr. Crashaw
Abraham Cowley
humanity. Long did the Muses banish'd slaves abide, And built vain pyramids to mortal pride; Rate it:

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On The Picture Of Two Dolphins In A Fountayne
William Strode
either side For joy leapt upp, and gazing there abide; And whereas other waters fish doe bring, HerRate it:

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On The Terrace Of The Aigalades. (From The French Of Méry)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of the North; Where my last milestone stands abide The people to their death gone forth. Here, Rate it:

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Only A Dream
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
'Love only is love in that Home Where I abide--where, till thou come, I work for thee, my child.Rate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 16
Ludovico Ariosto
due to me, For love and worship? that I should abide Alone one live long year, deprived of thee, - Rate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 4
Ludovico Ariosto
hint forbore; Lest dearly he the avowed should abide. And she to him -- "Your guidance gives me pRate it:

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Other Verses
Arthur Henry Adams
nothing of the past. If some word of mine abide, Yet no immortality Looks my soul for; satiRate it:

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Otherside
Henry Lawson
the poets march together, and at home in peace abide, For there is amongst the people more HumanityRate it:

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Our Black Brudder
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Britisher does it himself When he's forced to abide with the nigger. Is he rude in his way and contRate it:

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