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L'Amitté Est L'Amour
George Gordon Lord Byron
Why should my anxious breast repine. Because my youth is fled? Days of delight may still be mine; Affection is not dead. In tracing back the year...Rate it:

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Lament (O how all things are far removed)
Rainer Maria Rilke
in which house?... I long to quiet my anxious heart and stand beneath the sky's immensity. I long Rate it:

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Lancaster
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
oft her wandering eye, Turned to the clock, and anxiously Watched each long hour pass by. My motheRate it:

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Lara
George Gordon Lord Byron
came he, till conjecture grew Cold in the many, anxious in the few. His hall scarce echoes with hRate it:

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Lara. A Tale
George Gordon Lord Byron
came he, till conjecture grew Cold in the many, anxious in the few. His hall scarce echoes with hRate it:

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Letter From A Missionary Of The Methodist Episcopal Church South, In Kansas, To A Distinguished Politician. Douglas Mission 1854.
John Greenleaf Whittier
local preacher, three or four class-leaders, Anxious inquirers, and renewed backsliders, A score inRate it:

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Life
Mary Darby Robinson
Tender sorrows, transient pleasures? Anxious hopes, and jealous fears, LAUGHING HOURS, and MOURNRate it:

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Lines On A Late Hospicious Ewent, By A Gebtleman Of The Footguards (Blue)
William Makepeace Thackeray
to the Pallis gate, In carridges and for. With anxious looks intent, Before the gate they stop, ThRate it:

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Lines On Observing A Blossom On The First Of February, 1796
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
in moral strains, I've stolen one hour From anxious self, life's cruel taskmaster! And the warm woRate it:

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Lines On The Death Of Sir William Russel
William Cowper
mistress lost, Call not this gloom I wear, this anxious mien, The dull effect of humor, or of spleeRate it:

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Lines To The Memory Of A Very Amiable Young Lady, Who Died At The Age Of Eighteen
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
beside the mournful bed, And rais'd, with anxious care, the languid head; Gaz'd on the pallid cheekRate it:

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Lines Written in August
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
fleeting hour. "Without one envious sigh, one anxious scheme, The nether sphere, the fleeting hoRate it:

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Looking Unto Jesus
John Newton
see him make my cause his own; Then all my anxious cares subside, For Jesus lives, and will provideRate it:

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Lord and Lady Derby
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
weakness—woman's tears, How many a long; and anxious hour She must have passed in secret bower, TilRate it:

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Lot In Sodom
John Newton
soul distressed. Awhile he stayed with anxious mind, Exposed to scorn and strife; At last he leftRate it:

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Love As A Landscape Painter
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
he traced, with pointed finger, And with anxious care, upon the forest, At the utmost verge, where Rate it:

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Lovest Thou Me?
John Newton
'Tis a point I long to know, Oft it causes anxious thought; Do I love the Lord, or no? Am I his, or am I not? If I love, why am I thus? Why this ...Rate it:

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Mare Rubrum
Paul Laurence Dunbar
above my trembling limbs, And almost chill my anxious heart to doubt And disbelief, long conquered Rate it:

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Margaret Love Peacock
Thomas Love Peacock
grey stone, and grassy clay, Have clos'd our anxious care of thee? The half-form'd speech of artleRate it:

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Marmion: Introduction to Canto I
Sir Walter Scott
summer gambols tell, and mourn, And anxious ask: 'Will spring return, And birds and lambs again be Rate it:

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Mater Amabilis
Emma Lazarus
basks in dreams divine. But she smiles through anxious tears; Unborn years Pressing forward, she pRate it:

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Monody to the Memory of Chatterton
Mary Darby Robinson
and sated, with this "mortal coil," This weary, anxious scene of fruitless toil; Not all the gracRate it:

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Monody, Written At Matlock
William Lisle Bowles
late we left, Or turn, with beating breast and anxious eye, To some faint hope that glimmering meeRate it:

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Mother and Daughter- Sonnet Sequence
Augusta Davies Webster
father thought she called us; he and I, Half anxious, reached the bedroom where she lay. Oh lily Rate it:

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Mountain Song
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
In a world-wide rumble. Fear, but pray, you anxious soul, While your mem'ries meet you! Thus go oRate it:

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