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Much Change in a Little Time
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
absent — and our love For such grows all too anxious, too much filled With vain regrets, and fondRate it:

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Mutability
William Wordsworth
meddle not with crime, Nor avarice, nor over-anxious care. Truth fails not; but her outwardRate it:

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My Sister's Sleep
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
So late, now heard the hour, and rose. With anxious softly-stepping haste Our mother weRate it:

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Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin
William Butler Yeats
and wine and honey and milk, And always never-anxious sleep; While a hundred youths, mighty of limbRate it:

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Nature in Perfection
Richard Savage
forfeited his own, What Doubts, what Fears, your anxious Soul posses'd, And tore the soft Asylum ofRate it:

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New Mexican Mountain
Robinson Jeffers
not laughter; Pilgrims from civilization, anxiously seeking beauty, religion, poetry; pilgrims fromRate it:

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New Moments Explode
Kurt Philip Behm
away from longer poems Sprinting restlessly anxious through the waning light New moments eRate it:

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New-Englands Crisis
Benjamin Tompson
she were wild. The bruitish wolves suppress her anxious moan By crueltyes more deadly of her own. WRate it:

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No Hope
Mirza Ghalib
Day of my death is fixed, I am so very anxious that I can not sleep all night. Though I know the rRate it:

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None See Me Off
Sant Tukaram
gave me to one who will not give you cause for anxious thoughts I must now walk with my dear Lord oRate it:

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Now Returned Home
Robinson Jeffers
most an old shepherd, Two wise-eyed dogs wove anxious circles around his feet, and a thin-armed girRate it:

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Occasion'd By Reading The Memoirs Of Anne Of Austria
Mary Barber
Maxims of the Florentine; Who, void of Virtue, anxious to be great, Would rise, tho' on the Ruins oRate it:

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Ode - So dear my Lucio is to me
William Shenstone
sportsman from her nest, And fluttering on with anxious cries, Too plainly shows her tortured breasRate it:

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Ode II: To Sleep
Mark Akenside
silent power, whose welcome sway Charms every anxious thought away; In whose divine oblivion drown'Rate it:

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Ode to Indolence
William Shenstone
thee the rural bower; Dissolve in sleep each anxious care; Each unavailing sigh remove; And only lRate it:

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Ode to Memory
William Shenstone
I made; Nor ever let thy skill display Those anxious moments, ill repaid: Oh! from my breast that sRate it:

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Ode to Valour
Mary Darby Robinson
WOLFE on earth's cold bosom lay; His anxious soldiers thronging round, Bath'd with their tears eaRate it:

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Ode VI: Hymn To Cheerfulness
Mark Akenside
unperceiv'd declines. Is there a youth, whose anxious heart Labors with love's unpitied smart? ThoRate it:

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Ode Written On The First Of January
Robert Southey
the barren mountain's storm-vext height, With anxious gaze survey The fruitful far-off vale. Rate it:

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Oh! Mr. Malthus!
Stephen Leacock
shadow on the window blind, --" In vain the anxious parents soothe, -- What can avail their uselessRate it:

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Old Trails
Edwin Arlington Robinson
fears, A placid and a proper consciousness Of anxious angels over my arrears. “I see them thereRate it:

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On a fateful day, an unlucky time
Boris Pasternak
of a soul for a mind, The expectancy after an anxious 'respond'! Or an echo of different kind. SeeRate it:

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On Hearing Of A Death
Rainer Maria Rilke
actual woods. We keep on playiing, still anxious, our difficult roles declaiming, accompanied by mRate it:

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On Mr. Howard's Account Of Lazarettos
William Lisle Bowles
thee, at each hollow sound, With humid lids oft anxious gaze around. But oh! for him who, to yon vaRate it:

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On Pallas Bathing, From A Hymn Of Callimachus
William Cowper
mirror's polished face, Though Venus oft with anxious care Adjusted twice a single hair. Rate it:

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