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Ladder of St. Augustine, The
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
heights by great men reached and kept Were not attained by sudden flight, But they, while their cRate it:

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Lay not reproach at the drunkard's door
Shams al-Din Hafiz
thou shalt meet The reward that the Faithful attain; If such thy life, then fear not thy fate, ThouRate it:

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Liebestod
Alan Seeger
pain Only the brave shall pass, only the strong attain. Truth or delusion, be it as it may, YetRate it:

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Life
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
with errors all his past, He surely shall attain. Some souls there are that needs must taste Of Rate it:

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Lines To Grief
Ann Eliza Bleecker
rejects with scorn; If higher joys she can't attain, She'd rather choose to mourn. For bliss superiRate it:

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Lord Walter's Wife
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
misuse us! and surely if, once in a while, You attain to it, straightaway you call us no longer tooRate it:

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Love As A Landscape Painter
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
dull and idle," Said the boy, "no wisdom thou'lt attain to; See, I'll straightway paint for thee a Rate it:

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Magnetism
Emma Lazarus
unstrung, spent will, dull brain. I achieve, attain, but die, And she claims me hers again. Rate it:

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Man's Medley
George Herbert
must he sip and think Of better drink He may attain to, after he is dead. But as his joys are dRate it:

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Maui Victor
Johannes Carl Andersen
known, New love shall quicken it, new life attain: These legends old in ivory and stone ShRate it:

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Meditation under Stars
George Meredith
space from cleaving brain; The mystic link attain, Whereby star holds on star. Those visible immorRate it:

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Mind.
Robert Crawford
the mysterious One, and through ourselves Attain prevision of the soul's escape In some strange eyrRate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
Sir Thomas Wyatt
honour to desire. But how may I this honour now attain, That cannot dye the colour black a liar? MyRate it:

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Mine Own John Poynz
David McKee Wright
honour to desire. But how may I this honour now attain, That cannot dye the colour black a liar? MyRate it:

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Moral Song
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Would we attain the happiest State, That is design'd us here; No Joy a Rapture must create, No Grief beget Despair. No Injury fierce Ange...Rate it:

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Musophilus Containing A General Defence Of All Learning (ex
Samuel Daniel
And what fair ends may thereby be attain'd? Rate it:

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No Retirement.
Nikhil Parekh
his job; but not from his endless penchant to attain newer and newer heights; in whatever was most Rate it:

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Noontide Retreat of Summer As a Haunt for Meditation
James Thomson
stormy life Toil'd, tempest-beaten, ere we could attain This holy calm, this harmony of mind, WhereRate it:

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Ode to Joy
Anonymous Americas
he purge his soul from vileness And attain to light and worth, He must turn and cling forever To hiRate it:

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Ode to Memory
Alfred Lord Tennyson
of thy great presence; and the cope Of the half-attain’d futurity, Tho’ deep not fathomless, Was clRate it:

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Ode XV: On Domestic Manners (Unfinished)
Mark Akenside
no more aspire The arts of bashful Hymen to attain; But with triumphant eyes And cheeks impassive, Rate it:

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Of The Boy and Butterfly
John Bunyan
fond desires, His tumbling over molehills to attain His end, namely, his butterfly to gain, Doth plRate it:

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Old Trails
Edwin Arlington Robinson
what was dead of him was put away, Would he attain to his offended share Of honor among others ofRate it:

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On Happiness
James Thomson
Some men I saw their utmost art employ How to attain a false deceitful joy, Which from afar consRate it:

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On The Receipt Of My Mother's Picture Out Of Norfolk
William Cowper
anchor'd by thy side. But me, scarce hoping to attain that rest, Always from port withheld, always Rate it:

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