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Idealists
Alfred Kreymborg
Brother Tree: Why do you reach and reach? Do you dream some day to touch the sky? Brother Stream: Why do you run and run? Do you dream some da...Rate it:

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If Ever I Had The Privilege
Nikhil Parekh
If ever I had the privilege of being a sandstone castle; with palatial walls overlooking the flowing river, I would make sure that all urchins res...Rate it:

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If Hope Grew On A Bush
Christina Georgina Rossetti
If hope grew on a bush, And joy grew on a tree, What a nosegay for the plucking There would be! But oh! in windy autumn, When frail flowers wi...Rate it:

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If Only I Could Win Every Heart
Nikhil Parekh
I hadn't the most infinitesimal of desire to conquer the planet with the power of sacrilegious wealth; but if only I could win every symbiotically ...Rate it:

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If Still Your Orchards Bear
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Brother, that breathe the August air Ten thousand years from now, And smell—if still your orchards bear Tart apples on the bough— The early windfa...Rate it:

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If The Constitution Should Crumble
Mario William Vitale
Charles Manson wanted to start the race war but he died Malcom X was philosphical in his approach to civil right Martin Luther King Jr did his amaz...Rate it:

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If The Heart Ever Had A Tongue
Nikhil Parekh
If the broken wall ever had a tongue; the first thing it uttered; would be about the disdainfully inferior quality of cement used in its constructi...Rate it:

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If The World Were Upside Down
Nikhil Parekh
If gigantic silhouette of the peepal tree was rotated upside down, Countless fibers of moistened roots would shiver in the wind, Leafy branches o...Rate it:

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III
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Unlike are we, unlike, O princely Heart ! Unlike our uses and our destinies. Our ministering two angels look surprise On one another, as they strik...Rate it:

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Imelda
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
……………….Sometimes The young forgot the lessons they had learnt, And lov'd when they should hate, like thee, Imelda! ~ Italy, a Poem Passa la bella...Rate it:

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Imitation Of Spenser
John Keats
Now Morning from her orient chamber came, And her first footsteps touch'd a verdant hill; Crowning its lawny crest with amber flame, Silv'ring the ...Rate it:

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Immortal Love
Nikhil Parekh
When I sighted it standing over the celestial body of sun; it appeared profoundly dazzling shimmering in the vibrant rays, When I sighted it from...Rate it:

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Immortality
Katharine Tynan
So I have sunk my roots in earth Since that my pretty boys had birth; And fear no more the grave and gloom, I, with the centuries to come. As ...Rate it:

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Immortally Afraid
Nikhil Parekh
I wasn't afraid of inexplicably gloomy darkness; as I unflinchingly embraced it with the profuse enlightenment to fanatically exist; lingering impr...Rate it:

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IMPOSSIBILITIES: TO HIS FRIEND
Robert Herrick
My faithful friend, if you can see The fruit to grow up, or the tree; If you can see the colour come Into the blushing pear or plum; If you can see...Rate it:

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Impossible To imprison
Nikhil Parekh
You could perhaps incarcerate the tree; but it was irrefutably impossible to imprison its euphorically exhilarating breeze; which swept in majestic...Rate it:

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Impregnably Soaked
Nikhil Parekh
The gorgeously gigantic hills; were profusely soaked with golden fireballs; of melodiously tantalizing Sunlight, The inscrutably mesmerizing fore...Rate it:

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Impressed
Nikhil Parekh
The roots unrelentingly wanted to impress the fertile cocoons of chocolate brown soil; by embedding themselves to astronomical limits; and as deep ...Rate it:

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Improvisations: Light And Snow: 12
Conrad Potter Aiken
How many times have we been interrupted Just as I was about to make up a story for you! One time it was because we suddenly saw a firefly Lighting ...Rate it:

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Improvisations: Light And Snow: 14
Conrad Potter Aiken
Like an old tree uprooted by the wind And flung down cruelly With roots bared to the sun and stars And limp leaves brought to earth — Torn from its...Rate it:

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In a Garden
Sara Teasdale
The world is resting without sound or motion, Behind the apple tree the sun goes down Painting with fire the spires and the windows In the elm-shad...Rate it:

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In a Wood
Thomas Hardy
In a Wood Pale beech and pine-tree blue, Set in one clay, Bough to bough cannot you Bide out your day? When the rains skim and skip, Wh...Rate it:

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In A Wook
Thomas Hardy
PALE beech and pine-tree blue, Set in one clay, Bough to bough cannot you Bide out your day? When the rains skim and skip...Rate it:

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In an Old Farmhouse
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Outside the afterlight's lucent rose Is smiting the hills and brimming the valleys, And shadows are stealing across the snows; From the mystic glo...Rate it:

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In Drear-Nighted December
John Keats
IN drear-nighted December, Too happy, happy tree, Thy branches ne'er remember Their green felicity: The north cannot undo them With a sleety whistl...Rate it:

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