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I Will Not Cry
Mirza Ghalib
reference. Be chivalrous for you are the wine bearer (beloved) , or else I use to drink as much wiRate it:

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Thomas Babbington Macaulay
save our lord the king! “And if my standard-bearer fall, as fall full well he may, For never I Rate it:

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Let us not mind the happiness...
Narsinh Mehta
indeed are rescued by the Sarangdhar, the bearer of the mighty Saranga bow, the Narsaiyya's Lord! LRate it:

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Henry Kendall
and paler than Pleione’s daughter, disconsolate bearer Of trouble that smites like a sword of the gRate it:

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Mr. Sheets
Ambrose Bierce
by some clerical dead-beats: 'Admit the bearer and Clay Sheets.' Peter expanded all his eyes: ''ClaRate it:

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Narrara Creek
Henry Kendall
it beams on the plains, where the wind is a bearer Of words from the sea to the stately Narrara! Rate it:

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Night In State Street
Harriet Monroe
newsboy, calling extras there, Pitiful burden-bearer, pale with blight, What of the night?— The Rate it:

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Ode To The Setting Sun
Francis Thompson
symmetry. How came the entomb-ed tree a light-bearer, Though sunk in lightless lair? Friend of theRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 11
Ludovico Ariosto
the damsel took her way; With her the brother, bearer of the lance, After, the paladin, Astolpho's Rate it:

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Our Lady of the Sackcloth
Rudyard Kipling
trod – Even the two-fold Virgin, Spouse and Bearer of God! She took the shears and the sacking,Rate it:

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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
afar off; Cannot send a secret message, But the bearer learns our secret, May pervert it, may betraRate it:

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Prince Yousuf And The Alcayde
Christopher Pearse Cranch
my brother, and his head Straightway by the bearer send me;,, So I may be sure he's dead.' 'So' — cRate it:

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Resurrection, imperfect
John Donne
last; Sleep then, and rest; The world may bearer thy stay, A better Sun rose before thee to dayRate it:

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Sonnet 51: Thus can my love excuse the slow offence
William Shakespeare
can my love excuse the slow offence Of my dull bearer, when from thee I speed: From where thou art,Rate it:

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Sonnet XLVIII: Death-in-Love
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
furl and cling,— Then plucked a feather from the bearer's wing And held it to his lips that stirredRate it:

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Spirit Of Song
Thomas Bracken
lovingly throng, Soaring with thee above, Bearer of truth and love, Teacher of heaven's tongue - SpRate it:

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Spirit of Song
James Brunton Stephens
throng, Soaring with thee above, Bearer of truth and love, Teacher of heaven's tongue -- SRate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 1. The Musician's Tale; The Saga of King Olaf XIV. -- The Crew Of The Long Serpent
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
as a swallow's nest descended; As standard-bearer he defended Olaf's flag in the fight. Near him Rate it:

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The American Flag
Joseph Rodman Drake
his mansion in the sun She called her eagle bearer down, And gave into his mighty hand, The symbRate it:

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The Battle of Cressy
William Topaz McGonagall
without dismay; And Jack rushed at the Standard Bearer without any dread, And struck him a blow witRate it:

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The Battle Of Ivry
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
God save our lord the king! ?And if my standard-bearer fall, as fall full well he may, For never Rate it:

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The Death Of Aliatar
William Cullen Bryant
sweeps the ground in grief, The bearer drags its glorious folds Behind the fallen chief, As mournfuRate it:

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The Demon Of The Study
John Greenleaf Whittier
chronicled well by good King James. No bearer of burdens like Caliban, No runner of errands like ARate it:

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The Leather Bottel
Anonymous Americas
To have them fill'd he doth intend; The bearer stumbles by the way And on the ground the beer Rate it:

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The Litany Of Nations
Algernon Charles Swinburne
am she that was thy sign and standard-bearer, Thy voice and cry; She that washed thee with herRate it:

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