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Elizabeth Speaks
Duncan Campbell Scott
cannot find his wayward son; When the horn begins to blow, He has to drop his light and run. Of couRate it:

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En-Dor
Rudyard Kipling
set in the head, And the voice from the belly begins. Therefore, We pay them a wage where they ply Rate it:

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English Eclogues V - The Witch
Robert Southey
to see her limping back Poor beast! but charity begins at home, And Nat, there's our own horse in sRate it:

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Epilogue
Edgar Lee Masters
clay? (He scrapes the earth with his hands and begins to model.) BEELZEBUB Out of the dust, Out Rate it:

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Eternity Set Free
Kurt Philip Behm
the present in your dreams The present neither begins nor ends, —eternity set free (VillanovaRate it:

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Eureka
Henry Lawson
so with all its shameful scenes, the digger hunt begins. The men are seized who are too poor the heRate it:

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Evenfall
Robert William Service
one is slow and slips a bit, And life begins to pall, How sweet it is in peace to sit Rate it:

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Evening
Paul Laurence Dunbar
The moon begins her stately ride Across the summer sky; The happy wavelets lash the shore,-- The tide is rising high. Beneath some friendly blade ...Rate it:

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Evening In Summer
James Thomson
To close the face of things. A fresher gale Begins to wave the wood, and stir the stream, SweepingRate it:

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Evening Love Song
Rainer Maria Rilke
love song; a road leaves evasively. The new moon begins a new chapter of our nights, of those fraiRate it:

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Explanation Of An Ancient Woodcut
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
little world, that broods there amain, And that begins to act and to live, Which he to others wouldRate it:

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Expostulation
William Cowper
in their sins, 'Tis in the Church the leprosy begins: The priest whose office is, with zeal sincereRate it:

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Extempore Lines
Henry Kendall
A MORNING crowns the Western hill, A day begins to reign, A sun awakes o’er distant seas— Shall never sleep again. The world is growing old, And me...Rate it:

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Fantasie -- To Laura
Friedrich Schiller
its barriers rises, O'er its banks, the blood begins to flow; Body seeks to join itself to body, Rate it:

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Fi-Fi In Bed
Robert William Service
be! Me, I laugh and leap all day, Till my head begins to nod; He's so great, He cannot play: I am Rate it:

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FINALLY SEEING
Raina Nicole
ALL IN.. READY FOR A NEW CHAPTER AS THE LESSON BEGINS .HE REALLY IS A GOOD FRIEND..Rate it:

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Fingal - Book II
James Macpherson
to Cuthullin, which are rejected. The battle begins, and is obstinately fought for some time, untilRate it:

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Fire-Fly City
Henry Van Dyke
stranger growing, A magic city full of lights begins to glow and gleam. Wide through the landscaRate it:

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Fleckno, an English Priest at Rome
Andrew Marvell
hideous verse, he, and a dismal tone, Begins to exercise; as if I were Possest; and sure the Devil Rate it:

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Flower-De-Luce: Divina Commedia
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
crypts below; And then a voice celestial, that begins With the pathetic words, 'Although your sinRate it:

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Fly Not Yet
Thomas Moore
flower That scorns the eye of vulgar light, Begins to bloom for sons of night, And maids who lovRate it:

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From
John Clare
it loudly squalls; And then the pattering rain begins to fall, And it is hushed--the fern leaves scRate it:

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From: An Evening Revery
William Cullen Bryant
that bourne, In the vast cycle of being which begins At that broad threshold, with what fairer formRate it:

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Gabriel Calls
Kurt Philip Behm
faith is bold and steadfast, new rain begins to fall Through the fog a trumpet’s blowing, the gRate it:

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Girl in Love
Rainer Maria Rilke
in it. Where has my life its limit And where begins the night? I could fancy all things around me Rate it:

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