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Grafted Into the Army
Henry Clay Work
him into the Army. He looks kinder sickish -- begins to cry, a big volunteer standing right in his Rate it:

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Grown And Flown
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Until late Summer's wane; But now that frost begins to glaze How should one love again ? Nay, lRate it:

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He Is Safe
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Rest.' I feel two worlds: one ends and one begins. Methinks I dwell in both; being much here, But Rate it:

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Hellas
Percy Bysshe Shelley
THE world's great age begins anew, The golden years return, The earth doth like a snake renew Her winter weeds outworn; Heaven smiles, an...Rate it:

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Hendecasyllabics
Algernon Charles Swinburne
the sea that make no pasture: Since the winter begins, the weeping winter, All whose flowers are Rate it:

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Heriot's Ford
Rudyard Kipling
with us, my lord. "Nay, kill me ere my fear begins!" We would not serve you thus, my lord. "Where Rate it:

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Hippodromania; Or, Whiffs From The Pipe
Adam Lindsay Gordon
falls back, though his reins are slack, Sultana begins to tire, And the top-weight tells on the SydRate it:

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How the Melbourne Cup was Won
Henry Kendall
Derby” — “The bay!” But back where the crescent begins The favourite melted away. And the marvel tRate it:

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Hymn 108
Isaac Watts
grow Unspeakable, like those above, And heav'n begins below. Rate it:

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Hymn 57
Isaac Watts
we draw our breath The first young pulse begins to beat Iniquity and death. How strong in our degeRate it:

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Hymn 79
Isaac Watts
chambers of the east The circuit of his race begins, And, without weariness or rest, Round the wholRate it:

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Hymn To Death
Alfred Austin
merle have gotten their desire; The nightingale begins to tire; Even the cuckoo's note hath fitful Rate it:

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Hymn to Physical Pain
Rudyard Kipling
Mother of Forgetfulness Who, when Thy reign begins, Wipest away the Soul's distress, And memory of Rate it:

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Hymn To The Patriarchs
Count Giacomo Leopardi
bow. The race restored, to earth returned, begins anew The same career of wickedness and lust, WithRate it:

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I must be dreaming through the days
Lesbia Harford
come from school And all her evening work begins. There's more in life than tragic love And all Rate it:

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Igo And Ago
James Whitcomb Riley
Marinn's, Igo and Ago. When Dad comes, the show begins!-- Iram, coram, dago. Dad he says he named Rate it:

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Improvisatore, The
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Fletcher, which my mother admired so much ? It begins with something about two vines so close that Rate it:

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In Memoriam 131: O Living Will That Shalt Endure
Alfred Lord Tennyson
yet unborn; The names are sign'd, and overhead Begins the clash and clang that tells The joy to eRate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 131. O living will that shalt endure
Alfred Lord Tennyson
The names are sign'd, and overhead Begins the clash and clang that tells The joy to evRate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 7. Dark house, by which once more I s
Alfred Lord Tennyson
not here; but far away The noise of life begins again, And ghastly thro' the drizzlinRate it:

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In Praise of Solid People
Clive Staples Lewis
soon another phantom tide Of shifting dreams begins to play, And dusky galleys past me sail, Full Rate it:

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In Tara's Halls
William Butler Yeats
to happen, I think That the adventure of old age begins. To many women I have said, ''Lie still,'' Rate it:

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In the St. Gotthardt Pass
Mathilde Blind
some convulsive woe When a fair light of hope begins to glow Athwart the gloom of long rememberedRate it:

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Innocence Bleeding
Kurt Philip Behm
Love destroys what sex begins, as playgrounds and schoolyards hide the true nature of the King Innocence bleeding, within the deep warm incisi...Rate it:

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Interior
Carl Sandburg
A man in pigeon-gray pyjamas. The open window begins at his feet And goes taller than his head.Rate it:

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