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Finite—to fail, but infinite to Venture
Emily Dickinson
struts the shore Many's the gallant—overwhelmed Creature Nodding in Navies nevermore— Rate it:

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First Robin
Emily Dickinson
had they for me? They're here, though; not a creature failed, No blossom stayed away In gentle defRate it:

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First Six Verses Of The Ninetieth Psalm Versified, The
Robert Burns
that's past. Thou giv'st the word: Thy creature, man, Is to existence brought; Again Thou say'st, Rate it:

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Fit the Fourth ( Hunting of the Snark )
Lewis Carroll
smiles and soap! "For the Snark's a peculiar creature, that wo'n't Be caught in a commonplace wayRate it:

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Fit the Sixth ( Hunting of the Snark )
Lewis Carroll
was wrong, Fell asleep, and in dreams saw the creature quite plain That his fancy had dwelt on so Rate it:

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For
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
geomaunt and teraphim: A knight, and a winged creature bearing him, Reared at the rock: a woman fRate it:

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For I Will Consider My Cat Jeoffry (excerpt, Jubilate Agno)
Christopher Smart
he is the quickest to his mark of any creature. For he is tenacious of his point. For he is a mixtuRate it:

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Fro Genesis to Covid 19
Jyothis
day and night Marking seasons, days and years Creatures of the seas And winged birds followed BlesRate it:

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from Jubilate Agno, Fragment B, lines 695-768
Christopher Smart
he is the quickest to his mark of any creature. For he is tenacious of his point. For he is a mixtuRate it:

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From Mount Ebal
John Bunyan
too assuredly. Now keep this law no mortal creature can, For they already do, as guilty, stand BeRate it:

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From Top To Bottom
Ambrose Bierce
he exhorts as loud at least As any living creature. And when the plate is passed about He never takRate it:

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From ‘Paracelsus’
Robert Browning
with its tribe Of nested limpets; savage creatures seek Their loves in wood and plain—and God rRate it:

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Fuyons Paris
Maurice Rollinat
0 ma si fragile compagne, Puisque nous souffrons à Paris, Envolons-nous dans la campagne Au milieu des gazons fleuris. Loin, bien loin des foul...Rate it:

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George Mullen's Confession
James Whitcomb Riley
I desire to say that I'm A weak and sinful creature, as regards my daily walk The last five years aRate it:

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Gertrude of Wyoming
Thomas Campbell
her dismal tromp, Nor seal'd in blood a fellow-creature's doom, Nor mourn'd the captive in a livingRate it:

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God
Gavril Romanovich Derzhavin
risen. Creator, I am your invention! I am a creature of your wisdom. O, source of life, bestower oRate it:

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God Gifted brain.
Nikhil Parekh
yourself to be the most mellifluously enchanting creature on the planet; but soon weep every unfurlRate it:

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God Hides His People
William Cowper
the reverse, which, once abased, The haughty creature proves! He feels his soul a barren waste, NorRate it:

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God made a little Gentian
Emily Dickinson
just before the Snows There rose a Purple Creature— That ravished all the Hill— And Summer hid herRate it:

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God of Love
Augustus Montague Toplady
and grace Reach unbounded as the skies, Hear thy creature's feeble praise, Let my ev'ning sacrificeRate it:

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Gracia
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
but a man. None but a god could keep so rare a creature: I blame her not for her inconstancy; When Rate it:

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Growing Pains
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
jest may give him joy Strange, adolescent creature, Suspended 'twixt the man and boy No rag's worRate it:

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Hard Luck
Andrew Barton Paterson
my side There walked a ruined tout -- A hungry creature, evil-eyed, Who poured this story out. Rate it:

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Haunted
Siegfried Sassoon
around with peering, frantic eyes. An evil creature in the twilight looping, Flapped blindly in hRate it:

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Here I sit with my paper…
Percy Bysshe Shelley
them wits who all sharply vie, To try what odd creature they best can belie, A thousand are prudes Rate it:

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