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Advice To Believe In Christ
Rees Prichard
holy Spirit give, That he, new-born, may a new creature live; Christ shall quite change, and mould Rate it:

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Apology For Bad Dreams
Robinson Jeffers
but when the great whip Clung to the flanks the creature kicked so hard she feared he would snap thRate it:

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Arab Songs
Padraic Colum
of swords' With hearts dilated the tribe saw the creature of Saadi's mind: It was like to the horseRate it:

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Crane
Padraic Colum
men I knew. ;;;; The Little Fox THAT sidling creature is a little Fox: Like other canine he is leRate it:

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Hesiod: or, The Rise of Woman
Thomas Parnell
glory past, that gift was thine; The next thy creature meets, be fairly mine: And such a gift, a Rate it:

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In The Underworld
Isaac Rosenberg
lived in the underworld so long: How can you, a creature of light, Without terror understand the soRate it:

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Mistress Gurton's Cat
Mary Darby Robinson
a pupil of the Graces! There never was a finer creature In all the varying whims of Nature! All liRate it:

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Prosperity
George Moses Horton
Come, thou queen of every creature, Nature calls thee to her arms ; Love sits gay on every feature, Teeming with a thousand charms. Meet me mi...Rate it:

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Quare Fatigasti
Adam Lindsay Gordon
vanish with form and feature— Can the creature fathom the creature Whose Creator is fathomless ? Rate it:

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The Ballad Of Downal Baun
Padraic Colum
no hair of white.' He whispered, 'Labour, O Creature.' The wide-horned head was set; The runnels cRate it:

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The Bard
William Gilmore Simms
flight, His step a wilder grace, He glows, the creature of a holier birth;-- Suns sing, and stars gRate it:

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The Beasts In The Tower
Charles Lamb
lashes His teeth the fell hyena gnashes; That creature on whose back abound Black spots upon a yellRate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; the Seconde Nonnes Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
chees to wone, Thow humble and heigh, over every creature Thow nobledest so ferforth oure nature, TRate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE PHISICIENS TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
'Lo, I, Nature, Thus kan I forme and peynte a creature Whan that me list; who kan me countrefete? PRate it:

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The Doe: A Fragment (From Wandering Willie)
George Meredith
its meals And milk I brought: and even now The creature such affection feels For that old room tRate it:

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The Kitten And Falling Leaves
William Wordsworth
spreads the lure Of a sky serene and pure; Creature none can she decoy Into open sign of joy: Is itRate it:

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The Man Born Blind
Ambrose Bierce
with his kit,' he cried, 'To rob a fellow creature.' A bluff old farmer next he saw Sell produce iRate it:

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The Philosophical Egotist
Friedrich Schiller
wilt thou from that lovely circle stand-- That creature still to creature links in faith's familiarRate it:

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The Purple Cow Parodies
Carolyn Wells
goddess gay of feature! Hail divinest purple creature! Oh, Cow, thy visage is too bright To hit theRate it:

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The Second Nun's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
*dwell Thou humble and high o'er every creature, Thou nobilest, *so far forth our natureRate it:

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The Toad
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
one Dreamt of a blessing. There is not a creature On whom the infinite heaven hath not smiled WildlRate it:

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The Vision Of Piers Plowman - Part 09
William Langland
and he never the wiser! Sholde no Cristene creature cryen at the yate Ne faille payn ne potage, aRate it:

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The Waggoner - Canto Third
William Wordsworth
stand; And to the waggon's skirts was tied The Creature, by the Mastiff's side, The Mastiff wonderRate it:

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Time is a Fading-flowre, that's found
George Wither
till the period, of the Outward-creature. END, is the fourth, of those five Termes I meane; (As briRate it:

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Tirocinium; or, a Review of Schools
William Cowper
has brought forth, Stands self-impeach’d the creature of least worth, And, useless while he lives, Rate it:

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