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A Judgment In Heaven
Francis Thompson
* clasping the singer's glories clings A dingy creature, even to laughter * cloaked and clad in patRate it:

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A Letter Sent To Mrs. Barber
Mary Barber
perceives th' enchanting Sight, The fleeting Creature of oblivious Night. When some fine Voice delRate it:

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A Man
John Boyle O'Reilly
not time nor chance; Their logic his: not creature, but creator. Rate it:

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A Married Coquette
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and go at a pout. A brute you call me, a creature inhuman; You say I insult you, and bid me go. AnRate it:

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A Miller, His Son, And Their Ass
Anne Kingsmill Finch
down his Son. Behind they walk, and now the Creature drive, But cou'd no better in their Purpose Rate it:

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A Minor Poet
Amy Levy
with torment, than the world For such as I? A creature maimed and marr'd From very birth. A blot, Rate it:

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A Moral Alphabet (excerpt)
Hilaire Belloc
To roost in branches, like a bird.1 A creature heavier than a whale, You see at once, could hardRate it:

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A Neighbours Tears
Benjamin Tompson
flock of Doves, Just in my Way. What New made Creature's this so bright 'thought I Ah! pitty tis suRate it:

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A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON
Robert Herrick
waste upon thy cates, but that The trencher creature marketh what Best and more suppling piece he cRate it:

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A Pin
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
whene’er we meet, Though she seems a gentle creature, and she’s very trim and neat. And she has aRate it:

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A Postscript unto the Reader
Michael Wigglesworth
be past. But if O man, thou liv'st a Christless creature, And Death surprize thee in a state of natRate it:

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A Prayer
Ada Cambridge
Breath of Life, whate'er Thy name! Bear with Thy creature, Man, That makes his dwelling-place a bloRate it:

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A Preaching From A Spanish Ballad
George Meredith
of the stronger's law, Circle, to abash the creature Daring twist beneath his paw. XIV How thoughRate it:

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A Pretty Woman
Robert Browning
the cheek to dimples sweet? XII. Is the creature too imperfect, Would you mend it AnRate it:

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A Quarrel With Love
Nicholas Breton
can, like a coney-ferret, Creep unawares upon a creature. Never eye that can behold it, Though it Rate it:

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A Reading Of Life--With The Persuader
George Meredith
wood-nymph lightly skips She nods: at once that creature wears her lure. Blush of our being betweenRate it:

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A Rebus
Phillis Wheatley
once did feast, Sent by an hand unseen; A creature of the horned race, Which Britain's royal staRate it:

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A Riddle
Thomas Parnell
on the Dame. I then appear'd to Publick View A Creature wondrous bright But shortly perishable too Rate it:

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A Simile
Matthew Prior
in the orb, pleas'd with the chimes, The foolish creature thinks he climbs: But here or there, turnRate it:

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A Singer of the Bush
Andrew Barton Paterson
flock -- The scrub-cutter's axe. While ever a creature survives The axes shall swing; We are Rate it:

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A Sweet Lullaby
Nicholas Breton
and lap it warm, Poor soul that thinks no creature harm. Thou little think'st and less dost know Rate it:

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A Tale
Robert Browning
us forth F sharp!' Did the conqueror spurn the creature Once its service done? That's no such uncRate it:

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A True Story
Ann Taylor
think me a vagabond cheat; And scarcely a creature relieves me, of all The thousands that traverse Rate it:

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A Tryst
Celia Thaxter
vague report of ill. Like some imperial creature, moving slow, Meanwhile, with matchless grace, ThRate it:

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A Vision of a Wrangler, of a University, of Pedantry, and of Philosophy
James Clerk Maxwell
faded, Spectral forms the room invaded, Little creatures, that paraded On the problems lying theRate it:

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