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Decadence
Robert William Service
in a faded hat; A shabby, shrinking, crumpled creature, Of waxy casino-ward with eyes Of lost soulRate it:

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Demon And Beast
William Butler Yeats
his back; Being no more demoniac A stupid happy creature Could rouse my whole nature. Yet I am certRate it:

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Desire
Matthew Arnold
fashion Of this earthly nature That mars thy creature; From grief, that is but passion; From mirth,Rate it:

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Desiring to Be Given up to God
Augustus Montague Toplady
seal me thine adopted son: A fallen, helpless creature take, And heir of thy salvation make. Rate it:

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Distraction
Katharine Tynan
went in. Say: Through the crusts of earth, My creature Perceives Me, hails Me Lord above; Rumours Rate it:

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Dogs Petition
Ehsan Sehgal
Better than a human We are loyal as a unique creature For entire life That human has not We feel aRate it:

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Earth And Man
George Meredith
breath of instant thirst Is warning of a creature matched with strife, To meet it as a bride, or leRate it:

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Eden bower
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
and feature Made me a wife for the earth's new creature. “Take me thou as I come from Adam: (Sing ERate it:

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Elegy Upon Tiger
Jonathan Swift
Death's eternal jail! In a few days this lovely creature must First turn to clay, and then be changRate it:

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Emblems
Charles Harpur
A STREAMLET is a bright and beauteous creature In some wide desert, where it keeps apart Of each wayfarer’s heart: The Star of Evening is a graciou...Rate it:

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Emblems of Love
Lascelles Abercrombie
to be supposed; And there was no more creature except light,— The dreadful burning of theRate it:

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Epigrams
William Watson
and yearning, 'tis man's doom to see No perfect creature fashion'd of his hands. Insulted by a flowRate it:

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Epistle To A Young Friend
Robert Burns
great Creator to revere, Must sure become the creature; But still the preaching cant forbear, AnRate it:

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Epitaphe Sur La Mort De Damoiselle Elisabeth Ranquet
Pierre Corneille
Ne verse point de pleurs sur cette sépulture, Passant ; ce lit funèbre est un lit précieux, Où gît d'un corps tout pur la cendre toute pure ; Mais ...Rate it:

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ER CONFESSORE (The Confessor)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
to her in rage: "Curse on you"; She is God's creature! [2] -- Anything else? -- I'm having An affRate it:

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Etiquette
William Schwenck Gilbert
mighty store Of turtle unmolested on his fellow-creature's shore. The oysters at his feet aside impRate it:

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Evening Twilight
Charles Baudelaire
each feature, and restless man becomes a savage creature. Evening, sweet evening, desired by him whRate it:

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Exhortation to Prayer
William Cowper
apace when you complain, And fill your fellow-creature's ear With the sad tale of all your care. Rate it:

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Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg
William Wordsworth
One, of the godlike forehead, The heaven-eyed creature sleeps in earth: And Lamb, the frolic anRate it:

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Fable L: The Hare and Many Friends
John Gay
GAY, Was well known never to offend, And every creature was her friend. As was her wont, at early dRate it:

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Fairy Days
William Makepeace Thackeray
she fell into his snare, At the little tender creature—who wept and tore her hair! But ever when iRate it:

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False
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
in your sweet eyes. Why, you are the shy young creature I wooed in her maiden grace; There was purRate it:

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Featherstonhaugh
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
unaltered, swept on its course Though a fellow creature had met his doom: Pale and trembling, and sRate it:

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Fiddle-Dee-Dee
Eugene Field
straight bead on that bird; And, while that vain creature provokingly sang, The gun it went off witRate it:

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Fidelity
William Wordsworth
shout, nor whistle strikes his ear; What is the creature doing here? It was a cove, a huge recess,Rate it:

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