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The Power of the Dog
Rudyard Kipling
gone--wherever it goes--for good, You will discover how much you care, And will give your heart forRate it:

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FOLLOW
Robert Randle
your true identity. You must have the courage to discover your unknown and unrecognized talents. FORate it:

(4.00 / 3 votes)
Stains
Theodosia Garrison
and fair it hid our stains That no man might discover." "Naked the soul goes up to God, BrRate it:

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The Evening Darkens Over
Robert Seymour Bridges
over After a day so bright, The windcapt waves discover That wild will be the night. There's sound Rate it:

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The Invitation
Thomas Dekker
of armies fighting: Oh, part not from me! I'll discover There all but [?] books of fancy's writinRate it:

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Definitions
Deborrah Ann Stenberg
all answers to justify ambitions. Longing to discover a serviceable path. one that will keep us saRate it:

(3.00 / 2 votes)
A Parting
Edith Nesbit
and lover; Nought's to seek now, gain, attain, discover. All is over. Rate it:

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A Ballad
John Gay
hideous rocks remain? No eyes the rocks discover, That lurk beneath the deep, To wreck the wanderinRate it:

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A Beautiful Butterfly ( Bipolar Awareness )
Mario William Vitale
reached out with everything in her very being to discover the presence of love. Lastly, this is a tRate it:

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A Dead Astronomer
Francis Thompson
said'st thou, Astronomer, When thou did'st discover HER? When thy hand its tube let fall, Thou founRate it:

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A Destiny
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
at length,--he stood, at some chance game, Discover'd,--branded with a Cheater's name. VI. Out, Rate it:

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A Girl's Sin - In His Eyes
Francis Thompson
when her lover Her grace, with trembling, should discover, And in adoring trouble be Humbled at herRate it:

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A Letter of Advice
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
own Araminta, next week; Why cannot my fancy discover The hue of his coat, and his cheek? Alas! Rate it:

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A Mystery Unfolds
Mario William Vitale
season burn the candle at both ends we shall discover it as the mystery unfoldsRate it:

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A poem, on the rising glory of America
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
Better these northern realms deserve our song, Discover'd by Britannia for her sons; Undeluged wRate it:

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A poem, Sacred to the Glorious memory of King George
Richard Savage
(truly Great!) his useful Pow'r refines, By him discover'd Worth exalted shines; Exalted Worth, th'Rate it:

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A Soldier's Dream
Anonymous Americas
maid, wife, and mother Would with rapture discover And rush out to meet lover, husband, and son! IRate it:

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A Song. High State And Honours To Others Impart
John Dryden
my petition, All my ambition; If e'er you discover So faithful a lover, So real a flame, I'll die, Rate it:

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A Sourdough Story
Robert William Service
have a hunch some of the bunch in Heaven I'll discover." Said Peter: "True; and this I'll do (sinceRate it:

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A Tale of the Miser and the Poet
Anne Kingsmill Finch
by Homer quoted. But all, that he cou'd there discover, Was, in a Pit with Thorns grown over, OlRate it:

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A Tender Message Of Hope For These Times
Mario William Vitale
need to go A whole host of believers will soon discover its heavenly delights walk on streets of gRate it:

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A True Poet
Nikhil Parekh
beautiful; with an insatiable fire to endlessly discover resplendent newness; as each second rampanRate it:

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A Unique Perspective
Mario William Vitale
a chance to create with pen on a paper we shall discover snap shot memories of are past having sRate it:

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A Whole New Chapter
Nikhil Parekh
dawn; you felt an inexorable fervor to discover encapsulating every cranny of your persona; alleviaRate it:

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Advice To My Best Brother, Coll: Francis Lovelace.
Richard Lovelace
its inhabitants; nay, stedfast stand, As if discover'd were a New-found-land, Fit for plantation heRate it:

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