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Elegy On Newstead Abbey
George Gordon Lord Byron
perforce their mortal mould: From ruffian fangs escape not e'en the dead, Raked from repose in searRate it:

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Elegy XIV: To Delia
James Hammond
Feast my drooping Mind shall chear, Glad to escape from Love to such a Friend. But why, so long myRate it:

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Emily, John, James, and I
William Schwenck Gilbert
I would have done, with joy). From JOHNNY escaped an expression of pain, But Jimmy said, "Done witRate it:

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Endymion: Book IV
John Keats
into human shape! That woodland Hyacinthus could escape From his green prison, and here kneeling doRate it:

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Epistle To John Hamilton Reynolds
John Keats
best of's way towards Soho. Few are there who escape these visitings-- Perhaps one or two whose liRate it:

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Epitaphs Translated From Chiabrera
William Wordsworth
did I watch, much laboured, nor had power To escape from many and strange indignities; Was smitten Rate it:

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Eternity Smiles
Kurt Philip Behm
all questions unanswered —as our voices escape Crying out names that only heaven will know Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. IV.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
rushed to the door-way. Vain was the hope of escape; and cries and fierce imprecations Rang throughRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. V.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
a gypsy camp, or a leaguer after a battle, All escape cut off by the sea, and the sentinels near thRate it:

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Every Writers boss
Nikhil Parekh
within; didn't get even the remotest chance to escape and spread terror on this globe, Every landRate it:

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Externalism
Robert William Service
so, But I'm fed up with war and worry; I would escape this world of woe, Of wrath and wrong, of hatRate it:

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Fallen Angels
Mario William Vitale
stench of caged fury in the night There is no escape for them my friend A miserable lot of sin withRate it:

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First Sunday In Lent
John Keble
well, and hold them fast. "Haste, for thy life escape, nor look behind" - Ever in thrilling soundRate it:

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Flight Of Swans
Robinson Jeffers
spring. Sad sons of the stormy fall, No escape, you have to inflict and endure; surely it is time fRate it:

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For Death—or rather
Emily Dickinson
Things that Death will buy Are Room— Escape from Circumstances— And a Name— With Gifts of Life HowRate it:

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Foresight And Patience
George Meredith
I have you not as now. The quiet creatures who escape mishap Bear likeness to pure growths of the gRate it:

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Forever Calls
Kurt Philip Behm
A gathering of Angels, a welcoming hymn Escape and deliverance —call from within (Dreamsleep: February, 2020)Rate it:

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Forgotten & Lost
Kurt Philip Behm
Art, the DMZ between nightmares and dreams Escape for the traveller, forgotten and lost (Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2016)Rate it:

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Forgotten & Lost
Kurt Philip Behm
Art, the DMZ between wishes and dreams Escape for the traveler —forgotten and lost (Villanova Pennsylvania: Watching The Eagles 3-Hour Docum...Rate it:

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Freddie Mercury Invented Pee Pee
Mario William Vitale
the spotted second guessing there was a way of escape through your living room date 1985, Freddie Rate it:

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Freedom XIV
Khalil Gibran
cherished, the pursued and that which you would escape. These things move within you as lights anRate it:

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Freedom's Hope Denied
Kurt Philip Behm
moments freed But fate imprisons all I see Escape an option, death allowed, but only if I’m wRate it:

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From 'The Testament of Beauty'
Robert Seymour Bridges
Baptism with his Babyhood; nor might he escape the fall of Ev'ryman, did not a second call of naturRate it:

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From Pent-up Aching Rivers
Walt Whitman
possess me, 30 O I wish that you and I escape from the rest, and go utterly off--O freeRate it:

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From Santa To Reagan
Mario William Vitale
sort of Ragu there is a tale beneath the hostile escape of a winner turned fool nor wretched bananaRate it:

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