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I went to heaven,--
Emily Dickinson
man drew. People like the moth, Of mechlin, frames, Duties of gossamer, And eider names. Almost conRate it:

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Lost In Introspection by m.n.i.w
m.n.i.w
sync. Detached from the same. My distorted mind frames. Pseudo imaginative figments. Like colorlessRate it:

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Madeleine Vercheres
William Henry Drummond
and even the old and lame With tottering frames and footsteps, their feeble labors lent At the gathRate it:

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Miracles
Walt Whitman
with the same; Every spear of grass--the frames, limbs, organs, of men and women, and aRate it:

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Morning In Your Eyes
Kurt Philip Behm
Day surrounds your memory, as evening frames your smile But what I most remember —is morning in your eyes (Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2016)Rate it:

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Naked Eyes
Nikhil Parekh
my vision. as i obscured my eyes; with bulky frames of high powered glass, slender avenues of my Rate it:

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Now I lay Me
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
keep so young That my failing, faltering tongue Frames that prayer so dear to me Taught me at my moRate it:

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O Carib Isle!
Harold Hart Crane
And yet suppose I count these nacreous frames of tropic death, Brutal necklaces of shells arounRate it:

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Ode, Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood
William Wordsworth
this hath now his heart, And unto this he frames his song: Then Rate it:

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Ode: Intimations of Immortality
William Wordsworth
this hath now his heart, And unto this he frames his song: Then will he fit his tongue To dialoguesRate it:

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Old Pardon, the Son of Reprieve
Andrew Barton Paterson
creed. He seemed to inherit their wiry Strong frames -- and their pluck to receive -- As hard asRate it:

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On the Disastrous Spread of Aestheticism in all Classes
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Declined to open shops- And Cooks recorded frames of mind In sad and subtle chops. The stars wereRate it:

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Peinture. A Panegyrick To The best Picture Of Friendship, M
Richard Lovelace
of their abstracted character; Thou, that in frames eternity dost bind, And art a written and a bodRate it:

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Peinture. A Panegyrick To The best Picture Of Friendship, Mr. Pet. Lilly.
Richard Lovelace
of their abstracted character; Thou, that in frames eternity dost bind, And art a written and a bodRate it:

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Plenty In A Time Of Dearth
John Newton
Pharaoh in his dream beheld. With pleasing frames and grace received, With means and ordinances fRate it:

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Revolutions
Matthew Arnold
this boding sense come on; Have felt their huge frames not constructed right, And droop'd, and sloRate it:

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Ruins of Rome, by Bellay
Edmund Spenser
fable, and the spoil of all: And though your frames do for a time make war 'Gainst time, yet timeRate it:

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Satyr
Lord John Wilmot
This busie, puzling, stirrer up of doubt, That frames deep Mysteries, then finds 'em out; FillinRate it:

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Sonnet 12
Alan Seeger
great cities of the world shall yet Be golden frames for me in which to set New masterpieces of mRate it:

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Suburbia
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
moderate; To sit at eve, 'mid fans and photo, frames, And play at sundry senseless parlor games; TRate it:

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Tale III
George Crabbe
rose in bold elastic swell; Mirrors in gilded frames display'd the tints Of glowing carpets and of Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. The Poet's Tale; Lady Wentworth
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of stairs; And on the walls, in heavy gilded frames, The ancestral Wentworths with Old-Scripture naRate it:

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Tantramar Revisited
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
dusk of the dike. Soon, thro' their dew-wet frames, in the live keen freshness of morning, OutRate it:

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The Child-World
James Whitcomb Riley
shavings--Rapture infinite! Shelved quilting-frames; the toolchest; the old box Of refuse nails andRate it:

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The Columbiad: Book II
Joel Barlow
tribes of this untutor'd throng? Where human frames and brutal souls combine, No force can tame theRate it:

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