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A Voice From The Factories
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
of an artist's grace: Leaves its uncertain gilded resting-place-- Springs lightly as the elastic Rate it:

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A Word To The Unwise
Ambrose Bierce
burst asunder all the joints; the brass, The gilded ornaments, the carven stones Lay tumbled all toRate it:

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Accordion
Robert William Service
silver-tipped sierras to the sea. The gay and gilded cabin and the grimy glory-hole Have echoed to Rate it:

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An Epistle To Robert Lloyd, Esq.
William Cowper
thus at noon, Broiling beneath a July sun, The gilded butterfly pursues O'er hedge and ditch, throuRate it:

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An Inventor
Augusta Davies Webster
blessing; to the one it has no tooth, for gilded hands make gold of all they touch, the other ...Rate it:

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An Ode to Antares
Alan Seeger
Glimmers the inland city like a star, With gilded gates and sunny spires ablaze And burnished doRate it:

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Anecdote For Fathers
William Wordsworth
the house-top, glittering bright, A broad and gilded vane. Then did the boy his tongue unlock, AndRate it:

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Anti-Thelyphthora. A Tale In Verse
William Cowper
bush, close clipt between, And philyrea of a gilded green. But what Old Chaucer's merry page befitsRate it:

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Apostrophe
Charlotte Smith
tremble as they learn; The crowds around her gilded car that hung, Bent the lithe knee, and troul'dRate it:

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Ash-Wednesday
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
wildly For vain pleasure’s dreams alone, For its gilded gauds and follies, Now at length have calmeRate it:

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Aspirants Three
Ambrose Bierce
About me, lo! Their silent headstones, gilded by the moon, Half-full and near her setting-midnight.Rate it:

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At The Hop
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Lisette to me. I hate the ballroom; hate its gilded pleasure; I hate the crowd within it, well yRate it:

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Australia
Edward George Dyson
black and bottomless abyss, And quaking are the gilded crown And palsied feet of prejudice. The Rate it:

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Autumn
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Whilst full my river flows down to the sea, Gilded with flashing boats That bring no friend to mRate it:

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Ave Caesar! Morituri te salutant
Mary Hannay Foott
poor flickering lamp. The hope of France, the “gilded youth,” So answering the trumpet's peal As iRate it:

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Batuschka
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
in Russian folk-song. --T.B.A.] From yonder gilded minaret Beside the steel-blue Neva set, I faiRate it:

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Blind Old Milton
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
of right, And that perpetual hate of gilded sin Which made me what I am; and though the stain OfRate it:

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Bon Voyage
Edwin Arlington Robinson
a linnet first, He sang for joy. Thrall to the gilded ease Of every day, Mocker of all degrees Rate it:

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Bric-a-Brac
Dorothy Parker
Little morals, woven out, Little wreaths of gilded grass, Little brigs of whittled oak Bottled Rate it:

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By The Quay
Roderic Quinn
its ceaseless noise, Its staring windows and gilded toys; For she was a queen in her gold and greenRate it:

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Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 48
Sa di
A rich profligate is a lump of earth gilded and a pious dervish is a sweetheart besmeared with earth. The latter is the patched garment of Moses an...Rate it:

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Christmas
John Clare
head Drawn upon wheels around the room The gilded coach of ginger bread And many colord sugar plumbRate it:

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Christmass
John Clare
head Drawn upon wheels around the room The gilded coach of ginger bread And many colord sugar plumbRate it:

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Coitus
Ezra Pound
The gilded phaloi of the crocuses are thrusting at the spring air. Here is there naught of dead gods But a procession of festival, A procession, Gi...Rate it:

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Contemplations
Anne Bradstreet
all richly clad, yet void of pride, 4 Were gilded o're by his rich golden head. 5 Their leaRate it:

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