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On Memory
Joanna Baillie
the eye of Fancy may see them glance, Gilded banner, and quivering lance! But Memory from Fancy turRate it:

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One Hundred and Three
Henry Lawson
fit the gaol, in circle and line absurd, To the gilded weathercock on the church, agape like a straRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 17
Ludovico Ariosto
one common fate, And marbled column, slab, and gilded beam, By sire and grandsire held in high esteRate it:

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Orpheus
Emma Lazarus
about our very home. Then waiting stood the gilded chariot Before the porch, and from the vine-wreaRate it:

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Paradise Regained: The Fourth Book
John Milton
structure, skill of noblest architects, With gilded battlements, conspicuous far, Turrets, and terrRate it:

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Part of an Irregular Fragment
Helen Maria Williams
heart now bleeds!-- Foul tyrant! o'er the gilded hour That beams with all the blaze of power, RemorRate it:

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Pastoral Stanzas
Mary Darby Robinson
the proud palace, so pompously gay, Whose high gilded turrets peep over the trees; I pity its greatRate it:

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Père-la-Chaise
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
mad. The rifle shots re-echoed in his tomb, The gilded scoundrel's who had been so glad. O Morny, ORate it:

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Perennial Calendar (excerpt)
William Forster
laurels mix their glossy oval leaves; And gilded holly crimson fruit displays, And white viburnum oRate it:

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Pompeii
Thomas Babbington Macaulay
milk-white monarch of the herd they lead; With gilded horns, at yonder shrine to bleed And while thRate it:

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Pretty Words
Elinor Morton Wylie
midsummer moths, and honied words like bees, Gilded and sticky, with a little sting. Rate it:

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Progress
George Meredith
women choose their mates Most amorously from the gilded fighting crew: The human heart Bellona's maRate it:

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Psalm 19: Coeli Enarrant
Sir Philip Sidney
Grace for sun's fair face In beams of beauty gilded? Who forth doth come, like a bridegroom, FrRate it:

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Raschi In Prague
Emma Lazarus
on fine, firm lips, An eagle profile cut in gilded bronze, Strong, delicate as a head upon a coin, Rate it:

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Retirement
James Beattie
vagrant foot be nigh, No ray from Grandeur's gilded car, Flash on the startled eye. But if some piRate it:

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Rural Sports: A Georgic - Canto I.
John Gay
of each different soil: This waving field is gilded o'er with corn, That spreading trees with blusRate it:

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Save the Boys
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
from your streets those traps of hell Into whose gilded snares I fell. Oh! freemen, from these foulRate it:

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Seventeenth Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
o'er her marble stairs, Flashed Sion's gilded dome to summer skies, Not holier, while around him Rate it:

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Sir Raymond of the Castle
Mary Darby Robinson
RHINE Their shining curls disclose; With many a gilded turret crown'd His splendid Palace rose. Rate it:

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Solitude
Sir Henry Parkes
the mountain solitudes; Far from all the gilded strife Of our boasted “social life,” Contemplating,Rate it:

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Solomon
Thomas Parnell
clouds dispose, Whence wanton cupids shoot with gilded bows; A nobler writer, strains more brightlyRate it:

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Solomon on the Vanity of the World, A Poem. In Three Books. - Pleasure. Book II.
Matthew Prior
sad Thought did still repair, And round my gilded roofs hung hovering Care. In vain on silken bedsRate it:

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Song
Richard Lovelace
that a clinquant outside doth adore, Dotes on a gilded statue and no more. Rate it:

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Song
William Allingham
Bring back the friendship of the sun ; The gilded evenings, calm and late, When merry children Rate it:

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Song I
Mikolaj Sep Szarzynski
Sweeter they are than honey, greater Yet than gilded metal and rare jewels. 'Tis why, in his heaRate it:

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