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On the Death of Mr. Crashaw
Abraham Cowley
with shame I speak't, and grief, Ah that our greatest faults were in belief! And our weak reasoRate it:

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On The Death Of Rev. Mr. George Whitefield
Phillis Wheatley
Saviour, which his soul did first receive, The greatest gift that ev'n a God can give, He freely ofRate it:

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On The Five Senses
Jonathan Swift
our master, we his tools; Yet we can with greatest ease Turn and wind him where we please. One of uRate it:

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On The Gallows
Jonathan Swift
time I'll let you know. Yet commoners with greatest ease Can find an entrance when they please. TheRate it:

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On The Posteriors
Jonathan Swift
alas! by me can gain, But those who give me greatest pain. Shall man presume to be my master, Who'sRate it:

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One O'Clock in the Morning
Charles Baudelaire
other misdeeds that I had accomplished with the greatest delight; offense of fanfaronnade, crime agRate it:

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Only Follow Your Heart.
Nikhil Parekh
impeccably sacrosanct milk—which became the greatest power for the child to survive for an infiniteRate it:

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Only For Show
Kurt Philip Behm
burrow, trying harder to hide And their one greatest fantasy, … for us never to know That theRate it:

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Ossian’s Grave
Robinson Jeffers
home to the granite stones On my cliff over the greatest ocean To be blind ashes under the butts ofRate it:

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Our Canal
Harriet Monroe
Once more the quest of the Grail, And the greatest shall be the least. We shall circle the earthRate it:

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Our Greatest richness
Nikhil Parekh
the religion of humanity; were irrefutably our greatest richness. (1) We don't need no cheaply aRate it:

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Oxford Cheese Makers Song
James McIntyre
their cheese and their wheat, Though now their greatest care is For to watch o'er their dairies ; TRate it:

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Oxford Cheese Ode
James McIntyre
wheat and barley, oats and peas But still their greatest boast is cheese. And you must careful filRate it:

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Pain
Kurt Philip Behm
Often, Life’s greatest pleasure —is getting the pain to stop (Villanova Pennsylvania: March, 2014)Rate it:

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Parables And Riddles
Friedrich Schiller
wanderer bore; With speed of thought the greatest ocean It carries thee in safety o'er; Rate it:

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Paradise Lost: Book 02
John Milton
Thunderer's aim Your bulwark, and condemns to greatest share Of endless pain? Where there is, theRate it:

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Paradise Regained
John Milton
grace and wisdom to achieve Things highest, greatest, multiplies my fear. Before him a great PropheRate it:

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Paradise Regained: The First Book
John Milton
grace and wisdom to achieve Things highest, greatest, multiplies my fear. Before him a great PropheRate it:

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Patience-The Greatest Artist
Nikhil Parekh
each estrangement of your heart like being the greatest pals of all times? Wasn't it while waitiRate it:

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Penitence
Edward Young
Great God! Greater than greatest! better than the best! Kinder than kindest! with soft pity's eye Look down - On a poor breathing particle of dust!...Rate it:

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Please Don't Forget To Pray
Nikhil Parekh
in the entire day; pretended yourself to be the greatest; expecting people to perceive your every dRate it:

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Poem 1
Edmund Spenser
worthy of your gracefull rymes, That euen the greatest did not greatly scorne To heare theyr names Rate it:

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Poem in Prose
Archibald MacLeish
are: Here in the stars, In the quick hour. The greatest and richest good, My own life to live in, Rate it:

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Pointing Back- Questioningly And Unforgivably At You
Nikhil Parekh
built on bare brick; which were home to the greatest of God's in most rustically bohemian of their Rate it:

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Post festum
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
is in this rude fashion Refused by just the greatest men. 'My dear man, take it, 't is but fit, OfRate it:

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