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Forsaking All Others Part 4
Alice Duer Miller
be? ' 'I certainly do,' Said Nell. 'It's that handsome young romantic Doctor who's driving the ladiRate it:

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Forsaking All Others Part 5
Alice Duer Miller
eyelids In that carven ivory head. Took her hand and heard her Murmur: 'Is that you, Jim?' But heRate it:

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Fortune's Statue
Mikolaj Sep Szarzynski
fast to shed blood, Stand both in her hand. He fears her even Whom Yenus enflames; He praises her tRate it:

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Fountain, The: A Conversation
William Wordsworth
I'll be a son to thee!" At this he grasped my hand, and said, "Alas! that cannot be." We rose Rate it:

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Four springtimes lost: and in the fifth we stand
Christopher John Brennan
delight, full-fed. And as your fingers brush my hand so too the winning time would charm me fromRate it:

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Fourth Sunday After Epiphany
John Keble
stand, Who watch His eye, and hold His guiding hand! Not half so fixed, amid her vassal hills, Rate it:

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Fowey Harbour, and Polruan Castle, &c.
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
roused more love than fear, To see, that white hand grasp the spear. There are no knights like ourRate it:

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Fragment
James Weldon Johnson
The hand of Fate cannot be stayed, The course of Fate cannot be steered, By all the gods that man has made, Nor all the devils he has feared, Not b...Rate it:

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Fragment Of A Sonnet. Farewell To North Devon
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Where man's profane and tainting hand Nature’s primaeval loveliness has marred, And some few souls of the high bliss debarred Which else obey her p...Rate it:

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Fragment Of An Ode To Canada
Duncan Campbell Scott
supernal, Until the farmer turns it in his hand, The million-millioned miracle of the land. And yeRate it:

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Fragment of Ballad
Sydney Thompson Dobell
sliding wave of sliding sea Before my following hand doth dance Ever and ever onward to the shore, Rate it:

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Fragment, Or The Triumph Of Conscience
Percy Bysshe Shelley
ghost of the murdered Victoria strode, Her right hand a blood reeking dagger was bearing, She swiftRate it:

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Fragments Pts 1, 11, 111
Victor James Daley
of the past, Red gums, with outstretched bloody hands, Shook maledictions in the air. Fear was aroRate it:

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France
Rudyard Kipling
of new worlds, doubtful which was first, Hand on hilt (rememberest thou?) ready for the blow- SureRate it:

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Frances
Charlotte Brontë
relief From the Eumenides of woe. Wringing her hands, at intervals­ But long as mute as phantom Rate it:

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Francesca
Ezra Pound
out of the night And there were flowers in your hand, Now you will come out of a confusion of peoplRate it:

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Franklin Hyde
Hilaire Belloc
every form of Nastiness- But, on the other Hand, Children in ordinary Dress May always play with SaRate it:

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fReAk sHoW
LuLu Love
an issue, the smallest woman in the world can hand you a tissue. After that, if you are still upsetRate it:

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Frederick Douglass
Paul Laurence Dunbar
horizon's rim. His heart, his talents and his hands were free To all who truly needed aught of him.Rate it:

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Fredericksburg
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
conflagration; on yon height, Linstock in hand, the gunners hold their breath; A signal rocket piRate it:

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Frederik Hegel
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
of you and your form show Standing with helpful hand extended, As when long since in trust and deedRate it:

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Free
Terry Shull
my face towards his, And catches my tears in his hand. And asks me where are your accusers at? Are Rate it:

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Free Fantasia On Japanese Themes
Amy Lowell
myself before a painted shrine, Beating my hands upon the hot earth, Quieting my eyes upon the distRate it:

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Freedom on the Wallaby
Henry Lawson
full of promise, Old Greed must crook 'is dirty hand And come ter take it from us. So we must fRate it:

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French Leave
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
lord and master. And, they who fain would lift a hand To erring wives, now understand That they invRate it:

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