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From Ajax Dirge
James Shirley
is no armor against fate; Death lays his icy hand on kings. Scepter and crown Must tumble dRate it:

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From an Essay on Man
Alexander Pope
last, he crops the flow'ry food, And licks the hand just rais'd to shed his blood. Oh blindness to Rate it:

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From Down The River
Susan Frances Harrison
sun-baked blistered place He sleeps, with his hand on the burning haft, A Metis-slim and sallow oRate it:

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From Egmont
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
troops on Full arm'd for the strife, While his hand grasps his lance As they proudly advance. My Rate it:

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From Far Dakota's Canons
Walt Whitman
in front, bearing a bright sword in thy hand, 20 NowRate it:

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From Far, From Eve and Morning
Alfred Edward Housman
I tarry Nor yet disperse apart-- Take my hand quick and tell me, What have you in your heart. Rate it:

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From Faust - V. Margaret At Her Spinning-Wheel
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
voice so fraught With magic bliss, His hand's soft pressure, And, ah, his kiss! My heart is sad,Rate it:

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From Milton: And did those feet
William Blake
Mental Fight, Nor shall my Sword sleep in my hand, Till we have built Jerusalem In England's green Rate it:

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From Mount Ebal
John Bunyan
scourges thee to lash, while sins do bind Thee hand and foot, for ever to endure The strokes of veRate it:

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From Night And Day
Isaac Rosenberg
that she is near, A jewelled lamp within her hand and jewels in her hair ; I lost her in a vision oRate it:

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From Perugia
John Greenleaf Whittier
blest beyond doubt; But there's blood on his hands which would scarcely wash out, Though Peter himsRate it:

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From Pocahontas
William Makepeace Thackeray
gladden as it felt the smart, And thank the hand that flung the dart! Rate it:

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From Shadow
Duncan Campbell Scott
plan; Till we feel in the deepening night The hand of the angel Content, That stranger of calmnessRate it:

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From The First Act Of The Aminta Of Tasso
Anne Kingsmill Finch
who shall my Story find Carv'd by thy Hand, in some fair Beeches rind; Beneath whose Shade the blRate it:

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From The Philosopher’s Stone
Hans Christian Andersen
alas, too clearly known;” Then, on the other hand, came the answer— “Love, like a mighty flowinRate it:

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From The Spanish Cancioneros
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
back again to me. IV. Glove of black in white hand bare, And about her forehead pale Wound a thRate it:

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from The Women At Point Sur
Robinson Jeffers
puppets to speak of him, they splintered in my hand and have cut me, they are heavy with my blood.Rate it:

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From: Preludes for Memnon
Conrad Potter Aiken
voice once now I am still Evil made my right hand strong which now is still Wisdom gave me pride onRate it:

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From: Dedicatory Ode
Hilaire Belloc
I will sit beside the fire, And put my hand before my eyes, And trace, to fill my heart's desire, TRate it:

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Paul Laurence Dunbar
fenced it safely in with grateful toil. No other hand than mine shall pluck this flower, said I, AnRate it:

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Robert Nichols
gushing, fallen head, Lessening pressure of a hand, shrunk, clammed and stony! O sudden spasm, reRate it:

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Futtypore Sicri - The Favourite Residence of the Emperor Ackbar
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
a veil ? I cannot; I think of the victor’s red hand, Which swept its own kindred in blood from the Rate it:

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Galahad, Knight Who Perished
Vachel Lindsay
we bring every maid of the age to one sheltering hand. Ah, they are priceless, the pale and the ivoRate it:

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Garden Francies
Robert Browning
pedants, say I! He who wrote what I hold in my hand, Centuries back was so good as to die, LeavRate it:

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Garden Hosepipe
Nikhil Parekh
fountains of water when compressed subtly by hand, a portable instrument for conveying gallons of Rate it:

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