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Fulfilment
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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Garrison
Amos Bronson Alcott
pen The patriot Lincoln snatched with steady hand, Writing his name and thine on parchment whiteRate it:

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Garrison
John Greenleaf Whittier
their plea, Be thine a voice to smite the lie, A hand to set the captive free! Rate it:

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Gateway To Eternity
Kurt Philip Behm
oblivion Keep the magic of the instant close at hand And the gateway to eternity —will remain opRate it:

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Gathering Song of Donald the Black
Sir Walter Scott
wears one, Come every steel blade, and Strong hand that bears one. Leave untended the herd, ThRate it:

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Gebir
Walter Savage Landor
royal knees Bend suppliant, or defenceless hands engage Men of gigantic force, gigantic arms? For 'Rate it:

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Gehazi
Rudyard Kipling
done; well done, Gehazi! Stretch forth thy ready hand, Thou barely 'scaped from judgment, Take oathRate it:

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Gemini And Virgo
Charles Stuart Calverley
snorted like a horse: His feet were large, his hands were pimply, His manner, when excited, coarse:Rate it:

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General Gordon, the Hero of Khartoum
William Topaz McGonagall
he defended himself nobly with axe and sword in hand, But, alas! he was soon overpowered by that saRate it:

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Genesis
Algernon Charles Swinburne
darkness that time knew not of, Nor God laid hand on, nor was man found there, Ceased, and was clRate it:

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Genesis [God said, 'Let there be Crime,' and the command]
Ambrose Bierce
command Brought Satan, leading Stoneman by the hand. 'Why, that's Stupidity, not Crime,' said God 'Rate it:

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Genevieve
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
sinking low the suff'rer wan Beholds no hand outstretched to save, Fair, as the bosom of the swan TRate it:

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Genius in Beauty
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
or of Dante's heart sublime, -- Not Michael's hand furrowing the zones of time, -- Is more with cRate it:

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George Mullen's Confession
James Whitcomb Riley
like a steel trap, and the fingers of my right Hand pained me with their pressure--all the rest's aRate it:

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Georgine Sand Miner
Edgar Lee Masters
its fangs. My Lesbian friend next took a hand. She hated Daniel's sister. And Daniel despised her mRate it:

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Geraint And Enid
Alfred Lord Tennyson
even to slaying me, Far liefer by his dear hand had I die, Than that my lord should suffer loss oRate it:

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Germs
Walt Whitman
or anywhere, stand provided for in a handful of space, which I extend my arm and Rate it:

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Get Work
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
decked. While his praises sounded high on ev'ry hand. And the chieftain bade his artists in crude pRate it:

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Gettin Back
Henry Lawson
home, down here at Nevermind, The small hand 'separator' is the only change I find, And there's a gRate it:

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GHASTLY WAR COULD ONLY WIN
Nikhil Parekh
who were left to salaciously crawl on a single hand and foot for the remainder of their lives; indRate it:

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Ghost
Walter de la Mare
of the stars. In gloom groped a hope-wearied hand Over keys, bolts, and bars. A face peered. AlRate it:

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