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Honours - Part1
Jean Ingelow
like sapphire mist; Or hang or droop along the heavenly ways, Like scarves of amethyst. 'O strangeRate it:

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Hooded Night
Robinson Jeffers
huddles the world with a fog; no stars Dance in heaven; no ship's light glances. I see the heavy grRate it:

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Hope
Kurt Philip Behm
Detour to heaven, back road to joy Change of direction —hope redeployed (Villanova Pennsylvania: May, 2019)Rate it:

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Hope
Joseph Addison
each flower that on the border grows, And a new heaven in it's fair bosom shows. Rate it:

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Hope
Emily Jane Brontë
pain, Stretched her wings, and soared to heaven, Went, and ne'er returned again! Rate it:

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Hope
Joseph Rodman Drake
and storm Upon a dark and moonless sea. When heaven is all serene and fair, Full many a brightRate it:

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Hope Dieth: Hope Liveth
William Morris
breadth thou shalt move The living Earth, the heaven above By all the bitterness of love! Weep and Rate it:

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Hope Is Not For The Wise
Robinson Jeffers
utterly, Oh perfect loveliness of earth and heaven. Rate it:

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Hope, An Allegorical Sketch
William Lisle Bowles
me stretched; the clouds that overcast Heaven's melancholy vault hurried away, Driven seaward, and Rate it:

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Hope, Like The Short-lived Ray That Gleams Awhile
William Cowper
subsists but to prolong my pain. Oh, then, kind Heaven, be this my latest breath! Here end my lifeRate it:

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Horace I, 22.
Eugene Field
graces; And, while I sing my theme shall bring Heaven to those desert places! Rate it:

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Horace, Book I. Ode IX.
William Cowper
seasonable mirth. This be our part -- let Heaven dispose the rest; If Jove command, the winds shalRate it:

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Horace, Book II. Ode XVI.
William Cowper
robe magnificent displays. One me indulgent Heaven bestow'd A rural mansion, neat and small; This Rate it:

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Horace. Book II. Ode X.
William Cowper
forth, And nature laughs again. What if thine heaven be overcast, The dark appearance will not lasRate it:

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Hour-Glass And Bible
William Lisle Bowles
hears, And by his guiding hand thy steps to heaven are led! Rate it:

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Houses
Joyce Kilmer
you what to do. And when night comes down on Heaven-town (If there should be night up there) You Rate it:

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How a Little Girl Danced
Vachel Lindsay
the true Godhead, Who bends o'er a brazier in Heaven's clear plain. I know a dancer, I know a danceRate it:

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How Blest the Righteous When He Dies!
Anna Laetitia Barbauld
from its load the spirit flies; While heaven and earth combine to say, How blest the righteous whenRate it:

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How Can I Keep From Singing?
Robert Wadsworth Lowry
to that refuge clinging; Since Christ is Lord of heaven and earth, How can I keep from singing? I Rate it:

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How Grey The World Was
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
was Just yesterday! To--day, this room, dear Heaven, What laughters fill it! what light footsteps pRate it:

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How In All Wonder...
Arthur Hugh Clough
same, For them that after came, But, in great Heaven's name, How he should ever think That on tRate it:

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How Soon Hath Time
John Milton
Toward which Time leads me, and the will of Heaven; All is, if I have grace to use it so, As eveRate it:

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How wild the sea is
Matsuo Basho
the sea is, and over Sado Island, the River of Heaven Rate it:

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Human Frailty
William Cowper
reach the distant coast; The breath of Heaven must swell the sail, Or all the toil is lost. Rate it:

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Human Life’s Mystery
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
so, they draw above Our common thoughts to Heaven’s unknown, Our daily joy and pain advance Rate it:

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