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A Dogs' View
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
balanced pup, Weak-willed, and too intent on hectic joys, Will learn too soon the way to liquor up Rate it:

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A Forest Scene
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
men, Who ever seek them change, And haste, and hectic, haste again To a goal beyond their range. AnRate it:

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A Wounded Deer—leaps highest
Emily Dickinson
springs! A Cheek is always redder Just where the Hectic stings! Mirth is the Mail of Anguish In whRate it:

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Aims At Happiness
Jane Taylor
child, to bathe his crippled knee ; The hopeless hectic, come to try the seaRate it:

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Almon Keefer
James Whitcomb Riley
he favored those-- If not in poetry, in hectic prose-- That made our native Indian a wild, FeathereRate it:

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Ballade of Summer's Sleep
Archibald Lampman
the woodland lace. In the autumn's cheek is a hectic trace; Behind her the ghost of the winter stanRate it:

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Basil Moss
Henry Kendall
before The drooping form and sad averted eyes Of hectic Hope, that figure far and faint, Had given Rate it:

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Dartmouth Church
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
decay. Her cheek forgot its rose, or only wore A hectic flush, and in her eyes there shone A feveriRate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Tenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
life reach'd ten o'clock: and while a glow, Hectic and brief as summer's day nigh done, O'erspreadsRate it:

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Elegy Written At Hotwells, Bristol
William Lisle Bowles
faded eyes, And o'er their cheek the tender hectic plays. The purple morn that paints with sidelonRate it:

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Evensong
Mathilde Blind
(Holy Trinity Church.) THE hectic autumn's dilatory fire Has turned this lime tree to a sevenfold brand, Which, self consuming, lights the sunle...Rate it:

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Everyday Characters III - The Belle Of The Ball Room
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
just thriteen, Whose color was extremely hectic; Her grandmother, for many a year Had fed the paRate it:

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Fading
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
sun gilds wood and meadow And the fair cheeks, hectic glows and cheats, I know grim death sits veRate it:

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Holy Marriage
Nikhil Parekh
by a discordant burp, Every midnight after a hectic days work; was accompanied by an everlasting Rate it:

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Italian Scenery
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
is in her wane: day's early flush Glows like a hectic on her fading cheek, Wasting its beauty. And Rate it:

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Kilmore
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
to dream of those old days Of hearty men and hectic ways When, maddened by the golden craze, Men soRate it:

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Lament of the Maple Tree
James McIntyre
lays ; For then I know my days are brief, 'Tis hectic flush upon my leaf. True poets, then, should Rate it:

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Lines on his Twenty-Third Birthday
James Thomson
lips of mine; Better, wild drunkenness than hectic drought: And torture breeds new tortures, in Rate it:

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Love Is magic
Nikhil Parekh
tic-tic, Workaholics are monotonously hectic, Mornings are dynamically optimistic, World is fRate it:

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Mogg Megone - Part II.
John Greenleaf Whittier
gives, The brief, bright sign of ruin near, The hectic of a dying year! The hermit priest, who linRate it:

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Ode to the West Wind
Percy Bysshe Shelley
fleeing, Yellow, and black, and pale, and hectic red, Pestilence-stricken multitudes: O thou, Who Rate it:

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Red Rock Camp
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
eyes with a brighter lustre burned, And the hectic flush of the waxen cheek to a deeper carmine turRate it:

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Seeking Solace
Nikhil Parekh
I felt that the pace of life was overwhelmingly hectic; I sought solace in the blissful backdrop ofRate it:

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Spirit Whose Work Is Done
Walt Whitman
keep time; --Spirit of hours I knew, all hectic red one day, but pale as death next dayRate it:

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The Crusaders
Edward George Dyson
When it fairly comes to buttin' into battle's hectic fever, Goin' forward on our wishbones, withRate it:

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