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Burning Leaves in Spring
Christopher Morley
young hereditaty leaves They see their happy life-in-death. My minutes perish as they glow- TimeRate it:

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Bury Me alive
Nikhil Parekh
summit of the colossal mountain like a chunk of lifeless matchstick, Even before you could make Rate it:

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But for the Grace of God
Edwin Arlington Robinson
he is, And not with me? The hours that are my life are mine, not his,— Or used to be. What numeRate it:

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But Not without!
Nikhil Parekh
to the cause of spawning gregariously new life; even after mockingly mortifying and absolute death.Rate it:

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But One
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
the winds know Which makes it garden's queen. Life's perfect June, love's red, red rose, Have burneRate it:

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But Only To Irrefutably Ensure
Nikhil Parekh
to poison any morsel of indispensably priceless life; on this endlessly proliferating Universe; oncRate it:

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But Remember
Nikhil Parekh
heart; allowing every devilishly monotonous life to share your tributaries of selfless love, YouRate it:

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But Remember O! Mate
Nikhil Parekh
embraced till the very last breath of your life; there were the greatest of God's saluting you; theRate it:

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But What's The Use
Henry Lawson
crows at sunrise flopping round Where some poor life has run down; The pair of emus trotting from TRate it:

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But Wise Men Perceive Approaching Things
Constantine P. Cavafy
men perceive approaching things. Philostratus, Life of Apollonius of Tyana, VIII, 7. Men know whaRate it:

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But Yet I Surrendered
Nikhil Parekh
failed to asphyxiate me; as I radiantly proliferated into a river of sensuously enamoring happinessRate it:

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But You Would Still Fail
Nikhil Parekh
my corpse, You could make every step of my life more tyrannical than infinite hell's combined togRate it:

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Butterflies
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
O child of Joy! What idle life is thine! Thou, in these meadows, while thy skies are blue, And while thy joys are new to thee like wine, Chasest ma...Rate it:

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Butterfly and Poet
Ehsan Sehgal
watch, observe It is the nature of it It is its life.Rate it:

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By A Child's Bed
Duncan Campbell Scott
She breathèd deep, And stepped from out life's stream Upon the shore of sleep; And parted from the earthly noise, Leaving her world of toys, To dwe...Rate it:

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By a Norfolk Broad
Ada Cambridge
air and stream are rife with latent energies of life. Silent the otter where he prowls, the glidinRate it:

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By an Evolutionist
Alfred Lord Tennyson
at last, As he stands on the heights of his life with a glimpse of a height that is higher. Rate it:

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By Faith With Thanksgiving
Edith Nesbit
that clung and lips that kissed, Has turned life's common bread and wine Into the Holy Eucharist.Rate it:

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By Morning Twilight
George Meredith
piping. And O, my love, my darling! The night is life ebb'd away: Away beyond our reach! A sea thatRate it:

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By Now So Sick Of Waiting
Gaspara Stampa
knife whose chilly touch defines the edge of life, so hard the need that grows within my breast. Rate it:

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By That Smile Which Made Me Blest
Lady Caroline Lamb
kinder hope forsaking, Bereft of all that made life dear My health impaired, my spirit breaking, YeRate it:

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By The Bivouac's Fitful Flame
Walt Whitman
thoughts, O tender and wondrous thoughts, Of life and death--of home and the past and loved, andRate it:

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By the Camp Fire
Ada Cambridge
so dimly what is true! O Art! O Science! O great Life! I grasp thee by so faint a clue! No more of Rate it:

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By the Cliffs of the Sea
Henry Kendall
the sea. To the high, the heroic intent Of a life that was never at rest, He held, with a courageRate it:

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By the Hoof of the Wild Goat
Rudyard Kipling
Cliff and the Tarn, But the Stone Knows only her life is accursed As she sinks from the light of thRate it:

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