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Carry On
Robert William Service
height Is the man who can fight when he's losing. Carry on! Carry on! Things never were loominRate it:

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Ch 05 On Love And Youth Story 04
Sa di
affection to our sweethearts for fear of losing our lives. Thou who art a slave to thy selRate it:

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Ch 07 On The Effects Of Education Story 02
Sa di
hardships: It is difficult to obey after losing dignity And to bear violence from men Rate it:

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Cliche Came Out of its Cage
Clive Staples Lewis
last, And every man of decent blood is on the losing side. Take as your model the tall women withRate it:

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Comfort
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
-- thus, in sooth, To lose the sense of losing. As a child, Whose song-bird seeks the wood for everRate it:

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Compassionately In love
Nikhil Parekh
was drowned in a reverie; as I plummeted down; losing my stoical composure to blend with the chillRate it:

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Consalvo
Count Giacomo Leopardi
to me this fatal day, Save for the thought of losing thee forever; Alas, forever do I part from theRate it:

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Content and Rich
Robert Southwell
happy chance. To rise by others' fall I deem a losing gain; All states with others' ruin built, ToRate it:

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Crossing The Tropics
Herman Melville
sight The Southern Cross it climbs the sky; But losing thee, my love, my light, O bride but for oneRate it:

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Deliciae Sapientiae de Amore
Coventry Patmore
they for ever follow there that kept, Or, losing, never slept Till they reconquer'd had in mortal fRate it:

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Demos
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Beware, I say, the failure and the shame Of losing that for which you now aspire So blindly, andRate it:

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Do You Bore Yourself
Kurt Philip Behm
hedge your bets, Never going all in For fear of losing the very thing That you haven’t got Do you Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Fourteenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
choosing - The one is winning, and the other losing. Besides, my Muse by no means deals in fictiRate it:

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Dreams Neatly Stacked
Kurt Philip Behm
Never giving it all Never losing it all False wisdom From the voices of drought Emptying my heart With a soul left in parts All promises Vain wish...Rate it:

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Each Time You Lift The Cricket World Cup-We're Proud To Be A True Indian
Nikhil Parekh
us exude into inexhaustible pools of cold sweat—losing our mood for everything else, Each time yoRate it:

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El Extraviado
Alan Seeger
drift of the tinted rack. For the will to be losing no wonder of sunny or starlit skies I have chRate it:

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Equipment
Paul Laurence Dunbar
no hard up striving after glory, Catching and losing, gaining and failing, Raging me back at the woRate it:

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Fear
Nikhil Parekh
existing on this earth pray to God, for fear of losing their lives, starving like the desert camelRate it:

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Fogarty's Gin
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
wind in our shirts, grip of knee, grip of rein, Losing ground, falling back, creeping forward agaiRate it:

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For Hans Carossa
Rainer Maria Rilke
Losing too is still ours; and even forgetting still has a shape in the kindgdom of transformation. When something's let go of, it circles; and thou...Rate it:

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For The Man Who Fails
Paul Laurence Dunbar
the cypress bough. There are gallant men in the losing fight, And as gallant deeds are done As everRate it:

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Fourth Sunday After Easter
John Keble
My Saviour, can it ever be That I should gain by losing Thee? The watchful mother tarries nigh, Though sleep have closed her infant's eye; For shou...Rate it:

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Fragment of Ballad
Sydney Thompson Dobell
even now is all so wholly thine That but by losing thee in me Or me in thee it never can be mine? Rate it:

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From Beyond
Duncan Campbell Scott
in the strife. I suffered there and held a losing fight Even to the grave; And now I know that it Rate it:

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From Citron-Bower
Hilda Doolittle
may calm her heart and cool her blood, for losing of her maidenhood. Rate it:

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