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To a Lady Before Marriage
Thomas Tickell
Oh! form'd by Nature, and refin'd by Art, With charms to win, and sense to fix the heart! By thousands sought, Clotilda, canst thou free Thy cro...Rate it:

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To One Persuading A Lady To Marriage
Katherine Philips
Forbear, bold youth; all 's heaven here, And what you do aver To others courtship may appear, 'Tis sacrilege to her. She is a public deity; And ...Rate it:

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To Songs At the Marriage Of The Lord Fauconberg And The Lady Mary Cromwell
Andrew Marvell
song Fauc1 First. [Chorus. Endymion. Luna.] Chorus. Th' Astrologers own Eyes are set, And even Wolves the She...Rate it:

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Written Shortly After The Marriage Of Miss Chaworth
George Gordon Lord Byron
Hills of Annesley, bleak and barren, Where my thoughtless childhood stray'd, How the northern tempests, warring, Howl above thy tufted shade! Now ...Rate it:

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Into How Many Parts Would You Divide The Child After Divorce?
Nikhil Parekh
divide each other from the bonds of immortal marriage; but into how many insane parts would you divRate it:

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Unmarried
Nikhil Parekh
crescendo of fulfillment; whilst when after Marriage; we felt it to be just routinely boring ritualRate it:

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You May Have Obtained Nama
Narsinh Mehta
is barren like a cradle in a childless home Or a marriage procession without groom! Lord resides Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Third
George Gordon Lord Byron
human frailty, folly, also crime, That love and marriage rarely can combine, Although they both areRate it:

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Young Munro the Sailor
William Topaz McGonagall
make it known to you; And you must come to the marriage, which you musn't gainsay, And dance and reRate it:

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Keeping His First Wife Now
Henry Lawson
IT’S OH! for a rivet in marriage bonds, And a splice in the knot untied— The sanctity of the marriage tie Is growing more sanctified! They’re getti...Rate it:

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Otho The Great - Act III
John Keats
King Gersa to the feast. The Emperor on this marriage is so hot, Pray Heaven it end not in apoplexyRate it:

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Stratton Water
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
bade me not to grieve: You'll look up when our marriage fires Are lit to-morrow eve: “O more than oRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book II. Canto X.
Coventry Patmore
happy skill that they are weak. III Marriage Indissoluble ‘In heaven none marry.’ Grant the most Rate it:

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The Old Man's Calendar
La Fontaine
forgot from which true bliss would rise When marriage for a daughter is designed, The parents solelRate it:

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Taste
Ehsan Sehgal
Girls Before marriage are sweet After marriage are bitter In both situations If they are angry They are sour Unfortunately, They are tasteless ...Rate it:

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A Dramatic Fragment
Charles Lamb
changed; And, when the priest pronounced the marriage blessing, He put a silent prayer up for the bRate it:

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A Vision Of Repentance
Charles Lamb
of Heaven's high king, Bought with his blood the marriage ring. A wretched sinful creature, I Deem'Rate it:

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An Apology To Dr. Clayton, Bishop Of Killala, And His Lady
Mary Barber
longer let Rome her old Argument boast, That by Marriage the End of the Priesthood is lost; That, tRate it:

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An Appeal to Women
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
approaches fast and faster. Save him - and the Marriage Tie! Long ago, when, in the gloaming, HungRate it:

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Annie Marshall the Foundling
William Topaz McGonagall
and gay, As he looked forward for his coming marriage day, Because he knew that Annie Marshall coulRate it:

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Anti-Thelyphthora. A Tale In Verse
William Cowper
lewd incontinence, and lawless rape, Are marriage in its true and proper shape; That man by faith aRate it:

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Epilogue - To the Tragedy of Cleone
William Shenstone
times are past-yet sure they merit praise, For marriage triumph'd in those golden days; By chaste dRate it:

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Ginevra
Percy Bysshe Shelley
air, with jangling tone, The music of the merry marriage-bells, Killing the azure silence, sinks anRate it:

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In Memoriam 131: O Living Will That Shalt Endure
Alfred Lord Tennyson
and tried, so well and long, Demand not thou a marriage lay; In that it is thy marriage day Is musiRate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 131. O living will that shalt endure
Alfred Lord Tennyson
so well and long, Demand not thou a marriage lay; In that it is thy marriage day IRate it:

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