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Black Lizzie
Henry Kendall
novel to your life; And, sans the feast and marriage ring, You make a good impromptu wife. This hRate it:

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James Whitcomb Riley
and, If you 'll believe me, asked her hand In marriage, though the girl was blind As I am--and the Rate it:

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Braid the Raven Hair
William Schwenck Gilbert
little heart, Colour, come and go! Modesty at marriage tide Well becomes a pretty bride! Rate it:

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Broken Song
Rabindranath Tagore
do we hear a rustling in the leaves. Only from a marriage of two forces does music arise in the worRate it:

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Brother Of All, With Genesrous Hand
Walt Whitman
sun, and tinged for once with joy, Marriage, the street, the factory, farm, the house-rRate it:

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Cadenus And Vanessa
Jonathan Swift
divine, Now love is dwindled to intrigue, And marriage grown a money-league. Which crimes aforesaidRate it:

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Cadmus and Harmonia
Matthew Arnold
and woman; yet of old The Gods had to their marriage come, And at the banquet all the MusesRate it:

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William Ernest Henley
it was his sweetheart. They were on the eve of marriage. She was quiet as a statue, But her lip wasRate it:

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Robert William Service
they were far from strong, And children of their marriage bed Might not live overlong. And yeRate it:

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Certain Maxims of Hafiz
Rudyard Kipling
wise will abstain from the terrible thorn-bit of Marriage. XII. As the thriless gold of the babulRate it:

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Ch 06 On Weakness And Old Age Story 02
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lady’s uddat had terminated, she was given in marriage to a young man who was violent, ill-humouredRate it:

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Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: A Romaunt. Canto IV.
George Gordon Lord Byron
spouseless Adriatic mourns her lord; And annual marriage now no more renew'd, The Bucentaur lies Rate it:

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Conclusion Of A Letter To The Rev. Mr. C---.
Mary Barber
blest in your Children and Wife: So you, in your Marriage, shall gain its true End; And find, in yoRate it:

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Consolatorium, Ad Parentes
William Strode
you was some fewe years boarde; After hir marriage: now shee's gone Home, royally attended on: And Rate it:

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Corn Grinders
Sarojini Naidu
want of famished years, And crown with love my marriage-bed? My soul burns with the quenchless fiRate it:

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Cruelty and Love
David Herbert Lawrence
at the low-built shed Where hangs the swallow's marriage bed. The bird lies warm against the wallRate it:

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Damages, Two Hundred Pounds
William Makepeace Thackeray
seen her daughter cry But a fortnight after marriage: early times for piping eye. Six months after,Rate it:

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Damnation Defined
Kurt Philip Behm
Purity weds corruption, a marriage unrhymed An Angel having fallen —damnation defined (Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2014)Rate it:

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Dance Figure
Ezra Pound
For the Marriage in Cana of Galilee Dark-eyed, O woman of my dreams, Ivory sandalled, There is none like thee among the dancers, None with swi...Rate it:

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Dedication for a Plot of Ground
William Carlos Williams
the two boys of the oldest son by the second marriage mothered them -- they being motherless -- Rate it:

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Deliciae Sapientiae de Amore
Coventry Patmore
portals, and behold The dainty and unsating Marriage-Feast. O, hear Them singing clear 'Cor meum etRate it:

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Rudyard Kipling
Simla in the Prehistoric Days. By reason of her marriage to a gentleman in power, Delilah was acquRate it:

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Destined To Be Dead . When God wants .
Nikhil Parekh
so wondrously enlightened on solemnization of marriage- would lead a life further of unhindered joyRate it:

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Dialogue Between a Sovereign and a One-Pound Note
Thomas Moore
fetter; "For better or for worse" Is the usual marriage curse, But ours is all "worse" and no "bettRate it:

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Do You Think That I Do Not Know?
Henry Lawson
to me Shall go wherever I go. She lives in the Marriage that Might Have Been Do you think that IRate it:

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