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I Dreamed I Moved Among The Elysian Fields
Edna St. Vincent Millay
and the Swan's featherless bride. All these were mortal women, yet all these Above the ground had hRate it:

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Prince
Mario William Vitale
moon He or is it He ? Takes the figure of a mortal, but the soul of a devil It's the prince Rate it:

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Proem
Giovanni Boccaccio
and three young men in the time of the late mortal pestilence, as also some canzonets Rate it:

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Sonnet III
George Santayana
light of faith to shine By which alone the mortal heart is led Unto the thinking of the thought divRate it:

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Dining-Room Tea
Rupert Brooke
Under a vast and starless sky I saw the immortal moment lie. One Instant I, an instant, knew As Rate it:

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A Dream
James Whitcomb Riley
pleasure, That I drank of it like wine; And my mortal soul engages That no spider on the pages Of tRate it:

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Evolution
Frederick George Scott
goal they move, When thou hast passed from mortal sight; To fashion beings that will prove 95 Rate it:

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O World Of Many Worlds
Wilfred Owen
the millions of the stars Than are the hearts of mortal brothers; As far remote as Neptune from smaRate it:

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Anniversary Poem
John Greenleaf Whittier
stay; The years have never dropped their sand On mortal issue vast and grand As ours to-day. AlreadRate it:

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In The Meadows At Mantua
Arthur Symons
day, one perfect hour, Beholding all things mortal pass Into the quiet of green grass; But to haveRate it:

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Insects
John Clare
folk, in splendid masquerade Disguised, as if of mortal folk afraid, Keeping their joyous pranks a Rate it:

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Ode IX: To Curio
Mark Akenside
power avow'd Whom freedom oft hath found her mortal bane, Whom public Wisdom ever strove to excluRate it:

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The Blind God
Isaac Rosenberg
Streaked with immortal blasphemies, Betwixt His twin eternities The Shaper of mortal destinies Sits in that limbo of dreamless sleep, Some nothing ...Rate it:

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The Last Invocation
Walt Whitman
not impatient, (Strong is your hold, O mortal flesh, Strong is your hold O love.) Rate it:

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The River Maiden
Victor James Daley
plunged below, and nevermore Was seen of mortal— So I, long gazing at the gleam Of fern andRate it:

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To Thomas Butts
William Blake
descend In our Shadows on earth, Like a weak mortal birth. My eyes, more and more, LRate it:

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'Peaceable Expulsion'
Ambrose Bierce
s'pose you let yer bossest eye Camp on my mortal part awhile; then you Jes' toot my sufferin's an' Rate it:

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A 'Mass' Meeting
Ambrose Bierce
It was a solemn rite as e'er Was seen by mortal man. The celebrants, the people there, Were all Republican. There Estee bent his grizzled head, An...Rate it:

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A 'Mute Inglorious Milton'
Ambrose Bierce
the sable waters it seemed to float Like a mortal part of speech. The sea was Oblivion's sea, And IRate it:

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A Canadian Snow Fall
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
the face of wood and field, With skill that no mortal could ever wield; Yet, as it falls, not a murRate it:

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A Canary At The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
is ringin' With the beautifullest singin' That a mortal ever heard! Sahry's sot, tho'--. So I tellRate it:

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A Career
Paul Laurence Dunbar
bird that in its flight Outstrips the range of mortal sight; Free as the mountain streams that gushRate it:

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A Charm
Rudyard Kipling
hand and brain. It shall ease thy mortal strife 'Gainst the immortal woe of life, Till thyself, resRate it:

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A Christmas Carol
Alfred Austin
faint and fainter as more high, Till mortal ear no more may trace The music homeward to the sky. TRate it:

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A Death - Scene
Emily Jane Brontë
his eyes began to weary, Weighed beneath a mortal sleep; And their orbs grew strangely dreary, ClouRate it:

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