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Merlin II
Ralph Waldo Emerson
brides; Eldest rite, two married sides In every mortal meet. Light's far furnace shines, Smelting bRate it:

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Merope
Henry Kendall
other ere Merope faltered and fell for a man? Mortal she clave to, forgetting her birthright, forgeRate it:

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Mesalliance
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
'Be kind, I pray; For the soul is not of thy mortal clay, But is formed in spirit fashion.' And Rate it:

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Microcosmography
John Le Gay Brereton
ancient woods by dryad singing stirred, To mortal ears how thin and far away. With what gross laughRate it:

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Middle-Age Enthusiasms
Thomas Hardy
here!"... "Words!" mused we. "Passed the mortal door, Our thoughts will reach this nook nRate it:

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Midnight
Ada Cambridge
brink And cry for light in vain! 11. Poor mortal wanderers in immortal realms, For whom no staff Rate it:

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Milton: The Sky is an Immortal Tent Built by the Sons of Los
William Blake
The sky is an immortal tent built by the Sons of Los: And every space that a man views around his dwelling-place Standing on his own roo...Rate it:

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Mira's Will
Mary Leapor
rich in Sun-dry'd Weeds, The Politician, whom no Mortal heeds, The silent Lawyer, chamber'd all theRate it:

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Modern Love XXIX: Am I Failing
George Meredith
I cannot be at peace In having Love upon a' mortal lease. I cannot take the woman at her worth! Rate it:

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Mogg Megone - Part II.
John Greenleaf Whittier
soars away Unto a brighter world than this: A mortal's glimpse beyond the pale, - A moment's liftinRate it:

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Moments of Vision
Thomas Hardy
the world is awake? That mirror Can test each mortal when unaware; Yea, that strange mirror MayRate it:

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Mona Lisa
Edith Wharton
Yon strange blue city crowns a scarped steep No mortal foot hath bloodlessly essayed: Dreams and illusions beacon from its keep. But at the gate an...Rate it:

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Monadnock through the Trees
Edwin Arlington Robinson
sight than heretofore That we have done our mortal best and worst,— Your calm will be the same asRate it:

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Monday In Whitsun-Week
John Keble
There is an oath on high: That ne'er on brow of mortal birth Shall blend again the crowns of earthRate it:

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Monody, Written At Matlock
William Lisle Bowles
sighing drops his lute: So sad decay and mortal change succeeds, And o'er the silent scene Time, liRate it:

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Mont Brevent
George Santayana
far from all that dies, And beauty where no mortal maketh moan, Where larger planets swim the liqRate it:

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Moon-Lover
Robert William Service
seal a bond between us two, Closer than mortal ever knew; For as mute masses I intone The Moon is mRate it:

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Morning in the Bush
Henry Kendall
least infection borrows, But stayeth out her mortal life — Though in that lifetime lonely — With ViRate it:

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Mortality
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
an equal patience sweet We should put off this mortal gear, In whatsoe'er new form is meet ConRate it:

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Mortality
Eugene Field
lies not in the ken Of us who are, O Nicias, mortal men! Rate it:

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Mother Mind
Julia Ward Howe
children of my soul I keep Where scarce a mortal man may see, Yet not unconsecrate, dear friendRate it:

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Mould and Vase [GREEK POTTERY OF AREZZO.]
Edith Wharton
the wild round and bade the dancers rest - The mortal lip on the immortal pressed One instant, ere Rate it:

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Mountains
Henry Kendall
behind this mountain land. 'Lovely Being, can a mortal, weary of this changeless scene, Cross thesRate it:

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Mr. Clay’s Reception At Raleigh, April, 1844
George Moses Horton
lamp tumbler blaze, To give the Hero praise! Immortal Clay, The cause is to pourtray! Your tuneRate it:

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Mrs. Benjamin Painter
Edgar Lee Masters
common thing; "Oh, why should the spirit of mortal be proud?" And then, suppose: You are a womanRate it:

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