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A Spiritual Manifestation
John Greenleaf Whittier
grace, as saith Sir Thomas More, To him must needs be given Who heareth heresy and leaves The heretRate it:

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A Square Deal
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
life, A dinkum deal for kids an' wife: A man needs nothin' less... Maybe they'll get it when I go TRate it:

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A Tennyson Fragment
Robert Fuller Murray
fain would purchase flake, if that could be; I needs must purchase plug, ah, woe is me! Plug and a Rate it:

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A Utilitarian View Of The Monitor's Fight
Herman Melville
to victory without the gaud Of glory; zeal that needs no fans Of banners; plain mechanic power PlieRate it:

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A Wedding-Song
John White Chadwick
be an offering Meet for such gladness as hers needs must be, What time she goes to don her bridal rRate it:

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A Woman’s Sonnets: VI
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
presence only I find rest. To thee alone naught needs to be confessed. Rate it:

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A Woman’s Sonnets: VIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
upon a losing game, Knowing the nature and the needs of men, And knowing too how quickly pride is sRate it:

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A Word
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
choke. The breaking of the girths of gold, the needs that creep and swell, The strengthening hope,Rate it:

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A Working Party
Siegfried Sassoon
must be carried back, a jolting lump Beyond all needs of tenderness and care. He was a young man Rate it:

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A Worldly Death-Bed
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
with carmine bright That sunken cheek—alas! she needs No borrowed bloom to-night. The masses of hRate it:

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Adam's Curse
William Butler Yeats
there is no fine thing Since Adam's fall but needs much labouring. There have been lovers who thougRate it:

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Advice To My Best Brother, Coll: Francis Lovelace.
Richard Lovelace
cot and wrongs entail'd upon't; He richly needs a pallace for to breed Vipers and moths, that on thRate it:

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Aechdeacon Barbour
John Greenleaf Whittier
mourns. Suffice it, that we know What needs must ripen from the seed we sow; That present time is bRate it:

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Aeolian Harp, The
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
lover, It pours such sweet upbraiding, as must needs Tempt to repeat the wrong ! And now, its strinRate it:

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Afar Off
Ada Cambridge
of the idle, But nurse and handmaid to all human needs; Great Nature, curbed no more with bit and bRate it:

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Aforetime
Thomas Sturge Moore
and next As mothers need their sons' love she needs mine. Longings to utter fond compassionate sounRate it:

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After Life
Anthony Parker
in a single square I'm a machine that needs to be a lean diet Treat you like a queen even myRate it:

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After-Strain
Francis Thompson
austerity, Wipe thou the blood from wounds that needs must gape. 'Lo, though suns rise and set, buRate it:

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Afterwards
Duncan Campbell Scott
war unwonted here: Her spirit sought her clearer needs, An Empyrean atmosphere. At hush of eve we Rate it:

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All Blest Are They
Sant Tukaram
home,to serve mankind; Who slight their person's needs ( it is not myth) Whose hearts are broad ; WRate it:

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All Things Can Tempt Me
William Butler Yeats
it was a woman's face, or worse -- The seeming needs of my fool-driven land; Now nothing but comes Rate it:

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An Account Of The Greatest English Poets
Joseph Addison
Since, dearest Harry, you will needs request A short account of all the Muse possest, That, down from Chaucer's days to Dryden's Times, Have spent ...Rate it:

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An Acknowledgment
Henry King
My best of friends! what needs a chain to tie One by your merit bound a Votarie? Think you I have some plot upon my peace, I would this bondage ...Rate it:

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An Anniversary
Ada Cambridge
surrounds, such beauty lies On our most common needs, As silver hoar-frost glorifies The wayside stRate it:

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An Apology Written For My Son To The Reverend Mr. Sampson,
Mary Barber
cry'd, ``They can't be thine: (Alas! there needs but little Care In Sons, to please a Mother's Ear)Rate it:

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