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How Thought You That This Thing Could Captivate?
Alfred Lord Tennyson
could make her dear, Who is not worth the notice of a sneer, To rouse the vapid devil of her hRate it:

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I keep my pledge
Emily Dickinson
keep my pledge. I was not called— Death did not notice me. I bring my Rose. I plight again, By everRate it:

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I lost a World - the other day!
Emily Dickinson
its forehead bound. A Rich man—might not notice it— Yet—to my frugal Eye, Of more Esteem than DucaRate it:

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If I may have it, when it's dead
Emily Dickinson
Thee— That this way—thou could'st notice me— I'll tell you how I tried to keep A smile, to show yoRate it:

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Improvisations: Light And Snow: 11
Conrad Potter Aiken
this grief which has come to me, That I did not notice the beautiful pale colouring Of lamplight onRate it:

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In the Stable
Andrew Barton Paterson
once, on the door of my shed, They nailed up a notice that offered a hundred reward for my head! Rate it:

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Introductory 01
Sa di
the court of heaven, God the most high does not notice him, whereon he continues to implore mercy wRate it:

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It's_Got_To Be
James Whitcomb Riley
'When it's _got_ to be,'--like! always say, As I notice the years whiz past, And know each day is a yesterday, When we size it up, at last,-- Same ...Rate it:

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Jim's Girl
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
if 'e don't - well, I dunno. I've taken notice uv this Flo, An' wonder if' - 'e stares at me 'If tRate it:

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Joey’s Job
Edward George Dyson
world's championship. Jo Brown was takin' notice, lurkin' shy be- neath his hat, And every day hRate it:

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Jude
Lola Ridge
palm and offer it to the marble man, he does not notice… he looks into his stone beard. … When you Rate it:

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Just Suppose
Mario William Vitale
beauty up above the things we never take notice of wake up suddenly your in love we tend to push thRate it:

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Leave off the Agony in Style
Julia A Moore
speak of fashion and style of today; If you will notice, kind hearts it will beguile, To keep in faRate it:

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Lines Composed A Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey
William Wordsworth
from among the trees! With some uncertain notice, as might seem Of vagrant dwellers in the houselRate it:

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Lines Written On A Blank Leaf In A Copy Of The Author’s Poem
William Wordsworth
The Death Of The Late Vicar Of Kendal TO public notice, with reluctance strong, Did I deliver thisRate it:

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Lost and Found
Julia A Moore
along on the busy thoroughbare, No one seemed to notice this little one alone; She wandered down BrRate it:

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Lover's Gifts XVI: She Dwelt Here by the Pool
Rabindranath Tagore
carrying crowds to the market; but they never notice this spot by the village road, near the pool wRate it:

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Man
George Herbert
More servants wait on Man, Than he'll take notice of: in ev'ry path He treads down that which dRate it:

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Men and Women
James Kenneth Stephen
her anatomy comprised a waist, I did not notice it: she had a face With eyes and lips adjusted therRate it:

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Metropolitan Nightmare
Stephen Vincent Benet
still clouded, the streets still wet, But nobody noticed so much, except the taxis And the people wRate it:

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Michael: A Pastoral Poem
William Wordsworth
object which you might pass by, Might see and notice not. Beside the brook Appears a straggling hRate it:

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Mr. Dana, of the New York Sun
Eugene Field
we couldn't understand Why he didn't seem to notice that his crony wa'n't on hand; No casual allusiRate it:

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Mugga Mugga
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
will be scathin' When the Mugga mugs discover: 'NOTICE - BATHING NOT ALLOWED.' Wearily, with jar orRate it:

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My Last Duchess
Robert Browning
is my object. Nay, we'll go Together down, sir. Notice Neptune, though, Taming a sea-horse, thoughRate it:

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My Soul Thirsteth for God
William Cowper
For sure of all the plants that share The notice of thy Father's eye, None proves less gratefulRate it:

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