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If You Nodded Yes
Nikhil Parekh
transcend the boundaries of infinite infinity; pluck your unfathomable repertoire of benign desiresRate it:

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Imagination
Nikhil Parekh
the path to a loosened character, When I pluck it; it gives a shrill resounding noise, Leading toRate it:

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Imitations of Horace: The First Epistle of the Second Book
Alexander Pope
by the rule that made the horsetail bare, I pluck out year by year, as hair by hair, And meltRate it:

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Imogen
Sir Henry Newbolt
measure, Youth is a lilt that endeth soon; Pluck ye never so fast at pleasure Twilight follows the Rate it:

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In Memory of Edward Butler
Henry Kendall
tender rose of song is here That I may pluck and send Across the hills and seas austere To my lamenRate it:

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In the End
Sara Teasdale
pain, We shall take them as lightly as girls Pluck flowers after rain. And when they are ours in tRate it:

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In The Garden VI: A Peach
Edward Dowden
Keep the wasps from me! but before I fall Pluck me, white fingers, and o'er two ripe-red Girl liRate it:

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In The Orchard
Algernon Charles Swinburne
slay me now; nay, for I will be slain; Pluck thy red pleasure from the teeth of pain, Break down thRate it:

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In Utrumque Paratus
Adam Lindsay Gordon
against the ropes you're driven. Mere pluck, though not in the least sublime, Is wiser than blankRate it:

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Introduction to the Songs of Innocence
William Blake
read.' So he vanish'd from my sight; And I pluck'd a hollow reed, And I made a rural pen, Rate it:

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Introduction: Rose of Spadgers
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
in weeds; an' 'struth! I like their pluck. Don't make no error. I ain't givin' Rose The 'igh-breRate it:

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It Was Not In The Winter
Thomas Hood
lot was cast; It was the Time of Roses,— We plucked them as we passed! That churlish season neveRate it:

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It's Grand
Andrew Barton Paterson
to be a shearer Along the Darling-side, And pluck the wool from stinking sheep That some days siRate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 04 - part 04
Torquato Tasso
restless waited I, maid, What hand should first pluck up my springing flower, Even as the wretch coRate it:

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John Brown
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Of what it is that they are not to see, To pluck me as an unripe fruit of treason, And then to fRate it:

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Juliet's Soliloquy
William Shakespeare
madly play with my forefathers' joints? And pluck the mangled Tybalt from his shroud? And, in this Rate it:

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Kiama
Henry Kendall
spirit hand has been abroad -- An evil hand to pluck the flowers -- A world of wealth, And bloomRate it:

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Kingsborough
Henry Kendall
to the last of it game— A marvel of muscle and pluck! But the foot of the Sappho is there, And KingRate it:

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Lament
Arthur Henry Adams
hopes that may not be. How thy hands would pluck my breast! I have felt them o'er and o'er, Rate it:

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Leudeman's-on-the-River
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
measure-- From Leudeman's-on-the-River. We'll pluck two leaves, dear friend, to-day. The green, Rate it:

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Light Love
Christina Georgina Rossetti
but wilt thou find? Change new again for new; Pluck up, enjoy—yea, trample too. 'Alas for her, poRate it:

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Locksley Hall
Alfred Lord Tennyson
that which bears but bitter fruit? I will pluck it from my bosom, tho' my heart be at the root. Rate it:

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London - in Imitation of the Third Satire of Juvenal
Samuel Johnson
forbear, though Britain's court he sing To pluck a titled poet's borrowed wing; A statesman's logicRate it:

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Louse Hunting
Isaac Rosenberg
arms on the wall. See gargantuan hooked fingers Pluck in supreme flesh To smutch supreme littlenessRate it:

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Love and Honor
William Shenstone
gentle toils intent, A train of busy Loves; some pluck the flower, Some twine the garland, some witRate it:

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