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Fulfillment
Paul Laurence Dunbar
grateful toil. No other hand than mine shall pluck this flower, said I, And I was jealous of the beRate it:

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Fæsulan Idyl
Walter Savage Landor
their kindred in their native place. I never pluck the rose; the violet's head Hath shaken with my Rate it:

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Give Me Holly
Christina Georgina Rossetti
bold and jolly, Honest, prickly, shining holly; Pluck me holly leaf and berry For the day when I maRate it:

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Hard Weather
George Meredith
source: Contention is the vital force, Whence pluck they brain, her prize of gifts, Sky of the sensRate it:

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Honours - Part1
Jean Ingelow
things ARE to feel. ' 'Tis yours, not mine, to pluck out of your breast Some human truth, whosRate it:

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How Do You Tackle Your Work
Franklin P. Adams
the work to do, But you must provide the pluck. You can do whatever you think you can, It's all Rate it:

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How the Chiefs demanded from Shirwi the Death of Khusrau Parwiz
Hakim Abu'l-Qasim Ferdowsi Tusi Firdowsi
to murder him By stealth, but none possessed the pluck or courage To shed the blood of such a king Rate it:

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How the Melbourne Cup was Won
Henry Kendall
the back of the course — A demon of muscle and pluck — Flashed onward the favourite horse, With hisRate it:

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Hymn 16 Part 2
Isaac Watts
shall we drink full draughts of bliss, And pluck new life from heav'nly trees: Yet now and then, deRate it:

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Hyperion. Book III
John Keats
the young day when first thy infant hand Pluck'd witless the weak flowers, till thine arm Could benRate it:

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I Always Lost
Ehsan Sehgal
suffered Lots of pain As people leave As they pluck flowers From the garden I have still some life Rate it:

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I Stood Tip-Toe Upon A Little Hill
John Keats
to my vision started; So I straightway began to pluck a posey Of luxuries bright, milky, soft andRate it:

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I've known a Heaven, like a Tent
Emily Dickinson
Heaven, like a Tent— To wrap its shining Yards— Pluck up its stakes, and disappear— Without the souRate it:

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If By Chance Your Eye Offend You
Alfred Edward Housman
If by chance your eye offend you, Pluck it out, lad, and be sound: 'Twill hurt, but here are salves to friend you, And many a balsam grows on gr...Rate it:

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If Mary Had Known
Lucy Maud Montgomery
without him must break; Had she known they would pluck forth death's sting And set open the door OfRate it:

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If Stars Dropped Out Of Heaven
Christina Georgina Rossetti
face. Winged angels might fly down to us To pluck the stars, Be we could only long for flowers Rate it:

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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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