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1897
Christopher John Brennan
there, steep'd in strength of glacier springs, renew the lucid body of youth, there I alone may Rate it:

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4th July 1882, Malines. Midnight
James Kenneth Stephen
in the murky middle of the night, Designing to renew the foul pursuits In which thy life is passed,Rate it:

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60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
anew that love will spring forth and again renew with every joining of two loving souls again willRate it:

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A Ballad Of Fair Ladies In Revolt
George Meredith
is lit; Wherefore this vain and outworn strife renew, Which stays the tide no more than eddy-rings?Rate it:

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A Bridal Song
Percy Bysshe Shelley
swift Hour, and thy flight Oft renew. II. Fairies, sprites, and angels, keep her! Holy stars, perRate it:

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A Confession To A Friend in Trouble
Thomas Hardy
to learn Your griefs, and, sharing them, renew my pain.... It goes, like murky bird or bRate it:

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A Dialogue between Old England and New
Anne Bradstreet
lose rule and life, 66 Nor no Lancastrians to renew old strife; 67 No Crook-backt Tyrant now usRate it:

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A Divine Rapture
Francis Quarles
we both became entire; No need for either to renew a suit, For I was flax, and He was flames oRate it:

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A Letter Sent To Mrs. Barber
Mary Barber
Course begun? Never shall I my fleeting Time renew? Must it all perish in one transient View? I wisRate it:

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A Lifted Finger
Ambrose Bierce
course if you Dare to maintain, or rather to renew; If one short year's immunity has made You blinkRate it:

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A Lonely Man's Dream
Mario William Vitale
for someone else's gain A song that could renew some trust and faith To a heart one time toRate it:

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A Lover Since Childhood
Robert Graves
you, Starved for a word or a look will my hope renew: give then a thought for me Walking so miseraRate it:

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A Melody Unsung
Kurt Philip Behm
acclaim Can you see through the fire and renew all that’s burned Can you look past the signpostRate it:

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A Melody Unsung
Kurt Philip Behm
acclaim Can you see through the fire and renew all that’s burnt Can you look past the signpostsRate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XL
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
calm eternal of Man's birth And like an eagle to renew his days. Give me your blessing, angels, ereRate it:

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A Nocturnal Reverie
Anne Kingsmill Finch
again; Our Cares, our Toils, our Clamours are renew'd, Or Pleasures, seldom reach'd, again pursu'dRate it:

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A Nocturnal Upon St. Lucy's Day, Being The Shortest Day
John Donne
must be here. But I am none; nor will my sun renew. You lovers, for whose sake the lesser suRate it:

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A Parody Of Glass
Mario William Vitale
we often will bask into the trash..., a gift to renew; in borrowed basement pews insde we often wiRate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book II
Edward Young
circling, on a bough descend. The body thus renew'd, the conscious soul, Which has perhaps been flRate it:

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A Receipt To Restore Stella’s Youth. 1724-5
Jonathan Swift
and evening's dew Again the verdant glebe renew; And, as the vegetables rise, The famish'd cow her Rate it:

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A Requiem
Herman Melville
dawn, The robins blithe their orchard-sports renew; And meadow-larks, no more withdrawn Caroling flRate it:

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A Student's Evening Hymn
James Clerk Maxwell
the same expanse ascending, Thus renew my evening hymn. III. Thou that fill’st our waiting eyes WRate it:

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A Suplication For The Joys Of Heaven
Anne Kingsmill Finch
is meat Heal'd by the first and by the last renew'd With all perfections be my Soul endued My form Rate it:

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A Touching Ceremony
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
is standing, By this holy scene enticed, To renew the golden bridal Of this faithful spouse of ChriRate it:

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A Translation Of The CIV. Psalm To The Original Sense
Sir Henry Wotton
their breath discharge. Again, when thou of life renew'st the seeds, The withered fields revest theRate it:

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