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Mourning and Longing
William Cowper
hides His face; My spirit thirsts to prove Renew'd supplies of pardoning grace, And never-fadingRate it:

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Napoleon
George Meredith
upstart: The trumpet word to awake, transform, renew; The arbiter of circumstance; High above limitRate it:

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Narcissus
Rainer Maria Rilke
Under the dwindling surface, does it hope to renew a center? Rate it:

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New Move
Donka Kristeva
new freedom, those who tune into its move will renew their vision they will mount and soar on the Rate it:

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Night Comes Creeping
Rose Terry Cooke
sunshine of tomorrow Glow and sweetness shall renew. I have trod a weary measure, Fairy-tales no Rate it:

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Now Art Has Lost Its Mental Charms
William Blake
at my birth; Then said `Descend thou upon earth, Renew the Arts on Britain's shore, And France shalRate it:

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O Me! O Life!
Walt Whitman
the objects mean--of the struggle ever renew'd; Of the poor results of all--of the plodRate it:

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O were my Love yon Lilac fair
Robert Burns
on wanton wing When youthfu' May its bloom renew'd. O gin my Love were yon red rose That Rate it:

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O, Were My Love
Robert Burns
on wanton wing When youthfu May its bloom renew'd. O, gin my love were yon red rose, ThaRate it:

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O, Were My Love Yon Lilac Fair
Robert Burns
sing on wanton wing When youthfu May its bloom renew'd. O, gin my love were yon red rose, That groRate it:

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Ode
John Dryden
such vulgar miracles Heav'n had not leisure to renew: For all the blest fraternity of love SolemnizRate it:

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Ode (From The French)
George Gordon Lord Byron
when swords subdued­ Man may die - the soul's renew'd: Even in this low world of care Freedom ne'erRate it:

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Ode to the Sublime Porte
Thomas Moore
her head From the watery bottom, her clack to renew -- As a clog, as a sinker, far better than leadRate it:

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Ode XIV: To The Honourable Charles Townshend: From The Country
Mark Akenside
flowers. VI. Such rites, which they with spring renew, The eyes of care can never view; And care hRate it:

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Of Death & Resurrection
William Strode
winde is turn'd, the flame reviv'd, The newes renew'd, and man new liv'd. Rate it:

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Olney Hymn 26: On Opening A Place For Social Prayer
William Cowper
of Thy chosen few! Thy former mercies here renew; Her to our waiting hearts proclaim The sweetneRate it:

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Olney Hymn 41: Mourning And Longing
William Cowper
hides His face; My spirit thirsts to prove Renew'd supplies of pardoning grace, And never-fadingRate it:

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Olney Hymn 9: The Contrite Heart
William Cowper
strive for more; But when I cry, 'My strength renew!' Seem weaker than before. Thy saints are cRate it:

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On A Country Life
James Thomson
Which does the strength of drooping beasts renew. And as the country rings with pleasant sounds, Rate it:

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On Dante's Monument, 1818
Count Giacomo Leopardi
their sires Could in the cold and sluggish sons Renew once more the ancient fires, That they might Rate it:

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On Happiness
James Thomson
towering hopes are mock'd. Then it emerges, he renews his toil, And o'er and o'er again he gets tRate it:

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On Mr. Howard's Account Of Lazarettos
William Lisle Bowles
spring;-- Thou canst not bid the rose of health renew Upon his wasted cheek its crimson hue; But aRate it:

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On my Sister Joanna's Entrance into Her 33rd Year
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
face Denote a healthy undegenerate race: In them renew'd, you'll live and live again, And children'Rate it:

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On the Bill Which Was Passed in England For Regulating the Slave-Trade
Helen Maria Williams
to green hills where freedom roves, And minds renew their former loves; Or, hov'ring in the troubleRate it:

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On the Prospect of Peace
Thomas Tickell
smoking on the ground: In vain with powers renew'd he fill'd the plain, Made timorous vows, and bRate it:

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