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An Anatomy Of The World...
John Donne
When that rich soul which to her heaven is gone, Whom all do celebrate, who know they have one (For who is sure he hath a soul, unless ...Rate it:

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Nothing In This World
Nikhil Parekh
Nothing in this world can substitute the Sun; its fiery rays wholesomely sizzling cloistered portions of Earth, Man tried hard to invent electric...Rate it:

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The World's All Right
Robert William Service
Be honest, kindly, simple, true; Seek good in all, scorn but pretence; Whatever sorrow come to you, Believe in Life's Beneficence! The World's all...Rate it:

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When I Thought About The World
Nikhil Parekh
When I thought about the world from inside a squalid gutter; with an abhorrently fetid stench permeating into my nostrils, I perceived it to be ex...Rate it:

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The World In The Heart
Jane Taylor
--BUT if the foe no more without presides, There is an inner chamber where it hides ; In that strong hold prepares its last defence ; And none but ...Rate it:

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The World outside
Nikhil Parekh
When I was just born; freshly emanating the first cry of my life, The world outside seemed an obsolete haze to my eyes; which searched frantically...Rate it:

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A World Without A Face
Kenneth R. Jenkins
No smile To smile back at you to make you laugh No eyes to see That smile of yours. No lips No lips to say how I feel. Imagine if you will A world...Rate it:

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The World's Musqueteer: To Marshal Foch
Richard Le Gallienne
(_Ballade a double refrain_) Marshal of France, yet still the Musqueteer, Comrade at arms, on your bronzed cheek we press The soldier's kiss, and ...Rate it:

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Tu mettrais l'univers entier dans ta ruelle (You Would Take The Whole World To Bed With You)
Charles Baudelaire
Tu mettrais l'univers entier dans ta ruelle, Femme impure! L'ennui rend ton âme cruelle. Pour exercer tes dents à ce jeu singulier, Il te faut chaq...Rate it:

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I Saw A New World
William Brighty Rands
I SAW a new world in my dream, Where all the folks alike did seem: There was no Child, there was no Mother, There was no Change, there was no...Rate it:

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The World is a Place I've Never Been
Llew N. Rmail
The world is a place I've never been Snow-topped mountains, Blissful plains, Roaring big cities. But are places the world? Is home the world? ...Rate it:

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The World. A Pseudological Fancy
Martin Farquhar Tupper
Well has the world been named the World,-- From its whirlpool heart of worrying things On circling tides incessantly curl'd And hurried around in f...Rate it:

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A World For Love
John Clare
Oh, the world is all too rude for thee, with much ado and care; Oh, this world is but a rude world, and hurts a thing so fair; Was there a nook in ...Rate it:

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I'd Back Again the World
Henry Lawson
She's not like an empress, And crowned with raven hair, She is not “pert an’ bonny,” Nor “winsome, wee, an’ fair.” But when a man’s in trouble, And...Rate it:

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O, In A World Of Men And Women
Isaac Rosenberg
0, in a world of men and women, Where all things seemed so strange to me, And speech the common world called human For me was a vain mimicry, I th...Rate it:

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The Four Ages Of The World
Friedrich Schiller
The goblet is sparkling with purpled-tinged wine, Bright glistens the eye of each guest, When into the hall comes the Minstrel divine, To the goo...Rate it:

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Weary Of The World, And With Heaven Most Dear
Thomas Kingo
Farewell, world, farewell As thrall here I’m weary and no more will dwell, The manifold burdens that on me have lain, I wrest them now from me and ...Rate it:

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World Was In The Face Of The Beloved
Rainer Maria Rilke
World was in the face of the beloved--, but suddenly it poured out and was gone: world is outside, world can not be grasped. Why didn't I, from th...Rate it:

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World's Worth
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
'TIS of the Father Hilary. He strove, but could not pray; so took The steep-coiled stair, where his feet shook A sad blind echo. Ever up He toi...Rate it:

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The World Is Great
George Eliot
The world is great! The birds fly from me; The stars are golden fruit Upon a tree All out of reach My little sister went and I am lonely. The worl...Rate it:

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A Woman's World
Nikhil Parekh
If a man was born out of a woman's divinely womb; after tossing; turning and kicking helplessly for 9 agonizingly marathon months; before tasting t...Rate it:

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God's World
Edna St. Vincent Millay
O world, I cannot hold thee close enough! Thy winds, thy wide grey skies! Thy mists that roll and rise! Thy woods this autumn day, that ac...Rate it:

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I Care A Damn About This World
Nikhil Parekh
When I was poor and begging on the streets with my arms stretched; they said that I didn't have skill to earn money, When I was fast asleep on th...Rate it:

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In A Mystery World
Susie Q
We are all in a mystery world. I call it a mystery cause no one knows the hole of it and understand the whole world. It's filled with so many solem...Rate it:

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Living Without God In The World
Charles Lamb
Mystery of God! thou brave & beauteous world! Made fair with light, & shade, & stars, & flowers; Made fearful and august with woods & rocks, Jagg'd...Rate it:

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