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The world is full of double beds
Hilaire Belloc
The world is full of double beds And most delightful maidenheads, Which being so, there’s no excuse For sodomy of self-abuse. Rate it:

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The world is too much with us; late and soon
William Wordsworth
The world is too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers: Little we see in Nature that is ours; W...Rate it:

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The World Trade Center Shall Stand Tall Forever -Tribute To America, Part 4
Nikhil Parekh
It stood taller than any other structure in the sky; kissing the ensemble of cotton clouds as they drifted by, It looked like a towering giant; i...Rate it:

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The World Turns
Kurt Philip Behm
When the world turns on a whisper Why do we insist on shouting (Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2014)Rate it:

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The World Within
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
There was a shadow on his face, that spake Of passion long since hardened into thought. He had a smile, a cold and scornful smile ; Not gaiety, ...Rate it:

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The World—feels Dusty
Emily Dickinson
The World—feels Dusty When We stop to Die— We want the Dew—then— Honors—taste dry— Flags—vex a Dying face— But the least Fan Stirred by a friend's...Rate it:

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The World—stands—solemner—to me
Emily Dickinson
The World—stands—solemner—to me— Since I was wed—to Him— A modesty befits the soul That bears another's—name— A doubt—if it be fair—indeed— To wear...Rate it:

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The World's Need
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
So many gods, so many creeds, So many paths that wind and wind, While just the art of being kind, Is all the sad world needs. Rate it:

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The World's Wanderers
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. Tell me, thou Star, whose wings of light Speed thee in thy fiery flight, In what cavern of the night Will thy pinions close now? II. Tell me, M...Rate it:

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The World—stands—solemner—to me
Emily Dickinson
The World—stands—solemner—to me— Since I was wed—to Him— A modesty befits the soul That bears another's—name— A doubt—if it be fair—indeed— To wear...Rate it:

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The World’s Convention Of The Friends Of Emancipation, Held In London In 1840
John Greenleaf Whittier
YES, let them gather! Summon forth The pledged philanthropy of Earth. From every land, whose hills have heard The bugle blast of Freedom waking; Or...Rate it:

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The World’s Justice
Emma Lazarus
If the sudden tidings came That on some far, foreign coast, Buried ages long from fame, Had been found a remnant lost Of that hoary race who dwelt ...Rate it:

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This is my letter to the world,
Emily Dickinson
This is my letter to the world, That never wrote to me,-- The simple news that Nature told, With tender majesty. Her message is committed ...Rate it:

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This World is not Conclusion
Emily Dickinson
This World is not Conclusion. A Species stands beyond— Invisible, as Music— But positive, as Sound— It beckons, and it baffles— Philosophy—don't kn...Rate it:

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Thou Gaudy Idle World Adieu
Thomas Parnell
Thou Gaudy Idle world adieu, & all thy tinsell Joys; I lovd thee dearly once tis true, But since a better choice I knew, Ive made that better choic...Rate it:

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Though All The World
Alfred Austin
Though all the world should stand aside, And leave you to your sorrow, And you from none, or near, or wide, A smile or tear could borrow; I still w...Rate it:

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To put this World down, like a Bundle
Emily Dickinson
To put this World down, like a Bundle— And walk steady, away, Requires Energy—possibly Agony— 'Tis the Scarlet way Trodden with straight renunciat...Rate it:

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To The Garden The World
Walt Whitman
TO THE garden, the world, anew ascending, Potent mates, daughters, sons, preluding, The love, the life of their bodies, meaning and being...Rate it:

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To this World she returned
Emily Dickinson
To this World she returned. But with a tinge of that— A Compound manner, As a Sod Espoused a Violet, That chiefer to the Skies Than to himself, all...Rate it:

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Topsy-Turvy World
William Brighty Rands
IF the butterfly courted the bee, And the owl the porcupine; If churches were built in the sea, And three times one was nine; If the pony...Rate it:

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Wake Not for the World-Heard Thunder
Alfred Edward Housman
Wake not for the world-heard thunder, Nor the chimes that earthquakes toll; Stars may plot in heaven with planet, Lightning rive the rock of gra...Rate it:

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When To The Attractions Of The Busy World
William Wordsworth
WHEN, to the attractions of the busy world, Preferring studious leisure, I had chosen A habitation in this peaceful Vale, Sharp season followed of ...Rate it:

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When you are with me I put by the world In having you. When I can hear and see you, All else is dark
When you are with me I put by the world In having you. When I can hear and see you, All else is dark
When you are with me I put by the world In having you. When I can hear and see you, All else is dark and dumb; or is it, Sweet, You then are all, a...Rate it:

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When you were born in this world - Dohas II
Kabir
When you were born in this world Everyone laughed while you cried Conduct NOT yourself in manner such That they laugh when you are gone Kabir'...Rate it:

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World Is As Crocodile
Ehsan Sehgal
I went, to realize a crocodile tears With lots of concerns and fears However, I prepared myself to face For creating a new way of a base I wrote pa...Rate it:

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