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Olney Hymn 4: Jehovah-Nissi: The Lord My Banner
William Cowper
When with a single word, God helping me to say, 'My trust is in the Lord,' My soul hath quell'dRate it:

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Olney Hymn 62: Dependence
William Cowper
Him. Beware of Peter's word, Nor confidently say, 'I never will deny Thee, Lord,'-- But,--'GranRate it:

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Olney Hymn 66: I Will Praise The Lord At All Times
William Cowper
the cools the earth. What! has autumn left to say Nothing of a Saviour's grace? Yes, the beams Rate it:

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On A Distant View Of The Village And School Of The Harrow Hill
George Gordon Lord Byron
scene of pleasure should open to view, I will say, while with rapture the thought shall elate me, ORate it:

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On A Gentlewoman's Watch That Wanted A Key
William Strode
lett thy Mistresse looking smile on Thee, And say 'tis time my Watch and I agree. Rate it:

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ON A PERFUMED LADY
Robert Herrick
You say you're sweet: how should we know Whether that you be sweet or no? --From powders and perfumes keep free; Then we shall smell how sweet you...Rate it:

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On A Picture Of The Finding Of Moses By Pharoah's Daughter
Charles Lamb
of cruel Egypt's heir! She speaks, she says, 'This little one I will protect, though he the son Be Rate it:

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On a Street
Henry Kendall
grief Are trailing ever at my side. I will not say who suffered there, 'Tis best the name aloof toRate it:

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On a Vulgar Error
Clive Staples Lewis
esteemed a blot Upon the church? Did anybody say How modern and how ugly? They did not. Plate-arRate it:

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On Accidentally Meeting A Lady Now No More
William Lisle Bowles
and fair-- How beautiful let fond remembrance say! Alas! since then old Time has stol'n away Nigh fRate it:

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On An Icicle That Clung To The Grass Of A Grave
Percy Bysshe Shelley
o'er thy low-laid shrine. V. And did I then say, for the altar of glory, That the earliest, the loRate it:

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On an Infant dying as soon as born
Charles Lamb
or know What thy errand here below? Shall we say that Nature blind Check'd her hand, and changedRate it:

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On An Old Sepuchral Bas-Relief
Count Giacomo Leopardi
from my dear ones far away? Most lovely maiden, say! Alone, a wanderer, dost thou leave Thy father'Rate it:

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On An Unfortunate And Beautiful Woman
William Lisle Bowles
sad Humanity a tear might give, And Virtue say, Live, beauteous sufferer, live! But should there onRate it:

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On Being Human
Clive Staples Lewis
Angelic minds, they say, by simple intelligence Behold the Forms of nature. They discern Unerringly the Archtypes, all the verities Which mortal...Rate it:

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On Bishop Atterbury's Burying The Duke Of Buckingham, 1721
Matthew Prior
I have no hopes, the Duke he says, and dies. In sure and certain hopes - the prelate cries: Of these two learned peers, I pr'ythee say, man, Who is...Rate it:

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On Certain Elizabethan revivals
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
would we with such skittle-plays at death? Say, must we watch these brawlers' brandished lathe, ORate it:

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On Gay Wallpaper
William Carlos Williams
green-blue ground is ruled with silver lines to say the sun is shining And on this moral sea of grRate it:

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On Gray Eyes
William Strode
blind, And skipps behind a cloud, that all may say The Eye of all the world loves to be gray. Rate it:

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On Journeys Through The States
Walt Whitman
and invite men and women to hear; 10 We say to ourselves, Remember, fear not, be candid, prRate it:

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On Leaving Mrs. Brown's Lodgings
Sir Walter Scott
oats are twenty-five shillings a boll, they say; But all's one for that, since I must and will awaRate it:

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On Liberty And Slavery
George Moses Horton
in joys be drowned, And drive away my fears. Say unto foul oppression, Cease: Ye tyrants rage nRate it:

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On Looking Through an old Punishment Book [At Eurunderee School]
Henry Lawson
me back my youth again!” Doc Faustus used to say – I only wish the Powers could give My boyhood forRate it:

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On Memory
Joanna Baillie
to guard; And whisperings come to her ear, which say Sweeter things than the song of the bard: TheyRate it:

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On Monsieur's Departure
Queen Elizabeth I
am forced to seem to hate, I do, yet dare not say I ever meant, I seem stark mute but inwardly toRate it:

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