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Sonnets 09: Let You Not Say Of Me When I Am Old
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Let you not say of me when I am old, In pretty worship of my withered hands Forgetting who I am, and how the sands Of such a life as mine run red a...Rate it:

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To Anne: Oh, Say Not, Sweet Anne
George Gordon Lord Byron
Oh, say not, sweet Anne, that the Fates have decreed The heart which adores you should wish to dissever; Such Fates were to me most unkind ones ind...Rate it:

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What Should I Say
Sir Thomas Wyatt
What should I say, Since faith is dead, And truth away From you is fled? Should I be led With doubleness? Nay, nay, mistress! I promised you, And ...Rate it:

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What Should I Say?
David McKee Wright
What should I say, Since faith is dead, And truth away From you is fled? Should I be led With doubleness? Nay, nay, mistress! I promised you, And ...Rate it:

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Eternity Has Its Say
Kurt Philip Behm
hears only the wind, —when eternity has its say (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 2017)Rate it:

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Oh say not that my heart is cold
Charles Wolfe
Oh say not that my heart is cold To aught that once could warm it - That Nature's Form so dear of old No more has power to charm it; Or that th' un...Rate it:

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You Say I Am into Your Heart
Sayeed Abubakar
You say I am into your heart; and sitting on its bough in your sleep and waking I start singing sweet love-song now; and then you ask me, how? You...Rate it:

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You say you are holy,
Stephen Crane
You say you are holy, And that Because I have not seen you sin. Aye, but there are those Who see you sin, my friend. Rate it:

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A science—so the Savants say
Emily Dickinson
A science—so the Savants say, "Comparative Anatomy"— By which a single bone— Is made a secret to unfold Of some rare tenant of the mold, Else peris...Rate it:

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All We Can Say
Kurt Philip Behm
today The only time extant —and all we can say (Villanova Pennsylvania: April, 2019)Rate it:

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Dark Friend, what can I say?
Mirabai
Dark Friend, what can I say? This love I bring from distant lifetimes is ancient, do not revile it. Seeing your elegant body I am ravished. Visit o...Rate it:

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do you say a word
moahamd safan
at his eyes and stayed for a word he didn't say it he as he has got tired he went asleep withouRate it:

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Don't Just Say It
Nikhil Parekh
perceive that you are something; then don't just say it or keep considering; go out there and proveRate it:

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Don't say he loves me as before...
Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
Don't say he loves me as before, That, as before, he treasures me... no! He callously destroys my life, Although I see the knife shake in his ha...Rate it:

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Florence kneels down to say her prayers
Lesbia Harford
Florence kneels down to say her prayers At night. I wonder what she says and why she cares To pray at night. I think when she kneels down to pr...Rate it:

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Hear What The Mournful Linnets Say
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Hear what the mournful linnets say: ‘We built our nest compact and warm, But cruel boys came round our way And took our summerhouse by storm. ‘...Rate it:

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I talk to my inner lover, and I say, why such rush?
Kabir
I talk to my inner lover, and I say, why such rush? We sense that there is some sort of spirit that loves birds and animals and the ants— per...Rate it:

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In lands I never saw—they say
Emily Dickinson
In lands I never saw—they say Immortal Alps look down— Whose Bonnets touch the firmament— Whose Sandals touch the town— Meek at whose everlasting ...Rate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 96. You say, but with no touch of sco
Alfred Lord Tennyson
You say, but with no touch of scorn, Sweet-hearted, you, whose light-blue eyes Are tender over drowning flies, You tell me, dou...Rate it:

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Men Say They Know Many Things
Henry David Thoreau
Men say they know many things; But lo! they have taken wings, — The arts and sciences, And a thousand appliances; The wind that blows Is all that a...Rate it:

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Modern Love XLIV: They Say That Pity
George Meredith
They say, that Pity in Love's service dwells, A porter at the rosy temple's gate. I missed him going: but it is my fate To come upon him now bes...Rate it:

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O Never Say That I Was False of Heart
William Shakespeare
O never say that I was false of heart, Though absence seem'd my flame to qualify: As easy might I from myself depart As from my soul, which in thy ...Rate it:

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Say Not He Loves Me
Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
Say not he loves me as before, as truly, dearly As once he did... Oh no! My life He would destroy, he does destroy - though see I clearly The trem...Rate it:

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Say not the Struggle Naught availeth
Arthur Hugh Clough
SAY not the struggle naught availeth, The labour and the wounds are vain, The enemy faints not, nor faileth, And as things have been they ...Rate it:

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Say, What Is Honour?--‘Tis The Finest Sense
William Wordsworth
SAY, what is Honour?--'Tis the finest sense Of 'justice' which the human mind can frame, Intent each lurking frailty to disclaim, And guard the way...Rate it:

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