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Embarrassment of one another
Emily Dickinson
is chief, But still, Divinity dwells under a seal. Rate it:

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Emily Hardcastle, Spinster
John Crowe Ransom
Princess, who’ll go down a leafy archway And seal her to the Stranger for his castle in the gloom.Rate it:

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En Tout Cas
Edith Nesbit
be the stars of Paradise; Your lips to be the seal of all The joy life grants, and dreams recall; YRate it:

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Algernon Charles Swinburne
these lips that should be dumb, This love whose seal can but impress These weak word-offerings weRate it:

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Epitaph on her Son H. P.
Katherine Philips
the subtle Alchimist, Can't with Hermes Seal resist The powerful spirit's subtler flight, But t'wilRate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XIII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
though I was, that love impure had set Its seal on that fair woman in her Spring. Her broken beautyRate it:

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Helen Maria Williams
a traitor, while a slave to love! "Let her who seal'd a lover's fate, endure The sharpest pressureRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. III.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
and duly and well were completed, And the great seal of the law was set like a sun on the margin. TRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. II.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
and corridors leafy the blast rang, Breaking the seal of silence, and giving tongues to the forest.Rate it:

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Exile’s Letter
Ezra Pound
in the boy, Have him sit on his knees here To seal this, And send it a thousand miles, thinking. Rate it:

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Ella Wheeler Wilcox
sad and tender, And both are stamped with the seal of doom. All through the days of Indian summeRate it:

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Fare Well
Walter de la Mare
on all things lovely, Every hour. Let no night Seal thy sense in deathly slumber Till to delightRate it:

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Fareweel, ye bughts
James Thomson
I wad to her reveal, An' in her arms my pardon seal. CHORUS * Rate it:

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Amy Lowell
Stupefy my heart to every day's monotony, Seal up my eyes, I would not look so far, Chasten my steps to peaceful regularity, Bow down my head le...Rate it:

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Adam Lindsay Gordon
lay no imprint ghast, Save the angel's solemn seal, Yet the hands were clench'd in a death-grip fasRate it:

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Feeling Of Truth
Ehsan Sehgal
of sincere people They do not cheat They do not seal the heart They do not make The false promise oRate it:

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Fight With A Bear
James McIntyre
smooth, the youths did skate, Resolved for to seal his fate; A pistol shot made bruin roar, And froRate it:

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Finis Exoptatus
Adam Lindsay Gordon
not thus their gospel redly Saints and martyrs seal'd. You had seem'd more like a martyr, Than you Rate it:

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For A Gentleman, Who, Kissinge His Friend At His Departure Left A Signe Of Blood On Her
William Strode
waxe so yeelding to the printed kisse, Nor seal'd so strong. Noe letter ere was writt That could thRate it:

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Forbidden Underground
Mario William Vitale
of vanquished vomit in bright yellow asps the seal on the door that leads to the underground is locRate it:

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Lucy Maud Montgomery
mine, in silence and in speech, Death will only seal us each to each. Through the darkness we shallRate it:

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Fragment From The Wandering Jew
Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Elements respect their Maker's seal! Still Like the scathed pine tree's height, Braving the tempests of the night Have I 'scaped the flickering...Rate it:

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From "Adonais," 49-52
Percy Bysshe Shelley
which consigned Its charge to each; and if the seal is set, Here, on one fountain of a mourning minRate it:

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From 'The Testament of Beauty'
Robert Seymour Bridges
with wonder-gleams, whose evanescence is the seal of their glory, consumed in self-becoming of eterRate it:

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Georgie Sails To-Morrow!
Henry Clay Work
I felt its tendrils on my heart. These lips are seal'd--I cannot tell my sorrow, And hope must die Rate it:

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