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Epilogue to Henry II.
John Dryden
face, which with my fan I hide, Would make a shift my portion to provide, With some small perquisRate it:

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Evil
Marie E J Pitt
but white archangel, I Turn the dim glass and shift the sands again, And touch the eyelids ofRate it:

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Fortune Of War
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
upon us wait, No sleep the hostess takes Her shift is torn in pieces straight,-- What wondrous liRate it:

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Friends Beyond
Thomas Hardy
hear the tidings, how the people's fortunes shift; What your daily doings are; Rate it:

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From ‘Paracelsus’
Robert Browning
thought, But somehow felt and known in every shift And change in the spirit,—nay, in eveRate it:

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George Chapman:XI
Algernon Charles Swinburne
and transmuted out of kind: But howsoe’er thou shift thy strenuous strain, Like Tailor1 smooth, likRate it:

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Gold Leaves
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
in the street Seems any human nod, Where shift in strange democracy The million masks of GRate it:

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Gray-Eyed King
Anna Akhmatova
on the mantelpiece And went out to his nighttime shift. I'll go and wake my daughter now, I'll looRate it:

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Halloween
Robert Burns
the bow-kail, And pou't, for want o' better shift, A runt was like a sow-tail, Sae bow't that niRate it:

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Homage To Sextus Propertius - VII
Ezra Pound
all your kisses you give but few. Nor can I shift my pains to other, Hers will I be dead, If she cRate it:

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Honours - Part1
Jean Ingelow
by golden eloquence, As wind doth shift a fane; ' "To sing among the poets—we are nougRate it:

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Horace, Book I. Ode IX.
William Cowper
gales spring from the balmy west. E'en let us shift to-morrow as we may, When to-morrow's passed aRate it:

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Hudibras: Part 3 - Canto III
Samuel Butler
behind. But when the morn began t' appear, And shift t' another scene his fear, He found his new ofRate it:

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I Dreamed Of Forest Alleys fair
Robert Louis Stevenson
feet And foliage move together. The shadows shift upon the grass, The dial point creeps on; The clRate it:

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Imagination
John Davidson
strange In every age, can turn the year; Can shift the poles and lightly change The mood of men,Rate it:

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Insomnia
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
the spirit's wind: But in half-dreams that shift and roll And still remember and forgRate it:

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It don't sound so terrible—quite—as it did
Emily Dickinson
in the face A Trouble looks bitterest— Shift it—just— Say "When Tomorrow comes this way— I shall haRate it:

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Jealousy
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
props Of earthly fame or ancient art, Make shift with Raphael and Racine Put up with Dante and DescRate it:

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John Marr And Other Sailors
Herman Melville
then riven, Ever to new embracements driven, Shifting gulf-weed of the main! And how if one here shRate it:

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Langwidge
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
poor beasts 'e belted an' abused. 'They couldn't shift,' 'e ses, 'a blanky 'earse! The flamin' cowsRate it:

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Laus Veneris
Algernon Charles Swinburne
as the brackish waifs of yellow spume That shift and steam — loose clots of arid fume From the seRate it:

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Lazy
James Weldon Johnson
six o'clock alarms I hear, 'Tis then I love to shift my ear, And hug my downy pillows. When in the Rate it:

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Lepanto
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
Where the grey seas glitter and the sharp tides shift And the sea-folk labour and the red saiRate it:

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Lost and Given Over
Edwin James Brady
rally! ’Er spars may lift an’ ’er keel can shift, When a man is done ’e ’s got to drift— Rate it:

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Louisa To Strephon
Jonathan Swift
rival's gift, Cut from the piece that made her shift, Shall in thy dearest blood be dyed, And make Rate it:

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