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Die Sunflowers
Georg Trakl
inclined toward death, You sisters full of humility In such stillness Helian's year Of mountainRate it:

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Dippold the Optician
Edgar Lee Masters
a moment! And now? My father and mother and sisters. Yes! And now? Knights at arms, beautiful woRate it:

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Disastrously Abandoned me
Nikhil Parekh
very own blood relations; my very own brothers; sisters; father; mother; grandfather; grandmother; Rate it:

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Don Rafael
Emma Lazarus
shall so Win her in death to me. 'Thanks, sisters, and farewell! Back to your joys. My brother shaRate it:

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Don't Make me
Nikhil Parekh
veins; slept like a demon whilst my brothers and sisters; bathed in an unrelenting tornado of pain.Rate it:

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Drill
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
yet we will Those who've conquered us. Patience, sisters, mothers! We must not forget Foiled dead fRate it:

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Duino Elegies: The Tenth Elegy
Rainer Maria Rilke
Why did I not kneel more fervently, disconsolate sisters, more bendingly kneel to receive you, moreRate it:

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Echoes
Lewis Carroll
nature shall have strength to drag her down. "Sisters and brothers, little Maid? There stands thRate it:

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Edgehill Fight
Rudyard Kipling
the maids we love Make ready to lay low Their sisters' sweethearts, as we move Against our deareRate it:

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Edinburgh After Flodden
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
onward Up the city streets they ride; Fathers, sisters, mothers, children, Shrieking, praying by hiRate it:

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Elegy X
Rainer Maria Rilke
Why did I not kneel more fervently, disconsolate sisters, more bendingly kneel to receive you, moreRate it:

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Emancipation
Ambrose Bierce
the health yet spare the appetite, While thrifty sisters o'er the cauldron stoop To serve their GodRate it:

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Embarcation
Thomas Hardy
dubious of the cause, none murmuring, Wives, sisters, parents, wave white hands and smile, As if Rate it:

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Embarcation (Southampton Docks: October, 1899)
Thomas Hardy
dubious of the cause, none murmuring, Wives, sisters, parents, wave white hands and smile, As ifRate it:

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Emily Hardcastle, Spinster
John Crowe Ransom
ceremonial we are not the heroes of. Let the sisters now attend her, who are red-eyed, who are wrRate it:

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Epithalamion
Edmund Spenser
YE learned sisters, which have oftentimes Beene to me ayding, others to adorne, Whom ye thought worthy of your gracefull rymes, That even the gr...Rate it:

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Epithalamion
Gerard Manley Hopkins
. . . . . . . . . . . Father, mother, brothers, sisters, friends Into fairy trees, wild flowers, Rate it:

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Ethnogenesis
Henry Timrod
the wind, While in the order of their birth Her sisters pass, and many an ample field Grows white bRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. V.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
all men were equal, and all were brothers and sisters. So, when the fruitless search, the disappoinRate it:

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Evening Hymn In The Hovels
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
toil and never know the light? Is it for ever, sisters, say, and brothers, That they must grind us Rate it:

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Faithful Eckart
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
us hastily come, The band of the Sorceress sisters. They hitherward speed, and on finding us here,Rate it:

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Farewell
Sydney Thompson Dobell
thy mermaid cells a-ringing? Are thy mermaid sisters singing? The saddest shell of every cell RingiRate it:

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Father Abe
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
through all the years endures! Mothers, sisters bade us hasten Sweethearts, wives with babe at breaRate it:

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Flesh and the Spirit, The
Anne Bradstreet
by the Banks of Lacrim flood, I heard two sisters reason on Things that are past and things to coRate it:

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Flowers, Dear Flowers, Farewell!
Louisa May Alcott
flowers, Forth alone to die, Where your gentle sisters may not weep O'er the cold graves where you Rate it:

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