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Lycidas
John Milton
of some melodious tear. Begin, then, Sisters of the sacred well That from beneath the seatRate it:

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Lydia Humphrey
Edgar Lee Masters
alone in the world, Finding brothers and sisters in the congregation, And children in the church. IRate it:

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Magic Formula
Harry Crosby
What heavens opened and blazed, What sisters virtuous, What arrows sprang to mark, The trees so terrible and dark, What years, what hopes, What lio...Rate it:

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Maiden-Song
Christina Georgina Rossetti
You and I are used to go.' So these two fair sisters Went with innocent will Up the hill and dRate it:

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Margaret Fuller
Amos Bronson Alcott
undertone, That spoke thee victim of the Sisters’ choice,— Charming all others, dwelling still Rate it:

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Maud Muller
John Greenleaf Whittier
quiet and loving words." But he thought of his sisters, proud and cold, And his mother, vain of Rate it:

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Meetings
Katharine Tynan
grace. Gives thanks for you, for you, proud sisters of mine! Rate it:

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Meg Merrilies
John Keats
brothers were the craggy hills, Her sisters larchen trees; Alone with her great family Rate it:

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Melampus
George Meredith
seed to successive similar rings, Their sisters, bearers to men of what men have earned: He knew thRate it:

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Mercy And Innocence
Peter John Allan
Innocence we mortals name; These two are sisters, and their love Made them inseparable above; And JRate it:

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Merlin II
Ralph Waldo Emerson
rife Murmur in the house of life, Sung by the Sisters as they spin; In perfect time and measure, thRate it:

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Merope
Henry Kendall
wastes—in the face of the splendid Six of the sisters—the star-dowered sisters ineffably bright, MeRate it:

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Midnight
Ada Cambridge
whom the world can find no place — Brothers and sisters, born to want and wrong — Born weak and maiRate it:

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Mob!
Nikhil Parekh
harbored me; the fleet of young brothers and sisters that frantically waited for me to return back Rate it:

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Monodies
Charles Harpur
blinding tears. And they, thy brothers and thy sisters, Charley, They miss their vanished playmatRate it:

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Moorish Bridal Song
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
beauty leaves us in its rosy years; Her sisters weep-but she hath done with tears! -Now may the timRate it:

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Moses On The Nile
Victor Marie Hugo
'Sisters! the wave is freshest in the ray Of the young morning; the reapers are asleep; The river bank is lonely: come away! The early murmurs of o...Rate it:

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Mourning Women
Mathilde Blind
each dazzling street and mart; Only these sisters of the suffering heart Strike discords in this Rate it:

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Mourning Women
Mathilde Blind
each dazzling street and mart; Only these sisters of the suffering heart Strike discords in this Rate it:

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Mr. William Crowe’s Address To Her Majesty, Turned Into Metre
Jonathan Swift
or loyal than others, But having a great many sisters and brothers, Our borough in riches and yearsRate it:

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My Army, O, My Army!
Henry Lawson
blood will flow where milk will not—her sisters knew the rest). My legions ne’er were listed, theRate it:

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My Christian Name
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
My poor lost Christian name? Brothers and sisters, mockers oft Of the quaint name I bore, WoulRate it:

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My Frost-King - Song I
Louisa May Alcott
flowers Forth alone to die, Where your gentle sisters may not weep O'er the cold graves where you lRate it:

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My Silence Will Speak To You
Nikhil Parekh
on innocent blood of my pristine brothers, sisters and benign kin, Never ever would I cause you tRate it:

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My Soul And I
John Greenleaf Whittier
his merriment. Folly and Fear are sisters twain One closing her eyes. The other peopling the dark Rate it:

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