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My Sweetheart's Dainty Lips
Yehudah HaLevi
The twinkling stars enthroned above Are sisters to my dearest love. We men should count it joy Rate it:

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Nancy Knapp
Edgar Lee Masters
with what he inherited, And his brothers and sisters accused him of poisoning His fathers mind agaiRate it:

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Noble Sisters
Christina Georgina Rossetti
'Now did you mark a falcon, Sister dear, sister dear, Flying toward my window In the morning cool and clear? With jingling bells about her neck, Bu...Rate it:

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Now List To My Morning's Romanza
Walt Whitman
reminiscences, parents, brothers and sisters, associations, employment, politics, so that Rate it:

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O Star Of France
Walt Whitman
sleep, 20 In that alone, among thy sisters, thou, Giantess, didst rend the ones Rate it:

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Ode at Magnolia Cemetery
Henry Timrod
keep in trust your storied tombs, Behold! your sisters bring their tears, And these memorial blooRate it:

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Ode on St. Cecilia's Day
Alexander Pope
she dies, she dies! How wilt thou now the fatal sisters move? No crime was thine, if 'tis no crimRate it:

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Ode On The Istallation of the Duke of Devonshire
Charles Kingsley
waits the merrier faces Of those your wittier sisters three, O'er jest and dance and song who stillRate it:

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Ode To The Johns Hopkins University
Sidney Lanier
How tall among her sisters, and how fair, -- How grave beyond her youth, yet debonair As dawn, 'mid wrinkled Matres of old lands Our youngest Alma ...Rate it:

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Ode VIII: On Leaving Holland
Mark Akenside
who guard the pathless grove, Ye blue-ey'd sisters of the streams, With whom i wont at morn to roveRate it:

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Ode:Sung on the. Occasion Of decorating the graves of the Confederate dead
Henry Timrod
keep in trust your storied tombs, Behold! your sisters bring their tears, And these memorial bloomsRate it:

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Of the four Humours in Mans Constitution.
Anne Bradstreet
witty notions: But tis not from our dull, slow sisters motions: Nor sister sanguine, from thy moderRate it:

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Of Three Children
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
book Have kiss'd and call'd Good-night! Ah, sisters, look! What fields be these That lie so sad aRate it:

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Oglethorpe
Madison Julius Cawein
wild magnolias in their flowing hair; The sisters Academe, With thoughts divine, Standing with eyesRate it:

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On Dr. Brown's Death
Thomas Parnell
rivalls leader of his breath, To fix his Tyrant sisters reign. How too, too well he mocks or. bloomRate it:

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On my dear Grand-child Simon Bradstreet, Who dyed on 16. Novemb. 1669. being but a moneth, and one d
Anne Bradstreet
our bitter crosses. Go pretty babe, go rest with Sisters twain Among the blest in endless joyes remRate it:

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On Sr Charles Porter The Chancellours Death
Thomas Parnell
time is flown, She onely then with her two sisters flew, But now since he, what ere were good withRate it:

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On The Grassy Banks
Christina Georgina Rossetti
grassy banks Lambkins at their pranks; Woolly sisters, woolly brothers Jumping off their feet WRate it:

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On the Paroo
Henry Kendall
with perpetual rain. Because of this—because of sisters left With desperate purpose and dishevelleRate it:

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On Two Sisters Whose Deaths Were Together
Padraic Colum
IN woods remote, hid in the mountain hollows, Doves there are that have a gentler beauty, Doves that are marked as by a poet's image, And hence are...Rate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 22
Ludovico Ariosto
is Hypermnestra's fame, For her so many wicked sisters' shame. III For one I dare to censure in myRate it:

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Orpheus
Emma Lazarus
their faces with their mantles light, Her sisters fled swift-footed, with shrill cries, Adown the mRate it:

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Our Canadian Woods In Early Autumn
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
berries crowned. Stately and tall, o’er its sisters all, Stands the poplar, proud and lone, EveryRate it:

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Our Deeds
Ehsan Sehgal
pain, and tears In the eyes of the parents Sisters, brothers, children And dear ones Killing buildsRate it:

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Our Jack
Henry Kendall
made me scold and laugh by turns — the pet Of sisters, and the youngest hope of one Who grew years Rate it:

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