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Our Mistress and Our Queen
Henry Lawson
hers, No massacre deter— Small brothers and wee sisters Of lovers, watch for her! Old dotards undeRate it:

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Our Two Opinions
Eugene Field
up together 'nd would n't speak, Courted sisters, 'nd marr'd 'em, too; Tended same meetin'-house oRate it:

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John Greenleaf Whittier
at noon on the ruins below; But where are the sisters who hastened to greet The lowly Redeemer, andRate it:

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Part of the Dialogue Between Hector and Andromache
Samuel Johnson
cheerful eyes approaching death. The inexorable sisters have decreed That Priam's house and Priam'sRate it:

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Passage To India
Walt Whitman
net-work, The people to become brothers and sisters, The races, neighbors, to marry and be giRate it:

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Peace on Earth
William Carlos Williams
Sleep! Sleep safe till tomorrow. The Sisters lie With their arms intertwining; Gold against blRate it:

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Pelleas And Ettarre
Alfred Lord Tennyson
waste islands had he come, Where saving his own sisters he had known Scarce any but the women of Rate it:

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Perkin Warbeck
Lord Alfred Douglas
in a weaver's bed ; My brothers toiled and my sisters spun, And my mother wove for our bread. v IRate it:

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Henry Kendall
and new To eyes full of eloquent light, And, sisters, I’m hoping that you Will pray for my Persia tRate it:

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Playing At Priests
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
priests resolved to play. Their aprons all our sisters lent For copes, which gave us great content;Rate it:

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Pleasure XXIV
Khalil Gibran
pleasure, but not her alone: Seven are her sisters, and the least of them is more beautiful than Rate it:

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Poem 1
Edmund Spenser
YE learned sisters which haue oftentimes beene to me ayding, others to adorne: Whom ye thought worthy of your gracefull rymes, That euen the greate...Rate it:

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Poem from a Picture
Margaret Widdemer
you, Wise in horror-lore, Who have heard your sisters' screams Shattering your play, Seen your mothRate it:

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Premature Spring
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
has happen'd Since yester e'en? Oh, ye fair sisters, Her I have seen! Rate it:

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John Milton
Moon to shine by night Amongst her spangled sisters bright; For his, &c. He, with his thunder-cRate it:

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Quatrains Of Life
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
as a panther's, whom it pained, My nurse, my sisters, the young birds my prey. I saw them grieve noRate it:

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Anna Akhmatova
braids in despair all that night The younger of sisters is moaning, Sends curses to Leah and God fRate it:

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Reading 'Hamlet'
Anna Akhmatova
cheek would blaze. I love you as forty gentle Sisters love and bless. Rate it:

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Walt Whitman
utterly lost; That the hands of the sisters Death and Night, incessantly softly Rate it:

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Regina Cœle
Coventry Patmore
Say, did his sisters wonder what could Joseph see In a mild, silent little Maid like thee? And was it awful, in that narrow house, With God for Bab...Rate it:

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Result Of Disunity
Maulana Altaf Hussain Hali
had we only remembered 'You are brothers and sisters, Muslims one and all When to brotherhood you hRate it:

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Rome: The Vatican--Sala Delle Muse (1887)
Thomas Hardy
said she. "Though apart in fame, As I and my sisters are one, those, too, are the same. - "But mRate it:

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Wilfred Owen
fret Until he got a nice, safe wound to nurse. Sisters would wish girls too could shoot, charge, cuRate it:

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Sappho to Phaon (Ovid Heroid XV)
Alexander Pope
for Sappho still to love: So from my birth the Sisters fix'd my doom, And gave to Venus all my lifeRate it:

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September in Australia
Henry Kendall
and remember Dead things that were brothers and sisters of thee, Resplendent September. The Rate it:

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