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Behind a Wall
Amy Lowell
I own a solace shut within my heart, A garden full of many a quaint delight And warm with drowsy, poppied sunshine; bright, Flaming with lilies ...Rate it:

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Beloved
Nikhil Parekh
threadbare chunks of rotten bread being the only solace for nocturnal meal, Resides the longhairedRate it:

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Benedictio Domini
Ernest Christopher Dowson
priest exalts with tremulous hands The one true solace of man's fallen plight. Strange silence herRate it:

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Benjamin Painter
Edgar Lee Masters
at law, And Nig, his dog, constant companion, solace and friend. Down the grey road, friends, chiRate it:

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Book Of Paradise - The Privileged Men
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
marble columns bright; To the noble grape-juice, solace-fraught, They the guest with kindly sips iRate it:

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Boscastle Waterfall and Quarry
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
Lord Coventry,—the royal gift destined for the solace of the blind and of the aged friend. WestminsRate it:

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Builders of Ruins
Alice Meynell
fears, Our faithful ways, our wilful ways; Solace our labors, O our seers The seasons, and our bardRate it:

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But Still Loving You And Only You
Nikhil Parekh
me to solely sight my reflection in mud; seek solace in the utmost hell's of obscurity; far from thRate it:

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By Heraclides
William Cowper
at a birth, and died. One child I leave to solace and uphold Euphron hereafter, when infirm and oldRate it:

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By The Side Of The Grave Some Years After
William Wordsworth
their stay For charity's sweet sake alone. Such solace find we for our loss; And what beyond this Rate it:

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Cape Byron
James Brunton Stephens
before me, and on either hand, The interminable solace of the sea. A white-winged hour of heaven, Rate it:

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Cascading Metaphors
Mario William Vitale
of light to a hurting world in seek of solace to delve into one's emotions a challenge to be fRate it:

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Chanson d’Amour
Gace Brulé
to me, Makes me doubly thoughtful of her. So my solace only comes to flee, Yet thinking always of mRate it:

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Chaucer's Prophecy
Geoffrey Chaucer
the right; And lechery is holden as privy solace, And robbery as free purchase, Beware then of ill!Rate it:

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Commit This Sin. Again And Again And Again.
Nikhil Parekh
your magnetic bosom; in which I found divinely solace; amidst the most tumultuously hideous apocalyRate it:

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Compensation Pete
Robert William Service
consolation in defeat . . . Oh what a solace-seeker! So We called him Compensation Pete. He lost hRate it:

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Conscious Love Response
Mario William Vitale
bitten off far more then they could ever chew solace is branded by ivy thorns on the impulse of loRate it:

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Consolation
Charles Harpur
drag me farther from its lost belief. For solace therefore would I dive with Truth Into the depths Rate it:

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Consolation. (To M. Duperrier, Gentleman Of Aix In Provence, On The Death Of His Daughter)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
should I be content, As a censorious friend, to solace thine affliction By her disparagement. BRate it:

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Content and Rich
Robert Southwell
often proof, A temper'd calm I find To be most solace to itself, Best cure for angry mind. Spare dRate it:

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Coogee
Henry Kendall
the withered flower. Not that seasons bring no solace, not that time lacks light and rest; But theRate it:

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Daniel M'Cumber
Edgar Lee Masters
of her, And she turned to me for strength and solace. She was some kind of a crying thing One takesRate it:

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Death Of Zoe March
Mario William Vitale
Zoe had confessed she needed to be alone in her solace for their she remained an an hour had passeRate it:

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Destined To Be Dead . When God wants .
Nikhil Parekh
columns and crowns- or whether he found solace under the open roof of the unassailable sky; when niRate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Thirteenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
parliament, And debt, and what not, for their solace sent. And is there not religion, and reformRate it:

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