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Olney Hymn 49: True Pleasures
William Cowper
we owe to love Divine; Till our bosoms grateful swell, And eyes begin to shine. Those the comfoRate it:

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On A Distant View Of The Village And School Of The Harrow Hill
George Gordon Lord Byron
as Zanga, I trod on Alonzo o'erthrown; While, to swell my young pride, such applauses resounded, I Rate it:

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On A Sea Wall
Paul Laurence Dunbar
the softly shining sea That rolls this gentle swell Has snarled and licked its tongues at me And baRate it:

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On a Theme in the Greek Anthology
Alan Seeger
purpled o'er Thy tender clusters that begin To swell within The dewy vine-leaves' early screen Rate it:

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On Hearing Of The Intention Of A Gentleman To Purchase The Poet's Freedom
George Moses Horton
sweet return to Troy, When every Grecian bosom swell'd with joy. The silent harp which on the osieRate it:

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On Leaving A Place Of Residence
William Lisle Bowles
hours, Dead were I to the sympathies that swell The human breast! These woods, that whispering waveRate it:

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On Leaving Bath.
Mary Barber
with the richest Purple dy'd, But seldom swell the Heart with Pride, So, tho' the River--Gods, fromRate it:

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On Music
Walter Savage Landor
fingers with sweet voices play, And melodies swell, pause, and melt away, Mind how at every touch, Rate it:

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On Summer
George Moses Horton
in evening air; He feels the heat his bosom swell, Which drives away the gloom of fear. Thou noRate it:

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On The Death Of Mr. Viner
Thomas Parnell
dy'd. Oh that my Muse, as once his Notes, could swell! That I might all his Praises fully tell; ThaRate it:

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On The Death Of The Right Honourable The Lord Viscount Bayning
William Strode
Meeknesse, Modesty, These noble off-springs swell Thy Name as much, As Richards, Edwards, three, foRate it:

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On The Plains
Arthur Henry Adams
with no spray nor splash, Their green sails swell, and their brown oars flash; So, lost in two Rate it:

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On The Pleasures Of College Life
George Moses Horton
her florists well display, Whose lavish odours swell the pomp of May, Whose curling wreaths the sRate it:

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On the Sea
John Keats
around Desolate shores, and with its mighty swell Gluts twice ten thousand Caverns, till the spell Rate it:

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On The Truth Of The Saviour
George Moses Horton
command the fish increase, And loaves of barley swell-- Ye hungry eat, and hold your peace, And Rate it:

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On Æolus's Harp
James Thomson
chanting clear, and now they all conspire To swell the lofty hymn from praise to praise. Let me, yRate it:

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Only Mules
Katharine Lee Bates
much metal lost. And mourns the dollars gone to swell The monstrous bill of cost. Would that we hadRate it:

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Only You O! Beloved
Nikhil Parekh
far as my stomach could inflate; as I tried to swell it after deliberately taking in volumes of freRate it:

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Ordained
Ada Cambridge
tempered daylight smiles, And solemn music swells and falls Adown these stately aisles; Beneath thaRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 1
Ludovico Ariosto
lance and sword to fight, He led from Africa to swell his power; That other when he pushed, in feRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act II
John Keats
against the winter of thy sire, May burst, and swell, and flourish round thy brows, Maturing to a Rate it:

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Our Saviour’s Boyhood
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
of wondrous thoughts Each Christian breast must swell When, wandering back through ages past, With Rate it:

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Outer And Inner
George Meredith
red is one thin thread That flashing seems to swell. III My world I note ere fancy comes, MinutesRate it:

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Palmyra (1st Edition)
Thomas Love Peacock
responsive chords? Be his alone the song to swell, The all-transcendent praise to tell Of yon immorRate it:

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Palmyra (2nd Edition)
Thomas Love Peacock
laughed aloud, And music, with symphonious swell, Attuned to joy her festal shell, That here, amRate it:

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