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If your Nerve, deny you
Emily Dickinson
can lean against the Grave, If he fear to swerve— That's a steady posture— Never any bend Held of Rate it:

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In the Stable
Andrew Barton Paterson
Never a foot to the right or the left did he swerve in his stride, Awkward and frightened, but hoRate it:

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Invocation
Ambrose Bierce
perfect purpose serve: The needle, howsoe'er it swerve, Still warranting the sailor's trust,- God,Rate it:

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Jerusalem Delivered - Book 02 - part 02
Torquato Tasso
hardiment, From maiden shame yet was she loth to swerve: Yet had her courage ta'en so sure a hold, Rate it:

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Lines Written Among The Euganean Hills
Percy Bysshe Shelley
little living nerve That from bitter words did swerve Round the tortured lips and brow, Are like saRate it:

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Mesmerism
Robert Browning
Of the veils I reach To her soul and never swerve, Knitting an iron nerve--- XI. Command her soRate it:

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Mulga Bill's Bicycle
Andrew Barton Paterson
whistle through the air and plunge and buck and swerve. It's safe at rest in Dead Man's Creek, we'Rate it:

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On a fateful day, an unlucky time
Boris Pasternak
deaf or too blue, And the shine on the frozen swerve of the road's A reply to that pleading 'HellooRate it:

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One Sided
Nikhil Parekh
it when it was slippery; fomented the cars to swerve wildly and collide thunderously with each otheRate it:

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Outer And Inner
George Meredith
so low the stillness hums, My springs of seeing swerve, For half a wink to thrill and think The wooRate it:

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Part I: Visions in the Smoke
Adam Lindsay Gordon
to the cannon's mouth they stride, With never a swerve nor a shy, Oh ! the minutes of yonder maddenRate it:

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Pebbles
Herman Melville
Voice, pitched in far monotone, Shall it swerve? shall it deviate ever? The Seas have inspired it, Rate it:

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Possession
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
law From which no soul can ever sway or swerve, We have that in us which will draw Whate'er we nRate it:

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Psalm 81
John Milton
Jacobs God, to hold From whence they might not swerve. This he a Testimony ordain'd In Joseph, not Rate it:

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Saltbush Bill's Gamecock
Andrew Barton Paterson
the hand of Fate That caused his waggon to swerve aside and shatter old Stingy's gate; And being Rate it:

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Sonnet 5: It Is Most True
Sir Philip Sidney
part Ought to be king, from whose rules who do swerve, Rebles to Nature, strive for their own smaRate it:

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Sonnet V: It Is Most True
Sir Philip Sidney
part Ought to be king, from whose rules who do swerve, Rebles to Nature, strive for their own smaRate it:

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St. Luke
John Keble
his Christ-like chain; No fear lest he should swerve or faint; "His life is Christ, his death is Rate it:

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Stafford Henry Northcote
Alfred Austin
days When men from plain straight duty twist and swerve, And, born to nobly sway, ignobly serve, SlRate it:

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Stick In The Mud
Mario William Vitale
deals in the fade to black notion of reality we swerve to release are final testament eyes today Rate it:

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The Battle of Bannockburn
William Topaz McGonagall
the reserve, Determined to conquer, but never to swerve, And by his side were brave Kirkpatrick andRate it:

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The Brain, within its Groove
Emily Dickinson
Groove Runs evenly—and true— But let a Splinter swerve— 'Twere easier for You— To put a Current baRate it:

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The Brook-Song
James Whitcomb Riley
a happy look-- Such a very merry manner, as you swerve and curve and crook-- And your ripples, one Rate it:

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THE DOOM OF A CITY PART II: THE CITY
James Thomson
royal day Those amber-vested hills began to swerve; And soon a lofty Pharos, gleaming white UponRate it:

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The Eel Pie
La Fontaine
to observe; You from it surely have not cause to swerve; You cannot plead that you for beauty pine Rate it:

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