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Eclogue
John Donne
ALLOPHANES. UNSEASONABLE man, statue of ice, What could to countries solitude entice Thee, in this year's cold and decrepit time ? Nature's i...Rate it:

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Edmund Pollard
Edgar Lee Masters
I would I had thrust my hands of flesh Into the disk-flowers bee-infested, Into the mirror-like core of fire Of the light of life, the sun of delig...Rate it:

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Edom O' Gordon
Andrew Lang
It fell about the Martinmas, When the wind blew shrill and cauld, Said Edom o' Gordon to his men,-- 'We maun draw to a hald. 'And whatna hald sha...Rate it:

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Edward
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
HEAVY is my trembling heart, mine own love, my dearest, Heavy as the hearts whose love is poured in vain; All the bright day I watch till thou ap...Rate it:

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Ego - the Separation of Self
Jesus Penaranda
Ego- the Separation Self: What human problem can we not easily solve if no one’s ego is involved? Ego is the root of our social and personal proble...Rate it:

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Egotism
Jane Taylor
YE powers fantastic ! goblin, sylph and fay, Whose subtle forms no laws material sway ; Ethereal essences, that dart and glide Wherever pleasure or...Rate it:

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Eight Sunday After Trinity
John Keble
Prophet of God, arise and take With thee the words of wrath divine, The scourge of Heaven, to shake O'er yon apostate shrine. Where Angels dow...Rate it:

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El Harith
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Lightly took she her leave of me, Asmá--u, went no whit as a guest who outstays a welcome; Went forgetting our trysts, Burkát Shemmá--u, all the jo...Rate it:

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El Wuish
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
El Wuish a small harbour on the Arabian coast of the Red Sea. The intricacies of a great and almost unbroken extent of coral reefs, renders the nav...Rate it:

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Eland’s River
George Essex Evans
IT WAS on the fourth of August, as five hundred of us lay In the camp at Eland’s River, came a shell from De La Rey— We were dreaming of home faces...Rate it:

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Electric kingdom
Mario William Vitale
Isn't it a pity when you hate the city So no damn good with snake pit lion's den you need someone to be your friend Like Mickey Mouse ...Rate it:

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Elegy III. Anno Aet. 17. On The Death Of The Bishop Of Winchester (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Silent I sat, dejected, and alone, Making in thought the public woes my own, When, first, arose the image in my breast Of England's sufferings by t...Rate it:

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Elegy IV. Anno Aet. 18. To My Tutor, Thomas Young, Chaplain Of The English Merchants Resident At Hamburg (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Hence, my epistle--skim the Deep--fly o'er Yon smooth expanse to the Teutonic shore! Haste--lest a friend should grieve for thy delay-- And the God...Rate it:

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Elegy On Partridge
Jonathan Swift
Well; 'tis as Bickerstaff has guess'd, Though we all took it for a jest: Partridge is dead; nay more, he died Ere he could prove the good 'squire l...Rate it:

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Elegy V: His Picture
John Donne
Here take my picture; though I bid farewell Thine, in my heart, where my soul dwells, shall dwell. 'Tis like me now, but I dead, 'twill be more Whe...Rate it:

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Elegy VIII. He Describes His Early Love of Poetry, and Its Consequences
William Shenstone
To Mr. Graves, 1745. Ah me! what envious magic thins my fold? What mutter'd spell retards their late increase? Such lessening fleeces must the swa...Rate it:

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Elegy X: The Dream
John Donne
Image of her whom I love, more than she, Whose fair impression in my faithful heart Makes me her medal, and makes her love me, As Kings do coins, t...Rate it:

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Elegy XII
John Donne
COME Fates ; I fear you not ! All whom I owe Are paid, but you ; then 'rest me ere I go. But Chance from you all sovereignty hath got ; Love wounde...Rate it:

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Elegy XVI: The Expostulation
John Donne
TO make the doubt clear, that no woman's true, Was it my fate to prove it strong in you? Thought I, but one had breathèd purest air ; And must she ...Rate it:

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Elegy XVIII: Love's Progress
John Donne
Who ever loves, if he do not propose The right true end of love, he's one that goes To sea for nothing but to make him sick. Love is a bear-whelp b...Rate it:

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Elegy XX (Alternate) Love's War
John Donne
Till I have peace with thee, warr other Men, And when I have peace, can I leave thee then? All other Warrs are scrupulous; Only thou 0 fayr free...Rate it:

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Elegy XXIII. Reflections Suggested By His Situation
William Shenstone
Born near the scene for Kenelm's fate renown'd, I take my plaintive reed, and range the grove, And raise my lay, and bid the rocks resound The sava...Rate it:

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Elemental Drifts
Walt Whitman
ELEMENTAL drifts! How I wish I could impress others as you have just been impressing me! As I ebb'd with an ebb of the ocean of...Rate it:

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Eleu Loro
Sir Walter Scott
Where shall the lover rest Whom the fates sever From his true maiden’s breast Parted for ever? Where, through groves deep and high Sounds the ...Rate it:

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Ellen McJones Aberdeen
William Schwenck Gilbert
MACPHAIRSON CLONGLOCKETTY ANGUS McCLAN Was the son of an elderly labouring man; You've guessed him a Scotchman, shrewd reader, at sight, And p'r'ap...Rate it:

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