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Andrew Marvell
Charles Harpur
stedfast columns that uphold Some awful temple, to thy duty were. How much thy story has eRate it:

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Andromeda Unfettered
Muriel Stuart
frustration! ANDROMEDA. Did God but build this temple for desire That man defraud my birthright wRate it:

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Angel King
Kurt Philip Behm
The book of Solomon the Temple Mount The ruler of winds —time can’t surmount (Villanova Pennsylvania: June, 2016)Rate it:

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Angels From the Realms of Glory
James Montgomery
and fear; Suddenly the Lord, descending, In His temple shall appear. Chorus 5. Sinners, wrung withRate it:

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Annunciation
Muriel Stuart
dumbly, terribly with Him, Within that burning temple day and night? What was it to have God thereRate it:

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Anton Martin Schweigaard (In The Church After The Funeral Oration)
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
O God, our want preventest; To raise the temple him Thou lentest, A spirit bright and pure and greRate it:

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Apostrophe to Nature
Victor Marie Hugo
Sacred mounts that heavenward climb, White as a temple-front, sublime; Old oaks that centuries' migRate it:

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Aquae Sulis
Thomas Hardy
this nave and aisle Close on the site of the temple I tenanted? 'The notes of your organ have thriRate it:

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At A Banquet Given To The Deputation Of The Swedish Riksdag To The Coronation, In Trondhjem, July 17
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
fought; 't is now our call To raise for them a temple-hall, Fair freedom's dome. List to the NorthRate it:

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At San Giovanni Del Lago
Alfred Austin
baffle God, Christ lived and grew, And in the temple taught. She raised her hands to suit the rhymRate it:

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At Stonehenge
Katharine Lee Bates
from oversea, till child more bold Tumbled their temple down with foot defiant. Upon your fatal altRate it:

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Autumn: Friday Morning
John Bowring
and nations from the tents of sin To virtue's temple. O how calm, how great, A death like this!-ComRate it:

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Bad Days
Boris Pasternak
secretly searching for proofs. The lords of the Temple let scoundrels Pass judgement, and those whRate it:

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Banquet Night
Rudyard Kipling
what he hasn't been born. And, as touching the Temple, I hold and profess We are Fellow-Craftsmen-nRate it:

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Basil Moss
Henry Kendall
battle in this fair young land, A Levite in the Temple Beautiful Of Art, who struggled hard, but foRate it:

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Be Kind When You Can
Eliza Cook
harvest-sun light. Stone by stone builds the temple that rises in glory, Inch by inch grows the chRate it:

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Bermudas
Andrew Marvell
our coast. And in these Rocks for us did frame A Temple, where to sound his Name. Oh let our Voice Rate it:

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Bill the Bullock-Driver
Henry Kendall
Bill for the ruin of lands, Or the quarrels of temple and throne, So long as the whip that he holdsRate it:

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Bird Parliament (translation of)
Edward Fitzgerald
as bright as Day. And the Saint wondering such a Temple were, And so lit up, and scarce one worshipRate it:

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Blest are the pure in heart
John Keble
blessing be; Give us a pure and lowly heart, A temple meet for Thee. Rate it:

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Boadicea
Alfred Lord Tennyson
by blood to be satiated. Lo the palaces and the temple, lo the colony Camulodune! There they ruled,Rate it:

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Book Second [School-Time Continued]
William Wordsworth
the adventure's bound Were distant: some famed temple where of yore The Druids worshipped, or the Rate it:

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Boscastle Waterfall and Quarry
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
hand, In proud array. One fronts me now, a temple beautiful, Touched by the light Which has so muchRate it:

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Breitmann In Forty-Eight
Charles Godfrey Leland
vent de vork of years, Ash de pillars of deir temple Ge-crashed like splintered speers; Und o'erRate it:

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C'était alors que le présent des dieux
Joachim du Bellay
les cieux : Puis m'écria : Vois, dit-il, et contemple Tout ce qui est compris sous ce grand templeRate it:

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