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Angelic Love
George Meredith
dry yearning drouth Buds the rich dewy mouth - Tenderly uplifted, Like two rose-leaves drifted DownRate it:

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Last Love
Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
O, how in our waning days We love more tenderly and more obsessively. . . Shine on, shine on, the parting rays Of our last love, our setting sun...Rate it:

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Baby Bell
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
vine Held out its cups of fairy wine. How tenderly the twilights fell! Oh, earth was full of singinRate it:

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'The Frost-King' Song 1
Louisa May Alcott
O plead with gentle words for us, And whisper tenderly Of generous love to that cold heart, AndRate it:

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A Destiny
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
kind arms that shrinking form to catch, Which tenderly about his neck she wound, As in the first Rate it:

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A Florilegium
Alfred Austin
mount your stair To the chamber where you sit, Tenderly awaiting it. IV Then, when gorgeous SummerRate it:

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A Girl's Song
Katharine Tynan
Meuse; Tread lightly all ye browsing sheep; Fall tenderly, O silver dews, For here my dear Love lieRate it:

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A Girl’s Day Dream And Its Fulfilment
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
sorrows deep it hath borne a part; Speak to me tenderly as of yore, Let thy kiss rest on my brow onRate it:

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A Hunting Song
Adam Lindsay Gordon
on us smile? For beauty's fond caresses can most tenderly repay The weariness and trouble of many aRate it:

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A June Day
John Todhunter
And laps the sultry leas, and seems to brood Tenderly o'er those hazed hills far away. The air iRate it:

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A poor—torn heart—a tattered heart
Emily Dickinson
that way This dusty heart espied— Tenderly took it up from toil And carried it to God— There—sandalRate it:

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A Soldiers Funeral
John William Streets
babble by his side. No splendour, yet we lay him tenderly To rest, his requiem the artillery. Rate it:

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A Song (#3)
Paul Laurence Dunbar
to lily, Rose unto rose; My love to thy love Tenderly grows. Rend not the oak and the ivy in twain,Rate it:

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A Song (#3)
Paul Laurence Dunbar
to lily, Rose unto rose; My love to thy love Tenderly grows. Rend not the oak and the ivy in twain,Rate it:

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A Thought For A Lonely Death-Bed
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
from thee,-- Pray then alone, ' O Christ, come tenderly ! By thy forsaken Sonship in the red Drear Rate it:

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A Walk at Sunset
William Cullen Bryant
hues, The memory of the brave who passed away Tenderly mingled;--fitting hour to muse On such graveRate it:

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A Woman's Shortcomings
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
is far, At the voice of an in-door singer. Bask tenderly beneath tender eyes; Glance lightly, on thRate it:

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A Year and a Day
Elizabeth Eleanor Siddal
up my wasted face And folds me in its bed Tenderly and lovingly Like grass above the dead. Dim Rate it:

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Admetus: To my friend, Ralph Waldo Emerson
Emma Lazarus
— in truth a maid. On a low bank she fondled tenderly A favorite hound, her floral face inclined AbRate it:

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Alone
Sydney Thompson Dobell
small wind from the sea, It came the fourth time tenderly to me; To me, to me, Sitting by the sea, Rate it:

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An Epitaph for a Husbandman
Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
them long And with them bore his part, Tenderly now they throng About his heart. Rate it:

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An Indian Mother About to Destroy Her Child
James Montgomery
laid it down in that untimely grave, As tenderly as though 'twere rock'd to sleep With songs of lovRate it:

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Andrea del Sarto
Robert Browning
small hand When next it takes mine. Will it? tenderly? Oh, I'll content him,--but to-morrow, Love! Rate it:

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Answers In A Game Of Questions
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
in old times or not. THE EXPERIENCED. Tenderly a woman view, And thoult win her, take my word; HRate it:

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At Broad Ripple
James Whitcomb Riley
by, Forever sweet to ear and eye, Forever tenderly begun -- Forever new and never done. Thus luRate it:

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