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Idylls of the King: The Last Tournament (excerpt)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
her white arms Received, and after loved it tenderly, And named it Nestling; so forgot herselRate it:

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If...
Nobody Nose
how delicately - tenderly - she grabs his hand at 3:18 when his voice goes upward - that's the way Rate it:

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In April
Dollie Radford
feet are made To be so still, Whose breath stirs tenderly as wind-flowers laid In tremulous dreams Rate it:

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In memory of that excellent person Mrs. Mary Lloyd of Bodidrist in Denbigh-shire,
Katherine Philips
she did still appear So wisely kind, so tenderly severe, That they from her Rule and Example bRate it:

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Isabella or The Pot of Basil
John Keats
and dead, And straight all flush'd; so, lisped tenderly, "Lorenzo!"--here she ceas'd her timid quesRate it:

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Isabella; Or, The Pot Of Basil: A Story From Boccaccio
John Keats
and dead, And straight all flush'd; so, lisped tenderly, 'Lorenzo!'-here she ceas'd her timid questRate it:

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Jim the Splitter
Henry Kendall
much in the head; And let it be carefully, tenderly said, He never has analysed Homer. He can roarRate it:

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Kindness to Insects
Arthur Guiterman
for At once,' said I- and that is wherefore So tenderly I set that Wasp Upon a Purple Clover Knosp.Rate it:

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King Arthur's Tomb
William Morris
I sat behind, Would drop her hand and arm most tenderly, And touch my mouth. And she would let me wRate it:

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Kisses And The Rhythmic Principle
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
then, should he, perchance, press you tenderly to his biled shirt, and ultimately kiss you; No proRate it:

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Kitty McCrae - A Galloping Rhyme
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Brown eyes that glow with a changeful light, Tenderly trembling all the while Rate it:

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Lalla Ruk
Vasily Andreyevich Zhukovsky
shroud Screened her lovely face from view, Tenderly she did incline Her shy gazes toward thRate it:

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Lament
Arthur Henry Adams
sweet unborn child of mine! How thy life would tenderly Round thy mother's life entwine— HopeRate it:

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Lamia. Part II
John Keats
whisper’d he: “Why do you think?” return’d she tenderly: “You have deserted me;—where am I now? Rate it:

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Lay It Away
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
We will lay our summer away, my friend, So tenderly lay it away. It was bright and sweet to the very end, Like one long, golden day. Nothing sw...Rate it:

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Life Returning
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
flying freshly by On wings of mountain wind, or tenderly In links of visionary embraces clutchingRate it:

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Little Nell
Louisa May Alcott
deepened day by day. There in the church-yard, tenderly, Through quiet summer hours, Above the Rate it:

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Lorenzo De Lardy
William Schwenck Gilbert
gaze in her orbit of blue, Her hand he would tenderly squeeze, But the words of her tongue that he Rate it:

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Lost Kitten
Robert William Service
he, For with a huge and horny hand He stroked it tenderly. With wistful hope it gazed at him And aRate it:

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Love's Phases
Paul Laurence Dunbar
him and yield up your soul to his might, Tenderly pliant. None shall regret him who heed him arightRate it:

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Lover's Gifts XXVIII: I Dreamt
Rabindranath Tagore
I dreamt that she sat by my head, tenderly ruffling my hair with her fingers, playing the melody of her touch. I looked at her face and struggled w...Rate it:

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Malcolm's Katie: A Love Story - Part V.
Isabella Valancy Crawford
graves In some lov'd churchyard spot, It glances tenderly and waves, The dear 'Forget-me-not!' AndRate it:

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Mama never forgets her birds
Emily Dickinson
tree— She looks down just as often And just as tenderly As when her little mortal nest With cunningRate it:

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Marital Bliss
Nobody Nose
ecstatic as these... Where we love each other so tenderly And we hardly let go of one another WE kiRate it:

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Medjnoon in his Solitude
Louisa Stuart Costello
How lasting need I tell. Oh! I have lov'd thee tenderly— Too dearly love thee still! I feel thRate it:

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