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1897
Christopher John Brennan
turn, when the day's garish world too long hath vex'd my sight, and bare my limbs where the greatRate it:

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A Dialogue Between The Soul And Body
Andrew Marvell
Madness does perplex: Or Sorrow's other Madness vex. Which Knowledge forces me to know; And Memory Rate it:

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A Holiday
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
(musing) She has not meant to wound me, nor to vex – Zounds! but ‘tis difficult to please the sex.Rate it:

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A May Night on the Mountains
Henry Lawson
resembles Nature least, And the things that vex her most. Oh, say, some muse of a larger star, SoRate it:

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet I
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
killed a cat, and I have cares at home, Which vex me nightly and disturb my bed. The things I love Rate it:

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A Pastoral Dialogue - I
Anne Killigrew
thy Sex, Whose Pride it is, the doting World to vex; Spreading their Universal Nets to take Who eRate it:

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A poem, on the rising glory of America
Hugh Henry Brackenridge
Bold Hudson stemming to the pole, thro' seas Vex'd with continual storms, thro' the cold strains,Rate it:

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A Prayer
Lord Alfred Douglas
strong, O friend, be strong, put off vain fears, Vex not they soul with doubts, God cannot lie ' : Rate it:

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A Prayer in Darkness
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
of wrath, Thank God my tears will never vex a moth, Nor any curse of mine cut down a flower.Rate it:

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A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The Whit
Richard Lovelace
SCHOLARSHIP. You'd smile to see, how he do's vex and shake, Speakes naught; but, if the PROLOGUERate it:

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A Prologue To The Scholars. A Comaedy Presented At The White Fryers
Richard Lovelace
SCHOLARSHIP. You'd smile to see, how he do's vex and shake, Speakes naught; but, if the PROLOGUERate it:

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A Song from Shakespeare's Cymbeline Sung by Guiderus and Ar
William Taylor Collins
No wailing ghost shall dare appear, To vex with shrieks this quiet grove: But shepherd lRate it:

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A Vision Out West
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
drooping disc an answer to the thoughts that vex: Ponder it well, and never risk the substance forRate it:

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A Voyager's Dream Of Land
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
waves!–the ceaseless roar! Silence, ye billows! vex my soul no more. There's a spring in the woodRate it:

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A Woman’s Sonnets: V
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
mix their pure life's waters with my wine, To vex the dead, dear dead, in their new peace With knowRate it:

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A Woman’s Sonnets: XI
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
it from you fearing your reproof; I would not vex your life's high aim and plan With my poor woman'Rate it:

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Aileen
Henry Kendall
Jasper sky -- The balmy hills of Myrrh. "Why vex me with delicious hints Of fairest face, and rRate it:

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Alf’s Eighth Bit
Ezra Pound
Vex not thou the banker's mind (His what?) with a show of sense, Vex it not, Willie, his mind, Or pierce its pretence On the supposition that it ev...Rate it:

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Alphonso Of Castile
Ralph Waldo Emerson
one; With. science poorly mask their hurt, And vex the gods with question pert, Immensely curious wRate it:

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Although I put away his life
Emily Dickinson
World, will have its own—to do— The Dust, will vex your Fame— The Cold will force your tightest doRate it:

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Amphion
Alfred Lord Tennyson
take the showers as they fall, I will not vex my bosom: Enough if at the end of all Rate it:

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An Allegory On Man
Thomas Parnell
With Care I let the Creature stay: Let Bus'ness vex him, Av'rice blind, Let Doubt and Knowledge raRate it:

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An Epistle To Fleetwood Shephard, Esq.
Matthew Prior
footman brought out fifty lies; Till, patience vex'd, and legs grown weary, I thought it was in vaiRate it:

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An Invective Written By Mr. George Chapman Against Mr. Ben Jonson
George Chapman
nothing good comes with thy thrice-vex'd call, Comest thou not yet, nor yet? O no, nor yet; Yet areRate it:

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An Ode To Fortune
Eugene Field
a funeral The tillers of the soil and they that vex the seas, Confessing thee supreme, on bended knRate it:

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