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If a Daughter You Have
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
us, With letters and lovers for ever they vex us, While each still rejects the fair suitor you've bRate it:

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If I To You But Sorry Bring
Alfred Austin
earth, And neither wave, nor sun, nor sky, Vex me with its untimely mirth? Have I not known what 'tRate it:

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Instans Tyrannus
Robert Browning
debate! ``But the small turns the great ``If it vexes you,---that is the thing! ``Toad or rat vex tRate it:

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James Lionel Michael
Henry Kendall
deep. Let no wayward word or thought Vex his sleep. Peace—the peace that no man knows— Rate it:

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Keepe On Your Maske (Version for his Mistress)
William Strode
not shew: Those azure paths lead to despaire, O vex me not, forbear, forbear; For while I thus in tRate it:

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Keepe On Your Maske And Hide Your Eye
William Strode
not showe; Their azure paths lead to dispaire, O vex me not, forbeare, forbeare; For while I thus iRate it:

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Leaves from Australian Forests (12 Sonnets)
Henry Kendall
woodlands some soft compromise, Lest they should vex me into fruitless sighs With visions of a womaRate it:

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Lines Addressed To A Young Lady
George Gordon Lord Byron
alarms. Surely some envious demon's force, Vex'd to behold such beauty here, Impell'd the bulleRate it:

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Lines Written on the Sea-Coast
Mary Darby Robinson
the howlings of the direful blast. O'er the vex'd deep the vivid sulphur flies, The jarring elemeRate it:

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Lines written under the Conviction That It Is Not Wise to Read Mathematics in November after One’s Fire Is Out
James Clerk Maxwell
melancholy. Thus he ends his helpless days, Vex’t with thoughts of former praise -- Tell me, howRate it:

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Living Remembrance
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
HALF vex'd, half pleased, thy love will feel, Shouldst thou her knot or ribbon steal; To thee they're much--I won't conceal; Such self-deceit may ...Rate it:

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Love Disarmed
Matthew Prior
Harm was meant, and Harm to Me. Vain Fears that vex thy Virgin Heart! I'll give Thee up my Bow andRate it:

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Love, Death, And Reputation
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Nymph perplex'd, Where no Forms the Shepherd vex'd; Where Himself shou'd be the Care, Of the FonRate it:

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Lover In All Shapes
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
be, Full of mischievous glee; If aught came to vex thee, I'd plague and perplex thee. An ape I woulRate it:

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Malcolm's Katie: A Love Story - Part II.
Isabella Valancy Crawford
phantom waters breaking overhead, Shades of vex'd billows bursting on his breast, Torn caves of misRate it:

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Man's Injustice Towards Providence
Anne Kingsmill Finch
Christ'ning drest, Put down the Court, and vex the City-Guest. Grinning Malottos in true Ermin stRate it:

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Mary smith
Eugene Field
gentle wife, there is no need a pang should vex your heart-- 'T is many years since fate ordained tRate it:

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Mater Christianorum, Ora Pro Nobis
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
care; When earth’s voices for a season My vex’d spirit have left free— Still, dear Mother, near me Rate it:

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Merope
Henry Kendall
above all art an alien, Girt with the halos that vex thee, and wrapt in a grief beyond name. Yet saRate it:

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Midnight Mass for the Dying Year
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
who crieth In the wilderness alone, "Vex not his ghost!" Then comes, with an awful roar, Rate it:

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Musings On A Landscape Of Gaspar Poussin
Robert Southey
world, Its vanities and vices would not vex My quiet heart. The traveller, who beheld The low towerRate it:

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My Lady Nature and her Daughters
John Henry Newman
stealth her dew's kind tears; Cheating sage's vex'd pursuit, Churns the sap, matures the fruit, Rate it:

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My Napoleon
Victor Marie Hugo
her journeymen—self moulded. Let sordid jailers vex their prize; But only bends that blow to lightnRate it:

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Night
Victor James Daley
Burden of cities, mad turmoil of men, That vex the daylight—she forgets them then. Her breasts Rate it:

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Night Piece
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
swaying, Life with mouselike pitter-patter, Why vex me, what are you saying? Boring whispers what Rate it:

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