Emily Dickinson

(10 December 1830 – 15 May 1886 / Amherst / Massachusetts)

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1 "Hope" is the thing with feathers 382
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2 "Faith" is a fine invention 114
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3 "Why do I love" You, Sir? 72
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4 "Heaven"—is what I cannot reach! 64
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5 Success is Counted Sweetest 47
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6 "Heaven" has different Signs—to me 46
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7 Fame is a bee 43
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8 'Arcturus' is his other name 41
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9 I Died For Beauty 27
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10 You love me—you are sure 26
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11 "Houses"—so the Wise Men tell me 25
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12 "I want"—it pleaded—All its life 24
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13 "Nature" is what we see 24
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14 The Brain—is wider than the Sky 24
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15 You cannot put a Fire out 23
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16 Sic transit gloria mundi 22
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17 You said that I 21
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18 "Morning"—means "Milking"—to the Farmer 20
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19 Within my Garden, rides a Bird 20
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20 Woodpecker, The 20
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21 Your Riches—taught me—Poverty 20
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22 Within my reach! 19
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23 You're right— 18
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24 A Book 17
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25 Tell all the Truth but tell it slant 17
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26 A Bird Came Down 16
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27 I'm nobody! Who are you? 15
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28 There's a certain Slant of light (258) 15
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29 You Taught Me Waiting With Myself 15
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30 After great pain, a formal feeling comes -- (341) 14
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31 Because I could not stop for Death (712) 14
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32 'Speech'—is a prank of Parliament 14
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33 Will there really be a "Morning"? 14
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34 You know that Portrait in the Moon 14
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35 Apparently with no Surprise 13
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36 We Grow Accustomed to the Dark 13
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37 Why do I love You, Sir? 13
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38 "Unto Me?" I do not know you 12
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39 Ample make this bed. 12
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40 There is another sky 11
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41 I like a look of Agony 10
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42 I like to see it lap the miles, 10
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43 Train 10
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44 Wild Nights—Wild Nights! 10
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45 We learned the Whole of Love 9
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46 While it is alive 9
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47 You'll find—it when you try to die 9
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48 That I did always love 8
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49 The cricket sang, 8
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50 Would you like summer? Taste of ours 8
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51 You constituted Time 8
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52 Bee! I'm expecting you! 7
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53 Good Morning—Midnight 7
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54 I’ll tell you how the sun rose 7
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55 That Distance was between Us 7
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56 There is no frigate like a book 7
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57 Water, is taught by thirst 7
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58 Where I have lost, I softer tread 7
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59 Where Thou art—that—is Home 7
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60 Who occupies this House? 7
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61 Without this—there is nought 7
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62 Wolfe demanded during dying 7
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63 You love the Lord—you cannot see 7
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64 You see I cannot see—your lifetime 7
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65 It struck me every day 6
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66 Nature the gentlest mother is 6
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67 The Moon was but a Chin of Gold 6
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68 There's something quieter than sleep 6
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69 To fight aloud, is very brave 6
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70 Victory comes late 6
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71 Who Giants know, with lesser Men 6
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72 Who never lost, are unprepared 6
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73 You'll know Her—by Her Foot 6
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74 After Great Pain, A Formal Feeling Comes 5
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75 Because the Bee may blameless hum 5
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76 Bring me the sunset in a cup 5
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77 Faith—is the Pierless Bridge 5
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78 How happy is the little Stone 5
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79 I dwell in Possibility 5
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80 I never felt at Home—Below 5
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81 If I can stop one heart from breaking, 5
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82 In Winter in my Room 5
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83 My life closed twice before its close; 5
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84 She rose to His Requirement 5
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85 Snow flakes 5
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86 Tell All The Truth 5
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87 The Soul Selects Her Own Society 5
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88 There is a word 5
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89 'Tis not that Dying hurts us so 5
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90 To be alive—is Power 5
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91 To die 5
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92 To interrupt His Yellow Plan 5
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93 To love thee Year by Year 5
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94 To my quick ear the Leaves—conferred 5
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95 We pray—to Heaven 5
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96 What shall I do when the Summer troubles 5
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97 When Night is almost done 5
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98 When One has given up One's life 5
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99 When Roses cease to bloom, Sir 5
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100 Whether my bark went down at sea 5
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101 Why make it doubt—it hurts it so 5
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102 Will there really be a 5
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103 As if the Sea should part 4
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104 By The Sea 4
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105 Chartless 4
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106 Come Slowly 4
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107 Forever—it composed of Nows 4
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108 Her breast is fit for pearls 4
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109 Home 4
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110 I measure every Grief I meet (561) 4
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111 I stepped from plank to plank 4
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112 It Dropped So Low -- In My Regard -- 4
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113 It sifts from Leaden Sieves 4
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114 My River runs to thee 4
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115 She slept beneath a tree 4
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116 Some Keep the Sabbath Going to Church 4
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117 The Test of Love—is Death 4
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118 The Veins of other Flowers 4
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119 The Wind begun to knead the Grass 4
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120 The World—feels Dusty 4
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121 There is a morn by men unseen 4
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122 There is a pain—so utter 4
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123 These are the days when Birds come back 4
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124 Those fair—fictitious People 4
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125 Three times—we parted—Breath—and I 4
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126 Through the Dark Sod—as Education 4
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127 'Tis One by One — the Father counts 4
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128 'Tis Opposites—entice 4
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129 To die—takes just a little while 4
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130 To know just how He suffered—would be dear 4
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131 To make a prairie (1755) 4
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132 To this World she returned 4
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133 To wait an Hour—is long 4
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134 Too little way the House must lie 4
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135 Unable are the Loved to die 4
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136 Unto my Books—so good to turn 4
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137 We lose—because we win 4
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138 We met as Sparks—Diverging Flints 4
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139 We outgrow love, like other things 4
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140 We should not mind so small a flower 4
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141 What is— 4
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142 When I count the seeds 4
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143 When I have seen the Sun emerge 4
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144 Whose cheek is this? 4
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145 Why—do they shut Me out of Heaven? 4
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146 With thee, in the Desert 4
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147 A Charm invests a face 3
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148 A Cloud withdrew from the Sky 3
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149 A long, long sleep, a famous sleep 3
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150 A Secret told 3
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151 A Shade upon the mind there passes 3
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152 A toad can die of light! 3
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153 Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? 3
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154 An everywhere of silver 3
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155 Angels, in the early morning 3
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156 At least—to pray—is left—is left 3
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157 Awake ye muses nine, sing me a strain divine 3
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158 Before you thought of spring, 3
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159 Death is a Dialogue between 3
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160 Death Leaves Us homesick, Who Behind 3
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161 Essential Oils—are wrung 3
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162 Going to him! Happy letter! Tell him-- 3
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163 He fumbles at your Soul 3
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164 How happy I was if I could forget 3
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165 I felt a Funeral, in my Brain (280) 3
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166 I know some lonely Houses off the Road 3
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167 I many times thought Peace had come 3
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168 I years had been from home, 3
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169 If this is "fading" 3
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170 It was given to me by the Gods 3
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171 Much Madness is divinest Sense 3
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172 One and One—are One 3
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173 Perhaps you'd like to buy a flower 3
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174 She dealt her pretty words like Blades 3
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175 Some things that fly there be 3
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176 Speech—is a prank of Parliament— 3
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177 Such is the Force of Happiness 3
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178 Suspense—is Hostiler than Death 3
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179 The Battle fought between the Soul 3
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180 The bustle in a house 3
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181 The feet of people walking home 3
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182 The last Night that She lived 3
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183 The Robin is the One 3
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184 The thought beneath so slight a film 3
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185 The Trees like Tassels—hit—and swung 3
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186 The Truth—is stirless 3
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187 The World—feels Dusty 3
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188 The World—stands—solemner—to me 3
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189 There came a Day at Summer's full 3
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190 There is a Languor of the Life 3
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191 There is a Shame of Nobleness 3
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192 There is an arid Pleasure 3
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193 There's been a death in the opposite house 3
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194 These tested Our Horizon 3
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195 They dropped like flakes 3
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196 They have a little Odor—that to me 3
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197 They say that 'time assuages, 3
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198 This is a Blossom of the Brain 3
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199 Through lane it lay—through bramble 3
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200 Through the strait pass of suffering 3
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201 'Tis little I—could care for Pearls 3
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202 'Tis so appalling—it exhilarates 3
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203 'Tis true—They shut me in the Cold 3
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204 To fill a Gap 3
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205 To hang our head—ostensibly 3
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206 To hear an Oriole sing 3
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207 To learn the Transport by the Pain 3
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208 To lose one's faith—surpass 3
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209 To make One's Toilette—after Death 3
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210 To my quick ear the leaves conferred; 3
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211 To my small Hearth His fire came 3
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212 To own the Art within the Soul 3
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213 To venerate the simple days 3
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214 Two butterflies went out at noon 3
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215 Wait till the Majesty of Death 3
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216 We dream—it is good we are dreaming 3
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217 What if I say I shall not wait! 3
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218 When Diamonds are a Legend 3
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219 When I was small, a Woman died 3
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220 When Katie walks, this simple pair accompany her side 3
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221 Where bells no more affright the morn 3
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222 Where Ships of Purple—gently toss 3
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223 While Asters— 3
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224 Who Court obtain within Himself 3
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225 Whose are the little beds, I asked 3
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226 Why—do they shut Me out of Heaven? 3
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227 You left me—Sire—two Legacies 3
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228 You'll know it—as you know 'tis Noon 3
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229 A happy lip—breaks sudden 2
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230 A loss of something ever felt I 2
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231 A Murmur in the Trees—to note 2
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232 A sepal, petal, and a thorn 2
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233 A throe upon the features 2
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234 A Wife—at daybreak I shall be 2
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235 Abraham to Kill Him 2
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236 An altered look about the hills 2
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237 An awful Tempest mashed the air 2
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238 An English Breeze 2
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239 Apology for Her 2
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240 As imperceptibly as Grief 2
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241 Away from Home are some and I— 2
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242 Bird 2
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243 Come slowly—Eden! 2
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244 Doom is the House without the Door 2
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245 Dropped into the Ether Acre 2
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246 From Cocoon forth a Butterfly 2
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247 Funny—to be a Century 2
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248 Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt! 2
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249 Grief is a Mouse 2
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250 He who in Himself believes 2
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251 Hope is the thing with feathers 2
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252 I felt my life with both my hands 2
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253 I live with Him—I see His face 2
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254 I Never Saw a Moor 2
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255 I shall keep singing! 2
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256 I took my Power in my Hand 2
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257 I tried to think a lonelier Thing 2
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258 I went to heaven,-- 2
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259 I would not paint—a picture 2
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260 In falling Timbers buried 2
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261 It dropped so low in my regard 2
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262 It was a Grave, yet bore no Stone 2
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263 It's like the Light 2
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264 I've nothing else—to bring, You know 2
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265 Love—is that Later Thing than Death 2
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266 My friend attacks my friend! 2
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267 My friend must be a Bird 2
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268 My Life had stood—a Loaded Gun 2
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269 My Reward for Being, was This 2
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270 Nature and God—I neither knew 2
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271 Nature is what we see— 2
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272 Nature, the gentlest mother, 2
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273 Never for Society 2
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274 Nobody knows this little Rose 2
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275 She dwelleth in the Ground 2
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276 Soil of Flint, if steady tilled 2
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277 Spring is the Period 2
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278 Strong Draughts of Their Refreshing Minds 2
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279 Struck, was I, not yet by Lightning 2
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280 The Child's faith is new 2
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281 The Doomed—regard the Sunrise 2
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282 The Loneliness One dare not sound 2
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283 The Love a Life can show Below 2
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284 The Mountains—grow unnoticed 2
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285 The Mystery of Pain 2
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286 The Only News I know 2
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287 The Railway Train 2
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288 The Robin's my Criterion for Tune 2
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289 The Rose did caper on her cheek 2
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290 The Soul that hath a Guest 2
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291 The Soul's Superior instants 2
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292 The Spider holds a Silver Ball 2
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293 The Sun and Moon must make their haste 2
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294 The Sun—just touched the Morning 2
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295 The Sunset stopped on Cottages 2
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296 The Tint I cannot take—is best 2
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297 The Way I read a Letter's—this 2
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298 The White Heat 2
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299 The Whole of it came not at once 2
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300 The wind begun to rock the grass 2
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301 The Wind didn't come from the Orchard—today 2
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302 The wind tapped like a tired man, 2
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303 The Winters are so short 2
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304 The Woodpecker 2
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305 The World—stands—solemner—to me 2
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306 The Zeroes—taught us—Phosphorous 2
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307 Their Height in Heaven comforts not 2
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308 There are two Ripenings—one—of sight 2
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309 There came a Wind like a Bugle 2
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310 There is a finished feeling 2
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311 There is a flower that Bees prefer 2
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312 There is a June when Corn is cut 2
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313 These—saw Visions 2
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314 They ask but our Delight 2
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315 They called me to the Window, for 2
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316 'They Have Not Chosen Me,' He Said 2
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317 They have not chosen me, he said, 2
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318 They leave us with the Infinite 2
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319 They put Us far apart 2
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320 They Shut Me Up in Prose 2
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321 This Dust, and its Feature 2
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322 This heart that broke so long 2
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323 Tie the strings to my life, my Lord, 2
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324 Till Death—is narrow Loving 2
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325 'Tis Anguish grander than Delight 2
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326 'Tis customary as we part 2
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327 'Tis good—the looking back on Grief 2
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328 'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy! 2
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329 'Tis Sunrise—Little Maid—Hast Thou 2
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330 To offer brave assistance 2
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331 To One denied the drink 2
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332 To put this World down, like a Bundle 2
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333 Triumph—may be of several kinds 2
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334 Truth—is as old as God 2
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335 Twas Crisis—All the length had passed 2
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336 'Twas Love—not me 2
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337 Two Travellers perishing in Snow 2
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338 Unfulfilled to Observation 2
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339 Unto Me? I do not know you— 2
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340 Upon Concluded Lives 2
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341 We can but follow to the Sun 2
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342 We Cover Thee—Sweet Face 2
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343 We like march, his shoes are purple, 2
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344 We play at paste, 2
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345 We see—Comparatively 2
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346 We talked as Girls do 2
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347 Went up a year this evening! 2
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348 What shall I do—it whimpers so 2
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349 What Soft—Cherubic Creatures 2
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350 What would I give to see his face? 2
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351 When I hoped, I recollect 2
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352 Wild Nights! Wild Nights! 2
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353 A Death blow is a Life blow to Some 1
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354 A door just opened on a street 1
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355 A drop fell on the apple tree 1
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356 A House upon the Height 1
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357 A light exists in spring 1
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358 A little East of Jordan 1
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359 A little road not made man 1
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360 A poor—torn heart—a tattered heart 1
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361 A Prison gets to be a friend 1
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362 A slash of Blue 1
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363 A something in a summer's Day 1
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364 A still—Volcano—Life 1
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365 A Tongue—to tell Him I am true! 1
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366 A Tooth upon Our Peace 1
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367 A transport one cannot contain 1
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368 A Visitor in Marl 1
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369 A Weight with Needles on the pounds 1
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370 A Wounded Deer—leaps highest 1
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371 After a hundred years 1
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372 Again—his voice is at the door 1
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373 All but Death, can be Adjusted 1
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374 All forgot for recollecting 1
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375 All the letters I can write 1
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376 Alone, I cannot be 1
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377 Alter! When the Hills do 1
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378 An Hour is a Sea 1
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379 An ignorance a Sunset 1
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380 And this of all my Hopes 1
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381 Answer July 1
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382 Arcturus 1
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383 Artists wrestled here! 1
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384 As by the dead we love to sit 1
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385 As if some little Arctic flower 1
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386 Beauty—be not caused—It Is 1
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387 Behind Me—dips Eternity 1
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388 Blazing in Gold and quenching in Purple 1
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389 Bloom upon the Mountain—stated 1
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390 Bound—a trouble 1
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391 Could I but ride indefinite 1
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392 Could live—did live 1
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393 Crumbling is not an instant's Act 1
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394 Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat? 1
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395 Delight becomes pictorial 1
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396 Delight is as the flight 1
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397 Denial—is the only fact 1
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398 Don't put up my Thread and Needle 1
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399 Doubt Me! My Dim Companion! 1
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400 Drab Habitation of Whom? 1
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401 Dust is the only Secret 1
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402 Dying (I heard a fly buzz when I died) 1
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403 Each life converges to some centre 1
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404 Except to Heaven, she is nought 1
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405 Exhilaration—is within 1
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406 Fairer through Fading—as the Day 1
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407 Fame is a fickle food (1659) 1
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408 Fitter to see Him, I may be 1
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409 Flowers—Well—if anybody 1
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410 For Death—or rather 1
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411 For every Bird a Nest 1
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412 Frequently the wood are pink 1
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413 From Blank to Blank 1
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414 Further in Summer than the Birds 1
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415 Garland for Queens, may be 1
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416 God permit industrious angels 1
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417 Going to Heaven! 1
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418 Had I presumed to hope 1
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419 Have you got a Brook in your little heart 1
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420 He fought like those Who've nought to lose 1
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421 He found my Being—set it up 1
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422 He fumbles at your spirit 1
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423 He told a homely tale 1
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424 He was weak, and I was strong—then 1
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425 Heart! We will forget him! 1
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426 Heart, not so heavy as mine 1
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427 Heaven is what I cannot reach! 1
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428 Her final summer was it, 1
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429 Herein a Blossom lies 1
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430 How far is it to Heaven? 1
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431 How many Flowers fail in Wood 1
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432 How sick—to wait—in any place—but thine 1
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433 How the old Mountains drip with Sunset 1
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434 How the Waters closed above Him 1
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435 I am alive—I guess 1
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436 I Came to buy a smile—today 1
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437 I cannot buy it—'tis not sold 1
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438 I can't tell you—but you feel it 1
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439 I died for beauty but was scarce 1
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440 I gave myself to Him 1
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441 I heard a fly buzz when I died; 1
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0
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442 I hide myself within my flower 1
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0
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443 I learned—at least—what Home could be 1
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0
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444 I lived on Dread 1
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0
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445 I lived on dread; to those who know 1
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446 I lost a World - the other day! 1
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0
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447 I made slow Riches but my Gain 1
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0
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448 I make His Crescent fill or lack 1
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0
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449 I meant to find Her when I came 1
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450 I meant to have but modest needs 1
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451 I often passed the village 1
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0
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452 I robbed the Woods 1
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453 I see thee better—in the Dark 1
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454 I send Two Sunsets 1
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0
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455 I sing to use the Waiting 1
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456 I tend my flowers for thee 1
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0
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457 I think I was enchanted 1
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458 I tie my Hat—I crease my Shawl 1
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459 I went to thank Her 1
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0
0%
460 If I should die 1
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0
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461 If I shouldn't be alive 1
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0
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462 If I'm lost—now 1
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0
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463 If she had been the Mistletoe 1
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0
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464 If What we could—were what we would 1
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0
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465 Is Bliss then, such Abyss 1
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0
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466 It can't be "Summer"! 1
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0
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467 It did not surprise me 1
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0
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468 It feels a shame to be Alive 1
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0
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469 It is easy to work when the soul is at play 1
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0
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470 It knew no Medicine 1
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0
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471 It was not death, for I stood up, 1
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0
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472 It will be Summer—eventually 1
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0
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473 I've seen a Dying Eye 1
0%
0
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474 Knows how to forget! 1
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0
0%
475 Let Us play Yesterday 1
0%
0
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476 Life—is what we make of it 1
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0
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477 Like Some Old fashioned Miracle 1
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0
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478 Like trains of cars on tracks of plush 1
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479 Love—thou art high 1
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480 Many a phrase has the English language 1
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481 Many cross the Rhine 1
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0
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482 Me prove it now—Whoever doubt 1
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0
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483 Mute thy Coronation 1
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0
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484 My Faith is larger than the Hills 1
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0
0%
485 My life closed twice 1
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0
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486 My life had stood 1
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0
0%
487 My wheel is in the dark 1
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0
0%
488 Myself was formed—a Carpenter 1
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0
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489 No Notice gave She, but a Change 1
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0
0%
490 Not all die early, dying young 1
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491 Not that We did, shall be the test 1
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0
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492 Of all the souls that stand create 1
0%
0
0%
493 Of Bronze—and Blaze 1
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0
0%
494 Of Consciousness, her awful Mate 1
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0
0%
495 Once more, my now bewildered Dove 1
0%
0
0%
496 One need not be a chamber to be haunted, 1
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0
0%
497 Only God—detect the Sorrow 1
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0
0%
498 Our journey had advanced; 1
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0
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499 Pain—expands the Time 1
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0
0%
500 Papa above! 1
0%
0
0%
501 Peace is a fiction of our Faith 1
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0
0%
502 Remorse 1
0%
0
0%
503 Safe in their alabaster chambers, 1
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0
0%
504 She died at play 1
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0
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505 She died—this was the way she died 1
0%
0
0%
506 She staked her Feathers—Gained an Arc 1
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0
0%
507 She went as quiet as the Dew 1
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0
0%
508 Sleep is supposed to be 1
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0
0%
509 Snow beneath whose chilly softness 1
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0
0%
510 So from the mould 1
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0
0%
511 So proud she was to die 1
0%
0
0%
512 Some, too fragile for winter winds 1
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0
0%
513 South Winds jostle them 1
0%
0
0%
514 Split the Lark—and you'll find the Music 1
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0
0%
515 Summer Shower 1
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0
0%
516 Sunset at Night—is natural 1
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0
0%
517 Superfluous were the Sun 1
0%
0
0%
518 Surgeons must be very careful 1
0%
0
0%
519 That after Horror—that 'twas us 1
0%
0
0%
520 That first Day, when you praised Me, Sweet 1
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0
0%
521 That is solemn we have ended 1
0%
0
0%
522 The Bee is not afraid of me 1
0%
0
0%
523 The Bible is an antique Volume 1
0%
0
0%
524 The Birds reported from the South 1
0%
0
0%
525 The Black Berry—wears a Thorn in his side 1
0%
0
0%
526 The brain within it's groove 1
0%
0
0%
527 The Chariot 1
0%
0
0%
528 The Daisy follows soft the Sun 1
0%
0
0%
529 The Flower must not blame the Bee 1
0%
0
0%
530 The Guest is gold and crimson 1
0%
0
0%
531 The Malay—took the Pearl 1
0%
0
0%
532 The Manner of its Death 1
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0
0%
533 The morns are meeker than they were 1
0%
0
0%
534 The Mountain sat upon the Plain 1
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0
0%
535 The Murmur of a Bee 1
0%
0
0%
536 The name—of it—is "Autumn" 1
0%
0
0%
537 The name—of it—is 1
0%
0
0%
538 The nearest dream recedes, unrealized. 1
0%
0
0%
539 The Night was wide, and furnished scant 1
0%
0
0%
540 The One who could repeat the Summer day 1
0%
0
0%
541 The only ghost I ever saw 1
0%
0
0%
542 The Outer—from the Inner 1
0%
0
0%
543 The pedigree of honey 1
0%
0
0%
544 The Poets light but Lamps 1
0%
0
0%
545 The power to be true to You 1
0%
0
0%
546 The Province of the Saved 1
0%
0
0%
547 The rainbow never tells me 1
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0
0%
548 The Red—Blaze—is the Morning 1
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0
0%
549 The Robin for the Crumb 1
0%
0
0%
550 The Service without Hope 1
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0
0%
551 The show is not the show, 1
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0
0%
552 The Skies can't keep their secret! 1
0%
0
0%
553 The sky is low, the clouds are mean, 1
0%
0
0%
554 The Soul has Bandaged moments 1
0%
0
0%
555 The Soul unto itself (683) 1
0%
0
0%
556 The Soul's distinct connection 1
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0
0%
557 The Spirit is the Conscious Ear 1
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0
0%
558 The Sun is gay or stark 1
0%
0
0%
559 The Sun kept setting—setting—still 1
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0
0%
560 The Sun kept stooping—stooping 1
0%
0
0%
561 The Sunrise runs for Both 1
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0
0%
562 The sweetest Heresy received 1
0%
0
0%
563 They won't frown always—some sweet Day 1
0%
0
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564 This Bauble was preferred of Bees 1
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0
0%
565 This Chasm, Sweet, upon my life 1
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0
0%
566 This is the land the sunset washes, 1
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0
0%
567 This Merit hath the worst 1
0%
0
0%
568 This Quiet Dust was Gentlemen and Ladies 1
0%
0
0%
569 This that would greet—an hour ago 1
0%
0
0%
570 This was a Poet—It is That 1
0%
0
0%
571 This was in the White of the Year 1
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0
0%
572 This World is not Conclusion 1
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0
0%
573 This—is the land—the Sunset washes 1
0%
0
0%
574 Tho' I get home how late—how late 1
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0
0%
575 Tho' my destiny be Fustian 1
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0
0%
576 Those who have been in the Grave the longest 1
0%
0
0%
577 Time feels so vast that were it not 1
0%
0
0%
578 Trust in the Unexpected 1
0%
0
0%
579 'Twas a long Parting—but the time 1
0%
0
0%
580 'Twas just this time, last year, I died 1
0%
0
0%
581 'Twas like a Maelstrom, with a notch 1
0%
0
0%
582 Twas such a little—little boat 1
0%
0
0%
583 'Twas the old—road—through pain 1
0%
0
0%
584 'Twas warm—at first—like Us 1
0%
0
0%
585 Twice had Summer her fair Verdure 1
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0
0%
586 Two swimmers wrestled on the spar 1
0%
0
0%
587 'Twould ease—a Butterfly 1
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0
0%
588 Two—were immortal twice 1
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0
0%
589 Uncertain lease—develops lustre 1
0%
0
0%
590 Under the Light, yet under 1
0%
0
0%
591 Undue Significance a starving man attaches 1
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0
0%
592 Unit, like Death, for Whom? 1
0%
0
0%
593 Unto like Story—Trouble has enticed me 1
0%
0
0%
594 We do not play on Graves 1
0%
0
0%
595 We don't cry—Tim and I 1
0%
0
0%
596 We miss Her, not because We see 1
0%
0
0%
597 We thirst at first—'tis Nature's Act 1
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0
0%
598 We—Bee and I—live by the quaffing 1
0%
0
0%
599 What I see not, I better see 1
0%
0
0%
600 What Inn is this 1
0%
0
0%
601 When Bells stop ringing—Church—begins 1
0%
0
0%
602 When the Astronomer stops seeking 1
0%
0
0%
603 When we stand on the tops of Things 1
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0
0%
Total 2,691 0
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