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Unity
Nikhil Parekh
With rain; comes cheer, With pride; comes downfall, With satisfaction; comes richness, With adventure; comes exuberance, With speed; comes exhi...Rate it

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Unity
Alfred Noyes
I. Heart of my heart, the world is young; Love lies hidden in every rose! Every song that the skylark sung Once, we thought, must come to a cl...Rate it

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Unity
Violet Jacob
I dreamed that life and time and space were one, And the pure trance of dawn; The increase drawn From all the journeys of the t...Rate it

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Unity
Mario William Vitale
Come take out your bible Let us start a revival Unification is the plan Grab your bothers hand We shall all live to understand The drunkard in the...Rate it

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Unity
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Space is ample, east and west, But two cannot go abreast, Cannot travel in it two: Yonder masterful cuckoo Crowds every egg out of the nest, Quick ...Rate it

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The Higher Unity
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The Rev. Isaiah Bunter has disappeared into the interior of the Solomon Islands, and it is feared that he may have been devoured by the natives, as...Rate it

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Love’s Unity
Alfred Austin
How can I tell thee when I love thee best? In rapture or repose? how shall I say? I only know I love thee every way, Plumed for love's flight, or f...Rate it

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Pult (Peace, Unity, Love, Truth.)
Nikhil Parekh
A wave of supreme contentment entrenching your soul; permeating your heart with an enchanting rhapsody; even though you were besieged with the most...Rate it

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Stop The Hate, Unity & In These Times
Stop The Hate, Unity & In These Times
Bruh, I know your up but it’s getting late I got to make peace with you Hommie I have bitten off more then I could chew I’m sweating from the ne...Rate it

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Unity Put Quarterly
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
By A. C. S. The Centuries kiss and commingle, Cling, clasp, and are knit in a chain; No cycle but scorns to be single, No two but demur to be tw...Rate it

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