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XXIX
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I think of thee !--my thoughts do twine and bud About thee, as wild vines, about a tree, Put out broad leaves, and soon there 's nought to see Exce...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I think of thee !--my thoughts do twine and bud About thee, as wild vines, about a tree, Put out broad leaves, and soon there 's nought to see Exce...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX: I Think of Thee
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I think of thee!--my thoughts do twine and bud About thee,as wild vines, about a tree, Put out broad leaves, and soon there's nought to see Exce...Rate it

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A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XXIX
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
How strangely now I come, a man of sorrow, Nor yet such sorrow as youth dreamed of, blind, But life's last indigence which dares not borrow One gar...Rate it

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XXIX
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
A glorious triumph. On that day of days When, standing on the summit's utmost edge Of my first mountain--top, I viewed the maze Which I had travell...Rate it

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Hymn XXIX: Come, Ye Weary Sinners, Come
John Wesley
Come, ye weary sinners, come, All who groan beneath your load, Jesus calls his wanderers home, Hasten to your pardoning God! Come, ye guilty spirit...Rate it

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Hymn XXIX: Come, Ye Weary Sinners, Come
Charles Wesley
Come, ye weary sinners, come, All who groan beneath your load, Jesus calls his wanderers home, Hasten to your pardoning God! Come, ye guilty spirit...Rate it

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Love Sonnet XXIX
Zora Bernice May Cross
Dearest, there is no part of us, but air And earth are counterparts. Your fragrant eyes Touching my own, some essence of the skies Instil therein, ...Rate it

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Modern Love XXIX: Am I Failing
George Meredith
Am I failing ? For no longer can I cast A glory round about this head of gold. Glory she wears, but springing from the mould; Not like the conse...Rate it

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Natalia’s Resurrection: Sonnet XXIX
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
He bore her to his home 'twixt life and death, By mute connivance of the slumbering streets, Bore her redeemed to a new world of breath And peace d...Rate it

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Sonnet Of Motherhood XXIX
Zora Bernice May Cross
How strangely lone unto myself I grow, Listening and looking for I know not what; Turning my head with terror cold and hot At wandering whispers of...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX
Edmund Spenser
See how the stubborne damzell doth depraue my simple meaning with disdaynfull scorne: and by the bay which I vnto her gaue, accoumpts my selfe her...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX. To Miss C----
Charlotte Smith
On being desired to attempt writing a Comedy. WOULD'ST thou then have me tempt the comic scene Of gay Thalia? used so long to tread The gloomy pa...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX: The Moonstar
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Lady, I thank thee for thy loveliness, Because my lady is more lovely still. Glorying I gaze, and yield with glad goodwill To thee thy tribute; by ...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX: Farewell, Ye Tow'ring Cedars
Mary Darby Robinson
Farewell, ye tow'ring Cedars, in whose shade, Lull'd by the Nightingale, I sunk to rest, While spicy breezes hover'd o'er my breast To fan my cheek...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX: Like Some Weak Lords
Sir Philip Sidney
Like some weak lords, neighbor'd by mighty kings, To keep themselves and their chief cities free, Do easily yield, that all their coasts may be ...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX: When Conquering Love
Michael Drayton
To the Senses When conquering Love did first my Heart assail, Unto mine aid I summon'd every Sense, Doubting, if that proud tyrant should prevai...Rate it

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Sonnet XXIX: Whilst By Her Eyes Pursu'd
Samuel Daniel
Whilst by her eyes pursu'd, my poor heart flew it, Into the sacred bosom of my dearest; She there in that sweet sanctuary slew it, Where it pres...Rate it

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The Gardener XXIX: Speak To Me My Love
Rabindranath Tagore
Speak to me, my love! Tell me in words what you sang. The night is dark. The stars are lost in clouds. The wind is sighing through the leaves. I wi...Rate it

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The Love Sonnets Of Proteus. Part II: To Juliet: XXIX
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
TO HER WHO WOULD COMFORT HIM I did not ask your pity, dear. Your zeal I know. It cannot cure me of my woes. And you, in your sweet happiness, who k...Rate it

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The Palace and the Hut XXIX
Khalil Gibran
Part One As night fell and the light glittered in the great house, the servants stood at the massive door awaiting the coming of the guests; and u...Rate it

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XXIX - A Paris, en été...
François Coppée
A Paris, en été, les soirs sont étouffants. Et moi, noir promeneur qu'évitent les enfants, Qui fuis la joie et fais, en flânant, bien des lieues,...Rate it

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XXIX Heart's Heaven
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Sometimes she is a child within mine arms, Cowering beneath dark wings that love must chase,-- With still tears showering and ave...Rate it

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