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On A Shadow In A Glass
Jonathan Swift
By something form'd, I nothing am, Yet everything that you can name; In no place have I ever been, Yet everywhere I may be seen; In all things fals...Rate it

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On A Very Old Glass At Market-Hill
Jonathan Swift
Frail glass! thou mortal art as well as I; Though none can tell which of us first shall die. Rate it

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On His Own Face In A Glass
Ezra Pound
O strange face there in the glass! O ribald company, O saintly host, O sorrow-swept my fool, What answer? O ye myriad That strive? and play and pas...Rate it

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Popcorn, Glass Balls, and Cranberries
Vachel Lindsay
I. THE LION The Lion is a kingly beast. He likes a Hindu for a feast. And if no Hindu he can get, The lion-family is upset. He cuffs his wife and...Rate it

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Portsmouth's Looking Glass
Lord John Wilmot
Methinks I see you, newly risen From your embroider'd Bed and pissing, With studied mien and much grimace, Present yourself before your glass, To v...Rate it

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Sonnet 22: My glass shall not persuade me I am old
William Shakespeare
My glass shall not persuade me I am old So long as youth and thou are of one date; But when in thee Time's furrows I behold, Then look I death my d...Rate it

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Sonnet XXXIV: The Dark Glass
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Not I myself know all my love for thee: How should I reach so far, who cannot weigh To-morrow's dower by gage of yesterday? Shall birth and death, ...Rate it

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The Cheval-Glass
Thomas Hardy
Why do you harbour that great cheval-glass Filling up your narrow room? You never preen or plume, Or look in a week at your full-length figure - Pi...Rate it

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The Colored Glass
Kurt Philip Behm
I write for me, and not for you The world I see —this inner hue (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 2018)Rate it

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The Empty Glass
Henry Lawson
THERE ARE three lank bards in a borrowed room— Ah! The number is one too few— They have deemed their home and the bars unfit For the thing that the...Rate it

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The Glass On The Bar
Henry Lawson
Three bushmen one morning rode up to an inn, And one of them called for the drinks with a grin; They'd only returned from a trip to the North, ...Rate it

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The Hour-glass
Robert Herrick
That hour-glass which there you see With water fill'd, sirs, credit me, The humour was, as I have read, But lovers' tears incrystalled. Which, as t...Rate it

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The Lady who offers her Looking-Glass to Venus
Matthew Prior
VENUS, take my votive glass: Since I am not what I was, What from this day I shall be, Venus, let me never see. Rate it

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The Lady's Looking-Glass
Matthew Prior
Celia and I the other Day Walk'd o'er the Sand-Hills to the Sea: The setting Sun adorn'd the Coast, His Beams entire, his Fierceness lost: And, on ...Rate it

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The Looking Glass
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
When I look into the looking glass I'm always sure to see - No matter how I dodge about - Me, looking out at me. I often wonder as I look, A...Rate it

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The Looking-Glass
Paul Laurence Dunbar
DINAH stan' befo' de glass, Lookin' moughty neat, An' huh purty shadder sass At huh haid an' feet. While she sasshay 'roun' an' bow, Smilin' den an...Rate it

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The Looking-Glass. : on Mrs. Pulteney
Alexander Pope
With scornful mien, and various toss of air, Fantastic vain, and insolently fair, Grandeur intoxicates her giddy brain, She looks ambition, and she...Rate it

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The Man in the Glass
Anonymous Americas
When you get what you want in your struggle for self and the world makes you king for a day Just go to the mirror and look at yourself and see what...Rate it

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The Pier-Glass
Robert Graves
Lost manor where I walk continually A ghost, while yet in woman's flesh and blood; Up your broad stairs mounting with outspread fingers And gliding...Rate it

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The Shallow Glass
Kurt Philip Behm
Café poseurs, internet losers Reflections through the shallow glass Virtual wishing, dot.com remissing Clicks and bytes as the world goe...Rate it

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The Steel Glass
George Gascoigne
... O knights, O squires, O gentle bloods yborn, You were not born all only for yourselves: Your country claims some part of all your pains....Rate it

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Through a Glass Darkly
Arthur Hugh Clough
What we, when face to face we see The Father of our souls, shall be, John tells us, doth not yet appear; Ah! did he tell what we are here! A mi...Rate it

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Through The Looking Glass
Kurt Philip Behm
We have only our perceptions, but how honest can they be Where one man sees the color red, the colorblind can’t see When trapped in three dimensio...Rate it

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To a Lady Upon a Looking-Glass Sent
James Shirley
When this crystal shall present Your beauty to your eye, Think that lovely face was meant To dress another by. For not to make them proud, The...Rate it

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Upon A Looking Glass
John Bunyan
In this see thou thy beauty, hast thou any, Or thy defects, should they be few or many. Thou may'st, too, here thy spots and freckles see, Hast tho...Rate it

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