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o'er the blue Atlantic sea....m 59 deep sea calm and chill...... 410 season, when the broom....0 435
set in the silver sea*.........m 69 grows right out of the sea..k 410 make glad and sorry s's*...f 426.
the dreary winter sea........m 81 the streak of silver sea......m 461 the season is a dead one.....k 375
lay rotting on the sea ......

...f78 a wet sheet and a flowing sea.k 466 every s. hath its pleasures...i 376
arms against a s. of troubles*.u 72 blowing from the sea.......

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8. where the light of dreams.n 376
alips with the shining sea... j 93 rufhan'd so upon the sea*...h 467 each s. look'd delightful.... 256
severn to the narrow seas....a 96 roby the vast sea* ...........a 419 hope for a season bade......d 167
the comer o'er the sea........132 has drowned more than the s. 468 the fairest flower o' th's.*...p 130
from the seas and the streams.u 59 the dark blue sea............0 312 as he tw'rds season grows..m 173
it swells, seas of sound.......j 21 guard our native seas....... 312 fast as the rolling s's bring.m 173
wrinkled sea beneath him....p 24 through the furrow'd sea*...k 313 let that s. be only spring.... 239
Marathon looks on the sea....g 69 thy silent sea of pines......g 440 Seasoned-like s. timber nover..8 48
of a land beyond the sea......8 70 as boundless as the sea*.....t 247 season'd by love............. 99
o'er all the sea of heads....... 46 yon sun that sets upon the 8.n 430 joy season'd high...........6 217
sea of upturned faces.......m 111 by the deep sea, and music. .t 322 things by season 8. are*.....l 331
melt itself into the sea*...... i 119 I loved the great sea more...c 323 8. with a gracious voice*....308
twixt two boundless seas....1105 the sea is flowing ever....... 323 Seasoning-hunger is the best s.v 203
first he met with to be the s's.n 108 the sea appears all golden....f 323 Seat-thy seat is upon high*....d 84
crystal of the azure seas.....6 142 praise tbe sea, but keep on..h 323 the moss-fringed seat....... 159
in a bowl to sea.............. 162 seas rough with black winds.) 323 wild, sequester'd seat.......6 260
anemones and seas of gold...b 133 love the sea? I dote upon it..k 323 Apollo mounts his golden s. 480
foam-crested waves of the s..a 134 the sea is silent............m 323 her s. is the bosom of God... 357
warm isles of India's sunny s.l 136 the sea is discreet.. ......m 323 seat in some poetic nook....1330
one foot in sea*.............0 122 billows, yet one as the bea..o 323 or fixed seat hath nono...... i 484
that guard our native seas.. 124 why does the sea moan...... 323 Seaward-leaning s., lovely..... 141
gaping wretches of the sea..o 123 sea, that drinking thirsteth.q 323 looking 8. well assured......1316
port after stormie seas ....... 362 the sea's a thief* ............8 323 Sea-weed-each s-w. waved its.ch 422
the bosom of that sea........d 257 sea hungering for calm.....2 323 8-w. and the shells upon.....1 422
be merry, lads, half seas over h 257 breathings of the sea....... aa 323 Sea-wind-9-w's pierced our...p 150
seas, if all their sands were*.q258 receiveth as the sea*........6 248 Second-perhaps acts second... 254
wintry sea moaned sadly on.o 273 nobody with me at sea but.. i 492 second thoughts are wisest.w 419
uprising from the sea........k 276 flash the white caps of the s.u 446 second and sober thoughts..a 420
as on the sea of Galilee...... i 331 the sea! the sea! the open sea.d 323 Secrecy-that queen of secrocy.k 128
a poet not. in love is out at s.w 334 one and the other, a sea..... 326 nature's infinito book of 8.*.a 348
light that never was on s. or.g338 Christ was born across the s.) 329 Secret-her secrets so betrayod*.a 36
day beside the joyous 8.....k 374 Sea-bird-a young s-b. floats....d 32 s's, and we must whisper.... ; 22
comes again over the sea....p 376 sea-bird's wing makes halt...e 32 secret scarcely lisping of thy., 41
kiss across the sea ...........i 221 Seal-stamp the seal of time*...C 427 s's of my prison-house*...... 43
we are flowers of the sea.... J 156 8. and guerdon of wealth....( 147 discharge their secrets*......k 75
wide s. bath drops too few*..c 189 did seem to get his seal*.....p 254 enthusiasm is that secret....i 103
murmured of the eternal 8..w 281 s's of love,but sealed in vain*.x 221 & 8., mine own could not....p 162
for seas-as well as skies ....C 285 and seal the bargain*........1 222 full of a 8, that thou dar'st..h 134
thronging the seas with.....0 451 as seal to this indenturet... f 222 their pretty secrets tell......4 127
were in the flat sea sunk....d 454 the haunt of seals............ 216 a 8. at home is like rocks.... a 379
that have gone down at sea..0 381 love's glowing seal......

...n 220 s's that appertain to you*.. f379
sea rolls its waves...........c 388 seal with stamping paces....6 321 some wondrous s. show.....0 139
under the deep, deep sea....* 382 Sea-maid-hear the s-m's song*.a 264 his dear friend's 8. tell......4256
sweet lone isle amid the sea.e 330 Seaman-merry s. laugh'd to see. i 313 I own to me's a secret yet...p 230
meet the thunders of the sea.o 440 Seamen-rather more than 8.... i 473 confiding the s. to another..n 185
not low as hugely as the s.*.g 347 Sea-monster-than the s-m.*...a 211 secrets of life are not shown.e 413
s's are quiet when the winds.i 327 Search-a call unanswered 8.....d 32 thou learnest no s. until.....j 173
stone set in the silver sea*...0 499 search will find it out..... .v 331 attempt not to fathom the s's.o 193
silence and the solemn sea..r 382 search for the truth is the...z 445 by which it keeps the s.....p 242
troubled sea of the mind....: 389 which dies i' the search*....1460 to reach the s. is beyond....m 236
alone on a wide wide sea....1394 Searched-the flow'ry plain....d 112 it brings to light the secret.g 468
to pray, let him go to sea....344 Sea-room-thy ships wants s.r..h 399 my love thus s. to convey...C 450
summers in a sea of glory*..a347 Season-comes wherein our*....i 26 will discharge their secrets*.c 359
seas and stormy woman..... i 473 fair seasons, budding..

golden 8. of the sheathed seed d393
sea ebb by long ebbing some.o 422 things by season season'd*..n 28 mighty secrets of the past..g 428
unfathomable seal whose ....l 427 the year seasons return.......C 91 Sect-slave to no sect, who...... i 20
one is of the sea....... .m 456 hast all seasons for ...........i 81 religious sects ran mad.......j 20
listen to the music of the s..p 402 the violets of five seasons...c 161 Sectary-jarring s’s may learn..k 457
a sounding sea.....

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in an unprepared season... f 151 Section-sis-one is parting.
like the ships upon the sea..h 171 the flight of seasons........m 274 Secular-exempted from s....... 298
leap down to different seas.m 365 the seasons alter*...........d 276 Secundum-artem; but........h 309
bind the sea to slumber stilly.t 220 the 8. prime for sweetest.... 277 Secure-who, s. within, can say.1 190
a sea nourish'd with lover's*b 247 in every s., bright and dim. .2229 Security-public honour is B.. j 462
that the rude s. grew civil*..a 264 season her praise in*......... 417 Sedge-sedges brooding in their.1 25
on the middle sea.....

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I love the season well....

river buds among the sedge..e 140
great seas have dried*......m 266 s's have no fixed returns....k 370 beside the tall, rank sedges..g 371
rather in the sea......

you'll Judge the seasons....a 319 Sedge-bird-a s-b. built its little J 82

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Sedition-sedition, which we*.

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to thine own self be true....u 445 for every sentence uttered..2 119
Seduction-to all seductions....6 449 Self-approving-one s-a. hour....j 62 the sentence of the sage.....e 287
Seo-not to see what lies dimly...t2 Self-educated-s-e. are marked.m 101 sentence is for open war... j 458
see the things thou dost not*.e 65 Self-esteem-s-e. expresses......0 60 the sentence sign .....

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Scotland, let me see it ere....6 69 Self-examination-on s-e....... 368 ball a sentence at a time....0 321
to see what is not to be seen.w 110 Selfish-built on 8. principles..y 178 Sentiment-worth one s. of....ma 178
once more I shall see a face..g 201 Selfishness-set the mark of s...q 181 Sentimentally-I am disposed..b 282
sce deep enough, and you s.. i 281 Self-love-s-1., my liege*.....

..... 287 | Sentry-day the sun shall be s..r 145
8. and know our friends in*.g 194 8-1. is a principle of action..p 379 s's of the shadowy night....
I see, men's judgments are*.n 218 claims of self-love in others.. 379 Separate-s, star seems nothing t 403
see as thou wast wont*......U 245 s-l. is the instrument .......u 379 September-S. stood upon the..1272
and lovers cannot see*.......C 247 to war, hath no 8-1.*........d 460 a bright September morn.. 273
do not see we tread*......... u 219 Self-punishment-hatred is s-p.y 191 thirty days hath September.b 269
to see her was to love her...9 209 Self-recovery-the power of s-r.p 450 thirty days hath September.d 260
shade. we think we see.......9389 Self-slaughter-against s's*.... a 409 winds of S. wrestled.........a 467
8. your road, another to cut. y 491 Self-trust-is the essence........k 61 Sepulchre-Rome her own sad s. 50
sees God in clouds........ . f 358 Sell-sell me your good report* m 181 myself my sepulchre........6 267
see thee now, though late... m 324 sell thee poison, thou hast*.n 181 8. conceals a martyr's bones. j 449

soes with equal eye, as God.r 348 Semblance-s. of a point divine.m 18 the s. wherein we saw thee*.c 185
Seed-no seed either of any.....p 49 Semicircle-or a half-moon*....p 111 Sequestered-s, vale of rural life.96

seed ye sow another reaps..u 119 Senate-the Roman s., when....6 29 bear me to sequester'd scenes.b 70
thy sacred seeds in vain..... 469 s's hang upon thy tongue...t 102

8. path has fewest flowers... 395
sower scatters broad his B... 419 but bribes a senate, and the.j 181

wild sequester'd seat........b260
would spring from such a s..c 441 8. the cockle of rebellion*... j 355 sequester'd leafly glades.... n 1:28
Beed by the furrow is covered.c 295 Senator-s's of mighty woods..d 439 along the cool s. vale of life j 232
secret of the sheathed seed..d 393 Send-the few our Father s's..w 168 Seraph-s's share with thee....... 15
s'b of herbs lie cover'd close.d 377 best which God sends....

seraph may pray for a sinner.c 344
look into the seeds of time*..k 224 Sense-on his senses burst.......91 where seraphs might despair.e 252
who soweth good s. shall....6 182 want of sense is the father...u 74 as the rapt 8. that adores....6 286

would spring from such a s..g 362 worst avarice is that of sense.n 4 no seraph's fire........ -f234
Seedsman-s, upon the slime*, .6 366 exercises of the senses....... a 87 | Seraphic-s. arms and trophies. 1 124
Boed-time-s-t., harvest, equal..0 348 like an odour within the s...b 143 Seraphim-the sworded s........ 10
Seeing-, thee after a long time.t 70 sensibility as the want of B..o 162 Sere-sear, the yellow leaf*..

seeing, I saw not............. 97 slays all senses with the*....g 134 the sere leaves are flying....p 375

seeing only what is fair.....f 212 scared out of his seven s.....c 121 Serene-breaks the s. of heaven.c 290
Seek-reeks one thing in life.....98 8. from thought divide......m 261 doth keep "a drop serene"...: 149

want itself doth seek* ........W 89 in a sense as strong as that* 6 268 through the 8. and placid..., 256
seeks not alone the rose's ... a 212 shows great pride, or little..r 442 serene and heavenly fair....

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ye seek for happiness-alas. .l 191 unblessed with sense........ 300 heavenly hope is all serene..: 200
seek Liin rather where his...q 179 from my senses take all*.

S., and resolute and still..... 465
who seeks and will not take*.1324 the region of the senses.....v 379 ruffling, the blue deep's s...e 466
and seek no further....

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good s., which only is the... w 379 Serenely-s, moving on her way. 8275
I see humbly to seek........8 181 partitions s. from thought ... 379 eloquence along, s. pure.....l 102
not one to s., nor give, nor..k 185 sense is our helmet.........y 379 Serener-tell of serener hours..o 271
we boek it, ere it come.......1 491 8. is the diamond weighty..y 379 Serenity-journeying in long 9.c 466

B. for rule, for supremacy*. .y 476 O, take the sense, sweet*....k 211 Serious-serious thing to die... 79
Seeking-all are seeking rest....$ 561 it ravishes all senses........ i 456 with a 8. musing I behold...9 147
Hecking in vain one flower...e 213

learned without sense.......8 406 Sermon-in thy own sermon....A 32
Seem-are they what they seem.u 46

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above the sense of*....d 370 turn out a sermon......

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not what you s., but always.1 204 the sense of honour is so fine.x 198 s's, but to prayers most..... 483
8. everything but what the..r 204 much fruit of s. beneath....p 481 finde him who a s. fies......e 339
men should be what they s.*.m 385 proceeds from want of sense n 346 sermons in stones*,
would they might s. none...m 385 of decency is want of sense..t 480 s's and soda-water the....... 468

seems wisest, virtuousest....1 469 his more solid sense.........k 307 Serpent-spit on a serpent, and*.d 13
Heeming-in s. to augment it*... cream of courtly sense......p 317 him as a serpent's egg*.
all good s. by thy revolt*.

war with sense.............p 319 serpent than the dove..
beguile the thing I am by s.*..r 397 her s. but as a monument*..f 891 sharper than a s's tooth*..... 211
Seen-I srake as having seen.... 4 97 to copy faults is want of 8.. r 350 have a s. sting thee twicet... 211

God alone was to be seen in.. f 386 steeping their senses........p 389 not see the s. in the grass...1 473
hated needs but to be seen
.e 452 steep my senses in

serpent by the tongue*..... 997
to be seen to be admired....) 357 dare to have 8. yourselves...c 294 trail of the s. is over them... 384
lov'd needs only to be seen..f 444 precious, as the vehicle of s..r 472 Servant-admired by their s's....23

because thou art not seen* .. i 467 Sensibility-yet wanting 8, .... 168 servants hasting to be gods....8
Seize-virtues here I s. upon*...n 51 Sensitive-s., swift to resent.....j 49 bad servants wound their... 114

reach not to seize it before...l 199 Sensitive-plant-in a garden...k 156 a servant with this clause. . M 279
seizes the right, and holds... y 470 sensitive-plant has no bright.1 156 my silent servants wait......1229
happiess, if then he seize it..g 324 Sensual-to all thes. world..... 234 hath been your faithful s.*..» 174

servitude seizes on few......f 388 not to the sensual ear....... 281 my son and my s. spend*....k 198
Seldom-it is so s. heard, that.. i 456 Sent-affliction is not sent.......do servant of God, well done... y 494
Select-selects as by what he...k 351 to gain our peace, have sent*.p 62 & master, or a servant....... 394
Self-dear, dearer than self......g 90' Sentence-meet mortality my s. w 90 Serve-in hell, than s. in heaven.rs

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they serve God well who.....h 53 s's earliest, latest care......h 451 Shading-8, wild strawberries, .b1
who serves His creatures..... 53 either s. assume, or both ... 401 Shadow-fatal s's that walk ......v2
kings should feare and s....a 367 the sex whose presence. ..../ 320 shadow of a great affliction....5
numbers who will s, instead. i 464 sex to the last......

. 164 life's shadows are meeting .... 5
they also s., who only stand.j 328 the sex, and sometimes....., h 473 shadows grow more dreary....16
now serve on his knees.....u 330 sex are heavenly bodies.....p 478 the shadow of a dream*.
serve God before the world..v315 Sexton-the s's hand my grave.c 272 throws the s. on the floor. .130
bound to s., love, and obey*. y 476 like a s. by her grave .......n 370 a shadow on the snow. ....
and serve it thus to me*....0 302 S., hoary-headed chronicle..g 322 deep and misty shadows 133
when he we serve's away*..v 115 play the sexton's part ....... i 322 a s, on those features fair.....(81
few can s., yet all may please.d 380 Shackle-and their s's fall. .... v 387 ere yet the shadows fly....... 26
I serv'd my king*.. .f 251 Shad-bush-white with flowers.d 432 soul from out that shadow....130
to serve the devil in..

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Shade-within the leafy shade ..k 32 poplar-trees their shadlows...w 69
this bids to serve... .: 227 night of darkness and of s's..e 47 cold shadow of the tomb..

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I live or die to s. my friend../172 mistress of the shade...... .229 there truth is-'tis hers....

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they serve him best........./ 180 the glimmering shade........11 shadow of a starless night....191
Service-8, is true service.....,n 120 through the shade of night*. .t 62 like our shows, our........d90

for my service but blows*. ... 163 light shade for the leaves....u 59 blood and state are shadows,.88.3
in s. high, and anthems..

sings in the shade when all..h 28 vary as the shadows íall.....9 107
my heart is ever at your 8*.174 critics in the chequer'd s....p 76 hast thou, as a mere s....... 109
he did look far into the s.*..0174 in tracing the shade .......

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in the hemlock's fragrants..n 141
for aid must show how s....k 193 can send me to the shades

shadows cool lie dreaming..d 143
will creep in service ....... 249 with false flitting shades.....8 97 the s, named so stretches....i 429
join myself to others by s...b173 shades of night*....

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silent as their shadows. ..0382
girded for service... .$ 240 through Zamaria's shades..m 132 coward s. eastward shrinks..i 386
cares not for service.

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leaves scarce cast a shade... 132 shadows spread apace....... 410
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breaking thro' the shade ....133 shadows and phantoms.

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friend by servile ways.

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half in s. and half in sun

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shadows in a shadowy ban.l.r 171
Servitude-8. seizes on few. .f388
careless in the mossy s's ...y 159 shadow's poverty.

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base laws of s. began........h 167 shade the violets..

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thy cool s's, and to thee.

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out of s. into freedom....... 419 whisper from the shade.....1160 cooling s, of a stately elm... j 436
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hath loosend the shade.

elms o'erhead dark s's.......k 436
when night hath set.

sitting in a pleasant shade ... 271 whose fluttering s. wraps ...1* 439
can honour set a leg*.

u 199 no shade, no shine... .... 273 roses fade, and s's shift.
sun hath made a golden s.*.m 447 shades, that met above......d 273 hate is shadow
all except their sun is set...€374 confusion sought the s...... 288 one shadow of night. .6 3.52
long as there's a sun thats's.h 135 pines a noxious s. diffuse...c 378 think:-the s. on the dial...0 441
stars--they rise and set.....0 368 shades are to the figures ....d 268 i softened to s'n, silvery
we set our foot upon some..lt 368 find you at last but a shade. I 453 | now the twilight s's hie....m 4 16
from time the sun be set....e 411 blest with far greener s's....8 261 sweet shadows of twilight.. p 446

. awful hours twixt heaven.g392 by the shade it casts........ 263 lengthening shadows wait..7 446
sun that s's upon the sea...n 430 the mingled strength of s...9319 s. of a wilful sin between....j 384
Settee-the soft settee .........k 301 so softening into shade....f 501 s's brown, that Sylvan loves.,l 440
Setteth-clown, he setteth up...f 319 throws his army shade......9 436 standeth God within the s...k315
Setting-s. of a great hope is.. 201 seats beneath the shade

disdains the shadow which* f 317
haste now to my setting*.

from his hoary pinion s's ...? 425 this kind are but shadows*..c 3:1)
wonder why thes, sun.....0 411 wander'd in the soiitary s...d 476 but the shadows of us men.. i 479
s. sun breaks out again ..f 411 variable as the shade ....... k 476 follow a shadow, it still flies..i 47)
the setting sun, and music , 411 countless the shades which.n 451 the shadow on the dial......$4.1
cradled wear the 8. sun.....1 412 rising thro' the mollow s... u 403 gleam amid shadows ........il 1
lad elsewhere its setting

a s. that follows wealth.....9 173 clustered lilies in the s's....110
brightens to the setting su..l 352 shade deep'ning over shade. no shadows great appear....9116

$. of thine eye and cheek...1306 tree! for thy delighfuls.....c 434 in the deep 8, of the porch..dll
Seven-I ain s. times one to-tlay. i 34 shades all the banks.. c 438 s's fall adown the hill.......6 1:36

science fairly worth th28. w 379 8. of desert-loving pine....f 440 view their own white s's....p 127
one of the seven was wont..c 307 ghosts, and visionary s's....j 441 an emerald shadow fell......9372
in England, s. half-pennyt..b312 pillar'd s. high overarch'd..p 330 s's wove on their aerial...... 372

to soothing slumber seven ..1424 sweeter 8, to shepherds*.....f 437 what shadows we pursue....9380
Sever-though wes., my fond. . 220 lain in the noonday shade .. i 437 coming events cast their s's, h 380

that severs day from night*. x 409 welcome, ye shadles....... b 434 s. owes its birth to light..... i 380
broken-hearted to s. for years., 326 in the chequer'd shade. .c 303 a shadow came and lingered. 7380
union of states none can s...p 419 we left the shade..

u 303 fight our own s's forever.....1380
Severe-from lively to severe... j 407 sun has lengthen'd every s..jf 447 shadow's are in reality......m 380
as holy as severe*

last I stood beneath your s..h 440 come like s's, so depart*.
darts s. upon a rising lie....h 445 give no s.and no shelter....p 440 checker'd sh low*.

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Severed-I s. from thy side.....j 168 happy walks and shades .../ 326 s's to-night have struck*
Severity-the s. of the public*.d 308 boundless contiguity of s., x 394 some there be thats's kiss*.9380
Severn-S. to the narrow seas...a 96 woods' harmless shades ... 395 such have but a s's bliss*

sandy-bottom'd Severn*.....C 366 the stream a moveless s.... j 395 from grave to grave thes....e 139
Sew-S., our fingers, dull.p 482 shade and solitude.......... 396 the shadow that it casts.. ..h 139
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surging through shadows...n 278 Shame-thousand innocent s's*.v 35 Sheep-the mountain 8. were....p 12
f. which he treads on at*... .c 332 everlasting shame sits*.......487 valley sheep were fatter...... 12
it is the land of shadows.... j 229 speak it to my shame*.......273 hills are white over with s...b 736
in s. of such greatness* ......211 Allen, with an awkward s..

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false s's for true substances* a 187 fear not guilt, yet start at s..f 253 to a close-shorn sheep......S18
s's which show like grief*..d 187 not one had cause for s.....c339 Sheer-soff in vigorous growth.u-200
s's to the unseen grief*......p 187 'twere a s., when flowers....2 153 Sheet-stiff in its winding .....7 118
if once, the s. to pursue.....b 401 shame keeps its watch......9 453 a wet s. and a flowing sea... 415
beck’ning shadows dire.....h 401 fear but life with shame...aa 453 'Sheeted-s, dead did squeak*....il
like the beautiful s's of .....h 175 is't not for shame of what...c 411 Shelf-laid upon the shelf..
God is truth and light his s.m 180 s. on those breasts of stone..p 415 Shell-kill him in the shell®.
history casts its shadow....d 197 poure the shame......

a smooth-lipped shell.. 17
like shadows on the waves..m 232 avoid

S., but do not seek....h 179 unseen within thy airy shell. ; 11)
love like a shadow flies*.....g 247 honour and s, from no....... 199 rose-lipped shell...

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driving back shadows over* k 247 brow s, is asham'd to sit*... 199 sea-weed and the s-s, upon...1 421
he fled like a shadow.......m 238 was not born to shame* .2 193

pearly shell that murmurs...3
was darken'd with hors.....d 240 shame to him, whosa cruel*.h 217 eat chickens i' the shell.... 5:)
I may see my s. as I pass*... W 409 else shame will be too long* f 235 take

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warm s. of her loveliness....d 410 you must not dare, for s.*...0 263 Shelter-whose arms gave s. to*.48
Shadowed-'tis s. by the tulip..d 441 s. and sorrow to desiroy.....1 409 some shelter is in..
Shadowless-stands.like silence o 375 honorable shame acquires...e 268 His shelter o'er thee throw.. 1:36
Shadow-rose-sweet s-r., upon., h 256 shame and woe to us........0 268 the shelter ot an aged tree...t 137
Shadow-world-of song.........k 396 here shame dissnades........f 381 hearth and a shelter

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Shadowy-in s. glimpses....

Offspring of s. is shyness....f381 | delicious is your shelter..... 434
deeper in shadowy glooms..g 136 shame! where is thy blush*.e 381 thou to birds dost s. give.... 434
sentries of the s. night..

hide her s. from every eye...e 359 shared its s., perish in its....t368
sweeping with s. gust.. ..1 467 thy own shame's orator*. ...a 325 shelter but in human kind.. 413
Shady-side and the sunny.

s. and inisery not to learn...4411 give me shade and nos.....p 440
in the shady place...

tell truth, and s, the devil*..q 445 Sheltered-in youth it s. Iné.... 432
leaping in shady dells.......1 461 tell truth, and s. the devil...b 416 Sheltering-hangs with s. grace.g 41
Shait-thy shaft flew thrice.....n 86 speak truly, s, the devil.....n 413 Shelved-s. around us lie....... 23
wing'd the shaft that.........e 24 I have power to shame him*.q 415 Shepherd-s's homely curds.

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let the s. pass by my breast.;. 117 who shrink from s. are safe..n 450! shepherds at the grange...... 57
fling the wing d s's of truth.u 337 covers faults at last with s.*.1 427 shepherd I take thy word....d 73
sun up-gathers his spents's. i 411 not s. to tell you what I was*k 385 to the sheperd own'd.
thy fatal a's unerring move., h 249 Shameless-woman is the worst.v 478 I'll fly from shepherds..
many a s., at randoin sent... 481 Shamrock-old Erin's native s., m 156 s's. flocks and plains...

the winged shaft of fate.....c117 | Shandon-with thy bells of S...$ 365 good s.. tell this youth....213
Shake-s. the downy blow-ball., f 164 Shape-the s's of men*. ..9 star that bids the shepherd... 4033

to shake the head, relent*...h 361 in any shape, in any mood...g 80 s. here from scorching..
many blasts to shake them* f 408 tulip beds of different 8..... 158 host to s's and to kings.

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oak s's that ne'er trembled..e 439 of calling a's, and beck’ning.h 401 star calls up the shepherd* .p 413
did mark how he did shake* a 382 shape as of an arbor.........k 437 sweeter shade to shepherds* f 437
never shake thy gory locks*.s 121 perfect shape most glorious.. 445 Shepherdess-& s. passed by....k 160
terrible dreams, that shake*.. 121 keep one shape*

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would shake hands....... .d 251 take any shape but that*....0121 his azure shield the heavens. f 402
the very earth did shake....m 457 assume a pleasing shape*.

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s's the doors and window...s 466 divinity that s's our ends*.

broken was her shield,...... 439
shake off this downy sleep* .g 391 Shaped-not s. for sportive* .... 255 Shift-shift from side to side.
Shaken-shaken to their roots.g 421 8. that traced the lives......m 331 whichever way it shift.

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that if by chance it bes.... i 122 Shaping-s, many an urn......w 316 Shilling-other took a s. out.....153
when taken to be well s......i 309 Share-the s. uptears thy bed..

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Shakespeare-is the greatest of.s 380 task when many share......h 195 postively cost it shilling.....939)

our myriad-minded 8.......1380 Sharper-hunger is s. than the.p 203 Shilkspur-s? s? who wrote it.. ***
far from Shakespeare's being.u 380 sluuder; whose edge is s.*... 387 Shimmer-s. the low flats and..A 376
S's magic could not copied.m 335 Sharpest-rols poverty of its s..e 312 s, with angel glances.........110
this was Shakespeare's form. r 380 Shattered-bind all ours. hopes.u 396 Shine-deceitful s., deceitful..m 154
S. and the musical glasses...j 492 She-are the cruell'st 6. alive*,.m 77 fame's proud temple s's afar.a 114

what needs my Shakespeare.b 381 chaste, and unexpressive s.*.1 477 shine in more substantial...n199
Shaking-fall without shaking.h 295 ifs, be not so to me, what care.9784 if the sun would ever shine. j 436
Shall-8. be yes for evermore...p 489 8., while apostles shrank....w 472 it shines for all, as shines...I 413

mark you his absolute s.*...498 Sheaf-read that binds the sheaf.t 56 truth in the end shall shine.y $13

he s. not when he wold-a....j 493 | Sheafed-s. is the golden corn..k 376 s. by the side of every path.a tit
Shallow-deep for shallow day..c 288 Shear-hold the vital shears....g 390 propitiouss's and siapes..

are known, they are found s.h 379 Sheaves-which makes the fair s.l276 nay who daru shine.
their shallow draughts...

......w 227 with the last s, returns....... 376 white walls along them s....k 301
think of s's and of flats*.....g 262 Shed-found in lowly sheds.....d 73 substitute s's brightly as a * .p 307
shallow spirit of judgment*. f 217 did not think to shed a tear*.h 416 one simile that solitary s's..b 3:0
is found in shallows*. ...... 324 prepare to shed them now*. .j 416 shine on our mortal sight... 403
s. murmur, but the deeps.... 327 shed their substance on the..1 393 night ten thousand shine... 403

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was prodigal of summery s..d 393 shoot, if you must this old..6 330 the man who s's his heart...: 484
in vain the stars would shine.$ 473 shoot not at me in your*....0 363 by outward s, let's not be...m 162

shine like a guinea, and.....d 473 sure never to o'er shoot.....1 213 what it shows and what.... ..f 279
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Shinest-thou shinest fair with.o 352 that shoots my tortured.

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external s's of nature have..n 412
Shineth-that shineth as the gold. i 87 s's through the morning. . 313 they praise my rustling s...n 369
Shining-shining in the sky....a 161 8. up their heads into..... .b 440 I s. it most of all, when is.*.1219
woven of shining smilax....k 131

pang shoots through the ...m 359 this shows you are above*...r 219
that was shining on him...w 239 young idea how to shoot....1 304 scatter'd to make up a s.*...9310
improve each shining hour..i 213 Shop-leaves his snug shop.....t318

without the show of both*..k316
Ship-ships sailorless lay rotting.f 78 wherefore art not in the s.*. i 319 show he harbours treason*. ,v 498
as s's meet at sea, a moment.g 195 rubbish of the shops..

.0 320 mercy to him that shows it.p 355
true ship is the ship-builder.h 381 and in his needy shop*......9310

obscures the show of evil*..g 308
s's that sailed for sunny iles. i 381 Shopkeeper-what is true of a s.g311 Shower-vernal showers on the.m 26
in a ship is being in a jail...j 381 Shopkeeping-of a s. nation....g 311 suck in some moistening s...$ 16
not a s. that sails the ocean.m 381 Shore-upon the dreary s

I bring fresh showers for.....u 59
s's that have gone down at..0381 boats should keep near s..... 43

cool large showers lying......b 79
ships dim discovered. ....... 381 to his native shore...

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small showers last long*....k 103
shrouds and masts of ships.n 381 on some silent shore.........v 80 in their shower, hearts open.k: 334
a ship is struggling..

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unknown and silent shore...n 81

ever drank the amber s....... 153
gallant ship so lustily........i 313 new shores descried make..

in the soft May shower......d 159
every day brings a ship...... 315
steer 'twixt fertile shores....)364

kindly s's and sunshine.....2160
Argoan s's brave ornament.m 440 thy wild and willow'd shore.t 365 descend thy silent showers..r 372
hearts of oak are our ships. .a 192 most exaulted s's of all*.....a 366 the whitening s. descends...)378
as ships that divide.....
when the shore is won...... 408

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varying s. o'er the world*... 409 within your showers........k 270
sail on, O ship of State...... 329 from thy s. the tempest*....1 404

silent shower, that trickled..c 352
ships were British oak ....... 329 after-silence on the shore

April shall with all his s's* . i 352
thy ships want sea-room....h 399 frets against the boundary s. 323

hung on the shower.........9352
the gallant ship along....... 313 rapture on the lonely shore..l 322 guard from chilling s's......$322
speed on the ship.....

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long line of the vacants.....1 422 shower of light is poesy.....i 339
the stately shijs go on.....m 313 kingdom of the shore* ...k 427

a s. of commanded tears*....8178
ships that pass in the night.b 118 on its inhospitable shore..., 1 427 fallen in perpetual shower..n 415
watch the stately ships..... 222 s's of will and judgment*....8 465

between the pelting s's......j 410
twain have met like the s's h 171 his control stops with the s.s 3:22 showers arise, blown*.......: 416
s's rigged out with sails of..d 411 on the dull, tame shore.....c 323 trees are busy with the s....h 432

with tempests on the ship... i 404 never came to shore.... ..i 381 mighty showers the floods...l 437
Shipped-thou wert s. to hell*.k 215

gath'ring pebbles on the s...d 55 fall to earth in silver s's.....k 439
Shipwright-impress of s's*...u 225 smoothly on the farther s... j 113 Showering-s. plenty her feet..i 138
Shirt-martyr in his s. of fire ..C 250 foot in sea, and one on s.*... 122 Showery-rain-drops' s. dance.y 351

this "Song of the Shirt."....1311 as waves that wash no s.....n 481 Showing-8. an outward pity*.66 384
Shiver-when thou'rt named...d 184 waves lash the frighted s's...j 404 Shred-yet that poor shred.....b 320

s's the aspen, still dreaming.a 410 Shoreless-the shoreless seas...d 289 Shrewd-and s., and froward*..i 120
Shivering-left the s. pines.....n375 Shoreward-will roll us s. soon.bb 323 Shriek-hark! what s. of death.u 381
welcomes in the s. pair.....a 333 flung shoreward now.......n 422

shriek to the echo..........W 382
Shoal-rushing s's, to warm us..121 Shorn-wind to the s. lamb....h 349 louder shrieks to pitying..

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short as it is violent....... .. v 472 Shrieked-then s. the timid....8381
with shoals of life rushing..a 353 8. our happy days appear...h 424 Shrilling-winds are s. cold....$ 467
Shock-sink beneath the s......g 41 has happiness so 8. a day....r 190 Shrine-shrine of the mighty.. f 45

shocks that flesh is heir to*..d 85 short and the long of it*....j 499 to adorn the shrine.........m 128
shock it gives their feelings.u 353 life is s., and time is swift... 491 at innumerable shrines..... 262

but in plain shocks*......... 349 Shot-mine arrow o'er the house*.12 the shrine of refuge........p 234
Shod-s. like a mountaineer ...9 250 a fool's bolt is soon shot*...ce 162 even from out thy shrine...a 323

feet are shod with silence..aa 382 shot through with golden...j 372 Shrink-do our duty and not s..! 98
Shoe-call for his old shoes.......v 6 aim of every dangerous s.*.

all the boards did shrink...k 461
fing her old shoe after.....cc 251 transports his poison'd s.*..n 387 who s. from shame are safe..n 450
he was more than over s’s*..) 216 Should-this "should" is like a*.1 46 shrinks from the dismaying.x 395
can shoe him himself*.

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I'm no the thing I should be.1357 Shrinking-s. as violets do.....f 160
modish shoes are worn......a319 Shoulder-and white his crest..m 22 Shriveled-with vain desire iss..160
a careless shoe string.. ..d 319 made in every human s...... 67 Shroud-s. shall lap thee fast ..m 83
where the shoe pinches..... 319 stands on any s. that I see*..$ 111 s's and masts of ships

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a surgeon to old shoes*.

. f 319 over thy decent shoulders...d 203 o'er the s’s ærial whispers... v 488
to wear out their shoes*. i 319 Shout-shout now! the months.a 274 Shrouded therein s, from the..j 433
his store of shoes..... ... 318 with song and shout........6 244 Shrub-low s's from winter's*.. 984
ere those shoes were old*. u 476 universal host up sent a s.... 399 to leafless shrubs......

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Shoemaker-s's quietly stick...0 184 Show-rich without a show..... 48 odors from the spicy s's....h 257

s, makes a good shoe........ 318 within which passeth show*.. p 50 Shrubbery-through the s's.... 134
Shook-s. the fragment of his..: 452 a man frail, but they shew...458 Shrug-these hums, and ha's*.. i 42
Shoot-at crows is powder flung. f 23 primrose makes a splendid s.m 31 Shrunk-to this little measure*j 119

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