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wrong to speak before*.. ..c 105 endless are the modes of s...c 400 yet neither spins, he cards... Es
is the humblest he can speak 7141 not break in upon his s.....d 400 so spins the flying world....e317
speak and judge...

. 379 that grave s. would cumber..g 400 he s. the slight, self-pleasing. 30)
nay, her foot speaks*. .k 164 speech is but broken light...h 400 fresh we s. on till sickness.. p 392
the lily never speaks.

.1 167 true use of speech is not.....j 400 Spindle-tend on loom ands...2433
8. from your folded papers ..b 336 8, is better than silence.. .i 400 adamantine spindle round.../118
speak then to me* ..........k 224 drop half their petals in our s.k 400 Spire-s's wbose silent finger... 297
S., as one who fed on poetry.n 339 speech was made to open....l 400 Spirit-noblests, is most stronglş.es
the grief which does not s...z 186 Eve, thus moving speech...m 400 very blessed spirit of peacet.. 24
s. then to me, who neither*.d 209 s, is like cloth of Arras.. ...n 400

full of s. as the month of Mar.: 24
8. daggers to her, but use*..6 205 speech is silvern..

Creator drew his spirit.......750
speak one simple word..

speech is human............0 400 presiding spirit here to-day..d 27
I will not hear thee speak...g 361 thought is 8., and speech is. p 400 blushing shame-faced spirit*.962
therefore speak no more*....g 361 loath to cast away my s.*.....t 400 were all spirits, and*. .£ 46
speak of me as I am* .; 219 rude am I in my speech* ...0 400 high spirit in thy breast...... 10
would not cease to speak....h 464 speech was given to .........400 lost spirit, earth-bound......133
fpeak, and look back*. . i 294 truth, needs no flow'rs of s...j445 tranquil its spirit seemed.... 60
all tongues speak of him*...f 343 the poetry of speech.........d 396 spirits twain bare crossd.... 86
speak me fair in death*

k 343 Speechless-s. grief and dark....k 25 and contain celestial spirits.f 63
speak truly, shame the devil n 443 fair speechless messages*. ...i 110 of all the evil spirits......
that s's it, is the mouth of..1 413 Speed-right onward, 0 s. it....

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blest spirits in celestial..... 8 69
can the devil speak true*,

to thy speed add wings...... 349 the spirit of my dream...... 99
speak to me low..... .b 357 forward with impetuous s...b 457 life by the spirit comes.....e143
to see me turn and speak...m 327 speed the stars of thought...t 419 spirits of the wise sit in*....163
God to man doth speak in...i 394 though bent on speed..

the spirits' voice we hear... f371
grief that does not speak*...p 397 thousands at his bidding s..k 180 high, heroic spirits bleeds... $83
other men their turns to s...b 400 more haste, ever the worst s.p 191 spirit group and close....... 401
speaks, it ravishes all senses.h 475 speed the soft intercourse ... 8 413 aërial spirits, by great Jove.d 1
that weep, and tears that 8...8 480 speed the parting guest.....a 174 spirits when they please.. i 401
mute, and will not s. a*. ...m 477 speed off in distance........cc 308 I can call spirits*.

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do when we speak words... j 482 Speeding-or tree, or door s....n 393 hands of invisible spirits....2 242
blood s's to you in my veins* z 481 Spell-mystic s., written in....h 488 branches hide a sad, lost ... 441
for light cares speak..

s. and the light of each path.: 475 O twilight? spirit that does..e 447
speak what we think....... 385 to find some secret spell.....l 125 sleep holy s., blessed soul....0312

heart thinks his tongues's*.1385 she would s, him backward*. d 477 haunts two kindred s's flee... 395
Speaker-some before the s.....c 496 Spend-to s. that shortness*...k 235 extravagant and erring s.*... 399
Speakest-thou s, truly poet..aa 186 . spend them at my pleasure*.1 291 8. of the chainless mind...
howsoe'er thou s. 'mong*....t 414 a man may spend

wanton spirits look out at*..1476
thou speakest to the Greeks.u 342 Spendthrift-s. is he of hist....2 414 strong affection stirs hers.. 173
Speaking-presager of my s.*....140 Spent-that might be better s...e 94 such love as spirits feel...... 250

eternal thought speaking in.n 420 what we spent, we had... ...h 60 nimble s's in the arteries*.
grace my cause in speaking* v 400 Sphere-whose s.is the largest... 31 then the s. is upon you...... 314
privilege of speaking first*..n 479 spheres of pure activity.......& 2 an unaccustomed spirit*....$ 247

8. words of endearment......k 481 the ninefolded spheres......g 390 choice and masters's of this*.c 499
Spear-like rays in the west....d 411 to some sphere unknown....1254 there are good s's and evil..bb 500
shivered was fair Scotland's s.a 459 wandered alone 'mid yon s's.l 421 eyes of s's might behold.... 332
s's and swords unblest.....w 407 cluster grows a sphere....... 144 holds the fainting spirit up..t357

I, too, will cast the spear..... 442 in rose and purple spheres..b 148 dauntless s. of resolution®.. 3050
Specie-the various species....n 451 united in their spheres..... j 256 it is the spirit's end
Speck-each little speck and...u 217 there motion in one sphere*.1 403 ye familiar s's, that are*....n 195
Spectacled-sights are s.*......f343 tidings from another sphere.j 466 one lair s. for my minister..c 240
Spectator-pleasure to the s's....i 77 down from the spheres......a 274 almost like spirit be........255
Sped-all too swiftly sped......b 106 the music of the spheres*...a 284 spirits are not finely ......266
Speech is great ; but silence..m 382 shot madly from their s's*..a 264 worser s. tempt me again...€ 409
under all s. that is good....
is the fitting of self to its s..p 361 I would you had her s*

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speech is shallow as time...N 382 O sun, burn the great s.*....( 409 her gentle spirit commits..y 464
for ruder speech too fair, .... i 148 law preserves the earth a s...$ 348 have not that alacrity of s.*.* 468
the speech and decree...... 7 275 Spice-tinctured with spice.....e 99 thou invisible s. of wine ..
poetry is unfallen speech....p 338 spices are wafted abroad....w 161 spirits of great events......20 490
speech is fossil poetry..

variety's the very s. of life...1 451 mammon, the least erected s.g 252
the first of speech... .......6383 loves a spice of wickedness..b 464 a s. living 'mid the forms....( 253
silence sweeter is than s.....h 383 Spicy-citron-tree or s-grove...w 145 say, to what s's 'tis granted.2 256
but never taxed for speech* m 383 the spicy woods which blaze.a 273 holy spirit of the spring.... 372
will I trust to speeches*.....p 479 from the spicy shore........y 314 a fearful spirit busy now....375
could wed itself with speech.s 421 Spider-a spider's gray lair.....6 155 beautiful spirit breathing... $376
there was speech in their*..

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226 s's touch, how exquisitely...q 212 my boding spirit shroud.... 31
speeches when half mellow..y 340 a spider's web adorning......j 202 one of the flesh, and of the s.: 206
to be the speech of angels...a 281 subtle spider which doth sit.d 212 ever may my tranquil s. ricez 206
thought is deeper than all s.n 419 Spills-it s's itself in fearing*..p 215 the choice s's get finally laid.. 184
thy speech be sooth*........f 363 Spilt-on the ground like water.1 122 air is living with its spirit. . 339
discretion of speech is more.a 400. Spin-they neither toil vor spin.t 145 to my weary spirit*...

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culld these fiery spirits*....: 459 ripple of wave and hiss of s. i 422 spring-time with one love... i 259

thy s. independence, let me.e 209 every spray now springs.....8 374 spring, with smiling verdure i 371
Spirit-land-have friends in s-1.r 171 Spread-spreads undivided....b 286 spring full of sweet dayes...a 372
Spiritual-s., creatures walk...g 401 griets should not suread far. v 186 flowers of s. are not May's...c 372

love in its essence is s, fire..10 500 and spreads by slow degrees.b 439 spring with all its splendor .h 372

heavenly and s. mould......m 352 Spreading-is s. far and wide... 10 41 spring is with us now.......9372
Spit-spit forth their iron*....n 460 Sprights-s's have just such....c 401 bluebird prophesying spring k372
Spite-fouler s. at fairer mark...g83 sprite begotten of a summer.l 190 8. with a rush of blossoms...1372

you ne'er provoke their spite.cl77 | Spring-back to their spring's...u 4 again has come the s. time..m 372
and spite of pride........ .n 348 8. like youth, fresh..

spring is working silently...n 372
in erring reason's spite.

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in genial spring, beneath....t11 gentle s.! in sunshine clad..p 372
0, spite of spites*.... k 112 apparell'd like the spring*...d 19 s. upon the bosom ofnature's q 372
poisonous spite and envy* .a 104 days are yet all spring. ......d 20 of the year, celestial spring.r 372

in spite of injury and envy..1228 and this our parting spring..n 31 bidding spring arise. ....... 373
Splendid-fill the s. scene....

harbinger of everlasting s....n 31 there is no time like spring..c 373
what splendid misery.

in early s. his airy city builds c 32 spring flies, and with it......e 373
Splendor-s. everywhere......m 272 spring of all brave acts is.... lusty s., all dight in leaves...9373

in his first splendor valley..h 360 spring were all your own...d 161 come O fresh spring airs.....13 73
the veiled splendor beams..n 376 blue as the spring heaven...9 161 in the s, a fuller crimson....k 373
s, borrows all her rays....... 252 I wish that thes. would go..g 208 in thes. the wanton lapwing k 373
turning, with splendour oft. 410 every winter change to s.....e 202 in the 8. a livelier iris.......k 373

stood in all the splendor....e 295 delightful s., whose unshorn q 370 in the spring a young man's k 373
Spleen-mirth and s. about thee.s 167 briny riy'lets to their s's.....1417 maiden s. upon the plain...
that, in a spleen, unfolds*... i 289 s. may boast her flowery....i 376 come gentle spring....

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Splenetive-not s. and rash*....051 least low bloom of spring ...p 126 s. unbosoms every grace....p 373
Splinter-the moon with s's*... V 246 breathing s. of hope and....u 337 8. is in the air and in the....

every splinter pricks........1 254 s. on summer's contines.....r 129 s. time on the eastern hills ..r 373
Spittest-s. the unwedgable*...p 404 shuts the spring of love.....W 241 budded from the bud of s...e 374
Spoil-the s. which their toil...0327 O how this spring of love*. .2 217 garlands fade that spring...p 374

spoils were fairly sold.......0 449 of dimpled spring.... ..0 153 s. again shall call forth every.p374
rich with the spoils of time.c 424 of spring the fairest flower..b 154 every spray now springs....8374
s. like bales unopen'd to the.a 422 it is the spring-time......... 160 wanton s's end in a word*. .w 481
we gathered flowery spoils..o 161 and strength of every spring.e 410 the spring now calls us forth h 150
to his tender spoil.... ...1276 'twas spring, I smiled... .k 234 one swallow does not make s.o370
half the spoils have been....r 362 thy flowering spring. i 236 8.! whose simplest promise..p 370
rich with spoils of nature...g 285 let that season be only s..... X 239 8. hangs her infant blossoms.e 371

bring home s's with infinite.p 458 gentle name of spring....... 269 spring unlocks the flowers...l 371
Spoke-mute, s. loud the doer...Y 88 foretelling spring ...

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welcome, young spring.....m 371
with greatest art he spoke. ...168 all s's beauteous flowers ....U 269 8. returns with the sun's ....t 371
spoke, and eloquence of eyes.j 383 unseen, s. faintly cries......d 270

spring's already at the gate..$ 371
words once spoke can never a 481 the spring is in her train...

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eyes of the s's fair night.....0371
Spoken-a word that's quickly s.l 480 vanish'd s's, like flowers....1270 venturous harbinger of s....p 156

latest s. stillare deem'd......k 480 now 'tis the s. and weeds*...u 176 or brink of rushy spring....b 466
what should be spoken here*.s 119 made a lasting spring*...... 312 can spring be far behind....r 467
recall a word once spoken..m 481 8. days soon will reach us....7434 death quite breaks the s.....p 392

word, at random spoken... 481 hundred flowering springs..a 435 eager to taste the honied 8..u 486
Spoon-he must have a long s*.t 497 pear trees that with spring..d 440 Springing-from the earth fast s.c 221
Sport-8., that owes its pleasure.g77 s. is your sole historian.....n 440 Sprinkle-lonely altars s. as a..w 130

kill us for their sport*........j 77 unfading spring forever.... u 325 Sprinkled-the aquilegia s. on..e 133
the sport of circumstances. .k 117 dear is the greeting of spring g 150 Sprout-time when hedges 8....€ 137
sport that wrinkled care....g 264 when young spring first....k 150 Sprung-noiseless fabric s....... 174
s. that is not worth a candle.u 355 the spring may love them...1150

ever sprung: as sun*.......r 312
of youthful sports...........p 322 spring spread rose-beds. ....r 151 Spur-I have no s. to prick the*.. 9
'tis no sport for peasants.... 375 O virgin queen of spring....u 145 applause is the spur of noble.c 14
an hour for sport...

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sun-flower of the spring.....k 157 fame is the spur that........k 115
sport would be as tedious*. .k 197 violets s. in the soft May....d 159 action spurs our fate........f 252
Sportsman-s. beats in russet.. h 375 darling of the early spring..m 159 with spur we heat an acre*. , k 222
Spot-in their gold coats spots*. f 137 eyes of spring so azure......v 159 what we need any 8., but*..n 379

warms the low spot.........0 272 there are spring violets...... 160 spur your proud horses....h 459
his peculiar spot.... .....a 234 in my breast s. wakens......160 sharpen spur than pay......a 299
such black and grained s’s*..j379 fruit would s. from such a...g 362 honor, the s. that pricks....m 199
chain'd fast to the spot......C380 fair maids o'the spring....... 132 Spurn-spurn at his edict*.....n 280

dim s, which men call earth.h 484 a spring upon whose brink..c 133 Spurned-s. by the young......g 424
Spotless-s. reputation; that*.h 360 the festival of spring........h 133 Spy-or I no faults can spy.....p 331
Spouse-the present spouse....t244 'tis the latest flower of s.....a 136 spy some pity in thy looks*. . i 333

not with man's sworn s.*...9 292 soon fair spring shall give..n 136 knowledge is but sorrow's s.h 223
Spray-for me the trembling s...k 25 we have as short a spring...n 137 to spy into abuses*.........m 215

flowery sprays in love.......j 143 laugh, O murmuring spring.c 140 immortal B's with watchful..d 401
two roses on one slender s...h 153 s's last-born darling.........d271 single s's but in battalions*.g393
magic on blossom and spray h 450 fore-runner of the spring....1271 Squadron-the mustering s.....6 457
toss up their silvery spray..i 323 upward s. to her sweet lips..d 259 | Squeak-sheeted dead did s.*....* 84

SQUIRE.

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Squire-a squire of low degree., 500 and standard of his own....j 253 in heaven no stars, that we... 23
Squirrel-the s. chattering.....d 133 standard and banner alike... i 457 at whose sight all the stars.. 30
Stabbed-am s. with laughter*.c 227 unfurled her standard......9 124 pathway lies among the s'it 3
Staff-s. of honor for mine age*..67 Standeth-s. God within the...k 348 the sun,anderers vas ulstar 1^)

the glittering staff unfurled. i 124 Standing-s. with reluctant feet. 487 the heavens in blitterius is's! 1s)
therefore is called the s. of..g 302 Stanley-on, Stanley on.........8452 kings are like stars
bread is the staff of life......t 302 Stanza-who pens a s. when....c 337 the twinkle of a star...
corne, which is the s. of life.u 302 Star-morn or eve thes, beholds..a 2 our life's star

a staff quickly found*.......0324 stars, invisible by day.........d 6 stars rush forth in myria 1s.*
Stag-stag from underground ...l 12 a bright particular star*. ...... 9 the stars are high
Stage-speak in public on the s..g 76 who build beneath the stars..d 10 the stars are forth......

tragic Muse first trod the s..d 294 the beauty of a thousand s's..g 18 see the evening star appear y 237
actor leaves the stage*. ......l 294 starres are poore books......m 38 pinned it with a star......
drown the stage with teary*. s 294
this book of starres.....

stars they glisten, glisten..
on the 8. he was natural
star unto star speaks...

the stars come forth to listeni
assert the stage

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taken the stars from the.

then stars arise
wonder of our stage.

stars to set-but all...........i 81 thus close up the stars.
resign the s. we tread on... j 425 stars of morning, dew-drops..p 93 the bad revolting stars.
the earth a stage.........

.b 484 stars weep, sweet with joy....193 night, with all stars.,
shoves you from the stage...c 234 in the sky the stars..........8105 dog star shall scorch thy... 370
to this great s. of fools*

stars swim after her track...w 105 vision clear for s', and sun.. 415
where'er his stages may.....1303 but the twinkling of a star..x 489 smoke, like stars by day...... 135
Stager-old cunning s's say i 14 life hovers like a star........d 231 born, with golden s's above... 33
Stagger-s's thus my person*...d84 name to every fixed star* ....k 297 cry out upon the stars ......+2
St. Agnes-eve--ah, bitter chill..e 29 s's burn, the moons increase.c 392 sentinel s's set their watch. +?!
Stain-felt a stain like a wound.6 199 in vain the s's would shine..8 473 stars will guide us back..... 42

walls must get the weather s.i 143 unsphere the s's with oaths*.s 347 cut him out in little star:*.215
not stain an angel's cheek ..a 416 like a 8. new-born that drops. t 444 s's are golden fruit upon a..j
the lily, without stain.......l 155 night followed, clad with s's.o 447 stars with golden feet........
stain my man's cheeks*....m 416 may all the s's hang bright..j 389 the stars of the night..

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s's these mosses green and... i 349 ere the stars were visible....u 303 a single star lights the air... 41)
Stair-as he comes up the stair..r 49 ebony vault studded with s..n 386 the cold light of stars..

you kick me down stairs.....p 87 desire of the moth for the s..f 500 were a star quenched....
as false as stairs of sand*

on the restless fronts bore s’s.p 501 to their fountain, other s's.. 402
up stairs into the world.

wonder'd how the stars...... 435 star that bids the shephrio 43
downward by another's s... 10 266 stars come out to watch.....1 446 un muffle, ye faint stars......473

stairs, as he treads on*......d311 faint few stars looked.......n 446 s's are the daisies that begin 1413
Stake-honour's at the stake*... # 67 thee to salute, kiudly star....o 446 quenchless s's! so eloquently 2413
Stale-s. the glistering of this

tìrst pale stars of twilight...9 446 stars, hide your diminish'u.f413
Stalk-nor bow'd a stalk.

the golden s's of the jasmine.t 143 day is spent, and stars ......
four red roses on a stalk . a 2.22 fair as a star....

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8's survey'd are ignorantly..j413
stalks with Minerva's step... 457

and thanks his stars.........r 162 jovial s. reign'd at his birth*! 475
dew-dabbled on their stalks 1 119 the fiery star, which is its eye.o 145 stars above govern our.....0413
(lanced on their stalks ......p 132 a star for every state.........1 124 calls up the shepherd*..p 413
kindling every twig and s... 141 stars do I my judgment*..... 251 two stars keep not their.... 401
maideas withering on the s..t 478 man is his own star.

and the stars are old.........524)
Stall-shall feed like oxen atas.*.r 83 is not in our stars

separate star seems nothing.t 11,3
the tenant of a stall..........(318 shall rise a star...

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who can count the stars..... 403
Stamboul-magnificent in S. 320 they moved like stars.

certain stars shot madly*.
Siammer-sweet tos. one letter.a 165 skies about the stars. 1 239 a tongue in every star.
Stamp-s. and esteem of ages....r 40 night brings outstars as.... stars are all the poetry ..... :)

almost change the s, of....... 78 heaven and the place of s's..k 410 s's hide themselves in the..#451)
s's God's own name upon a...j 87

heart that lurks behind a s..n 495 at whose sight all the stars..pu)
s. the marriage-bond divine.g 464 star to every wandering*.

one star sparkling through..t41"
s. the seal of time in aged*. .C 427 night and all her stars.......1347 conjures the wand'ring 6'8*
Stand-by which the soul s's....971 star of empire takes its way.m 347 blesses his sis and thinks it, j15)

we stand in our own light...1380 gleaming like a lovely star. . . f 350 and pavement s's, as s's to... 193
we stand upon its brink....m 427 shining station as a star.....t 483 like a star, and dwelt apart., 4 979
heaven and hell I palsied s..d 484 gaze on the s's high above..w 159 poem round and perfecta , a 81341
stand by each other..........t 122 for the finding of a star.....

those are s's that beam on..!"3
I stand for judgment*.

..n 218 the stars have vanished....... 139 a s, which moves not 'mid..q171
f. up and walk beneath......c 233 first pale star of night.. .. 275 stars, that in the earth's..... 19
8. not upon the order of*. ...u 191 stars, like lamps soon..

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evening star grows dim.
they that stand high*..

the frosty stars are gone.....h 278 glows in the stars..
except wind stands as never.u 467 most auspicious start......d 166 love the western star..
we s., by dividing we fall...k 449 set the stars of glory there..g 167 b's, that in the spangled, 5, 101

. upon its own bottom..... 360 the stars shall fade away....j 207 stars, which stand as tbick... 403
I stood and stand alone.....p 394 studded with stars..........6 290 the stars are images of love..br
Standard-s's and gonfalons...j 124 metcors fright the fixed s'g*.m 460 a single star sparkles per...13

my standard of a statesman..1319 radian: as the air aroundas.p 401 a night, full of too-distan s'e. / 192
mind's the s. of the man ...0 255 a glittering star is falling...k 402 Star-chamber-s.e. matter. 332

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Stared-star'd each on other*...9 121 all were for the state........0 449 Steeped-s. me in poverty to*.. a 342
Starless-shadow of a s. night....191 union of s's none can sever..p 449 Steeping-steeping their senses.p 389

the frown of night 8. exposed.g 484 states can be saved..........V 299 | Steeple-sic in steeple hing.....v 20
Star-light-nay; let s-l. fade....g 403 sail on, I ship of state......n 329 | Steer-and down doth he eteer..d 33
daisies, thick as star-light..w 138 Staunch-staunch and strong...l 381 steer right onward....

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Starry-starry cope of heaven. .k 386 Stay-which says, I must not s.c 86 steer from grave to gay..

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silence that is in the f. sky.dd 383 short time to stay as you...n 137 steer 'twixt fertile shores... j 364
starry river-buds glimmered.k 161 glorious sun stays in his*. .a 410 destroy'st thy labouring s... a 295
starry, fragile wind-flower...r 161 here must I stay*..... .....9 235 Stem-nod upon their stems...p 125
bring daisies, little s. daisies.b 139

stay near me, do not take...k 213 harebell trembled on its 8...0141
in her starry shade..........2287 stay at home, my heart....aa 192 pansies, on their lowly s's..k 148
first of all the starry choir... 123 s. to have thee still forget*..i 198 on thy slender stems....... 132

starry crowns of heaven.... g 403 now it seems so hard to s...p 360 rich thy branching stem ...l 134
Star-spangled-the s-s. banner..h 124 s's till we call, and then not.m 354 stems a stream..

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Start-lion than to s. a hare*....772 I stay a little longer.........p 326

their stems in furry white..f 411
thou didst not start.........r 132 and tide for no man stay ...N 427 moulded on one stem*...... 449
the water-lily starts.... ....m 161 Stayed-too late I stayed.......p 427 on the parent stem..........p 272
start so often when thou*. ... i 260 St. Crispin-quits and cobbles., 1318 8. the torrent of a woman's..g 474
was everything by starts.....l 122 Steady-keeps the mind steady.c 399 on their drooping s's they..p 488
would start and tremble..... f 250 Steal-a kiss from thee, as I...... 2 Step-bewar? of de perate s’s...m 43

sad by fits, by g's 'twas wild.z 490 I will not steal them away....i 34 and thy steps, no more*......f51
Started-then it s. like a guilty*.6189 steals timidly away...

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B., exampled by the first*... 103
Starve-60 shall 8. with feeding* h 11 steal! to be sure they may.. 333 trace my step o'er the....... 371

starve with nothing*........k 100 cunningly did steal away....1 232 with tottering s's and slow.. 205
swear, fool, or starve........i 162 gently steal upon the ear....6 283 countest the s's of the sun...c 157
would s, us all, or near it....9 203 s's something from the*...aa 418 zealous step he climbs......h 157

sometimes virtue starves...k 454 judges steal themselves...... 419 my steps have pressed ......g 287
Stately-and the s. lily stands..8144 steal from the world.........y 292 stalks with Minerva's step..d 457
Statesman-strange so great a s.m 319 falling day in silence steals.. i 446 track the s's of glory to the x 178

8., yet friend to truth.......0319 years, s's something ev'ry..p 435 with cautious s's we'll tread.t231
when a stateman wants.....
year it steals, till all are fled. i 428

a single step, and all is o'er. w 408
Station-shining s. as a star....t 483 I come not, friends, to steal*.d 325 upbear thy steps.....

honor is a private station...y 198 steal me awhile from mine*. 1391 by due steps aspire....
high s's tumults, but not...q 186 steal thyself from life....... w 330 the unwary step aside.......a 319

woman's noblest station is d 475 s, out of his wholesome bed.c 382 s's over the burning mark..m 472
Statue-s's of the mere artisans.k 15 steals my purse, s's trash*../ 387 a step more true..........

ere human statue purg'd*...g 280 years s. fire from the mind. h 423 steps with a tender foot....m 164
base of Pompey's statue*...d 211 to her mind what he steals. f 425 walks with level step........h 278
s's, or breathing stonest....9 121 Stealing-s, and giving odour* o 283 with how sad steps ......
defaced their ill-placed s's... i 229 stealing up the slope of time.n 423 first step to self-knowledge..p 223
trees cut in s's, s's thick....t176 Stealth-do good by stealth.... 115 from the tree her step she...e 364
more the statue grows......m 318 Steam-& s, of rich, distillid....2 314 and when our tardy steps..m 232

stands the statue that.......r 318 travelled like steam......... 296 grace was in all her steps... k 475
Stature-he's of s. somewhat...f 196 thy height'ning steam......g 321 his s's we numbered not....d 424

their s., differing but in sex,e 190 to hear the hiss of steam...cc 308 Stepping-nots. o'er the*.....m 268

upright stature in the soul..s 355 Steed-steed threatens e., in*...aa 12 Stepping-stone-rise on 6-s's .. 255
Statute-strict s's, and most*.. w 499 his steeds to water at*. .-9 16 Stern-s. in the joyless fields..m 273
State-with the storms of state*.97 my steed obeys.....

.8 53 sometimes 'tis stern........p 466
the universal salt of states...p 79 farewell the neighing steed*.q116 Stew-certain s's and roast.....c 302
my state was nothing*.....ee 499 as a s. that knows his rider../ 322 Steward-hereditary bore, the s..c41
hung a canopy of state.....m 352 s., the mustering squadron..b 457 steward for the poor........h 252
laws preserve each state....g 325 8. and the rider are lying....i 457 Stick-shoemakers quietly s...o 184
sin in s. majestically drunk. 384 steeds, and trumpets clang* v 476 Sticking-s. together in*.

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s's are great engines moving.y 182 Steel-that is clad in complete s.a 5+ Sticking-place-to the s-p*.

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there was a s. without kings.z 182 no workman's steel., .n 74 Still-movers of the world, sos..i 39
a state for every star.........t 124 heart with strings of steel*. .b 345 and ocean all stood still. ..f78
his state empties itself*.

long divorce of eteel falls*. ..d 345 sound of a voice that is still..b 90
our state improve.... ..6 233 my heart is true as steel*....c 123 that mighty heart is lyings.h 366
I have done the state some*

foemen worthy of their s.... 458 still the morning of the.....c 369
so vanishes our state........ 234 throw away our coats of s.*..h 460 still as in the silent deep.... i 433
this is the state of man*. ....t 235 which in pell’d the steel....p 356

still as still can be..........p 402
when the s, is most corrupt.v 308 my man's true as steel*.....h 443 is of his own opinion still... i 465
in whatever state a man be. . i 464 though cloven with steel...m 449 lie still and slumber....

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knows his pre-existent s....0118 quartering steel*.

.kk 497 always still before the storm. j 432
my state far worser than it*. i 120 patience as with triple 6..... i 328 ceneral pulse of life stood s.o 392
our state cannot be sever'd.. i 257 Steep-sun more beautifully 8..h 366 while all is still and calm... f 483
how the best state to know..h 224 show me the s. and thorny* r 317 Stillness-modest stillness and*.c 331
juster in a state than thee...Y 228 hollow vale from 8. to s.....cc 383 the stillness of our peace...h331
rotten in the s. of Denmark*.w 340 8. my senses in forgetfulness* v 390 8. round the homes of men..i 377
state's unborn, and accents*.h 426 how hard it is to climb the 8.a 114 summer winds the s, broke.n 377
such interchange of state*..k 427 at the foot of the rocky s .. f 127 soft stillness, and the night*,1 283

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stealing in stillness.......... 206 each stone will wrench.....a 319 he mounts the storm, and ... 18
in a great stillness dropped.q 152 stone's have been known*. aa 498 storms keep out the sun.....g Bl

8. first invades the ear......$ 382 stone set in the silver sea* .00 499 the coming on of storms.....P270m
Stilly-the stilly hour, when.... 330 blossoming in stone.........g 296 rainbow to the s's of life*...d 164
Sting-it s's you for your pains. t 71 we lay stone on stone....... 297 all was still before the storm j 132

as its keen sting... ........1 75 pearl, full many a costly 8..d 489 till s’s have worn iheinselves c 434
have a serpent s. thee twice*.e 211 a base foul stone* ..........1 448 8. through his branches.....k 438
armed in their stings*.

· poure oyle upon the stones. v 345 have braved many a storm...e 43)
vice stings us, even.........C 452 labour of an age in piled s's.b:81 heaven with s's of prayer...$ 313
thy sting is not so sharp*..9 210 as easy to draw back a stone m 481 fierce s. of passion torn......945
love is a sting....

..f 244 heart is s., that feels not...m 486 the storm rides on the gale..a 37
leave a s. within a brother's.h 193 Stone-cutter-s-c., or a painter* h 320 vapors, and clouds, and s's..2378

poverty of its sharpest s.....e342 Stone-still-I will stand s-s*....p 407 than storms or quicksands. di 251
Stir-stirs to rouse a lion.......972 Stony-s. limits cannot hold*..) 248 sweetest heard in loudest s.., 17)
a stir, like a saze,

while 'tis mine, it shall be s.* d 193 storms sallying from the....0 156
'tis the divinity that s's.....i 207 | Stood-it is more s. upon......0319 I am storm,--the King ......d 44
would not s. for thousands..7 202 sufficient to have stood..

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the storm is past, but.......9 4.44
stirs this mortal frame...... 240 I stood and stand alone.....p 394 upon the hatches in the s...144
full of soft stir, and free....W 240 stood still the brave.........$ 381 the storm is up*..
you nake this mighty stir..h 322 like one in prayer I stood...o 344 genius of the coming s...... 404

more thou s. it the worse... 490 Stool-push us from our stools* h 75 Storm-cloud-s-c. lurid with... 104
Stirred-nothing stirred within f 78 on my three-foot stool I sit* o 301 Storming-s. now heaveth the..p 376

stirred by sudden hope.....d 158 on such a stool immortal ... 1301 Stormy-pipes the s. wind..... 114

my heart is idly stirred.....k 417 stools were then created ....1301 no stormy murmurs roll..... 275
Stirring-be s. as the time*....X 360 Stoop-s. for buttercups.......m 134 live upon the stormy main..g 313
Stirrup-betwixt the stirrup... 217 stoop where thou wilt.......1138 8. winter, burning summer.u 323
Stock-if onr s. be very small... 8 65 head stoop to the block*....

...f 364

seas and stormy women.....1473
worshipped s's and stones..b 445 heaven itself would stoop...c 454 Story-story without end ......CH7
Stocking-in yellow s's, and*....c1 imagination fondly stoops..v 206 to younger ears the s, back..d 365
Stoic-the s. husband was the.b 204 stoop than when we soar....9 470 sad 8's of the death of kings* c 367

a stoic of the woods........ aa 403 8. thyself to gather my life's..7360 the story of my life*........0235
Stoicism-Roman's call it s....y 403 Stop-the honourable stop*.....9 94 foolish words and empty 8..4: 184
Stole-sable s. of cypress lawn.d 203 Store--increasing 8. with lossi k 427 sofness in the upper story..B 494

s. the livery of the court of..v 204 on bis stores do daily feast..c 485 shuts up the s. of our days.. 425
the precious diadem stolek. w 418 among the store one more*, g122 a face that had a story.......dlil

wonder where you s. them..l351 pine amidst his store.......h 252 will have a place in story.... A 135
Stolen-s, from sorrows' grasp.c 428 all the summer store ........a 131 Stowage-have them in cafe s.* 35

stolen sweets are always....v418 Storied-can storied urn or..... 80 Straggling-obstruct the s. way.1973
s. kisses much completer... v 418 8. windows richly dight......d 58 Straightforward-is alwayss... Y 415
stolen be your apples.......0418 Storm-broken with the s's of*...g7 Strain-blew soul-animating ss. 35

stolen both mine office*. ....p 499 who wings the storms........9 strain, in which the mu se... 14 )
Stomach-loathing to the s*...b 100 make thy stream my.........b 48 8. when zephyrgently blowj. u4is

a stomach, and no food*. . i 166 of our gusts and storms... ...d 48 took in strains that might...12:?
'tis the s's solid stroke...... 254 give her to the God of storms.o 70 strains as would have won..12
takes from the thy s*........ i 260 6. when wave : were rough....195 that strain again*.

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no stomach to this fight*.

so full of frost, of storm....w 111 strain not the laws. ...34 )
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frowns in the s. with angry.o 117 sweetest the strain when in .u323
Stone-rolling stone gathers no.p 45 struggling in the s's of fate .n 118 Strait-honour travels i3 a s*, .a?))

stone walls do not a prison ..066 sudden storms are short*....k 103 Strand-New England's s.......0273
this precious stone*.........m 69 untimely storms make*.. ...d 107 wrote her name upon the s.. 1164
filing but a stonė. ....6 81 nursed in whirling storms..k 150 Strange-and sad, oh, strange....$33
ivy clings to wood or stone, .k 143 a tumultuous privacy of B...f 377 new, to something strange...14
that s. philosophers in vain.m 332 E, be but a mountain birth...) 389 this is more strauge*..
human being brought a s...k 226 emerald scalp nods to the 8..f 440 banner with a s. device .....1 493
shame on those breasts of 8.p 415 it is not in the storm........ 292 s.! that a harp of thousand.324
columns, and many a stone.s 368 black winds and storms..... 323 strange thoughts begets....421
money not a contemptible s.p 268 in breeze, or gale, or storm..323 this is wondrous strange*...
stones of small worth,......9304 that weathered the storm..a 313 'twas passing strange*......* 479
stone unhewn and cold....m 318 shut out in the awful storm.n 466 truth is always strange*.....8 443
is not built with stones. ....) 440 bends to the storm ..........u 381 more strange than true*.....
rattle his bones over the s's.n 341 the stilly hour, when storms.r 330 what a s. thing is man ......n 473
worshipped stocks and s....b 445 were beaten with storms....h 439 Stranger-makest his ear as s... 63
are there no s's in heaven*.. d 422 directs the storm... .6 348 by strangers honour'd........053
violet by a mossy stone.....a 161 when the sun doth light a s.*.1397 as to be always s's to defeat...052
flowers are intermingled s's.h 149 grief is like a summer storm. v 472 s's and foes do sunder.
violet by its mossy stone....8 131 and terrible in storm..... ...1427 a stranger for thy sake*..... 41
statues or breathing stones..9 121 above all earthly storms....d 282 desire we may be better s'&* aa 497
lay stone on stone...
i 230 alternate storm with calm...9 285

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rich stone, best plain set....d 453 calm, that knows no storm..t 455 Strangle-s, the child, the child. ; 215
precious s’s, while in the...p 177 nor heed the s. that howls..c 209 Strangled-s. his languages.. f 416
my heart is turn’d to stone*.d 193 and rides upon the storm...p 179 Stratagem-father of some s.*.bt 36

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