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Straw-tickled with a straw..... 55 Strength-s. with over-matching*i31 tyranny to strike and gall*..$ 418
straws upon the surface...... 104 rugged strength and.. .0 481

strike for your altars... .. 329
take a straw and throw......g 467 strength there is strength....p 33 it s's where it cloth love*...d 398

pigmy's straw doth pierce it* y 384 strength match'd with*.....p 104 Striking-leave s. in the field*.0 461
Strawberry-peeps the dainty s.a 157 thro' sense of s. and beauty.m 147 String-where such s's jar*....k 283

shading wild s's and violets.. 6 129 thy strength thing tested....k 135 have two strings unto....... 18
s., creeping at cur feet......k 129 fear oppress2th strength*.

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the s. grows underneath*.

virtue, the s. and beauty.... 453 untune that string*..
Stray-wheresoe'er we stray....7129 to my proportiond strength.n 407 time's s., make bracelets.... 369
Streak-the s. of silver sea.....m 461 my s. is waned now that.... J 195 silken s. running through..
Stream-from the seas and thes's.u 59 our years of fading strength.h 231 harp not on that string*

far-off stream is dumb......k 29 strengthens with his s...... 233 value hang on slender s's ...h 501
the streams, rejoiced..

breath ands. of every spring.e 410 my heart hath one poor s..p 300
the stream has overflowed... 41 the strength of feeble arins. j 311 green sheath's silken s..... u 145
lroad are these streams...... 53 water its living strength....n 461 heart with s's of steel*, 6 345
a hundred streams are........ 96 the mingled r. of shade..

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8. t'at's strong enough for...p 49 whose fr shness and s....... 439 Stringless-a s. instrument*....Y385
swollen streams divide.......t 159 s. by strengths do fail*......9 498 Strip-and strips others bare...$ 369
s's reflect the blush of morn.b 272 better as muy s. wears away..d 327 Strive-but s. still to be a man. i 253
hidden poets lie the hazy s's .n 376 man's weakness grows the s.c 394 like men, and strive........ j 311
in the s. the long-leaved..... 226 from s. to s. advancing .....k 207

thou dost not strive, O sun.. 386
the s's with softest sound....f 226 as one nail by s. drives out*.0 208 s. mightily, but eat and*...b 308
stream of the pyramid.......f 365 carried new s. and courage. .q 203 Striven-s. and many have
playing, adowr: yon crystal sl 374 greater strength of the acts..c 210 Striving-s. to better, oft*.
B.! in whose transparent wave.e 366 it were a new strength....... i 241 Stroke-with incessants's.
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fiowed and floated like thes.o 189 tower of strength*. ..d 405 to the tune of Autes kept s*.q381
stream, that great civilizer..h 370 all your s. is in your union.bb 182 s's, thoug! with a little axe*g 225
the bashful stream hath seen.h 268 strength to meet sorrow.....) 122 upon the stroke of four*. ...k 305
s's the rock did overwhelm.. j 436 finds that by his strength., m 123 beneath their sturdy stroke.d 29.5
s's from airy mountains.....$ 467 Strengthen-e's unto virtuous.c 362 Strong-I am strong and lusty* m 7
wave the wood, and stir the s. 467 Street-gibber in the Roman s'str 81 8. to live, as well as to think..e 48
s's hang list'ning in their.... 1385 back from the village street..w 69 strong without rage .1 48
beauteous stream, how pure.h 364 clamor of the crowded streets. i 49 strong themselves, by ill*... y 362
view thy silver stream ......m 364 every street has two sides...9 487 our armour all as strong*.
like the stream of time......h 365 cry amid thy cloud-built s's. i 386 to be s. is to be happy ... 191
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broad and fiery stret.......d 332 friendship new is neither s. 1275
hail, gentle stream! forever..0365 'tis in the s. you must learn.d 306 s, the brave, the virtuous...7 2:38
the lowest stream do kiss*... 366 Strew-strew the green lap,

ruling passion s, in death...a 327
$. of pure and genuine love..p 256 s, its short but weary way..a 476 s. for one lone human breast.e 421
taste the stream of Helicon..)335 Stricken-s, dear that left the..c 491 as strong to charm

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chiding s's betray small...... 186 Strife-ortolans, eaten in strife. .1 99 strong and great, a hero.....l 196
running stream, and not a... 190 quiet, some to public strife...f 50 strong only to destroy a 491
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by the s's that ever flow.....k 133 8. and the discouragement..w331 and yet as strong......
above the opposing stream.m 123 strong in its strife..........g 210 that we are not always s....u 345
stream, of pansies, pinks...h 129 my peace is turned to strife.m 238

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fields are drear, and streams.b 378 maddening crowd's ignobles.k 395 yet divinely strong .....

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streams are bright . ... 378 judgment often are at s....aa 471 teach us to be strong.. ..k 111
streams from little fountains. 362 great is the glory, for the s..k 179

so strong, yet so refined..... 454
s's a various race supply....b 124 strife, and carnage drear....a 459 Stronger-with hearts grown s.) 133
wash'd by a slow broad s....b 177

artificial strife lives in*.....n 314 stronger by weakness .....
green grass floweth like a s..t 195 the cause of strife remov'd. $ 307 stronger than necessity..... 287
the streams of dotage flow...t 232 rest is sweet after strife.. ..u 361

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rapid stream of time.........$ 336 flagg'd not in the earthly s..k 207 disaster and defeat the s....c412
craggy hills and running s's.e 447 for the sake of strife.. ...k 256 Strongly-s., and more and....n 212
gilding pale streams*........j 447 discord and continual 8.*...h 258 Strove-strove among God's..aa 255
stream from wisdom's well..I 470 no strife to heal..... ..$ 250 Struck-is s. the vision stays....10
shallow s's run dimpling....c 393 war is nos, to the dark*.

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whence is the s. of time ...m 425 slumberg wak'd with strife* f 312 struck so to the soul*.......k 294
death's mysterious stream..m 427 peace of you I hold such s.*.v 496 Structure-out the wave her s... 58
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b 424 translate the stubborness*..b 166 Sublime-eloquence is to the s..h 102 I do not suffer in dream.....a 428 Studs-setting the s's by their.a 302 make our lives sublime...... y 106 Sufferance-much s. doth*. .187 Studded-studded with stars..b 290 sublime and the ridiculous.d 407 sutferance is the badge*.. Student-workshop of the B.....p 68 large front and eye sublime.h 367 Sufferer-singles. from the field.q 20

iudex learning turns no s...j 209 know how 8, a thing it is....k 408 great sing make great s's....k 31 Studious-studious to please.....18 endless, and sublime... ....a 323 Sufferest-lighten what thou s...1

studious of ease and fond...k 495 Submission-with all s., I......$316 Suffering-worse s's must ensue.d62

studious let me sit and hold h 354 Submissive-lie 8. under........e 31 hath in her suffering won...1388 Study-I can fish and study, too.r 11 Submit-never slavishly a's.... 256 learn in suffering what they.. 37 the love of study is........... 406

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to the hand of heav'n 8......1292 suffering's fire wherewith...b 193 what is your study*........n 406 Submitting-by s. sways... .1 257

suffering becomes beautiful. i 408 study evermore is overshot .0 406 Subordinate-poetry very s....h 340 s's which have no tongue...n 48 study is like the heavens*..p 406 Subserve-but s's another's gain./ 60 suffering is the surest. the more we study. ....... 406 Subsistence-life's mere 8......$ 361 suffering in the bosom... methods of rendering study.r 406 Substance-is as thin of 8. as*...) 97 the cross of suffering bore., .I 405 study to break it*.

..t 291 let the s. out of view........b 401 miserable, doing or suffering.c 162 the proper s. of mankind...h 254 false shadows for true s's*...a 187 to each his sufferings...... aa 396 8. how to die, not how to....1259 each substance of a grief*...d 187 Suffice-suffice for small souls.. 407 what is the end of study*...0 224 when s. love pursues*.......g 247 does not suffice..........

224 learning by 8. must be won.p 227 8., though not animate......m 352 Sufficeth-old rule 8. them.....$ 342 scholar's study or library....t 229 shed their s. on the..........1393 Sufficiency-an elegants.... we enter our studies.. ...a 230 Substantial-are shadows, not s..s 85 Sufficient-books are sufficient. .1 40 the fields his study.

.........9 405 Substantive-those kind s's....6 314 Sugar-hath been as sugar*. then is the time for study....f 406 Substitute-s. creations of the... 335 Suicide-s. renounces earth... 14 403 more men are ennobled by 8.g 406 8. shines brightly as a king*. p 367 Suit-press a s. with passion...b 479 I would study....

. 406 substitute for genius, sense.h 298 th' embroidered s. at least...e 390 love of study a passion... -) 406 Suburb-a s. of the life elysian.a 82 that suit an unpay'd tailor.. 32 changes of s. a dull brain...k 406 Succeed-most people would s...n 8 trappings and the s's of woec 187 8 what you most affect*

s's, the merit's all his own..1490 Suitable-decent, as more s... e 407 after his studies*............ 283 where he succeeds..........8 263 Suitor-rejected several suitors. ve 68 to study the genuine value.d 233 Succeeded-we shall have s.....$ 407 Sullied-torn, trampled, and s... 457 study to prefer a peace*..... 318 Success-portends s. in love.....f 28 Sully-far day sullies flowers...9392 in law's grave study, six.... 4 490 seldom wants success.... ...e 245 Sulphur-darkened with s..... 419

than to s. household good... 1475 small successes suffice....... 407 Sultan-s., rich in many a gem..p 29 Stuff-such s. as dreams*.......997

no success attends..........W 407 Sultry-quit the sultry field....1295 what woful 8. this madrigal.g 283 ill got had ever bad success*.d 408 Sum-the s. of all that makes ..e 257 such 8. the world is made of.g 491 success be strew'd before*. .c 459 make up my sum*. the stuff life is made of.....f 232 though desperate of success.: 331 make the s. of human things. 442

that perilous stuff..........d 310 life lives only in success....e 236 summe up at night, what.. 356 Stumble-they 8., that run fast* x 191 whatever good s. soever.....y 309 sum of all their follies......2 473 Stung-bee had stung it newly.b 112 from them implore success.x 344 Summer-s's exalt the perfume..g 70

kiss her Saviour stung......W 452 tickled with good success*. f 347 alone and summer's gone.....e 31 Stunning-the “s." cigar.......320 Succession-lives upon s.*.....1387 this guest of summer*. 27 Stupendous-parts of one 8......r 74 Successor-supplauted by his sj 196 the comer of the summer...../32 Stupid-no harm in being B.. ...t 406 Such-such as these have lived..g 10 it's surely summer... .... Sty-pleasure in a sensual sty.. i 214 such as I am all true lovers* h 64 the summer's in prime......d 70 Stygian-swiftly to the S.shores.k 309 Suck-s. melancholy out of a* h 260 when 'tis summer weather.... 23 Style-is the highest 8. of man..c 57 profits, the soil's fertility*..2 195 day brings less s. cheer...... 424

8. alone by which posterity.6 407 where the bee sucks*........1 112 no summer then shall glow.m 105 man's style is nearly ......C 107 Sucker-suckers into all its....d 293 s. took her flowery throne... 141 style amaze th' learn'd......9 407 Suckled-s. in a creed outworn.1 202 upon their summer thrones. 161 it is style alone by which...n 298 Suction-woodcocks, upon s...r 203 brave with the s's fair array.a 116 whose classic style, give ....c353 Sudden-starts upon a sudden.t 297 summer hath a close....... 113 wit brightens! how the style.d340 sudden, when forever. ...... 326 flamy pansy usher s. in.....g 148 quiet and so sweet a style*. .6 166 Sue-banish what they sue for*.y 35 summer's in a sea of glory a 347 God gives not kings the 8.... a 367 Suffer-that can wisely buffer*. m 72 to heaven hath a s's day..... 393 how the style refines.....

nobler in the mind, to s.*....u 72 in s's green blooming. a chaste and lucid style.....W 406 suffer these little ones....... 55 the summer of your youth. j 497

8. is the dress of thoughts...a 407 hell I suffer seems a heaven.. 90 on s. days to lie at rest...... 435 Subdue-surpasses or subdues.k 452 to suffer with the body*.....0 211 stormy winter, burning 8... U 325

subdue nations.............p 458 suffer the worst that man*..a 451 whilk sent this s. day.......f 185 Subdued-parties nobly are s.*.a 331 to suffer all alike*......

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eternal s. shall not fade*. ...0 374 Summon-knell that summons*l 92
refulgent summer comes....b 375 summons be, o death ........t 79
any joy indulgent 8. dealt...e 375 upon a fearful summons*...b 189
all s. long perpetual melody.i 375 calmly wait the summons...8 408
s's throbbing chant is done..n 375 who shall resist the s's
birds that were our s. guests c 376 Summoner-dreadfuls's grace*b 263
summer lies low..... .m 376 Sum-total-is the living s-t....h 362
s. gathers up her robes of.../376 Sun-low) descending . views..q2
march with s. does begin...g 148 set us in the s. of my years...k 6
summer knows but Intle.... 7150 against a setting sun* ........7
nursling of soft s. dawns....u 151 which never saw the sun. ....a 8
jolly sommer, being dight... 374 under Araby's soft sun......m 29
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hiding the warm sun........ 59 the s. vine in beauty clung..n 377 the sun too, shines into....... 64 eventide, the eventide of s..a 411 the sun was set .... .......6 22 one summer's eve...........u 281 to the s. in lonely lands......p 24 waft me to summers of old..k 126 holds observance to the sun.. 25 the summer's flower is

sun ariseth in his majesty*...h 26 bring winter and summer...u 401 thes, would let me read... . 36 made glorious summer*

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dial to the sun... the trees though summer*..u 195 the sun from the day.. darling of the s, weather....m 126 farthing candle to the sun ...e77 follows not summer more*. .j 251 the sun is in the heaven*.....e 79 shall see in a summer's day*.q 254 the sun in all his state.......79 all the summer store........a 131 wishes lengthen as our sun..d 90 children of summer........ 132 pebbles glancing in the sun .u 41 along the river's g. walk.....0133 Run gazed cheerlessly .......k 30 the golden summer dies....,1135 tidings of the sun's uprise*.m 30 bloom doth summer bring..a 136 the sun in all his state.......179 S. came, the green earth's...c 136 when the sun eetg* .........d 107 most meet for summer days. i 136 sun insists on gladness. ...k 93 S., the chilling autumn*....m 370 laughing in the summer s...1109 8. blinks on flowery braes...b 374 bright sun glorifies the sky*.1110 the gorgeous fame of s...... 386 thou dost not strive, O sun.. i 386 dreams of the s. night..

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all, except their sun, is set..c 374 eternal s. gilds them yet....c374 no sun to call her brightness.x 153 green and fair the s. lies....e 374 half in shade and half in s..w 151 there comes a 8. sound......f374 that well-wooing sun........t 155 s, is crowned with roses....g 374 on the s's noon-glory gaze..m 157 glad s., fare thee well........h374 turn'd to the sun............N 157 61mmer glow lieth low .....j 374 thes's revolving splendour..p 157 8. days beside the joyous sea.k 374 comes out when the s's away f 158 it's surely summer, for...m 374 long as there's a s, that sets.h 135 8. dawn's reflected hue .....n374 peeps the sun through ...... 271 'tis the last rose of summer.v 153 s's grow meek, and the meek.n 272 it's sweets upon thes....... 155 hold the sun imineasurably.a 273 the s's generous lights...

departing, distaat sun.......e 273 'twas summer-I was glad..k 234 storms keep out the sun.....g 231 thy s's arlent strength...... i 236 for yet the sun was not.....d 237 nor long s. bide so late......g 208 sun beat hot and thirstily....h 422 see on summer morning....n 278 to-morrow's s. to thee may...f 429 many a summer the grass...a 279 yon s. that sets upon the sea.n 430 the summers in her ark..... 270 by the sun of York..........e 408 to show how costly s.*......p 246 the next sun's rising........8313 in their summer beanty*... 222 others hail the rising sun...b 492 tears of joy, like summer ...b 415 gorgeous as the sun at*. ...0b 496 manys's in a sea of glory*...e 179 at whose sight like the sun..r 501 where is the pride of s...... i 432 proves the risence of the s.o 441 S., beggared now and old....e 436 truth, like the sun .........0413 green not alone in summer h 437 sympathising sun his light..e 435 in s's drought I'll drop*. ....i 352 if the sun would ever saine. j 136 beings of a summer's day....t 295 fear in his frown when the s.k 438

for the summer's dead.....m 466 rain, rain, and sun..........p 352 Summer-house-s-h. that knows t 176 as the sun breaks through*.. i 200 Summersault-his seconds....m 123 the meek suns grow brief....Y 465 Summery-prodigal ofs, shine.d 393 serenely the sun sank....... 466 Summit-s., like all hills. .....f 114 steadfast as the noonday s..9357

snow to-day on thy s...... r 279 walks under the midday s...V 358 gilds the bright summit....c 201 s. was red with rays of gold.w 325

common s., the air, the skies.v 325 yet never sleep the sun up...g 392 the sun doth light a storm* ..t 397 good morrow to the sun*. ... i 481 over all, the blessed sun.....b 142 honeysuckle ripen'd by the s*n 142 forbid the sun to enter*.....n 142 their beloved suns awake....j 161 bask'd him in the sun.....bb 162 sun upon an Easter-day

c 164 vernal s's and vernal gales.. at the s's resplendent light..k 146 echoes the sun, and doth...0146 the sun's and her power is..p 146 for the dew and the sun's....t 119 spring returns with the s's..t371 as the dial to the sun........ 122 dances in the golden sun....d 134 as yet, the early-rising sun..n 137 dewdrop from the sun.......h 139 children of the sun..........6 364 sun more beautifully steep..h 366 s. laughs sweetly downward.m 371 sun was laughing with...... the sun is bright...... ..k 372 greet the glowing sun....... 372 snow-drops feel as yet the s..b 373 s. himself grow dim with age.) 207 the sun is laid to sleep......c 275 the sun began to climb... ..$ 276 the glad sun, exulting..

..e 277 ere the glorious s. be born...é 277 sun emerging opes an.......t 277 before the worshipp'd sun*..v 277 farewell of the glorious s.*...Y 277 the golden sun salutes*. full the glorious sun........h 278 warms in the sun..

..5 286 brighte sonne had lost his.... 287 the sun was sunk...

.8 288 when ths sun is hid*. ...2 289 fair disclosed, child of the s..b 375 down upon the autumn sun.g 376 sun shines not so brightly..a 378 sun through dazzling snow..1373 glowing with thes's departed h 331 the sun was laughing.... shall be-beneath the sun...6 225 to live coeval with the sun...f 228 we live by an invisible sun.u 230 a world without a sun...... 253 ere to-morrow's s. go down..j 253 when the sun concealed.....9 261 glad and glorious sun....... k 269 'neath the sun are born..... 270 the golden sun gives not*...h 248 till the sun grows cold......r 249 the kindling s. of summer...c 128 they first feel the sun.......a 129 the mild s. his paling lustre.a 411 wonder why the settings....c 411 sun goes out of sight....... .e 411 circulars from time the s....e 411 setting s. breaks out again...f 411 down sank the great reds...g 411 stooping sun up-gathers his. i 411 the setting sun, and music*.0411 how bright was the sun.....9 411 cradled near the setting sun.a 412 vision clear for stars and s..d 415 the sun's a thief*.

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flocks had ta'en their supper a 21) like the heaven's glorious s.*.p 406 Sunlit-came in a s. fall of rain.m 373 is s. ready, the houset......3 see the sun! God's crest.... 409 meadow blossom, of s. spaces. 139 Supper-time-till s-t. alone*....e $14 sun, centre and sire of light.g 409 beneath the sunlit sky..... f223 Suppliant-readmit thos........165 radiant sun is nature's eye..j 409 Sunny-summer all the s. days..l32 cvery sigh a contrites....... ]$ the s. once more is glancing.1 409 thick in many a sunny spot.1140 thus the suppliant prays.... 23 the sun stands, at midnight.m 409 countless sunny hours...... i 272 Supplication-thanks and 8.... 431 whence are thy beams, Os..n 409 it is a sunny, hour of play... ( 243 Supply-if heaven send no s's..c3R S., of this great world both..r 409 daisies, sunny eyed p 127 Support-but to support him*, O s., burn the great sphere* ( 409 spots of sunny openings.

s's the mind s's the body too./2010) shine out, fair sun*.........w 409 the shady side and the s.....9 487 what is low, raise and s......1348 sun stays in his course*.....d 410 and sunny as her skies......

..g 473 Supremacy-seek for rule, s.*. .y 476 8. that shines upon his court*.c 410 marigolds toward the s. side.6 487 Supreme-thou Good Supreme.cW sun is all about the world we c410 Sun-observing-marigold......6 147 who stands s. in power ......143 sun reflecting upon the wind.f 110 | Sunrise-s. wakes the lark to....d 26

Bupreme he sits..... rising sun complies with... 410 still toward s. on the vault...e 32 Sure-assurance doubly s*, ...,113 sun sinks down behind the..1410 enter there, ere sun-rise*. ...2345 to make sure B with all diffusive rays......l 454 Sunset-sunset of life gives me...p 5 that is sure to come... the sun is set; and in....... 446 clouds come o'er the sunset...n 5 sure as night follows day ...34 amber wake of the long-set s.c 447 dreadful day-book open till a.h 10 God's mill grinds slow buts 8. bas lengthen'dev'ry shade. f 447 just after sunset....

sure of man through praiser 475 sun hath made a golden set?.m 447 sunset's last reflected shine..c 135 Surely-or surely you'll grow.414 8. burns all our grass away..7 398 ere sunset all is enow....... 370

art 8.asin heaven SIS warms in the sun...........p 318 through the sunset of hope..y 201 its s, summer, for there's

names were to I lot out the 63 473 golden sunset leaves its ray..p 153 Surety-wound of peace is s... r 4-3 Sunbeam-vanish'd in the s's*.m 21 maple swamps glow like a s... 435 Suri-yet, creature of the suri, 1 sunbeams to the sky. .........993

o'er ull alike the imperial s..m 184 Surface-shifting 8. cherishes...p4" laughing s's thro' the.......2141 mocking the sunst skies....1148 to brush the surface......... 65 sunbeams out of cucumbers.t 163 Sunshine-tlo ,lails, the........ 6 straws upon the surface.....) it is as true as sunbeams....h 469 despis'd in thes, hours.,

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sweep, and a surge sublime.: 427 s. pours over the cold.

sunshine fill the shady.place. i 144 ' Surgeon-a surgeon to old*.../31.3 Sunday-go to church on S. .. f 49 gracious as 5., sweet as dew.j145 Surgery-liath no skill in s*. S's, at the matiz-chime.

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yellow as-unshine, purple as.h 148 Surgical-s. operation to get a. e 4 S's of man's life, thredded...e 369 the evening winds, the s....j 148 Surmise-pipe blown by sist.... 3 S. heaven's gates stand ope, .e 369 the sunshine and the dew...n134 canst not tell nor yet s.......+10 does not divide the Sunday*.u 225 made x, rifts of splendor....1 135 Surpass-surpaeses or subdues.. 452 sigh away Sundays....

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like a sunflower by a brook..c380 sparkling sunshine smiling.a 272 Surrender-dies, but never s's...4 the s. turns on her god......U 243 the sweet calm sunshine....0272 Surrounded-should be s....... 172 valorous suntlowers........m 125 the s. is a glorious birth.....€ 208 Survey-and round surveys... v 197 the broad-faced suntlower...n 125 eternal sunshine settles......$ 279 monarch of all I survey.... 334 sunflower, weary of time....c 157 pour back the s. hoarded....€ 136 Surveyed-9. are ignorantly lel.j413 where the sunflowers blow.. 157 pledge of peace and s.. ......7352 Survive-all thoughts else s... yellow s. by the brook.......e 157 love is sunshine..... ..0 493

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8. sleeps at wisdom's........m 469 Sweep over thee in vain.....$322 'tis sweet to see the evening y 287 Suspicious is always 8........6341 Sweeping-s. with shadowy gust.1 467 'tis sweet to listen as the.. .y 287 Suspire-but yesterday did 8.* c176 Sweet-diffuse their balmy s's....b 4 'tis sweet to view on high ..Y 287 Sustain-the prop that doth s.*. r 91 speak, s., I'd have you do it*..23 how sweet, when labours. .a 289 words, "g.' and 'abstain"...) 332 ah, sweet content, where.....k 65 sweet are the slumbers..

. 453 s'r, and agitates the whole...z 180 sweet are the thoughts....... h 66 for the heart, like a s. voice.d 456 Sustained-s. and soothed by..k 360

where most sweets are......... 87 world, and all her fading s's f 426 Swaggering-with a B. accent*..p 291 so coldly sweet.....

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the synagogue of swallows..m 32 sweets are, there lyes a snake.o 87 8. as the presence of a woman k 410 swallow felt the deepest grief.n 32 only a s. and virtuous soul...a 64 extracting liquid sweet.....g 436 I said to the little swallow... 032 8. is zealous contemplation*..v 64 sweet from the green mossy v 461 come one swallow...........p 32

I found it sweet and fair......142 a wilderness of sweets......6326 there goes the swallow.......9 32

sweet and has many........u 143 partiug is such s, sorrow...1326 the swallow sweeps the. .6 33 every flower is sweet to me. f 145 and every sweet its sour .... i 495 in spouts the s's build. .....e 115 and all the worll of sweets...( 147 'tis sweet to know there is. i 463 the swallow follows not*....) 251

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takes, opens, swallows it....$ 307 sweet is the cypress.......... 131 how sweet, though lifeless..k 392 Swallowed-others to bes........136 swete as is the breuble flour.k 134 passing sweet is solitude....v 394

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never turn a s's black legs*...h33 has made the pasture sweet.o 138 verse sweetens toil..........p 385 & Wan with bootless labour... 33 the sweet forget-me-nots....n 140 Sweetened-s. by all that is...... 99 soft as the swan....

box where s's compacted lie.a 372 Sweetener-of life and soldier..e 172 two swans all white as.......c 3:3 spring, full of sweet dayes, a 372 Sweeter-9. none than voice....j 170 the swan's down feathers*....)33 'tiy sweet, as year by year. ../ 169 s. than the lids of Juno's*.. n 160 the stately-sailing swan......k 33 rose, mid dewy sweets.......d 151 s. than perfume itself.*.....

..9315 8. through the summer sea.. h 313 sweet rose, whose hue......m 152 odours crushed are sweeter.. e 412 think thy swan a crow*.....9111

s. and fair she seems to be .d 155 s, than the sweet ambrosial 2 470 8. flocks of lilies shoreward. n 161 its sweets upon the summer.i 155 silence s. is than speech... h 383

we went, like Juno's swanske 171 gave temperate sweets.....,1155 Sweetest-to be lost when s... ...c87 Swarıl-pushes up the sward..m 137 s's so thanklessly are shed...g 156 brightest still the sweetest...b 45 daisies upon the sacred s....q 138 sweet verbena, which being.o 158

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...i 372 he the sweetest of all singers 8 385 Swear-s., fool, or starve........1102 half so sweet in life. .... 244 Sweetly-s, sounds the voice... i 456 I s., I use no art at all*.......1211 how sweet is love itself

80 s. she bade me adieu..... 326 0, s. not by the moon ...... 208 a preserving sweec* .........6 247 s. as a nightingale*. ........m 477 swears a prayer or two*..... 121 coming my own, iny sweet..f 250 Sweetness-wild s. I wak d .....a 71 let uss. an eterual friendship.c 173 sending its s's upon the.....1374 our lives' sweetness......... 84 to swear against you*........f 219 party, to enjoy its sweets... 375 all the 8. of a gift unsought..h 148 they s. it, till affirmance.....2291 is far less sweet .... ....... 261 folds the lily all her 8. ......1161 but if you swear by that*...n 291 because it hath been sweet..l 262 in sweetness, not in music..n 161 do not swear at all*.. 0 291 diffuse their balmy sweets, .q 127 gulfs of s, without bounds... i 272 swear by thy gracivus selfi... 291 the violet-solution sweet... 128 swooning in sweetness...... 154 to swear unto a sin*.........1 291 rustic solitude 'tis sweet....k 129 the single drop of sweetness a 212 swear not*.....

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