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mend it or be, 121. Riddle of the world, 317. Ride abroad, next doth, 417. mankind, things, 599. to crouch to wait to, 30. Rides in the whirlwind, 299, 331. on the posting winds, 160. post, evil news, 242. upon the storm, 423. Rider, steed that knows its, 542. Ridicule, sacred to, 328. the test of truth, 578. truth the test of, 444. Ridiculous affairs, serious in, 735. excess, wasteful and, 79. in serious matters, 735. no spectacle so, 591. sublime to the, 431. Riding o'er the azure realm, 383. Rift within the lute, 629. Rigdom Funnidos, 285. Rigged with curses dark, 247. Right and wrong he taught, 672. as a trivet, 676. as God gives us to see the, 622. be sure you are, 852. born to set it, 133. by chance, a fool now and then, 414. divine of kings, 332. firmness in the, 622. following him that sets thee, 754. form of war, 112. hand forget her cunning, 824. hand, his red, 227. hands of fellowship, 846. his conduct still, 399. his life I 'm sure was in the, 260. I see the, and I approve it too, 295. in every cranny but the, 424. is right since God is God, 653. is right to follow, 623. little tight little island, 675. makes might, faith that, 622. man in the right place, 642. mind, clothed in his, 841. names, call things by their, 457. of all, duty of some, 505. of an excessive wrong, 650. on, I only speak, 114. onward steer, 252. or wrong, our country, 675. rather be, than president, 517. sorry for your heaviness, I am, 6. the day must win, 653. there is none to dispute my, 416. to begin doing well, earns the, 648. to dissemble your love, 445. was right, 444. whatever is is, 316. whose life is in the, 318. words, how forcible are, 816. Rights, blacks had no, 675. dare maintain, their, 438. men who know their, 438. of a man, how he lies in the, 648. of man, called the, 409. property has its duties as well as, 582, 609. reparation for our, 364. unalienable, 434. Righteous are bold as a lion, 829. die the death of the, 813. forsaken, not seen the, 819. hath hope in his death, 826. man regardeth the life of his beast, 826. overmuch, be not, 830. perils doe enfold the, 27. shall flourish, 822. Righteousness and peace, 821. exalteth a nation, 826. sun of, 836. word of, 848. Rightly to be great, 142. Rigorous law, 704. Rigour of the game, 508. of the statutes, 47. Rill, by cool Siloam's shady, 535. nor yet beside the, 386. sunshine broken in the, 526. Rills, thousand, 382. Rim, the sun's, dips, 498. Ring happy bells, 633. in the Christ that is to be, 633. in the thousand years of peace, 633. in the valiant man, 633. of verse, thy rare gold, 651. on her wand she bore, 520. out my mournful rhymes, 633. out old shapes of disease, 633. out the darkness of the land, 633. out the narrowing lust of gold, 633. out the old ring in the new, 633. out the thousand wars of old, 633. out wild bells, 633. posy of a, 138. the fuller minstrel in, 633. to evensong, 19. with this, I thee wed, 851. Rings, and chains, wearers of, 511. of which all Europe, 252. Ringing grooves of change, 626. Ringlet, blowing the, 627. Ripe and good one, a scholar and a, 101. and ripe, hour to hour we, 68. cherry, I cry, 201. Ripened in our northern sky, 433. into faith, persuasion, 481. Ripeness, love grown to, 624. Ripening breath, summer's, 106. his greatness is a, 99. Ripest fruit first falls, 81. Ripples break round his breast, 677. Rise by sin, some, 47. honest muse, 322. let it, till it meet the sun, 529. like feathered Mercury, 86. up Xarifa, 677. with the lark, 454. Risen on mid-noon, 235, 476. Rising all at once, their, 227. early, heaven's help better than, 790. in clouded majesty, 233. in his, seemed a pillar of state, 227. to a man's work, 753. Risks nothing gains nothing, 21. Rival all but Shakespeare's name, 513. in the light of day, 482. River, Alph the sacred, 500. at my garden's end, 289. Dee, lived on the, 427. fair and crystal, 180. glideth at his own sweet will, 470. in Macedon, there is a, 92. like the foam on the, 491. like the snow-fall in the, 451. of his thoughts, 553, 614. of passing thoughts, 752. Rivers are highways, 799. by shallow, 41. cannot quench, 95. of Egypt, 833. run to seas, 274. wide and shallow brooks, 248. River's brim, primrose by a, 468. Rivets up, hammers closing, 92, 296. Rivulet of text, a neat, 442. Rivulets dance, where, 469. myriads of, 630. Road, along a rough a weary, 448. fringing the dusty, 657. life's dark, through, 564. like one on a lonesome, 499. morn furthers a man on his, 694. no street no, 586. of casualty, 62. takes no private, 320. taxed horse on a taxed, 462. through life's dark, 564. to virtue, no ready, 218. whose dust is gold, 236. Roam, absent from Him I, 497. soar but never, 485. some love to, 653. they are fools who, 362. when far o'er sea we, 525. where'er I, whatever realms to see, 394. Roamed o'er many lands, 582. Roar, a lion in the lobby, 352. gently as any sucking dove, 57. give a grievous, 352. he did not only sigh but, 283. music in its, 547. nature says best and she says, 283. set the table on a, 144. you an 't were any nightingale, 57. Roaring lion, as a, 849. lions, talks as familiarly of, 78. Roast an egg, the learned, 330. beef of old England, 363. Roasted rare, new-laid eggs, 274. Rob a neighbour, that he might, 592. me the exchequer, 86. Peter and pay Paul, 186. the Hybla bees, 115. us of our joys, 406. was lord below, 474. Robs me of that which not enriches him, 153. the vast sea, the sun, 109. Robbed, he that is, 154. the, that smiles, 151. Robbery, change be no, 17. Robbing Peter he paid Paul, 14. Robe, dew on his thin, 515. of clouds, throne of rocks in a, 553. of night, azure, 573. the judge's, 47. Robes and furred gowns hide all, 148. garland and singing, 253. loosely flowing hair as free, 178. riche or fidel, 1. Robin Hood, a famous man is, 473. jolly Robin, 404. Robin-redbreast, call for the, 181. Robinson Crusoe, poor, 391. Robustious periwig-pated fellow, 137. Rock aerial, brotherhood upon, 480. dwell on a, or in a cell, 26. founded upon a, 839. gem of the old, 219. moulder piecemeal on the, 549. of Ages cleft for me, 432. of the national resources, 531. pendent, a towered citadel, 158. reclined, all on a, 347. shall fly from its firm base, this, 491. stood on, to bob for whale, 217. tall, the mountain, 467. the cradle of reposing age, 328. us nearer to the tomb, cradles, 309. weed flung from the, 542. Rocks and hills, 150. caves lakes fens bogs, 228. fleeting air and desert, 181. music hath charms to soften, 294. pure gold, water nectar and, 44. throne of, robe of clouds, 553. whereon greatest men have oftest wrecked, 240. Rock-bound coast, stern and, 569. Rock-ribbed hills, 572. Rocked in the cradle of the deep, 676. Rocket, rose like a, 431. Rocky are her shores, 344. Rod and thy staff, thy, 819. beaten with his own, 9. he that spareth his, 826. of empire might have swayed, 384. of iron, rule with a, 849. reversed, his, 246. spare the, 8, 213, 262. to check the erring, 475. wit 's a feather a chief a, 319. Rode, full royally he, 23. the six hundred, 628. Roderick, art thou a friend to, 491. where was, then, 492. Rogue, inch that is not fool is, 269. Rogues in buckram, 84. Roguish thing, equity is a, 194. Roll darkling down, 366. of common men, 85. of honor, pension list is the, 669. on dark blue ocean, 547. wherever waves can, 413. Rolls it under his tongue, 283. of fame, in all the, 345. of Noah's ark, 268. Rolled two into one, 454. up the wrong way, hedgehog, 584. Rolling deep, home on the, 679. in fine frenzy, 59. stone gathers no moss, 14, 711. year is full of thee, the, 357. Roman fame, above all, 329. fashion, after the high, 159. hand, we do know the sweet, 76. holiday, to make a, 546. more an antique, than a Dane, 146. name, above any Greek or, 267. noblest, of them all, 115. senate long debate, can a, 298. streets, gibber in the, 126. than such a, 114. thought hath struck him, a, 157. urns, fire in antique, 213. Romans call it stoicism, the, 298. countrymen and lovers, 113. last of all the, fare thee well, 115. Romance, by the shores of old, 472. Romances of Marivaux, 387. Romanism and rebellion, 679. Romantic, if folly grow, 321. Rome, aisles of Christian, 598. big with the fate of, 297. but that I loved, more, 113. can Virgil claim, 271. do as they do at, 791. eternal devil to keep state in, 110. grandeur that was, 640. growing up to might, 642. hook-nosed fellow of, 90. I do fast on Saturday at, 767. in the height of her glory, 533. more than the Pope of, 212. move the stones of, 114. not built in one day, 15, 792. palmy state of, 126. queen of land and sea, 642. shall fall when falls the Coliseum, 546. than second in, 727. thou hast lost the breed of noble bloods, 110. time will doubt of, 558. when at, do as they see done, 193. Romeo, wherefore art thou, 105. Roof, arched, 251. fretted with golden fire, 134. to shrowd his head, 189, 194. under the shady, 250. Room and verge enough, ample, 383. as your company, 859. blazed with lights, 109. civet in the, 415. for Shakespeare, 179. for wit, heads so little no, 222. infinite riches in a little, 41. no gilded dome swells the lowly, 571. no wit for so much, 222. up of my absent child, grief fills the, 79. who sweeps a, 204. worst inn's worst, 322. Roost, as chickens come home to, 606. Roosts, perched, 242. Root, axe is laid unto the, 841. humility that low sweet, 527. insane, 116. love that took an early, 589. nips his, and then he falls, 99. of age, worm at the, 423. of all evil, money is the, 848. of the matter is in me, 817. tree of deepest, 432. Roots itself in ease, 131. Rooted sorrow from the memory, 125. Rope enough, you shall never want, 773. Rosaries and pixes, 215. Rose, any nose may ravage a, 643. at Christmas, desire a, 54. Aylmer, 511. blossom as the, 834. budding, above the full blown, 476. by any other name, 105. dewdrop clinging to the, 611. flung odours flung, 238. go lovely, 220. growing on his cheek, 31. happy is the, distilled, 57. I am not the, 806. in aromatic pain, 316. in spring, familiar as the, 752. is fairest when 't is budding, 491. is sweetest washed with dew, 491. Je ne suis pas la, 806. just newly born, the, 611. last, of summer, 521. like a full-blown, 575. like a rocket, 431. like an exhalation, 225. lovely is the, 477. my life is like the summer, 677. my luve 's like a red red, 451. of love, gather, 202. of the fair state, 136. of youth, he wears the, 158. red as a, is she, 498. should shut and be a bud, 575. so red, never blows the, 768. sweeter in the bud, 33. that all are praising, 581. that lives its little hour, the, 573. thought like a full-blown, 575. under the, 219. up he, and donned his clothes, 142. vernal bloom or summer's, 155. with leaves yet folded, 560. with thorns, 691. without the thorn, 203, 232. Roses and lilies and violets, 581. and white lilies, 685. bower of, by Bendemeer's stream, 526. four red, on a stalk, 97. from your cheek, 378. full of sweet days and, 204. in December seek, 539. make thee beds of, 41. month, of leaves and, 655. never expect to gather, 692. red and violets blew, 28. repentance amid the, 355. roses strew on her, 665. scent of the, 522. she wore a wreath of, 581. strew on her roses, 665. virgins soft as the, 549. Rosebud garden of girls, 631. set with thorns, 629. Rosebuds, crown ourselves with, 836. filled with snow, 685. gather ye, while ye may, 202. Rose-leaves scattered, like, 558. stirred with the air, 558. Rose-lipped cherubin, 155. Rosemary for remembrance, 142. Rosewater on a toad, pour, 597. Ross, the Man of, 322. Rost, rule the, 8, 194. Rosy light, sprinkled with, 338. red, celestial, 238. sea, upon the, 524. steps, morn her, 234. Rot and rot, from hour to hour we, 68. propagate and, 317. to lie in cold obstruction and to, 48. Rots itself in ease, 131. Rote, learned and conned by, 115. Rotten apples, small choice in, 72. at the heart, a goodly apple, 61. in Denmark, something is, 131. Rottenness, firmament is, 245. Rough as nutmeg-graters, 313. quarries rocks and hills, 150. rude sea, all the water in the, 81. Rough-hew them how we will, 145. Rough-island story, 628. Roughly, life has passed, 423. Round and round we run, 653. at the top, from the, 655. attains the upmost, 111. dance their wayward, 469. fat oily man of God, 357. glory guards with solemn, 681. hoop's bewitching, 378. keeps up a perpetual, 749. life's dull, 379. numbers are false, 375. the slight waist, 548. the square, all, 584. trivial, the common task, 569. unvarnished tale, 150. while you perform your antic, 123. Roundabout, this great, 424. Rounded with a sleep, life is, 43. Roundelay, my merry merry, 25. Round-heads and wooden shoes, 300. Rouse a lion, the blood stirs to, 84. and stir as life were in 't, 125. the lion from his lair, 495. Rousseau, ask Jean Jacques, 417. Rout on rout, ruin upon ruin, 230. where meet a public, 176. world with its motley, 424. Routed all his foes, thrice he, 271. Roving, go no more a, 553. Row brothers row, 518. one way and look another, 186. Rowers, like, who advance backward, 777. Rowland for an Oliver, 859. to the dark tower came, 147. Roy's wife of Aldivalloch, 674. Royal office to execute laws, 411. path to geometry, 811. train believe me, a, 100. Royally he rode, 23. Royalty of virtue, the, 668. Ruat coelum fiat voluntas tua, 205, 218. Rub, let the world, 786. there 's the, 135. Rubs which providence sends, 401. Rubente dextera, 227. Rubicon, I had passed the, 530. Rubies grew, where the, 201. price of wisdom is above, 817. wisdom is better than, 825. Rudder is of verses, rhyme the, 211. true, steer my, 777. Ruddy drop of manly blood, 602. drops, dear as the, 112, 383. Rude am I in my speech, 149. forefathers of the hamlet, 384. hand deface it, may no, 469. in speech, though I be, 846. militia swarms, 273. multitude call the afternoon, 56. sea grew civil at her song, 57. stream, mercy of a, 99. Rudely, speke he never so, 2. stamped, I that am, 95. Rue and euphrasy, 240. nought shall make us, 80. with a difference, wear your, 142. Rueful conflict, the heart riven the, 473. Ruffian, that father, 85. Ruffles, sending them, 398. when wanting a shirt, 286. Rug, snug as a bug in a, 361. Rugged line, harsh cadence of a, 270. Russian bear, 122. Ruin and confusion hurled, in, 300. drunkenness identical with, 765. final, fiercely drives, 309. has designed, whom God to, 269. lovely in death the beauteous, 308. majestic though in, 227. man marks the earth with, 547. one prodigious, swallow all, 337. or to rule the state, 267. prostrate the beauteous, 453. seize thee ruthless king, 383. systems into, hurled, 315. the fires of, glow, 513. threats of pain and, 385. upon ruin rout on rout, 230. Ruins, fame on lesser, built, 258. human mind in, 682. of himself, the, 347. of Iona, 369. of St. Paul's, 591. of the noblest man, 113. Ruin's ploughshare, stern, 448. Ruined by natural propensities, 411. Ruin-trace, can print no, 610. Rule alone, too fond to, 327. all be done by the, 157. Britannia, 358. exceptions prove the, 187. eye sublime declared absolute, 232. Homer's, the best, 328. little sway, a little, 358. long-levelled, 244. none shall, but the humble, 599. of men entirely great, 606. of Plato, 254. over others, how shall I, 771. the good old, 473. the great, ill can he, 29. the law, rich men, 395. the rost, 11, 194. the state, to ruin or to, 267. the varied year, to, 356. them with a rod of iron, 849. Rules, a few plain, 479. and hammers, 159. never shows she, 321. o'er freemen, who, 375. the twelve good, 398. the waves, Britannia, 358. Ruler of the inverted year, 420. Ruleth all the roste, 8. his spirit, he that, 827. Ruling passion, 321, 322. power within, 750. Rum and true religion, 556. Romanism and rebellion, 679. Ruminate, as thou dost, 153. Rumination wraps me, my often, 70. Rumour of oppression, 418. Rumours of wars, 841. Run amuck, too discreet to, 328. away and fly, 212. away, they conquer love that, 200. back, time will, 251. before the wind, 393. he may, that readeth it, 836. I can, or I can fly, 246. to and fro, many shall, 835. to wait to ride to, 30. with the hare, 33. with the hound, 12. Runs away, he that fights and, 216. away, he who fights and, 403. may read, he that, 422. the great circuit, 420. the world away, 138. Runneth not to the contrary, 392. over, my cup, 819. Running brooks, books in the, 67. sprightly, 276. Rupert of debate, 606. Rural quiet, retirement, 355. sights alone, not, 417. Rush against Othello's breast, 156. into the skies, 315. to glory or the grave, 515. Rushed to meet the insulting foe, 443. Rushing of the arrowy Rhone, 543. of the blast, the, 573. Russet mantle clad, morn in, 127. Russia, last out a night in, 47. Russian bear, the rugged, 122. Rust, better to be eaten to death with, 88. better wear out than, 853. unburnished, to, 625. Rustic life and poverty, 514. moralist, teach the, 385. Rustics, amazed the gazing, 397. Rustling in the dark, mournful, 615. in unpaid-for silk, 159. Rusty for want of fighting, 211. Ruth, when sick for home, 575. Ruthless king, ruin seize thee, 383.

Sabaoth and port, 170. Sabbath appeared, when a, 416. bill to frame a, 586. day to me, Sunday shines no, 326. he who ordained the, 636. of his rest, the eternal, 277. was made for man, 841. Sabbathless Satan, 509. Sabean odours, 232. Sable cloud with silver lining, 243. goddess, night, 306. hearse, underneath this, 179. night, son of the, 39. silvered, his beard a, 129. Sables, suit of, 138. Sabler tints of woe, 386. Sabrina fair, listen, 246. Sack, intolerable deal of, 85. purge and leave, 88. Sacred and inspired divinity, 170. burden is this life, 641. honour, pledge our, 434. pity, drops of, 69. religion mother of form, 39. to gods is misery, 343. to ridicule his whole life long, 328. Sacrifice, is no vain, 301. to the graces, 353, 760. turn delight into a, 204. unpitied, an, 408. Sacrifices, such, my Cordelia, 148. Sacrilegious murder, 120. Sad and bad and mad it was, 650. as angels, 513. because it makes us smile, 560. by fits, 't was, 390. experience to make me, 71. fancies do we affect, 483. heart, ruddy drops that visit my, 112. impious in a good man to be, 308. music of humanity, 467. near to make a man look, 59. so, so tender and so true, 380. stories of the death of kings, 82. vicissitude of things, 379, 393. votarist in palmer's weed, 243. words of tongue or pen, 619. Sadder and a wiser man, 499. Saddest of all tales, 560. of the year, days the, 573. Saddle, things are in the, 599. Saddled and bridled, 682. Sadness and longing, feeling of, 614. diverter of, 207. wraps me in a most humorous, 70. Safe and sound your trust is, 313. bind safe find, 21. from temptation and pollution, 615. through a thousand perils, 497. Safer being meek than fierce, 650. Safety, fear is the mother of, 411. in multitude of counsellors, 825. little temporary, 359. pluck this flower, 84. pot of ale and, 91. to teach thee, 79. walks in its steps, 460. Sagacious blue-stocking, 592. of his quarry from so far, 239. Sage advices, lengthened, 451. by saint by savage and by, 334. frolic, make the, 345. he stood, 182, 227. he thought as a, 428. just less than, 518. long experience made him, 348. thinks like a, 607. truths electrify the, 514. Sages have seen in thy face, 416. in all times assert, 8. teach more than all the, can, 466. Sage's pride, vain the, 330. Sager, by losing rendered, 554. Said anything that was remembered, never, 609. before, nothing that has not been, 702. it, as well as if I had, 292. little, is soonest mended, 200. nothing but what has been, 185. on both sides, much may be, 300, 363. Sail, bark attendant, 320. breath of heaven swell the, 416. is as a noiseless wing, this, 543. learn of the little Nautilus to, 318. like my pinnace, 45. on even keel, 354. on life's ocean diversely we, 317. on O ship of state, 615. on O Union strong and great, 615. set every threadbare, 635. swan spreads his snowy, 677. what avail the plough or, 601. wherever billows roll, ships will, 550. white and rustling, 537. Sails filled and streamers waving, 242. filled with a lusty wind, 37. over-weathered ribs and ragged, 62. purple the, 157. Sailed for sunny isles, 589. with me before, you never, 458. Sailing like a stately ship, 242. on obscene wings, 501. Sailor, messmates hear a brother, 672. on a mast, a drunken, 97. Sailors are but men, 61. Sail-yards tremble, the, 37. Saint Augustine well hast thou said, 616. George and the dragon, 78. John, awake my, 314. John mingle with my friendly bowl, 328. in crape and lawn, 320. in wisdom's school, 181. it, sinner it or, 321. it would provoke a, 321. Mary's lake, swan on still, 474. my late espoused, 26. Nicholas would soon be there, 527. no true, allows, 215. Paul's, ruins of, 591. savage and by sage, by, 334. seem a, when I play the devil, 96. sustained it the woman died, 335. to corrupt a, 83. upon his knees, 422. Saints above, men below and, 487. death of his, 823. his soul is with the, 502. immortal reign, where, 303. who taught, 313. will aid if men will call, 499. Sainted, a thing enskyed and, 47. Saintly chastity, so dear is, 245. shew, falsehood under, 232. Saint-seducing gold, 104. Saintship of an anchorite, 540. Salad days, my, 157. Sally, there 's none like pretty, 285. Salmons in both, there is, 92. Salt have lost his savour, 838. of our youth, we have some, 45. of the earth, ye are the, 838. peck of, 785. pillar of, 813. seasoned with, 847. upon the tails of sparrows, 291. who ne'er knew, 344. Salt-fish on his hook, 158. Saltness of time, 88. oil vinegar sugar and, 399. Saltpetre, this villanous, 83. Salutary influence of example, 369. neglect, wise and, 408. Salutation to the morn, 97. Salvation, no relish of, 139. none of us should see, 65. tools of working our, 215. Samarcand, all the gems of, 437. Samaritan, acts like a, 607. without the oil and twopence, 460. Same, another and the, 331. another yet the, 331. Samphire, one that gathers, 148. Sampler, ply the, 246. Sanat sanctificat et ditat, 360. Sancho Panza is my own self, 790. Sanctified the crime, numbers, 425. Sanction of the god, 337. Sanctity of reason, indu'd with, 236. Sanctuary of the intuitions, 602. Sanctum supercilious, my, 586. Sand and the wild uproar, 598. leaves or driving, 337. little grains of, 642. roll down their golden, 536. were pearl, if all their, 44. Sands, come unto these yellow, 42. ignoble things, 196. o' Dee, across the, 664. of time, footprints on the, 612. small, the mountain make, 311. syllable men's names on, 243. Sandal shoon, by his, 405. Sanded floor, the nicely, 397. Sand-dunes, like the, 754. Sane, 't is better being, than mad, 650. Sang, it may turn out a, 448. of love and not of fame, 666. Sange, ful wel she, 1. Sans intermission, 68. taste sans everything, 69. teeth sans eyes, 69. Sapphire blaze the living throne, 382. Sapphires, glowed with living, 233. Sappho loved and sung, where, 557. survives we sing her songs, 645. Sapping a solemn creed, 544. Sardonic smile, 860. Sat like a cormorant, 232. Satan came also, 816. exalted sat, 226. finds some mischief, 302. get thee behind me, 840. play at cherry-pit with, 76. sabbathless, 509. so call him now, 235. stood unterrified, 229. trembles when he sees, 422. was now at hand, 228. Satanic school, the, 508. Satchel, schoolboy with his, 69, 354. Satire be my song, 539. for pointed, 279. is my weapon, 328. like a polished razor, 350. or sense, 328. Satisfaction as the time requires, 168. of the tongue, windy, 343. Satisfied that is well paid, he is, 65. Saturday and Monday, betwixt a, 285. Satyr, Hyperion to a, 128. Sauce, sharpen with cloyless, 157. Saucy doubts and fears, 122. Saul among the prophets, 814. and Jonathan were lovely, 815. Sauntered Europe round, 332. Savage breast, soothe the, 294. saint and sage, by, 334. wild in woods the noble, ran, 275. woman, take some, 626. Savageness in unreclaimed blood, 133. Save in his own country, 839. me from the candid friend, 464. Saviour's birth is celebrated, 127. Savour, salt have lost his, 838. Saw and loved, 430. an old said, 29. and overcame, 90. I doubted of this, 196. no sound of hammer or of, 421. the air too much, do not, 137. who, to wish her stay, 237. Saws, full of wise, 69. Say I 'm sick, I 'm dead, 326. it that should not, though I, 198. nothing but what has been said, 185. than do, more disagreeable to, 728. to yourself what you would be, 746. wills to do or, 238. Says a foolish thing, never, 279. Saying and doing are two things, 284. short, contains much wisdom, 697. Sayings of philosophers, 212. such odd, 62. Scab of churches, 175. Scabbard, sword glued to my, 194. Scabbards, swords leaped from their, 409. Scaffold high, on the, 680. truth forever on the, 657. Scale, free-livers on a small, 536. geometric, 240. Justice with lifted, 330. weighing in equal, 127. Scales, Jove weighs in dubious, 343. Scaly horror of his folded tail, 251. Scan, or their faults to, 396. presume not God to, 317. your brother man, 448. Scandal about Queen Elizabeth, 441. in disguise, praise undeserved is, 330. waits on greatest state, 161. Scandals, immortal, 670. Scandalous and poor, 279. Scanter of your maiden presence, 130. 'Scapes, hair-breadth, 150. Scar, if two loves join there is oft a, 648. Scars, gashed with honourable, 496. jests at, that never felt a wound, 105. remaining, they stood aloof the, 500. Scarce expect one of my age, 459. would move a horse, 416. Scarecrows, no eye hath seen such, 86. Scared out of his seven senses, 493. Scarfed bark, 62. Scarfs garters gold, 318. Scatter plenty, 385. Scene be acted over, this lofty, 112. last of all, 69. not one fair, 582. o'er this changing, 535. of man, o'er all this, 314. on which they gazed, 468. that memorable, 263. tread again the, 407. was more beautiful far, 528. was o'er, the proud, 331. Scenes, gay and festive, 678. gay gilded, 299. like these, from, 447. like this, to live and die in, 522. of my childhood, 537. Scent of odorous perfume, 242. of the roses, 522. the fair annoys, whose, 415. the morning air, methinks I, 132. to every flower, gives, 414. Scents, pleasant, salute the nose, 655. Scented the grim feature, 239. Sceptic could inquire for, 210. Sceptre, a barren, in my gripe, 121. all who meet obey, 550. leaden, stretches forth her, 306. our flag the, 550. shows the force of temporal power, 64. Sceptred hermit, a, 677. isle, this, 81. pall, tragedy in, 250. sovereigns, dead but, 554. sway, mercy is above this, 64. Scheld or wandering Po, 394. Scheme for her own breakfast, 311. Schemes o' mice, best laid, 446. Schiller has the material sublime, 505. Scholar and a gentleman, 447. in the soldier more than in the, 151. rake Christian dupe, 388. ripe and good one, 101. Scholars, base born, the greatest, 190. great men, not great, 638. the land of, 395. Scholar's life assail, the, 365. soldier's eye, 136. School, creeping unwillingly to, 69. days, in my joyful, 509. experience keeps a dear, 360. of mankind, example the, 411. of Stratford, 1. saint in wisdom's, 181. tell tales out of, 12. the Satanic, 508. Schools, flogging in great, 372. jargon of the, 287, 414. old maxim in the, 290. Schoolboy, whining, 69. whips his taxed top, 462. with his satchel, 69, 354. Schoolboys, frisk away like, 447. Schoolboy's tale, a, 541. Schooldays, in my, 60. Schoolmaster is abroad, 527. Science, bright-eyed, 383. eel of, by the tail, 331. fair, frowned not, on his birth, 386. falsely so-called, 848. glare of false, 428. good sense though no, 322. new, that men lere, 6. of our law, the lawless, 627. one, will one genius fit, 323. proud, never taught to stray, 315. sort of hocus-pocus, 350. star-eyed, 513. Sciences, all the abstruse, 556. books must follow, 168. Scilurus on his death-bed, 731. Scio's rocky isle, old man of, 550. Scion of chiefs and monarchs, 547. Scipio buried by the upbraiding shore, 545. Scipio's ghost walks unavenged, 298. Scoff, fools who came to, 397. Scoffer's pen, product of a, 479. Scolding from Carlyle, 637. Scole of Stratford, 1. Scope of my opinion, 126. Score and tally, no books but the, 94. Scorn delights, 247. for the time of, 155. in spite of, 225. laugh a siege to, 125. laugh thee to, 837. laughed his word to, 415. not the sonnet, 485. of consequence, 623. of eyes reflecting gems, 96. of scorn the hate of hate, 623. read to doubt or read to, 494. to laugh to, 71. what a deal of, looks beautiful, 76. Scorns of time, whips and, 135. Scorned, no fury like a woman, 294. slighted, disappointed woman, 296. Scornful jest, most bitter is a, 366. Scorning the base degrees, 111. Scorpion died of the bite, 400. Scot and lot, 178. Scots, a few industrious, 37. wha hae wi Wallace bled, 450. wham Bruce has often led, 450. Scotch nation void of wit, 389. understanding, 459. Scotched the snake, 121. Scotchman, left to a beggarly, 370. much may be made of a, 371. Scotchman's noblest prospect, 370. Scotia's grandeur springs, 447. Scotland at the Orcades, 318. stands, where it did, 124. Scotland's strand, fair, 452. Scoundrel and a coward, 370. last refuge of a, 372. maxim, 357. Scoured with perpetual motion, 88. Scourge inexorable, 226. of God, him that was the, 571. whose iron, 382. Scourged to his dungeon, 572. Scours the plain, Camilla, 324. Scout, the blabbing Eastern, 243. Scraps of learning dote, on, 310. stolen the, 56. Scratched, a little, 't will serve, 56. Screw your courage to the sticking place, 118. Scripture authentic, 310. elder, writ by God, 310. the devil can cite, 61. Scruple of her excellence, 46. Sculptured in stone on poet's pages, 648. marble, although no, 531. Scutcheon, honour a mere, 87. Scuttled ship, that ever, 557. Scylla and Charybdis, 810. your father, 64. Scyllam, incidis in, 64. S'death I 'll print it, 326. Sea, alone on a wide wide, 498. as stars look on the, 607. beheld and fled, the great, 261. best thing between England and France, 597. boisterous captain of the, 392. by the deep, where none intrude, 547. cloud out of the, 815. come o'er the moonlit, 611. compassed by the inviolate, 623. desert of the, 833. down to a sunless, 500. dreary, now blows between, 500. far-heard whisper o'er the, 498. first gem of the, 522. footsteps in the, 423. fountain stream and, 496. give a thousand furlongs of, 42. glad waters of the dark blue, 550. go down to the, in ships, 823. grew civil at her song, 57. his deeds inimitable like the, 36. hollows crowned with summer, 629. home on the rolling, 679. how the fishes live in the, 161. I 'm on the, 538. in rage deaf as the, 80. in the bosom of the, 94, 182. in the flat, sunk, 244. in the rough rude, 81. into that silent, 498. is a thief, 109. is calm, when the, 710. isles that o'erlace the, 645. lane of beams athwart the, 625. light that never was on, 475. like to the Pontic, 155. loved the great, more and more, 538. Marathon looks on the, 557. money to a starving man at, 786. most dangerous, 63. music of the, 503. my bark is on the, 553. no breath came o'er the, 611. nor earth nor boundless, 162. now flows between a dreary, 500. of glory, summers in a, 99. of pines, silent, 501. of troubles, arms against a, 135. of upturned faces, 493, 531. on life's rough, 37. one as the, 496. one foot in, and one on shore, 51, 405. one voice is of the, 478. or fire in earth or air, in, 126. or land, thing of, 242. our flag is known in every, 605. our heritage the, 537. Peri beneath the dark, 526. pouring oil on the, 740. precious stone set in the silver, 81. Proteus rising from the, 477. robs the vast, 109. rolls its waves, while the, 675. scattered in the bottom of the, 96. ships that have gone down at, 527. sight of that immortal, 478. sing the dangers of the, 672. siren who sung under the, 521. stern god of, 253. swelling of the voiceful, 503. the breeze is on the, 494. the open, the blue the fresh, 538. the passenger pukes in, 559. they who plough the, 712. under the deep deep, 583. union with its native, 480. upon the rosy, 524. uttermost parts of the, 824. was roaring, 't was when the, 347. wave o' the, I wish you a, 78. wet sheet and flowing, 537. what thing of, or land, 242. whether in, or fire, 126. Seas, dangers of the, 176. foam of perilous, 575. guard our native, 514. incarnadine, 120. of gore, shedding, 559. of thought, strange, 475. rivers run to, 274. roll to waft me, 316. Severn to the narrow, 483. such a jewel as twenty, 44. two boundless, 525. unsuspected isle in the far, 644. Sea-born treasures, my, 598. Sea-change, suffer a, 42. Sea-coal fire, by a, 89. Sea-girt citadel, winged, 541. Seal, seem to set his, 140. Seals of love but sealed in vain, 49. that close the pestilence, 562. Sealed their letters with their thumbs, 460. Sea-maid's music, to hear the, 57. Seamen, the gentlemen were not, 593. Sea-sand, brown as the ribbed, 498. Search men's principles, 752. not his bottom, 257. not worth the, 60. nothing so hard but, will find it, 203. of deep philosophy, 260. patient, and vigil long, 555. the coffers round, 251. vain my weary, 395. Searches to the bottom, 102. Sea-shore, boy playing on the, 278. Season, each thing that grows in, 54. ever 'gainst that, 127. everything at its proper, 720. from that time unto this, 30. priketh every gentil herte, 2. shock of corn in his, 816. things seasoned by, 66. to everything there is a, 830. when I have convenient, 843. word spoken in, 611. word spoken in due, 826. your admiration for a while, 128. Seasons and their change, 233. death thou hast all, 570. justice, when mercy, 65. return with the year, 230. roll as the swift, 636. vernal, of the year, 254. who knew the, 623. Seasoned life of man, 254. timber never gives, 204. with a gracious voice, 63. with salt, 847. Seat, his favourite, be woman's feeble breast, 482. in some poetic nook, 536. is the bosom of God, her, 31. misfortune made the throne her, 301. nature from her, 239. of Mars, this, 81. this castle hath a pleasant, 117. up to our native, 226. vaulted with ease into his, 86. while memory holds a, 132. Seats beneath the shade, 395. Seated heart knock at my ribs, 116. Second childishness and mere oblivion, 69. Daniel, a, 65. each, stood heir to the first, 149. in Rome, 727. nature, custom is, 735. thought, the sober, 283. thoughts are best, 277. thoughts, to their own, 283. Secret as the grave, 792. black and midnight hags, 123. bread eaten in, 825. dread and inward horror, 298. in silence and tears, in, 682. of a weed's plain heart, 656. of nature, death is a, 751. of success is constancy, 608. soul to show, 551. sympathy, it is the, 488. things are the Lord's, 814. trusted to a woman, 725. Secrets of my prison-house, 131. of the nether world, 749. reveal no, 398. Secretary of nature, 208. Sect, slave to no, 320. Sects, vicissitudes of, and religions, 168. Secure amidst a falling world, 300. the past at least is, 532. Security for the future, 364. public honour is, 689. Sedge, giving a kiss to every, 44. Seduces all mankind, woman, 348. See a hand you cannot see, 314. a world to, 33. all things, light to, 30. and be seen, 707. and eek for to be seie, 3. her is to love her, to, 452. is this a dagger which I, 119. it, I don't, 297. may I be there to, 417. none so blind as those that will not, 283, 293. oursels as others see us, 448. the conquering hero comes, 281. the right and approve it, 295. thee again, then I shall, 115. thee at Philippi, 115. thee damned first, I will, 464. thee still, I have thee not yet, 119. through a glass darkly, 845. 't is but a part we, 315. what I see, to have seen what I have seen, 136. what is not to be seen, 439. with his half-shut eyes, 326. Sees God in clouds, 315. or dreams he sees, 225. what he foresaw, 476. with equal eye, who, 315. Seed begging bread, nor his, 819. fruit from such a, 544. in the morning sow thy, 831. of the church, 756. Seeds of poesy by heaven sown, 347. of time, look into the, 116. Seeing eye, the hearing ear, 827. eyes were made for, if, 599. not satisfied with, 830. precious, to the eye, 56. the root of the matter, 817. Seek and ye shall find, 839. it ere it come to light, 424. thee in vain by the meadow, 587. Seeks painted trifles, 391. Seeking light doth light of light beguile, 54. the bubble reputation, 69. whom he may devour, 849. Seem a saint when I play the devil, 96. they grow to what they, 395. things are not what they, 612. Seems madam I know not seems, 127. wisest virtuousest best, 238. Seeming estranged, providence, 586. evil still educing good, 357. otherwise, 151. Seemly, do it not if it is not, 756. Seen better days, we have, 68. evidence of things not, 848. needs only to be, 269. never was nor never shall be, 182. that day, or ever I had, 128. too early, unknown, 105. what I have seen, 136. Seldom he smiles, 111. shall she hear a tale, 380. Selection, natural, 622. Self, smote the cord of, 625. something dearer than, 541. true to thine own, 130. Self-approving hour, one, 319. Self-disparagement, inward, 480. Self-dispraise, luxury in, 480. Self-esteem, nothing profits more than, 238. Self-evident truths, 434. Self-existence, concatenation of, 401. Self-knowledge self-control, 623. Self-love not so vile a sin, 91. Self-made men, 637. Self-mettle tires him, 98. Self-neglecting and self-love, 91. Self-preservation in animals, 764. Self-reliance, discontent is want of, 601. Self-reproach, feel no, 468. Self-respect, never lose thy, 750. Self-reverence self-knowledge, 623. Self-sacrifice, spirit of, 475. Selfsame flight the selfsame way, 60. heaven that frowns on me, 98. Self-slaughter, canon 'gainst, 128. Self-taught, I sing, 347. Sell with you buy with you, 61. Selling of pig in a poke, 20. Selves, from our own, our joys must flow, 362. stepping-stones of their dead, 631. Semblance, wait for me a little, 746. Semi-Solomon, a kind of, 593. Sempronius, we 'll do more, 297. Senate at his heels, Caesar with a, 319. give his little, laws, 327, 336. long debate, can a Roman, 298. Senates, listening, 385. Senators, green-robed, those, 575. most grave, 151. Senior-junior giant-dwarf, 55. Sensation, count minutes by, 608. Sensations felt in the blood, 467. Sense aches at thee, the, 155. all the joys of, 319. and nonsense, through, 269. and outward things, 478. custom who all, doth eat, 141. deviates into, 269. flows in fit words, 268. from thought divide, 316. good health and good, 713. good, the gift of heaven, 322. if all want, 205. joys of, lie in three words, 319. live within the, 567. men of, approve, 324. much fruit of, 323. obstinate questionings of, 478. of death is most in apprehension, 48. of future favours, gratitude, 304. of ills to come, no, 381. of shame, lost to all, 338. of your great merit, 423. one for rhyme, one for, 213. palls upon the, 298. palter in a double, 126. persons of good, 796. satire or, 328. song charms the, 228. sound an echo to the, 324. stings and motions of the, 47. sublime of something, 467. the daintier, 143. want of decency is want of, 278. whose weighty, 268. with his uncommon, 352. Senses, entrancing our, 677. impressions through the, 754. seven, out of his, 493. steep my, in forgetfulness, 89. unto our gentle, 117. Senseless and fit man, most, 51. Sensibility, wanting, 422. Sensible and well-bred man, 415. men are of the same religion, 610. men never tell, 610. to feeling as to sight, 119. warm motion, 48. Sensuous, simple passionate and, 254. Sentence, he mouths a, 412. hungry judges sign the, 326. mortality my, 239. my, is for open war, 226. Sentences, quips and, 51. Sententious, Cato the, 559. Sentiment, action measured by the, 602. nurse of manly, 410. pluck the eyes of, 635. Sentimentally disposed to harmony, 509. Sentinel and nun, like, 635. stars set their watch, 515. Sentinels, fixed, 91. Separateth very friends, 827. September, thirty days hath, 684. Sepulchral urns, in old, 415. Sepulchre, quietly inurned in the, 130. soldier's, shall be a, 515. Sepulchres whited, 841. Sepulchred in such pomp, 251. Sequent centuries, no, 600. Sequestered vale, 385, 425. Seraph, as the rapt, that adores, 316. so spake the, Abdiel, 235. Seraphs might despair, where, 540. Serbonian bog, 228. Sere the yellow leaf, 124. Serene amidst alarms, 428. and bright, old age, 475. gem of purest ray, 385. of heaven, breaks the, 507. Serenely full the epicure would say, 461. Serenity, a never fading, 299. Sergeant death, this fell, 145. Serious in ridiculous matters, 735. smile, make the, 345. thought, still and, 471. Seriphus, if I had been of, 723. Sermon, perhaps turn out a, 448. who flies a, 204. Sermons and soda-water, 557. in stones, 67. Serpent, biteth like a, 828. like Aaron's, 317. more of the, than dove, 41. of old Nile, 157. sting thee twice, 64. trail of the, 526. under the innocent flower, 117. Serpents, be ye wise as, 839. poison for, 718. Serpent's tooth, sharper than a, 146. Servant a dog, is thy, 816. of God, well done, 236. to the lender, 828. with this clause, 204. Servants, men in great place are thrice, 165. of fame and of business, 165. of the sovereign or state, 165. Serve for table-talk, 64. God and mammon, ye cannot, 838. in heaven, than, 224. one of those that will not, 149. they, who stand and wait, 252. 't is enough, 't will, 107. Serves me most who serves his country best, 339. Served my God, had I but, 100. Serveth not another's will, 174. Servi peregrini, 418. Service, ability for good, 411. devine, she sange, 1. done the state some, 156. is no heritage, 73. is perfect freedom, whose, 851. of the antique world, 67. small, is true service, 486. still, strong for, 419. sweat for duty not for meed, 67. 't is the curse of, 149. to the flesh, 754. weary and old with, 99. yeoman's, it did me, 145. Servile opportunity to gold, 483. to skyey influences, 48. Servitors, nimble and airy, 253. Servitude, base laws of, 275. Seson priketh every gentil herte, 2. Sessions of sweet silent thought, 161. Set down aught in malice, 156. here is the whole, 442. mankind their little, 437. my life upon a cast, 98. my life upon any charm, 121. terms, in good, 68. thine house in order, 834. Setter up of kings, 95. Setteth up another, 821. Setting, I haste now to my, 99. in his western skies, 268. sun and music at the close, 81. sun, men shut doors against a, 109. Settle's numbers, lived in, 331. Seven ages, his acts being, 69. all at six and, 15. cities warred for Homer, 194. halfpenny loaves, 94. hours to law, 438. hundred pounds and possibilities, 45. men that can render a reason, 828. senses, scared out of his, 493, 787. wealthy towns, 194. women hold of one man, 833. years' pith, these arms had, 149. Seventy years young, 638. Severe, grave to gay from lively to, 320. in aught, if, 397. pleasant to, 273, 799. with eyes, 69. Severn, Avon to the, runs, 484. to the narrow seas, 483. Sewers annoy the air, 239. Sewing at once a double thread, 585. Sex, female of, it seems, 242. is ever kind to a soldier, the, 345. Marcia towers above her, 298. spirits can assume either, 224. stronger than my, 112. to the last, 273. whose presence civilizes ours, 415. Sexes, the French say there are three, 461. Sex's earliest latest care, 377. Shackles fall in our country, 418. Shade, ah pleasing, 381. along the moonlight, 335. Amaryllis in the, 247. boundless contiguity of, 418. dancing in the chequered, 248. freedom's hallowed, 459. gentlemen of the, 82. Great Pompey's, 298. green thought in a green, 263. half in sun half in, 523. hunter and the deer a, 443, 514. in sunshine and in, 679. of aristocracy, the cool, 537. of melancholy boughs, 68. of power, gray flits the, 541. of that which once was great, 471. let it sleep in the, 519. more welcome, 313. no shine no butterflies, no, 586. pale realms of, 572. pillared, high overarched, 239. seats beneath the, 395. shadow of a, 695. sitting in a pleasant, 175. so softening into shade, 357. that follows wealth, 402. thought in a green, 263. through sun and, 627. unperceived, 357. variable as the, 490. Shades below, way was easy to the, 761. happy walks and, 239. high over-arched, 224. of death, bogs dens and, 228. of evening close, ere the, 677. of night, fled the, 234. soon as the evening, prevail, 300. where the Etrurian, 224. Shadow both way falls, 240. cloaked from head to foot, 632. dims her way, nor, 524. dream itself is but a, 134. float double swan and, 474. hence horrible, 122. in the sun, to spy my, 96. lies floating on the floor, 640. life is but a walking, 125. of a shade, 695. of a starless night, 564. of death, darkness and the, 816. of some unseen power, 564. of the British oak, 410. of thy wings, under the, 818. our time is a very, 836. proves the substance true, 324. seemed, that, 228. single hair casts its, 709. soul from out that, 640. swift as a, 57. Shadows, a thousand, go, 486. beckoning dire, 243. best in this kind are but, 59. come like, so depart, 123. coming events cast their, 514. go, face o'er which, 486. lengthening, 268. mirrors of gigantic, 568. not substantial things, 209. of actions, words the, 729. of coming events, 514. our fatal, 183. that walk by us, 183. to-night have struck more terror, 97. we are what shadows we pursue, 409. wishes lengthen like our, 309. Shadowed livery of the sun, 62. Shadowy lie, was thy dream a, 654. past, summon from the, 614. Shadwell never deviates into sense, 269. Shady brows, 243. leaves of destiny, 258. place, sunshine in the, 27. roof, under the, 250. side of Pall-Mall, 432. Shaft at random sent, 492. flew thrice, thy, 306. lent his plume to fledge the, 518. of light across the land, 625. of Orient mould, light, 570. that made him die, 219. that quivered in his heart, 539. when I had lost one, 60. winged the, 539. Shafts, thy fatal, 392. Shake my fell purpose, 117. our disposition, 131. the saintship of an anchorite, 540. the spheres, seems to, 271. thy gory locks at me, never, 122. why dost thou shiver and, 673. Shakes his ambrosial curls, 337. pestilence and war, 229. Shaken, so, as we are, 82. when taken, to be, 454. withered and, 584. Shaker of o'er-rank states, 199. Shakespeare and musical glasses, 402. at his side, 483. drew, this is the Jew that, 347. fancy's child, sweetest, 249. is not our poet, 511. more original than his originals, 604. my, rise, 179. myriad-minded, 504. on whose forehead climb, 620. passages in, not quoted till this century, 604. the wonder of our stage, 179. to make room for, 179. tongue that, spake, 472. unlocked his heart, 485, 652. what needs my, 251. Shakespeare's magic, 275. name, rival all but, 513. wit, orbit and sum of, 600. Shaking, fruit that falls without, 350. Shall I wasting in despair, 199. mark you his absolute, 103. not when he wolda, 405. Shallow brooks and rivers wide, 248. draughts intoxicate the brain, 323. in himself, versed in books, 241. murmur, the deep are dumb, 25. rivers, 41. spirit of judgment, 93. streams run dimpling, 328. Shallows, bound in, 115. Shame, avoid, 460. blush of maiden, 573. cometh after, 13. doff it for, 79. each deed of, 616. erring sister's, 548. fear not guilt yet start at, 413. hide her, from every eye, 403. honour and, 319. London's lasting, 383. lost to all sense of, 338. love taught him, 273. one glory an' one, 658. our neighbour's, 670. say what it will, 143. the devil, tell truth and, 85. the fools, print it and, 326. those who start at, 413. to men, 227. where is thy blush, 140. who hangs his head for, 681. whose glory is in their, 847. will follow after, 38. with love at strife, 373. Shames, hold a candle to my, 62. thousand innocent, 52. Shamed, age thou art, 110. Shank, too wide for his shrunk, 69. Shape, air and harmony of, 287. assume a pleasing, 135. bears lick their young into, 719. cast a beam on the outward, 245. execrable, what art thou, 229. had none distinguishable, 228. if it might be called, 228. in any, in any mood, 552. no bigger than an agate-stone, in, 104. of a camel, cloud almost in, 139. of danger can dismay, 476. such a questionable, 130. take any, but that, 122. virtue in her, 234. Shapes, calling, 243. of foul disease, 633. of ill may hover, 577. our ends, divinity that, 145. that come not, 482. the poet's pen turns them to, 59. Shaped for sportive tricks, 95. Shared each other's gladness, 611. Sharp as a pen, his nose was, 91. is the word, 294. misery had worn him, 108. pinch, necessity's, 146. the conquering, 6. Sharps, unpleasing, 108. Sharpen with cloyless sauce, 157. Sharpeneth the countenance, 829. Sharper than a serpent's tooth, 146. than the sword, whose edge is, 160. Sharp-looking wretch, 50. Sharp-sighted, fear is, 785. Shatter the vase if you will, 522. your leaves, fingers rude, 246. She drew an angel down, 272. fair chaste and unexpressive, 70. for God in him, 232. gave me eyes, 469. I love is far away, 802. in part to blame is, 193. is a woman, 104. is all my fancy painted her, 682. is lovely she 's divine, 682. is pretty to walk with, 256. knows her man, 274. lived unknown, 469. never told her love, 75. that not impossible, 258. that was ever fair, 151. was his life, 553. will, if she will, 313. you are the cruell'st, alive, 74. Shear swine all cry and no wool, 211. Shears, Fury with th' abhorred, 247. Sheathed their swords, 91. Sheathes the vengeful blade, 459. Sheddeth man's blood, whoso, 812. Sheep, close shorn, 206. upon the right, 657. Sheer necessity, 441. Sheet, for ever float that standard, 574. Sheeted dead did squeak, 126. Shelf, from a, stole the diadem, 140. Shell, convolutions of a, 480. leaving thy outgrown, 636. music slumbers in the, 455. smooth-lipped, 480. take ye each a, 334, 800. Shells of pearly hue, sinuous, 511. Shelley, did you once see, 648. Shepe, to his, he yaf, 2. Shepherd, gentle, tell me where, 672. hast any philosophy in thee, 70. star that bids the, fold, 243. tells his tale, 248. with the king, equals the, 792. Shepherd's awe-inspiring god, 480. care, feed me with a, 300. reed, love tunes the, 487. tongue, truth in every, 25. Sheridan, in moulding, 552. Sherry is dull, 371. Shew, falsehood under saintly, 232. Shews of things, 169. Shield, but left the, 443, 489. each heart is freedom's, 675. soul like an ample, 277. Shift from side to side, 303. thus times do, 203. Shifts, holy, and pious frauds, 212. Shifted his trumpet, he, 400. Shifting fancies and celestial lights, 621. Shikspur, I never read, 380. who wrote it, 380. Shilling, Philip and Mary on a, 215. put a penny in and took a, out, 588. Shillings, make ducks and drakes with, 37. rather than forty, 45. Shine, singing as they, 300. with such a lustre, 424. Shines, everywhere, the sun, 76. make hay while the sun, 10. so, a good deed, 66. Shineth as the gold, 5. Shining blades, to Greece we give our, 525. hour, improve each, 302. light, as the, 825. light, burning and a, 843. morning face, schoolboy with, 69. nights, profit of their, 54. nowhere but in the dark, 264. Shins, till I break my, 67. Ship, being in a, is being in a jail, 370. flies, away the good, 537. his rapt, 37. idle as a painted, 498. of state, sail on O, 615. sailing like a stately, 242. that ever scuttled, 557. Ships are but boards, 61. dim-discovered, 356. go down to the sea in, 823. hearts of oak are our, 388. launched a thousand, 41. like, they steer their courses, 211. number of the enemy's, 724. sail wherever billows roll, 550. that have gone down, like, 527. that sailed for sunny isles, 589. were British oak, 388. Shipwrecked kindles false fires, 484. Shirt and a half in all my company, 87. happy man 's without a, 8. of fire, martyr in his, 667. of Nessus is upon me, 158. oftener changed their principles than, 311. on his back never a, 286. ruffles when wanting a, 286, 398. shroud as well as, 585. Shive of a cut loaf, to steal, 104. Shiver and shake, why dost thou, 673. when thou art named, men, 354. Shoal of time, bank and, 118. Shoals of honour, depths and, 100. of visionary ghosts, 344. Shock in life, that earliest, 609. of corn, like as a, 816. of men, midst the, 541. of pleasure, give a, 577. sink beneath the, 549. which makes us think, 609. Shocks that flesh is heir to, 135. Shocking bad hats, 463. Shoe be Spanish or neat's leather, 213. for luck, old, 12. great, for a little foot, 737. has power to wound, 378. horse lost for want of a, 360. let not a shoemaker judge above his, 721. lost for want of a nail, 360. not the same, on every foot, 711. pinches, where the, 724, 787. Shoes, Englishmen stand firmest in their, 603. him that makes, go barefoot, 186. of King James, 195. were on their feet, 510. Shoemaker should give no opinion beyond shoes, 721. Shoemaker's wife, who is worse shod than the, 15. Shoe-string, careless, 201. Shone, far off his coming, 236. like a meteor, 224. Shook a dreadful dart, 228. hands and went to 't, 351. his dart, death, 240. the arsenal, 241. the world from pagan slumber, 610. to air, like a dew-drop, 102. Shoon, clouted, 245. sandal, 405. Shoot folly as it flies, 315. young idea how to, 355. Shoots of everlastingness, 263. through air and light, 524. Shooting-stars attend thee, 202. Shop, keep thy, 37. Shopkeepers, nation of, 858. Shore, Afric's burning, 388. buried by the upbraiding, 545. control stops with the, 547. echoed along the, 388. fades o'er the waters blue, 540. fast by their native, 423. gathering pebbles on the, 241. landing on some silent, 295. left their beauty on the, 598. little boats should keep near, 360. my boat is on the, 553. my native, adieu, 540. never was on the dull tame, 538. odours from the spicy, 232. of memory, silent, 481. one foot in sea and one on, 51, 405. ornament is but the guiled, 63. rapture on the lonely, 547. ships that never came to, 518. so dies a wave along the, 434. such is the aspect of this, 548. surges lash the sounding, 324. unhappy folks on, 510. unknown and silent, 509. wild and willowed, 487. Shores of old romance, 472. on sands and, 243. rocky are her, 344. to these golden, 45. to what strange, 39. undreamed, unpathed waters, 78. Short and far between, 355. and simple annals of the poor, 384. and the long of it, this is the, 45. as any dream, 57. be the day, or never so long, 19. cut, always take the, 753. horse soon curried, 12. retirement urges sweet return, 239. Short-lived pain, 489. Shot, beginning of a fray and end of a, 19. fool's bolt is soon, 16. forth peculiar graces, 235. heard round the world, 599. mine arrow o'er the house, 145. my being through earth, 500. perilous, out of an elder gun, 92. so trim, he that, 105. Should auld acquaintance, 449. do when we would, 142. keep who can, they, 473. not say it, say it that, 198. take who have, they, 473. Shoulder and elbow, 'twixt, 351. head and, 778. to the wheel, 189. Shoulders, Atlantean, 227. broad, beneath his, 232. dwarf on a giant's, 185, 206. heads grow beneath their, 150. Shouldered his crutch, 396. Shout and revelry, midnight, 243. that tore hell's concave, 224. Shouted for joy, 817. Shovel and tongs, 583. invent a, and be a magistrate, 263. Show and gaze o' the time, 126. books and money placed for, 215. driveller and a, 365. falsehood under saintly, 232. himself what he is, let him, 52. his eyes and grieve his heart, 123. judges all ranged a terrible, 348. mercie unto others, 29, 334. midnight dances and public, 335. of evil, obscures the, 63. of truth, authority and, 52. that within which passeth, 127. us how divine a thing, 475. world is all a fleeting, 524. Shows, comment on the, 483. what thinks he, 102. Showed him the gentleman, 447. how fields were won, 396. Shower, affliction's heaviest, 482. earth loveth the, 756. sleet of arrowy, 384. Showers, April with his, 1. fragrance after, soft, 233. like those maiden, 202. suck the honied, 247. Sydneian, of sweet discourse, 259. the sweetest, 405. Shower-like, joys that came, 503. Shreds and patches, king of, 141. Shrewdly, the air bites, 130. Shrewsbury clock, hour by, 88. Shriek, a solitary, 557. with hollow, 251. Shrieked, it was the owl that, 119. Shrill trumpet sounds, 296. winds whistle free, 653. Shrine, Apollo from his, 251. faith's pure, 569. of the mighty, 548. within this peaceful, 367. Shrines, such, graves are pilgrim, 562. to no code, 562. Shrinks the soul, why, 298. Shroud as well as shirt, 585. of thoughts, 544. the mattock and the, 308. Shrub, odours from the spicy, 238. Shrunk into insignificancy, 352. shank, too wide for his, 69. Shuffle the cards, patience and, 789. Shuffled off this mortal coil, 135. Shuffling, there is no, there, 139. Shut, go there with his eyes, 761. of evening flowers, 239. shut the door, 326. the gates of mercy, 385. the stable door, 13. the windows of the sky, 357. up in measureless content, 119. Shuts up the story of our days, 26. Shutters, close the, 420. Shuttle, swifter than a weaver's, 816. Shy and lowly flower, 485. Sibyl, contortions of the, 412. Sick as a horse, 379. at heart, I am, 126. maketh the heart, 826. not so, as troubled, 125. say I 'm, I 'm dead, 326. that surfeit with too much, 60. this night is but the daylight, 66. whole head is, 832. Sicken and decay, love begins to, 114. the appetite may, 74. Sickle in another's corn, 711. keen, death with his, 613. Sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought, 136. Sickness and in health, 850. doth infect the life-blood, 86. unto death from, 497. Sickness-broken body, 221. Side, angel on the outward, 49. back and, go bare, 23. down the glowing, 548. Europe rings from side to, 252. ever strong upon the stronger, 79. forgot when by thy, 563. God on our, 506. south and southwest, 210. the sun's upon, 523. to side, shift from, 303. Sides, could carry cannon by our, 145. laughter holding both his, 248. much may be said on both, 300, 363. of kings, ruined, 196. spur to prick the, of my intent, 118. unfed, 147. Sidelong looks of love, 396. maid, hasty from the, 356. Sidmouth, great storm at, 462. Sidney shone, thus immortal, 671. warbler of poetic prose, 421. Sidney's sister Pembroke's mother, 179. Siege to scorn, laugh a, 125. Sieges fortunes battles, 150. Sifted a whole nation, God, 266. three kingdoms, God had, 616. Sigh, beadle to a humorous, 55. but roar, he did not only, 283. from Indus to the Pole, 333. no more ladies, 51, 405. passing tribute of a, 385. perhaps 't will cost a, 433. prayer is the burden of a, 497. that rends thy heart, 402. the lack of many a thing, 161. to think he still has found, 379. to those who love me, 553. which prompts the eternal, 318. yet feel no pain, to, 525. yet not recede, 444. Sighs avail, naught my, 683. in Venice on the bridge of, 544. more persuasive, 339. night of memories of, 511. sovereign of, 55. to find them in the wood, 573. world of, for my pains, 150. Sighed and looked, 272, 356. at the sound of a knell, 416. for his country he, 515. from all her caves, hell, 229. no sooner, but asked the reason, 71. no sooner loved but they, 71. till woman smiled, man, 513. to many, loved but one, 540. to measure, often have I, 470. to think I read a book, 470. we wept we, 262. Sighing, a plague of, 85. farewell goes out, 102. like furnace, the lover, 69. through all her works, nature, 239. under a sycamore tree, 406. why thus forever, 680. Sight, became a part of, 549. because it is not yet in, 441. charms or ear or, 502. charms strike the, 326. faints into dimness, 549. full fayre, a, 404. gleamed upon my, 474. hideous, a naked human heart, 308. keen discriminating, 464. lose friends out of, 569. lost to, to memory dear, 587. loved not at first, 35, 40. of all men, honest in the, 844. of human ties, at, 333. of means to do ill deeds, 80. of that immortal sea, 478. of vernal bloom, 230. out of, out of mind, 7, 35. passed in music out of, 625. sensible to feeling as to, 119. spare my aching, 383. swim before my, 333. though thy smile be lost to, 587. thousand years in thy, 822. 't is a shameful, 302. to delight in, 506. to dream of not to tell, 499. to see, a goodly, 540. to see, a splendid, 540. truth will come to, 62. understood her by her, 177. walk by faith not by, 846. we lose friends out of, 569. Sights as youthful poets dream, 249. of death, what ugly, 96. of ghastly dreams and ugly, 96. pleasant, salute the eyes, 655. rural, alone, 417. Sightless couriers of the air, 118. Milton with his hair, 483. Sign brings customers, 797. dies and makes no, 94. for him to retire, 609. for me to leave, 112. hearts that break and give no, 636. of gratulation, earth gave, 238. outward and visible, 850. to know the gentle blood, 29. without a, 339. Signs of the times, 840. of woe, gave, 239. which come before events, 705. Signet sage, pressed its, 491. Significant and budge, 415. Signifies love, 45. Signifying nothing, 125. Signiors, grave and reverend, 149. Silence accompanied, 233. all the airs and madrigals, 254. and slow time, 576. and tears, in secret in, 682. and tears, parted in, 539. deep as death, 515. envious tongues, 100. expressive, 357. flashes of, 461. float upon the wings of, 244. foster-child of, 576. gives consent, 401. have trimmed in, 731. hour friendliest to sleep and, 235. implying sound, 649. in love bewrays more woe, 25. in the starry sky, 478. is an answer to a wise man, 730. is deep as eternity, 579. is golden speech is silvern, 579. is of eternity, 579. is the best resolve, 795. is the perfectest herald of joy, 51. let it be tenable in your, 129. majestic, 535. never regretted, 714. nothing lives 'twixt it and, 676. speech better than, 700. temple of, 592. that dreadful bell, 152. that is in the starry sky, 478. that spoke, 339. the rest is, 146. there is a, 583. thunders of white, 621. was pleased, 233. where hath been no sound, 583. where no sound may be, 583. wheresoe'er I go, 538. ye wolves, 331. Silences, grand orchestral, 621. Silent, all, and all damned, 468. as the moon, 241. cataracts, motionless torrents, 501. dew, fall on me like a, 202. finger points to heaven, 481. finger, point with, 504. grave, dark and, 26. halls of death, 572. land, into the, 805. manliness of grief, 398. note which Cupid strikes, 218. organ loudest chants, 599. prayer, homes of, 632. sea into that, 498. sea of pines, 501. shore, landing on some, 295. shore of memory, 481. shore, that unknown and, 509. that you may hear, 113. thought, sessions of sweet, 161. thought, stores of, 466. upon a peak in Darien, 576. when occasion requires, 729. when to be, 713. Silently as a dream, 421. steal away, 614. Silenus, saying of, 736. Silk, rustling in unpaid-for, 159. soft as, remains, 313. Silken primrose, soft, 251. tie, the silver link the, 488. Siloa's brook, 223. Siloam's shady rill, 535. Silver and gold are not the only coin, 699. bowers leave, 28. cord be loosed, 831. fruit-tree tops, tips with, 106. golden locks to, turned, 24. just for a handful of, 646. light on tower and tree, 673. lining on the night, 243. link the silken tie, 488. mantle threw o'er the dark, 233. pictures of, 828. sea, stone set in the, 81. the oars were, 157. Silver-mantled plains, 640. Silver-sweet sound lovers' tongues, 106. Silver-white, hairs on his brows were, 589. lady-smocks, 56. Silvered by time completely, 419. his beard was sable, 129. o'er with age, 348. the walls of Cumnor Hall, 426. tips, with, 106. Silvern, speech is, 579. Simile that solitary shines, 329. Similes, I sit and play with, 473. Similitudes, used, 835. Simon Pure, real, 671. the cellarer, 682. Simple child, a, 466. faith, plain and, 114. wiles, transient sorrows, 474. Simples, compounded of many, 70. Simpleness and duty, 59. Simplicity a child, in, 335. a grace that makes, 178. elegant as, 414. he lived in noble, 571. Jeffersonian, 668. of the three per cents, 437, 610. resigns her charge to, 231. simple truth miscalled, 162. sublime in his, 627. Simulated stature face and speech, 621. Simulation of the painted scene, 621. Sin, a duty not a, 359. and death abound, where, 497. and guilt, each thing of, 245. angels fell by that, 100. Christ-like is it for, to grieve, 793. could blight, ere, 500. cunning, can cover itself, 52. falter not for, 641. folly can glide into, 492. fools make a mock at, 826. for me to sit and grin, 635. God-like to leave, 793. has many tools, 637. his darling, 501. his favourite, is pride, 507. in the blossoms of my, 132. man-like to fall into, 793. men, without intending it, 751. no, for a man to labour, 83. not, be ye angry and, 847. nothing emboldens, as mercy, 109. of self-neglecting, 91. quantum o' the, I waive the, 448. sad as angels for the good man's, 513. self-love is not so vile a, 91. some rise by, 47. they, who tell us love can die, 508. thinking their own kisses, 108. to covet honour, if it be a, 92. to falter would be, 653. wages of, is death, 844. Sins, compound for, 211. multitude of, 849. of the fathers, 699. oldest, the newest kind of ways, 90. our compelled, 48. remembered in thy orisons, 136. Sinais climb and know it not, 658. Sinament and ginger, 683. Since the conquest, ever, 279. Sincerity, bashful, 52. wrought in a sad, 598. Sinews bought and sold, 418. of the new-born babe, 139. of the soul, 222. of virtue, 208. of war, 810. stiffen the, 91. Sing again with your dear voice, 567. alas for those that never, 636. and die, let me, 558. and play, wouldst have me, 525. and that they love, 220. because I must, I do but, 632. eagle suffers little birds to, 104. for joy, widow's heart to, 817. he knew himself to, 246. heavenly goddess, 336. in a hempen string, 184. it to rest, I cannot, 657. strange that death should, 80. sweetly, and brightly smile, 563. the same tune, to, 729. though I shall never hear thee, 563. Sings from the organ-pipe of frailty, 80. I held it truth with him who, 631. like an angel, 65. the lark at heaven's gate, 159. Singe yourself, so hot that it, 98. Singed the Spanish king's beard, 616. Singer with the crown of snow, 661. Singers with vocal voices, 285. Singeth a quiet tune, 499. all night long, 127. Singing as they shine, 300. of anthems, 88. of birds is come, time of, 832. of Mount Abora, 500. robes, garland and, 253. singers with vocal voices, 285. Single blessedness, dies in, 57. gentlemen, like two, 454. hour of that Dundee, 474. life, careless of the, 632. talent well employed, 366. Singularity, trick of, 76. Sink a navy, a load that would, 99. beneath the shock, 549. let the world, 205. or soar, alike unfit to, 554. or swim live or die, 530. Sinks or swims or wades, 230. the day-star, so, 248. Sinking, a kind of alacrity in, 46. in thy last long sleep, 438. Sinned against, more, 147. all in Adam's fall, 686. Sinner it or saint it, 321. of his memory, made such a, 42. the hungry, 566. too weak to be a, 109. vilest, may return, 303. Sinners, if, entice thee, 824. miserable, 850. Sinning more sinned against than, 147. Sinuous shells of pearly hue, 511. Sion hill delight thee more, 223. Sir Oracle, I am, 60. Sire of fame, toil is the, 699. son degenerates from the, 337. to son, bequeathed by, 548. Sires, green graves of your, 561. most disgrace their, 342. sons of great, 342. Siren, song of the, 38. waits thee, the, 511. Sirens sang, what song the, 219. Sisera, stars fought against, 814. Sister, as a brother to his, 52. of the spring, thine azure, 565. shall be a ministering angel, 144. spirit come away, 334. when I was but your, 160. woman, still gentler, 448. Sisters, all the, virtuous, 852. dear, men with, 585. three and such branches of learning, 62. wayward, depart in peace, 676. weird, the, 123. Sister's, erring, shame, 548. Sisyphus rolling his stone, 617. Sit attentive to his own applause, 327. here we will, 65. in my bones, 461. in the clouds and mock us, 89. still, their strength is to, 834. studious let me, 356. thee down sorrow, 54. upon the ground, let us, 82. where I will, let me, 790. Sits in a foggy cloud, 123. on his horseback, 78. the wind in that corner, 51. upon mine arm, 194. Site, whole regions to change their, 212. Sitting cheap as standing, 292. in a pleasant shade, 175. on the ground, 28. on the stile, I 'm, 611. Situation, beautiful for, 820. Six and seven, at, 15. hours in sleep, 24. hundred pounds a year, 289. Richmonds in the field, 98. Sixpence all too dear, 152, 406. I give thee, 464. Size of dreaming, past the, 159. of pots of ale, 210. Skeleton clothed with life, 531. Skie falth, have Larkes when, 11. Skies, all who dwell below the, 302. bird let loose in eastern, 523. bright assemblies of the, 345. child of the, 674. cloudless climes and starry, 551. commercing with the, 249. common people of the, 174. communion with the, 414. double-darken, gloomy, 661. every place below the, 538. illumed the eastern, 639. laughter shakes the, 337. let its altar reach the, 465. milky baldric of the, 573. my canopy the, 316. parents passed into the, 423. pointing at the, 322. raised a mortal to the, 272. rush into the, 315. setting in his western, 268. some inmate of the, 346. stars are in the quiet, 607. sunny as her, 554. to mansions in the, 303. to raise mortals to the, 532. watcher of the, 576. were clear, the morn was fair, the, 611. Skill, by force or, 670. in amplifying, 136. in antiquity, 222. in arguing, 397. in surgery, honour hath no, 87. is but a barbarous, 261. simple truth, his utmost, 174. strengthens our nerves and sharpens our, 411. Skilled in gestic lore, 395. Skimble-skamble stuff, a deal of, 85. Skin and bone, two millers, 351. and bone, wasted to, 784. come off with a whole, 785. drum made of his, 186. Ethiopian change his, 835. of an innocent lamb, 94. of my teeth, 817. Skins are whole, your, 46. Skin-deep, colours that are, 282. 't is but, 262. Skirmish of wit between them, 50. Skirt the eternal frost, 501. Skirts, no one ever lifted my, 740. of happy chance, 633. Skull of a lawyer, 143. Skulls, dead men's, 96. Sky, admitted to that equal, 315. and the ocean, nothing behind but the, 503. banner in the, 635. banners flout the, 115. bends over all, the blue, 499. blue, and living air, 467. blue ethereal, 300. bridal of the earth and, 204. bright reversion in the, 335. canopied by the blue, 553. changes when they are wives, the, 71. climb the upper, 531. close against the, 583. darkness of the, 23. fables of the, 342. fit it for the, 672. flushing round a summer, 357. forehead of the morning, 248. from earth to highest, 30. girdled with the, 507. go forth under the open, 572. howls along the, 392. in our northern, 433. is changed and such change, 544. is red, for the, 840. keep one parent from the, 328. laughter shakes the, 344. milky way i' the, 256. opens to the morning, 677. Ophiuchus huge in the arctic, 229. regent of the, 426. silence in the starry, 478. soft blue, did never melt, 468. some brother of the, 343. souls are ripened in our northern, 433. splendour through the, 496. stars set their watch in the, 515. steeples point to the, 504. stepped to the, 655. storm that howls along the, 392. sunshine aye shall light the, 653. tears of the, 353. the moving moon went up the, 498. they die in yon rich, 630. triumphal arch that fill'st the, 516. waft thy name beyond the, 539. Washington is in the upper, 531. were to fall, if the, 704. whatever, is above me, 553. when stars illume the, 587. windows of the, 357. witchery of the soft blue, 468. woods against a stormy, 569. Skyey influences, servile to the, 48. Sky-robes, these my, 243. Slain, he can never do that 's, 215. he who is in battle, 403. I could consent to be, 703. thrice he slew the, 271. thrice my peace was, 306. with him is beauty, 161. Slander sharper than sword, 160. Slanderous tongues, done to death by, 54. Slaughter, as a lamb to the, 834. as an ox goeth to the, 825. to a throne, wade through, 385. Slave, base is the, that pays, 91. born to be a, 413. of circumstance and impulse, 554. passion's, man that is not, 138. states, no more, 619. subject not a, 485. territories, no, 619. thou wretch thou coward, 79. to no sect, 320. to thousands, has been, 153. to till my ground, 418. tongue to curse the, 526. trade, sum of all villanies, 359. whatever day makes man a, 346. Slaves as they are, 525. Britons never shall be, 358. cannot breathe in England, 418. corrupted freemen are the worst of, 387. in mockery over, 518. necessity is the creed of, 453. sons of Columbia, be, 675. what can ennoble sots or, 319. who dare not be in the right, 656. who fear to speak for the fallen, 656. with greasy aprons, 159. Slavery a bitter draught, 379. is but half abolished, 639. or death, which to choose, 298. price of chains and, 430. Sleave of care, ravelled, 119. Sleek-headed men, 111. Sleep and a forgetting, 477. blessings on him who invented, 792. care-charmer, 39. charm that lulls to, 402. dark house and long, 590. days with toil nights with, 92. death and his brother, 567. death is an eternal, 805. end the heartache, by a, 135. exposition of, I have an, 58. falleth on men, when deep, 816. fan me while I, 418. folding of the hands to, 825. full of rest from head to feet, 625. he giveth his beloved, 824. holy spirit blessed soul, 624. hour friendliest to, 235. how, the brave, 389. I lay me down in peace to, 676. in Abraham's bosom, 97. in dull cold marble, 99. in thy last long, 438. is a death, 218. it is a gentle thing, 499. life is rounded with a, 43. Macbeth does murder, 119. medicine thee to that sweet, 154. murmur invites one to, 380. nature's soft nurse, 89. nature's sweet restorer balmy, 306. neither night nor day, 116. no more, I heard a voice cry, 119. no more, to die to, 135. now I lay me down to, 687. now I lay me down to take my, 687. O gentle sleep, 89. of a labouring man, 830. of death, in that, 135. of nights, such as, 111. out of his, to sterte, 2. perchance to dream, to, 135. sinking in thy last long, 438. six hours in, 24. sleepless to give their readers, 331. some must watch while some must, 138. strong man after, 254. sweetly tender heart, 624. that knits up the ravelled sleave of care, 119. that knows not breaking, 491. the friend of woe, 508. the innocent, 119. till the end true soul, 625. timely dew of, 233. to mine eyes, I will not give, 824. undisturbed, 367. was aery-light, his, 234. while sluggards, 360. while some must, 138. will never lie where care lodges, 106. winding up nights with, 92. yet a little, 825. Sleeps at wisdom's gate, suspicion, 231. creation, 306. his last sleep, 666. ill who knows not that he, 708. in dust, flourish when he, 851. on her soft axle, 237. on his own heart, 471. the pride of former days, 519. till tired he, 318. upon this bank, the moonlight, 65. well, after life's fitful fever, he, 121. Sleeping but never dead, 656. growing when ye 're, 495. when she died, we thought her, 583. within my orchard, 132. Sleepless nights, three, I passed, 465. soul that perished, 470. to give their readers sleep, 331. Sleet of arrowy shower, 384. Sleeve, heart upon my, 149. Sleeves, herald's coat without, 87. Slenderly and meanly, 837. fashioned, so, 586. Slepen alle night with open eye, 1. Slept and dreamed, 654. dying when she, 583. in peace, 100. one wink, 160. Sleveless errand, 12. Slew the slain, thrice he, 271. Slide, let the world, 9, 72, 198. not stand, loves to, 267. Slides into verse, 328. Slight, nor fame I, 333. not strength, 172. not what is near, 698. Slings and arrows of fortune, 135. Slinks out of the race, 254. Slip, Judas had given them the, 284. the dogs of war, let, 113. Slips, greyhounds in the, 91. Slipper, good to the heels the well-worn, 637. head stroked with a, 703. Slippered pantaloon, lean and, 69. Slippery place, stands upon a, 79. Slits the thin-spun life, 247. Slogardie a-night, may wol have no, 2. Slope through darkness, 632. Sloping into brooks, 536. to the southern side, 661. Sloth, resty, 160. Slough was Despond, 265. Slovenly unhandsome corse, 83. Slow, learn to read, 265. of study, 57. rises worth, 366. to anger, he that is, 827. to speak, 849. too swift arrives as tardy as too, 107. unfriended melancholy, 394. unmoving finger, 155. Slowly and sadly we laid him, 563. silence all, ever widening, 629. Sluggard, go to the ant thou, 825. 't is the voice of the, 302. Sluggards sleep, while, 360. Slumber, a little, 825. again, too soon I must, 302. honey-heavy dew of, 111. lie still and, 302. seven hours to soothing, 438. to mine eyelids, 824. Slumbers in the shell, 455. light, dreams and, 490. of the virtuous man, 299. Slumber's chain has bound me, 523. Slumbering ages, wakens the, 594. world, o'er a, 306. Sly, Stephen, 72. tough and devilish, 652. Smack of age, 88. of observation, 78. sweet, my life does, 651. Smacked of noyance, 357. Small beer, poor creature, 89. cannot reach the, 29. choice in rotten apples, 72. compare great things with, 230. deer, rats and such, 147. great vulgar and the, 262. habits well pursued, 437. have continual plodders won, 54. his deserts are, 257. Latin and less Greek, 179. no low no great no, 316. of all that human hearts endure, 367. one a strong nation, 834. rare volume, 456. sands the mountain, 311. service is true service, 486. there is no great no small, 601. things, day of, 836. to greater matters, 157. vices do appear, 148. Small-endians and big-endians, 290. Smallest worm will turn, 95. Small-knowing soul, 54. Smart for it, 54, 825. of all the girls that are so, 285. Smarts so little as a fool, 327. this dog, 363. Smell a rat, 172, 211. ancient and fish-like, 43. as sweet, a rose by any other name would, 105. flower of sweetest, 488. of bread and butter, 554. rankest compound of villanous, 46. sweet and blossom in the dust, 209. the blood of a British man, 147. Smells sweete al around, 28. to heaven, 139, 362. wooingly, heaven's breath, 117. Smelleth the battle afar off, 818. Smelt of the lamp, 728. Smile again, affliction may, 54. and be a villain, 132. and sigh, reasons why we, 569. and tear, betwixt a, 546. at anything, could be moved to, 111. be lost to sight, tho' thy, 587. because it makes us, 560. brightly, and sweetly sing, 563. calm thou mayst, 438. followed perhaps with a, 416. from partial beauty won, 513. grinned horrible a ghastly, 229. hear with a disdainful, 384. if we do meet again, we shall, 115. in her eye, 582. in pain, frown at pleasure, 309. look backwards with a, 307. make languor, 328. make the learned, 324. make the serious, 345. no more, men, 348. on her lips, 489. one vast substantial, 652. sad because it makes us, 560. sardonic, 860. sympathetic tear, the social, 387. tear followed perhaps by a, 416. that glowed celestial rosy, 238. that was childlike, 669. though I shall not be near thee, 563. to share the good man's, 397. to those who hate, 553. vain tribute of a, 487. we would aspire to, 99. wept with delight at your, 680. with an intent to do mischief, 186. Smiles, as Jupiter on Juno, 233. at the drawn dagger, 299. becks and wreathed, 248. daggers in men's, 120. from reason flow, 238. his emptiness betray, 328. in such a sort, 111. in yer face while it picks yer pocket, 350. kisses tears and, 474. of joy the tears of woe, 524. of other maidens, 677. seldom he, 111. the clouds away, 550. the robbed that, steals something from the thief, 151. the tears of boyhood, the, 523. to-day to-morrow will be dying, 202. welcome ever, 102. Smiled, all around thee, 438. hermit sighed till woman, 513. when a sabbath appeared, 416. Smiling at grief, patience on a monument, 76. damned villain, 132. destructive man, 281. in her tears, pensive beauty, 513. with a never-fading serenity, 299. Smite once, stands ready to, 241. Smith stand with his hammer, 80. Smiths never had any arms, the, 460. Smoke and flame, awful guide in, 493. and stir of this dim spot, 243. no fire without some, 17, 33. that so gracefully curled, 518. Smokes, the man who, 607. Smoking flax, 834. Smooth as monumental alabaster, 156. at a distance rough at hand, 181. course of true love never did run, 57. runs the water, 93. stream in smoother numbers, 324. the bed of death, 328. the ice, 79. Waller was, 329. Smoother than butter, 821. Smoothing the raven-down, 244. Smooth-lipped shell, 480. Smoothly done, my task is, 246. Smoothness, temperance that may give, 137. torrent's, ere it dash below, 516. Smooth-shaven green, 250. Smote him thus, 157. him under the fifth rib, 815. the chord of self, 625. them hip and thigh, 814. Snail, creeping like, 69. Snails, feet like, 202. Snake, like a wounded, 324. scotched the, not killed it, 121. Snakes in Iceland, no, 373. Snapper-up of unconsidered trifles, 77. Snare, mockery and a, 527. Snares, life hath, 614. Snatch a fearful joy, 381. a grace, 323. half our knowledge we must, 320. Sneaking off, my valour is, 441. Sneer, laughing devil in his, 551. teach the rest to, 327. who can refute a, 673. with solemn, 544. yesterday's frown and, 664. Snore upon the flint, 160. Snout, jewel in a swine's, 826. Snow, beard was white as, 142. chaste as ice as pure as, 136. chaste as unsunned, 159. diadem of, 553. from purest, 103. hide those hills of, 49, 184. in a dazzling drift, 648. in May's new-fangled mirth, 54. mockery king of, 82. not hail or rain or any, 629. peaks wrapt in clouds and, 543. rosebuds filled with, 685. shall be their winding sheet, 515. singer with the crown of, 661. wallow naked in December, 81. whiter than the driven, 380. Snows, through the drifting, 568. Snow-broth, whose blood is, 47. Snow-fall in the river, 451. Snowflakes, as still as, 538. Snow-white ram, 481. Snuff, only took, 400. rather than live in, 26. Snuff-box, amber, 326. Snuffed out by an article, 560. Snug as a bug in a rug, 361. little island, 675. So dies a wave along the shore, 434. if it please you, if not why so, 44. is good very good, 71. it is but so, 71. much to do, 633. soon that I am done for, 689. sweetly she bade me adieu, 380. wise so young never live long, 97. So and so and my opinion is, 761. Soaks up the rain, the thirsty earth, 260. Soap, invisible, 584. Soar, alike unfit to sink or, 554. but never roam, 485. through rolling clouds to, 539. Sober as a judge, 363. be vigilant, be, 849. certainty of waking bliss, 244. goes to bed, 184. in your diet, be, 350. livery twilight gray in her, 233. second thoughts are best, 277. will to bed go, 184. Sobers us again, drinking largely, 323. Soberness, truth and, 843. Social friend I love thee well, 564. smile the sympathetic tear, 387. Society among unequals, 237. as is quiet wise and good, 567. in shipwreck, 708. is one polished horde, 560. mudsills of, 678. my glittering bride, 480. one, alone on earth, 476. ornament to, 510. solder of, 354. solitude sometimes is best, 239. the vanilla of, 460. where none intrudes, 547. wholesome for the character, 661. Society's chief joys, 415. Sock, Jonson's learned, 249. Socket, burn to the, 479. Socrates wisest of men, 241. Sod and the dew, under the, 668. as snowflakes fall upon the, 538. Soda-water, sermons and, 557. Sofa, wheel round the, 420. Soft answer turneth away wrath, 826. as her clime, 554. as silk remains, 313. as young and gay as soft, 308. bastard Latin, 554. eyes looked love, 542. her voice was ever, 149. impeachment, own the, 441. is the music that would charm, 485. is the strain when zephyr blows, 324. moves the dipping oar, 674. muse, nature's, 89. silken primrose, 251. stillness and the night, 65. the music of those village bells, 422. the zephyr blows, 383. were those lips that bled, 38. Softening into shade, 357. Soft-heartedness in times like these, 660. Softly bodied forth, 546. sweet in Lydian measures, 272. Softness in the upper story, 660. madrigals that whisper, 254. she and sweet attractive grace, for, 232. Soil good to be born on, a, 663. grows on mortal, 247. nor yet within the common, 569. thus leave thee native, 239. to paint the laughing, 535. where first they trod, 570. Soils, rich, to be weeded, 168. Soiled by any outward touch, 253. with all ignoble use, 633. Solar system, hub of the, 638. walk or milky way, 315. Sold him a bargain, 55. Solder of society, 354. Soldier among sovereigns, 495. an elder not a better, 114. and afeard, 124. armed with resolution, 295. be abroad, let the, 527. blasphemy in the, 48. first who was king a fortunate, 801. flat blasphemy in the, 48. full of strange oaths, 69. I ask the brave, 520. mourned her, slain, 427. relish him more in the, 151. successful, 494. the sex is ever kind to a, 345. thou more than, 518. would himself have been a, 83. Soldiers bore dead bodies by, 83. old, sweetheart are surest, 181. sovereign among, 495. substance of ten thousand, 97. Soldier's neck, driveth o'er a, 105. pole is fallen, 159. scholar's eye, 136. sepulchre, shall be a, 515. virtue, ambition the, 158. Sole daughter of his voice, 239. daughter of my house, 542. judge of truth, 317. of her foot, no rest, for the, 812. of his foot, 51, 173, 198. sitting by the shores, 472. Solemn black, suits of, 127. creed, sapping a, 544. fop, the, 415. midnight, in the, 642. sanctimonious face, no, 586. sneer, with, 544. temples, 43. way, in such a, 635. Solid flesh would melt, too, 127. happiness we prize, 362. men of Boston, 432. pudding against empty praise, 330. Solitary, life of man is, 200. monk who shook the world, 610. place, in many a, 468. shriek, a, 557. woes, rare are, 308. Solitude, bird in the, 552. he makes a, and calls it peace, 550. how passing sweet is, 416. I love tranquil, 567. Islington will grow a, 261. least alone in, 544. midst of a vast, 591. needful to the imagination, 661. of his own originality, 677. shrinks from the dismaying, 592. sometimes is beat society, 239. sweet retired, 244. that inward eye which is the bliss of, 475. where are the charms, 416. which they call peace, 747. Solitudinem faciunt, 550. Some are born great, 76. asked how pearls did grow, 201. asked where rubies grew, 201. books to be tasted, 168. Cupid kills with arrows, 51. days must be dark, 613. love to roam, 653. must be great, 421. must watch some must sleep, 138. natural tears they dropped, 240. of us will smart for it, 54. rain must fall, 613. rise by sin, 47. said John print it, 265. to church repair, 324. undone widow, 194. we 've left behind us, 522. write their wrongs in marble, 314. Somebody to hew and hack, 211. Something after death, dread of, 136. ails it now, 472. better than his dog, 626. between a hindrance and help, 472. dangerous, in me, 144. dear dearer than self, 541. good, the worst speak, 205. I 'll lend you, 77. in a flying horse, there 's, 468. in a huge balloon, there 's, 468. is rotten in Denmark, 131. nothing, 't is, 153. of nothing, created, 222. rich and strange, 42. the heart must have, 617. to love, he lends us, 624. too much of this, 138. wicked this way comes, 123. Sometimes counsel take, 326. Son, a wise, maketh a glad father, 825. and foe, grim death my, 229. at home, keep his only, 392. booby father craves a booby, 310. degenerates from the sire, 337. England's greatest, 628. every mother's, 57. every wise man's, 75. God the Father God the, 303. happy was it for that, 95. hateth his, 826. meant my, be good, 444. of Adam and Eve, 288. of his own works, 785. of memory, dear, 251. of mine succeeding, no, 121. of parents passed into the skies, 123. of the morning, 833. swore, Diogenes struck the father when the, 192. two-legged thing a, 267. Sons, affliction's, are brothers in distress, 447. Arcturus with his, 818. God's, are things, 314. had I a dozen, 102. of Belial, flown with insolence, 224. of Columbia, 675. of Edward sleep in Abraham's bosom, 97. of France awake to glory, 804. of God shouted for joy, 817. of heaven, things are the, 368. of night, bloom for, 520. of reason valour liberty, 358. of the morning, 535. of their great sires, 342. strong are her, 344. the goodliest man since born his, 232. two of earth's degenerate, 341. Song, burden of his, 427. burden of some merry, 328. careless, with a little nonsense, 389. charms the sense, 228. dear to gods and men, sacred, 347. divine, soft as some, 345. for our banner, 595. for song, the Siren singing, 511. in thy praise, I 'll sing, 449. it may turn out a, 448. labour is but a sorrowful, 653. let satire be my, 539. low lone, 680. many once lauded in, 754. metre of an antique, 161. mighty orb of, 479. moralize my, 27. moralized his, 328. needless Alexandrine ends the, 374. never yet heard in tale or, 243. no sorrow in thy, 438. of old, that glorious, 640. of Percy and Douglas, 34. of the siren, 38. one immortal, 267. sea grew civil at her, 57. still govern thou my, 236. swallow flights of, 632. swear to the truth of a, 287. the grateful, 538. the sirens sang, 219. theme of future, 344. to the oak, 667. unlike my subject shall be my, 353. veiling lightnings of his, 565. wanted many an idle, 326. what they teach in, 566. Songes make and wel endite, 1. Songs and sonnets, book of, 45. be turned to holy psalms, 25. sweetest, are of saddest thought, 565. Sonne, up rose the, 2. Sonnet, scorn not the, 485. Sonnets, book of songs and, 45. Rafael made a century of, 645. Sonorous metal blowing martial sounds, 224. Soon that I am done for, so, 689. Sooner lost and worn, 75. to make an end, the, 171. Soonest mended, little said is, 200. Soothe a heart that 's broken, 492. the savage breast, 294. Soothed his soul to pleasures, 272. with the sound, 271. Soothing slumber, 438. Sophisters, age of, 410. Sophistry, destroy his fib or, 327. Sophocles, not mad if I am, 697. Sophonisba, O, 358. Soprano basso, the Contra-alto, 554. Sordid hopes and vain desires, 534. Sore labour's bath, 120. store is no, 11, 791. Sorrow, ate his bread in, 617. but more closely tied, 526. calls no time that 's gone, 183. down thou climbing, 146. drown all, 184. earth has no, 524. fade, ere sin could blight or, 500. fail not for, 641. give, words, 124. hang, care will kill a cat, 177, 199. hath scaped this, 162. her rent is, 204. I bade good morrow to, 574. in thy song, thou hast no, 438. increaseth, 830. is held intrusive, 594. is in vain, thy, 405. is unknown, where, 417. labour and, is their strength, 822. learn, the heart must, 617. literature consoles, 590. long has washed thy roses, 378. melt into, 549. more in, than in anger, 128. nae, there John, 458. never comes too late, 381. night of, from a fore-spent, 258. no, that heaven cannot heal, 524. now melt into, 549. of the meanest thing, 472. parting is such sweet, 106. path of, and that alone, 417. patience a remedy for, 701, 709. patience and, strove, 148. pine with feare and, 29. resembles, only as the mist resembles the rain, 614. returned with the morn, 515. rooted from the memory, 125. sing away, 786. sit thee down, 54. some natural loss or pain, 473. sphere of our, from the, 567. steep, my couch in, 450. tales of, 396. time assuages, 704. to heal, by weeping, 697. to the grave, 341, 813. under the load of, wring, 53. wear a golden, 98. Sorrows and darkness encompass the tomb, 535. at my bier, waste their, 571. come not single spies, 142. flow, as thy, 518. here I and, sit, 79. I will instruct my, 79. of a poor old man, 433. of death compassed me, 818. remembered, 588. simple wiles transient, 474. to be proud, I will instruct my, 79. Sorrow's crown of sorrow, 626. dark array, 802. keenest wind, 482. spy, knowledge is but, 217. Sorrowful song, labour is but a, 653. Sorrowing goes a borrowing, 21, 360. goeth a, 21. Sorry, I am right, 6. Sort, hurt of a deadlier, 212. smiles in such a, 111. Sorts of people, all, 118. of prosperity, I wish you all, 800. Sots, what can ennoble, 319. Sought, lack of many things I, 161. love, is good, 76. the world, I never have, 374. Soul above buttons, 454. and body to lasting rest, 80. and God stand sure, 649. aspiring pants, the, 610. awake my, 359. biting for anger, eager, 221. blind his, with clay, 630. body form doth take of the, 29. bruised with adversity, 50. can this be death, 335. catch my flying, 333. cement of the, 354. cold waters to a thirsty, 828. competent to gain heights, 480. cordial to the, 222. crowd not on my, 383. darkness o'er the parting, 513. deep imaged in his, 345. delight in every sorrowing, 346. dinner-bell the tocsin of the, 559. discontented with capacity, 512. eloquence charms the, 228. every hair a, doth bind, 191. eye and prospect of his, 53. feast of reason and flow of, 328. fiery, working out its way, 267. freed his, the nearest way, 367. fret thy, with crosses, 30. from out that shadow, 640. genial current of the, 384. grapple them to thy, 129. happy, that all the way, 259. harrow up thy, 131. has gone aloft, his, 436. hath elbow-room, 80. haughtiness of, 298. he had a little, 519. her lips suck forth my, 41. hides a dark, 244. his father's, to cross, 326. human, take wing, 552. I think nobly of the, 77. indulging every instinct of the, 650. into the eye and prospect of his, 53. iron entered into his, 851. is competent to gain, the, 480. is dead that slumbers, 612. is form and doth the bodie make, 29. is gone, limbs will quiver after the, 375. is his own, the subject's, 92. is in arms and eager for the fray, 296. is wanting there, 548. is with the saints, 502. it offends me to the, 137. Jove alone endues the, 340. Justice is a virtue of the, 762. lends the tongue vows, 130. liberal, shall be made fat, 826. like an ample shield, 277. like seasoned timber, 204. limed, struggling to be free, 139. listened intensely, his very, 480. living voice sways the, 748. look down from heaven, 277. lose his own, 840. may pierce, such as the, 249. measured by my, 303. medicine for the, 809. merit wins the, 326. most offending, alive, 92. mouse of any, 336. mysterious cement of the, 354. never dying, to save, 672. O my prophetic, 132. of business, despatch is the, 353. of goodness in things evil, 92. of harmony, the hidden, 249. of man, diseases crucify the, 188. of man, portions of the, 656. of music shed, 519. of music slumbers in the shell, 455. of Orpheus sing, 250. of our grandam, 77. of Richard, 97, 296. of the age, 179. of the past time, 580. of this world, time is the, 742. of wit, brevity is the, 133. one, in two bodies, 762. palace of the, 221, 541. perdition catch my, 153. rapt, sitting in thine eyes, 249. return unto thy rest my, 497. saw a glimpse of happiness, 221. secret, to show, 551. secured in her existence, 299. she 's dead, rest her, 143. sighing under a sycamore tree, 406. sincere, 391. sinews of the, 222. sleep holy spirit blessed, 624. small-knowing, 54. so dead, man with, 488. soothed his, to pleasures, 272. speech is a mirror of the, 714. stirring in his, 480. stream which overflowed the, 481. sweet and virtuous, 204. swell the, to rage, 272. take the prisoned, 244. tell me my, can this be death, 335. that can be honest, 183. that eye was in itself a, 550. that perished in his pride, 470. that rises with us, 477. the

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