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Pain, dull narcotics numbing, 631.

error wounded writhes with, 573.
for promised joy, 416.
frown at pleasure smile in, 309.
glad life's arrears of, 650.
greatest, it is to love, 261.
heart that never feels a, 377.
in company with, 476.
is felt in every member, 788.
it is that pain to miss, 261.
it was to drown, 36.
labour we delight in physics, 120.
laughter is fraught with some, 505.
lessened by another's anguish, 104.
mighty, to love it is, 261.
naught but grief and, 146.
no fiery throbbing, 367.
no throbs of fiery, 367.
of finite hearts that yearn, 648.
pleasures banish, 303.
pleasures in the vale of, 492.
short-lived, 489.
sigh yet feel no, 525.
soine natural sorrow loss or, 473.
stranger yet to, 381.
sweet is pleasure after, 271.
tender for another's, 381.
that has been and may be, 473.
though full of, 227.
to break its links so 8000, 520.
too much rest becomes a, 316.
to the bear, 593.
turns with ceaseless, 394.

vows made in, 231.
Pains and penalties of idleness, 332.

grow sharp, when, 132.
labour for his, 378.
man of pleasure man of, 309.
of love be sweeter far, 276.
pleasure in poetic, 419.
stings you for your, 313.
which only poets know, 419.

world of sighs for my, 150.
Painful vigils keep, pensive poets, 331.

warrior famoused for fight, 161,
Paint an inch thick, 14.

like nature, who can, 355.
lion not so fierce as they, 206.
no words can, 437.
the laughing soil, 535.
the lily gild refined gold, 79.
the meadows with delight, 56.
them, he best can, 333.

them truest praise them most, 300.
Painted blind, winged Cupid, 57.

blossoms drest, 28.
devil, childhood that fears a, 120.
Jove, like a, 267.
lion is not so fierce as, 222.
ocean, upon a, 498.
she's all my fancy, her, 682.
ship, idle as a, 498.

tritles and fantastic joys, 391.
Painter, flattering, a, 339.

great, dips his pencil, 564.
gymnastie teacher, 721.

nature's sternest, 510.
Painting can express, more than, 301.

Painting is silent poetry, 742.

poetry as speaking, 742.
Paintings, I have heard of your,

136
Palace and a prison, 544.

beautiful, the, 266.
deceit in gorgeous, 107.
hollow oak our, 537.
of eternity, key that opes the, 243.

of the soul, 221, 541.
Palaces, gorgeous, 43.

'mid pleasures and, 568.
princes', cottages had been, 60.

prosperity within thy, 824.
Pale, call it fair not, 500.

cast of thought, 136.
feet crossed in rest, 667.
gradations, no, 493.
his unetfectual fire, 'gins to, 132.
jessamine, crow-toe and, 247.
martyr in shirt of fire, 667.
my cheeks make, 199.
passion loves, places which, 184.
prithee why so, 256.
realms of shade, 572.

unripened beauties, 298.
Pale-eyed priest, 251.
Pale-faced moon, 81.
Palestines, Delphian vales the, 562.
Palinurus nodded at the helin, 332.
Pall, in sceptred, 250.
Pall Mall, sweet shady side of, 432.
Pallas, perched upon a bust of,640.

Jove and Mars, 612.
Palls upon the sense, 298.
Palm and southern pine, land of, 628.

bear the, alone, 110.
itching, 114.
like some tall, 535.
of my hands, oozing out at the, 441.
of orange blossom and, 628.

open palm upon his, 617.
Palms, his islands left their fronded, 619.
Palm-tree, flourish like the, 822.
Palmer's weed, votarist in, 243.
Palmy state of Rome, 126.
Palpable and familiar, 504.

hit, 115.

obscure, the, 227.
Palsied eld, 48.
Palsy-stricken, poor weak, 575.
Palter in a double sense, 126.
Paly tlames, through their, 92.
Pampered, goose, 318.

meníal drove me from the door, 433.
Pan, awe-inspiring god, 480.

is dead great Pan is dead, 621, 740.
leap out of the frying, 18.

to Moses lends his pagan horn, 331.
Pancakes, flat as, 173.
Panders will, reason, 140.
Pandora, more lovely than, 231.
Pang as great as when a giant dies, 48.

disinissed without a parting, 296.
learn nor account the, 649.
preceding death, 398.

that rends the heart, 398.
Pangs and fears, 99.

of despised love, 135.

Pangs of guilty power, 367.

Parlour, will you walk into my, 605.
the wretched find, 549.

Parlous boy, 96.
which it hath witnessed, 481.

Parmaceti for an inward bruise, 83.
Pansies for thoughts, 142.

Parmenio and Alexander, 732.
Pansy for lovers' thoughts, 35.

Parole of literary men, 374.
freaked with jet, 248.

Parson bemused in beer, 326.
Pant for you, till we meet shall, 671.

forty, power, 559.
Pants for glory, 329.

owned his skill, in arguing the, 397.
for twenty-one, 329.

there goes the, 416.
Pantaloon, lean and slippered, 69.

Part, a kick in that, 214.
Panteth, as the hart, 820.

act well your, 319.
Panting syllable, chase a, 416.

art and, 852.
time toiled after him in vain, 366.

believe it, I do in, 127.
Paper bullets of the brain, 51.

each minute and unseen, 615.
credit, blest, 3:22.

every man must play a, 60.
he hath not eat, 55.

for my own, 111,
portion of uncertain, 556.

hard to, when friends are dear, 433.
that ever blotted, 61.

hath chosen that good, 842.
Papers in each hand, 326.

immortal, of myself, 152.
speak from your folded, 636.

love and then to, 502.
Paper-mill, thou hast built a, 91.

my soul's better, 338.
Paradise, and walked in, 639.

of a hair, ninth, 85.
beyond compare, 497.

of all that I have met, 625.
drunk the milk of, 500.

of being, hath a, 544.
flowers worthy of, 232.

of his religion, he made it, 291.
for horses, Italy a, 192.

of sight, became a, 549.
for women, England a, 192.

of valour, the better, 87.
heavenly, is that place, 685.

of wisdom, 420.
how grows our store in, 569.

so he plays his, 69.
in this fool's, 14.

to heaven gave his blessed, 100.
must I thus leave thee, 239.

vital in every, 236.
of fools, 231, 858.

we know in, 815.
only bliss of, 419.

Parts, all his gracious, 79.
opened unto you, 836.

allure thee, if, 319.
thought would destroy their, 382. man of sovereign, 55.
to him are opening, 386.

mark of virtue in his outward, 63.
to what we fear of death, 49.

of good natural, 786.
Paradisiacal pleasures, 387.

of one stupendous whole, 316.
Paragon, an earthly, 160.

one man plays many, 69.
Parallel, admits no, 352.

pawing to get free his hinder, 236.
none but himself his, 352.

Partake the gale, 320.
Parcel of their fortunes, 158.

Parted, double cherry seeming, 58.
Parcel-gilt goblet, 89.

never met or never, 452.
Parchment should undo a man, that, 94. when we two, 539.
Pard, bearded like the, 69.

Parthenon, Earth proudly wears the, 598.
Pard-like spirit, 505.

Partial evil universal good, 316,
Pardon in the degree that we love, 796. for the observer's sake, 320.
or to bear it, 423.

we grow more, 320.
something to the spirit of liberty, 408. Participation of divineness, 169.
they ne'er, 275.

of office, 435.
Pardons, the offender never, 206.

Particle, that very fiery, 560.
Pardoned all except her face, 559.

Particular hair, each, 131.
Parent from the sky, keep one, 328.

star, a bright, 73.
knees, a new-born child, 438.

tear, orb of one, 163,
of good, 235.

Parties, I name no, 198.
of invention, necessity the, 441. Parting day dies like the dolphin, 545.
the people's, 313.

day, knell of, 384.
Parents passed into the skies, 423.

day linger and play, 529.
were the Lord knows who, 285.

guest, speed the, 346.
Parfit gentil knight, a veray, 1.

is such sweet sorrow, 106.
Paris, for French of, 1.

pang, dismissed without a, 296.
good Americans when they die go to, was well made, 115.
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Partings, such, break the heart, 540.
good talkers only found in, 769. Partington, Dame, 462.
Parish church, plain as way to, 68. Partition, middle wall of, 847.
me no parishes, 862.

union in, 58.
wide was his, 2.

Partitions, what thin, 267, 316.
Parlour, is it a party in a, 468.

Partly may compute, we, 448.

Party, gave up to, 399.

he serves his, best, 665.
honesty is party expediency, 669.
in a parlour, is it a, 168.

is the madness of many, 336.
Pass by me as the idle wind, 114.

for a man, let him, 61.
into nothingness, 574.
let him, 119.
let it be. Let it, 809.
my imperfections by, 459.
never never comes to, 454.

so it came to, 404.
Passage, act of common, 160.

bird of, cuckoo is a, 7:20.
each dark, shun, 311.
of an angel's tear, 576.

to fret a, 221.
Passages that lead to nothing, 386.
Passed in music out of sight, 625.
Passenger pukes in, sea the, 559.

wandering, 243.
Passeth all understanding, 847.

show, that which, 127.
Passing fair, is she not, 44.

rich with forty pounds, 396.
strange, 't was, 150.
sweet is solitude, 416.
the love of women, 815.
thought, like a, 447.
through nature to eternity, 127.
tribute of a sigh, 385.

well, daughter which he loved, 134.
Passion catching all, 163.

chaos of thought and, 317.
dies, till our, 182.
driven by, 117.
haunted me like a, 467.
is the gale, 317.
leads, where, 672.
light the fires of, 617.
may I govern my, 670.
one, doth expel another, 36.
only I discern infinite, 618.
places which pale, loves, 184.
put me into a towering, 145.
ruling, 321, 322.
something with, clasp, 617.
spent its novel force, 626.
to tatters, tear a, 137.
vows with so much, 281.
we feel, happier in the, 795.
whirlwind of, 137.
woman in her first, 557.

women love in their first, 796.
Passions, all, all delights, 501.

are likened best to tloods, 25.
fly with life, all other, 508.
necessity of mortal, 740.
never let such angry, rise, 302.
noblest, to muspire, 377.

to be relished, 774.
Passion's slave, man that is not, 138.
Passion-waves are lulled to rest, 562.
Passionate intuition, 481.

simple sensuous and, 254.
Passiveness, in a wise, 160.
Past all surgery,

152.

Past and to come seems best, 89.

anticipate the, 440.
at least is secure, 532.
conclude the future by the, 776.
groaning ever for the, 651.
hallowed quiets of the, 661.
heaven has not power upon the, 274.
help should be past grief, 77.
indemnity for the, 364.
is gone, the, 750.
leave thy low-vaulted, 636.
let the dead, bury its dead, 612.
miracles are, 73.
neither the, nor the future, 749.
never plan the future by the, 411.
nothing to come and nothing, 261.
our dancing days, 105.
repent what's, 141.
shadowy, summon from the, 614.
the bitter, more welcome the sweet,

74.
the bounds of freakish youth, 419.
the size of dreaming, 159.
the wit of man, 58.
unsighed for, 482.
voice of the, 580.

when on the, I fondly dwell, 587.
Paste and cover to our bones, 82.
Pastime and our happiness, 177.
Pastoral, cold, 576.
Pastors, as some ungracious, 129.
Pasture shall prepare, the Lord my, 300.
Pastures and fresh woods, 248.

lie down in green, 819.
Patch grief with proverbs, 53.

up his fame, 412.
Patches, king of shreds and, 141.
Pate, you beat your, 336.
Paternal acres, a few, 331.
Path, light unto my, 823.

motive guide, original and end, 367.
no, of flowers leads to glory, 797.
no royal, to geometry, 811.
of dalliance treads, 129.
of duty was to glory, 628.
of Milton, round the, 485.
of sorrow and that alone, 417.
of the just, 825.
the world advances along its, 523.
to heaven, journey like the, 244.
to tread, soon or late that, 315.

we tread, side of every, 422.
Paths are peace, all her, 825.

ask for the old, 835.
of glory lead to the grave, 384.
of joy and woe, checkered, 362.
of peevish nature, 288.

to woman's love, 198.
Pathless groves, 184.

was the dreary wild, 568.
way, heaven's wide, 200.

woods, pleasure m the, 517.
Pathos, that is the true, 19.
Patience, abusing of God's, 45.

and shuffle the cards, 789.
and sorrow strove, 148.
by your gracious, 150.
flour of wifly, 4.

Patience, habits of peace and, 207. Peace and health, best treasures, 387.
ingredient of genius, 608.

and quiet, calm, 249.
may compass anything, 772,

and rest can never dwell, 223.
men's office to speak, 53.

and righteousness, 821.
on a monuinent, sat like, 76.

and slumberous calm, 575.
passion of great hearts, 656.

and war, man of, 214.
poor are they that have not, 152.

as a breathing tiine, 407.
preacheth, 205.

be withiu thy walls, 824.
sovereign o'er transmuted ill, 366. brooded o'er the hushed domain, 642.
stubborn, 228.

cankers of a long, 86.
thou rose-lipped cherubin, 155.

carry gentle, 100.
with, He stands waiting, 793.

deep dream of, 536.
Patient humble spirit, 182.

first in war first in, 445.
man, fury of a, 269.

fool when he holdeth his, 827.
man in loss, 159.

forever hold his, 850.
merit of the unworthy takes, 135. habits of patience and, 207.
must minister to himself, 125.

hath her victories, 232.
of toil, 428.

hold companionship in, 103.
remedy for every trouble, 701,

in freedom's hallowed shade, 459.
search and vigil long, 555.

in thy right hand, 100,
though sorely tried, 611.

inglorious arts of, 263.
to be, is a branch of justice, 751.

is its companion, 460.
to perform, 312.

its ten thousand slays, 425.
when favours are denied, 362.

lay me down in, to sleep, 676.
Patiently to endure the toothache, 53. let us have, 661
Patines of bright gold, 05.

live in, adieu, 334, 800.
Patriarch, the venerable, 425.

makes solitude and calls it, 550, 747.
Patrick Spence, ballad of, 502.

man of, and war, 214.
Patriot truth, 675.

means of preserving, 425.
Patriots all, true, 445.

modest stillness and, 91.
worthy, dear to God, 254.

never a good war or bad, 361.
Patriot's boast, such is the, 394,

no, unto the wicked, 831.
fate, cowards mock the, 681.

nor ease of heart, 389.
Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoun. of God, 817.
drel, 372.

of mind, dearer than all, 568.
whose, would not gain force on the on earth good will toward men, 841.
plain of Marathon, 369.

only as a breathing time, 407.
Patron and the jail, 365.

prepare for war in, 706, 112.
one who looks with unconcern, 370. righteousness and, 821.
Pattern of excelling nature, 150.

slept in, 100.
to imitate, not as a, 688.

so sweet, life so dear or, 430.
Paul, by the apostle, 97.

soft phrase of, 119.
now by Saint, 295.

soft, she brings, 288.
robbing Peter he paid, 14, 186, 771. star of, return, 515.
Pauper, he's only a, 683.

the empire is, 810.
Pause, an awful, 306.

thinks of war in time of, 191.
and look back, 678.

thousand years of, 633.
for a reply, I, 113.

to be found in the world, 518.
I stand in, 139.

to gain our peace have sent to, 121.
must give us, 135.

unjust, before a just war, 361.
nature made a, 306.

uproar the universal, 124.
Pavement, riches of heaven's, 225.

was slain, thrice my, 306.
stars, dust is gold and, 236.

weak piping time of, 86.
Pawing to get free, lion, 236.

when there is no peace, 835.
Pay, a double debt to, 397.

your valor won, enjoyed the, 465.
him in his own coin, 293.

Peaceably if we can, 516.
if I can't, why I can owe, 9.

with all men, live, 844.
more due than more than all can, Peaceful evening, welcome, 420.
117.

hours I once enjoyed, 122.
Pays all debts, he that dies, 43.

Peacemaker, If is the only, 72.
base is the slave that, 91.

Peak and pine, dwindle, 116.
us but with age and dust, 20.

in Darien, upon a, 576.
Paying through the nose, 858.

to peak, far along from, 544.
Peace, a charge in, 273.

Peaks wrapped in clouds, 513.
above all earthly dignities, 99. Pealing anthem, 384.
all her paths are, 825.

Pearl and gold, barbaric, 226.
anchor of our, 435.

chain of all virtues, 182.
and competence, hea'th, 319.

double row of orient, 685.

Pearl for carnal swine, too rich a, 213. Pen was shaped, 484.
heaps of, 96.

worse than the sword, 189.
if all their sand were, 44.

Pens a stanza, who, 326.
in a woman's eye, 35.

quirks of blazoning, 151.
in your foul oyster, 72.

Penalties of idleness, 332.
many a fair, laid up, 182.

Penance, call us to, 226.
no radiant, 424.

Pence, take care of the, 352.
of great price, 839.

Pendent bed and procreant cradle, 117.
quarelets of, 201.

rock a towered citadel, 158.
sowed the earth with orient, 234.

world, 48, 230.
threw a, away,
156.

Pendulum betwixt a smile and tear, 516.
Pearls at random strung, orient, 437. Penelophon O king quoth she, 405.
before swine, 838.

Penetrable stuff, made of, 110.
did grow, asked how, 201.

Penned it down; so I, 265.
of thought, 661.

Penniless lass, a, 458.
puddly thoughts to orient, 783. Penning bows, 't is, 387.
row of orient, 685.

Penny for your thoughts, 16, 292.
that were his eyes, 42.

in the urn of poverty, 588.
who would search for, 275.

of observation, by my, 55.
Pears from an elm, 791.

saved is a penny got, 363,
go to a pear-tree for, 712.

saved is twopence dear, 363.
Peasant, some belated, 225.

seven halfpenny loaves for a, 94.
toe of the, 113.

wise pound foolish, 186.
Peasantry, country's pride: 396.

Pension list is the roll of honour, 669.
Pease, like as one, is to another, 32, 773. or lose his, 29.
Pebbles, children gathering, 241.

Pensioner on the bounties of an hour, 306.
Pebbly spring, stream or, 504.

to be a miser's, 475.
Peck at, for daws to, 119.

Pensive beauty, like, 513.
of salt, 785.

discontent, waste nights in, 29.
of troubles, 791.

poets painful vigils keep, 331.
Peculiar graces, shot forth, 235.

through a happy place, 482.
grand gloomy and, 677.

Pent, here in the body, 497.
Pedants much affect, learned, 210.

long in populous city, 239.
Pedestaled in triumph, 651.

Pentameter, in the, 501.
Pedigree, lass wi’ a lang, 458.

Penthouse lid, hang upon his, 116.
Peep and botanize upon his mother's Pent-up Utica, 439.
grave, 471.

Penury and imprisonment, 49.
into glory, 264.

repressed their noble rage, 384.
of day, 202.

People, all sorts of, 118.
to what it would, 142.

all with one accord, 400.
wizards that, 833.

are good, the, 673.
Peer, King Stephet was a worthy, 152,406. arose as one man, 814.
rhyming, a, 326.

at leaving unpleasant, 556.
Peers, my, the heroes of old, 650.

by the people for the, 622.
Pegasus, turn and wind a fiery, 86.

fond of ill-luck, 697.
Pelf, I crave no, 109.

government from and for the, C08.
Pelion, from Ossa hurled, 707.

government of all the, 639.
nods with all his wood, 314.

government of the, 622.
on the top of Ossa, 772.

in the gristle, 408.
Ossa on, 803.

indictment against a whole, 408.
Pellucid streams, 482.

inurned, weep a, 592.
Pelops' line, Thebes or, 250.

judge men by success, 795.
Pelting of this pitiless storm, 147.

last, I should choose, 440.
Pembroke's mother Sidney's sister, 179 made for the, by the, 532.
Pen and ink, never saw, 77.

never give up their liberties, 411.
becomes a torpedo, 369.

of the skies common, 174.
devise wit write, 55.

perish where there is no vision, 829.
famous by my, 257.

pleurisy of, 199.
glorious by my, 257.

that make

puns,

637.
in hand, foolish without, 374.

the sunbeams, motes that, 249.
is the tongue of the mind, 789.

they that marry ancient, 222.
mightier than the sword, 606.

thy people shall be my, 814.
nose sharp as a, 91.

who would have been poets, 505.
of a ready writer, 820.

whose annals are blank, 579.
of iron, written with a, 835.

People's government, 532.
poet's, turns them to shapes, 59. parent he protected all, 543.
product of a scotfer's, 479.

prayer, 268.
such virtue has my, 162.

right maintain, 675.

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