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Explain the asking eye, 328.
Expletives their feeble aid to join, 324.
Exploits, glorious, 727.
Explore the thought, 328.
Expose thyself to feel, 147.
Exposition of sleep, I have an, 58.
Express and admirable in form, 134.

more than painting can, 301.

not so much to, as to conceal, 403.
Expressed in fancy, not, 130).

thought but ne'er so well, 323.
Expression, beyond, 178.
Expressive silence, come then, 357.
Exquisite, joys too, 496.
Exquisitely fine, how, 316.
Extant, the story is, 138.
Extend a mother's breath, 328.
Extent, my offending liath this, 149.
Extenuate, as for the brandy nothing, 597.

nothing, 156.
Exterior, fair, a recommendation, 709.
Extravagant and erring spirit, 126.
Extreme diseases, 700.

few in the, 318.
hate in the like, 345.
perplexed in the, 156.

remedies, 700.
Extremes by change more fierce, 228.

heard so oft in worst, 224.
in man and nature, 317, 322.

meet, 808.
Extremity, a daring pilot in, 267.

in man's most dark, 492.
Exultations, agonies and loves, 471.
Eye and prospect of his soul, 53.

apple of his, 814.
apple of the, 818.
bear welcome in your, 117.
behind you, an you had 76.
bend

your, on vacancy, 141.
black is a pearl in woman’s, 35.
blow the horrid deed in every, 118.
brighter when we come, 556.
could not 'scape the Alinighty's, 314.
courtier's soldier's, 136.
day's garish, 270.
defiance in their, 395.
did see that face, 23.
dissolved in dew, 427.
distinguish not by the, 715.
don't view me with a critic's, 459.
explain the asking, 328.
fades in his, 298.
fire in each, 326.
for eye tooth for tooth, 813.
foresees, whose certain, 343.
fringed curtains of thine, 43.
glad me with its soft black, 526.
great, of heaven, 27.
great task-master's, 252.
guard me with a watchful, 300.
half hidden from the, 469.
harmony in her bright, 259.
harvest of a quiet, 471.
hearing ear and seeing, 827.
heaven in her, 237.
hide her shame from every, 403.
I have a good, 50.

Eye in a fine frenzy rolling, 59.

in my mind's, 128.
lack-lustre, looking on it with, 68.
light of a dark, 544.
light of a pleasant, 655.
light of the body is the, 838.
like Mars to threaten, 140.
lion heart and eagle, 392.
locked up from mortal, 258.
looks with a threatening, 79.
looks yellow to the jaundiced, 325.
losely in her husband's, 465.
man a microscopic, 316.
muse on nature with a poet's, 513.
nature's walks, 375.
negotiate for itself, 51.
no, hath seen such scarecrows, 86.
not satisfied with seeing, 830.
of a needle, camel through the, 840.
of childhood fears a painted devil, 120.
of the day, 6, 251, 434.
of Greece, Athens the, 241.
of heaven, beauteous, 79.
of heaven visits, places that the, 80.
of nature, lived in, 468.
of newt and toe of frog, 123.
of solitude, that inward, 476.
of the intellect, 579.
of time, 315.
of vulgar light, 520.
one auspicious and dropping, 127.
open alle night with, 1.
peril in thine, 105.
postern of a small needle's, 82.
power behind the, 603.
precious seeing to the, 56.
pupil of the human, 518.
saw me it gave witness to me, 817.
sleep all night with open, 1.
smile in her, 582.
still-soliciting, 146.
sublime declared, 232.
such beauty as a woman's, 55.
sun cannot be looked at with a steady,

794.
tear in her, 489.
tear stands trembling in her, 343.
that inward, 475.
the seeing, 8:27.
to watch, no, 522.
twinkling of an, 62, 846.
unborrowed from the, 467.
unforgiving, an, 42.
unpresumptuous, 421.
upward glancing of an, 497.
was dim and cold, his, 589.
was in itself a soul, that 550.
was not dim, his, 814.
was on the censer, 636.
watch in every old man's, 106.
wave before the half-shut, 357.
welcome in your, your hand, 117.
where feeling plays, an, 486.
which hath the merriest, 93.
white wench's black, 106.
who sees with equal, 315.
will mark our coming, 556.
with a watchful, 300.

any,

Eye, with his glittering, 498.

Eyes, severe, 69.
with threatening, 79.

shall cry my, out, 787.
Eyes and eares and every thought, 23. she gave me ears she gave me, 469.

are din with childish tears, my, 471. show his, and grieve his heart, 123.
are homes of eilent prayer, 032.

shut, he could go there with his, 761.
are in his mind, his, 503.

sights of death within mine, 96.
as stars of twilight fair, 474.

sought the west afar, 487.
bend on me thy tender, 607.

soul sitting in thine, 249.
black, and lemonade, 519.

soul within her, 554.
book in many's, 101.

star-like, 200.
close up his, 9.

stood with stupid, 273.
closed his, in endless night, 382.

streaming, and breaking hearts, 625.
cobwebs out of my, 79.

sublime with tears, 020.
cynosure of neighbouring, 248.

such beaming, 520.
dear as these, 280.

sweeter than the lids of Juno's, 77.
did once inhabit, holes where, 96.

sweetest, were ever seen, 021.
displayed the joy of youth, 444.

tears gather to the, 630.
drink to me only with thine, 179.

that shone now dimmed, 523.
eloquence of, 339.

that would not look on me, 442.
fear of God before their, 844.

the break of day, 49.
giits that took all, 600.

the glow-worm lend thee, 202.
glow like the sparks of fire, 202.

they strike mine, 178.
good for sore, 292.

thy dying, were closed, 335.
gospel-light from Bullen's, 387.

to the blind feet to the lame, 817.
hands were never made to tear each unto dying, 630.
other's, 302.

wanton, 833.
happiness through another man's, 71. were closed, thy dying, 335.
hath not a Jew, 63.

were made for seeing,

599.
hell to choose love by another's, 57. where'er I turn my ravished, 299.
I will not give sleep to mine, 824.

which fail with wakefulness, 590.
in scorn of, 96.

whose subdued, 157.
innocence closing up his, 40.

will not give sleep to mine, 824.
kindling her undazzled, 255.

wipe my weeping, 303.
ladies whose bright, 249.

wiped our, 69.
light that lies in woman's, 522.

with his half-shut, 326.
light that visits these sad, 383.

women's, from, 56.
like stars start from their spheres, Eyeballs roll, lips tremble and, 333.
131.

Eyebrow, ballad to his mistress', 69.
look your last, 109.

Eyelids heavy and red, 585.
looked love to eyes, 542.

of the morn, opening, 247.
love darting, 246.

slumber to mine, 824.
love looks not with the, 57.

weigh down my, 89.
make pictures when shut, 502.

Eyesight, treasure of his, 104.
man may see with no, 148.

Eyne, Bacchus with pirik, 158.
man with large gray, 472.
Marlboroughi's, 365.

Fable, in a Libyan, 696.
may weep, those watchful, 511.

read my little, 029.
meet far off, when, 271.

Fables and legends of the Talmud, 166.
night has a thousand, 669.

Fabric, huge, rose like an exhalation,
no speculation in those, 122.

2:25.
not a friend to close his, 271.

of the sky, 342.
not yet created, 102.

of this vision, baseless, 43.
of a fool, 827.

rose silently as a dream, 421.
of gallery critics, 419.

the mystic, sprung, 535.
of my cash-box, 798.

Face, apparitions start into her, 52.
of sentiment, pluck the, 635.

Aurora shows her brightening, 357.
of unholy blue, 521.

bury me on my, 763.
offensive to my, 296.

call it fair not pale, 500.
ope their golden, 159.

can't I commend another's, 377.
pearls that were his, 42.

climber-upward turns his, 111.
play the woman with mine, 124.

continuall comfort in a, 23.
pleasant sights salute the, 655.

disasters in his morning, 397.
poorly satisfy our, 174.

divine, human, 230.
quaint enamelled, 247.

excuse in her, 239.
rain influence, 249.

familiar with her, 317.
read their history in a nation's, 385. features of my father's, 552.
reflecting gems, 96.

finer form or lovelier, 490.
sans, sans teeth, 09.

garden in her, there is a, 685.

Face, give me a look give me a, 178.

God has given you one, 136.
hides a shining, 423.
in his morning, 397.
in many a solitary place, 468.
in the moon, 766.
in the sweat of thy, 812.
is as a book, 117.
labour bears a lovely, 182.
like a benediction, 785.
like a blessing, 785.
like the milky way, 256.
look on her, and you 'll forget, 325.
magic of a, 2010.
man had fixed his, as if the, 468.
mind's construction in the, 117.
music breathing from her, 550.
music of her, 259.
never eie did see that, 23.
no odious furrows in my, 445.
nose on a man's face, 44, 192, 772,

785.
nose upon his, 415,
ocean on whose awful, 610.
o'er which a thousand shadows go,

486.
of heaven so fine, 107.
of joy we wear a, 471.
one beloved, on earth, 552.
pardoned all except her, 559.
princely counsel in his, 227.
saw the manners in the, 367.
shining morning, 69.
shyned bright, her angels, 27.
some awful moment, 476.
spit in my, 81.
stirred with her dream, 558
ten commandments in your, 93.
that launched a thousand ships, 41.
that makes simplicity a grace, 178.
to feel the mist in my, 050.
transmitter of a foolish, 354.
truth has such a, 269.
umbered, see the other's, 92
visit her, too roughly, 128.

wave with dimpled, 681.
Faces, dusk, with turbans, 240.

none alike, 218.
of the poor, grind the, 833.
sea of upturned, 193, 531.

the old familiar, 509.
Facility of the octosyllabic verse, 550.
Facing fearful odds, 593.
Facts and the laws, 671.

angularity of, 601.
are stubborn things, 392, 800,
for poor men's, 36.

imagination for his, 443.
Faculties, benumbs all his, 369

hath borne his, 118.

to bear every event, 742.
Faculty divine, visions and, 479.
every, contemplates certain things,

71.
infinite in, 134.

that forms thy judgment, 750.
Fade, all that's bright must, 522,

as a leaf, we all do, 835.

Fade, dazzle as they, 492.

may flourish or may, 396.
nothing of him that doth, 42.

thy eternal summer shall not, 161.
Faded like the morning dew, 513.

on the crowing of the cock, 127.
Fades a summer cloud, so, 434.

in his eye, 298.
Fading are the joys we dote upon, 281.

honours of the dead, 487.
in music, a swan-like end, 63.

never, serenity of countenance, 299.
Faery elves whose midnight revels, 225.

lands forlorn, 575.

Queen, read the, 663.
Fagots and fagots, there are,

797.
Fail, if this, 245.

if we should, 118.
no such word as, 606
nor fall, never to, 745.
not ashamed to, 366.
not for sorrow, 641.
they never, who die in a great cause,

505).
we will not, 118.
Fails, oft expectation, 73.
Failed the bright promise, 535.
Failing, every, but their own, 548.
Failings leaned to virtue's side, 396.
Fain die a dry death, 42.

would I but I dare not, 25.

would I climb yet fear I to fall, 26.
Faint and fear to live alone, 569.

heart ne'er won fair lady, 789.
in the day of adversity, 828.
so spiritless so, 88.

why should we, 569.
Fair, all that is, by nature good, 29.

and crystal river, 180.
and ever young, ever, 271.
and good as she, 179.
and never proud, 151.
and softly goes far, 785.
and unpolluted tlesh, 114
as a star, 169.
brave deserves the, 271.
chaste and unexpressive she, 70.
datfadills we weep to see, 202.
day after the, 12.
die because a woman's, 199.
divided excellence, 78.
eunuchs guardians of the, 310.
fat and forty, 495.
for all that is, 29.
found out a gift for my, 380.
good as she was, 455.
good-night, to each a, 490.
Greece sad relic, 541.
hand that hath made you, 49.
humanities of old religion, 504.
if ladies be but young and, 68.
in death, speak me, 65.
is foul foul is fair, 115.
is she not passing, 44.
laughs the morn, 383.
lov'd the brightest, 377.
maidens are commonly fortunate, 33.
matchless Ganymed divinely, 310.

Fair Melrose, would'st view, 487.

not pale, call it, 500.
or good alone, nothing is, 598.
round belly with capon lined, 69.
science frowned not, 386.
she spake full, 1.
she was not exceeding, 35.
so deadly, 548.
spirit rest thee now, 570.
spoken and persuading, 101.
supreme ambition to be, 377.
sweet and, she seems to be, 220.
the rose looks, 162.
to fair he flew, from, 489.
too, to worship, 564.
tresses inspare, 326.
undress best dress, 357.
weather it will be, 810.
weather out of the north, 817.
what care I how, she be, 26, 199,
women and brave men, 542.
words never hurt the tongue, 38.
words, to give, 12.
young and so, 586.

Zurich's waters, 677.
Fairer, she never studied to be, 35.

spirit conveyed, 313.
than the day, be she, 199.

than the evening air, 41.
Fairest of fair Zurich's daughters, 677.

of her daughters Eve, 232.

of stars, 235.
Fairies' coachmakers, 104.

midwife, 104,
Fairy elves, 225.

fiction drest, by, 383.
hands their knell is rung, 389.
of the mine, swart, 245.
takes nor witch hath power, 127.

tales did tell, 583.
Fairy-like music, what, 677.
Faith a passionate intuition), 481.

amaranthine flower of, 482.
and hope, animated by, 369.
and hope, world will disagree in, 318.
and morals Milton held, 472.
belief ripened into, 481.
bible is a book of, 530.
fanatic, 525.
has centre everywhere, 632.
he hath denied the, 847.
herself is half confounded, 673.
I have kept the, 818.
in honest doubt, 633.
in some nice tenets, 260.
in womankind, 630.
inflexible in, 128.
is kneeling by his bed, 40.
is the substance of things hoped for,

818.
man should render reason for his, 460.
mirror of constant, 312.
modes of, for, 318.
now abideth, 815.
of many inade for one, 318.
of reason, no longer in the, 504.
perhaps wrong, 260,
plain and simple, 114.

Faith, pure-eyed, 243.

simple, more than Norman blood, 624.
that right makes might, 622.
that wears well, 663.
triumphant over fears, 615.
unfaithful kept him, 629.
we walk by, not by sight, 846.

who breaks his, 784.
Faith's defender, the, 351.

pure shrine, 569.
Faithful below he did his duty, 436.

dog bear him company, 315.
found arnong the faithless, 235.
in action in honour clear, 323.
loves shall moralize my soug, 27.
only he, 235.
the wounds of a friend, 829.

unto death, be thou, 849.
Faithfull frends, fallyng out of, 21.
Faithless, among the, faithful, 235.
Falcon towering in her pride, 120.
Falcons, hopes like towering, 287.
Fall, brook with many a, 455.

by dividing we, 426.
caused man to, 165.
caused the angels to, 165.
divided we, 595.
fain would I climb yet fear to, 26.
haughty spirit before a, 826.
he that is down needs fear no, 266.
it had a dying, 74.
never to fail or, 745.
no lower, he that's down can, 212.
of a sparrow, 115.
out and chide and fight, 302.
pride will have a, 13.
soine, some grow, 338.
take heed lest he, 845.
though free to, 230.
to us is adverse, descent and, 226.

what a, was there, 114.
Falls as I do, 99.

as the leaves do, 184.
early or too late, 183.
like Lucifer, 99.
shallow rivers to whose, 41.

with the leaf, 184.
Fallen, arise or be forever, 224.

Babylon is, 833.
from grace, 846.
from his high estate, 271.
how are the mighty, 815.
into the sere the yellow leaf, 124.
Lucifer how art thou, 833.

on evil days, though, 236.
Fallest a blessed martyr, 100.
Falling at intervals upon the ear, 422.

fear's as bad as, 160.
in melody back, 504.
man, cruelty to load a, 101.
man, press not a, 99,
of a tear, the, 497.
with a falling state, 336.

world, secure amidst a, 300.
Fallings from us vanishings, 478.
Falling-off was there, what a, 132.
Fallyng out of faithfull frends, 21.
False and fleeting as 't is fair, 535.

False and hollow, all was, 226.

as dicers' oaths, 140.
fires, kindles on the coast, 484.
framed to make women, 151.
fugitive, 229.
history must be, 304.
philosophy, 228.
science, the glare of, 428.
thou wouldst not play, 117.
to any man, canst not be, 130.

what was new was, 374.
Falsehood and truth grapple, 255.

framed, heart for, 42.
hath a goodly outside, 61.
no, can endure, 231.
strife of truth with, 657.
under saintly shew, 232.

wedded to some dear, 525.
Falsely luxurious man, 355.
Falstaff sweats to death, 84.
Falter not for sin, 011.

to, would be sin, 653.
Fame, above all Roman, 329.

blush to find it, 329.
church to God not to, 322.
damned to, 354.
damned to everlasting, 319.
death-bed of, 514.
earth sounds my, 344.
elates thee, while, 519.
family of, 501.
fool to, nor yet a, 327.
for a pot of ale, 91.
from the field of his, 563.
gives immortal, 311.
grant an honest, 333.
great heir of, 251.
hard to climb the steep of, 428.
hath created something of nothing,

222.
I slight, nor, 333.
is ephemeral, 752.
is no plant, 247.
is the spur, 247.
martyrdom of, 552.
most infamous are fond of, 413.
nor yet a fool to, 327.
nothing can cover his high, 198.
on lesser ruins built, 258.
over his living head, 565.
rich in barren, 31.
shade that follows wealth or,

402.
that comes after life, 750.
the pious fool outlives in, 296.
the rolls of, 345.
then was cheap, 275.
to patch up his, 412.
too fond of, 747.
too mighty such monopoly of, 189
unknown to, 339.
unknown to fortune and to, 386.
what is the end of, 356.

what rage for, 431.
Fame's eternal bead-roll, 28.

eternal camping ground, 681.
ladder, ascended, 655.

proud temple, 128.
Familiar as his garter, 91.

Familiar as household words, 92.

as the rose in spring, 752.
be thou, but not vulgar, 129.
beast to man and signifies love, 45.
beauty soon grows, 298.
but not coarse, 369.
ciothing the palpable and, 504.
creature, good wine is a, 152.
faces, the old, 509.
friend, mine own, 851.
with her face, 317.

with his hoary locks, 588.
Familiarity breeds contempt, 712.

contempt upon, 45.
Familiarly talks of roaring lions, 78.
Families, but two, in the world, 789.

most ancient, 190.
of fame, all the, 501.

of yesterday, 286.
Family, children of one, 302.

father of a, 748.
Famine, his, should be filled, 229.

is in thy cheeks, 108.
philanthropists in time of, 597.

they that die by, 283.
Famous by my pen, 257.

by my sword, 257.
found myself, 560.
founders of civilization, 531.
orators repair, thence to the, 241.
to all ages, 254.

victory, it was a, 507.
Famoused for fight, 161.
Fan me while I sleep, 418.

brain him with his lady's, 84.
Fanatic faith wedded fast, 525.
Fancies do we affect, sad, 483.

men's more giddy, 75.

thick-coming, 125.
Faney bred, where is, 63.

bright-eyed, 382.
by hopeless, feigned, 630.
chuckle, makes one's, 206.
draws, gives a glimpse and, 378.
fed, hope is theirs by, 381.
food of sweet and bitter, 71.
free, maiden meditation, 58.
his imperial, 457.
home-bound, 594.
like the finger of a clock, 420.
most excellent, 14.
motives of more, 74.
not expressed in, 130.
painted her, all my, 682.
reason virtue, 357.
whispers of, 367.
young man's, 625.

youthful poet's, 301.
Fancy's child, Shakespeare, 249.

course, impediments in, 74.
maze, wandered long in, 328.
meteor ray, misled by, 447.

rays the hills adorning, 47.
Fanny, Lord, spins, 328.
Fanny's way, pretty, 305.
Fantasies, no figures nor no, 111.

our lightest, 656.
thousand, begin to throng, 243.

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