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Fingers, four, from death, 758.

decay's effacing, 548.
rude, with forced, 246.
weary and worn, with, 585.
were made before forks, 293.

within two, of death, 758.
Finger's breadth of being mad, 763.
Fingers' ends, at my, 12, 74.
Finished by such as she, 78.

my course, I have, 818.
Fire answers fire, 92.

bastion fringed with, 631.
books that you may carry to the, 375.
burn and cauldron bubble, 123.
burned, while I was musing, 819.
burnt child dreads the, 16.
clean hearth a clear, 508.
clothes and meat, 322.
coals of, on his head, 828, 844.
cold performs the etfect of, 228.
day fills his blue urn with, 600.
doubt thou the stars are, 133.
fantasy's hot, 488.
fat is in the, 9.
fretted with golden, 134.
fringed with, 031.
from beds of raging, 228.
from the mind, years steal, 542.
from the sun, moon spatches her, 109.
írying-pan into the, 18, 783.
glass of liquid, 457.
glow like sparks of, 202.
hasty as, 80.
in antique Roman urne, 213.
in each eye, 326.
in his bosom, 8:25.
in his hand, who can hold the, 81.
is not quenched, 841.
is the test of gold, 197, 714.
little, kindleth, 819.
little, quickly trodden out, 95.
melt in her own, 140.
motion of a hidden, 497.
now stir the, 420.
O for a muse of, 90.
O love 0, 623.
one, burns out another's, 104.
pillar of, by night, 813.
purge off the baser, 226.
shirt of, martyr in his, 667.
sitting by a ser-coal, 89.
snatches from the sun, 109.
souls made of, 311.
source of motion, 781.
spark of that celestial, 425.
spark of that immortal, 549.
sparkle the right Promethean, 56.
stood against my, 148.
that warms cold, 792.
three removes as bad as a, 360.
two irons in the, 196.
uneffectual, 'gins to pale his, 132.
with white, laden, 565.
without some smoke, no, 17, 33.

yreken in our ashen cold, 3.
Fires, confined to fast in, 131.

kindles false, 484.
live their wonted, 385.

Fires of passion, to light the, 617.

of ruin glow, 513.
religion veils her sacred, 332.
the tops of the eastern pines, 81.

truth lend her noblest, 510.
Fired another Troy, 272.

the Ephesian dome, 296.
Fire-hearts sowed our furrows, 620.
Fireside happiness, 155.

howsoe'er defended, no, 615.

to make a happy, 449.
Firm concord holds, 227.

thy purpose, 307.
Firmament, the sun in the, 530.

no fellow in the, 112.
now glowed the, 233.
o'erhanging, 134.
on high, the spacious, 300,
pillared is rottenness, 215.
showeth his handiwork, 819.

stars in earth's, 613.
Firmness in the right, 622.

nature shakes off her wonted, 354.
Firm-set earth, thou sure and, 119.
First and the last, 849.
be not the, by whom the new is tried,

324.
dark day of nothingness, 518.
flower of the earth, 022.
gem of the sea, 5:22.
great cause, 334.
he wrought, 2.
in a village, 727.
in banquets and in the fight, 337.
in glory first in place, 314.
in the hearts of his countrymen, 445.
in war first in peace, 415.
step which costs, 801.
true gentleman, 182.

who came away, 556.
First-born's breath, feels her, 562.
Fir-trees dark and high, 583.
Fish, all is, that cometh to net, 15.

cat would eat, 14.
in troubled waters, 283,
no, ye 're buying, 493.
nor tesh, 13.
not with this melancholy bait, 60.
sold for more than an ox, 734.
to fry, other, 772, 790.
what cat 's averse to, 381.

with the worm, man may, 141.
Fishes gnawed upon, men that, 96.

live in the sea, how do the, 161.
men live like, 264.
men were first produced in, 739.

that tipple in the deep, 259.
Fisher's chorus-note, 674.

life, gallant, 209.
Fishermen on the beach, 148.
Fishified, how art thou, 107.
Fishing, may the east wind never blow

when he goes a, 207.
Fish-like smell, very ancient and, 43.
Fist instead of a stick, 209.
Fit audience though few, 236.

for the gods, a dish, 111.
it for the sky, 672.

Fit man, most senseless and, 51.

's upon me now, the, 198.

to hold a candle, 351.
Fits, 't was sad by, 390.
Fitful fever, after life's, 121.
Fitness of things, eternal, 364.
Fitted him to a T, 375.

in arts, well, 55.
Fitting, done well and as is, 837.

season is best, 694.
Fittest place man can die, 680.

survival of the, 622, 681.
Five fathom deep, healths, 105.

fathom under the Rialto, 554.
hundred friends, 419.

reasons why men drink, 793.
Five-words-long, jewels, 630.
Fixed fate free will, 228.

figure for the time, 155.
like a plant, 317.
my heart is, 821.

star, name to every, 54.
Flag, death's pale, 109.

freedom waves the fustian, 518.
has braved a thousand years, 514.
is known in every sea, G05.
nail to the mast her holy, 635.
of England, the meteor, 515.
of our union forever, 596.
of the free heart's hope, 574.
the sceptre all who meet obey, our, 550.

to haul down the American, 678.
Flame, adding fuel to the, 242.

freedom's holy, 382.
if you nurse a, 516.
love's devoted, 523.
love's holy, 508.
nor public nor private, 332.
that lit the battle's wreck, 570.
vital spark of heavenly, 334.

words so full of subtile, 196.
Flames, throng their paly, 92.

yet from those, no light, 223.
Flaming meteor, harmless, 261.

youth, 140.
Flanders received our yoke, 220.

swore terribly in, 378.
Flash and outbreak of a fiery mind, 133.

of the lightning, 561.
Flashes of merriment, 144.

of silence, occasional, 461.
Flat and unprofitable, 128.

as pancakes, 173.
burglary as ever was committed, 53.
despair, our final hope is, 226.
sea sunk, in the, 244.

that 's, 86.
Flatter knaves, to, 290.

Neptune for his trident, 103.
Flattered, being then most, 111.

to tears this aged man, 575.

whom all the world hath, 26.
Flatterers besieged, by, 327.

he hates, 111.
Flattering painter, a, 399.

tale, hope told a, 683.

unction to your soul, 141.
Flattery, I come not to hear such, 101.

Flattery, imitation is the sincerest, 675.

is the food of fools, 290.
never lost on poet's ear, 487.
soothe the cold ear of death, 384.

to name a coward, 463.
Flaunting extravagant quean, 442.
Flax, smoking, 834.
Flaxen was his poll, 142.
Flea has smaller fleas, 290.

in his ear, 184, 771.

that 's a valiant, 91,
Fleas, great, have little, 290.

little fleas have lesser, 290.

that on him prey, 290.
Fled, I waked she, 252.

like a passing thought, 447.

murmuring, 234.
Flee when no man pursueth, 829.
Fleet, all in the Downs the, 348.

is a glance of the mind, 416.
Fleets, ten thousand, 547.
Fleetest, brightest still the, 522.
Fleeting as 't is fair, 535.

is the estate of man, 753.
show, the world is all 524.

some, good, 394.
Flesh and blood can't bear it, 351.

and blood, strong as, 477.
and blood, to ears of, 131.
and the devil, the world, 850.
collop of thy own, 14.
fair and unpolluted, 144.
going the way of all, 181.
his virgin sword, 346.
how art thou fishified, 107.
is grass, all, 834.
is heir to, the shocks that, 135.
is weak, but the, 841.
little breath little, 749.
nor good red herring, 13.
of my desh, 812.
of thy flesh, 784.
one of the, 656.
service to the, 754.
take off my, 461.
that this too solid, would melt, 127.
thorn in the, 846.
weariness of the, 832.
will not out of the, 19.

will quiver, the, 312.
Fleshed thy maiden sword, 87.
Fleshpots, when we sat by the, 813.
Flies an eagle flight, 109.

close mouth catches no, 787.
in amber, 168.
of estate and sunneshine, 204.
preyed on half-starved, 413.

the higher pitch, 93.
Flight, attained by sudden, 616.

brighten as they take their, 307.
flies an eagle, 109.
of ages, once in the, 496.
of common souls, above the, 393.
of future days, 227.
of years, unmeasured by the, 497.

selfsame, the selfsame way, 60.
Flighty purpose never is o'ertook, 123.
Fling away ambition, 100.

Fling but a stone the giant dies, 354.
Flint, everlasting, 107.

weariness can snore upon the, 160.
Flinty and steel couch of war, 151.
Flirtation, that significant word, 353.
Float double swan and shadow, 474.
Floating bulwark of our island, 392.
Flock however watched, no, 615.

tainted wether of the, 64.
Flocks, my father feeds his, 392.
Flogging in schools, 372.
Flood and field, accidents by, 150.

bridge that arched the, 599.
leap into this angry, 110.
of mortal ills prevailing, 770.
seems motionless as ice, yon,

473.
shadow lies floating on the, Gło.

taken at the, 115.
Floods, bathe in fiery, 48.

passions are likened best to, 25.
Floor, modest front of this small, 259.

nicely sanded, 397.

of heaven is thick inlaid, 65.
Florence, ungrateful, 5+5.
Flounder, squat as a, 771.
Flourish in immortal youth, 299.

princes and lords may, 396.
Flourished, whilst bloody treason, 114.
Flout the sky, banners, 115.
Flow gently sweet Afton, 449.

how well so e'er it, 327.
like thee, could I, 257.

of soul, feast of reason and, 328.
Flower, amaranthine, 482.

and bee, summer cometh with, 571.
born to blush unseen, 385.
bright consummate, 235.
bright golden, 245.
dear common, 657.
death lurks in every, 535.
every, enjoys the air, 466.
every leaf and every, 235.
every opening, 302."
first, of the earth, 522.
gives scent to every, 414.
glistering with dew, 233.
herself a fairer, 232.
it fell upon a little western, 58.
lightly like a, 631.
look like the innocent, 117.
lovely little, is free, 487.
man a, he dies, 366.
meanest, that blows, 478.
near the lark's nest, every,

486.
no daintie, or herbe, 28.
no sooner blown but blasted, 251.
no stronger than a, 162.
O fairest, 251.
of floures, 6.
of glorious beauty, 276.
of sweetest smell, 485.
of the field, as a, 823.
of wickedness, 651.
of wifly patience, 4.
offered in the bud, 301.
pleasure like the midnight, 520.
proved a beauteous, 106.
safety, pluck this, 84.

Flower that sad embroidery wears, 248.

that smiles to-day, 202.

the sculptured, 573.
Flowers, all the sweetest, 28.

and fruits of love, 555.
appear on the earth, 832.
are lovely love is flower-like, 503.
are springing, sweet, 524.
azure moss and, 565.
baptism o'er the, 202.
bitter o'er the, 510.
buy my, O buy I pray, 607.
chaliced, 159.
charities scattered like, 481.
clouds that shed May, 233.
cover with leaves and, 181.
crown old winter's head with, 259.
earth laughs in, 598.
from Dis' waggon, 77.
have their time to wither, 570.
in the mede, of all the, 6.
most can raise the, 629.
no path of, leads to glory, 797.
nosegay of culled, 779.
of all hue, 232.
of the forest, 393.
only treads on, 464.
Proserpine gathering, 232.
purple with vernal, 247.
shut of evening, 239.
80 blue and golden, 613.
some bitter o'er the, 510,
soonest awake to the, 520.
sweeter in the air, breath of, 167.
that do best perfume the air, 167.
that grows beside the way, 657.
that in the forest grew, 28.
that skirt the eternal frost, 501.
to feed on, 30.
when spring unlocks the, 535.
white and red, 6.

worthy of Paradise, 232.
Flower-de-luce, 78.
Floweret of the vale, meanest, 386.

pluck ere it close, 805.
Flowery meads in May, 199.

oratory he despised, 304.
Flowing cups pass swiftly round, 259.

cups, remembered in, 92.
fees and fat contentions, 253.
limb in pleasure drowns, 357.

with milk and honey, 813.
Flown with insolence and wine, 224.
Flows all that charms, 502.

in fit words, sense, 268.
Fluctuation, world-wide, 634.
Flung rose flung odours, 238.
Flush as May, 139.
Flushing his brow, 575.
Flutes and soft recorders, 225.

to the tune of, 157.
Fluttered your Volscians in Corioli, 103.
Fly betimes, then, 200.
busy curious thirsty, 671.
from pleasure, 1, 368.
hiss for the, 833.
in the rivers of Egypt, 833.
is hell, which way I, 231.

Fly like a youthful hart or roe, 302.

not yet 't is just the hour, 520.
O could I, I'd fly with thee, 438.
of the coach, 797.
or I can run, I can, 246.
said a spider to a, 605.
that sips treacle, 318.
those that, may fight again, 215.
those that run away and, 212.
to drown a, 306.
which way shall I, 231.

within a bead of amber, 203.
Flying all abroad, 23.

chariot, 424.

old time is still a, 202.
Foam is amber, whose, 257.

o'er the dark sea's, 653.
of perilous seas, 575.
on the river, like the, 491.

wiped away the weeds and, 598.
Foe, Byzantium's conquering, 545.

censure from a, 339.
ever sworn the, 459.
grim death my son and, 229.
heat not a furnace for

your,

98.
insolent, 150.
is now before us, 675.
let in the, 242.
manly, give me the, 464.
met my dearest, in heaven, 128.
overcome but half his, 225.
the, they come, 543.
to love, unrelenting, 358.
to make one worthy man my, 327.
to meet the insulting, 443.
to tyrants, this hand sworn, 459.
was in his soul a friend, each, 338.
where breathes the, 574.

with his feet to the, 514.
Foes, long inveterate, 269.

thrice he routed all his, 271.

to comfort friends and, 400.
Foemen worthy of their steel, 491.
Fog in my throat, to feel the, 650.

or fire by lake or fen, 244.
Foggy cloud, sits in a, 123.
Foibles, misery from our, 437.
Fold, like the wolf on the, 551.
Folded arms, lord of, 55.

tail, horror of his, 251.
Folding of the hands, 825.
Folio, whole volumes in, 55.
Folk, a world of, 6.

to gon on pilgrimages, 1.
Folks, ancestors good kind of, 440.

on shore, unhappy, 510.
Follies, count o'er their youthful, 492.

may cease with their youth, 376.
of the wise, 365.
that themselves commit, 62.

youthful, 492.
Follow as the night the day, 130.
Followed her, king himself has, 400.
Followers, more, than a thief to the gal-

lows, 213.
Following his plough, 470.
Folly, according to his, 828.

and ignorance, 102.

Folly as it flies, shoot, 315.

grow romantic, if, 321.
into sin can glide, 492.
is all they've taught me, 522.
is at full length, 312.
loves the martyrdom of fame, 552.
mirth can into, glide, 492.
no soul exempt from, 775.
of others, profit by the, 720.
shunn'st the noise of, 249.
stays and genius goes, 600.
to be wise, 382.

when lovely woman stoops to, 403.
Fond and billing, 215.

imagination, so fair to, 482.
of humble things, 671.
of toil and care, why are we, E05.
recollection, 537.

to rule alone, man too, 327.
Fondest hopes decay, seen iny, 526.
Fondness, eyes that weep in, 280.
Fontarabian echoes borne, on, 190.
Food, are of love the, 238.

crops the flowery, 315.
for powder, 87.
human nature's daily, 474.
minds not craving for, 444.
of sweet and bitter fancy, 71.
of fools, flattery's the, 290.
of love, if music be the, 74.
of sweetly uttered knowledge, 34.
one man's, is another's poison, 199.
pined and wanted, 465.
rats and mice have been Tom's, 147.
right choice, 652.

that appeases hunger, 792.
Fool, answer a, 828.

at forty is a fool indeed, 311.
cannot hold his tongue, 737.
difference between a wise person and

a, 702.
doth think he is wise, the, 71.
every inch that is not, 269.
every, will be meddling, 827.
eyes of a, 827.
hath said in his heart, 818.
hold his tongue, let a, 713.
in a mortar, bray a, 8:29.
in the forest, I met a, 67.
is counted wise when he holdeth his

peace, 827.
knows himself to be a, 71.
laughter of a, 830.
man at thirty suspects himself a, 307.
me no fools, 861.
me to the top of my bent, they, 139.
more hope of a, 828.
more knave than, 41, 787.
motley, 67.
must now and then be right, 414.
no creature smarts so little as a,

327.
of fate, 316.
of nature stood, 273.
one draught makes him a, 74.
only good for, 797.
outlives in fame the pious, 296.
resolved to live a, 196.
said my muse to me, 34.

Fool, the more, I, 67.

Foot more light, step more true, 491.
there is more hope of

828.

no rest for the sole of her, 812.
to fame, nor yet a, 327.

of a conqueror, lie at the proud, 80.
to make me merry, 71.

of time, noiseless, 74, 464.
when he holdeth his peace, 827.

one, in sea and one on shore, 51, 405.
who thinks by force or skill, 670.

one, in the grave, 198.
with judges, 415.

80 light a, 107.
Fools, a judge amongst, 331, 415.

sole of our, 173, 198.
admire, men of sense approve, 324. to the sole of his, 51.
and children cannot lie, 15.

upon a worm, needlessly sets, 422.
are my theme, 539.

Footprints on the sands of time, 612.
best, are a little wise, 177.

Footsteps he hath turned home, 488.
bolt is soon shot, 16.

in the sea, 123.
by heavenly compulsion, 146.

of a throne, 26.
call nature what I call God, 651.

willing, meeting here, 534.
chronicle small beer and suckle, 151, Footstool, the earth my, 316.
contest for forms of government, 318. Fop, the solemn, 415.
ever since the conquest, 279.

Forbearance ceases to be a virtue, 407.
flattery 's the food of, 290.

Forbid, God, 844.
for arguments use wagers, 213.

it almighty God, 430.
in all tongues are called, 71.

Forbidden tree, fruit of that, 223.
in idle wishes, 144.

Forbids to crave, my mind, 22.
like you, we thrive on, 334.

Force abated, nor his natural, 814.
little wise are the best, 177.

and road of casualty, 02.
make a mock at sin, 826.

kuowledge more than equivalent to,
men may live, 308.

368.
never-failing vice of, 323.

more by art than, 341.
of nature, 131.

of nature, 271.
old doting, 729.

of temporal power, 64.
old men know young men are, 36. shall have spent its novel, 626.
only good for, 797.

who overcomes by, 225.
paradise of, 231, 414.

Forces, opposing and enduring, 595.
print it and shame the, 326.

Forced by fate, 274.
profit less by wise men, 725.

from their homes, 395.
rush in where angels fear to tread, 325. Forcible are right words, 816.
should be so deep-contemplative, 68. Feeble, 89.
since the conquest have been, 279. Forcibly if we must, 516.
supinely stay, 444.

Fordoes me quite, makes me or, 156.
that crowd thee so, 261.

Forefathers had no other books, 94.
these mortals be, what, 58.

of the hamlet, 384.
they cannot die, 308.

think of your, 458.
thinks better of a gilded, 181. Forefinger of all time, 630.
to be wise among, 721.

of an alderman, 104.
what gift to, avails, 344.

Foregone conclusion, 155.
who came to scoff, 397.

Forehead lowers, instantly your, 377.
who roam, they are, 362.

of the morning sky, 248.
wise man avoid the fault of, 725.

of the skies, 781.
with the time, thus we play the, 89. the godlike, 486.
words are the money of, 200.

Foreheads villanous low, 43.
young men think old men, 36.

Foreign aid of ornament, 356.
Fooled with hope, 276.

hands, by, 335.
Foolery, a little, governs the world, 195. Foreknowledge absolute, 228.
that wise inen have, 66.

will and fate, 228.
walks about the orb, 76.

Forelock, from his parted, 232.
Foolish rheum, how now, 79.

time by the, 30.
thing, never says a, 279.

Foremost fighting fell, 542.
things to confound the wise, 845.

files of time, 626.
whistling of a name, 262.

man of all this world, 114.
Foolishness will not depart, 829.

Foresaw, sees what he, 476.
Foot and hand go cold, 23.

Forespent night of sorrow, 258.
before, the better, 80.

Forest by slow stream, 504.
chancellor's, 195.

flowers of the, 393.
for foot hand for hand, 813.

met a fool in the, 67.
great shoe for a little, 737.

primeval, this is the, 615.
has music in ’t, his very, 427.

Forests are rended, when, 193.
horse and, rise up when I stamp, 727. Foresters, Diana's, 82.
in the grave, one, 198, 729.

Forever and a day, 71,
is on my native heath, my, 493.

and forever farewell, 115.

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