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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.
Slurnber'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.

Smell, 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, 117.
Smells sweete al around, 28.

to heaven, 139, 362.

wooingly, heaven's breath, 117.
Sinelleth 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, 315.
no more, men, 318.
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.

Snow, rosebuds filled with, 685.
hermit sighed till woman, 513

shall be their winding sheet, 515.
when a sabbath appeared, 416.

singer with the crown of, 661.
Smiling at grief, patience on a monument, wallow naked in December, 81.
76.

whiter than the driven, 380.
damned villain, 132.

Snows, through the drifting, 568.
destructive man, 281.

Snow-broth, whose blood is, 47.
in her tears, pensive beauty, 513. Snow-fall in the river, 451.

with a never-fading serenity, 299. Snow-flakes, as still as, 538.
Smite once, stands ready to, 241.

Snow-white ram, 181.
Smith stand with his hammer, 80. Snuff, only took, 400.
Smiths never had any arms, the, 460. rather than live in, 26.
Smoke and flame, awful guide in, 493. Snuff-box, amber, 326.
and stir of this dim spot, 213.

Snuffed out by an article, 560.
no fire without some, 17, 33.

Snug as a bug in a rug, 361.
that so gracefully curled, 518.

little island, 675.
Smokes, the man who, 607.

So dies a wave along the shore, 434.
Smoking flax, 831.

if it please you, if not why s), 4.
Smooth as monumental alabaster, 156. is good very good, 71.
at a distance rough at hand, 181.

it is but so, 71.
course of true love never did run, 57. much to do, 633.
runs the water, 93.

soon that I am done for, 689.
stream in smoother numbers, 324. sweetly she bade me adieu, 380.
the bed of death, 328.

wise so young never live long, 97.
the ice, 79.

So and so and my opinion is, 761.
Waller was, 329.

Soaks up the rain, the thirsty earth, 260.
Smoother than butter, 821.

Soap, invisible, 584.
Smoothing the raven-down, 244.

Soar, alike unfit to sink or, 554.
Smooth-lipped shell, 480.

but never roam, 485.
Smoothly done, my task is, 246.

through rolling clouds to, 539.
Smoothness, temperance that may give, Sober as a judge, 363.
137.

be vigilant, be, 849.
torrent's, ere it dash below, 516.

certainty of waking bliss, 244.
Smooth-shaven green, 250.

goes to bed, 184.
Smote him thus, 157.

in your diet, be, 350.
him under the fifth rib, 815.

livery twilight gray in her, 233.
the chord of self, 625.

second thoughts are best, 277.
them hip and thigh, 814.

will to bed

go,

184.
Snail, creeping like, 69.

Sobers us again, drinking largely, 323.
Snails, feet like, 202.

Soberness, truth and, 843.
Snake, like a wounded, 324.

Social friend I love thee well, 564.
scotched the, not killed it, 121.

smile the sympathetic tear, 387.
Snakes in Iceland, no, 373.

Society among unequals, 237.
Snapper-up of unconsidered trifles, 77. as is quiet wise and good, 567.
Snare, mockery and a, 527.

in shipwreck, 708.
Snares, life hath, 614.

is one polished horde, 560.
Snatch a fearful joy, 381.

mudsills of, 678.
a grace, 323.

my glittering bride, 480.
half our knowledge we must, 320. one, alone on earth, 476.
Sneaking off, my valonr is, 441.

ornament to, 510.
Sneer, laughing devil in his, 551.

solder of, 354.
teach the rest to, 327.

solitude sometimes is best, 239.
who can refute a, 673.

the vanilla of, 460.
with solemn, 544.

where none intrudes, 547.
yesterday's frown and, 664.

wholesome for the character, 061.
Snore upon the flint, 100.

Society's chief joys, 415.
Snout, jewel in a swine's, 826.

Sock, Jonson's learned, 249.
Snow, beard was white as, 142.

Socket, burn to the, 479.
chaste as ice as pure as, 136.

Socrates wisest of men, 241.
chaste as unsunned, 159.

Sod and the dew, under the, 668.
diadem of, 553.

as snow-flakes fall upon the, 538.
from purent, 103.

Soda-water, sermons and, 557.
hide those hills of, 49, 184.

Sofa, wheel round the, 420.
in a dazzling drift, 648.

Soft answer turneth away wrath, 826.
in May's new-fangled mirth, 54.

as her clime, 554.
mockery king of, 82.

as silk remains, 313.
not hail or rain or any, 629.

as young and gay as soft, 308.
peaks wrapt in clouds and, 543.

bastard Latin, 554.

Soft eyes looked love, 542.

Solemn sanctimonious face, no, 586.
her voice was ever, 149.

sneer, with, 544.
impeachment, own the, 441.

temples, 43.
is the music that would charm, 485. way, in such a, 635.
is the strain when zephyr blows, 324. Solid flesh would melt, too, 127.
moves the dipping oar, 674.

happiness we prize, 362.
muse, nature's, 89.

men of Boston, 432.
silken primrose, 251.

pudding against empty praise, 330.
stillness and the night, 65.

Solitary, life of man is, 200.
the music of those village bells, 422. monk who shook the world, 610.
the zephyr blows, 383.

place, in many a, 468.
were those lips that bled, 38.

shriek, a, 557.
Softening into shade, 357.

woes, rare are, 308.
Softheartedness in times like these, 660. Solitude, bird in the, 552.
Softly bodied forth, 516.

he makes a, and calls it peace, 550.
sweet in Lydian measures, 272.

how passing sweet is, 416.
Softness in the upper story, 660.

I love tranquil, 567.
madrigals that whisper, 254.

Islington will grow a, 261.
she and sweet attractive grace, for, least alone in, 544.
232.

midst of a vast, 591.
Soil good to be born on, a, 663.

needful to the imagination, 661.
grows on mortal, 247.

of his own originality, 677.
nor yet within the common, 569.

shrinks from the dismaying, 592.
thus leave thee native, 239.

sometimes is best society, 239.
to paint the laughing, 535.

sweet retired, 244.
where first they trod, 570.

that inward eye which is the bliss of,
Soils, rich, to be weeded, 168.

475.
Soiled by any outward touch, 253.

where are the charms, 416.
with all ignoble use, 633.

which they call peace, 747.
Solar system, hub of the, 638.

Solitudinem faciunt, 550.
walk or milky way, 315.

Some are born great, 76.
Sold him a bargain, 55.

asked how pearls did grow, 201.
Solder of society, 354.

asked where rubies grew, 201.
Soldier among sovereigns, 495.

books to be tasted, 168.
an elder not a better, 114.

Cupid kills with arrows, 51.
and afеard, 124.

days must be dark, 613.
armed with resolution, 295.

love to roam, 653.
be abroad, let the, 527.

must be great, 421.
blasphemy in the, 48.

must watch some must sleep, 138.
first who was king a fortunate, 801. natural tears they dropped, 240.
flat blasphemy in the, 48.

of us will smart for it, 5t.
full of strange oaths, 69.

rain must fall, 613.
I ask the brave, 5:20.

rise by sin, 47.
mourned her, slain, 427.

said John print it, 265.
relish him more in the, 151.

to church repair, 324.
successful, 494.

undone widow, 194.
the sex is ever kind to a, 345.

we've left behind us, 522.
thou more than, 518.

write their wrongs in marble, 314.
would himself have been a, 83. Somebody to hew and hack, 211.
Soldiers bore dead bodies by, 83.

Something after death, dread of, 130.
old, sweetheart are surest, 181.

ails it
now,

472.
sovereign among, 495.

better than his dog, 626.
substance of ten thousand, 97.

between a hindrance and help, 472.
Soldier's neck, driveth o'er a, 105.

dangerous, in me, 144.
pole is fallen, 159.

dear dearer than self, 541.
scholar's eye, 136.

good, the worst speak, 205.
sepulchre, shall be a, 515.

I'll lend you, 77.
virtue, ambition the, 158.

in a flying horse, there's, 468.
Sole daughter of his voice, 239.

in a huge balloon, there's, 468.
daughter of my house, 512.

is rotten in Denmark, 131.
judge of truth, 317.

nothing, 't is, 153.
of her foot, no rest, for the, 812.

of nothing, created, 222.
of his foot, 51, 173, 198.

rich and strange, 42.
sitting by the shores, 472.

the heart must have, 617.
Solemn black, suits of, 127.

to love, he lends us, 624.
creed, sapping a, 541.

too much of this, 138.
fop, the, 415.

wicked this way comes, 123.
midnight, in the, 642.

Sometimes counsel take, 326.

224.

Son, a wise, maketh a glad father, 825. Song, swear to the truth of a. 287.
and foe, grim death my, -29.

the grateful, 538.
at home, keep his only, 392.

the sirens sang, 219.
booby father craves a booby, 310.

theme of future, 31.
degenerates from the sire, 337.

to the oak, 667.
England's greatest, 628.

unlike my subject shall be my, 303.
every mother's, 57.

veiling lightnings of his, 565.
every wise man's, 75.

Wanted many an idle, 326.
God the Father God the, 303.

what they teach in, 566.
happy was it for that, 95.

Songes make and wel endite, 1.
hateth his, 826.

Songs and sonnets, book of, 45.
meant my, be good, 444.

be turned to holy psalms, 25.
of Adam and Eve, 288.

sweetest, are of saddest thought, 55
of his own works, 785.

Sonne, up rose the, 2.
of memory, dear, 251,

Sonnet, scorn not the, 485.
of mine succeeding, no, 121.

Sonnets, book of songs and, 45.
of parents passed into the skies, 123. Rafael made a century of, 645.
of the morning, 833.

Sonorous metal blowing martial sounds
swore, Diogenes struck the father
when the, 192.

Soon that I am done for, so, 689.
two-legged thing a, 267.

Sooner lost and worn, 75.
Bons, affliction's, are brothers in distress, to make an end, the, 171.
447.

Soonest mended, little said is, 00.
Arcturus with his, 818.

Soothe a heart that 's broken, 192
God's, are things, 314.

the savage breast, 294.
had I a dozen, 102.

Soothed his soul to pleasures, 272.
of Belial, flown with insolence, 224. with the sound, 271.
of Columbia, 675.

Soothing slumber, 438.
of Edward sleep in Abraham's bosom, Sophisters, age of, 410.
97.

Sophistry, destroy his fib or, 327.
of France awake to glory, 804.

Sophocles, not mad if I am, 097.
of God shouted for joy, 817.

Sophonisba, 0, 358.
of heaven, things are the, 368. Soprano basso, the Contra-alto, 554.
of night, bloom for, 520.

Sordid hopes and vain desires, 534.
of reason valour liberty, 358.

Sore labour's bath, 120.
of the morning, 535.

store is no, 11, 791.
of their great sires, 342.

Sorrow, ate his bread in, 617.
strong are her, 3H.

but more closely tied, 520.
the goodliest man since born his, 232. calls no time that 's gone, 183.
two of earth's degenerate, 341.

down thou climbing, 146.
Song, burden of his, 427.

drown all, 184.
burden of some merry, 328.

earth has no, 524.
careless, with a little nonsense, 389. fade, ere sin could blight or, 500.
charms the sense, 228.

fail not for, 641.
dear to gods and men, sacred, 347. give, words, 124.
divine, soft as some, 345.

hang, care will kill a cat, 177, 199.
for our banner, 595.

hath scaped this, 162.
for song, the Siren singing, 511.

her rent is, 204.
in thy praise, I 'll sing, 419.

I bade good morrow to, 574.
it may turn out a, 418.

in thy song, thou hast no, 438.
labour is but a sorrowful, 653.

increaseth, 830.
let satire be my, 539.

is held intrusive, 594.
low lone, 680.

is in vain, thy, 405.
many once lauded in, 754.

is unknown, where, 417.
metre of an antique, 161.

labour and, is their strength, 822
mighty orb of, 419.

learn, the heart must, 617.
moralize my, 27.

literature consoles, 590.
moralized his, 328.

long has washed thy roses, 378
needless Alexandrine ends the, 374. melt into, 549.
never yet heard in tale or, 243.

more in, than in anger, 128.
no sorrow in thy, 438.

nae, there John, 458.
of old, that glorious, 640.

never comes too late, 381.
of Percy and Douglas, 34.

night of, from a fore-spent, 258
of the siren, 38.

no, that heaven cannot heal, 3-4
one immortal, 267.

now melt into, 519.
Bea grew civil at her, 57.

of the meanest thing, 472.
still govern thou my, 236.

parting is such sweet, 106.
swallow flights of, 632.

path of, and that alone, 417.

Sorrow, 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 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, 619.
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, 316.
dinner-bell the tocain of the, 559.
discontented with capacity, 512.
eloquence charms the, 228.

Soul, every hair a, doth bind, 191.

eye and prospect of his, 53.
feast of reason and flow of, 328.
fiery, working out its way, 207.
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, 310.
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 aways 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, 650.
of music shed, 519.
of music sluinbers 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.

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