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Mischievous-as his kind grow* 44 light crimson mist went up..1410 men the models............. 186. Misdeed-more unfortunate m...k1 eye shall pierce the mists...m 425 little m. the master wrought.k 381 Miser-of miser's treasures.....w 16 Mistake-never making a m...,m 94 Moderate-to m, their haste....Y 26T

'tis strange the miser should.b 17 you lie-under a mistake*...9 105 be moderate, be moderate*..0 268 decrepit miser; base*....... c 17 at the cost of mistakes......n 107 | how can I moderate it*......6 268 m. filling his most hoarded.n 216 m's remember'd are not.....c165 Moderation-m. is the silken...a 268 'twixt a m. and his wealth..v 496 the bottom of all great m's..v 346 I tell you me of moderation*.b 268 in which the m. becomes...k 311 m's themselves are often....b 304 winds that never m.........1 466 miser who always wants... f 424 Mistletoe-the m. hung in the..d 67 Modern-m. ladies call polite... y 414 Miserable-fool who is not m..v 163 moss and baleful mistletoe..d 433 Modest-m as morning when*..t35.

O yet more miserable........6 267 Mistress-m, of the shade........129 m, looks the cottage might.. i 150 m. have no other medicine*.u 201 the moon, their mistress.... f 78 m., crimson-tipp'd flower... k 139 what's more m. than*.......r 187 are mistress o' the feast.....4 35 it was a modest flower......k 160

to be weak is miserable.....c 462 lily, that once was mistress* n 145 m. stillness and humility*..c 331 Miserere-miserere Domine....q313 thou my mistress shalt be... i 153 modest, lowly violet.........8 159 Misery-covets less than m.*....d 89 mistress of the night....... f 158 loving, modest pair.........p 239

kills himself to 'void misery.n 73 from a mistress than a weed.d 321 modest men are dumb.......t 263 m. makcs sport to mock*....f 267 court a mistress, she denies. i 479 Modesty-your point with m...m 68 thus misery doth part*......h 267 | m. dear his hopes convey....e 450 in pure and vestal m.*......6 222 to misery (all he had) a tear.. i 413 Mistrusted-vicious to have m.* c 125 with modesty again*........ i 203 body round engirt with m.*.r 187 Mistrustful-to rest m.*........w 73 follow your natural modesty.h 454 sharp misery had*...........9 310 Misty-old autumn in the m...0 375 modesty is to merit.........d 268 what splendid misery .......g 463 the misty mountain tops*... 277 modesty is that feeling...... 268 shame and m. not to learn ..a 444 Misuse-who first misuse......W 231 thy modesty's a candle....... 208 world is full of guilt andm..c 432 Mix-can truly m, with neither.e 257 that m. may more betray*...k 268 how deep my misery is......k315 Mixture-can any mortal m...j 282 o'er the bounds of modesty*.m 268 half our m. from our foibles.d 380 m's of more happy days o 190 downcast m. conceal'd...... 268 the worst of misery ......... 266 Moan-rocks moan wildly as it. 90 he who obeys with m.......g 292 many real miseries in life...g 266 look into your moan*.......y 247 Moiety-robb'st me of a m.*...n 187 the child of misery ..........a 267 why does the sea moan......9323 Moist-hardly m's the field....w 351 Bharp m. had worn him*....d 267 moan, a sigh..............0278 Moistened-and clamour m.*... 416 80 perfect is their misery....i 214 send a hollow moan.........9 404 Moisture-m. from your golden.a 147 it is to bear the miseries.... j 367 the sweet moan of pity.....k 301 let all their moisture flow ...j352

il misery $215 | wind here sighs and moans. j 440 | Mole-hill-m-h, large and round.n 33 misery acquaints a man.....e 267 | Moaned-moaned sad

Moly-and sweet is moly......d 131 joy when m. is at hand... u 1861 I love that moaning music..) 466 Moment-0 m. sped too soon...p 78 Misfortune-misfortune to die...l 80 | good-bye to the bar and its m.d 483 pay no moment, but in..... W 487

source of every misfortune... 122 Mob-mob of peasants, nobles.q 181 sad moments of her pain....g 422 swift of foot misfortune is..k 267 worst of realities-mob rule.c 183 leave the dead moments to..a 425 m's are more supportable...m 267 the mob of gentlemen....... 306 a m. from tears to laughter..I 103 with mo in sour m's book*..t 267 Mobility-is called mobility.... $ 451 there are moments in life... i 122 bear another's m. perfectly..p 267 Moccasin-the Indian's m.....m 147 vision of a moment made...r 255

m. had conquered her.......267 | Mock-my achievements m. me*.g 3 there are m's when silence. J 383 Mishap-dreaming of any m...u 152

do not mock me*..............17 improve each moment......9 278 comcs oft no small mishap.. 362

did mock sad fools*..........0 97 moments or our years.......1 236 mischiefs and mishaps...... 311 | mock the cry that she........ 29 a prince, the moment he....p 368. Mislead-than m. our sense....g 300 mock him outright, by day..c 29 no means, no m. unemploy'd.c 181 Misled-most have been m.....n 101

by the mock crown torn .....c 31 happiest m. of my life......k 320 misled and lonely traveller..9 288

mock the hyacinthine bell..b 110 moments make the year.....0 442 Mislike-if thou mislike him...k 317

mock the time with fairest*. z 204 make an eternity of m's..... 320 Misnamed-the things m.......g 389

mock my hopes no more...j 221 when, moment on moment..326 Misquote-of learning to m.....075

doth m. the meat it feeds on*.0 215 always some good moments.c 449 Miss-'tis a pain that pain to m.a 241 and mock you with me*.....y 247 the golden moments fly...... 324

may miss our name*........N 387 sport to mock itself"........ 267 flowering m's of the mind..k 400 Missed-not m. by any that....6357 nor will we mock thee......b 270 Monarch-fur that warms a m..u 12 Mission-life is a mission.....n 233 m's the tear it forced to flow.t 449 m's are too poor to buy.....g 260 mission constitutes a pledge.u 98 Mocked-m. with a crown of*. . f 31 Mont Blanc is the monarch.o 279

the few who have a mission.o 309 mocked thee for too much*...u 77 bright day, like a tired m...k 411 Mist-the rain to m. and cloud..t 45 who'd be so m. with glory*. .g 179 within a monarch's heart..c 211

each other in the mist.......957 as if he mock'd himself*....9393 the monarch of the brook...d 121 mists enfolded me with soft..0 89

Mockery-what m. will it be*. .c 259 m's seldom sigh in vain..... 367 mist and a weeping rain ....e 118 from hence the m, of life...d 259 gallant monarch is in arms..e 368 as the mist resembles rain...1 369 mail in monumental m.*....6 332 gates of m's are arched......$ 368 through such a m. dost show.h321 | Mocking-m, winds are piping.c 477 the monarch of a shed ......w 197 mist is dispellid when a.... j 474 a pretty m. of the life...... i 497 m. of the universal earth*... 199 blinding mist came down...k 422 smile, mocking the sigh*....e 393 living, m. of the wood......l 438. through earth's dull mist....a336 | Mocking-bird-m-b., wildest....g 27 Eastern m's show their.....f 322 rose in a m, when his race, .q 411 | Mode-for modes of faith let....d338 within a monarch's heart*..p 324 no mist obscures............c 290 Model-models to be wrought...i 13 monarch of all I survey.....w 394 dim with the mixt of ycars..i 342) draw anew the model*. ... ...d 44 it becomes the throned m.» 263

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Monarchy-trappings of a m...6 367 put thy harsher m. aside...m 398 five m's were seen to-aight* ; 297 Monday-a Saturday and M....6 369 | Moody-music, moody food*...) 283 virtue under the moon*...n 310 Money-curse that m. may buy*.c 88 Moon-on the horns o' the m.*..g 14 man in the moon........... 464

get money, money still......u 95 thou wistful moon, make....128 stars burn, the m's increase.c3072 m. will buy money's worth.u 114 the moon glimmers down ... u 33 the moon's eclipse.........1441 as an old man loves money*. 1248 moon will wax, the moon....t 45 beneath the wan cold moon.j 441 and man made money...... 348 a dog, and bay the moon*....965 Moon-bright-m-b, scenery..... 23 part with it as with money.w 487 the man i' the moon*........8 73 Moonlight-or by m. skies......j money was made not to.....0 268 the moon is hid.............957 visit it by the pale m........1366 m. not a contemptible stone.p 268 my old m's and my new m's.n 78 how sweet the moonlight..a 276 m. brings honor, friends....8 268 the moon, their mistress..... 78 sittest in the m. there....... 342 glad you have the money*... 268 night that no m. shall break.h 83 clusters of blossomed m..... 434 fill thy purse with money*. .v 268 midnight m. looks sombred..f 25 by m. at her window sung*.d 386 m. is a good soldier, sir* ....W 268 to the red rising moon.......c Moonrise-m. wakes the........ he lends out m. gratis, and*.g 192 moon no planet is of mine*. 64 Moon-struck-m-8. madness....d 360 ready m. is Aladdin's lamp. f 462 at the bidding of the moon..n 422 Moor-wails on the moor........ 33 not m., but the love of m...h 462 maids who love the moon...e 106 on these radiant moors...... 100 1f money go before*......... 462 kill the envious moon*......8103 falls on the moor............1973 80 money comes withal*.....C 463 when the moon begins her..w 105 gray slopes, and stony ni's..: 467 so much m. as 'twill bring..j 485 the slow moon climbs ...... 106 Moral-a moral, sensible and....673

they are the money of fools..e 481 them., oppress'd with love's.h 161 to point a m., or adorn a tale.d 115 Money-bag-dreams of mi-b's..k 412 the m. shines at full or no..c162 moral to the feeling heart...k 135 Monger-meter ballad-m's*.....k 17 on fishing up the moon.....r 162 m's holds w ich Milton held.r 167 Monitor-m, of fleeting years...p 156 whole twelve m's together..d 148 some moral let it teach......b294 Monk-m.,scarce known beyond.b 72 course of one revolving m...1 122 make men moral, good......5 220

the devil a monk would be...d 93 rode brightest till the moon.,411 m, when he shall encure*..aa 528

dwell in a monk.............$ 454 but one short moon to live..m 273 it mends their morals....... 303 Monotone-m. deep and clear...033 doth the moon care for......n274 m. system of the universe... 276 Monsieur-comes M. le Beau*..k 306 the moon pull'd off her veil.o 274 Moralist-rustic m, to die .....d 104 Monster-poor credulous m.*....873 I saw the man in the moon.p 274 Morality-make m. impossible. 1465

O thou monster ignorance*... 206 the moon's fair image......9274 unawares morality expires..g $18 vice is a m. of so frightful...e 452 such a slender moon........a 275 morality is the object of..., 276 blunt m. with uncounted*... 368 magic moon is breaking....b 275 m., whea vigorously alive... 276 a monster of iniquity.... ...d 458 it is the harvest moon ......e 275 morality without religion...p 276 that monster, custom*....... 454 shines the moon ............d 275 More-angels could do no more..al the monsters of the deep....a 323 the moon was pallid ........5 275 who dares do more, is nonos.n 72 monster of ingratitudes*. ...v 426 the rising moon is hid......9 273 I still should long for more..p 8 Monstrous-0 m.! but one half g 214 the moon slow rising........ 275 God is more there than thou.d 364

is it not monstrous*........m 294 behold the wand'ring moon.k 275 more thou stir it the worse. 490 Month-this is the m., and......) 57 m., sweet regent of the sky. 275 how much m. doth beauty*.n385

month after month the....... 69 the moon presides...........1 275 more I'll adore you......... 483 a little month ..............u 476 m. was made of green cheese.o 275 Morn-to his bridal morn.......97 hail to the month...........a 274 the white moon ............p 275 and this the happy morn....j 67 except the second month...a 269 good even, fair moon ........ 275 m. not waking till she sings..p 25 the first m. in the year...... e 269 dear m., now show to me....r 275 lark, the herald of the morng* wild, stormy, month........k 269 the auld moon in her arm...8275 messenger of morn.......... 26

three crabbed months*.....6 249 | the new moon yestereen....: 275 salutation to the morn®......d 3 Monument-m. of vanished....m 37 m. is in her summer glow...1275 I heard from morn to morn..33

but monuments of death.....r 85 very error of the moon*.....6 276 the dappled morn............153 family's old monument*....i 104 the moon of Rome*..........c 276 that knows not morn.......& monument becomes a ruin..w 253 the moon, the governess*....d 276 beauteons eyelids of them.. 16 thine own fair monument..g 213 the young moon has fed.... 276 one morn a Peri at the gate.. let m's and rich fabricks....9274 O moon, thou climb'st......9276 the morn! she is the source.g271 extend our memories by m.h 274 the crimson moon..........k 276 morn on the mountain..... m's themselves memorials.. i 274 broad and golden moon.....1276 far in the east the morn..... 201 a rich monument is one.....) 274 the m, doth with delight....e 208

the grey-ey'd morn smiles*.d 278 built thyself a life-long m... 1115 O, swear not by the moon*... 208 the morn is bright and gray* .2278 patience on a monument*..k 274 great white m. soars high...d 152 morn in the white wake.... j878 shall have a living m.*......1274 the moon above the tops..... 287 rise, happy morn............k 278 m. more lasting than brass,m 274 silently, the little moon ....j 288 meek-eyed morn appears.... 28 shall live no longer in m*...e 262 m. look'd forth, as tho' in..m 288 wet with tears of the first m.& 137 monuments shall last.......6 456 the moon shines bright* ...w 289 the morn is up again........1976 he fill up one monument*.. j 174 m's unclouded grandeur....b 290 blessed m. has come again..

do m's thereof are kept........8 260 wane like the weary moon..m 238 rich untolding morn........?

her sense but as a m.*.....f 391 when the m, was setting.... 270 morn, wak'd by the circling.o 27 Monumental-as m. alabaster*... 18 pale-fac'd m. looks bloody*..m 460 sweet is the breath of morn.p2m

mail in m. mockery*........6 332 and scann'd the moon*.....v 246 m, in russet mantle clad... 371 Mood-time, in pleasant m.....u 52 nor shines the silver moon*.h 248 red morn began to blossom.a 153

in any shape, in any mood...g 80 moon's an arrant thief*.....a 419 m. leaves for the ardent noon.154 m. will give us anything*..y 165 the moon into salt tearg*...a 419 old autumn in the misty m.o 375 unused to the melting in.*.. 416! from the pale-fac'd moon"..d 200 do mislead the morn*.......24

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morn risen on mid-noon.... 229 which of ye will be mortal.... a 356 a mother's heart............d 279
m, upon the horizon's verge.d 231 feelings are to mortals given.k 122 the aged m. to her daughter.e 279
I came at morn.............k 234 and know the mortal........ i 252 | that is the mother..........g 279
imagined morns before......v 240 mortal but themselves... ....t 278 to m's what a holy charge... i 279
night that had no morn.....c 289 how little mortals know.....e 228 happy he with such a m....j 279
led by morn, with dewy feet.h 410 | amongst my brethren m.*...k 286 children of one m., even love.x 201
golden sun salutes the m.*..n 410 love guides the mortal...... 245 m. of your devotion to me..a 206
m. the marshalling in arms.e 457 movement m's feel is hope..1 200 ignorance is the mother of..8 206
on the pinions of the morn. v 420 smile away my m. to divine j 360 my m. made me a painter...9 222
morn of toil, nor night......r 311 Mortality-nor greatness in m*. .j 42 | my m. came into mine eyes*k 416
flood may pour from morn..b 352 cannot hold mortalities*.....e 85 water is the m. of the vine..p 461
fair laughs the morn........0 488 meet m. my sentence.........10 90 m. of arts and eloquence..... 494
tresses to the morn.........a 143 my frail mortality to know*.u 166 pine is the m. of legends....l 440
the roseate morn displays... 149 nothing serious in m.*......8 278 mothers from their children. 388
mischievous m., that smites.v 149 I've shook off old mortality.u 319 maids must be wives,and m'8.r 474
Morning-as clear as m. roses*..c 19 | claspest the limits of m...... 1 427 Mother-wit-or art could work.cc 306

wakes the morning* ......... 26 m's too weak to bear them.. u 216 Motion-in its very m. there....a 60
morning, when my waking..k 31 | Mortgage-m. his injustice.....s 122 end motion here*.............1 91
vault high-domed of m........e 32 Mortification-to die of m......g 451 the motion of my hand......c 317
modest as morning*..........t35 Mortise-in the m's according..a 302 breaks the spring and m....p 393
morning shows the day.......e55 Mosaic-leaves their rich m's...j 273 four in wondrous motion*...j 297
m. steals upon the night*..... 78 ye bright mosaics...........3 130 motion of a hidden fire...... 344
which the m. climbs to find...p 78 | Moses-bending like Moses'.... 134 a third interprets motions.. a 360
go forth at morning's birth..e 277 Moslem-on the M's ottoman.. 320 joint and m. of her body*...( 476
beautiful is morning........$ 277 Moss-and gathered flowers.....a 31 all his m's trace............ f 157
m., faintly touched with....u 277 the moss to form her nest.... 33 m. of sweet sound and......k 161
wake of the morning star....j 278 m's of yonder shadowy height.v 41 ever restless motion ........ 271
primrose-eyes each m. ope...i 131 rolling stone gathers no moss.p 45 so we change ; motion so...1 370
still place the m. wept....... 139 with moss and mould.......c 143 moves with peaceful motion.q 274
now the bright morning star n 271 with golden moss...........v 143 motion nor sound was there. I 377
a fine morning............... 277 m. and ivy's darker green...c 150

thought, and look, and m...c 380
see how the morning opes*..y 277

flowers amid the dripping m.t 159 his m., like an angel, singe* k 403
m. paints the orient skies....t153 bind the moss in leafy nets... 159 O heart, with kindliest m...e 176
the day has no morning.....a 376 through winter's moss...... 373 on the motions of the north m 409
morning comes and goes.....9 129 moss and baleful mistletoe*.d 433 chime of restless motion....1323
the m. pouring everywhere..k 277 drowse on the crisp, gray m.a 436 Motionless-falter through m...h 376
still the m. of the hallow'd...c 369 the moss his bed............ 395 m. the sleeping shadows....0330
before the morning break....v 240 m's creep to her dancing feet. i 127 m. for ever stands the past..v 425
sons of morning sung.......0282

Motive-ten thousand m's to... e370
m. planet gilds her horns...u 402 here are cool mosses deep...c 226 is the want of motive........1279
light of the morning gild.....$ 124 mosses grow on these rocks..$ 195 interested m's if they can...n 168
'tis almost morning.........t 248 moss o'er the gravel spread..I 437 m's of their actions are.....m 361
never morning wore.........267 | the gray in. marred his rine.h 439 motive that lieth below..... 217
and did he not, each m......6 320 Mossy-the mossy garden-ways.r 150 had he the motive and ......: 294
come in the morning....... 463 violet by its mossy stone....8 131 Motley-m's the only wear*.... 163
of morning to climb.........0 446 Sweet from the green mossy.v 461 Motley-minded-the motley.*..0 463
morning is flinging a magic.h 450 | Most-but yours gives most.....134 Motto-its motto, courage and j 269
awake! the m. shines.......g 436 Mote-gay m's that people the.p 212 the motto of all quarrels ..... 68
I awoke one m. and found...d 114 blame the mote that dims.. u 217 Mould-cast into the noble m..k 290
the morning lowers.........6 117 motes of thought............ 480 now take the mould.......... 316
every morning she displays.g147 Moth-not a moth with vain.....160 becomes a living mould....m 318
rose the morning to bring...r 276 m's that eat an honest name.t 387 be of vulgar mould.......... 300
at morning sung............1317 what gained we, little moth.c 212 who is firm in will moulds..m 465
in., what thou hast to do...f 356 moths, are ever.............e 252 to mould a mighty state's... 319
with the m. cool reflections.h 356 moths around a taper.......a 401 the cool, damp mould.......161

m. of life is like the dawn...h 486 you night m's that hover...a 441 mixture of earth mould..... 282
Morning-glory-sturdy m-g....n 147 | desire of the m. for the star. 500 upon its grassy mould......0 272

the m-g's blossoming........0 147 | the young moth flutters by. f 150 mould of man's fortune.....i 165
Morning-star-day's Narbingerkv 402 Mother-rest on their m's breast.u 59 anew her being moulds.....p 241
Morrow-part of their good m..l 491 as in my mother's lap.......W 90 will this perishing m........% 241

the morrow was a bright....m 272 poverty is the m. of crimes..u 74 Moulded-out of faults.........n 51
night for the morrow ....... 500 what the mothers are........y 64 made and moulded of*......m 286
conntry does this morrow... 429 against their mothers...... t 64 berries m. on one stem*.....c171

'tis go far fetched, this m....e 429 and no dear mother..........090 Moulder-piecemeal on the. ..... 41
Mortal-of m's happiest he.......e 66 Eve, our credulous mother.. 160 Mount-I mount to the cause...c 43

'tis not for mortals always....n 34 a man before thy mother... 252 make haste to mount.........228
thou could'st mortal be...... i 86 mother may forget the child. n 260 mount o'er the vales........ 336
mortal, to cut it off*.........w 94 mother of dews............m 278 m's no higher than a bird*. .c 266
he raised a m, to the skies...0 209 mother, O mother, my heart.a 279 amount of consecratiou...242
shufiled off this mortal coil*.9 391 the mournful mother keeps.b 279 he mount's the storm, an
are m's urg'd thro' sacred....d 343 & mother is a mother still...c 279 mighty mount Olympus....p 366

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Apollo mounts his golden...h 410 never be a m. of any soul....0 12 Munching-the grasses .........i 40 winged to mount the skies.x 443 mouse ne'er shunn'd*........613 Munich-wave M.! all thy..... 457 m. of God, whence light.....0 446 some small nimble mouse....r 36 Murder-I can smile, and mo...k 88 whether they fall or mount..t 348 not a mouse shall disturb*..; 325 murther in mine eye*..... q 110 Mountain-rise, by mountains...b9 Mouth-shall, with full in.*....g 104 one murder made a villain..f 23)

m. sheep were sweeter....... p 12 purple violets for them..... 137 mordre wol out, that seene..c 280 blue m's lift their brows.....0 22 & mouth all glowing.........C221 m. may pass unpunish'd ...d2 waves and mountains meet ..8 70 could not ope his mouth ....e 414 murder, like talent, seems..e 280 watches from his mountain..p 24 | more instrumental to the m.* g 368 m's have been perform'd*...920 mountains look on...........g 69 in their m's to steal away*.. 214 twenty mortal murders on*.g 280 set a huge mountain.*.......k 64 sendeth and giveth, both m.bb 180 murder most foul, as in* .... 0 gone on the mountain....... 83 look a gift-horse in the m...n 178 murder, though it have*....l 280 sitting on the mountain...f 106 mouths without hands.....m 311 thou shalt do no murder....11280 m.gorges, do ye teach us...j 141 his mouth full of news*.....k 306 is murder by the law........ 280) mantles in the m. dight.....e 138 cork out of thy mouth*.....U 306 to m. thousands takes...... 280 on moory mountains catch.m 129 speaks it, is the mouth of...2 443 stab and raise no cry of m... 192 queen o'er mountain........9 372 he mouths a sentence........ 324 treason, and murder, ever*. y 431 the voiceless m's...........bb 100 had but one rosy mouth..... 473 Macbeth does m, sleep*..... 391 snow is on the mountain...a 378 made mouths in a glasg*....r 477 talk of murders* ............) 459 white with snow each m's..378 poor, dumb mouths*. ... ... . t 485 Ez fer war, I call it murder.6 458 come o'er them. with light.u 371 look a gift-horse in the m...w 489 should m. sanctuarize* .....c 493 m's interposed make........9 279 Move-fall, that strive to move.h 118 who m's time, he crushes, .mu 428 monarch of mountains......0279 wheresoe'er thou move.....cc 251 Murdered-kill'd, all m.......w 367 watch-towers of the m's.....t 279 move, under the influence*..b 361 Murderer-I hate the m.*......t6? m's are the beginning.......v 279 move harmonious numbers.s 420 1 two such m's as yourself*... i 333 see the mountains kiss .....a 280 we know not that we move..1370 | Mure-hath wrought the m.*...r 42 mountains big with mines..e 226 God m'sin a mysterious way.p 170 open m's own their loves ....t33 and Cintra's m. greets....... 364 looking well can't m. her....0 249 Murmur-ag for m's, mother.....14 freedom from her mountain.g 167 move but gently on.........y 267 murmurs, as thou slowly...b 213 womb of the mountain......1461 if this letter m. him not.*...) 316 and streams, the shallow m.e3% sweeping o'er the m's....... 467 have been known to move*.aa 498 nor murmur at the load.....k 328 streams from airy m's....... f 467 hand which m's the world..w 345 the murmur that springs...y 399 the green mountains round.c 272

she moves a goddess.........e 476 a m. as of water from skies. f374 blackness in the m. glen....i 377 she moves no queen .........e 478 in hollow m's died away....k 281 one of the mountains....... 456 Moved-he has m. a little nearer.o 312 the rudest murmurg........0355 high m's are a feeling.......U 412 he m. exulting in his fires...h 403 m's near the running ......d 338 on every m. height is rest...r 361 intervals of rest m. not.....m 392 pearly shell that murmurs. 339 on mountains m's lie.......n 457 Movement-m. mortals feel is.. 1200 m's, feel their discontents.. j 367 howling from the m's.......b 404 his form and movement.....1311 Murmuring-born of m. sound .* 19 fractured mountains wild...9 404 m's of this nice machine... p 392 beside the m. Loire ........ 365 when mountains melt*.....h 467 a hundred m's made........k 25Muscle-the motion of a muscle..13 small sands the mountain ..v4 Mover-the m's of the world, so.1 391 the muscles and the bones... 297 climb to the top of the m....044 Moyest-thou thyself m. alone.n 409 Muse-M. first trod the stage...2294 gloom upon the m. lies......g 447 Moving-push on-keep m....bb 331 m's still were in their.......d 336 m's hear the pow'rful call ..v 385

on golden hinges moving....t 193 his chaste muse employed... 336 chaos-like, mountains and..r 430

spread ensigns moving...... 124 with whom my m. began....1333 Mountainous-m. error be too*..z 77 Much-much may be said on....h 14 m.im parts, in fearless youth.u 336 Mountain-top-that freeze*..... 312 too much of a good thing*....189 m., who sought me when... 337 Mountebank-unction of a m.*,8 349 does not have too much of it.v 295 m. invoked, sit down to.....p331 Mounted-beggars m., run*..... 19 pay too m. for your whistle.g 462 at last the muse rose........9361

not m. yet on his pale horse. j 82 but 'tis how much*.......... 300 where stray ye, muses ......7365

ready mounted are they*...n 460 if I could say how much*....r 383 tamp'ring with a muse....031 Mounteth-m. with occasion*...72

so many worlds, so m. to do.10 484 for a muse of fire. .......... 34 ! Mounting-m. in hot haste....6 457 too much of a good thing ...r 490 to the muses' bowers........0287 Mourn-m's less for what age....37 Muck-too discreet to run a m..b 370 by the muse he lov'd .......031)

makes countless thousands m.f 77 Mud-on Nilus mud lay me*. ...di by turns the muses sing .... 437 dies but something mourns..d 80 Muddy-m., ill-seeming, thick*7476 every muse attend her ......357 that always m's the dead... f 156 Mulberry-tree-is of trees....... i 438 room to muse in vite... ... A 300 who thinks must mourn.... 234 highest, upon the m-t....... i 438 | Music-fled is that music. ......127 m. you for him; let him be*.t 184 | Multiplied with theirs the.... 309 floods of delirious musio ...g? eternity mourns that........t 427 Multiply-their originals........1 297 thy music doth surpass. ...,25 mourn, little harebells....... 126 Multitude-admiring enter'd.. v 193 m. at his heart had called.....3

nature m's her worshipper..e 337 | the multitude is always.....w 104 full soul of all its music....,127 Mourned-love mourn'd long..d 250 to and fro, as this m.*.......p 122! music, but our passing bell ..185

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music when soft voices die..c 284 | Mutton-as flesh of m's, beefs*.y 496 in sweetness, not in music..n 161 musick! soft charm of heav'n d 284 | Mutual-but m. wants this....g 191 music, sweet music.........e 150 m. revives the recollections. f 284 Myr al-closer on the m's......t 159 like the warbling of music..k 125 will make the music mute..g 28 m. scattered stars break.....t 403 m. through woods sweetly. j 371 m. of the woodland depths..h 272 purple m'y of her race....... i 438 the still, sad m. of humanity.u 202 m. religious heat inspires...$ 280 Myrrh-the mirrhe sweete......j 433 without poetry, m. and art.. i 302 celestial m. thrilled the air..t 280 what drops the myrrh.......g 436 m. in the stirring wind...... 465 music tells no truths........u 280 Myrtle-m, which means.......p 147 I love that moaning music. j 466 waste their m. on the savage g 226 in the open air our myrtles..q 147 their music is no more......0 433 m. that brings sweet sleep..h 284 a graceful m. rear'd its head..r 147 m. dost from them receive..c 434 m. that gentlier on the spirit. i 284 m. now idly entwin'd.......8 147 woman and music should..n 492 soft is the m. that would....1 284 baskets overheaped with m..t 147 render'd you in music* ....e 325 the m. in my heart I bore ..m 284 stir, the myrtle thicket...... 373 lovely woman is like music.c 474 where music dwells......... 284 od'rous m. to the noisome...a 226 ceasing of exquisite music..a 475 listen to them. of the sea...p 402 myrtle mixed in my path....c 126 rush of blossoms and music.l 372 the setting sun, and music*.0 411 wreaths of brightest myrtle.o 129 'tis all the m. of the wind...6 281 temptation hath a music....p 418 with the m. on thy wing....c 270 music arose with its........d 281 m. from ideal thought ......p 419

than the soft myrtle*........ 319 music in the sighing........ 281 song, a m. of God's making..a 193 Myself-I will be lord over m...g 379 music in the gushing.......f 281 meaning to make such m..f 195 I to m. am dearer than a*....$ 379 there's music in all things..f 281 there is no music*..........6 246 you give away myself*......6 258 hears thy stormy music.....g 281 softest m. to attending ears*.t 246 save I myself alone..........t 261 music is well said to be.....h 281 the one has music..........a 236 but I lose myself in Him .....180 nature being everywhere m. i 281 there is m. in the beauty....h 239 were for myself*.............. 325 when m., heavenly maid...m 281 music without bars......... 1239 not if I know myself.........1 493 m. hath charmıs to soothe...n 281 shrill music reach'd them...c 264 | than when with myself...... 395 music sweeps by me as.....p 281 m. breathing from her face.. j 265 Mysterious-unknown.........j 407 does not find relief in music.q 281 music of a summer bird.....e 456 God moves in a m. way,....p 179 thunders melt in music.....8 281 music in its roar............1322 makes m. moanings.........8 466 music may be divine .......V 281 while music flows around..m 359 with deep m. accords....... j 354 m. was a thing of the soul..w 281 and natural close, like m.*...9 183 Mystery-of mysteries...........f 40 music's golden tongue......Y 281 architecture is frozen music.6 297 Lucifer, the son of mystery...8 92 spirit of music is near them.a 282 m. in itself, whose sounds..b 396 grandest of all mysteries.....z 111 music is in all growing.....c 282 consoling, m. for the joys...n 396 the whole creation is a m.....s 252 great music is the art....... 282 what laughter and what m...) 429 mystery's counterpart......a 256 oh secret m., sacred tongue.e 282 their m. seemed to start.....9385 mantled with mysteries.....n 376 m. is the universal language.f 282 comes, with m. of all sorts* .385 are full of floating m's....... 376 m. is the prophet's art...... i 282 Musical-most musical most....e 28 explains all m's except......h 363 such music as, 'tis said.....0282 m, as is Apollo's lute........1332 that mountain mystery.....u 314 and music too--dear music..$ 282 as sweet, and musical*......8 245

all the rest is mystery .......r 315 music! O how faint.........t 282 Shakespeare and the m..... .j 492 m, such as is given of God..m 358 the soul of music shed......U 282 silence more m. than any....1383 the mystery of folded sleep..d 392 music of a dream............8 282 Music-club-a m-c. and music..b 59 that great m. of time........j 423 the mighty music tide......V 282 Musician-no better a m. than*.n 28 Mystic-its m. splendor rests. .e 275 sweet music breathes.......v 282

perform their m. rounds.....3441 but the music there........W 282 Musing-there an hour alone....g 69 you may find a m. flower...d 158 by music minds an equal.... a 283 a state of musing............ i 103 of such a mystic substance.. 255 music, broken and uneven..d 283 with a serious m. I behold..9 147 mighty, m.stream has.....j 365 music resembles poetry..... 283 Musk-of the roses blown.....w 161 m. gpell, written in blood...h 488 music the fiercest grief..... 283 Must-I do but sing because I m.b 27 | Mystical-life gives me m. lore....P5 music can soften pain...... 283 thing which must bo.........v 98

N. the soul of music slumbers. h 283 we are what we must........j 118 draw her home with music*. i 283 we are now so must you be.k 232 Naiad-like lily of the vale.....f 146

ve me some music ........j 283 must we part............... y 326 Nail-pin, or fabricate a nail..... 9 let the sounds of music*.....2 283 Mustard-piece of beef and m.*n 100 nail to the mast her..........070 am advised to give her m.*.m 283 Muster-would m, mapy a score.p 89 as nail in door*..............h 85 when I hear sweet music...n 283 take a muster speedily*......j 12

coffin adds a nail no doubt...b 43 if music be the food of love*.0 283 Mutation-m's make us hate*..t 484 nail by strength drives out*.0 208 most excellent music*....... 283 Mute-m., spoke loud the doer..y 88 Naked-all from heav'n stark-n.c 339 let music sound while he*

mute the choral antiphon...n 375 n. earth crouched shuddering 1377 will whisper music*. ....... 283 sweetest sounds, yet mute..a 124 but n., though lock'd up*...v 219 music crept by me upon*...$ 2831 m., and will not speak a*...m 477 | behind his scald 's naked...0 427

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