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A condition of complete simplicity costing not less than everything (T. S. Eliot)

A continuum of love (Simon Rees)

After the kingfisher's wing has answered light to light, and is silent (T. S. Eliot)

A hidden mirror is all that remains, a secret loving which makes no claims (Simon Rees)

Ah! when the ghost begins to quicken (W. B. Yeats)

All changed, changed utterly: a terrible beauty is born (W. B. Yeats)

All is the pivot of sickness and power (Simon Rees)

All shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well (T. S. Eliot)

All that Life teaches us (Simon Rees)

All the world’s a stage (William Shakespeare)

All we know of heaven (Emily Dickinson)

And all seems evil until I sleepless would lie down and die (W. B. Yeats)

And I dreamed my lost love came stealthily out of the wood (W. B. Yeats)

And the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time (T. S. Eliot)

And then I heard them lift a Box and creak across my Soul (Emily Dickinson)

And what you do not know is the only thing you know (T. S. Eliot)

And what you own is what you do not own (T. S. Eliot)

And where you are is where you are not (T. S. Eliot)

An eternal flame, quietly burning (Bob Dylan)

Apples of nearly six thousand kinds now number just nine (Simon Rees)

Ash on an old man's sleeve is all the ash the burnt roses leave (T. S. Eliot)

A song of Junes in a June of songs (Simon Rees)

As princes do in times of action get new taxes, and remit them not in peace (John Donne)

At mating time the hippo's voice betrays inflexions hoarse and odd (T. S. Eliot)

At the still point of the turning world (T. S. Eliot)

At the source of the longest river, the voice of the hidden waterfall (T. S. Eliot)

A wildness starts to bang and twist (Simon Rees)

A Wind that woke a lone Delight (Emily Dickinson)

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Because I could not stop for Death — he kindly stopped for me (Emily Dickinson)

Behold the flashing waters, a cloven, dancing jet (W. B. Yeats)

Bodies forgotten and yet never forgetful (Simon Rees)

But O that I were young again (W. B. Yeats)

Clasp your flowers to you with a pained surprise (T. S. Eliot)

Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild (W. B. Yeats)

Come, you masters of war (Bob Dylan)

Dare to reach heaven’s height (Simon Rees)

Deep-hearted man, express grief for thy Dead in silence (Elizabeth Barrett Browning)

Doubtful it stood; as two spent swimmers that do cling together (William Shakespeare)

Down the passage which we did not take towards the door we never opened into the rose-garden (T. S. Eliot)

Dry hollow penises in crowded vaginas (Simon Rees)

Dust in the air suspended marks the place where a story ended (T. S. Eliot)

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Eden is burning: either get ready for elimination or else your hearts must have the courage for the changing of the guards (Bob Dylan)

Elaborate rituals which allay the malice of knotted table and crooked chair (Sylvia Plath)

Embrace the placid, bottomless night (Simon Rees)

Enlightened to a larger Pain (Emily Dickinson)

Every leaf flares up like sparks in the fire (Simon Rees)

Every wave leaps up or laps at the sand (Simon Rees)

Far off in drowsy valleys, where the meadow saffrons blow (W. B. Yeats)

Flying on winds over oceans vast back to love's source (Simon Rees)

Freedom is distinguishing love-energy from love (Simon Rees)

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Genius is but the mind with no mindset (Simon Rees)

Heard, half-heard, in the stillness between two waves of the sea (T. S. Eliot)

He is always deceiving you into believing that he's only hunting for mice (T. S. Eliot)

He scowled upon a hostile world from one forbidding eye (T. S. Eliot)

How can I, that girl standing there, my attention fix (W. B. Yeats)

How many times can a man turn his head, and pretend that he just doesn't see? (Bob Dylan)

Human kind cannot bear very much reality (T. S. Eliot)

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I ain't lookin' for you to feel like me, see like me or be like me (Bob Dylan)

I am hanging in the balance of the reality of man, like every sparrow falling, like every grain of sand (Bob Dylan)

I am seeing and knowing, though unseen and unknown (Simon Rees)

I dreamed that I stood in a valley, and amid sighs, for happy lovers passed (W. B. Yeats)

I have looked upon those brilliant creatures, and now my heart is sore (W. B. Yeats)

I have met them at close of day coming with vivid faces (W. B. Yeats)

I have of late,--but wherefore I know not,--lost all my mirth (William Shakespeare)

I hear it in the deep heart’s core (W. B. Yeats)

'I hit him, yes, it's true, but that's what I am paid to do.' (Bob Dylan)

‘I love to be naked, i want to be free’ (Simon Rees)

Inebriate of Air — am I (Emily Dickinson)

If you offer him pheasant he would rather have grouse (T. S. Eliot)

If you prick us, do we not bleed? (William Shakespeare)

In my beginning is my end (T. S. Eliot)

In the courtroom of honor, the judge pounded his gavel (Bob Dylan)

Into your eyes my heart has wandered (Simon Rees)

I said to my soul, be still, and wait without hope (T. S. Eliot)

"Is there anybody there?" said the Traveller (Walter de la Mare)

I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree (W. B. Yeats)

I would that we were, my beloved, white birds on the foam of the sea! (W. B. Yeats)

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Knocking on the moonlit door (Walter de la Mare)

Know your desire (Simon Rees)

Laughs without mirth, this is the death of earth (T. S. Eliot)

Leaking from the beads of black which pry his eyeballs open (Simon Rees)

Life’s but a walking shadow (William Shakespeare)

Life without this thing were like a bee without its sting (Simon Rees)

Like crap through a fan came rain from the west - pellets of dung - this is no jest! (Simon Rees)

Like the dew which gathers on every open petal (Simon Rees)

Love’s fire heats water, water cools not love (William Shakespeare)

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Most of the time I don't cheat on myself, I don't run and hide (Bob Dylan)

Music heard so deeply that it is not heard at all (T. S. Eliot)

My dreams of your image that blossoms a rose in the deeps of my heart (W. B. Yeats)

My existence led by confusion boats: mutiny from stern to bow (Bob Dylan)

My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun (William Shakespeare)

My Stocking hang too high for any Santa Claus to reach (Emily Dickinson)

My warehouse eyes, my Arabian drums - should I leave them by your gate? (Bob Dylan)

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Neither a borrower nor a lender be (William Shakespeare)

Never is change progress, never is it chance (Simon Rees)

Nothing would ever come between Lily and the king. No, nothin' ever would except maybe the Jack of Hearts (Bob Dylan)

Once one has seen God, what is the remedy? (Sylvia Plath)

One time in London I'd gone out for a walk (Bob Dylan)

Only a face in the crowd, yet it could have been yours (Simon Rees)

Only plastic flowers never die (Simon Rees)

Only through time time is conquered (T. S. Eliot)

O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art thou Romeo? (William Shakespeare)

O that I were a glove upon that hand, that I might touch that cheek! (William Shakespeare)

Our little life is rounded with a sleep (William Shakespeare)

Our pace took sudden awe (Emily Dickinson)

Out, out, brief candle! (William Shakespeare)

Quick now, here, now, always (T. S. Eliot)

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Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May (William Shakespeare)

Secure with our new God of Information (Simon Rees)

Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?(William Shakespeare)

Sleep that knits up the ravell’d sleave of care (William Shakespeare)

So he would have left, as the soul leaves the body torn and bruised (T. S. Eliot)

So i bend over, ready to fart, and with a loud parp promote as an art the bowel action (Simon Rees)

So I would have had him leave, so I would have had her stand and grieve (T. S. Eliot)

Sometimes these cogitations still amaze the troubled midnight and the noon’s repose (T. S. Eliot)

So that nothing untoward may chance to disturb Deuteronomy's rest (T. S. Eliot)

Stand on the highest pavement of the stair — lean on a garden urn (T. S. Eliot)

Stars by the sun are not enlarged, but shown (John Donne)

Stars open among the lilies (Sylvia Plath)

Strawberries are falling into my hat full of eggs (Simon Rees)

Suddenly I saw the cold and rook-delighting heaven (W. B. Yeats)

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That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet (William Shakespeare)

The act of creation is a moment of fear (Simon Rees)

The beauty that I remember in my true love's eyes (Bob Dylan)

The broad-backed hippopotamus rests on his belly in the mud (T. S. Eliot)

The children in the apple-tree not known, because not looked for (T. S. Eliot)

The course of true love never did run smooth (William Shakespeare)

The death of hope and despair, this is the death of air (T. S. Eliot)

The feet of summer dabble in their coiling calm and slow (W. B. Yeats)

The flame passed on is to disappear (Simon Rees)

The growing terror of nothing to think about (T. S. Eliot)

The incessant moans of the men in their towers (Simon Rees)

The ingredients are soldiers, the recipe is history (Simon Rees)

Their hands and faces stiff with holiness (Sylvia Plath)

The laceration of laughter at what ceases to amuse (T. S. Eliot)

The lady doth protest too much (and other miscellaneous golden nuggets by William Shakespeare)

The little Love-god lying once asleep (William Shakespeare)

The memory of beauty you did not see die (Simon Rees)

The need to impose on curvy reality (Simon Rees)

Then love the undressing, for naked is free (Simon Rees)

The Pekes and the Pollicles, everyone knows, are proud and implacable passionate foes (T. S. Eliot)

The purification of the motive in the ground of our beseeching (T. S. Eliot)

The quality of mercy is not strain’d (William Shakespeare)

The salt is on the briar rose, the fog is in the fir trees (T. S. Eliot)

The shame of motives late revealed (T. S. Eliot)

The wailing warning from the approaching headland (T. S. Eliot)

There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio (William Shakespeare)

There is a ceaseless wind over an unmapped sea (Simon Rees)

There is a Smile of Love and there is a Smile of Deceit (William Blake)

"There must be some way out of here," said the joker to the thief (Bob Dylan)

The scent and shape of a hoarded flower (Simon Rees)

The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune (William Shakespeare)

The trees are in their autumn beauty, the woodland paths are dry (W. B. Yeats)

The wrong of unshapely things is a wrong too great to be told (W. B. Yeats)

They may not pass the portal, poor earth-enkindled pair (W. B. Yeats)

This is the heart of pain (Simon Rees)

This is the Hour of Lead (Emily Dickinson)

This is the light of the mind, cold and planetary (Sylvia Plath)

This is the silence of astounded souls (Sylvia Plath)

Through that which is Broken – that Destroyed (Simon Rees)

’Tis but the Ecstasy of death (Emily Dickinson)

To apprehend the point of intersection of the timeless with time, is an occupation for the saint (T. S. Eliot)

To be, or not to be: that is the question (William Shakespeare)

To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow, creeps in this petty pace (William Shakespeare)

To thine own self be true (William Shakespeare)

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Unmoved — she notes the Chariots — pausing — at her low Gate (Emily Dickinson)

Wait without hope, for hope would be hope for the wrong thing (T. S. Eliot)

Waith without love, for love would be love of the wrong thing (T. S. Eliot)

We are such stuff as dreams are made on (William Shakespeare)

Weave, weave the sunlight in your hair (T. S. Eliot)

We'd have the power to (Simon Rees)

We have come so far, it is over (Sylvia Plath)

We shall not cease from exploration (T. S. Eliot)

What a piece of work is man! (William Shakespeare)

What are the twin-born waters? And they’ll answer: Death and Love (W. B. Yeats)

What is this quintessence of dust? (William Shakespeare)

When cars were invented (Simon Rees)

When love passes (Simon Rees)

When the lamp is shattered, the light in the dust lies dead (Percy Bysshe Shelley)

When the last of earth left to discover is that which was the beginning (T. S. Eliot)

When the day's hustle and bustle is done, then the Gumbie Cat's work is but hardly begun (T. S. Eliot)

When the tongues of flame are in-folded into the crowned knot of fire and the fire and the rose are one (T. S. Eliot)

Where pleasures distract (Simon Rees)

Why do we have to be always afraid? (Simon Rees)

Why, in dining halls and in churches, do i recall war? (Simon Rees)

Wind on sand – piled by shore (Simon Rees)

With a fugitive resentment in your eyes (T. S. Eliot)

With wreaths of withered flowers two lonely spirits wait (W. B. Yeats)

Wonder — is not precisely Knowing and not precisely Knowing not (Emily Dickinson)

You are the void behind every eye (Simon Rees)

You'll be sure to find him resting, or a-licking of his thumbs (T. S. Eliot)

You never ask questions when God's on your side (Bob Dylan)

You probably didn't think I did, but I heard you say that love is just a four-letter word (Bob Dylan)

Your heart is like an ocean, mysterious and dark (Bob Dylan)

Your love-energy, locked up in love no longer, remains (Simon Rees)

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