|John Bartlett, comp. (18201905). Familiar Quotations, 10th ed. 1919.|
|Likewise, go and do thou, 1034.|
|Liking old for thee, 778.|
|Lilacs bloomed and died, the, 646.
last in the door-yard bloomed, 744.|
|Lilac-time, go down to Kew in, 854.|
|Lilies in her hand, 769.
in the beauty of the, 748.
of all kinds, 78.
of the field, consider the, 1030.
roses and white, 871.
twisted braids of, 246.|
|Lily, a most unspotted, 101.
faith is like a, 776.
fresh, thou becomest thy bed, 159.
hand, waved her, 348.
how sweet the, grows, 535.
it trembles to a, 815.
to paint the, 79.
white, bow thy head thou, 755.|
|Lily-shaped, beryline buckets stargemmed, 635.|
|Lima, traveller from, 602.|
|Limb, feels its life in every, 466.
flowing, in pleasure drowns, 357.
strength of heart and might of, 680.
vigour from the, 542.|
|Limbs at rest in the green earths, our, 728.
decent, composed, 335.
her gentle, did she undress, 499.
on those recreant, 79.
whose trembling, 433.
will quiver after the soul is gone, 375.
young in, 62.|
|Limed soul, 139.|
|Lime-twigs of his spells, 245.|
|Limit of becoming mirth, 55.
of the world, quiet, 668.
to the giants strength, 572.|
|Limits of a vulgar fate, 382.
of its race utmost extremes, 756.
stony, cannot hold love out, 105.|
|Limitations of his own character, 812.|
|Limited assembly, posterity is a most, 625.|
|Limitless billows, swelling and, 503.
each of us is, 742.|
|Limns on water, 170.|
|Line, cancel half a, 954.
creep in one dull, 324.
fight it out on this, 752.
full resounding, 329.
harsh cadence of a rugged, 270.
in the very first, 399.
lives along the, 316.
longest kingly, 494.
Marlowes mighty, 179.
marred the lofty, 489.
move on a rigorous, 753.
not one, to blot, 377.
stretch out to the crack of doom, 123.
too labours, the, 324.
upon line, 1026.
we carved not a, 563.|
|Lines accords, soul unto the, 205.
desert of a thousand, 329.
in pleasant places, 1010.
let a lord once own the, 324.|
|Lines, mottoes of the heart, 514.
reading between the, 989.
see two dull, 311.
where beauty lingers, 548.
where go the poets, 689.|
|Lineage, a damsel of high, 678.|
|Lineaments, in my, they trace, 552.
of gospel-books, 23.|
|Linen, dirty, to wash, 986.
old, wash whitest, 181.
youre wearing out, not, 594.|
|Linger, do not live but, 188.
sound which makes us, 548.|
|Lingers, lines where beauty, 548.
slowly day by day, 686.|
|Lingered alone on the shore, I, 613.
the snow, 811.|
|Lingering look behind, 385.
winter, chills the lap of May, 394.|
|Lining, silver, on the night, 243.|
|Linjure se grve en métal, 100.|
|Link, last, is broken, 868.
silver, silken tie, 488.|
|Links, pain to break its, 520.|
|Linked sweetness, 249.
with one virtue, 551.|
|Linnets, pipe but as the, 674.|
|Lion among ladies, 58.
as a roaring, 1041.
better than a dead, 1023.
blood more stirs to rouse a, 84.
bold as a, 1021.
breakfast on the lip of a, 91.
from his lair, rouse the, 495.
half appeared the tawny, 236.
heart and eagle eye, 392.
hungry give a grievous roar, 388.
in his den, beard the, 490.
in the lobby roar, 352.
in the way, there is a, 1020.
is in the streets, 1020.
like a bear or, 158.
look no larger, till the, 682.
mated by the hind, 73.
not so fierce as painted, 206, 222.
pawing to get free, 236.
righteous are bold as a, 1021.
wooes his brides, as the, 392.|
|Lions growl and fight, 301.
talks familiarly of, 78.
to their enemies lambs to friends, 627.|
|Lions hide, thou wear a, 79.
mane, dew-drop from the, 102.
nerve, the Nemean, 131.
skin will not reach, 920.|
|Lip, and the red was on your, Mary, 637.
between the cup and the, 190.
contempt and anger of his, 76.
coral of his, admires, 200.
keep a stiff upper, 758.
nectar on a, 442.
of a lion, eat breakfast on the, 91.
|Lips are now forbid to speak, 588.
beautys ensign crimson in thy, 109.
divine persuasion flows from his, 338.|