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  • ea O Damkina, mighty queen of all the gods, O wife of Ea, valiant art thou, O Ir-nina, mighty queen of all the gods ... Thou that dwellest in the Abyss, O lady of heaven and earth!...
  • ha And the people would point their fingers at him, or merely look at him, and think: "Ha, there goes the boy who was flogged at the town hall!" K-A-T-T-U-N ha! BEIBE- jirijiri yureteki na! – フリーズ by kat-tun
  • he He was a teleport. "Or I'll see ye damned," says he. Aye he sent us out through the crossed high spears And the scorn of his laugh rang free, "Why took ye not me when I walked about – Ballad of the Goodly Fere by Ezra Pound
  • head I took it from him and passed it over my head. From out its coil of crapulence the ice-worm raised its head, Its muzzle was a murky blue, its eyes a ruby red. – The Ballad of the Ice-Worm Cocktail by Robert W. Service
  • heal What shall I answer to thee, O thou balm To heal a broken, yet a kingly heart! That it'd fade as time went by, and our love would heal In the end it was something more, I guess Tore us apart and made us real – Stolen Car by patty griffin
  • heap She spun dizzily and fell in a heap on the snow. A shivering Nightstick in a miserable heap With the siren for a lullaby singing him to sleep – Potter's Field by Tom Waits
  • hear Do you hear that, you?" From rain, hail, snow in feathery mantle muffled, Clear-eyed, strong-limbed, with keenest sense to hear My mate soft murmuring, who, with plumes unruffled, Where'er I wander still is nestling near; – My Aviary by Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • heat The heat is no less on this account, but rather is better sustained beneath the ashes than above. Could there nought else this civil war compleat, But poets raging with poetic heat, – On Sanazar's Being Honoured With Six hundred Duckets By The Clarissimi Of Venice, For Composing An Eligiack Hexastick Of The City. A Satyer by Richard Lovelace
  • hem Pardon me if I observe that there is a want of delicacy-of-a-hem-right-mindedness in the transaction."
  • hen His old cap was hovering over his long hair, its flaps down like the wings of a brooding hen.
  • hep
  • hera
  • hew
  • hex
  • lea
  • pea
  • rhea
  • sea
  • tea
  • thea
  • yea
  • Her
  • Hey
  • DEA Dea Flavia, pale and silent, stood facing the people, with eyes that seemed to look on something unearthly far away.
  • Shea
  • HES
  • HEB Heb. x. 32.
  • he'd He'd come in last night from the Christiania steamer.
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