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Would I Trade The Words
Kurt Philip Behm
Would I trade the words… would I trade for a song Would I trade the words… for a life ever long Would I trade the words… for a pulpit ...Rate it:

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Frankie's Trade
Rudyard Kipling
O! To me O!) "Now where did Frankie learn his trade? For he ran me down with a three-reef mains'I."Rate it:

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Trade
John Le Gay Brereton
can we hear Of frantic howling? Listen! . . . “TRADE.” Rate it:

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ER COMMERCIO LIBBERO (The Free Trade)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
Be'? So' pputtana, venno la mi' pelle: Fo la miggnotta, si, sto ar cancelletto: Lo pijo in quello largo e in quello stretto: C'è gnent'antro da...Rate it:

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On the Bill Which Was Passed in England For Regulating the Slave-Trade
Helen Maria Williams
The hollow winds of night no more In wild, unequal cadence pour, On musing fancy's wakeful ear, The groan of agony severe From yon dark vessel, whi...Rate it:

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Poems On The Slave Trade - Sonnet I
Robert Southey
Hold your mad hands! for ever on your plain Must the gorged vulture clog his beak with blood? For ever must your Nigers tainted flood Roll to the...Rate it:

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Poems On The Slave Trade - Sonnet II
Robert Southey
Why dost thou beat thy breast and rend thine hair, And to the deaf sea pour thy frantic cries? Before the gale the laden vessel flies; The Heaven...Rate it:

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Poems On The Slave Trade - Sonnet III
Robert Southey
his looks the patient skies, While that inhuman trader lifts on high The mangling scourge. Oh ye wRate it:

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Poems On The Slave Trade - Sonnet IV
Robert Southey
'Tis night; the mercenary tyrants sleep As undisturb'd as Justice! but no more The wretched Slave, as on his native shore, Rests on his reedy cou...Rate it:

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Poems On The Slave Trade - Sonnet V
Robert Southey
Did then the bold Slave rear at last the Sword Of Vengeance? drench'd he deep its thirsty blade In the cold bosom of his tyrant lord? Oh! who sha...Rate it:

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Poems On The Slave Trade - Sonnet VI
Robert Southey
High in the air expos'd the Slave is hung To all the birds of Heaven, their living food! He groans not, tho' awaked by that fierce Sun New tortur...Rate it:

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The Sailor, Who Had Served In The Slave Trade.
Robert Southey
He stopt,--it surely was a groan That from the hovel came! He stopt and listened anxiously Again it sounds the same. It surely from the hovel come...Rate it:

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The Symphony
Sidney Lanier
"O Trade! O Trade! would thou wert dead! The Time needs heart -- 'tis tired of head: We're all for love," the violins said. "Of what avail the rigo...Rate it:

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Merchandise
John Milton Hayes
made By her Men and her Ships and her OVERSEAS TRADE. Widen your harbours, your docks and your quRate it:

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The Ballad of Villon and Fat Madge
François Villon
you, Inside this brothel where we drive our trade.' But soon the devil's among us flesh and felRate it:

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The Dam that Keele Built
Andrew Barton Paterson
dam that Keele built; This is the Engineer by Trade -- Head of the Water and Sewer Brigade, WhoRate it:

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Diplomatist
Alexander MacGregor Rose
door to me. Now, long tam' Sam an' me mak' trade, W'enever that we meet, An' Sam,Rate it:

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Sir Wilfrid Laurier -- Diplomatist
Alexander MacGregor Rose
door to me. Now, long tam' Sam an' me mak' trade, W'enever that we meet, An' Sam, he drive de barRate it:

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The Borough. Letter VIII: Trades
George Crabbe
OF manufactures, trade, inventions rare, Steam-towers and looms, you'd know our Borough's share - 'Tis small: we boast not these rich subjects he...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Freedom
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
mercery - and mercery He plied a most extensive trade, And quite enormous prodfits made, And barracRate it:

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Boston
Ralph Waldo Emerson
bread to every shore. And where they went on trade intent They did what freeman can, Their daunRate it:

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Boy And the Angel, The
Robert Browning
God!; sang Theocrite. Then to his poor trade he turned, Whereby the daily meal was earned. Hard hRate it:

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Invocation To The Social Muse
Archibald MacLeish
is not one. There is nothing worse for our trade than to be in style. He that goes naked goes fRate it:

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Landlubbers
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
sea's lip, Whose wealth is made in a world-wide trade - Landlubbers all wot seems afraid, For theRate it:

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Old Town Types No. 23 - Little Miss Mix
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Mix, the village dressmaker, plied a modest trade. The front shop, with its counter, was a miniaturRate it:

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