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Minutes
David John Scott
Of The Jackson Hall Debating Society, December 5, 1877 My muse inspire me, while I tell The weighty matters that befell On Monday night at Jackson...Rate it:

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From The Minutes
Ambrose Bierce
When, with the force of a ram that discharges its ponderous body Straight at the rear elevation of the luckless culler of simples, The foot of Herc...Rate it:

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Fame
James Whitcomb Riley
I Once, in a dream, I saw a man With haggard face and tangled hair, And eyes that nursed as wild a care As gaunt Starvation ever can; And in his h...Rate it:

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The Temple of Fame
Alexander Pope
In that soft season, when descending show'rs Call forth the greens, and wake the rising flow'rs; When op'ning buds salute the welcome day, And eart...Rate it:

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Partnership in Fame
Robert Fuller Murray
Love, when the present is become the past, And dust has covered all that now is new, When many a fame has faded out of view, And many a later fame ...Rate it:

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Dead In Sight Of Fame
James Whitcomb Riley
DIED--Early morning of September 5, 1876, and in the gleaming dawn of 'name and fame,' Hamilton J. Dunbar. Dead! Dead! Dead! We thought him ours a...Rate it:

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Fame
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
If I should die, to-day, To-morrow, maybe, the world would see Would waken from sleep, and say, "Why here was talent! why here was worth! Why h...Rate it:

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Fame of Myself, to justify
Emily Dickinson
Fame of Myself, to justify, All other Plaudit be Superfluous—An Incense Beyond Necessity— Fame of Myself to lack—Although My Name be else Supreme—...Rate it:

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Fame's Penny-Trumpet
Lewis Carroll
Blow, blow your trumpets till they crack, Ye little men of little souls! And bid them huddle at your back - Gold-sucking leeches, shoals on shoals!...Rate it:

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Sonnet LVIII: None Other Fame
Samuel Daniel
None other fame mine unambitious Muse Affected ever but t'eternize thee; All other honors do my hopes refuse, Which meaner priz'd and momentary ...Rate it:

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The Myth Of Fame
Kurt Philip Behm
Fighting Tuesday’s boredom, he decided to play a game And because he’d never done it, he decided to test his fame He mouthed the most nonsens...Rate it:

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Definition Of Fame
Ehsan Sehgal
The Fame, With the public relation With the status With the connections With the beauty of gender With the signalling of finance Shows only The Ga...Rate it:

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Fame is a bee
Emily Dickinson
Fame is a bee. It has a song— It has a sting— Ah, too, it has a wing. Rate it:

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Fame is a fickle food (1659)
Emily Dickinson
Fame is a fickle food Upon a shifting plate Whose table once a Guest but not The second time is set. Whose crumbs the crows inspect And with ironi...Rate it:

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Fame Is A Food That Dead Men Eat
Henry Austin Dobson
Fame is a food that dead men eat,- I have no stomach for such meat. In little light and narrow room, They eat it in the silent tomb, With no kind v...Rate it:

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Fame is the tine that Scholars leave
Emily Dickinson
Fame is the tine that Scholars leave Upon their Setting Names— The Iris not of Occident That disappears as comes— Rate it:

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Fame [One thousand years I slept beneath the sod]
Ambrose Bierce
One thousand years I slept beneath the sod, My sleep in 1901 beginning, Then, by the action of some scurvy god Who happened then to recollect my si...Rate it:

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Fame _vs._ Riches
Eugene Field
The Greeks had genius,--'t was a gift The Muse vouchsafed in glorious measure; The boon of Fame they made their aim And prized above all worldly tr...Rate it:

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Fareweel To A'Our Scottish Fame
Robert Burns
Fareweel to a' our Scottish fame, Fareweel our ancient glory; Fareweel ev'n to the Scottish name, Sae famed in martial story! Now Sark rins over So...Rate it:

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Gleaners Of Fame
Alfred Austin
Hearken not, friend, for the resounding din That did the Poet's verses once acclaim: We are but gleaners in the field of fame, Whence the main harv...Rate it:

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Idle Fame
John Clare
I would not wish the burning blaze Of fame around a restless world, The thunder and the storm of praise In crowded tumults heard and hurled. I woul...Rate it:

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On Fame
John Keats
I. Fame, like a wayward girl, will still be coy To those who woo her with too slavish knees, But makes surrender to some thoughtless boy, And dote...Rate it:

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Partial Fame
Matthew Prior
The sturdy man, if he in love obtains, In open pomp and triumph reigns: The subtle woman, if she should succeed, Disowns the honour of the deed. Th...Rate it:

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To Alex. Smith, The 'Glasgow Poet,' On His Sonnet To 'Fame'
George Meredith
Not vainly doth the earnest voice of man Call for the thing that is his pure desire! Fame is the birthright of the living lyre! To noble impulse...Rate it:

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Two Sonnets On Fame
John Keats
I. Fame, like a wayward girl, will still be coy To those who woo her with too slavish knees, But makes surrender to some thoughtless boy, And dotes...Rate it:

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