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The Broncho That Would Not Be Broken
Vachel Lindsay
little colt — broncho, loaned to the farm To be broken in time without fury or harm, Yet black crowRate it:

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Ballad of Broken Flutes
Edwin Arlington Robinson
be, On that forgotten ground there lay The broken flutes of Arcady. The forest that was all so Rate it:

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Broken Axletree
Henry Lawson
the camp that we have christened—christened “Broken Axletree.” We were young and strong and fearleRate it:

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The Broken-Down Squatter
Andrew Barton Paterson
on a "hogs" when he's nought for a boss But a broken-down squatter like me! For the banks are all Rate it:

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Broken Tabernacles
Carl Sandburg
Have I broken the smaller tabernacles, O Lord? And in the destruction of these set up the greater and massive, the everlasting tabernacles? I know ...Rate it:

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Broken Wings
Mario William Vitale
lies the mystery a cause to believe a bird with broken wings perched in the undertow exposed to tRate it:

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Factory Windows Are Always Broken
Vachel Lindsay
Factory windows are always broken. Somebody's always throwing bricks, Somebody's always heaving cinders, Playing ugly Yahoo tricks. Factory wi...Rate it:

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In Broken Images
Robert Graves
thinking in clear images; I am slow, thinking in broken images. He becomes dull, trusting to his Rate it:

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The Broken Wing
Liam Ó Comain
my grizzle. I was informed that his wing was Broken and the person who found Him strolling along Rate it:

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The Broken-Teapot
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Mum's bit of egg money on the mantelpiece In the broken teapot in the olden days, Hardly earned and hoarded there, Much content afforded there Long...Rate it:

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Broken
Amanda Lenna Owens
heart is bleeding my eyes are weeping my body is Broken. All to strong this human emotion! Will evRate it:

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Broken Vase
Rene Francois Armand Prudhomme
no one suspected anything. Don't touch! It's broken. Thus often does the hand we love, barely toucRate it:

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The Broken Pitcher
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
and wide, And wherefore doth the pitcher lie broken by thy side?' 'I do not seek a lover, thou ChrRate it:

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The Broken Soldier
Katharine Tynan
The broken soldier sings and whistles day to dark; He's but the remnant of a man, maimed and half-blind, But the soul they could not harm goes sing...Rate it:

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The Broken Tower
Harold Hart Crane
through marrow, my long-scattered score Of broken intervals… And I, their sexton slave! Oval encRate it:

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Broken Music
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
fragile lyre too tensely keyed and strung, A broken music, weirdly incomplete: Here a proud mind, sRate it:

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BÉranger's "broken fiddle"
Eugene Field
shall ever dance Above the heart and fiddle, broken!" XIII So come, poor dog, my faithful friendRate it:

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Fragment: Satan Broken Loose
Percy Bysshe Shelley
strife was now begun. They knew that Satan had broken his chain, And with millions of daemons in hiRate it:

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My window pane is broken
Lesbia Harford
My window pane is broken Just a bit Where the small curtain doesn't Cover it. And in the afternoon I like to lie And watch the pepper tree A...Rate it:

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That First Broken Heart
Kurt Philip Behm
first to say “I Love You” —who had that first broken heart (Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2018)Rate it:

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The Broken Balance
Robinson Jeffers
dawns of time, after we perish. V Mourning the broken balance, the hopeless prostration of the eaRate it:

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The Broken Doll
Charles Lamb
sisters are to brothers kind? For thus the broken doll may prove Foundation to fraternal love. Rate it:

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The Broken Heart
John Donne
still, though they be not unite; And now as broken glasses show A hundred lesser faces, so My rags Rate it:

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The Broken Oar
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
by the billows at his feet was tossed A broken oar; and carved thereon he read, 'Oft was I weary, wRate it:

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The Broken Pitcher
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
upon the thirsty sand. Sad pitcher, thou wast broken at the well, Ere yet the shepherd's lip had tRate it:

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