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Bones, A.B. is Reminded
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Men of the sea (said Bones, A.B.) Is touchy coves and curious, They stands a lot, till some dark plot Gets 'em all hot an' furious. Tricks with the...Rate it:

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Address To My Infant Daughter, Dora On Being Reminded That She Was A Month Old That Day, September 1
William Wordsworth
--HAST thou then survived- Mild Offspring of infirm humanity, Meek Infant! among all forlornest things The most forlorn-one life of that bright sta...Rate it:

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Reminded
Ambrose Bierce
Beneath my window twilight made Familiar mysteries of shade. Faint voices from the darkening down Were calling vaguely to the town. Intent upon a l...Rate it:

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100 Bones
Nikhil Parekh
God gave you a 100 bones; to atleast mitigate a 100 people from the aisles of inexplicably traumatic suffering during your entire lifetime; not to ...Rate it:

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The Deer Lay Down Their Bones
Robinson Jeffers
I followed the narrow cliffside trail half way up the mountain Above the deep river-canyon. There was a little cataract crossed the path, flin...Rate it:

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All Blood Is Red. All Bones Are White. All Sweat Is Golden. For It Is Not The Color Of Our Skins, Bu
Nikhil Parekh
There might exist eyes; in an infinite shades and shapes on the trajectory of this fathomlessly eclectic Universe, There might exist hair; in an...Rate it:

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Brittle Bones
Robert Graves
Though I am an old man With my bones very brittle, Though I am a poor old man Worth very little, Yet I suck at my long pipe At peace in the sun, I ...Rate it:

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Bones
Walter de la Mare
Said Mr. Smith, “I really cannot Tell you, Dr. Jones— The most peculiar pain I’m in— I think it’s in my bones.” Said Dr. Jones, “Oh, Mr. Smith, Th...Rate it:

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Just A Pair Of Bones
Nikhil Parekh
Beneath my shirt; the gaudy clothes that engulfed my body, Beneath the infinite mass of hair; that sprouted from my scalp and skin, Beneath the ex...Rate it:

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Bones
Carl Sandburg
Sling me under the sea. Pack me down in the salt and wet. No farmer’s plow shall touch my bones. No Hamlet hold my jaws and speak How jokes are...Rate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 39. Old warder of these buried bones
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Old warder of these buried bones, And answering now my random stroke With fruitful cloud and living smoke, Dark yew, that grasp...Rate it:

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The Valley Of Dry Bones
Ambrose Bierce
With crow bones all the land is white, From the gates of morn to the gates of night. Picked clean, they lie on the cumbered ground, And the politic...Rate it:

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Please Come Back O! Beloved
Nikhil Parekh
Every bit of fabric in this remorsefully dilapidated room; reminded me of your fabulously enchanting grace; the way you sensuously wrapped yourself...Rate it:

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Flies
Robert William Service
I never kill a fly because I think that what we have of laws To regulate and civilize Our daily life - we owe to flies. Apropos, I'll tell you of ...Rate it:

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The Emu Of Whroo
Edward George Dyson
WE’VE a tale to tell you of a spavined emit, A bird with a smile like a crack in a hat, Who was owned by M‘Cue, of the township of Whroo, The count...Rate it:

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Ballad of a Ship
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Down by the flash of the restless water The dim White Ship like a white bird lay; Laughing at life and the world they sought her, And out she sw...Rate it:

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Of Death
John Bunyan
Death, as a king rampant and stout The world he dare engage; He conquers all, yea, and doth rout The great, strong, wise, and sage. No king so gre...Rate it:

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One Red Rose
Sheila King
One red rose he placed next to her He whispered I love you The wetness from each pedal Came from the morning dew The ground was white with snow Tha...Rate it:

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The Poem That Took The Place Of A Mountain
Wallace Stevens
There it was, word for word, The poem that took the place of a mountain. He breathed its oxygen, Even when the book lay turned in the dust of his ...Rate it:

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Your Face
Laulindah Shiku
To the one I love, As you daily peer into this mirror Be reminded my love, the face you behold Is mine. Look intently at your lips Gatekeepers to...Rate it:

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'Boes
Carl Sandburg
I waited today for a freight train to pass. Cattle cars with steers butting their horns against the bars, went by. And a half a dozen hoboes s...Rate it:

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A Fable For Critics
James Russell Lowell
Phoebus, sitting one day in a laurel-tree's shade, Was reminded of Daphne, of whom it was made, For the god being one day too warm in his wooing, S...Rate it:

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A LOVELY PART OF FOLKLORE
Liam Ó Comain
A little bird displaying a red breast Pays a visit to our small garden- Whether the visitor is the same on each Occasion I am not sure but it appea...Rate it:

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A thought went up my mind to-day
Emily Dickinson
A thought went up my mind to-day That I have had before, But did not finish,--some way back, I could not fix the year, Nor where it went, nor why ...Rate it:

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Childhood
Rainer Maria Rilke
It would be good to give much thought, before you try to find words for something so lost, for those long childhood afternoons you knew that vanish...Rate it:

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