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Boots
Rudyard Kipling
over Africa -- (Boots--boots--boots--boots--movin' up an' down again!) There's no dRate it:

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Two Little Boots
Paul Laurence Dunbar
TWO little boots all rough an' wo', Two little boots! Laws, I's kissed 'em times befo', Dese little boots! Seems de toes a-peepin' thoo Dis hyeah h...Rate it:

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The Boss's Boots
Henry Lawson
squint along the board to catch the Boss’s boots; They have no time to straighten up, they have no Rate it:

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Boots
Andrew Barton Paterson
de Royce So we did it in our good Australian boots. They called us "mad Australians"; they couldnRate it:

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To a Pair of Blucher Boots
Henry Lawson
cracked and rotten, Worn-out pair of Blucher boots. ’Tis the richer man before you, Dearer leatherRate it:

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Alas! What Boots The Long Laborious Quest
William Wordsworth
ALAS! what boots the long laborious quest Of moral prudence, sought through good and ill; Or pains abstruse-to elevate the will, And lead us on to ...Rate it:

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Opposites
Katherine Mansfield
The Half-Soled-Boots-With-Toecaps-Child Walked out into the street And splashed in all the pubbles till She had such shocking feet The Patent-Leat...Rate it:

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An Ode
Frederick George Scott
WHAT boots it to be great? To live in royal state And feast with kings, Since now all things One doom await? 5 What boots it to be fair...Rate it:

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Old Town Types No. 15 - Mrs Felix Donnett
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
her dolman, and her bustle, and elastic-sided boots. Oh, a very proper lady with a very proper minRate it:

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Old Town Types No.15 - Mrs Felix Donnett
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
her dolman, and her bustle, and elastic-sided boots. Oh, a very proper lady with a very proper minRate it:

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Lusus Politicus
Ambrose Bierce
a better hat than a hat of glass. And your boots of brass Are a natural kind of boots, I swear. 'MaRate it:

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There’s Only The Two Of Us Here
Edward Harrington
and scoot. But I couldn’t find where I’d left me boots so I hadn’t a chance to clear And, ‘There’s Rate it:

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'Look at The Clock!' : Patty Morgan The Milkmaid's Story
Richard Harris Barham
cheroots, The whole afternoon at the Goat in Boots, With a couple more soakers, Thoroughbred smoRate it:

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A Boy Scouts' Patrol Song
Rudyard Kipling
out that your laces are tight, And your boots are easy and stout, Or you'll end with a blister at Rate it:

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A Matter of Knack
William Thomas Goodge
and the crowd was all outside. "Take yer boots off!" said M'Carty in a cheerful tone and hearty, Rate it:

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Billys 'Square Affair'
Henry Lawson
He wanted clothes, a masher suit, he wanted boots and hat; His girl had earned a quid or two—he wRate it:

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Dan, The Wreck
Henry Lawson
`sprats' no longer there. Wearing summer boots in June, or Slippers worn and old -- Like a maRate it:

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Fit the First: ( Hunting of the Snark )
Lewis Carroll
is true." The crew was complete: it included a Boots-- A maker of Bonnets and Hoods-- A BarristerRate it:

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Mates
Ada Cambridge
It boots not to retrace the path To ages dim and hoar, When Man, at the domestic hearth, First learned the art of war, And - since in battle one mu...Rate it:

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O Why Do You Walk (a Parody)
Alfred Edward Housman
O why do you walk through the fields in boots, Missing so much and so much? O fat white woman whom nobody shoots, Why do you walk through the field...Rate it:

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Possum A Lay of New Chumland
Henry Lawson
swag upon his shoulder, ’n’ ’is feet in blucher boots; An’ I dunno how he did it, he was anythin’ bRate it:

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Preface to Hunting of the Snark
Lewis Carroll
This office was usually undertaken by the Boots, who found in it a refuge from the Baker's Rate it:

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The Allies
Amy Lowell
the word will strike out new shoots.' His boots are tight, the sun is hot, and he may be shot, butRate it:

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The Ballad Of William Sycamore [1790-1871]
Stephen Vincent Benet
one of my slumbers, The fiddle squeaking the boots along And my father calling the numbers. TheRate it:

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The Boy Scouts' Patrol Song
Rudyard Kipling
out that your laces are tight, And your boots are easy and stout, Or you'll end with a blister at nRate it:

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