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Brothers
James Weldon Johnson
See! There he stands; not brave, but with an air Of sullen stupor. Mark him well! Is he Not more like brute than man? Look in his eye! No light is ...Rate it:

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Brothers
Gerard Manley Hopkins
How lovely the elder brother’s Life all laced in the other’s, Lóve-laced!—what once I well Witnessed; so fortune fell. When Shrovetide, two yea...Rate it:

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https://allpoetry.com/poem/14979023-Borys-Hrinchenko---To-My-Brothers--by-Ivan-Petryshyn
Borys Hrinchenko
Borys Hrinchenko “ To My Brothers” (1884) In the far homeland you’re, from me apart, oh, my brothers, well-liked, But my own soul with your ones I...Rate it:

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Brothers O' Mine
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Brothers o' mine, brothers o' mine, All the world over, from pole to pole All of them brothers of mine and thine Every wondering, blundering soul...Rate it:

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Address To The Dalziel Brothers
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
“O WOODMAN, spare that block, Oh gash not anyhow! It took ten days by clock, I'd fain protect it now.” Chorus—Wild Laughter from Dalziel's Works...Rate it:

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All Men Are Brothers.
James McIntyre
We are in ancient stories told, All were brothers in days of old, But these with facts they do not chime For all mankind do love the dime, And wors...Rate it:

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Born Brothers
Mark Van Doren
Equality is absolute or no. Nothing between can stand. We are the sons Of the same sire, or madness breaks and runs Through the rude world. Ridi...Rate it:

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Historical Epilogue To The Brothers. A Tragedy.
Edward Young
An Epilogue, through custom, is your right, But ne'er perhaps was needful till this night: To-night the virtuous falls, the guilty flies, Guilt's d...Rate it:

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Mowgli's Brothers
Rudyard Kipling
Now Chil the Kite brings home the night That Mang the Bat sets free-- The herds are shut in byre and hut, For loosed till dawn are we. This is the ...Rate it:

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My Brothers
Robert William Service
While I make rhymes my brother John Makes shiny shoes which dames try on, And finding to their fit and stance They buy and wear with elegance; But ...Rate it:

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Now, my co-mates and brothers in exile
William Shakespeare
Now, my co-mates and brothers in exile, Hath not old customs make this life more sweet Than that of painted pomp? Are not these woods More free ...Rate it:

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On White Brothers
James McIntyre
To us it is a pleasing sight, To see so many here to night; All listening with so much delight Unto those worthy men of might The charming songste...Rate it:

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Sonnet VIII. To My Brothers
John Keats
Small, busy flames play through the fresh laid coals, And their faint cracklings o'er our silence creep Like whispers of the household gods that ...Rate it:

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The Brothers
William Wordsworth
'These Tourists, heaven preserve us! needs must live A profitable life: some glance along, Rapid and gay, as if the earth were air, And they wer...Rate it:

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The Brothers
Ambrose Bierce
Scene-_A lawyer's dreadful den. Enter stall-fed citizen. LAWYER.-'Mornin'. How-de-do? CITIZEN.-Sir, same to you. Called as counsel to retain you ...Rate it:

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The Brothers
Leon Gellert
Do you remember how we crept Across out bedroom to our bed, Fearing the dark! And how you wept? And on a sudden lay like lead? And how I feared tha...Rate it:

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The Brothers (For Arnold and Donald Fletcher)
Katharine Tynan
One called from Salonika and his call Rang to his brother; Forded wide rivers, climbed the mountain wall, Seeking the other. Are you asleep, Arnol...Rate it:

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The Brothers Stuart
James McIntyre
In the year 1843 we were, though but a boy, at a fair at Cawdor Castle. Readers of Shakespeare's Macbeth will have often found Cawdor mentioned the...Rate it:

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The Raven. Christmas Tale, Told By A School-Boy To His Little Brothers And Sisters
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Underneath an old oak tree There was of swine a huge company That grunted as they crunched the mast For that was ripe, and fell full fast. Then the...Rate it:

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The Wise Brothers
Edwin Arlington Robinson
FIRST VOICE So long adrift, so fast aground, What foam and ruin have we found— We, the Wise Brothers? Could heaven and earth be framed amiss, ...Rate it:

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To His Deare Brother Colonel F. L. Immoderately Mourning My Brothers Untimely Death At Carmarthen
Richard Lovelace
I. If teares could wash the ill away, A pearle for each wet bead I'd pay; But as dew'd corne the fuller growes, So water'd eyes but swell our woes....Rate it:

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To My Brothers
John Keats
Small, busy flames play through the fresh laid coals, And their faint cracklings o'er our silence creep Like whispers of the household gods that ...Rate it:

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