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Common Things
Paul Laurence Dunbar
high and lofty inspiration; But he who sings of common things Shall always share our admiration. Rate it:

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The Common Man
Kenneth R. Jenkins
to Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen The common man gets up in the morning To work in. order to feed his family, The common man struggles to make en...Rate it:

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The God Of Common-Sense
Robert William Service
My Daddy used to wallop me for every small offense: "Its takes a hair-brush back," said he, "to teach kids common-sense." And still to-day I scarce...Rate it:

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Answer To A Beautiful Poem, Entitled 'The Common Lot'
George Gordon Lord Byron
MONTGOMERY! true, the common lot Of mortals lies in Lethe's wave; Yet some shall never be forgot, Some shall exist beyond the grave. 'Unknown the...Rate it:

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The Common Men
Edward George Dyson
The great men framed the fierce decrees Embroiling State with State; They bit their thumbs across the seas In diplomatic hate; They lit the pyr...Rate it:

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The Common Man
Julian Tuwim
When plastered billboards scream with slogans 'fight for your country, go to battle' When media's print assults your senses, 'Support our leader...Rate it:

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As if I asked a common Alms
Emily Dickinson
As if I asked a common Alms, And in my wondering hand A Stranger pressed a Kingdom, And I, bewildered, stand— As if I asked the Orient Had it for m...Rate it:

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Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day
Emily Dickinson
Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day That arise and set about Us— Other Tragedy Perish in the Recitation— This—the best enact When the A...Rate it:

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It would never be Common—more—I said
Emily Dickinson
It would never be Common—more—I said— Difference—had begun— Many a bitterness—had been— But that old sort—was done— Or—if it sometime—showed—as 't...Rate it:

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The Common factor
Nikhil Parekh
I was as hot as blistering fire; while she was stoical as placid ice, I was ready to plunge into the unfathomably deep gorge; while she preferred...Rate it:

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The Common Lot
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
It is a common fate – a woman’s lot – To waste on one the riches of her soul, Who takes the wealth she gives him, but cannot Repay the interest,...Rate it:

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The Wild Common
David Herbert Lawrence
The quick sparks on the gorse bushes are leaping, Little jets of sunlight-texture imitating flame; Above them, exultant, the peewits are ...Rate it:

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To A Common Prostitute
Walt Whitman
To a Common Prostitute BE composed--be at ease with me--I am Walt Whitman, liberal and lusty as Nature; Not till the sun excludes ...Rate it:

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Common Form
Rudyard Kipling
If any questions why we died, Tell them, because our fathers lied. Rate it:

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The Common Cult
George Sterling
Up to the House of Mammon, from dawn to sister dawn, Called by remembered voices the sons of men are drawn; By noon the dust goes skyward, by night...Rate it:

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A Common Thought
Henry Timrod
Somewhere on this earthly planet In the dust of flowers to be, In the dewdrop, in the sunshine, Sleeps a solemn day for me. At this wakeful hour o...Rate it:

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The Common Grave
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Last night beneath the foreign stars I stood And saw the thoughts of those at home go by To the great grave upon the hill of blood. Upon the darkne...Rate it:

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The Common Question
John Greenleaf Whittier
Behind us at our evening meal The gray bird ate his fill, Swung downward by a single claw, And wiped his hooked bill. He shook his wings and crims...Rate it:

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Green Things Growing
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
O the green things growing, the green things growing, The faint sweet smell of the green things growing! I should like to live, whether I smile or ...Rate it:

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The Things That Matter
Edith Nesbit
NOW that I've nearly done my days, And grown too stiff to sweep or sew, I sit and think, till I'm amaze, About what lots of things I know: Things a...Rate it:

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Seein' things
Eugene Field
I ain't afeard uv snakes, or toads, or bugs, or worms, or mice, An' things 'at girls are skeered uv I think are awful nice! I'm pretty brave, I gue...Rate it:

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All Things will Die
Alfred Lord Tennyson
All Things will Die Clearly the blue river chimes in its flowing Under my eye; Warmly and broadly the south winds are blowing Over the...Rate it:

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Things and the Man
Rudyard Kipling
(In Memoriam, Joseph Chamberlain) 1904 "And Joseph dreamed a dream, and he told it his brethren and they hated him yet the more." -...Rate it:

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But Wise Men Perceive Approaching Things
Constantine P. Cavafy
Because gods perceive future things, men what is happening now, but wise men perceive approaching things. Philostratus, Life of Apollonius of Tyan...Rate it:

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The Joy Of Little Things
Robert William Service
It's good the great green earth to roam, Where sights of awe the soul inspire; But oh, it's best, the coming home, The crackle of one's own hearth-...Rate it:

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