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Frogs Eat Butterflies, Snakes Eat Frogs, Hogs Eat Snakes, Men Eat Hogs
Wallace Stevens
It is true that the rivers went nosing like swine, Tugging at banks, until they seemed Bland belly-sounds in somnolent troughs, That the air was h...Rate it:

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I Still Eat Apple
Ehsan Sehgal
I am not the God And nor the angel Not even the sacred I am just a simple human With lots of flaws That endorse I am from Adam Who ate only ...Rate it:

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Fame Is A Food That Dead Men Eat
Henry Austin Dobson
Fame is a food that dead men eat,- I have no stomach for such meat. In little light and narrow room, They eat it in the silent tomb, With no kind v...Rate it:

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I Eat Fire
Devil Poet
I live in silence of non existence I play music of soundlessness I compose words with fire With fire pen on a piece of fire. I eat fire to burn me...Rate it:

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I Wanted To Breathe, Sleep, Eat With Your Name
Nikhil Parekh
I wanted to breathe your name each time I exhaled out air; impregnating the atmosphere with your mystical fragrance, Facilitating your entity to s...Rate it:

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The vehicles that eat up the meat of the human beings
Farag Al-Dowy (Egypt)
These fast cars which move fast on its iron wheels like birds are wild When they take us to the ruined cities of death without warning But be...Rate it:

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Johnson, alias Crow
Henry Lawson
Where the seasons are divided and the bush begins to change, and the links are rather broken in the Great Dividing Range; where the atmosphere is...Rate it:

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At crow's nest pass
Emily Pauline Johnson
At Crow's Nest Pass the mountains rend Themselves apart, the rivers wend A lawless course about their feet, And breaking into torrents beat I...Rate it:

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Old Crow
Mario William Vitale
Old Crow Old crow Tired and lazy' against the day Dark skies Lost in blacks and whites and grays Howling north wind Sure takes a man's fight away ...Rate it:

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The Crow Sat On The Willow
John Clare
The crow sat on the willow tree A-lifting up his wings, And glossy was his coat to see, And loud the ploughman sings, 'I love my love because I kno...Rate it:

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Bird Song - Crow
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Crow I detest the Carrion Crow! (He's a raven, don't you know?) He's a greedy glutton, also, and a ghoul, And his sanctimonious caw Rubs my temper ...Rate it:

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Old Adam, the Carrion Crow
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
Old Adam, the carrion crow, The old crow of Cairo; He sat in the shower, and let it flow Under his tail and over his crest; ...Rate it:

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The Crow
John Burroughs
I My friend and neighbor through the year, Self-appointed overseer Of my crops of fruit and grain, Of my woods and furrowed plain, Claim thy tit...Rate it:

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Robert Herrick
Bell-man of night, if I about shall go For to deny my Master, do thou crow! Thou stop'st Saint Peter in the midst of sin; Stay me, by crowing, ere ...Rate it:

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Edward Thomas
OUT of the wood of thoughts that grows by night To be cut down by the sharp ax of light,-- Out of the night, two cocks together crow, Cleaving t...Rate it:

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The crow
Kobayashi Issa
The crow walks along there as if it were tilling the field. Translated by Robert Hass Rate it:

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Above Crow's Nest [Sydney]
Henry Lawson
A BLANKET low and leaden, Though rent across the west, Whose darkness seems to deaden The brightest and the best; A sunset white and staring On clo...Rate it:

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The Song at Cock-Crow
Rudyard Kipling
1918 -- Ille autem iterum negavit. The first time that Peter denied his Lord He shrank from the cudgel, the scourge and the cord, But followed far...Rate it:

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Vanished At Cock-Crow
Ambrose Bierce
'I've found the secret of your charm,' I said, Expounding with complacency my guess. Alas! the charm, even as I named it, fled, For all its secret ...Rate it:

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What The Scare-Crow Said
Vachel Lindsay
The dim-winged spirits of the night Do fear and serve me well. They creep from out the hedges of The garden where I dwell. I wave my arms across t...Rate it:

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Why the Jackass Laughs
Andrew Barton Paterson
The Boastful Crow and the Laughing Jack Were telling tales of the outer back: "I've just been travelling far and wide, At the back of Bourke and...Rate it:

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Two Old Crows
Vachel Lindsay
Two old crows sat on a fence rail. Two old crows sat on a fence rail, Thinking of effect and cause, Of weeds and flowers, And nature's laws. One of...Rate it:

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Robert curran
-- Live to EAT OR EAT to Live To eat is the feat Which food doesn’t matter? It is all good to eat meat Or lots of eggs and butter Just don’t tell y...Rate it:

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The Light o' the Moon
Vachel Lindsay
[How different people and different animals look upon the moon: showing that each creature finds in it his own mood and disposition] The Old Horse...Rate it:

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60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
Bio Of Mario William Vitale The language and images of Mario Vitale's poetry are so closely bound to the natural cycles of seasons, of generations...Rate it:

(4.00 / 1 vote)

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