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La Fée Et La Péri (The Fay And The Peri)
Victor Marie Hugo
I Enfants ! si vous mouriez, gardez bien qu'un esprit De la route des cieux ne détourne votre âme ! Voici ce qu'autrefois un vieux sage m'apprit ...Rate it:

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IF LAWYER'S HAND IS FEE'D
John Gay
ever was decreed, sir, If lawyer's hand is fee'd, sir, He steals your whole estate. Rate it:

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FEE'D
Hubbs
Soiled earth...pestilence spreads...sprayed pesticide Genetic modification...force fed genocide Merely quite contrary how does the garden not natur...Rate it:

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HELL FEE
Hubbs
Poisonous supplements are callously sold through greed Sufferers developed with irresistible urges to fill a need Afflicted by symptoms pills bare...Rate it:

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Le trésor
Guillaume Apollinaire
Jadis, jadis vivait m'amie Une princesse aux cheveux d'or, En quel pays ? Ne le sais mie. Jadis, jadis vivait m'amie La fée Yra, so...Rate it:

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Bon conseil aux amants
Victor Marie Hugo
L'amour fut de tout temps un bien rude Ananké. Si l'on ne veut pas être à la porte flanqué, Dès qu'on aime une belle, on s'observe, on se scrute ...Rate it:

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Edom O' Gordon
Andrew Lang
It fell about the Martinmas, When the wind blew shrill and cauld, Said Edom o' Gordon to his men,-- 'We maun draw to a hald. 'And whatna hald sha...Rate it:

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Edom O'Gordon
Anonymous Americas
It fell about the Martinmas, When the wind blew shrill and cauld, Said Edom o' Gordon to his men, 'We maun draw to a hauld. 'And whatna hauld sall ...Rate it:

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Old Town Types No. 10 - Big Doc Littlejohn
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Big Doc. Littlejohn, and ugly man and tall, He wasn't very graceful, no part of him was small; Big, frame, big head, huge hands, and red; But gentl...Rate it:

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The Four Angels
Rudyard Kipling
As Adam lay a-dreaming beneath the Apple Tree The Angel of the Earth came down, and offered Earth in fee; But Adam did not need it, Nor the plough ...Rate it:

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The Heir Of Lynne
Andrew Lang
Of all the lords in faire Scotland A song I will begin: Amongst them all dwelled a lord Which was the unthrifty Lord of Lynne. His father and moth...Rate it:

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The Hypnotist
Andrew Barton Paterson
A man once read with mind surprised Of the way that people were "hypnotised"; By waving hands you produced, forsooth, A kind of trance where men...Rate it:

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Army Headquarters
Rudyard Kipling
Old is the song that I sing -- Old as my unpaid bills -- Old as the chicken that kitmutgars bring Men at dak-bungalows -- old as the Hills. Ahas...Rate it:

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Oriande
Guillaume Apollinaire
La fée Oriande vivait dans son château de Rose-Fleur C'est ici quand ce fut le déclin du printemps l'édification des Roses Oriande y dort comme un ...Rate it:

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Robin Hood And The Butcher
Andrew Lang
Come, all you brave gallants, and listen awhile, With hey down, down, an a down, That are in the bowers within; For of Robin Hood, that archer good...Rate it:

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Satire V
John Donne
Thou shalt not laugh in this leafe, Muse, nor they Whom any pity warmes; He which did lay Rules to make Courtiers, (hee being understood May mak...Rate it:

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The Broomfield Hill
Andrew Lang
There was a knight and lady bright Set trysts amo the broom, The one to come at morning eav, The other at afternoon. 'I'll wager a wager wi' you,'...Rate it:

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The Elphin Nourrice
Andrew Lang
I heard a cow low, a bonnie cow low, An' a cow low down in yon glen; Lang, lang will my young son greet, Or his mither bid him come ben. I heard a...Rate it:

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The Haughty Actor
William Schwenck Gilbert
AN actor - GIBBS, of Drury Lane - Of very decent station, Once happened in a part to gain Excessive approbation: It sometimes turns a fellow's brai...Rate it:

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The Heart Of The Bruce
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
It was upon an April morn, While yet the frost lay hoar, We heard Lord James's bugle-horn Sound by the rocky shore. Then down we went, a hundred k...Rate it:

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A Tongue—to tell Him I am true!
Emily Dickinson
A Tongue—to tell Him I am true! Its fee—to be of Gold— Had Nature—in Her monstrous House A single Ragged Child— To earn a Mine—would run That Inte...Rate it:

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GRATE TINKER
Hubbs
Philosophising while sitting on the toilet deep in contempt of late, thinking about faeces "I think, therefore I am not sure?" As for y...Rate it:

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I DEAL
Hubbs
Whilst at the iPad iPhone iMac to say "You have all hooked on the 'I' con" How ironic today Concerned about selfie Not self worth Unconce...Rate it:

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My Smiles
Ehsan Sehgal
The result of love meeting Became a burden of waiting Since someone left, Taking my smiles, And leaving loneliness, For me, forever A stranger ta...Rate it:

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Some Account of a New Play
Richard Harris Barham
'The play's the thing!'-- Hamlet. Tavistock Hotel, Nov. 1839. Dear Charles, -- In reply to your letter, and Fanny's, Lord Brougham, it appears...Rate it:

(4.00 / 1 vote)

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