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Gipsies
John Clare
The snow falls deep; the forest lies alone; The boy goes hasty for his load of brakes, Then thinks upon the fire and hurries back; The gipsy knocks...Rate it:

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Gipsies
William Wordsworth
Yet are they here the same unbroken knot Of human Beings, in the self-same spot! Men, women, children, yea the frame Of the whole spectacle the sam...Rate it:

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The Three Gipsies
Nikolaus Franz Niembsch Edler von Strehlenau
Three gipsy men I saw one day Stretched out on the grass together, As wearily o'er the sandy way My wagon brushed the heather. The first of the th...Rate it:

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Gipsy Too
Henry Lawson
day what the world might say, For I came of the Gipsies too. ‘Oh! the Gipsy crowd are a mongrel loRate it:

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The Cross Roads; Or, The Haymaker's Story
John Clare
join in love's delightful themes, Truths told by gipsies, and expounded dreams; And mutter things kRate it:

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An Adventure in the Life of King James V of Scotland
William Topaz McGonagall
himself so gallantly, That he attacked the gipsies with his flail, and made them flee. Then he toRate it:

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Attempted Assassination of the Queen
William Topaz McGonagall
men that's unemploy'd. And she also gives the gipsies money While at Balmoral, I've been told, AnRate it:

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Bohémiens En Voyage (Gypsies On The Road)
Charles Baudelaire
darkness. — Translated by William Aggeler Gipsies on the Road The tribe of seers, last night, bRate it:

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Foreign Lands
Henry Lawson
over, we were born in Foreign Lands. When the gipsies stole the children still, in village tale aRate it:

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George And The Chimney-Sweep
Ann Taylor
Lest boys with you should make some sport, Or gipsies you should meet. ' Yet, though forbidden, Rate it:

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Gipsy Vans
Rudyard Kipling
are finished, your God and your wife And the Gipsies'll laugh at you! Then you can rot inRate it:

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Gypsy Vans
Rudyard Kipling
you are finished, your God and your wife And the Gipsies'll laugh at you! Then you can rot in yourRate it:

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Moeurs Contemporaines
Ezra Pound
in asthetics. 2 His brother has taken to gipsies, But the son-in-law of Mr. H. Styrax Objects to pRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act III
John Keats
a poor waiter? Why, man, how you stare! What gipsies have you been carousing with? No, no more wineRate it:

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Spain
Katharine Lee Bates
New England snows Flash visions from afar, Lithe gipsies on their toes Dancing to gay guitar; With Rate it:

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The Child Of The Islands - Summer
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
more be found! And happy seems the life that gipsies lead, Who make their rest where mossy banks Rate it:

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The Coastwise Lights
Rudyard Kipling
of the Morn! Beat up, beat in from Southerly, O gipsies of the Horn! Swift shuttles of an Empire's Rate it:

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The Four Children
Dora Sigerson Shorter
knelt Geraldine. Quoth John, 'I'll ride on the gipsies' road, For narrow space and a small abode WoRate it:

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The Maid Of The Mill's Repentance
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
booty, both clothes and purse,-- As bad as you gipsies, and even worse, Such tales find ready creRate it:

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The Men Who Sleep With Danger
Henry Lawson
home? They know and feel our 'warnings' As only Gipsies do; They know the Norse Vardoger – They heaRate it:

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The Scholar-Gipsy
Matthew Arnold
antique shape, and cloak of grey, The same the gipsies wore. Shepherds had met him on the Hurst in Rate it:

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The Wander-Light
Henry Lawson
fellows will deride, For his mothers they were gipsies All on his good mother's side." And my dRate it:

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