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Grandfather Squeers
James Whitcomb Riley
'My grandfather Squeers,' said The Raggedy Man, As he solemnly lighted his pipe and began-- 'The most indestructible man, for his years, And the g...Rate it:

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Grandfather Bridgeman
George Meredith
I 'Heigh, boys!' cried Grandfather Bridgeman, 'it's time before dinner to-day.' He lifted the crumpled letter, and thumped a surprising 'Hurrah!...Rate it:

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Sequel to Grandfather's Clock
Henry Clay Work
Once again have I roamed thro' the old-fashioned house, Where my grandfather spent his ninety years. There are strangers in charge, and the change ...Rate it:

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Grandfather's Divorce
Kurt Philip Behm
He never told me when he left her, I’d go through a Grandfather’s divorce The kids remote and distant all contact scant and forced My love si...Rate it:

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The Great Grandfather
Charles Lamb
My father's grandfather lives still, His age is fourscore years and ten; He looks a monument of time, The agedest of aged men. Though years lie on...Rate it:

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Companions - A Tale Of A Grandfather
Charles Stuart Calverley
I KNOW not of what we ponder’d Or made pretty pretence to talk, As, her hand within mine, we wander’d Tow’rd the pool by the lime-tree walk...Rate it:

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Great Grandfather John
Kurt Philip Behm
I love you but I don’t know you, I miss you, though you’ve never been here I long for what the years have stolen… a vacant memory so dear I ...Rate it:

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The Death of Grandfather
Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Blok
We waited commonly for sleep or even death. The instances were wearisome as ages. But suddenly the wind's refreshing breath Touched through the ...Rate it:

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What Grandfather Said
Alfred Noyes
(_An epistle from a narrow-minded old gentleman to a young artist of superior intellect and intense realism._) Your thoughts are for the poor and ...Rate it:

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A Pastoral
Ellis Parker Butler
Just as the sun was setting Back of the Western hills Grandfather stood by the window Eating the last of his pills. And Grandmother, by the cupboa...Rate it:

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The Seven Sages
William Butler Yeats
The First. My great-grandfather spoke to Edmund Burke In Grattan's house. The Second. My great-grandfather shared A pot-house bench with Oliver Gol...Rate it:

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The Loss
AKELLA S. RATNAM
The Loss Heinous crime it was My grandfather said; though The loss was marginal for the owner. A sunny morning. My father who Rides roughshod to h...Rate it:

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The Centenarian
Robert William Service
Great Grandfather was ninety-nine And so it was our one dread, That though his health was superfine He'd fail to make the hundred. Though...Rate it:

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The New-England Boy's Song About Thanksgiving Day
Lydia Maria Francis Child
Over the river, and through the wood, To grandfather's house we go; The horse knows the way, To carry the sleigh, Through the white and drifted ...Rate it:

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The Old Armchair
Robert William Service
In all the pubs from Troon to Ayr Grandfather's father would repair With Bobby Burns, a drouthy pair, The glass to ...Rate it:

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Thespis: Act II
William Schwenck Gilbert
DRAMATIS PERSONAE GODS Jupiter, Aged Diety Apollo, Aged Diety Mars, Aged Diety Diana, Aged Diety Mercury ...Rate it:

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Under The Round Tower
William Butler Yeats
'ALTHOUGH I'd lie lapped up in linen A deal I'd sweat and little earn If I should live as live the neighbours,' Cried the beggar, Billy Byrne; 'Str...Rate it:

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Whose Key
Kurt Philip Behm
My Grandfather was a Poet, my Father was a thief Their spirits fight to own my soul —my Son in cradle sleeps My Grandfather spoke of beauty, my F...Rate it:

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On My Own Feet
Nikhil Parekh
Don't place me in a morbid graveyard; dolorously inundated with perpetually lifeless souls, Keep me instead in an island replete with boisterously...Rate it:

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A Melody Unsung
Kurt Philip Behm
Can you be distracted by the critic or the public acclaim Can you see through the fire and renew all that’s burned Can you look past the sign...Rate it:

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A Melody Unsung
Kurt Philip Behm
Can you be distracted by the critic or the public acclaim Can you see through the fire and renew all that’s burnt Can you look past the signp...Rate it:

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Adopt The Girl Child.
Nikhil Parekh
Think about the unbelievably unsurpassable amount of happiness that you'd be perpetuating in her life; by wholesomely freeing her from the clutches...Rate it:

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Baby Biddie, Just What do you call Two Mexican Firefighters?
Nobody Nose
This Saturday Night A rainy night I sit and think about My Baby Brigid's eyebrows They're just as thick as mine. I know about them - have seen her...Rate it:

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Childhood Summers
Donka Krsteva
In the Summer haze of purple and crimson rays, the air is hushed into stillness, as days fade into dusk. Crickets get louder, their song, a reminde...Rate it:

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Disastrously Abandoned me
Nikhil Parekh
How was the air ever related to me in even the most insouciant of manner; yet it perpetually ensured that my diminutive lungs; existed as the most ...Rate it:

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