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Were I Man Grown
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Were I man grown, I'd stand With clean heart, soul, and hand, An honor to this land. I would be good and true. I would not smoke and chew As ma...Rate it:

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Grown And Flown
Christina Georgina Rossetti
I loved my love from green of Spring Until sere Autumn's fall; But now that leaves are withering How should one love at all? One heart's too sm...Rate it:

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Grown-Up Talk
Katherine Mansfield
Half-Past-Six and I were talking In a very grown-up way; We had got so tired with running That we did not want to play. "How do babies come, I won...Rate it:

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Sonnet 52: A Strife Is Grown
Sir Philip Sidney
A strife is grown between Virtue and Love, While each pretends that Stella must be his: Her eyes, her lips, her all, saith Love, do this Since t...Rate it:

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The World Has Grown So Grey
Arthur Henry Adams
THE world has grown so grey, love, The weary world so wide; And autumn seems to stay, love— 'T was autumn when you died. And everything is ...Rate it:

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Too soon, life has swept each one away; I now feel what my parents must have felt. Old age for me midlife for them. Then our next generation comes....Rate it:

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Bartimeus Grown Old
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
YEA, I am he that dwelt beside this tomb. I was a child. God smote me from the sun. A little while, I had forgot to run Under the rain-sweet roof o...Rate it:

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Crazy Jane Grown Old Looks At The Dancers
William Butler Yeats
I found that ivory image there Dancing with her chosen youth, But when he wound her coal-black hair As though to strangle her, no scream Or bodily ...Rate it:

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Edna St. Vincent Millay
Was it for this I uttered prayers, And sobbed and cursed and kicked the stairs, That now, domestic as a plate, I should retire at half-pas...Rate it:

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The Grown-Up
Rainer Maria Rilke
All this stood upon her and was the world and stood upon her with all its fear and grace as trees stand, growing straight up, imageless yet wholly ...Rate it:

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The Little Big Man
Rabindranath Tagore
I am small because I am a little child. I shall be big when I am as old as my father is. My teacher will come and say, "It is late, bring your ...Rate it:

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Coming Home
Gary Dacus
The pain gets stronger each and every day I hide it from all I can One day I will I will share my fears Right now I have to be the man I fear ever...Rate it:

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An Epistle To Fleetwood Shephard, Esq.
Matthew Prior
When crowding folks, with strange ill faces, Were making legs, and begging places, And some with patents, some with merit, Tired out my good Lord ...Rate it:

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Baucis And Philemon
Jonathan Swift
IN ancient times, as story tells, The saints would often leave their cells, And stroll about, but hide their quality, To try good people's hospital...Rate it:

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Algernon Charles Swinburne
WHAT shall be said between us here Among the downs, between the trees, In fields that knew our feet last year, In sight of quiet sands and seas, Th...Rate it:

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In the Old Age of the Soul
Ezra Pound
I do not choose to dream; there cometh on me Some strange old lust for deeds. As to the nerveless hand of some old warrior The sword-hilt or the wa...Rate it:

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Paracelsus In Excelsis
Ezra Pound
‘Being no longer human, why should I Pretend humanity or don the frail attire? Men have I known and men, but never one Was grown so free an essence...Rate it:

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Past Carin'
Henry Lawson
Now up and down the siding brown The great black crows are flyin', And down below the spur, I know, Another `milker's' dyin'; The crops have...Rate it:

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Running To Paradise
William Butler Yeats
As I came over Windy Gap They threw a halfpenny into my cap. For I am running to paradise; And all that I need do is to wish And somebody puts his ...Rate it:

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The Daddy Long-Legs and the Fly
Edward Lear
Once Mr Daddy Long-Legs, Dressed in brown and gray, Walked about upon the sands Upon a summer's day; And there among the pebbles, When the wind was...Rate it:

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The Further Bank
Rabindranath Tagore
I long to go over there to the further bank of the river. Where those boats are tied to the bamboo poles in a line; Where men cross over in...Rate it:

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The Hanging Of The Crane
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The lights are out, and gone are all the guests That thronging came with merriment and jests To celebrate the Hanging of the Crane In the new ho...Rate it:

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The Hemp
Stephen Vincent Benet
(A Virginia Legend.) The Planting of the Hemp. Captain Hawk scourged clean the seas (Black is the gap below the plank) From the Great North Ba...Rate it:

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The Reformer
John Greenleaf Whittier
ALL grim and soiled and brown with tan, I saw a Strong One, in his wrath, Smiting the godless shrines of man Along his path. The Church, beneath he...Rate it:

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Charles Churchill
The Time hath been, a boyish, blushing Time, When Modesty was scarcely held a crime, When the most Wicked had some touch of grace, And trembled ...Rate it:

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