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Hiram Scates
Edgar Lee Masters
I tried to win the nomination For president of the County-board And I made speeches all over the County Denouncing Solomon Purple, my rival, As an ...Rate it:

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Hiram Helsel
Julia A Moore
Air -- "Three Grains of Corn" Once was a boy, age fifteen years, Hiram Helsel was his name, And he was sick two years or so; He has left this worl...Rate it:

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Masonic
James McIntyre
The prominent names connected with Masonary are Kings Solomon and Hiram and Saint John, the parent Lodge is King Hiram in Ingersoll, and Saint John...Rate it:

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Banquet Night
Rudyard Kipling
"ONCE in so often," King Solomon said, Watching his quarrymen drill the stone, "We will curb our garlic and wine and bread And banquet together b...Rate it:

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The Spellin'-Bee
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I NEVER shall furgit that night when father hitched up Dobbin, An' all us youngsters clambered in an' down the road went bobbin' To school where we...Rate it:

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Père Lalemant
Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
I LIFT the Lord on high, Under the murmuring hemlock boughs, and see The small birds of the forest lingering by And making melody. These are mine a...Rate it:

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L'Homme Moyen Sensuel
Ezra Pound
‘Tis of my country that I would endite, In hope to set some misconceptions right. My country? I love it well, and those good fellows Who, since the...Rate it:

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Lines on Corner Stone
James McIntyre
Impromptu lines delivered at the laying of the corner store of the church on Culloden road, with Masonic honors. In this quiet spot, this day of J...Rate it:

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Off the Turnpike
Amy Lowell
Good ev'nin', Mis' Priest. I jest stepped in to tell you Good-bye. Yes, it's all over. All my things is packed An' every last one o' them boxes Is ...Rate it:

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The Merchantmen
Rudyard Kipling
King Solomon drew merchantmen, Because of his desire For peacocks, apes, and ivory, From Tarshish unto Tyre: With cedars out of Lebanon Which Hi...Rate it:

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The Rivals
Paul Laurence Dunbar
'TWAS three an' thirty year ago, I When I was ruther young, you know, I had my last an' only fight About a gal one summer night. 'Twas me an' Zekel...Rate it:

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