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His Bit
Katharine Lee Bates
GALLANTLY swung the old carpenter up to his door, Drums and fifes in his tread, But softly he crossed the braided mats on the floor, Gently he stro...Rate it:

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A Little Bit Of
Nikhil Parekh
A little bit of water to quench my thirst; pacifying smoldering flames in my throat, A little bit of cloth encapsulating my shriveled demeanor; o...Rate it:

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In Every Bit Of
Nikhil Parekh
In every bit of white enamel engulfing teeth; there sleeps calcium, in every bit of morbid stone; there sleeps a radiant crystal, in every bit of...Rate it:

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Just Whistle A Bit
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Just whistle a bit, if the day be dark, And the sky be overcast: If mute be the voice of the piping lark, Why, pipe your own small blast. And it's...Rate it:

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To a Lady with an Unruly and Ill-mannered Dog Who Bit several Persons of Importance
Sir Walter Raleigh
Your dog is not a dog of grace; He does not wag the tail or beg; He bit Miss Dickson in the face; He bit a Bailie in the leg. Wha...Rate it:

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A Little Bit of Garden
William Henry Ogilvie
We need no crown or sceptre, for now that it is spring, just a little bit of garden- and every man's a king! A little breadth of border, a little ...Rate it:

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Alf’s Eighth Bit
Ezra Pound
Vex not thou the banker's mind (His what?) with a show of sense, Vex it not, Willie, his mind, Or pierce its pretence On the supposition that it ev...Rate it:

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Alf’s Ninth Bit
Ezra Pound
Listen, my children, and you shall hear The midnight activities of Whats-his Name, Scarcely a general now known to fame Can tell you of that famous...Rate it:

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Alf’s Sixth Bit
Ezra Pound
Let some new lying ass, Who knows not what is or was, Talk economics, Pay for his witless noise, Get the kid nice new toys, Call him 'professor'. ...Rate it:

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Alf’s Twelfth Bit
Ezra Pound
BALLAD FOR THE TIMES' SPECIAL SILVER NUMBER Sez the Times a silver lining Is what has set us pining, Montague, Montague! In the season sad and we...Rate it:

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Alf’s Fifth Bit
Ezra Pound
The pomps of butchery, financial power, Told 'em to die in war, and then to save, Then cut their saving to the half or lower; When will this system...Rate it:

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A Bit Of Science
Ambrose Bierce
What! photograph in colors? 'Tis a dream And he who dreams it is not overwise, If colors are vibration they but seem, And have no being. But if Tyn...Rate it:

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Alf’s Fourth Bit
Ezra Pound
Rudyard the dud yard, Rudyard the false measure, Told 'em that glory Ain't always a pleasure, But said it wuz glorious nevertheless To lick the boo...Rate it:

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Alf’s Second Bit
Ezra Pound
THE NEO-COMMUNE Manhood of England, Dougth of the Shires, Want Russia to save 'em And answer their prayers. Want Russia to save 'em, Lenin to save...Rate it:

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Alf’s Seventh Bit
Ezra Pound
Did I 'ear it 'arf in a doze: The Co-ops was a goin' somewhere, Did I 'ear it while pickin' 'ops; How they better start takin' care, That the pape...Rate it:

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Alf’s Tenth Bit
Ezra Pound
WIND Scarce and thin, scarce and thin The government's excuse, Never at all will they do Aught of the slightest use. Over the dying half-wits blow...Rate it:

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Alf’s Third Bit
Ezra Pound
DOLE THE BELL! BELL THE DOLE! Whom can these duds attack? Soapy Sime? Slipp'ry Mac? Naught but a shirt is there Such as the fascists wear, Never t...Rate it:

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Another Bit And An Offer
Ezra Pound
I see by the morning papers That America's sturdy sons Have started a investigation Of the making of guns. The morning paper tells me They have as...Rate it:

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Prologue to His Royal Highness, Upon His First Appearance at the Duke's Theatre After His Return from Scotland.
John Dryden
In those cold regions which no summers cheer, Where brooding darkness covers half the year, To hollow caves the shivering natives go, Bears rang...Rate it:

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Lay His Sword By His Side
Thomas Moore
Lay his sword by his side -- it hath served him too well Not to rest near his pillow below; To the last moment true, from his hand ere it fell, ...Rate it:

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An Ode To The King, At His Returning From Scotland To The Queen, After His Coronation There
Sir Henry Wotton
Rouse up thy self, my gentle Muse, Though now our green conceits be gray, And yet once more do not refuse To take thy Phrygian Harp, and play In ho...Rate it:

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To His Noble Friend, Mr. Richard Lovelace, Upon His Poems
Andrew Marvell
Sir, Our times are much degenerate from those Which your sweet muse with your fair fortune chose, And as complexions alter with the climes, Our...Rate it:

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‘He came unto His own, and His own received Him not’
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
As Christ the Lord was passing by, He came, one night, to a cottage door. He came, a poor man, to the poor; He had no bed whereon to lie. ...Rate it:

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To A Gentleman On His Voyage To Great-Britain For The Recovery Of His Health
Phillis Wheatley
WHILE others chant of gay Elysian scenes, Of balmy zephyrs, and of flow'ry plains, My song more happy speaks a greater name, Feels higher motives a...Rate it:

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Stanzas Written By Thomson On The Blank Leaf Of A Copy Of His 'Seasons' Sent By Him To Mr. Lyttleton, Soon After The Death Of His Wife
James Thomson
Go, little book, and find our Friend, Who Nature and the Muses loves, Who cares the public virtues blend With all the softness of the groves. A fi...Rate it:

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