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Jacob Charles Twiney
Sonia Walker
Jacob Charles Twiney, a carpenter by trade, journeyed to Alaska to seek him a fair maid, he met Twila Lindsey at Scotty's Cafe, she was the waitres...Rate it:

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Jacob Homnium’s Hoss
William Makepeace Thackeray
One sees in Viteall Yard, Vere pleacemen do resort, A wenerable hinstitute, 'Tis call'd the Pallis Court. A gent as got his i on it, I think 'twill...Rate it:

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Jacob's Ladder
John Newton
If the Lord our leader be, We may follow without fear; East or West, by land or sea, Home, with him, is everywhere; When from Esau Jacob fled, Thou...Rate it:

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John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
Anonymous Americas
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, His name is my name too. Whenever we go out, The people always shout, There goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt....Rate it:

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My Name Is Jacob
John Newton
Nay, I cannot let Thee go, Till a blessing thou bestow; Do not turn away thy face, Mine's an urgent pressing case. Dost thou ask me, who I am? Ah...Rate it:

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Fragment of a Character of Jacob Tonson, His Publisher
John Dryden
With leering looks, bull-faced, and freckled fair, With two left legs, and Judas-coloured hair, And frowzy pores that taint the ambient air. Rate it:

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Jacob Godbey
Edgar Lee Masters
How did you feel, you libertarians, Who spent your talents rallying noble reasons Around the saloon, as if Liberty Was not to be found anywhere exc...Rate it:

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Jacob Goodpasture
Edgar Lee Masters
When Fort Sumter fell and the war came I cried out in bitterness of soul: "O glorious republic now no more!" When they buried my soldier son To the...Rate it:

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Wrestling Jacob
Charles Wesley
FIRST PART. Come, O thou Traveller unknown, Whom still I hold, but cannot see; My company before is gone, And I am left alone with thee; With thee...Rate it:

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Bristowe Tragedie: Or The Dethe Of Syr Charles Badwin
Thomas Chatterton
THE featherd songster chaunticleer Han wounde hys bugle horne, And tolde the earlie villager The commynge of the morne. Kynge EDWARDE sawe the rudd...Rate it:

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Here’s a Health to King Charles
Sir Walter Scott
Bring the bowl which you boast, Fill it up to the brim; ’Tis to him we love most, And to all who love him. Brave gallants, stand up, And avaun...Rate it:

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The Lime-tree Bower my Prison [Addressed to Charles Lamb, o
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Well, they are gone, and here must I remain, This lime-tree bower my prison! I have lost Beauties and feelings, such as would have been M...Rate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the most Incomparable K. Charles the First
Henry King
Call for amazed thoughts, a wounded sense And bleeding Hearts at our Intelligence. Call for that Trump of Death the Mandrakes Groan Which kills ...Rate it:

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ASTRÆA REDUX. A Poem, on the Happy Restoration and Return of His Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second
John Dryden
Now with a general peace the world was blest, While ours, a world divided from the rest, A dreadful quiet felt, and worser far Than arms, a sull...Rate it:

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Charles, A Man's Man
Jim Richardson
Today, do not mourn Charles, mourn for all that know not Christ. Today We bid a sad but fond farewell to Charles. A sad farewell knowing that we w...Rate it:

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Windsor Poetics : Lines Composed On The Occasion Of His Royal Highness The Prince Regent Being Seen Standing Between The Coffins Of Henry VIII And Charles I, In The Royal Vault At Windsor
George Gordon Lord Byron
Famed for contemptuous breach of sacred ties, By headless Charles see heartless Henry lies; Between them stands another sceptred thing-- It moves, ...Rate it:

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Charles And Peter
Ambrose Bierce
Ere Gabriel's note to silence died All graves of men were gaping wide. Then Charles A. Dana, of 'The Sun,' Rose slowly from the deepest one. 'The...Rate it:

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Charles Augustus Fortescue
Hilaire Belloc
The nicest child I ever knew Was Charles Augustus Fortescue. He never lost his cap, or tore His stockings or his pinafore: In eating Bread he made ...Rate it:

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Charles Carville's Eyes
Edwin Arlington Robinson
A melanholy face Charles Carville had, But not so melancholy as it seemed, When once you knew him, for his mouth redeemed His insufficient eyes, ...Rate it:

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Envoy--To Charles Baxter
William Ernest Henley
Do you remember That afternoon--that Sunday afternoon! - When, as the kirks were ringing in, And the grey city teemed With Sabbath feelings and asp...Rate it:

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Sonnet IV. To Charles Diodati. (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
Charles--and I say it wond'ring--thou must know That I who once assum'd a scornful air, And scoff'd at love, am fallen in his snare (Full many an u...Rate it:

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Threnodia Augustalis: A Funeral Pindaric Poem, Sacred To The Happy Memory Of King Charles II.
John Dryden
I. Thus long my grief has kept me dumb: Sure there's a lethargy in mighty woe, Tears stand congealed, and cannot flow; And the sad soul retires ...Rate it:

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To Charles Cowden Clarke
John Keats
Oft have you seen a swan superbly frowning, And with proud breast his own white shadow crowning; He slants his neck beneath the waters bright So...Rate it:

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To His Honoured and Most Ingenious Friend Mr. Charles Cotton
Robert Herrick
For brave comportment, wit without offence, Words fully flowing, yet of influence: Thou art that man of men, the man alone, Worthy the public ad...Rate it:

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TO HIS HONOURED AND MOST INGENIOUS FRIENDMR CHARLES COTTON
Robert Herrick
For brave comportment, wit without offence, Words fully flowing, yet of influence, Thou art that man of men, the man alone Worthy the public admira...Rate it:

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