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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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The Twenty Hoss-Power Shay
Ellis Parker Butler
You have heard of the wonderful one-hoss shay That was built in such a logical way It ran a hundred years to a day. And then, of a sudden, it up an...Rate it:

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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'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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Casey's Table D'Hote
Eugene Field
Oh, them days on Red Hoss Mountain, when the skies wuz fair 'nd blue, When the money flowed like likker, 'nd the folks wuz brave 'nd true! When the...Rate it:

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Saltbush Bill on the Patriarchs
Andrew Barton Paterson
Come all you little rouseabouts and climb upon my knee; To-day, you see, is Christmas Day, and so it’s up to me To give you some instruction like...Rate it:

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The Deserted Cottage
Mary Darby Robinson
Who dwelt in yonder lonely Cot, Why is it thus forsaken? It seems, by all the world forgot, Above its path the high grass grows, And through its th...Rate it:

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Joseph’s Dreams and Reuben's Brethren [A Recital in Six Chapters]
Henry Lawson
CHAPTER I I cannot blame old Israel yet, For I am not a sage— I shall not know until I get The son of my old age. The mysteries of this Vale of Te...Rate it:

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The King of the Vasse
John Boyle O'Reilly
A LEGEND OF THE BUSH. MY tale which I have brought is of a time Ere that fair Southern land was stained with crime, Brought thitherward in reeki...Rate it:

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Rachel
Anna Akhmatova
When Jacob and Rachel met for the first time, He bowed to her like a humble wayfarer. The herds were raising hot dust to the skies, The little wel...Rate it:

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The Deliverance
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Master only left old Mistus One bright and handsome boy; But she fairly doted on him, He was her pride and joy. We all liked Mister Thomas, He was...Rate it:

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Camptown Races
Stephen C. Foster
De Camptown ladies sing dis song -- Doo-dah! doo-dah! De Camptown racetrack five miles long -- Oh! doo-dah day! I come down dah wid my hat caved in...Rate it:

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Dat Ol' Mare O' Mine
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Want to trade me, do you, mistah? Oh, well, now, I reckon not, W'y you could n't buy my Sukey fu' a thousan' on de spot. Dat ol' mare o' mine? Yes,...Rate it:

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Gwine to Run All Night, or De Camptown Races
Stephen C. Foster
1 De Camptown ladies sing dis song -- [Chorus] Doo-dah! doo-dah! 2 [Solo] De Camp-town race-track five miles long -- [Chorus] Oh! doo-dah ...Rate it:

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Marthy's younkit
Eugene Field
The mountain brook sung lonesomelike, and loitered on its way Ez if it waited for a child to jine it in its play; The wild-flowers uv the hillside ...Rate it:

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Old Spense
Isabella Valancy Crawford
You've seen his place, I reckon, friend? 'Twas rather kind ov tryin'. The way he made the dollars fly, Such gimcrack things a-buyin'-- He spent a b...Rate it:

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The Conversazzhony
Eugene Field
What conversazzhyonies wuz I really did not know, For that, you must remember, wuz a powerful spell ago; The camp wuz new 'nd noisy, 'nd only modri...Rate it:

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To My Old Friend, William Leachman
James Whitcomb Riley
Fer forty year and better you have been a friend to me, Through days of sore afflictions and dire adversity, You allus had a kind word of counsul t...Rate it:

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Tugg Martin
James Whitcomb Riley
I. Tugg Martin's tough.--No doubt o' that! And down there at The town he come from word's bin sent Advisin' this-here Settle-ment To kindo' _humor...Rate it:

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