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The Approach
Robert Nichols
On the Way Up The battery grinds and jingles, Mile succeeds to mile; Shaking the noonday sunshineRate it:

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The Day's March
Robert Nichols
The battery grides and jingles, Mile succeeds to mile; Shaking the noonday sunshine The guns lunge out awhile, And then are still awhile. We amble...Rate it:

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such worthless ideas many idly romanticise Jingles play as they fawn over dear model With no ken, uRate it:

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At Last
James Whitcomb Riley
like heralds of a dreaded doom? The door-latch jingles: in the doorway stands The doctor, while thRate it:

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Lola Ridge
to their foci tending… Light that jingles like anklet chains On bevies of little lithe twinkling fRate it:

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Is My Team Ploughing
Alfred Edward Housman
alive?" Ay, the horses trample, The harness jingles now; No change though you lie under The laRate it:

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Robert William Service
cradlehood I lisped in numbers, Made jingles even in my slumbers. Said Ma: "He'll be a bard, I knowRate it:

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That Pretty Girl in the Army
Henry Lawson
night is very near With a head that’s full of jingles – and the fumes of bottled beer; For I alwaysRate it:

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The Creditor To His Proud Debtor
George Moses Horton
be wise Your presence to evade; Your pocket jingles loud with cash, And thus you cut a foppish dRate it:

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The Morning Quatrains
Charles Cotton
Knowledge and to Virtue's slow. The fore-horse jingles on the road, The wagoner lugs on his load,Rate it:

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When The `Army' Prays For Watty
Henry Lawson
night is very near, With a head that's full of jingles and the fumes of bottled beer, For I alwayRate it:

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