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Happy the Lab'rer
Jane Austen
Happy the lab'rer in his Sunday clothes! In light-drab coat, smart waistcoat, well-darn'd hose, Andhat upon his head, to church he goes; As oft, wi...Rate it:

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An Essay On The Different Stiles Of Poetry
Thomas Parnell
undeserving Soil, Where only Weeds from heavy Labour grow, Which yet the Nation prune, and keep forRate it:

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To S. M. A Young African Painter, On Seeing His Works
Phillis Wheatley
TO show the lab'ring bosom's deep intent, And thought in living characters to paint, When first thy pencil did those beauties give, And breathing f...Rate it:

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Bachaey ki duaa
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
lab pe aatii hai duaa banake tamannaa merii zindagii shammaa kii surat ho Khudaayaa merii duur duniyaa kaa mere dam a.Ndheraa no jaaye har jagah m...Rate it:

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Rural Sports: A Georgic - Canto II.
John Gay
chase refrain, Nor render all the ploughman's labour vain, When Ceres pours out plenty from her horRate it:

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Shikwaa
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Se Maamoor Hain Hum; Nala Aata Hai Agar Lab Pe Tho Ma'zoor Hain Hum. Aye Khuda Shikwa-e-Arbaab-eRate it:

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A Farewell To Tobacco
Charles Lamb
too in the female way, While thou suck'st the lab'ring breath Faster than kisses or than death. ThRate it:

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AN ELEGY Upon the most victorious King of Sweden Gustavus Adolphus
Henry King
which ushers death My thoughts hang on me, & my lab'ring breath Stopt up with sighs, my fancie biRate it:

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An EPISTLE from Alexander to Hephaestion In His Sickness
Anne Kingsmill Finch
such a Pulse, with such disorder'd Veins, Such lab'ring Breath, as thy Disease constrains; With fRate it:

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An Imitation of Spenser
William Blake
that lurk in lonely cell O Mercury, assist my lab'ring sense That round the circle of the world woRate it:

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Aspiring Miss DeLaine
Francis Bret Harte
drew up at the modest back door Of Brown's lab'ratory, and, full in the glare Of a big purple bottlRate it:

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ASTRÆA REDUX. A Poem, on the Happy Restoration and Return of His Sacred Majesty, Charles the Second
John Dryden
of war. Thus when black clouds draw down the lab'ring skies, Ere yet abroad the winged thunder flRate it:

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Cyder: Book I
John Arthur Phillips
a matchless Friend. Who-e'er expects his lab'ring Trees shou'd bend With Fruitage, and a kinRate it:

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Dr. Parnel To Dr. Swift, On His Birth-day, November 30th, MDCCXIII
Thomas Parnell
solid, as in wit refin'd, Resolv'd I sing: Tho' lab'ring up the way To reach my theme, O Swift, accRate it:

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Euphelia
Helen Maria Williams
cast, "Ye winds," she cried, "still heave the lab'ring deep, The mountain shake, the howling foresRate it:

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Habakkuk
Thomas Parnell
deep recess portends an act of weight, A message lab'ring with the work of fate. Methinks the SkieRate it:

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Harvests
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
all find work in that field. Man toiling, lab’ring with fevered strain, High office or golden priRate it:

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hastee apnee Hubaab kee see hai
Meer Taqi Meer
numa'ish suraab kee see hai naazukee uss ke lab kee kya kahiye paNkhaRee ik gulaab kee see hai Rate it:

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Homer's Battle Of The Frogs And Mice. Book III
Thomas Parnell
immense of Size the Warrior bore, A Load for lab'ring Earth, whose Bulk to raise, Asks ten degen'raRate it:

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Hymn 37 part 1
Isaac Watts
the God of love designed, Employs and fills my lab'ring mind. Begin, my soul, the heav'nly song, ARate it:

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Hymn to Science
Mark Akenside
each bewilder'd thought, And bless my lab'ring mind. But first with thy resistlessRate it:

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Lines Written on the Sea-Coast
Mary Darby Robinson
whistling winds from lurid clouds descend. The lab'ring wreck, contending with the wave, Mounts tRate it:

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Ode to Envy
Mary Darby Robinson
to their native dust: Thy ever-watchful eye no labour tires, Beneath thy venom'd touch the angel Rate it:

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Ode to Meditation
Mary Darby Robinson
WISDOM; calm DESIRES; Prolific SCIENCE,­lab'ring ART; And GENIUS, with expanded heart. Far fromRate it:

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On The Death Of Rev. Mr. George Whitefield
Phillis Wheatley
the hand of death, Whitefield no more exerts his lab'ring breath, Yet let us view him in th' eternaRate it:

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