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Potters' Clay
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Though the pitcher that goes to the sparkling rill Too oft gets broken at last, There are scores of others its place to fill When its earth to the ...Rate it:

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Clock-O'-Clay
John Clare
In the cowslip pips I lie, Hidden from the buzzing fly, While green grass beneath me lies, Pearled with dew like fishes' eyes, Here I lie, a clock-...Rate it:

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Mr. Clay’s Reception At Raleigh, April, 1844
George Moses Horton
Salute the august train! a scene so grand, With every tuneful band; The mighty brave, His country bound to save, Extends his aiding hand; For ...Rate it:

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The House of Clay
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
THERE was a house, a house of clay, Wherein the inmate sat all day, Merry and poor; For Hope sat with her, heart to heart, Fond and kin...Rate it:

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Oklahoma Clay
RD McManes
Most evenings, right around supper, when the sky was streaked red right before dark, the old man would talk of Oklahoma- the first time he hunted ...Rate it:

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Henry Clay
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Wail, winds of summer, as ye sweep The arching skies; O, let your echoes swell with deep, Woe-piercing cries! Old ocean, with a heavy surge, Cold,...Rate it:

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Genesis [God said: 'Let there be Man,' and from the clay]
Ambrose Bierce
God said: 'Let there be Man,' and from the clay Adam came forth and, thoughtful, walked away. The matrix whence his body was obtained, An empty, ma...Rate it:

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Hon. James B. Clay
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
Another pang for Southern hearts, That of late so oft have bled, Another name to add to the roll Of their mighty, patriot dead; A vacant place ’mid...Rate it:

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I would to heaven that I were so much clay
George Gordon Lord Byron
I would to heaven that I were so much clay, As I am blood, bone, marrow, passion, feeling - Because at least the past were passed away - And for...Rate it:

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The Clay
Jones Very
Thou shalt do what Thou wilt with thine own hand, Thou form'st the spirit like the moulded clay; For those who love Thee keep thy just command, And...Rate it:

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The Clay
John Le Gay Brereton
When I cast my slough of clay Put it quietly away. Let no bloom untimely fade Where my empty heart is laid. Ask no folk to crowd around With an a...Rate it:

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Things of Clay
Gamaliel Bradford
Sing a little, play a little, Laugh a little; for Life is so extremely brittle, Who would think of more? Every long-laid project shatters, Framed ...Rate it:

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When Coldness Wraps This Suffering Clay
George Gordon Lord Byron
When coldness wraps this suffering clay, Ah! whither strays the immortal mind? It cannot die, it cannot stay, But leaves its darken'd dust behind. ...Rate it:

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Clay’s Defeat
George Moses Horton
'Tis the hope of the noble defeated; The aim of the marksman is vain; The wish of destruction completed, The soldier eternally slain. When win...Rate it:

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An Epigram From Homer
William Cowper
Pay me my price, potters! and I will sing. Attend, O Pallas! and with lifted arm Protect their oven; let the cups and all The sacred vessels blac...Rate it:

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Idea
Nikhil Parekh
Without it even the most astoundingly greatest of musicians; would have simply nothing to mellifluously sing; incessantly flex the poignantly intri...Rate it:

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Buying and Selling chapter XI
Khalil Gibran
And a merchant said, "Speak to us of Buying and Selling." And he answered and said: To you the earth yields her fruit, and you shall not want i...Rate it:

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Harvest Of Light
Kurt Philip Behm
Words are a garden where Poets can grow Each verse a thesaurus of phrases to know A greenhouse of riches a potters delight A bounty of wisdom —a...Rate it:

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Market Day
John Clare
With arms and legs at work and gentle stroke That urges switching tail nor mends his pace, On an old ribbed and weather beaten horse, The farmer go...Rate it:

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Psalm 02
John Milton
Done Aug. 8. 1653. Terzetti. Why do the Gentiles tumult, and the Nations Muse a vain thing, the Kings of th'earth upstand With power, and Princes ...Rate it:

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The Bird of Jesus
Padraic Colum
IT was pure indeed, The air we breathed in, the light we saw, I and my brother, when we played that day, Or piped to one another; then there came T...Rate it:

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The Squatter, Three Cornstalks, and the Well
Henry Lawson
There was a Squatter in the land— So runs the truthful tale I tell— There also were three cornstalks, and There also was the Squatter’s Well. Sing...Rate it:

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The Cross-Roads
Amy Lowell
A bullet through his heart at dawn. On the table a letter signed with a woman's name. A wind that goes howling round the house, and weeping as in s...Rate it:

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Three Eternities
William Watson
Lo, thou and I, my love, And the sad stars above,- Thou and I, I and thou! Ah could we lie as now Ever and aye, my love, Hand within hand, my love,...Rate it:

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The Tale of the Tiger-Tree
Vachel Lindsay
A Fantasy, dedicated to the little poet Alice Oliver Henderson, ten years old. The Fantasy shows how tiger-hearts are the cause of war in all age...Rate it:

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