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I would go home again—to rooms...
Boris Pasternak
I would go home again—to rooms With sadness large at eventide, Go in, take off my overcoat, And in the light of streets outside Take cheer. I'll p...Rate it:

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Counterpoint: Two Rooms
Conrad Potter Aiken
He, in the room above, grown old and tired; She, in the room below, his floor her ceiling, Pursue their separate dreams. He turns his light, And...Rate it:

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The House Of Dust: Part 04: 04: Counterpoint: Two Rooms
Conrad Potter Aiken
He, in the room above, grown old and tired, She, in the room below—his floor her ceiling— Pursue their separate dreams. He turns his light, And th...Rate it:

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The House Delirious
Leon Gellert
and follow me, nor turn Upon thy track. My rooms! My rooms! My darling, hated rooms, so still, so sRate it:

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And I Lounged and Lay on Their Beds
Constantine P. Cavafy
house of pleasure I didn't stay in the front rooms where they celebrate, with some decorum, the accRate it:

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North Infinity Street
Conrad Potter Aiken
The alarm clocks tick in a thousand furnished rooms, tick and are wound for a thousand separate dooms; all down both sides of North Infinity Street...Rate it:

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The Quiet Lodger
James Whitcomb Riley
The man that rooms next door to me: Two weeks ago, this very night, He took possession quietly, As any other lodger might-- But why the room next m...Rate it:

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Antony Villa
Henry Lawson
There is gossip in the ‘boxes’ and the drawing-rooms and gardens— ‘Have you heard of Varden’s faiRate it:

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Bowery Afternoon
Lola Ridge
clothing, Smoky and fly-blown glass of lunch-rooms, Odors of rancid life… Deadly uniformity Of eyeRate it:

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Crumble-Hall
Mary Leapor
Maid. From thence we turn to more familiar Rooms; Whose Hangings ne'er wer wrought in Grecian LoomRate it:

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Doing Is believing
Nikhil Parekh
castle; what I fantasized was scores of palatial rooms; towering roofs leaping high and handsome inRate it:

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Felix Schmidt
Edgar Lee Masters
It was only a little house of two rooms -- Almost like a child's play-house -- With scarce five acres of ground around it; And I had so many childr...Rate it:

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For'ard
Henry Lawson
cabins, aft, With saloons 'n' smoke-rooms, aft -- There is sheets 'n' best of tucker for the fRate it:

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Helian
Georg Trakl
and harmony we walk along a suite of hospitable rooms Into solitude and the rustling of maple treesRate it:

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Light Hearted Author
William Carlos Williams
the birch leaves opening cold, one by one. My rooms will receive me. But my rooms are no longerRate it:

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Mr. Molony’s Account Of The Ball
William Makepeace Thackeray
the blacks,' says they, 'Almack's, And take the rooms at Willis's.' With flags and shawls, for thesRate it:

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My Dearest Frank, I Wish You Joy
Jane Austen
beat The ever have been made or mended, With rooms concise, or rooms distended. You'll find us veryRate it:

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Psalm
Georg Trakl
dresses full of heart-rending poverty! It is rooms, filled with Accords and Sonatas. It is shadows,Rate it:

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The Plea of the Simla Dancers
Rudyard Kipling
late, alas! the song To remedy the wrong; -- The rooms are taken from us, swept and garnished for tRate it:

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The Reverend Simon Magus
William Schwenck Gilbert
your age; But now about the parsonage. How many rooms does it contain? Show me the photograph againRate it:

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The Things
Conrad Potter Aiken
The house in Broad Street, red brick, with nine rooms the weedgrown graveyard with its rows of tombs the jail from which imprisoned faces grinned...Rate it:

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Villa Pauline
Katherine Mansfield
before he came You were only a name: Four little rooms and a cupboard Without a bone, And I was aloRate it:

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`For'ard'
Henry Lawson
cabins, aft, With saloons 'n' smoke-rooms, aft -- There is sheets 'n' best of tucker for the Rate it:

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Letter to S.S. from Mametz Wood
Robert Graves
seat In Wales, a curious little shop With two rooms and a roof on top, A sort of Morlancourt-ishRate it:

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Maud Muller
John Greenleaf Whittier
instead; And closed his eyes on his garnished rooms To dream of meadows and clover-blooms. AndRate it:

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