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The Nutcrackers and the Sugar-Tongs
Edward Lear
Nutcrackers sate by a plate on the table, The Sugar-tongs sate by a plate at his side; And the NutcRate it:

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The Sugar-Plum Tree
Eugene Field
Have you ever heard of the Sugar-Plum Tree? 'T is a marvel of great renown! It blooms on the shore of the Lollipop sea In the garden of Shut-Eye To...Rate it:

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A Discontented Sugar Broker
William Schwenck Gilbert
City. You do not often get the chance Of seeing sugar brokers dance From their abode In Fulham RoadRate it:

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Evening In A Sugar Orchard
Robert Frost
where I lingered in a lull in march outside the sugar-house one night for choice, I called the fireRate it:

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Claude McKay
'long de market way; Whole week grindin' sugar cane T'rough de boilin' sun an' rain, Now, a'ter de Rate it:

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Curly Locks
James Whitcomb Riley
sew a fine seam, And feast upon strawberries, sugar and cream._ Curly Locks! Curly Locks! wilt thoRate it:

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A Lay of St. Gengulphus
Richard Harris Barham
a knife, And the nippers that nipp'd the loaf-sugar for tea; With the edges and points they severRate it:

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Nonsense Alphabet
Edward Lear
and bowers. Naughty fat rabbit! S was the sugar-tongs, Nippity-nee, To take up the sugar To put inRate it:

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Pity For Poor Africans
William Cowper
but I must be mum, For how could we do without sugar and rum? Especially sugar, so needful we see;Rate it:

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Rise, lovers
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
of wing and with fine pinions, let us become sugar-gatherers and go to the sugar-bed. These forms Rate it:

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The Battler
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
he said that his tea was 'pretty low': And his sugar-bag, too, was 'well-nigh out'. 'Tho' I'd hate'Rate it:

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The Song against Grocers
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
a man a cheese? He sells us sands of Araby As sugar for cash down; He sweeps his shop and sells thRate it:

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Tom's Little Dog
Walter de la Mare
His haunches on his mat.Tom poised a lump of sugar on His nose; then, "Trust!" says he; Stiff asRate it:

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Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas
Clement Clarke Moore
all snug in their beds, While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads; And Mama in her 'keRate it:

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Robert curran
news Cups of coffee for two There’s cream and sugar too Coffee pot oh the coffee pot Perks coffee aRate it:

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Pittypat and Tippytoe
Eugene Field
the butter must be spread Inches thick with sugar too! And I never can say "No, Pittypat andRate it:

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next to me but you think Im crazy maybe lazy sugar is sweet taste of sweet Cherry pie that ainRate it:

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The rock-a-by lady
Eugene Field
it goeth; There is one little dream of a big sugar-plum, And lo! thick and fast the other dreams coRate it:

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Sterling Warner
roasted Chicory Coffee 24/7, Dusts powdered sugar on Beignet loving patrons; No swampland crypt, tRate it:

(4.76 / 8 votes)
Illahi Nama (Book of God)
Farid ud-Din Attar Abu Hamid bin Abu Bakr Ibrahim
their goal see nothingness in all things, making sugar seem like poison and a rose like thorns. AyaRate it:

(4.25 / 4 votes)
60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
son of man A bitter taste Do they want salt or sugar coated messages Positive reinforcement strengtRate it:

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Sweet Meat Has Sour Sauce; Or, The Slave-Trader In The Dumps
William Cowper
for I must no more Carry Caesars and Pompeys to Sugar-cane shore, Which nobody can deny, deny, WhiRate it:

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The Court of Love
Geoffrey Chaucer
language rude my matter not deface! Thy sugar droppes sweet of Helicon Distil in me, thou gentle MRate it:

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She Cries Alone
next door the monster that comes to borrow sugar or sip coffee with mum on the porch at times dRate it:

(3.67 / 3 votes)
You and You
Edith Wharton
you from the vine, You from the rice and the sugar-brakes, You from the Rivers and you from the LRate it:

(3.50 / 2 votes)

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