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The Foreign Drunk
Henry Lawson
When you get tight in foreign lands You never need go slinking, No female neighbours lift their hands And say “The brute!—he’s drinking!” No mischi...Rate it:

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The Yarn of the Nancy Bell
William Schwenck Gilbert
the mate of the NANCY brig, And a bo'sun tight, and a midshipmite, And the crew of the captain's giRate it:

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Incidents in the life of my Uncle Arly
Edward Lear
hat a Railway-ticket (But his shoes were far too tight). Long ago, in youth, he squander'd All hisRate it:

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Elizabeth Speaks
Duncan Campbell Scott
through the little open door, Then close it tight and go to bed. My Mother says that may be so; (TRate it:

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Jude
Lola Ridge
milk comes out on our faces. We hold each other tight and the wind tip-toes all over us and pelts uRate it:

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The Bulldog Breed
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
made it a saying, A motto to hold in that tight little isle To hold in their fighting and toiling Rate it:

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The Shut-Eye Sentry
Rudyard Kipling
was "Pass! All's well!" Oh, ain't 'e drippin' tight! 'E'll need an affidavit pretty badly bRate it:

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We Are All Captured Beasts
Fyodor Sologub
can't open the doors, For the doors are locked tight. If our hearts can remember tradition, WhenRate it:

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A Boy Scouts' Patrol Song
Rudyard Kipling
of it left behind. Look out that your laces are tight, And your boots are easy and stout, Or you'lRate it:

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A Dirge of the Morning After
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
more per shent Can you get capital! Monish is tight. 'Listen, goot beobles, your beano is finisRate it:

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At the Cedars
Duncan Campbell Scott
the Cedars, The rapids were dammed With the logs tight rammed And crammed; you might know The DevilRate it:

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Barb-Wire Bill
Robert William Service
at the strain. And in the night he gripped me tight as I lay fast asleep: "The river's kicking likeRate it:

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Mulga Bill's Bicycle
Andrew Barton Paterson
while hide will hold and girths and straps are tight: I'll ride this here two-wheeled concern righRate it:

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My Love
Arthur Henry Adams
hands and fingers fine, And she holds me tight, so tight; While her eager arms entwine Deep IRate it:

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Room 4: The Painter Chap
Robert William Service
done. . . . And now to close my little window tight. Lo! in the dusking sky, serenely set, The eveRate it:

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The Boy Scouts' Patrol Song
Rudyard Kipling
of it left behind. Look out that your laces are tight, And your boots are easy and stout, Or you'llRate it:

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The First Flight
William Henry Ogilvie
eager First Flight have a girth to draw tight Or a chain to let out by a link; While the boisterousRate it:

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The Fruit Shop
Amy Lowell
to baskets of blunted pears With the thin skin tight like a bursting vest, All yellow, and red, andRate it:

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The Horse and Cart Ferry
Henry Lawson
But long before night He’d most likely be tight, And a subject and theme for George Perry; And heRate it:

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The Lepracaun or Fairy Shoemaker
William Allingham
will make a shoe. Left, right, pull it tight; Summer days are warm; Underground in winter, LaughiRate it:

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A Poem To A Mother....
Pamela Macdonald
passing year. They're hands that have held on tight, guiding children as they grow, they're hands tRate it:

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Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas
Clement Clarke Moore
white as the snow; The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth, And the smoke it encircled hRate it:

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As I wandered home
William Henry Ogilvie
- She might have been twelve months older. To a tight pink lip She pressed her whip By way of impoRate it:

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Balloon
Robert William Service
So gold its glow, As by a thread she held it tight, Then--let it go. As if it glorieRate it:

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How Many Demands...
Anna Akhmatova
biography? Too sweet is earthly drink, Too tight the nets of love. Sometime let the children read Rate it:

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