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Happy Easter My Teddy Bear
Frank Anthony Cimino jr
Happy Easter My Teddy Bear Before you were born I knew I loved you with all of my heart. You was My Teddy Bear from the start. The apple of my eye,...Rate it:

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Teddy Bear
Alan Alexander Milne
hard he tries, Grows tubby without exercise. Our Teddy Bear is short and fat, Which is not to be woRate it:

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Teddy Bear
Robert William Service
O Teddy Bear! with your head awry And your comical twisted smile, You rub your eyes -- do you wonder why You've slept such a long, long while? As y...Rate it:

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Teddy O'Neale
Eliza Cook
I've come to the cabin he danced his wild jigs in, As neat a mud palace as ever was seen; And considering it served to keep poultry and pigs in, ...Rate it:

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An Ode To Teddy
Kurt Philip Behm
An artist or laughingstock, — who makes the choice? A genius or fool, — will spirits rejoice? A sage or a caricature, — who gets to choose...Rate it:

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The Hardest Thing For A Writer To Bear
Nikhil Parekh
The hardest thing for a mother to bear; was the sudden death of her new born and sweet infant, The hardest thing for a Businessman to bear; was t...Rate it:

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I Couldn't Bear To See
Nikhil Parekh
I couldn't bear to see innocuous children being brutally tormented; orphans being whipped mercilessly by uncouth society, I couldn't bear to see...Rate it:

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A Bear Family
James Whitcomb Riley
Wunst, 'way West in Illinoise, Wuz two Bears an' their two boys: An' the two boys' names, you know, Wuz--like _ours_ is,--Jim an' Jo; An' their _pa...Rate it:

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Every day I bear a burden
Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
Every day I bear a burden, and I bear this calamity for a purpose: I bear the discomfort of cold and December's snow in hope of spring. Before th...Rate it:

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The Truce of the Bear
Rudyard Kipling
Yearly, with tent and rifle, our careless white men go By the Pass called Muttianee, to shoot in the vale below. Yearly by Muttianee he follows our...Rate it:

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When the Bear Comes Back Again
Henry Lawson
Oh, the scene is wide an’ dreary an’ the sun is settin’ red, An’ the grey-black sky of winter’s comin’ closer overhead. Oh, the sun is settin’ bloo...Rate it:

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My Bear
Robert William Service
I never killed a bear because I always thought them critters was So kindo' cute; Though round my shack they often came,...Rate it:

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The Bear
Robert Frost
The bear puts both arms around the tree above her And draws it down as if it were a lover And its chokecherries lips to kiss good-by, Then lets it ...Rate it:

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Fight With A Bear
James McIntyre
The following appeared in Truth in the form of a prose tale of considerable length. We have concentrated the essence thereof into the few verses be...Rate it:

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The Travelling Bear
Amy Lowell
GRASS-BLADES push up between the cobblestones And catch the sun on their flat sides Shooting it back, Gold and emerald, Into the eyes of passer...Rate it:

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Furry Bear
Alan Alexander Milne
If I were a bear, And a big bear too, I shouldn’ t much care If it froze or snew; I shouldn’ t much mind If it snowed or friz— I’ d be all...Rate it:

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How can you bear to look at the Neva?
Anna Akhmatova
How can you bear to look at the Neva? How can you bear to cross the bridges?. Not in vain am I known as the grieving one Since the time you appe...Rate it:

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If Still Your Orchards Bear
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Brother, that breathe the August air Ten thousand years from now, And smell—if still your orchards bear Tart apples on the bough— The early windfa...Rate it:

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Sonnet XLII: Oh! Canst Thou Bear
Mary Darby Robinson
Oh! can'st thou bear to see this faded frame, Deform'd and mangled by the rocky deep? Wilt thou remember, and forbear to weep, My fatal fondness, a...Rate it:

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The Grizzly Bear
Alfred Edward Housman
The Grizzly Bear is huge and wild It has devoured the little child. The little child is unaware It has been eaten by the bear. Rate it:

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Our Essence To Bear
Kurt Philip Behm
What if the Universe has always been here, defeating the concept of time Never beginning and never to end, whose story you cannot define What...Rate it:

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Our share of night to bear
Emily Dickinson
Our share of night to bear— Our share of morning— Our blank in bliss to fill Our blank in scorning— Here a star, and there a star, Some lose their...Rate it:

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Sonnet 10: For shame, deny that thou bear'st love to any
William Shakespeare
For shame, deny that thou bear'st love to any Who for thy self art so unprovident. Grant, if thou wilt, thou art beloved of many, But that thou non...Rate it:

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There Is A Bondage Worse, Far Worse, To Bear
William Wordsworth
THERE is a bondage worse, far worse, to bear Than his who breathes, by roof, and floor, and wall, Pent in, a Tyrant's solitary Thrall: 'Tis his who...Rate it:

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Mother & The artist.
Nikhil Parekh
A mother might bear just a single child in 9 months; but an artist blossoms into an infinite children of wonderfully emollient freshness; every unf...Rate it:

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