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Nikhil Parekh
by God's grace- is destined to be dead when God wants.Rate it:

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Shepherd Divine, Our Wants Relieve
Augustus Montague Toplady
Shepherd divine, our wants relieve, In this our evil day; To all Thy tempted followers give The power to trust and pray. Long as our fiery trials ...Rate it:

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Edith Wharton
WE women want too many things; And first we call for happiness, - The careless boon the hour brings, The smile, the song, and the caress. And ...Rate it:

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The Married Man
Rudyard Kipling
an' 'Er an' It (An' Two an' One make Three) 'E wants to finish 'is little bit, An' e' wants to go 'Rate it:

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The Incubus
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Who wants a nice white elephant, Quite fit in wind and limb? An ornament for any gent Who can find use for him. It won't pay us to kill the cuss; B...Rate it:

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introduction of rat to koo
Nat Z. Punx
her eyes are filled with rat's odd existance he wants to make time on her pony faced friend who is Rate it:

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Robert William Service
PERMITTED HERE. I'm trying to sell what nobody wants to buy; They turn me away, but still I try anRate it:

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To His Lady
Edith Nesbit
poet sing, Who has no mind to song-- Who only wants to see the Spring, Long sought and tarrying Rate it:

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In That Dark Silent Hour
John Freeman
In that dark silent hour When the wind wants power, And in the black height The sky wants light, Stirless and black In utter lack, And not a sound ...Rate it:

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A Man Who Would Woo a Fair Maid
William Schwenck Gilbert
every Jack He must study the knack If he wants to make sure of his Jill! If he's made the best useRate it:

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An Unanswerable Apology For The Rich.
Mary Barber
he must not treat: Who asks the Wretch, that wants to eat? Alas! to ease their Woes he wishes; But Rate it:

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My body and my mind
I am restless indoors and outdoors. The bride wants her lover as much as a thirsty man wants wateRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto V.
Coventry Patmore
lovelier she's express'd a child. Say that she wants the will of man To conquer fame, not check'd Rate it:

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To the Many
Anna Akhmatova
abandonedly. . . As the shadow from the body wants to part, As the flesh from the soul wants to seRate it:

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Paul Laurence Dunbar
'n huh; An' she'll git me somep'n new, Ef I wants to ma'y too. Speak up, Ike, an' 'spress yo'se'Rate it:

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I Saw A New World
William Brighty Rands
of the people are made alike; Where Love wants this, and Pain wants that, Where all our heartRate it:

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A Poem: To The Memory of Mrs. Oldfield
Richard Savage
tells the Actions of the Great. Still each wants something to compleat the Whole, The Poet wants a Rate it:

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Baby's Way
Rabindranath Tagore
meaning. It is not for nothing that he never wants to speak. The one thing he wants is to lRate it:

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Der Pflaumenbaum (The Plum Tree, translation)
Bertolt Brecht
on it. The little tree can't grow, Yes – it wants to grow! No one talks about it; It gets too littlRate it:

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Elijah Fed By Ravens
John Newton
by a power unseen, Administers oft to their wants: God teaches them how to find food From all the tRate it:

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Find The Favorite
James Whitcomb Riley
hardly 'sociate With 'em, lots o' days! Mowg wants in where _we_ air,--well, He'll ist take his paRate it:

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Mario William Vitale
mind Jesus he is the healer of my soul & wants everyone to come to know him as well so today Rate it:

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How Lucy Backslid
Paul Laurence Dunbar
an' dey trouble in de camp. Huh daddy wants to beat huh, but huh mammy daihs him to, Fu' she lookiRate it:

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Love of Fame, The Universal Passion (excerpt)
Edward Young
his judgment true; Nature is frugal, and her wants are few; Those few wants answer'd, bring sinRate it:

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Robert William Service
was strong, as the Skipper he says to me: "I wants you to linger 'ere, my lad, by the shores of theRate it:

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