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The Iron Wedding Rings
Henry Lawson
Commonweal, There are ancient dames in Buckland wearing wedding rings of steel; Wedding rings of Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Calendar - September
John Clare
run Right happly in the breathless day To see it wearing fast away Yet now and then a sudden showerRate it:

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No Power On Earth
Billy Bennett
on earth can pull him down The undervest I’m wearing is half way up me back And no power on earth cRate it:

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Red Faces
Gertrude Stein
pretty flags. And ribbons. Ribbons of flags And wearing material Reason for wearing material. Give Rate it:

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Song
Amelia Opie
I am wearing away like the snow in the sun, I am wearing away from the pain in my heart; But ne'er shall he know, who my peace has undone, How bitt...Rate it:

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Song.
Amelia Opie
I am wearing away like the snow in the sun, I am wearing away from the pain in my heart; But ne'er shall he know, who my peace has undone, How bitt...Rate it:

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The Jolly Dead March
Henry Lawson
let the last mile be devoted To ‘Britannia’ and ‘Wearing the Green.’ And if, in the end—more’s thRate it:

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The Leaf And The Tree
Edna St. Vincent Millay
living tree? Budding, swelling, growing strong, Wearing green, but not for long, Drawing sustenanceRate it:

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To his unconstant Friend
Henry King
are like clothes, lad up whil'st new, But after wearing cast, though nere so true. Or did thy fieRate it:

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Waiting for the Barbarians
Constantine P. Cavafy
at the city's main gate on his throne, in state, wearing the crown? Because the barbarians are comRate it:

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When Your Pants Begin to Go
Henry Lawson
elevate your chin When you feel the pavement wearing through the leather, sock, and skin; You areRate it:

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......Girl...
Joy O' Pateng
who's promise got broken Girlie girl, why you're wearing pants Ugly girl, who can change her Party Rate it:

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Daniel Wheeler
John Greenleaf Whittier
to righteousness, May we not think of thee as wearing That star-like crown of light, and bearing, ARate it:

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Eminem Is My Friend
Mario William Vitale
the side what's the lady in waiting now wearing don't try to scare them a need to pretendRate it:

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Missing A Name
Ehsan Sehgal
Juliet Romeo And such ones So I feel incomplete, Wearing and bearing All alone The burden of life IRate it:

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Revelation
Trim
above average. I don't need to hide out of sight wearing camouflage, I have the right tools and ambRate it:

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Revelation
Trim
above average. I don't need to hide out of sight wearing camouflage, I have the right tools and ambRate it:

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She Rode the Train to Glory
Sonia Walker
prancing, She was the queen of the gaudy stage, Wearing her purple plume in a suspended cage, She cRate it:

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The Bankrupt Peace-Maker
Vachel Lindsay
he burned. As he seared me he hissed: "You are wearing away. The good angels tell me you leave themRate it:

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The Wonder Of It
Harriet Monroe
out and burgeoning— Oh, long ago—yo ho!— And wearing green! How stark and strange a thing That lRate it:

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Unsanctified Worship
Gwendolyn McGrath
Sometimes - she looks cold, and bitter Wearing- the leftover robe of Winter Like spit on the ground Her messed up land Makes cows frown In Decem...Rate it:

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Yesterday's Beauty Queen
Sonia Walker
beauty of the smile on the overly-painted face, wearing the regal crown and cape, which promised tRate it:

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You Just Do Not Know
Ehsan Sehgal
grief, the pain Of the sad people Even I am wearing The burden of division Between your love And miRate it:

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BLOWING BUBBLES
Jesus Penaranda
her shadowy silhouette in front of the window. Wearing a straw hat. The shadows in the darkness of Rate it:

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Beatrice. (From Dante. Purgatorio, XXX., XXXI.)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
rise up quickened, each one from his grave, Wearing again the garments of the flesh, So, upon that Rate it:

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