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Three Wives
Robert William Service
more or less), To be content with our wives, And prize the virtues they possess; And with dispraiseRate it:

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Ye Wives Who Scold & Fishes Sell
Thomas Parnell
Ye Wives who scold fishes sell, Or sing sell your fruit, I want a wondrous thing to tell, Then (if you can) be mute. From some of You one Homer ca...Rate it:

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The Going of the Battery Wives. (Lament)
Thomas Hardy
I O it was sad enough, weak enough, mad enough - Light in their loving as soldiers can be - First to risk choosing them, leave alone losing the...Rate it:

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THE OLD WIVES' PRAYER
Robert Herrick
Holy-Rood, come forth and shield Us i' th' city and the field; Safely guard us, now and aye, From the blast that burns by day; And those sounds tha...Rate it:

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Wives By The Dozen
Matthew Prior
O Death how thou spoil'st the best project of life, Said Gabriel, who still as he bury'd one wife, For the sake of her family married her cousin; ...Rate it:

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Wives in the Sere
Thomas Hardy
I Never a careworn wife but shows, If a joy suffuse her, Something beautiful to those Patient to peruse her, Some one charm the world u...Rate it:

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Termarter Sorce
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
would smile to see a man in pain. I sez some wives - some sorts uv wives, uv course, If you was lyRate it:

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The Truckers
La Fontaine
near Rouen, (sapient clime) Two villagers, whose wives were in their prime, And rather pleasing in Rate it:

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The Fisherman of Wexford
John Boyle O'Reilly
The boats' keels on the shingle! Mothers! wives! ye well may grieve,— The fishermen of Wexford meRate it:

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The Little Homes
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Men who went with smiles and cheers; Pride of wives and pride of mothers, Choking back the tears! Rate it:

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The Tearful Tale Of Captain Dan
Ellis Parker Butler
A sinner was old Captain Dan; His wives guv him no rest: He had one wife to East Skiddaw And one to Skiddaw West. Now Ann Eliza was the name Of he...Rate it:

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Brothers
James Weldon Johnson
race which through three wars Fed our dear wives and nursed our helpless babes Without a single breRate it:

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Pasha Bailey Ben
William Schwenck Gilbert
A proud Pasha was BAILEY BEN, His wives were three, his tails were ten; His form was dignified, but stout, Men called him "Little Roundabout." HIS...Rate it:

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Queen Hilda of Virland
Henry Lawson
(For her day's work was done), We kissed our wives – or others' wives – And sailed ere set of suRate it:

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Say Goodbye when your Chum is Married
Henry Lawson
that you never would tell each other The wives will carry as young wives do. Say Good-bye ere theirRate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 3. The Landlord's Tale; The Rhyme of Sir Christopher
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
mind, Came letters from England, from two other wives, Whom he had carelessly left behind; Both of Rate it:

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The Iron Wedding Rings
Henry Lawson
of the prison and the rope, Many fair young wives in Buckland prayed beside their lonely beds ForRate it:

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The Longbeard's Saga: A.D. 400
Charles Kingsley
the throstles, And making chaste housewives all Long for their heroes home, Loving and love-giving,Rate it:

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The Men Who Made Bad Matches
Henry Lawson
in their seeming happy homes— Seen their wives’ false arms go round them, and the kisses that were Rate it:

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Sheroes
EMTSBA III
to mention the legacy of these freedom fighters' wives. The course of Emperor Haile Selassie, MuhRate it:

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Come, Let Us Go For A Walk, O Mind
Ramprasad Sen
It gather the four fruits of life. Of your two wives, Dispassion and Worldliness, Bring along DispaRate it:

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Angutivaun Taina
Rudyard Kipling
with the drifting snow; But we come back to our wives again, Back from the edge of the floe! Au Rate it:

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Ballade of my Lady's Beauty
Joyce Kilmer
Squire Adam had two wives, they say, Two wives had he, for his delight, He kissed and clypt them all the day And clypt and kissed them all...Rate it:

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Christmas (A Sestina)
Leslie Alexis
spend time with family Kitchens are ablaze, wives creating good ol’ soul-food Leslie and Destra, Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. V.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
from the church to the shore, amid their wives and their daughters. Foremost the young men came; anRate it:

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