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Crying For Bread
Henry Clay Work
"Please, lady! please pay my Ma for her sewing; The suit fits you splendidly--that you'll allow. Oh! don't say tomorrow! I see you are going; But t...Rate it:

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I Am The Living Bread: Meditation Eight: John 6:51
Edward Taylor
I kening through Astronomy Divine The Worlds bright Battlement, wherein I spy A Golden Path my Pensill cannot line, From that bright Throne unto my...Rate it:

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Our Daily Bread
Robert William Service
"Give me my daily bread. It seems so odd, When all is done and said, This plea to God. To pray for cake might be The thing to do; But bread, it see...Rate it:

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The Bread-Knife Ballad
Robert William Service
A little child was sitting Up on her mother's knee And down down her cheeks the bitter tears did flow. And as I sadly listened I heard this tender ...Rate it:

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Bread and Wine
Inez K Hyland
A cup of opal Through which there glows The cream of the pearl, The heart of the rose; And the blue of the sea Where Australia lies, And the ...Rate it:

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A little bread—a crust—a crumb
Emily Dickinson
A little bread—a crust—a crumb— A little trust—a demijohn— Can keep the soul alive— Not portly, mind! but breathing—warm— Conscious—as old Napoleon...Rate it:

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Jones Very
Long do we live upon the husks of corn, While 'neath untasted lie the kernels still, Heirs of the kingdom, but in Christ unborn, Fain with swine's ...Rate it:

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Bread And Milk For Breakfast
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Bread and milk for breakfast, And woollen frocks to wear, And a crumb for robin redbreast On the cold days of the year. Rate it:

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Prologue to Rhymes to be Traded for Bread
Vachel Lindsay
Even the shrewd and bitter, Gnarled by the old world's greed, Cherished the stranger softly Seeing his utter need. Shelter and patient hearing,...Rate it:

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The Bread Of Angels
Edith Wharton
AT that lost hour disowned of day and night, The after-birth of midnight, when life's face Turns to the wall and the last lamp goes out Before t...Rate it:

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A Bread and Butter Letter
Alice Duer Miller
THERE is a willow grows beside a pool; Its long gray branches sweep the marble rim; And from those waters shadowy and cool, The stars shine, large ...Rate it:

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Fairy Bread
Robert Louis Stevenson
Come up here, O dusty feet! Here is fairy ready to eat. Here in my retiring room, Children ,you may dine On the golden smell of broom And the shade...Rate it:

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His Bread And His Art
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
It was an actor, seedy, sad, Who stood within the gate; Long weary marches he had had He had not dined of late. He sighed: 'I hope I don't intrud...Rate it:

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Our Daily Bread
Clive Staples Lewis
We need no barbarous words nor solemn spell To raise the unknown. It lies before our feet; There have been men who sank down into Hell In some su...Rate it:

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The Charge Of The Bread Brigade
Ezra Pound
Half a loaf, half a loaf, Half a loaf? Urn-hum? Down through the vale of gloom Slouched the ten million, Onward th' 'ungry blokes, Crackin' their s...Rate it:

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An Exile's Death
Victor Marie Hugo
Of what does this poor exile dream? His garden plot, his dewy mead, Perchance his tools, perchance his team,— But ever of murdered France indeed; H...Rate it:

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La Muse Vénale (The Venal Muse)
Charles Baudelaire
Ô muse de mon coeur, amante des palais, Auras-tu, quand Janvier lâchera ses Borées, Durant les noirs ennuis des neigeuses soirées, Un tison pour ch...Rate it:

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The King's Breakfast
Alan Alexander Milne
The King's Breakfast The King asked The Queen, and The Queen asked The Dairymaid: "Could we have some butter for The Royal slice of bread?" The Que...Rate it:

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Fair Annie
Andrew Lang
'It's narrow, narrow, make your bed, And learn to lie your lane: For I'm ga'n oer the sea, Fair Annie, A braw bride to bring hame. Wi her I will ge...Rate it:

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William Taylor Collins
You are the bread and the knife, The crystal goblet and the wine... -Jacques Crickillon You are the bread and the knife, the crystal...Rate it:

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Robert William Service
My neighbour has a field of wheat And I a rood of vine; And he will give me bread to eat, And I will give him wine. And so we...Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. Interlude IV.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
When the long murmur of applause That greeted the Musician's lay Had slowly buzzed itself away, And the long talk of Spectre Ships That followed di...Rate it:

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After Many Days
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I'VE always been a faithful man An' tried to live for duty, But the stringent mode of life Has somewhat lost its beauty. The story of the generous ...Rate it:

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The Four Zoas (excerpt)
William Blake
'What is the price of Experience? do men buy it for a song? Or wisdom for a dance in the street? No, it is bought with the price Of all that a man...Rate it:

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The Light o' the Moon
Vachel Lindsay
[How different people and different animals look upon the moon: showing that each creature finds in it his own mood and disposition] The Old Horse...Rate it:

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