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Whetting Appetite For Love
Nikhil Parekh
In order to whet appetite for food; all that was required was the tantalizing scent of heavenly corn, In order to whet appetite for the morning; ...Rate it:

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Sonnet 118: Like as to make our appetite more keen
William Shakespeare
Like as to make our appetite more keen With eager compounds we our palate urge, As to prevent our maladies unseen, We sicken to shun sickness when ...Rate it:

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Anti-Thelyphthora. A Tale In Verse
William Cowper
Airy del Castro was as bold a knight As ever earned a lady's love in fight. Many he sought, but one above the rest His tender heart victoriously i...Rate it:

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Ch 03 On The Excellence Of Contentment Story 05
Sa di
A man often made vows of repentance but broke them again till one of the sheikhs said to him: ‘I think thou art in the habit of eating a great deal...Rate it:

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PARADOX. That Fruition destroyes Love
Henry King
Love is our Reasons Paradox, which still Against the judgment doth maintain the Will: And governs by such arbitrary laws, It onely makes the Act...Rate it:

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Reason and Passion XV
Khalil Gibran
And the priestess spoke again and said: "Speak to us of Reason and Passion." And he answered saying: Your soul is oftentimes a battlefield, upo...Rate it:

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Scenes Favourable To Meditation
William Cowper
Wilds horrid and dark with o'er shadowing trees, Rocks that ivy and briers infold, Scenes nature with dread and astonishment sees, But I with a ple...Rate it:

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A Bad Night
Ambrose Bierce
DRAMATIS PERSONAE. VILLIAM _a Sen_ NEEDLESON _a Sidniduc_ SMILER _a Scheister_ KI-YI _a Trader_ GRIMGHAST _a Spader_ SARALTHIA _a Love-lorn Nymph_...Rate it:

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I'M FAR TOO YOUNG FOR SAGA
Alan Parry-Booth
I’M FAR TOO YOUNG FOR S.A.G.A. I’m far too young for SAGA I’m nearly eighty-two Still full of youthful vigour And that, my friends, won’t do. It...Rate it:

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HANDLING OLD AGE
Alan Parry-Booth
HANDLING OLD AGE. Last Birthday I was eighty-three Yet I feel twenty-nine My appetite is excellent And I do enjoy my wine. I still feel quite pr...Rate it:

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A Departing Dirge
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
Girls in town and boys out back, I've rolled up my little pack, And on june's chill wintry gales Sail from pleasant New South Wales. Ere I go - a d...Rate it:

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A Dream
James Whitcomb Riley
I dreamed I was a spider; A big, fat, hungry spider; A lusty, rusty spider With a dozen palsied limbs; With a dozen limbs that dangled Where three ...Rate it:

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Bird Watcher
Robert William Service
In Wall Street once a potent power, And now a multi-millionaire Alone within a shady bower In clothes his valet would not wear, He watche...Rate it:

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Mike
Robert William Service
My lead dog Mike was like a bear; I reckon he was grizzly bred, For when he reared up in the air Ho over-topped me by a head. He'd cuff me with his...Rate it:

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Peter the Piccaninny
Henry Kendall
He has a name which can’t be brought Within the sphere of metre; But, as he’s Peter by report, I’ll trot him out as Peter. I call him mine; but do...Rate it:

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Breakfast
Robert William Service
Of all the meals that glad my day My morning one's the best; Purveyed me on a silver tray, Immaculately dressed. I rouse me when the dawn is bright...Rate it:

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A Career In Letters
Ambrose Bierce
When Liberverm resigned the chair Of This or That in college, where For two decades he'd gorged his brain With more than it could well contain, In ...Rate it:

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A Confidant Without Knowing It; Or The Stratagem
La Fontaine
NO master sage, nor orator I know, Who can success, like gentle Cupid show; His ways and arguments are pleasing smiles, Engaging looks, soft tears,...Rate it:

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A Feel In The Chris'mas-Air
James Whitcomb Riley
They's a kind o' _feel_ in the air, to me. When the Chris'mas-times sets in. That's about as much of a mystery As ever I've run ag'in!-- Fer instun...Rate it:

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A Garden Idyl
George Meredith
With sagest craft Arachne worked Her web, and at a corner lurked, Awaiting what should plump her soon, To case it in the death-cocoon. Sagaciously ...Rate it:

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A Letter
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Dear Miss Lucy: I been t'inkin' dat I 'd write you long fo' dis, But dis writin' 's mighty tejous, an' you know jes' how it is. But I 's got a litt...Rate it:

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A Lifted Finger
Ambrose Bierce
What! _you_ whip rascals?-_you_, whose gutter blood Bears, in its dark, dishonorable flood, Enough of prison-birds' prolific germs To serve a whole...Rate it:

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A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON
Robert Herrick
Till I shall come again, let this suffice, I send my salt, my sacrifice To thee, thy lady, younglings, and as far As to thy Genius and thy Lar; To ...Rate it:

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A Party Of Lovers
John Keats
Pensive they sit, and roll their languid eyes, Nibble their toast, and cool their tea with sighs, Or else forget the purpose of the night, Forget t...Rate it:

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A Railroad Lackey
Ambrose Bierce
Ben Truman, you're a genius and can write, Though one would not suspect it from your looks. You lack that certain spareness which is quite Distinct...Rate it:

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