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The Firemen's Ball
Vachel Lindsay
call. Listen to the music Of the firemen's ball. Listen to the music Of the firemen's ball. "'Tis tRate it:

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A man saw a ball of gold in the sky;
Stephen Crane
A man saw a ball of gold in the sky; He climbed for it, And eventually he achieved it -- It was clay. Now this is the strange part: When the ...Rate it:

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After The Ball
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
is hushed, the revellers gone, The glitt’ring ball-room deserted and lone,— Silence and gloom, likeRate it:

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Liberty Ball
Anonymous Americas
poor slave’s liberation, And roll on the liberty ball — And roll on the liberty ball — Come aid theRate it:

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The Convicts' Ball
Ambrose Bierce
birth The primary cause of his moral worth. 'The ball is free!' cried Black Bart, and they all SaidRate it:

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Death In A Ball-Room
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
with the clouds in the quick--circling sky. Balls she adored. Each evening that she danced She thoRate it:

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Everyday Characters III - The Belle Of The Ball Room
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
love with Laura Lily. I saw her at the County Ball; There, when the sounds of flute and fiddle Rate it:

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Mr. Molony’s Account Of The Ball
William Makepeace Thackeray
cannot pass it o'er: I'll tell you all about the Ball To the Naypaulase Ambassador. Begor! this fetRate it:

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The Charity Ball
George Gordon Lord Byron
gather, And the saint patronizes her 'charity ball!' What matters--a heart which, though faulty, wRate it:

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The Frog and the Golden Ball
Robert Graves
She let her golden ball fall down the well And begged a cold frog to retrieve it; For which she kissed his ugly, gaping mouth - Indeed, he could sc...Rate it:

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The Golf Ball and the Loan
Robert Fuller Murray
[After Longfellow.] I drove a golf-ball into the air; It fell to earth, I knew not where; For, so swiftly it flew, the sight Could not follow i...Rate it:

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A Ball of Snow
Matsuo Basho
I’ll show you something wonderful: a big ball of snow! Rate it:

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The Crowd At The Ball Game
William Carlos Williams
The crowd at the ball game is moved uniformly by a spirit of uselessness which delights them— all the exciting detail of the chase and the...Rate it:

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The Phantom Ball
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
but phantoms whirling In a ghastly skeleton ball. But the music ceased-and they vanished, And I camRate it:

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The Spider holds a Silver Ball
Emily Dickinson
The spider holds a Silver Ball In unperceived Hands-- And dancing softly to Himself His Yarn of Pearl--unwinds-- He plies from Nought to Nought-- ...Rate it:

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Ball's Bluff: A Reverie
Herman Melville
One noonday, at my window in the town, I saw a sight - saddest that eyes can see - Young soldiers marching lustily Unto the wars, With fifes, and f...Rate it:

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The Giant Puff-Ball
Edmund Blunden
From what sad star I know not, but I found Myself new-born below the coppice rail, No bigger than the dewdrops and as round, In a soft sward, no ca...Rate it:

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The Recruit's Ball
Sydney Thompson Dobell
Fiddler loquitur Heigho, fiddlestick, fiddlestick, fiddlestick, Heigho, fiddlestick, fiddle for a king! Heigh, pretty Kitty! heigh, jolly Polly! U...Rate it:

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Nikhil Parekh
When I banged a ball of spongy rubber on the ground; it bounced a few times with insipid fervor, Rising a few inches from the ground; displaying a...Rate it:

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Wat Tyler - Act III
Robert Southey
III. SCENE—SMITHFIELD. PIERS (meeting JOHN BALL.) You look disturb'd, my father? JOHN BALL.Rate it:

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Goalkeeper Joe
Marriott Edgar
Joe Dunn were a bobby for football He gave all his time to that sport, He played for the West Wigan Whippets, On days when they turned out one s...Rate it:

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Sounds From The Baseball Field
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
sir, that was wrong. Pitcher pitches, four balls, 'Take your base, my man.' Toward the second now Rate it:

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Casey at the Bat
Ernest Lawrence Thayer
Blake, the much despisèd, tore the cover off the ball; And when the dust had lifted, and men saw whRate it:

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Sam's Christmas Pudding
Marriott Edgar
all the morning With canister, grape shot and ball. But the face of the bastion defied them, They mRate it:

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Wat Tyler - Act II
Robert Southey
as mighty as a Baron's? Enter PIERS and JOHN BALL. PIERS (to TYLER). Have I done well, my fatRate it:

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