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A Ballad of Freedom
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now Mr. Jeremiah Bane He owned a warehouse in The Lane, An edifice of goodly size, Where, with keen private enterprise, He sold imported napery And...Rate it:

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The Happy Townland
William Butler Yeats
little fox he murmured, 'O what of the world's bane?' The sun was laughing sweetly, The moon pluckeRate it:

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R. S. S.
William Cowper
I address thee rather, Our blessing, or our bane? Without thy aid, The generous pangs of pity but dRate it:

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Brudefolkene
Hans Christian Andersen
Paa Bane nu, paa Bane! Seer Du den røde Fane? De ringed anden Gang; Vor Vei er ikke lang! Jeg sidder ved din Side; Vi gjennem Luften glide, Alt f...Rate it:

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Cleveland Lyke-wake Dirge (Traditional)
Sir Walter Scott
alle; The whinnes shall pricke thee to the bare bane, And Christe receive thye saule. From WhinRate it:

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Donal Campbell
William Henry Drummond
DONAL' CAMPBELL -Donal' Bane- sailed away across the ocean With the tartans of Clan Gordon, to the Indies' distant shore, But on Dargai's lonely ...Rate it:

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Haec Fabula Docet
Ambrose Bierce
A rat who'd gorged a box of bane And suffered an internal pain, Came from his hole to die (the label Required it if the rat were able) And found ou...Rate it:

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The Broomfield Hill
Andrew Lang
that is on your napkin, Put it on his breast bane, To let him know, when he does wake, That's true Rate it:

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The Fortune-Teller, a Gypsy Tale
Mary Darby Robinson
Love, display'd. In short, this STEPHEN was the bane Of ev'ry maid,--and ev'ry swain! KATE had tooRate it:

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The Lady of the Lake: Canto II. - The Island
Sir Walter Scott
with the sounding harp, O white-haired Allan-bane! II. Song. 'Not faster yonder rowers' might FliRate it:

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No Man Knows
Odonko-ba
despotism a memory best forgotten festers bane upon the plains Death grows tired of collecting unRate it:

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reoccuring carefrom
Ronald Francis Hart
undesirability can be my bane, desire my claim. The touch of delicate tingles ascend from within and reform for the sensations of delight. I offer ...Rate it:

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To A Louse
Robert Burns
In shoals and nations; Whare horn nor bane ne'er daur unsettle Your thick plantations. NoRate it:

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Last Love
Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
you, our final love! You are both paradise and bane. Rate it:

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Samson Agonistes (excerpts)
John Milton
to know: Suffices that to me strength is my bane, And proves the source of all my miseries; SRate it:

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'Me, A Sinner'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
equally insist That burglars are a sinful bane. And, getting further up the scale, To normal men, Rate it:

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A Dedication
Robert Burns
a carnal inclination. Morality, thou deadly bane, Thy tens o' thousands thou hast slain! Vain iRate it:

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A Tribute to Mr Murphy and the Blue Ribbon Army
William Topaz McGonagall
and make a bold stand, And help to drive the Bane of Society from our land. I wish Mr Murphy everRate it:

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An English Peasant
George Crabbe
breast No envy stung, no jealousy distressed; (Bane of the poor! it wounds their weaker mind, To miRate it:

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At The Gate
Edith Nesbit
their griefs away, And at some other door their bane and burden lay. 'For this,' he said, 'is the Rate it:

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Auld Maitland
Andrew Lang
a sister's son o's ain, Was large of blood and bane; And afterward, when he came up, Young Edward hRate it:

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Bruden i Rørvig Kirke
Hans Christian Andersen
sin Arm, Men Hjertet banker i Oldingens Barm; De bane sig Vei gjennem Sandet, Til Kirken ved VandetRate it:

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Country Towns - Boort
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
a brazen, cloudless sky. She knows the bane of Mallee dust When Mallee droughts come down To filchRate it:

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Damætas
George Gordon Lord Byron
chain, And what was once his bliss appears his bane. Rate it:

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Dark Trinity
Robert William Service
and king alike I bring My meed of bane; Why should you shirk my chastening?" Rate it:

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