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I Bend
Selena Odom
I bend but do not break. I've been lost, but I'm not a loser. I'm a wreck, but I'm not totaled. I'm fractured but not broken. I've failed, but I'm ...Rate it:

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Father of Love, to Thee I Bend
Augustus Montague Toplady
Father of love, to thee I bend My heart, and lift mine eyes; O let my pray'r and praise ascend As odours to the skies. Thy pard'ning voice I come ...Rate it:

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Light In A Bend
Kurt Philip Behm
The words dropped from my hand to the pen unbroken, —as light in a bend (West Philadelphia, February, 1973)Rate it:

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River Bend
Andrew Barton Paterson
At River Bend, in New South Wales, All alone among the whales, Busting up some post and rails, Sweet Belle Mahone. In the blazing sun we stand, Cab...Rate it:

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Sonnet 48: Soul's Joy, Bend Not
Sir Philip Sidney
Soul's joy, bend not those morning stars from me, Where Virtue is made strong by Beauty's might, Where Love is chasteness, Pain doth learn deligh...Rate it:

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The Natural bend
Nikhil Parekh
The leaf gorgeously parrot green in color, Relishes flamboyant tinges of purple on its coat, Its face tapered and jutting out, It reveals to all...Rate it:

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When at Thy Footstool, Lord, I Bend
Henry Francis Lyte
When at Thy footstool, Lord, I bend, And plead with Thee for mercy there, Think of the sinner’s dying Friend, And for His sake receive my prayer. ...Rate it:

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Joi, The Glug
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The Glugs abide in a far, far land That is partly pebbles and stones and sand, But mainly earth of a chocolate hue, When it isn't purple or slightl...Rate it:

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Lines Upon My Sister’s Portrait
William Makepeace Thackeray
The castle towers of Bareacres are fair upon the lea, Where the cliffs of bonny Diddlesex rise up from out the sea: I stood upon the donjon keep an...Rate it:

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Nationality In Drinks
Robert Browning
I. My heart sank with our Claret-flask, Just now, beneath the heavy sedges That serve this Pond's black face for mask And still at yonder brok...Rate it:

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The Debate
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
He was a Glug of simple charm; He wished no living creature harm. His kindly smile like sunlight fell On all about, and wished them well. Yet, 'spi...Rate it:

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The Man from Iron Bark
Andrew Barton Paterson
It was the man from Ironbark who struck the Sydney town, He wandered over street and park, he wandered up and down. He loitered here he loitered ...Rate it:

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Those Names
Andrew Barton Paterson
The shearers sat in the firelight, hearty and hale and strong, After the hard day's shearing, passing the joke along: The 'ringer' that shore a h...Rate it:

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Toolangi
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
He was obviously English, in his Harris tweeds and stockings. And his accent was of Oxford, and his swagger and his style Seemed to hint at halls b...Rate it:

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Waiting
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Oh, how I love the fine old chap Who sits upon my left at meals, And drops his cabbage, in my lap From swooping fork, while he reveals How he, at H...Rate it:

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The Hard Times In Elfland
Sidney Lanier
A Story of Christmas Eve. Strange that the termagant winds should scold The Christmas Eve so bitterly! But Wife, and Harry the four-year-old, Bi...Rate it:

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The Beds of Fleur-de-Lys
Charlotte Perkins Stetson Gilman
HIGH-LYING, sea-blown stretches of green turf, Wind-bitten close, salt-colored by the sea, Low curve on curve spread far to the cool sky, And, curv...Rate it:

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The Hour Of Prayer
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
Child, amidst the flowers at play, While the red light fades away; Mother, with thine earnest eye, Ever following silently; Father, by the breeze o...Rate it:

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The Old Song
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
A livid sky on London And like the iron steeds that rear A shock of engines halted And I knew the end was near: And something said that far away, o...Rate it:

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The Song of the Wheels
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
King Dives he was walking in his garden all alone, Where his flowers are made of iron and his trees are made of stone, And his hives are full of...Rate it:

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The Spirit Medium
William Butler Yeats
POETRY, music, I have loved, and yet Because of those new dead That come into my soul and escape Confusion of the bed, Or those begotten or unbegot...Rate it:

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Baby Bell
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
I Have you not heard the poets tell How came the dainty Baby Bell Into this world of ours? The gates of heaven were left ajar: With folded hands a...Rate it:

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Where Shall We Land
James Whitcomb Riley
'_Where shall we land you, sweet_?'--Swinburne. All listlessly we float Out seaward in the boat That beareth Love. Our sails of purest snow Bend t...Rate it:

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A Prayer
James Joyce
Again! Come, give, yield all your strength to me! From far a low word breathes on the breaking brain Its cruel calm, submission's misery, Gentling ...Rate it:

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An Unwritten Tragedy
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Ho, ye that thirst beside the running stream! Love is a running stream, whose waters flow Upon the earth, and who would drink thereof Must bend him...Rate it:

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