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Peek-A-Boo
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
can do Is the very first time it plays peek-a-boo; When it hides its pink little face in its handsRate it:

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Sir Barnaby Bampton Boo
William Schwenck Gilbert
This is SIR BARNABY BAMPTON BOO, Last of a noble race, BARNABY BAMPTON, coming to woo, All at a deuce of a pace. BARNABY BAMPTON BOO, Here is a hea...Rate it:

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King Borria Bungalee Boo
William Schwenck Gilbert
KING BORRIA BUNGALEE BOO Was a man-eating African swell; His sigh was a hullaballoo, His whisper a horrible yell - A horrible, horrible yell! Four...Rate it:

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Abba Thule's Lament For His Son Prince Le Boo
William Lisle Bowles
I climb the highest cliff; I hear the sound Of dashing waves; I gaze intent around; I mark the gray cope, and the hollowness Of heaven, and the gre...Rate it:

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Boo to Buddha
Aleister Crowley
So it is eighteen years, Helena, since we met! A season so endears, Nor you nor I forget The fresh young faces that once clove In that most fiery d...Rate it:

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The two little skeezucks
Eugene Field
two little skeezucks who lived in the isle Of Boo in a southern sea; They clambered and rollicked Rate it:

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Begin The Begun
Mario William Vitale
onto the climax with fire works A kiss on your boo boo cause you know it hurts We were all created Rate it:

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The Princess's Finger-Nail: A Tale Of Nonsense Land
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
stood in column; The court-jester blubbered, 'Boo-hoo, boo-hoo'; The cook in the kitchen dropped teRate it:

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A Poem To A Mother....
Pamela Macdonald
laid out rules, and given advice, they've kissed boo boos, said "i love yous," and "you'll always bRate it:

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The rock-a-by lady
Eugene Field
on silvery streams, And the stars peek-a-boo with their own misty gleams, And up, up, and up, whereRate it:

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Shikwaa
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
Hain Hum; Qissa-e-Dard Sunaate Hain Ke Majboor Hain Hum. Saaz Khaamosh Hain, Fariyaad Se Maamoor Rate it:

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A Confidence
Paul Laurence Dunbar
silly girls 'ud do, When I'd hide and holier 'Boo!' She'd jest laff an' say 'Git out! What you holRate it:

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A piteous plaint
Eugene Field
little Harry Knott; You play with them at peek-a-boo All in the Waller Lot! Wildly I gnash my new-Rate it:

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Christmas (A Sestina)
Leslie Alexis
completes the family Even as Grandma and her boo are still by the mistletoe Their love brings to Rate it:

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Enigma
Thomas Moore
the lord of the counting-house bends o'er his book, Bright pictures of profit delighting to draw, ORate it:

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Fit the Eighth (Hunting of the Snark )
Lewis Carroll
and cheers: Then the ominous words "It's a Boo--" Then, silence. Some fancied they heard in the Rate it:

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Five Little Toes In The Morning
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
abed like a sleepy head, And this toe cries 'Boo-hoo.' This toe big and tall is the smartest of allRate it:

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In Memoriam
Ambrose Bierce
man could 'shoo' By shouting, however abruptly, 'Boo!' She wasn't a maid who'd run and hide If her Rate it:

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Introduction to Ginger Mick
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
rung no joy-bells when 'e made 'is first de- boo; But 'e got free edjication, w'ich they fondly shoRate it:

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Lamenting Widow
Ho Xuan Huong
A woman wails, boo hoo, mourning her man Shut up, shame on you, don't cry to the hills! O little sister, I should have warned you Don't eat the mea...Rate it:

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Margrave
Robinson Jeffers
sooner, but annihilation's Not in the book yet. So, I thought, the rumor Of human consciousness haRate it:

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Salvini In America
Ambrose Bierce
lord of joy and woe: We thrill if you say 'Boo,' And thrill if you say 'Bo.' Rate it:

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Stinkomalee triumphans
Richard Harris Barham
of ormolu. All darkly grand, like Prince Lee Boo, Lectures on Free Trade at the U- --niversity wRate it:

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The Bishop of Rum-Ti-Foo Again
William Schwenck Gilbert
feathers in my hair, And dance the 'Cutch-chi-boo!'" (13) And to conciliate his See He married PICRate it:

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The Haughty Snail-King
Vachel Lindsay
little courtiers of mine, . . . I crave a pretty boo. . . . Oh, yes . . . (High thoughts with efforRate it:

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