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Hawk And Buckle
Robert Graves
Where is the landlord of old Hawk and Buckle, And what of Master Straddler this hot summer weather? He's along in the tap-room with broad cheeks a-...Rate it:

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Belts
Rudyard Kipling
belts, belts, an' that's done for you!" O buckle an' tongue Was the song that we sung FRate it:

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The Last Party
Christina Nehrling
medicine to relieve symptoms without despairing, buckle in and whether the storm. How lonely I felRate it:

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Cackle
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
you've to truckle To the crowd that will not buckle Into graft. When your policy's a muddle, And yoRate it:

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Arabian Night's Entertainments
William Ernest Henley
wizen Leprechaun, In square-cut, faded reds and buckle-shoes, Bent at his work in the hedge-side, aRate it:

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Bill 'Awkins
Rudyard Kipling
ye do?" "I'd open 'is cheek to 'is chin-strap buckle, An' bung up 'is both eyes, too -- Rate it:

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Blind Old Milton
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
many a year, and with those who trembled not To buckle on their armor for the fight, And set themRate it:

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Drum-Taps
Walt Whitman
how to wear their accoutrements--they buckle the straps carefully; Outdoors arming--indRate it:

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Fairy Song
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
Bring the cap, and bring the vest; Buckle on his sandal shoon; Fetch his memory from the cheRate it:

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Gisli: The Chieftain
Isabella Valancy Crawford
the soul as the tongue cloys with mead! 'Come, buckle thy sharp spear again to thy breast! 'Thy gaRate it:

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He put the Belt around my life
Emily Dickinson
He put the Belt around my life I heard the Buckle snap— And turned away, imperial, My Lifetime folding up— Deliberate, as a Duke would do A Kingdom...Rate it:

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Hundreds And Thousands
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
it o'er muckle to Gi'e to a mon, One that will buckle to Preaching upon Creeds ev'ry dinner-time, PRate it:

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I Charge Within
Kurt Philip Behm
it through the storm The bridle placed, the buckle cinched, the reins, my horse reborn Inside eacRate it:

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Immaculate Tie
Nikhil Parekh
buttons; neatly intermingling with the buckle of my belt, It danced merrily in perfect synergy witRate it:

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Jim the Splitter
Henry Kendall
in moleskin and kip, With a jumper and snake-buckle belt on. No party is Jim of the Pericles type:Rate it:

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My Mate Bill
Andrew Barton Paterson
playing it low on William, But perhaps he'll buckle to, To show them high-toned seraphs What a MulgRate it:

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My Royal rhythm.
Nikhil Parekh
was my astronomical conviction; which didn't buckle the slightest; even under the most invidiously Rate it:

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Promise This—When You be Dying
Emily Dickinson
an Emperor's Hand— Be my lips—the only Buckle Your low Eyes—demand— Mine to stay—when all have wanRate it:

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Song of the Greek Amazon
William Cullen Bryant
I buckle to my slender side The pistol and the scimitar, And in my maiden flower and pride Am come to share the tasks of war. And yonder stands my ...Rate it:

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The Country Clown
John Trumbull
iron chain might form a grate; The silver buckle, dread to view, O'ershadowing all the clumsy shoRate it:

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The Feud: A Border Ballad
Adam Lindsay Gordon
Vale. PLATE II Morituri (te) salutant Now, buckle my broadsword at my side And saddle my trusRate it:

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The Last Muster
William Henry Ogilvie
of silver that Hashed in the silver light; Buckle and stirrup and bridle, and spurs for their bettRate it:

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The Native Born
Rudyard Kipling
by), All round the world (and a Little strap to buckle it). A health to the Native-born! Rate it:

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The Rhyme of Joyous Garde
Adam Lindsay Gordon
fray At the shrine of the Saviour's Mother ; We buckled the spur, we braced the belt, Arthur and I—Rate it:

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The Windhover
Gerard Manley Hopkins
valour |&| act, oh, air, pride, plume, here Buckle! AND the fire that breaks from thee then, a bRate it:

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