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The Faire Amarillis
Sir Edward Dyer
wh' in his brest Felte of the other's smarte. Butt with gould both headed were And both wth lyke dRate it:

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Bristowe Tragedie: Or The Dethe Of Syr Charles Badwin
Thomas Chatterton
the castle-gate, And to Syr CHARLES dydd goe. Butt whenne hee came, hys children twaine, And eke hRate it:

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May Colven
Andrew Lang
name, Her father's only heir. He wood her butt, he wood her ben, He wood her in the ha, Until he gRate it:

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Retrospection
Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
to plunge the kitten In his bath, the water-butt. Age, my James, that from the cheek of Beauty stRate it:

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Robin Hood's Flight
James Henry Leigh Hunt
stuck in his paunch so fat, As in a leathern butt, As in a leathern butt of wine; Or dough, Rate it:

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The Betrothed
Rudyard Kipling
Love's torch stinking and stale, like the butt of a dead cigar -- The butt of a dead cigar you areRate it:

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The Mountain Splitter
Henry Lawson
steady strokes of his axe. Loud cracks at the butt; and the strong wood is burst; And the splitterRate it:

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The Parish Register - Part III: Burials
George Crabbe
fat landlord of the Old Crown Inn, - Big as his butt, and, for the selfsame use, To take in stores Rate it:

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The Rhyme Of The Three Captains
Rudyard Kipling
she rolled, And the skipper sat on the scuttle-butt and stared at an empty hold. "I ha' paid Port dRate it:

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By The Waters Of Babylon
Christina Georgina Rossetti
our foes are even marvellous, A hissing and a butt for pointing hands, Whilst God Almighty hunts anRate it:

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A Farm Walk
Christina Georgina Rossetti
watch the lambs leap at their pranks And butt their patient mothers. Alas, one point in all my plaRate it:

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A Polish Insurgent
James Thomson
and broad, and round—like so! Kindly—but dense, butt dense, Said to me: “Do not go: It is hopeless;Rate it:

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An Allegory
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
it done— A stab, a curse, some quick play of the butt, Two skulls cracked crosswise, but the colourRate it:

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As You Go Through Life
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
universe – Remember it lived before you. Don’t butt at the storm with your puny form, But bend aRate it:

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Babylon Is Fallen!
Henry Clay Work
You is mistaken, 'Tis darkies' bay'nets, An' de buttons on dar uniform. Way up in the cornfield, WRate it:

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Châtiment De L'Orgueil (The Punishment of Pride)
Charles Baudelaire
with no hereafter, He served the children as a butt for laughter. — Translated by Roy Campbell TRate it:

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Dance
Nikhil Parekh
when deliberately kissed by cigarette butt, The succulent fruits high up in the tree; danced in pRate it:

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Epistle To The Honourable C. B.
James Beattie
feet may the huge tortoise crawl. Not Parson's butt my appetite can move, Nor, Bell, thy beer; nor Rate it:

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February
Thomas Chatterton
muse of Johnson is no more! Drown'd in a butt of wine his genius lies; Earth! Ocean! Heav'n! The Rate it:

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Flames
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
me a scare. I stumble on. Against a red-hot butt I burn my hand, but never even swear; But keep Rate it:

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Form the Green Helmet And Other Poems
William Butler Yeats
HIS DREAM I SWAYED upon the gaudy stem The butt-end of a steering-oar, And saw wherever I could turn A crowd upon a shore. And though I would have ...Rate it:

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Funk
Robert William Service
tryin' To grin and grip your rifle by the butt, When the 'ole world rips asunder, And you sees Rate it:

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Get Work
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
hear!' And he soon became the scapegoat and the butt of all the tribe, And he dwelt within the smaRate it:

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His Dream
William Butler Yeats
I swayed upon the gaudy stem The butt-end of a steering-oar, And saw wherever I could turn A crowd upon a shore. And though I would have hushed th...Rate it:

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I Entreat You, Alfred Tennyson
Walter Savage Landor
it within. And as sure as I'm a rhymer, Half a butt of Rudeheimer. Come; among the sons of men iRate it:

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