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The Capture of Lucknow
William Topaz McGonagall
a garden surrounded by mud walls, Determined to capture the Begum Kothie no matter what befalls--, Rate it:

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To Capture And Know
Kurt Philip Behm
first cut the deepest One maxim, one line, to capture and know (Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 201Rate it:

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Completely Capture
Nikhil Parekh
venerated heart was the one which had completely captured every beat of my past; present and futureRate it:

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The Capture
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Duck come switchin' 'cross de lot Hi, oh, Miss Lady! Hurry up an' hide de pot Hi, oh, Miss Lady! Duck's a mighty 'spicious fowl, Slick as snake an'...Rate it:

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The Capture of Havana
William Topaz McGonagall
'Twas in the year 1762 that France and Spain Resolved, allied together, to crush Britain; But the British Army sailed from England in May, And arri...Rate it:

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Complete Control
Nikhil Parekh
I didn't want to capture her eyelashes; the ostentatious mascara delectably embellishing her nimble lids, I didn't want to capture her skin; whic...Rate it:

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When We Had First Fallen In Love
Nikhil Parekh
It was irrevocably impossible for me to capture time; as it indefatigably tick-tocked and unstoppably unfurled into profound virility, But the pri...Rate it:

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All Of A Piece
Roderic Quinn
them, Weaving deftly, as Beauty can, Just to capture the eyes of a man, Just to make the heart of hRate it:

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Tour Abroad of Wilfrid the Great
Alexander MacGregor Rose
pin upon his breas'. En bref, our Wilfrid capture France, He's capture Anglan', too; I t'ink he wiRate it:

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An Aspiration.
Robert Crawford
half-articulate, Which no charms can capture, Come by twos and nest and mate In a moment's rapture.Rate it:

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CHASING WATERFALLS
Jesus Penaranda
and joy. Climbing waterfalls is all I can do to capture the moments were you wash over me....Rate it:

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EMBERS OF LOVE
W. T. JACKSON
HARD TO CAPTURE THE TRUE FEELINGS OF LOVE. THEY MIRROR-LIKE REFLECT THE LIMELIGHT OF OUR LOVE. WITH EACH TURN OF TIME'S GREAT WHEEL, YOUTH RECEDES....Rate it:

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Had All Your So-Called Manliness Died?
Nikhil Parekh
voices of small children to endlessly wail; to capture the hearts and pockets of the biggest connoiRate it:

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A Son of the Soil
James Brunton Stephens
diagrams, and fill the grooves with clay. I will capture me a lubra by the suasion of a waddy— And Rate it:

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Dear,
Can I have this dance?
feet never touch the floor Your eyes capture mine I’m STILL fading… And my heart cries out for moreRate it:

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THE STAR
unifairie
all again The need is inside Once more, he'll capture their hearts Though in the end he must be Rate it:

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Nonsense Verses
Arthur Clement Hilton
swans, To the Backs he took big nets To capture the cygnets, But was told they were kept Rate it:

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How Herman Won The Cross
Edward George Dyson
be left a drop To celebrate the vict'ry when we capture their position.” I'm prowlin' blind, wheRate it:

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'The Yellow Tailed Thornbill'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
bear. Tho' my way be meek and lowly, I can capture, win you wholly If you'll listen to this cheerfuRate it:

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60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
with the world is never assumed. The way he captures the tenuousness of this faith, the balance thaRate it:

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A Dutch Picture. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Fifth)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
singe the beard of the King of Spain, And capture another Dean of Jaen And sell him in Algiers. Rate it:

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A Face
Robert Browning
staff's Burden of honey-colored buds to kiss And capture 'twixt the lips apart for this. Then her lRate it:

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A Fairly Sad Tale
Dorothy Parker
and sense! Though she's a fool who seeks to capture The twenty-first fine, careless rapture, I mustRate it:

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A Hunting Song
Edith Wharton
bare That the cold tides cover, There may you capture her, there, Where the sea gives to the groundRate it:

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A Letter To One Far Away
Harriet Monroe
without measure. Away with time!— His wand I capture, He rules no more For this brief minute. Rate it:

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