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Sonnet 143: Lo, as a careful huswife runs to catch
William Shakespeare
Lo, as a careful huswife runs to catch One of her feathered creatures broke away, Sets down her babe and makes all swift dispatch In pursuit of the...Rate it:

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Catch up
Frank Anthony Cimino jr
and you are away, Maybe someday some way We'll catch up to each other another day.Rate it:

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As Kingfishers Catch Fire
Gerard Manley Hopkins
As king fishers catch fire, dragonflies draw flame; As tumbled over rim in roundy wells Stones ring; like each tucked string tells, each hung...Rate it:

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Go and Catch a Falling Star
John Donne
Go and catch a falling star, Get with child a mandrake root, Tell me where all past years are, Or who cleft the devil's foot, Teach me to h...Rate it:

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Song: Go and catch a falling star
John Donne
Go and catch a falling star, Get with child a mandrake root, Tell me where all past years are, Or who cleft the devil's foot, T...Rate it:

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Author's Apology For His Book
John Bunyan
see the ways the fisherman doth take To catch the fish; what engines doth he make! Behold how he eRate it:

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The Astronomer
Rabindranath Tagore
beaches of that Dadam tree, couldn't somebody catch it?" But dada laughed at me and said, "BabyRate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
things besides If you are really never out to catch (Not to say snatch) A noble husband, then - waiRate it:

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Basket Dance
Amy Lowell
between our shadows. Do you want my basket? Catch it! Catch it! But you cannot catch me, I am Rate it:

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L'Albatros (The Albatross)
Charles Baudelaire
to amuse themselves, the men of a crew Catch albatrosses, those vast sea birds That indolently foRate it:

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The Famous Tay Whale
William Topaz McGonagall
seen by some men one day, And they resolved to catch him without delay. When it came to be known Rate it:

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At sunset
Emily Pauline Johnson
And swoon into the west; My ear can scarcely catch the whispered note, But something in my breasRate it:

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Divine Beauty (1)
shyness, setting in your love nest. I shall catch a glimpse when you rise again. It's a catch 2Rate it:

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`Oh, if that Rainbow up there!'
Ethel Turner
the strand, Swing itself lovingly low, Let me catch fast with one hand, Climb its frail rigging Rate it:

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Funeral Of Youth, The: Threnody
Rupert Brooke
martial face all grim, and fussy JOY, Who had to catch a train, and LUST, poor, snivelling boy; TheRate it:

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A June-Tide Echo
Amy Levy
and concealed like a veiling fold; To catch for an instant the sweet June spell. For once, for oneRate it:

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A Soul in Prison
Augusta Davies Webster
pulpits, and in the swelling sound can never catch the tremulous voice of doubt that wails in theRate it:

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A Threatening Hand
Kurt Philip Behm
till Saturday they spread their delight catch-as-catch-can, then again But Sunday morning to awaRate it:

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An Ode on the Piece
Helen Maria Williams
fainting form, that slowly sinks in death, To catch the parting glance, the fleeting breath. VII. Rate it:

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Baseball and Writing
Marianne Moore
excitement-- a fever in the victim-- pitcher, catcher, fielder, batter. Victim in what category?Rate it:

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Christ at Carnival
Muriel Stuart
And some unfrustrable desire Goaded me on to catch the roses thrown From breast to breast, and wRate it:

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Croquet by Moonlight
Julia A Moore
she'd have some fun, "The one of you that'll catch me, may see me safely home." The play began in eRate it:

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Dirrawan the Song-Maker
James Martin Devaney
all. Dirrawan went to the Long Brown Water to catch makora. he thought about balleballea the silenRate it:

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Dreams Nascent
David Herbert Lawrence
round flesh of the world; And striving to catch a glimpse of the shape of the coming dream, As itRate it:

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Robert William Service
I wish One would be lucky now and then And catch a little fish. I watch them statuesquely staRate it:

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