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The Cane-Bottom'd Chair
William Makepeace Thackeray
china (all crack'd), Old rickety tables, and chairs broken-backed; A two-penny treasury, wondrousRate it:

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The Man Who Discovered The Use Of A Chair
Alfred Noyes
The man who discovered the use of a chair, _Odds--bobs-- What a wonderful man!_ He used to sit down on it, tearing his hair, Till he thought of a h...Rate it:

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The Old Arm-chair
Eliza Cook
shall dare To chide me for loving that old Arm-chair ? I've treasured it long as a sainted prizRate it:

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The Table And The Chair
Edward Lear
Said the Table to the Chair, 'You can hardly be aware How I suffer from the heat, And from chilblains on my feet! If we took a little walk, We migh...Rate it:

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La Chair
Maurice Rollinat
La chair de femme sèche ou grasse Est le fruit de la volupté Tour à tour vert, mûr et gâté Que le désir cueille ou ramasse. Mystérieuse dans sa gr...Rate it:

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La chair
Maurice Rollinat
La chair de femme sèche ou grasse Est le fruit de la volupté Tour à tour vert, mûr et gâté Que le désir cueille ou ramasse. Mystérieuse dans sa gr...Rate it:

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My Father's Chair
Rudyard Kipling
1265 There are four good legs to my Father's Chair-- Priests and People and Lords and Crown. I sitRate it:

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My Rocking-Chair
Robert William Service
old and worse for wear I want to buy a rocking-chair, And set it on a porch where shine The stars oRate it:

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St. Swithin's Chair
Sir Walter Scott
the cloud. The Lady she sate in St. Swithin's Chair, The dew of the night has damped her hair: HerRate it:

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Ultima Thule: From My Arm-Chair
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
of its branches bare, Shaped as a stately chair, Have by my hearthstone found a home at last, And wRate it:

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Tender Buttons [a Chair]
Gertrude Stein
A CHAIR. A widow in a wise veil and more garments shows that shadows are even. It addresses no more, it shadows the stage and learning. A regular ...Rate it:

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While Lounging In A Chair
Afanasy Afanasyevich Fet
While lounging in a chair, I looked up at the ceiling Where, teasing my imagination, A circle hangs above the quiet lamp, And spins just like...Rate it:

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The Garden-Chair
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
TWO PORTRAITS. A PLEASANT picture, full of meanings deep, Old age, calm sitting in the July sun, On withered hands half-leaning--feeble hands, ...Rate it:

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The Plain
Jean Arp
I was alone with a chair on a plain Which lost itself in an empty horizon. The plain was flawlessly paved. Nothing, absolutely nothing but the ...Rate it:

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Theology in Extremis: Or a soliloquy that may have been delivered in India, June, 1857
Alfred Comyn Lyall
and black despair; Reading it all in my easy-chair. Passionate prayer for a minute's life; TortureRate it:

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La Relique
Maurice Rollinat
toujours ! Qu’elle soit pour ton âme La chair mystérieuse et vague de la femme Qui te vouRate it:

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The Ballad of Father Gilligan
William Butler Yeats
green sods lay. Once, while he nodded in a chair At the moth-hour of the eve Another poor man sentRate it:

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The Crane
Wilfred Wilson Gibson
it against the sky. My mother, hunching in her chair, Day-long, and stitching trousers there-- ARate it:

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A Description of a City Shower
Jonathan Swift
Fewds, and join to save their Wigs. Box'd in a Chair the Beau impatient sits, While Spouts run clRate it:

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A Question Of Eligibility
Ambrose Bierce
up his figure for to speak: 'Please, Mr. Chair, I'm holding here A resolution which, I fear, Some aRate it:

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Dennis Shand
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
weave since day grew eve, The lady's in her chair. O passing slow the long hours go With time toRate it:

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Home
Rupert Brooke
last night Into my little room, To the long chair and the firelight And comfortable gloom. But aRate it:

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No Lilies For Lisette
Robert William Service
look she wore!" Said the Door. Said the Chair: "She sat down With a pitiful frown, And theRate it:

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The Little Cripple's Complaint
Ann Taylor
my chamber-window high, Lifted to my easy-chair, I the village-green can spy, Once I used to frolRate it:

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The Mistletoe (A Christmas Tale)
Mary Darby Robinson
with jealous care, Sat sullen, in his wicker chair; Hating the noisy gamesome host Yet, fearful to Rate it:

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