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Do Not Cheer, Men Are Dying, Said Capt. Phillips
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Do not cheer, for men are dying From their distant homes in pain; And the restless sea is darkened By a flood of crimson rain. Do not cheer, f...Rate it:

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Don't Cheer
Robert William Service
Don't cheer, damn you! Don't cheer! Silence! Your bitterest tear Is fulsomely sweet to-day. . . . Down on your knees and pray. See, they sing as t...Rate it:

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Cheer
Robert William Service
said. There's a smile and a tear, a sigh and a cheer, But better be living than dead; A joy anRate it:

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Sonnet 97: Dian, That Fain Would Cheer
Sir Philip Sidney
Dian, that fain would cheer her friend the Night, Shows her oft at the full her fairest race, Bringing with her those starry nymphs, whose chase ...Rate it:

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Is There A Power That Can Sustain And Cheer
William Wordsworth
Is there a power that can sustain and cheer The captive chieftain, by a tyrant's doom, Forced to descend into his destined tomb-- A dungeon dark! w...Rate it:

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Good Cheer
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
then waited. The people clapped and laughed and cheered, The tiger sprang, the horse upreared, ButRate it:

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Birds Of Prey March
Rudyard Kipling
kind o' things to take aboard the ship. Cheer! An' we'll never march to victory. CheerRate it:

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Ode To The
George Canning
the faltering periods lag, Hark to the cheers of brother Bragge. When the faltering periods lag, ORate it:

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The Boatswain’s Song
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
A CHEER to keep our hearts up, A cup to drown our tears, And we'll talk of those who perished, Our mates in former years. The Betsey was a vess...Rate it:

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An Australian Paean—1876
Marcus Clarke
we marching, moved this morning All adown the cheering street? In our federated freedom, In our manRate it:

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Of The Three Seekers
William Morris
shall never move.” Whither away to win good cheer? “With me,” said the first, “for my king is nearRate it:

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Sea Ballad - From
Sydney Thompson Dobell
lads, in we go!” (You should hear the British cheer, Fore and aft.) “There are twenty saRate it:

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The First Surveyor
Andrew Barton Paterson
Hark to 'em at the station now! They're raising cheer on cheer! 'The man who brought the railway Rate it:

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The March Of The Dead
Robert William Service
And you scarce could hear the music for the cheers. And you scarce could see the house-tops for Rate it:

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The Mystic Veil
Henry Clay Work
tell me truely is it you, love, Come to cheer my lonly heart? Come one step nearer! (One step nearRate it:

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The Sergeant's Weddin'
Rudyard Kipling
all about 'em, They've got all to find! Cheer for the Sergeant's weddin' -- Give 'em oRate it:

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At the Tug-0-War
Henry Lawson
high above the mighty roar, I heard the old man cheer! I felt my muscles swelling when the old maRate it:

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Cadyow Castle
Sir Walter Scott
light the dancer's bound, As mirth and music cheer'd the hall. But Cadyow's towers, in ruins laid,Rate it:

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Carry On
Robert William Service
mad with the thrill and the glory; It's easy to cheer when victory's near, And wallow in fieldsRate it:

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Don't Drink
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
is nothing of happiness, pleasure, or cheer, In brandy, in whiskey, in rum, ale, or beer. If they cRate it:

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Eighty Not Out
Robert William Service
I have nothing important to say. I cheer the old grannies whose needles are plying; I watch the weeRate it:

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Marmion: Introduction to Canto VI.
Sir Walter Scott
the new-born year The fittest time for festal cheer; E'en, heathen yet, the savage Dane At Iol moreRate it:

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Song of the Sailor Boy
Eliza Cook
Cheer up, cheer up, my mother dear! Ah! Why do you sit and weep? Do you think that he who guards me here, Forsakes me on the deep? Let hope and fai...Rate it:

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The Ballad of the Calliope
Andrew Barton Paterson
her out to sea!" And the answer came with cheers From the stalwart engineers, From the grim andRate it:

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The Battle of El-Teb
William Topaz McGonagall
the reveille was sounded, they gave a hearty cheer And their fires were piled up higher again, ThenRate it:

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