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Child, Child
Sara Teasdale
Child, child, love while you can The voice and the eyes and the soul of a man; Never fear though it break your heart -- Out of the wound new joy wi...Rate it:

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TO HIS SAVIOUR, A CHILD;A PRESENT, BY A CHILD
Robert Herrick
Go, pretty child, and bear this flower Unto thy little Saviour; And tell him, by that bud now blown, He is the Rose of Sharon known. When thou hast...Rate it:

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At play
Eugene Field
Play that you are mother dear, And play that papa is your beau; Play that we sit in the corner here, Just as we used to, long ago. Playing so, we l...Rate it:

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O, Little David, Play on Your Harp
Joseph Seamon Cotter
O, Little David, play on your harp, That ivory harp with the golden strings And sing as you did in Jewry Land, Of the Prince of Peace and the Go...Rate it:

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The Island Of Endless Play
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Said Willie to Tom 'Let us hie away To the wonderful Island of Endless Play. It lies off the border of 'No School Land' And abounds with pleasures...Rate it:

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Where The Children Used To Play
James Whitcomb Riley
The old farm-home is Mother's yet and mine, And filled it is with plenty and to spare--, But we are lonely here in life's decline, Though fortune s...Rate it:

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Some Account of a New Play
Richard Harris Barham
'The play's the thing!'-- Hamlet. Tavistock Hotel, Nov. 1839. Dear Charles, -- In reply to your letter, and Fanny's, Lord Brougham, it appears...Rate it:

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Dear Doctor, I have Read your Play
George Gordon Lord Byron
Dear Doctor, I have read your play, Which is a good one in its way, Purges the eyes, and moves the bowels, And drenches handkerchiefs lik...Rate it:

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Gimme that moon to play with
Narsinh Mehta
`Gimme that moon to play with, Ma! Gimme those stars! Gimme those clusters and stuff them all in my pocket!’ He flushes, he cries, he stares at ...Rate it:

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The Masque of Queen Bersabe: A Miracle-Play
Algernon Charles Swinburne
KING DAVID. Knights mine, all that be in hall, I have a counsel to you all, Because of this thing God lets fall Among us for a sign. For some days ...Rate it:

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After The Play
Robert Graves
Father Have you spent the money I gave you to-day? John Ay, father I have. A fourpence on cakes, two pennies that away To a beggar I gave. Father...Rate it:

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Come And Play In The Garden
Ann Taylor
LITTLE sister, come away, And let us in the garden play, For it is a pleasant day. On the grass-plat let us sit, Or, if you please, we'll play ...Rate it:

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Come and Play in the Garden
Jane Taylor
Little sister, come away, And let us in the garden play, For it is a pleasant day. On the grass-plat let us sit, Or, if you please, we'll play ...Rate it:

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The End Of The Play
William Makepeace Thackeray
The play is done; the curtain drops, Slow falling to the prompter's bell: A moment yet the actor stops, And looks around, to say farewell. It is an...Rate it:

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We do not play on Graves
Emily Dickinson
We do not play on Graves— Because there isn't Room— Besides—it isn't even—it slants And People come— And put a Flower on it— And hang their faces ...Rate it:

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Go, songs, for ended is our brief, sweet play
Francis Thompson
Go, songs, for ended is our brief, sweet play; Go, children of swift joy and tardy sorrow: And some are sung, and that was yesterday, And some a...Rate it:

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A Play Festival In Ogden Park
Harriet Monroe
Oh gay and shining June time! Oh meadow brave and bright, Abloom with little children, All tossing in the light! They dance and circle singing— ...Rate it:

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I Dance In Preventative Play
Ehsan Sehgal
I believe in fate I avoid, to initiate, Even though I stay waiting My beloved and soul-mate One may hurt My heart However, One cannot convert My li...Rate it:

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I play at Riches—to appease
Emily Dickinson
I play at Riches—to appease The Clamoring for Gold— It kept me from a Thief, I think, For often, overbold With Want, and Opportunity— I could have...Rate it:

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It is easy to work when the soul is at play
Emily Dickinson
It is easy to work when the soul is at play— But when the soul is in pain— The hearing him put his playthings up Makes work difficult—then— It is ...Rate it:

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Let Us play Yesterday
Emily Dickinson
Let Us play Yesterday— I—the Girl at school— You—and Eternity—the Untold Tale— Easing my famine At my Lexicon— Logarithm—had I—for Drink— 'Twas a ...Rate it:

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Modern Love XIII: I Play for Seasons, Not Eternities
George Meredith
'I play for Seasons; not Eternities!' Says Nature, laughing on her way. 'So must All those whose stake is nothing more than dust!' And lo, she w...Rate it:

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Nature In Play
Kurt Philip Behm
The Russians have taught me that nothing has changed Instead of Nazis and Fascists, we have terrorists to blame Whether Turgenev or Chekhov, ...Rate it:

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Play The Game
Jessie Pope
Twenty-Two stalwarts in stripes and shorts Kicking a ball along, Set in a square of leather-lunged sports Twenty-two thousand strong, Some of t...Rate it:

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Refusing To Play
Kurt Philip Behm
Looming large in my absence, the silence screamed out my name Present in my rejection —refusing to play the game (Villanova Pennsylvania: May,...Rate it:

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