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Making Cider
Victoria Sackville-West
rummaging flat bill Searched through beside the cider-press To gobble in their greediness. The youRate it:

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A Cider Song
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
price; It's wine they praise in Paradise, It's cider that they pray. The wine they want in ParaRate it:

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Bein' Back Home
Paul Laurence Dunbar
hill. Apple orchards, full o' fruit, Nigh a cider press to boot — That's the thing jest done up brRate it:

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Older Than You
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
an imp of old Alcohol. So are gin and beer, and cider, too. If you drink up them, they will eat up Rate it:

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A Railroad Eclogue
Walter Savage Landor
are some Not downright dolts . . before the cider's broacht, When all are much alike . . yet most cRate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto IV
John Trumbull
round descried are, On kegs of ale and seats of cider; When first M'Fingal, dimly seen, Rose solemnRate it:

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A Pot Of Tea
Robert William Service
pints of cham; I've swilled down mugs of cider till I've felt a bloomin' dam; But 'struth! theyRate it:

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A Song Of Long Ago
James Whitcomb Riley
the old path wind In and out and on behind The cider-press that chuckles as we grind. Blend in theRate it:

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After Apple Picking
Robert Frost
or spiked with stubble, Went surely to the cider-apple heap As of no worth. One can see what wilRate it:

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An Easy Goin' Feller
Paul Laurence Dunbar
stop awhile 'n' chat the men, 'N' drink some cider now an' then. Do' want no boss a-standin' by To Rate it:

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Audley Court
Alfred Lord Tennyson
and injellied; last, with these, A flask of cider from his father’s vats, Prime, which I knew; and Rate it:

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Baloo Loo For Jenny
Robert Graves
shall make her smile. At Aberdeen clear cider, Mead for her at Nairn, A cup of wine at John o' GroRate it:

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Christmas At The Round Table
John Hookham Frere
drank good Gascon wine, With mead, and ale, and cider of our own; For porter, punch, and negus wereRate it:

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Cobbler Keezar's Vision
John Greenleaf Whittier
the soldier's sword. But give him his ale and cider, Give him his pipe and song, Little he cared fRate it:

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Difference
Stephen Vincent Benet
A country like the dark side of the moon, A cider-apple country, harsh and boon, A country savagRate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. IV.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
blacksmith. Not far withdrawn from these, by the cider-press and the beehives, Michael the fiddler Rate it:

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Evenén in the Village
William Barnes
under the cluster o' trees, Wi' his pipe an' his cider can. Rate it:

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Going Home
Robert William Service
and on the wine that's red; I've looked on cider flowin', till it fairly turned me 'ead; But oh, thRate it:

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Hare Drummer
Edgar Lee Masters
Do the boys and girls still go to Siever's For cider, after school, in late September? Or gather hazel nuts among the thickets On Aaron Hatfield's ...Rate it:

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In The Night
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
and gin, and rum and brandy, Whiskey, cider, ale, and beer, These have slain us and destroyed us- TRate it:

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Kingdom Coming
Henry Clay Work
to keep it while he's gone. Dar's wine an' cider in de kitchen, An' de darkey's dey'll hab some; I Rate it:

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Laudabunt Alii
Sir Henry Newbolt
bear the red fruit up That shall be next year's cider-cup. You too, my friend, may wisely mark HowRate it:

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Little Miss Muffet
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
the time away. When there came a big cider And sat down beside her . . . They carried Miss Muffet Rate it:

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Mazie's Ghost
Robert William Service
With sparkling cider. But since I left that damsel fair, The thoughRate it:

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Ode To Autumn
John Keats
thy laden head across a brook; Or by a cider-press, with patient look, Thou watchestRate it:

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