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Connoisseurs
Celia Thaxter
fly out again, good as new? See the blue coats and gray coats, --I'm sorry They bleed and they suffRate it:

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England In Egypt
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
joy was glorified, And for me the ranging Red-coats hold a passion of bright tears, And the glancinRate it:

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The Bour-Tree Den
Robert Louis Stevenson
swords and guns they wanton there, Wi' red, red coats and braw, braw plumes. But I gaed wi' my gowdRate it:

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The Congo: A Study of the Negro Race
Vachel Lindsay
doorway in suits of flame, Yea, long-tailed coats with a gold-leaf crust And hats that were coveredRate it:

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The Sheep
Ellis Parker Butler
and thus promotes The making of vests, pants and coats— Vests, pants and coats and woolen cloths PrRate it:

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The Three Foxes
Alan Alexander Milne
in three little houses, And they didn’t wear coats, and they didn’t wear trousies. They ran throughRate it:

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THE WIDOWS' TEARS; OR, DIRGE OF DORCAS
Robert Herrick
which thy house was plentiful; Farewell the coats, the garments, and The sheets, the rugs, made by Rate it:

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Winter Rain
Christina Georgina Rossetti
Buds will burst their edges, Strip their wool-coats, glue-coats, streaks, In the woods and hedgeRate it:

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Initial Love
Ralph Waldo Emerson
boys might name him. Boy no more, he wears all coats, Frocks, and blouses, capes, capôtes, HRate it:

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Lament
Edna St. Vincent Millay
children: Your father is dead. From his old coats I'll make you little jackets; I'll make you littlRate it:

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The Walrus and the Carpenter
Lewis Carroll
hurried up. All eager for the treat: Their coats were brushed, their faces washed, Their shoes wereRate it:

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Twilight
Ernst Toller
spiritless circle where the dance of the heavy coats dissolves into silence, where dawn breaks intoRate it:

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A Ballad of Baseball Burdens
Franklin P. Adams
Sitting, ay, standing sans their hats and coats. A mighty cheer that possibly denotes That Cub oRate it:

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A Bush Christmas
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Father. 'What a day!' And sheds his vest. For coats no man had need. Then Rogan shoves his plate aRate it:

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A Fairy Song
William Shakespeare
cowslips tall her pensioners be; In their gold coats spots you see; Those be rubies, fairy favours;Rate it:

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A Meditation
Herman Melville
stormer, bled in noon-day glare; No aid the Blue-coats then could bring, He cried to them who neareRate it:

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A Tribute To My Grandparents
Nikhil Parekh
the present moment we were clad heavily in bulky coats and scarves; trying to save our flesh from tRate it:

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Abram Morrison
John Greenleaf Whittier
to think of battles won, And the red-coats on the run, Laughed aloud Friend Morrison. From gray LeRate it:

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Addiction
Nikhil Parekh
slab of iron has an addiction for acquiring coats of rust, the monsoon approaches, mighty dropletsRate it:

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Aghadoe
John Todhunter
in Aghadoe, Where I hid from the eyes of the red-coats and their spies, That year the trouble came Rate it:

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An Island Of Loose Sand
Nikhil Parekh
of my persona being submerged in disdainful coats of mud, Obnoxious molecules of sand extruding frRate it:

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Angels Of The Sky
Nikhil Parekh
blistering heat, ate needle thorn with coats of salt for evening supper, drove their cars suspendRate it:

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At Noey's House
James Whitcomb Riley
back of the old shop, beneath the tree Of 'rusty-coats,' as Noey called them, he Next took the boysRate it:

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Autumn Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
From her palette, don the motley - Joseph's coats of many a hue: Russet-red and golden-yellow As tRate it:

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Baltic Fog Notes
Carl Sandburg
the Wednesday night thousands in goloshes and coats slickered for rain, I learned how hungry I was Rate it:

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