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My Chinee Cook
James Brunton Stephens
I only could get back my lost, lamented Chinee cook. We had tried them without number—cooks, to wiRate it:

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The Shearer's Cook
William Thomas Goodge
Now, shearers' cooks, as shearers know, Are very seldom wont to blow; But when I took to dabbing tar And "picking-up" on Blaringar, The cook, when ...Rate it:

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Sonnets on the Discovery of Botany Bay by Captain Cook
Henry Kendall
yells of fear! Who’ll paint thy face, O Cook! Turned seaward, “after many a wistful look!” II TheRate it:

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The Cook May Go Home
Kurt Philip Behm
temperature rises—announcing I’m done Loaves cook in the silence of a sweeter deliverance, letteRate it:

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A Cook
Geoffrey Chaucer
They had a cook with them who stood alone For boiling chicken with a marrow-bone, Sharp flavouring powder and a spice for savour. He could distingu...Rate it:

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Sonnet On Affixing A Tablet To The Memory Of Captain Cook And Sir Joseph Banks Against The Rock Of Their First Landing In Botany Bay
Barron Field
I have been musing what our Banks had said And Cook, had they had second sight, that here (Where fifty years ago the first they were Of voyagers, w...Rate it:

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The Cook's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
THE Cook of London, while the Reeve thus spake, For joy he laugh'd and clapp'd him on the back: 'Aha!' quoth he, 'for Christes passion, This Miller...Rate it:

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The Man From Cook's
Robert William Service
bloody right - I was a Red," The Man from Cook's morosely said. And if our chaps had won the War ToRate it:

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The Master-Cook
Rudyard Kipling
With us there rade a Maister-Cook that came From the Rochelle which is neere Angouleme. Littel hee was, but rounder than a topp, And his small ber...Rate it:

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To a Prospective Cook
Franklin P. Adams
weed the flowers, But stand in the kitchen and cook a fine meal, And ride every night in an automRate it:

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GS [or the Fourth Cook]
Henry Lawson
He has notions of Australia from the tales that he’s been told— Land of leggings and revolvers, land of savages and gold; So he begs old shirts, an...Rate it:

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My Other Chinee Cook
James Brunton Stephens
Yes, I got another Johnny; but he was to Number One As a Satyr to Hyperion, as a rushlight to the sun; He was lazy, he was cheeky, he was dirty, he...Rate it:

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On Visiting The Spot Where Captain Cook And Sir Joseph Banks First Landed In Botany Bay
Barron Field
Here fix the tablet. This must be the place Where our Columbus of the South did land. He saw the Indian village on that sand And on this rock fi...Rate it:

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The Yarn of the Nancy Bell
William Schwenck Gilbert
recite, In a singular minor key: "Oh, I am a cook and a captain bold, And the mate of the NANCY brRate it:

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The Canterbury Tales; THE MAUNCIPLES TALE
Geoffrey Chaucer
he wol falle fro his hors atones. Is that a Cook of London, with meschaunce? Do hym com forth, he Rate it:

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Cooked
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
is dead; Gloom collects, Nuff is said Cook objects. Moth and rust Hither lurk; All is bust, KnockRate it:

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It Happens in the B.R. Families
Franklin P. Adams
In a singular jazzless key: "Oh, I am a cook and a waitress trim And a maid of the second floor,Rate it:

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Brother And Sister
Lewis Carroll
And sternly answered, "Only try!" Off to the cook he quickly ran. "Dear Cook, please lend a fryRate it:

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Help
Franklin P. Adams
to his Love Come, live with us and be our cook, And we will all the whimsies brook That German, IrRate it:

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Ode to W. Kitchener, M.D.
Thomas Hood
Author of The Cook's Oracle, Observations on Vocal Music, The Art of Invigorating and Prolonging Life, Practical Observations on Telescopes, Opera...Rate it:

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The Absent-Minded Beggar
Rudyard Kipling
a lot of little things behind him! Duke's son - cook's son - son of a hundred kings (Fifty thousaRate it:

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A Capital Ship
Charles Edward Carryl
little roast pigs And gunners bread each day The cook was Dutch and behaved as such For the diet heRate it:

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A Community Of Friends
Kurt Philip Behm
There once was a time when women could cook and men knew how to dance Education was by the book no fuzzy math or creative finance Parents vis...Rate it:

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Before We Were Married
Henry Lawson
of Marlborough “plains”, Beach and bluff and cook’s tent—and the cook was a “cow” Before we were maRate it:

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Cat-Pie
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
always be admitted. Once on a time there lived a cook Whose skill was past disputing, Who in his heRate it:

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