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First Cut The Deepest
Kurt Philip Behm
knowing what I wrote was true The first cut then—the first cut now, the deepest through and thrRate it:

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The Cut
Ann Taylor
what's the matter? there's a face What ! has it cut a vein? And is it quite a shocking place? Come,Rate it:

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CUT PRICE NUMISMATICS
Alan Parry-Booth
CUT PRICE NUMISMATICS Last Week I bought a box of coins A proper pot-pourri Lira, francs and drachmas And marks from Germany. Coins of every shap...Rate it:

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My New-Cut Ashlar
Rudyard Kipling
My New-Cut ashlar takes the light Where crimson-blank the windows flare. By my own work before the night, Great Overseer, I make my prayer. If the...Rate it:

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First Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
weakness of all refrain A first cut true and deepest Once healed —its scar remains (VillanRate it:

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First Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
repeating The weakness, of all refrain A first cut, true and deepest Once healed, —its scar remaRate it:

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The Cut Finger
Ellis Parker Butler
far beyant the heedin’ Av a tiny bit o’ finger cut that hurrts a bit foreby. ‘Ere ye come till wanRate it:

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The First Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
man once said and it’s truer today “The First Cut Is The Deepest” leave your words as they laRate it:

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The Last Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
or ending, the next step unclear The last cut the deepest, —to suture or sear (Villanova PennsRate it:

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There is a June when Corn is cut
Emily Dickinson
There is a June when Corn is cut And Roses in the Seed— A Summer briefer than the first But tenderer indeed As should a Face supposed the Grave's ...Rate it:

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To an Aged Cut-Up
Franklin P. Adams
ought to be asleep at half-past ten. O Chloris, cut the ragging and the roses and the rum-- DeletRate it:

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Her Monument, The Image Cut Thereon
Ezra Pound
FROM THE ITALIAN OF LEOPARDI Such wast thou, Who art now But buried dust and rusted skeleton. Above the bones and mire, Motionless, placed in vain...Rate it:

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How Babs Malone cut Down the Field
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
Now the squatters and the “cockies,” Shearers, trainers and their jockeys Had gathered them together for a meeting on ...Rate it:

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To an Aged Cut-Up, II
Franklin P. Adams
Chloris lay off the flapper stuff; What's fit for Pholoë, a fluff, Is not for Ibycus's wife-- A woman at your time of life! Ignore, old dame, s...Rate it:

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The Stone
Wilfred Wilson Gibson
"And will you cut a stone for him, To set above his head? And will you cut a stone for him-- A stone for him?" she said. Three days before, a s...Rate it:

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A Tale of the Sea
William Topaz McGonagall
was missing from the elbow, and the throat was cut in a sickening manner which filled the villagersRate it:

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Logic and Spotted Dog
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'im thro' croop an' whoopin' corf, 'e goes an' cuts 'imself! Why don't you 'ang it on the wall, or Rate it:

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Tender Buttons [a Plate]
Gertrude Stein
it is not shown by a mark or by wetting. Cut cut in white, cut in white so lately. Cut more than aRate it:

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The Way Out
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
this is sure: By hook or crook, We won't cut down expenses!' How like a harried housewife these WiRate it:

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To A Word-Warrior
Ambrose Bierce
Pixley, you, who kiss the hand That strove to cut the country's throat, Cannot forgive the hands thRate it:

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Boston Hymn
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Freedom,-- Choose him to be your king; He shall cut pathways east and west, And fend you with his wRate it:

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Epigrams
George Gordon Lord Byron
perish'd rather than see Rome en­slaved, Thou cutt' st thy throat that Britain may be saved! So CasRate it:

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For all the Land to See: A Song of the Tools
Henry Lawson
THE CROSS-CUT and the crowbar cross, and hang them on the wall, And make a greenhide rack to fit the wedges and the maul, The “done” long-handled s...Rate it:

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Marigolds
Robert Graves
Hedge the flowerbed all about, Pull or stab or cut or burn, She will ever yet return. Look: thRate it:

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The Man from Iron Bark
Andrew Barton Paterson
this bloomin' yokel think his bloomin' throat is cut.' And as he soaped and rubbed it in he made aRate it:

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