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Cut
Nikhil Parekh
In order to cut the fabulous ribbon; I used a pair of majestically glistening scissors, In order to cut the unruly weeds of rampantly sprawling g...Rate it:

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If You Cut A Tree; You Cut Your Own Mother.
Nikhil Parekh
You're not just cutting the tree's artistically slender branches; but by doing so you're infact barbarously cutting the inimitably priceless hands ...Rate it:

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Cut Grass
Philip Larkin
Cut grass lies frail: Brief is the breath Mown stalks exhale. Long, long the death It dies in the white hours Of young-leafed June With chestnut f...Rate it:

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Cut While Shaving
Charles Bukowski
It's never quite right, he said, the way people look, the way the music sounds, the way the words are written. It's never quite right, he said, all...Rate it:

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SNIGGER CUT SHORT
Hubbs
Some laugh when they say ...... A joke that falls short to a snigger A parapraxis is not a para practice But the vacation of an exposed mind Not i...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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Cut The Grass
A R Ammons
The wonderful workings of the world: wonderful, wonderful: I'm surprised half the time: ground up fine, I puff if a pebble stirs: I'm nervous: ...Rate it:

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First Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
Knowing not repeating The weakness of all refrain A first cut true and deepest Once healed —its scar remains (Villanova Pennsylvania:...Rate it:

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First Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
Knowing, —not repeating The weakness, of all refrain A first cut, true and deepest Once healed, —its scar remains (Villanova Pennsylvania: June...Rate it:

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First Cut The Deepest
Kurt Philip Behm
I used the language to my own end, never respecting rules or laws I wrote what seemed the shortest path, between feelings and my thoughts I t...Rate 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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The Cut
Ann Taylor
Well, what's the matter? there's a face What ! has it cut a vein? And is it quite a shocking place? Come, let us look again. I see it bleeds, but ...Rate it:

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The Cut Finger
Ellis Parker Butler
THE GOSSOON [Weeping] It’s bleedin’! It’s bleedin’! THE OULD WOMAN [Soothingly] An’ shure, me lad, ‘t is bleedin’; But come, me hearty laddy buc...Rate it:

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The First Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
Do you change the meaning in favor of form Do you add a new comma because it’s the norm Do you shorten the sentence because it’s advised D...Rate it:

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The First Cut The Deepest
Kurt Philip Behm
Finally hearing your own voice… don’t ever, ever, ever —edit it away (Villanova Pennsylvania: February, 2020)Rate it:

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The Last Cut
Kurt Philip Behm
Life’s ending is short, its beginning unknown The middle is long, chasing stone after stone Memories most vivid, from decades ago Feelings...Rate 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
Horace: Book III, Ode 15 "Uxor pauperis Ibyci, Tandem nequitiæ fige modum tuæ--" IN CHLORIN Dear Mrs. Ibycus, accept a little sound advice, You...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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