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The House Of Dust: Part 04: 02: Death: And A Derisive Chorus
Conrad Potter Aiken
The door is shut. She leaves the curtained office, And down the grey-walled stairs comes trembling slowly Towards the dazzling street. Her withere...Rate it:

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The Mortal Lease
Edith Wharton
walks her ghost beside me, whispering With lips derisive: “Thou that wouldst forego— What god assurRate it:

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A New Year's Resolution to Leave Dundee
William Topaz McGonagall
they do shout 'There goes Mad McGonagall' In derisive shouts as loud as they can bawl, And lifts stRate it:

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Bénédiction (Benediction)
Charles Baudelaire
knot of vipers Rather than to have fed this derisive object! Accursed be the night of ephemeral joyRate it:

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Chanson d'Après-midi (Afternoon Song)
Charles Baudelaire
kisses; You tear me open, dark beauty, With derisive laughter, And then look at my heart With eyeRate it:

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Factory Windows Are Always Broken
Vachel Lindsay
through the chapel-window The bitter, snarling, derisive stone. Factory windows are always brokeRate it:

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From Fame to Fowls
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
renown. Now I and Blenkinsop, my pard, Walk 'mid derisive howls; Although his lot is not so hard, FRate it:

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January
William Carlos Williams
the wind, as before, fingers perfectly its derisive music. Rate it:

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Tears In Sleep
Louise Bogan
bars of the dream and they were said, And pain's derisive hand had given me rest From the night givRate it:

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The Candid Candidate
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Ebenezer Jackson raised a wild, derisive shout From 'intelligent electors.' 'Mad!' they said, 'witRate it:

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The Legend of Mirth
Rudyard Kipling
pile the drift Whence, one by one, beneath derisive skies, The victims' bare, bewildered heads arisRate it:

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The Receptionist
Robert William Service
My occupation. So once in a derisive mood My pen I nibbled; And thougRate it:

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The Summary History of Sir William Wallace
William Topaz McGonagall
die upon a shameful scaffold high, Amidst the derisive shouts of your enemies standing by. But yoRate it:

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The Truce And The Peace
Robinson Jeffers
mortal momentary hour With too much gesture, the derisive skies Twinkle against our wrongs, our rigRate it:

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Vigil
William Ernest Henley
me; Old voices, old kisses, old songs Blossom derisive about me; While the new days Pass me in endlRate it:

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