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Eaten alive
Matsuo Basho
Eaten alive by lice and fleas -- now the horse beside my pillow pees Rate it:

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Causerie (Conversation)
Charles Baudelaire
woman. Seek my heart no longer; the beasts have eaten it. My heart is a palace polluted by the moRate it:

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King Borria Bungalee Boo
William Schwenck Gilbert
were once on a far larger scale, But he'd eaten the balance, you see ('Scale' and 'balance' is punnRate it:

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The Valley Of Dry Bones
Ambrose Bierce
he strokes it down and across as he sings: 'I've eaten my fill of the legs and wings, The neck, theRate it:

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Albert and the Lion
Marriott Edgar
to the Animal Keeper, That the Lion had eaten their son. The keeper was quite nice about it; He saRate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 06
Sa di
intelligent son who said: ‘Father, hast thou not eaten anything at the repast of the sultan?’ He reRate it:

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From A Full Moon In March
William Butler Yeats
rest I pass, one sentence I unsay. Had de Valera eaten parnell's heart No loose-lipped demagogue haRate it:

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From A German War Primer
Bertolt Brecht
talk about food. The fact is: they have Already eaten. The lowly must leave this earth Without haRate it:

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God's Judgment on a Wicked Bishop
Robert Southey
like death all over him came, For the Rats had eaten it out of the frame. As he look'd there came Rate it:

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Jim
Hilaire Belloc
Who ran away from his Nurse and was eaten by a Lion There was a Boy whose name was Jim; His Friends were very good to him. They gave him Tea, and ...Rate it:

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Parnell's Funeral
William Butler Yeats
rest I pass, one sentence I unsay. Had de Valera eaten parnell's heart No loose-lipped demagogue haRate it:

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The Lion and Albert
Marriott Edgar
to the Animal Keeper, That the Lion had eaten their son. The keeper was quite nice about it; He saRate it:

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The Weird Lady
Charles Kingsley
thou hast been with me; The rust has eaten thy harness bright, And the rats have eaten thy greyhounRate it:

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A Story at Dusk
Ada Cambridge
lichen clothed, Wherein old bells, on old worm-eaten frames And rusty wheels, had swung for centuriRate it:

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Dawn of Poetry
NS Murty
the cubicles therein figuring out From the moth-eaten, brittle, tanned sheets To the latest glazy sRate it:

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Food
Robert curran
sure it was killed right and blessed Having eaten, now instead of seconds Who wants to clean up thRate it:

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Prelude
Rudyard Kipling
I have eaten your bread and salt. I have drunk your water and wine. In deaths ye died I have watched beside, And the lives ye led were mine. Was t...Rate it:

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Roger Heston
Edgar Lee Masters
the rope to get beyond the circle Which she had eaten bare, Out came the stake, and tossing up her Rate it:

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Shot at Dawn
Mark Nadin (The Deal Poet)
comrades yet all I did was cry For days I hadn't eaten except for bread and tea My mind was now a mRate it:

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This is Just to Say
William Carlos Williams
I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so ...Rate it:

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Upon A Snail
John Bunyan
them nothing be afraid; The herb and flower are eaten by the snail. Rate it:

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Vulture
Robinson Jeffers
I was sorry to have disappointed him. To be eaten by that beak and become part of him, toRate it:

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YOUNG GREEK SOLITARY
ILIAS FOUKIS
will end? Unobserved and slowly they will be eaten by the rust and the dust of forgetRate it:

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The Elf Singing
William Allingham
hole, And, are his magic word he could say, Was eaten up by a Mole. Rate it:

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A Bill for the Better Promotion of Oppression on the Sabbath Day
Thomas Love Peacock
the rich. No beer may be drank, Food eaten, rest taken, away from home, And each House shall a SundRate it:

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