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Gilhooley's Estate
Andrew Barton Paterson
everyone knows, So they took him to Gilhooley's Estate. Gilhooley in life had been living so freeRate it:

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Midnight Estate
Velimir Khlebnikov
Midnight estate, Genghis Khanerate! Rustle, blue birches. Bright sunset, Zarathustrate! And you, blue sky, Mozartate! You twilight-cloud, be Goya! ...Rate it:

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Of the Mean and Sure Estate
Sir Thomas Wyatt
My mother's maids, when they did sew and spin, They sang sometime a song of the field mouse, That, for because her livelood was but thin, ...Rate it:

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Division Of An Estate
George Moses Horton
It well bespeaks a man beheaded, quite Divested of the laurel robe of life, When every member struggles for its base, The head; the power of ord...Rate it:

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Of Hell And The Estate of Those Who Perish
John Bunyan
hus, having show'd you what I see Of heaven, I now will tell You also, after search, what be The damned wights of hell. And O, that they who read ...Rate it:

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Of the Mean and Sure Estate
David McKee Wright
My mother's maids, when they did sew and spin, They sang sometime a song of the field mouse, That, for because her livelood was but thin, Would ne...Rate it:

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Of the Mean and Sure Estate Written to John Poins
Sir Thomas Wyatt
My mother's maids, when they did sew and spin, They sang sometime a song of the field mouse, That, for because her livelood was but thin, Would ...Rate it:

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Sun-Testament
Harry Crosby
made. First, I hereby direct and elect that my estate shall be administered and my will construed Rate it:

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The Occasion of the Law Suit. chapter I
John Arbuthnot
and a cunning attorney got him to settle his estate upon his cousin Philip Baboon, to the great dRate it:

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A Christmas Carol
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
of the Prince of Peace, Poor, simple, and of low estate! That strife should vanish, battle cease, ORate it:

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A Christmas Carol
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
of the Prince of Peace, Poor, simple, and of low estate! That strife should vanish, battle cease, ORate it:

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A Letter For My Son To One Of His School--Fellows, Son To Henry Rose, Esq;
Mary Barber
to help to sell Cloaths: ``He'll have an Estate, and 'twill do very well, ``That he, like his FatheRate it:

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Eclogue The Third
Thomas Chatterton
moe greate, Inne honnoure, knyghtehoode and estate? SIR ROGERE Attourne thine eyne arounde thys hRate it:

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My Tenants
Helen Hunt Jackson
I never had a title-deed To my estate. But little heed Eyes give to me, when I walk by My fields, to see who occupy. Some clumsy men who lease ...Rate it:

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The Brothers
Ambrose Bierce
sir, and I, of late, Came into a large estate. Brother's-h'm, ha,-rather queer Sometimes _(tapping Rate it:

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The Castle Of Indolence
James Thomson
here by toil, Do not complain of this thy hard estate; That like an emmet thou must ever moil, IRate it:

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The Cynic's Bequest
Ambrose Bierce
his sleepiness so great, Himself to gobble the estate. 'I give,' the dead had writ, 'my all To MeerRate it:

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The Dead King
Rudyard Kipling
a land more dear? And, unconcerned for his own estate, toils till the last grudged sands have run? Rate it:

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To Mrs. Strangeways Horner, With A Letter From My Son;
Mary Barber
(I hear you now repeat) I long to know of your Estate. Say--Is it an Hibernian Bog, Where Phoebus sRate it:

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Vanity of Vanities
Michael Wigglesworth
miserable Man, Learn what thou art when thine estate is best: A restless Wave o'th' troubled Ocean,Rate it:

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Glory To God Alone
William Cowper
thy praise! My soul! rest happy in thy low estate, Nor hope, nor wish, to be esteemed or great, ToRate it:

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Mary and Gabriel
Rupert Brooke
limbs' sweet treachery, her strange high estate, Over and over, whispering, half revealing, WeepingRate it:

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The Friar's Tale
Geoffrey Chaucer
*civil, gentle And courteous, as a man of your estate; In company we will have no debate: Tell us yRate it:

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'Tis Opposites—entice
Emily Dickinson
Lost—Day's face— The Blind—esteem it be Enough Estate—to see— The Captive—strangles new— For deemiRate it:

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A Ballad of the Scottsysshe Kyne
John Skelton
your copyholde. Ye be bounde tenauntes to his estate; Give up your game, ye playe chek mate; For toRate it:

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