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Exit
Edwin Arlington Robinson
For what we owe to other days, Before we poisoned him with praise, May we who shrank to find him weak Remember that he cannot speak. For envy ...Rate it:

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Exit God
Gamaliel Bradford
Of old our father's God was real, Something they almost saw, Which kept them to a stern ideal And scourged them into awe. They walked the narrow p...Rate it:

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Urceus Exit
Henry Austin Dobson
Triolet I INTENDED an Ode,    And it turn'd to a Sonnet It began a la mode, I intended an Ode; But Rose cross'd the road    In her latest ne...Rate it:

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The Ship of Death
David Herbert Lawrence
like great drops of dew to bruise themselves an exit from themselves. And it is time to go, to bRate it:

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Yaksha
Friend of Yakshsa
not the point. Wait. Where are you going? Exit is over there. Well, I have to save my ass. WhRate it:

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A New Damon And Pythias
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
to confound him, with my friends conspire.) Exit both, apparently in tears, but eyeing each other Rate it:

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A Historical Problem
James Brunton Stephens
* * * * * Exit Farewell Ode. But synchronously with its exitRate it:

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Cat Parody on Poe's
Anonymous Americas
this dear creature called domestic, made his exit through the door. Made his exit without growlingRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act II
John Keats
Jove fans off the clouds. Even now they pass. [Exit. Enter the Nobles from the Council-room. They cRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act III
John Keats
the earth were empty, as when Cain Had no perplexity to hide his head! Or that the sword of some brRate it:

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Otho The Great - Act V
John Keats
Farewell, for this Heaven pardon you. [Exit AURANTHE, Conrad. If he survive one hour, then may I dRate it:

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The Mummery
Ambrose Bierce
capitalist and- FITCH _(letting go):_ Scat! _(Exit Dead Cat.)_ PICKERING: Huzza! good Deacon, wRate it:

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SOME NOTHINGSOME
Hubbs
off time Cease to exist Become 'the late' You exit on time Some heed the fact that time stands stilRate it:

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Life Is A Privilege
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
If some sad fate Sends us alone to seek the exit gate, If men forsake us and as shadows fall, StiRate it:

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1805
Robert Graves
colleagues, Sir, remarked today That Nelson’s exit, though to be lamented, Falls not inopportunely,Rate it:

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A Day In The Life Of A Beggar
Nikhil Parekh
my skeleton shoulders, i have to make an early exit friends, there seems to be a traffic jam, luxRate it:

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A Gray Dawn
Kurt Philip Behm
verdict darkly stained To deluge its exit in torrents of thunder —as light reflects in vain (VillRate it:

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A Vision Of Climate
Ambrose Bierce
some certain thoughts were rife Of an unsummoned exit. As I lay Considering my bitter state, I crieRate it:

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A, B, C.
Charles Stuart Calverley
is the Waiter, who sat up till eight: X is his Exit, not rigidly straight: Y is a Yawning fit causeRate it:

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Anonymity
Kurt Philip Behm
survive Unnamed, As they mark the trail Of their exit With letters penned in Judgment That you no lRate it:

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Behind The Arras
Paul Laurence Dunbar
door that nowhere leads, And gives no hope of exit final, free. Rate it:

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Boredom
Nikhil Parekh
accomplished, And I prayed fervently to god to exit from this utterly boring rigmarole. I sprawlRate it:

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Brown Leaves
Gamaliel Bradford
lengthened course we hardly know Nor mark their exit when they go. Yet through the burst of buddingRate it:

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Crossing Over — Turned Around
Kurt Philip Behm
entwine All beanstalks are felled With the exit signs all aglow I crash through the doubt ReleasiRate it:

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Fragmentary Scenes From The Road To Avernus
Adam Lindsay Gordon
the noble Nunc Dimittis-Benedicimur, my son. [Exit MELCHIOR.] Laurence (alone): Why do I provoke tRate it:

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