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West Of Fanny O'Dea's
Alice Guerin Crist
Atlantic batters the coast of Clare “West of Fanny O”Dea’s” Now the old folk tell, in their cheerfRate it:

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Ode to Fanny
John Keats
warmer June for me. Why, this, you'll say, my Fanny! is not true: Put your soft hand upon your snRate it:

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A Mlle Fanny de P.
Victor Marie Hugo
Ô vous que votre âge défend, Riez ! tout vous caresse encore. Jouez ! chantez ! soyez l'enfant ! Soyez la fleur ; soyez l'aurore ! Quant au dest...Rate it:

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Lines To Fanny
John Keats
What can I do to drive away Remembrance from my eyes? for they have seen, Aye, an hour ago, my brilliant Queen! Touch has a memory. O say, love, ...Rate it:

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Meryl Streep's Fanny
Arthur Pendalyn
To sit upon a stone, from which I am free I must admit to myself, why I, who am so behind Must try to find a smooth patch, when sometimes It's the ...Rate it:

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On Fanny Godwin
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Her voice did quiver as we parted, Yet knew I not that heart was broken From which it came, and I departed Heeding not the words then spoken. Miser...Rate it:

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To Fanny
John Keats
I cry your mercy—pity—love!—aye, love! Merciful love that tantalizes not, One-thoughted, never-wandering, guileless love, Unmasked, and being seen—...Rate it:

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An Elective Course
Thomas Bailey Aldrich
A HARVARD UNDERGRADUATE The bloom that lies on Fanny's cheek Is all my Latin, all my Greek; TheRate it:

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Frances Keeps Her Promise
Ann Taylor
'MY Fanny, I have news to tell, Your diligence quite pleases me; You've work'd so neatly, read so well, With cousin Jane you may take tea. 'Bu...Rate it:

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Romance
Robert William Service
wilted in despair A Frenchman flipped me on the fanny. 'Twas only juts a gentle pat, Yet oh what sRate it:

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The Cane-Bottom'd Chair
William Makepeace Thackeray
old feet; But since the fair morning when Fanny sat there, I bless thee and love thee, old cane-bRate it:

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An Elegy, To an Old Beauty
Thomas Parnell
wild, or oddly gay, We call it only pretty Fanny's way. Let time that makes you homely, make youRate it:

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Prior To Miss Belle's Appearance
James Whitcomb Riley
she gits mad-like he wants her to! Our sister FANNY she's 'LEVEN Years old! 'At's mucher 'an _I_--Rate it:

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Finery
Ann Taylor
hair nicely curl'd, hanging over her face, Young Fanny went out to the house of a friend, With a lRate it:

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Finery
Jane Taylor
hair nicely curl'd, hanging over her face, Young Fanny went out to the house of a friend, With a lRate it:

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Sunday at Hampstead
James Thomson
her bonnet Proving the best of treats. And Fanny plagues big Robert With tricks of the wildest Rate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book II. Canto III.
Coventry Patmore
be thank'd, our first-loves do! Thought I, when Fanny past me sail'd, Loved once, for what I never Rate it:

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OCD, Tourette's and Asperger Syndrome as a rap
Joseph Mark Ippolito
dear sweet me For what has slightly come of thee FANNY FUCKWIT BAWSS YIR MAW!!!! I can't look Rate it:

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Some Account of a New Play
Richard Harris Barham
Dear Charles, -- In reply to your letter, and Fanny's, Lord Brougham, it appears, isn't dead,-- Rate it:

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Apology
Joyce Kilmer
them weep and sing, And Keats is thankful for Fanny Brawne And Drummond for his king. They know thaRate it:

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Farewell Cable Tram
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
sang On a sunny Sabbath Day. And away we go with Fanny or Flo For a tram trip down the Bay. 'What Rate it:

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Friday Afternoon
James Whitcomb Riley
the verse communicated Bears the pen-name 'Fanny Fern.' ' . . . . . . When all has been recited, ARate it:

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Granny
James Whitcomb Riley
"Whittington," 22 And "Golden Locks" fer Fanny! 23 Hear 'em laugh and clap their hands, 24Rate it:

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Marksman Sam
Marriott Edgar
range grew near, "March easy me blushing Aunt Fanny," said Sam, "What a chance with all this 'ere."Rate it:

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Mr. Molony’s Account Of The Ball
William Makepeace Thackeray
to hear the pipers blow, And shake a fut with Fanny there! Rate it:

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