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The Poor Can Feed the Birds
John Shaw Neilson
Ragged, unheeded, stooping, meanly shod, The poor pass to the pond: not far away The spires go up to God. Shyly they come from the unpainted lane;...Rate it:

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Shepherd swains that feed your flocks
Alfred Austin
`Shepherd swains that feed your flocks 'Mong the grassy-rooted rocks, While I still see sun and moon, Grant to me this simple boon: As I sit on cra...Rate it:

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Why Feed The Early Signs Of Boredom?
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
Why feed the early signs of boredom With sinister and dismal thought, And wait for separation, burdened With sorrow, lonesome and distraught? The d...Rate it:

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The Dogs
Arthur Symons
My desires are upon me like dogs, I beat them back, Yet they yelp upon my track; And I know that my soul one day shall lie at their feet, And my so...Rate it:

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Dogs
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I've never met a man who hated dogs.... One meets with all sorts as through life he jogs The mean ones, and the vain ones, and the rash, The fooli...Rate it:

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The Twa Dogs
Robert Burns
A Tale 'Twas in that place o' Scotland's isle, That bears the name o' auld King Coil, Upon a bonie day in June, When wearin' thro' the afternoon, ...Rate it:

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Saluting The Street Dogs.
Nikhil Parekh
You unsparingly reprimanded them when they ferociously barked - mischievously chased other damsels of their fraternity and indulged in the most unc...Rate it:

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A Dogs' View
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I'm only just a common racing dog, Simple in habit, and my diet's plain. I have never had a longing for the grog That some men seem to need, more v...Rate it:

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Dogs
Ellis Parker Butler
Dogs is mighty useful beasts They might seem bad at first They might seem worser right along But when they're dead They're wurst. Rate it:

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Dogs Petition
Ehsan Sehgal
We have eyes, ears, tongue, And also legs However, we don't have the hands We also have not the words To express our feelings But we have the sense...Rate it:

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Sleeping Dogs
Kurt Philip Behm
North Jersey woman, South Jersey heat Your past in abeyance —dark memories to sleep (Dreamsleep: February, 2020)Rate it:

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The train dogs
Emily Pauline Johnson
Out of the night and the north; Savage of breed and of bone, Shaggy and swift comes the yelping band, Freighters of fur from the voiceless land...Rate it:

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The Under-Dogs
Robert William Service
What have we done, Oh Lord, that we Are evil starred? How have we erred and sinned to be ...Rate it:

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Morsels Of Invincible Love
Nikhil Parekh
Gregarious morsels of ravishing clouds; to feed the lap of the fathomlessly spell binding sky; inundate its barren persona with satiny charm and co...Rate it:

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Badger
John Clare
The badger grunting on his woodland track With shaggy hide and sharp nose scrowed with black Roots in the bushes and the woods, and makes A great h...Rate it:

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The Gardener XLII: O Mad, Superbly Drunk
Rabindranath Tagore
O mad, superbly drunk; If you kick open your doors and play the fool in public; If you empty your bag in a night, and snap your fingers at...Rate it:

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Canine Conversation
Robert William Service
If dogs could speak, O Mademoiselle, What funny stories they could tell! For instance, take your little "peke," How awkward if the dear could speak...Rate it:

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After the Hunt
Henry Kendall
Underneath the windy mountain walls Forth we rode, an eager band, By the surges and the verges and the gorges, Till the night was on the ...Rate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 3. The Musician's Tale; The Mother's Ghost
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Svend Dyring he rideth adown the glade; I myself was young! There he hath wooed him so winsome a maid; Fair words gladden so many a heart. Togethe...Rate it:

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That There Dog O' Mine
Henry Lawson
Macquarie the shearer had met with an accident. To tell the truth, he had been in a drunken row at a wayside shanty, from which he had escaped with...Rate it:

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The Tragic Death of the Rev. A.H. Mackonochie
William Topaz McGonagall
Friends of humanity, of high and low degree, I pray ye all come listen to me; And truly I will relate to ye, The tragic fate of the Rev. Alexander ...Rate it:

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To Flush, My Dog
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Loving friend, the gift of one Who her own true faith has run Through thy lower nature, Be my benediction said With my hand upon thy head, ...Rate it:

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Trixie
Robert William Service
Dogs have a sense beyond our ken - At least my little Trixie had: Tail-wagging when I laughed, and when I sighed, eyes luminously sad. And if I pla...Rate it:

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Virgil's First Eclogue
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
MELIBOEUS. Tityrus, thou in the shade of a spreading beech-tree reclining, Meditatest, with slender pipe, the Muse of the woodlands. We our country...Rate it:

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The Night Hunt
Thomas MacDonagh
In the morning, in the dark, When the stars begin to blunt, By the wall of Barna Park Dogs I heard and saw them hunt All the parish dogs were ther...Rate it:

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