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Heaven
Rupert Brooke
deep wisdom, dark or clear, Each secret fishy hope or fear. Fish say, they have their Stream and PoRate it:

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A Sea Dirge
Lewis Carroll
dregs, A decided hint of salt in your tea, And a fishy taste in the very eggs - By all means chooseRate it:

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A Conversation with Satan
Theme
idea, because the newcomer's here are acting too fishy. Most of them are from Russia. They are usedRate it:

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Botany Bay Eclogues 03 - Humphrey And William
Robert Southey
canoe to shore And hurries homeward with his fishy store. Suppose we leave awhile this stubborn soiRate it:

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Forest History
George Meredith
volcano tongue, With league-long lizard tail and fishy fin: II. Old Earth's original Dragon; therRate it:

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Marsh Song -- At Sunset.
Sidney Lanier
-- Thy Prospero I'll be. Over the humped and fishy sea, Over the Caliban sea O cloud in the West, Rate it:

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Moonlight
John Crowe Ransom
my own love, and speak so low That not a fishy thing shall hear The secrets passing to and fro AmidRate it:

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The Captain and the Mermaids
William Schwenck Gilbert
sounded loud recalls; But vainly. So these fishy males Declared they too would clothe their tails Rate it:

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The Sea
Lewis Carroll
dregs, A decided hint of salt in your tea, And a fishy taste in the very eggs - By all means choosRate it:

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The Sea
Lewis Carroll
dregs, A decided hint of salt in your tea, And a fishy taste in the very eggs - By all means choosRate it:

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The Silent Shearer
Andrew Barton Paterson
his hearers He sprang from his bunk, and his fishy eye Looked over the laughing shearers. He loRate it:

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There Was Nothing Wrong
Nikhil Parekh
said a blunt no when I could have gone around in fishy routes, if my being straightforward patronizRate it:

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To a Fish
James Henry Leigh Hunt
roaring waste; And you, all shapes beside, that fishy be,-- Some round, some flat, some long, allRate it:

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Trivia ; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London : Book II.
John Gay
damsel, here and there, From Billingsgate her fishy traffic bear; On doors the sallow milk-maid cRate it:

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Trivia; or, the Art of Walking the Streets of London (excer
John Gay
damsel, here and there, From Billingsgate her fishy traffic bear; On doors the sallow milk-maidRate it:

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