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The Ballad Of The Black Fox Skin
Robert William Service
his prize of a black fox pelt, out of the Wild he came. His cheeks were blanched as the flume-headRate it:

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The Crane & The Fox, a Fable
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
In long gone years a fox and crane Were bound in friendship's golden chain; Whene'er they met, the fox would bow And madame Crane would curtsie low...Rate it:

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On The Death Of Mr. Fox
George Gordon Lord Byron
a morning papaer: 'Our nation's foes lament on Fox's death, But bless the hour when PITT resign'Rate it:

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The Cock and The Fox
Robert Henryson
bair busteous, the wold, the wylde lyoun, The fox fenyeit, craftie and cautelous, The dog to bark oRate it:

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The Swamp Fox
William Gilmore Simms
WE follow where the Swamp Fox guides, His friends and merry men are we; And when the troop of Tarleton rides, We burrow in the cypress tree. Th...Rate it:

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The Fox
John Clare
ran and gave a hearty shout, He found a weary fox and beat him out. The ploughman laughed and wouldRate it:

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The Hare And The Fox
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
The fox lay still by the birch-tree's root In the heather. The hare was running with nimble foot O'er the heather. Was ever brighter a suns...Rate it:

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Patriotism 02 Nelson, Pitt, Fox
Sir Walter Scott
be thy Requiescat dumb Lest it be said o'er Fox's tomb. For talents mourn, untimely lost, When bestRate it:

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Patriotism 2. Nelson, Pitt, Fox
Sir Walter Scott
be thy Requiescat dumb Lest it be said o'er Fox's tomb. For talents mourn, untimely lost, When bRate it:

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The Fox And The Crane
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
dinner table; For the nonce they lived united, Fox and crane yclept in fable. Civil greetings pasRate it:

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The Marshfield Fox
Liam Ó Comáin
acres. However, our interest, then, was a dead fox Shot overnight by someone who removed Its tonguRate it:

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When The Fox Dies, His Skin Counts
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
one sultry day; Cupid came, and "Dies the Fox" With us sought to play. Each one of my friends theRate it:

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The Dead Fox Hunter
Robert Graves
what's for him to do Up there, but hunt the fox? Angelic choirs? No, Justice must provide For one wRate it:

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Fox's Dingle
Robert Graves
go jingle, And there's a well-loved pool, By Fox's Dingle, Where Sweetheart, my brown mare, Old GlRate it:

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Fox-Hunting
Rudyard Kipling
THE FOX MEDITATES When Samson set my brush afire To spoil the Timnites barley, I made my point for Leicestershire And left Philistia early. Thr...Rate it:

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The Fox And The Huntsman
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
HARD 'tis on a fox's traces To arrive, midst forest-glades; Hopeless utterly the chase is, If his flight the huntsman aids. And so 'tis with man...Rate it:

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FOx
Di lu sion
Corre por las praderas. buscando, siluetas. y canteras. Luchas asperas y seberas. el zorro con su mirada. y Atencion , no pierde ningun detalle. ...Rate it:

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The Cock And The Fox: Or, The Tale Of The Nun's Priest
John Dryden
There lived, as authors tell, in days of yore, A widow, somewhat old, and very poor; Deep in a dale her cottage lonely stood, Well thatched, and un...Rate it:

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To my Dear Friend M. Ben Jonson, on his Fox
Francis Beaumont
If it might stand with justice to allow The swift conversion of all follies; now, Such is my mercy, that I could admit All sorts should equally app...Rate it:

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The White Foxglove
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Reynard, the fox, was asked to a party. "Come", they said, in your Sunday best, For we like good form, tho' the fun be hearty; So all who dance mus...Rate it:

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The Happy Townland
William Butler Yeats
like the ice, Are dancing in a crowd. The little fox he murmured, 'O what of the world's bane?' TheRate it:

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Proverbs of Hell (Excerpt from The Marriage of Heaven and H
William Blake
of eternity, too great for the eye of man. The fox condemns the trap, not himself. Joys impregnRate it:

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The Dilettante And The Critic
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
joy to others he needs must confide. An aged fox near the place chanc'd to dwell, Talkative, cleveRate it:

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The Legend Of Immortal Truth
Ambrose Bierce
spread him a notable feast, Invited a famishing fox to the place. 'I've killed me,' quoth he, 'an eRate it:

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Brer Rabbit You's de Cutes' of 'Em All
James Weldon Johnson
dar; Brer Rabbit, Brer 'Possum, Brer Wolf, Brer Fox, King Lion, Mister Terrapin, Mister B'ar. De quRate it:

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