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Have A Good Time, Have A Good Life
Ehsan Sehgal
Have a nice day.” “Have a good day.” Or such phrases Make me terribly upset And disgust Those demonstrate A wish or an ending? Those look like rid...Rate it:

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Good Morning sunshine
Nikhil Parekh
Good Morning Sunshine; thank you for filtering stringently through my dingily dilapidate window; embedding optimistic rays of hope in my life, G...Rate it:

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I Felt good
Nikhil Parekh
I felt good while swimming in choppy waves of the tidal sea, diving underwater to have subtle glimpses of the aquatic fish. i felt good gnawing a...Rate it:

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Jolly Good Ale and Old
William Stevenson
foot and hand go cold; But, belly, God send thee good ale enough, Whether it be new or old. I cannRate it:

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A Good-Bye
Edith Nesbit
who now stand with eyes undimmed and dry To say good-bye-- To say good-bye to all sweet memoriesRate it:

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Good and Evil XXII
Khalil Gibran
of the elders of the city said, "Speak to us of Good and Evil." And he answered: Of the good inRate it:

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Ada Cambridge
Good-bye! -- 'tis like a churchyard bell -- good-bye! Poor weeping eyes! Poor head, bowed down with woe! Kiss me again, dear love, before y...Rate it:

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Paul Laurence Dunbar
flight, Sleep, Love, and peaceful be thy rest. Good-night, my love, good-night, good-night. Sweet dRate it:

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A Late Good Night
Robert Fuller Murray
feet I climb. The staircase clock strikes one. Good night, my love! good night, my sweet! My solitRate it:

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As Good as New
Henry Lawson
pass it along to you; And here is a hand to the good old friend who turns up as good as new. And tRate it:

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Good-Children Street
Eugene Field
There's a dear little home in Good-Children street - My heart turneth fondly to-day Where tinkle of tongues and patter of feet Make sweetest of mus...Rate it:

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The Good Of It
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
and gold, Hiding queer deeds 'neath a cloak of good fame; I creep along, braving hunger and cold,Rate it:

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The Good Samaritan
Henry Lawson
He comes from out the ages dim— The good Samaritan; I somehow never pictured him A fat and jolly man; But one who’d little joy to glean, And little...Rate it:

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Glory To God; To Men Good Will!
Joseph Furphy
we own its thrill — 'Glory to God; to men good will!' Though Art may strive for utterance yet, Rate it:

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Percy Bysshe Shelley
Good-night? ah! no; the hour is ill Which severs those it should unite; Let us remain together still, Then it will be good night. How can I call t...Rate it:

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Alfred Austin
Good-night! Now dwindle wan and low The embers of the afterglow, And slowly over leaf and lawn Is twilight's dewy curtain drawn. The slouching vixe...Rate it:

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Oh, It Is Good
Robert William Service
Oh, it is good to drink and sup, And then beside the kindly fire To smoke and heap the faggots up, And rest and dream to heart's desire. Oh, it is...Rate it:

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The Best is Good Enough
James Whitcomb Riley
make the best of everything- The best is good enough for me. Leave discontent alone, and she Will Rate it:

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Good And Evil.
Robert Crawford
Good thoughts, 'tis said, are no more than good dreams Save they be into action put, and that On opportunity depends. Alas! If place and power cohe...Rate it:

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Tidings Of Good
Ambrose Bierce
the world over. He saw how the grass of the good was short And the wicked lived in clover. And he Rate it:

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Good Night to the Season
Winthrop Mackworth Praed
Good-night to the Season!—the rages Led off by the chiefs of the throng, The Lady Matilda's new pages, The Lady Eliza's new song; Miss Fennel's Mac...Rate it:

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Just To Be Good
James Whitcomb Riley
Just to be good-- This is enough--enough! O we who find sin's billows wild and rough, Do we not feel how more than any gold Would be the blameless ...Rate it:

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The Garment Of Good Ladies
Robert Henryson
Would my good Lady love me best, And work after my will, I should ane garment goodliest Gar mak' her body till. Of high honour should be her hoo...Rate it:

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The Good Old Concertina
Henry Lawson
us; We’d play the tunes of bygone days, To some good old bush chorus. Old Erin’s harp may sweeter bRate it:

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There's a Good Time Coming
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
There's a good time coming in the golden by-and-by: And I wish, oh, how I wish that it would come! There's a wise day dawning, by the portents in t...Rate it:

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