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The First Grenadier of France
William Topaz McGonagall
he wanted; And the thought thereof did his mind harass, When he knew a regiment of Austrians was puRate it:

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Abdul Abulbul Amir
William Percy French
you wanted a man to encourage the van, Or harass the foe from the rear, Storm fort or redoubt, you Rate it:

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60 Newest Poems By Mario W. Vitale
ario William Vitale
about the next meal. There’ll be no bills to harass us, and thieves will not break in and steal. InRate it:

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Crazy Country Lassie
Umesh Chandra Lal
heed me Both of us reside in same locality Don't harass me enroute You may incur a bad name in the Rate it:

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A Morning Exercise
William Wordsworth
or seems but to complain; Fancy, intent to harass and annoy, Can thus pervert the evidence of joy.Rate it:

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At Last
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
When I am tired, and old and worn, And harass'd by regret; When blame, reproach, and worldlings' scorn On every side are met; When I have liv...Rate it:

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The Ocean
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
moves are many before the checkmate! Awhile I'll harass thy love of plunder, As on I scud 'neath thRate it:

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Lost in my own life
you don't expect they'll help To annoy, harass and bother I remember those times when I was five DRate it:

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5 Newest Pieces By Mario Vitale & Bio
Mario William Vitale
about the next meal. There’ll be no bills to harass us, and thieves will not break in and steal. InRate it:

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A Complaint On The Miseries Of Life
James Thomson
for In the lone grave I long to rest, And be harass'd here no more: Where joy's fantastic, griefRate it:

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A Soliloquy Of The Full Moon, She Being In A Mad Passion
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
that are rusty. They're my Torment and Curse And harass me worse And bait me and bay me, far sorer Rate it:

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Ego's Prisoner
Ehsan Sehgal
way of attitude Encouraged others To harass and cheat me Damage and hurt me, But you failed In yourRate it:

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I watched the Moon around the House (629)
Emily Dickinson
Avocation nor Concern for little Mysteries As harass us -- like Life -- and Death -- And AfterwarRate it:

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On The Report Of A Monument To Be Erected In Westminster Abbey, To The Memory Of A Late Author (Churchill)
James Beattie
this, thy brother in discordant song, Harass'd the ear, and cramp'd the labouring tongue: And that,Rate it:

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Queen Mary's Complaint
Helen Maria Williams
shall thy jealous terrors cease, And MARY'S harass'd soul have peace. Rate it:

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Rural Sports: A Georgic - Canto I.
John Gay
at last; a calm retreat I chose, And sooth'd my harass'd mind with sweet repose, Where fields, and Rate it:

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Severer Service of myself
Emily Dickinson
begun. I strove to weary Brain and Bone— To harass to fatigue The glittering Retinue of nerves— ViRate it:

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Should you but fail at—Sea
Emily Dickinson
Sun—to die— Or rap—at Paradise—unheard I'd harass God Until he let you in! Rate it:

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Spleen (II)
Charles Baudelaire
long worms crawl like remorse And constantly harass my dearest dead. I am an old boudoir full of Rate it:

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Tale XVI
George Crabbe
here were of the usual kind - And some the body harass'd, some the mind: Billets she wrote, and tenRate it:

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The Battle of Abu Klea
William Topaz McGonagall
with shot and shell the enemy to harass; Then carne the shock of the rebels against the British squRate it:

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The Capture of Lucknow
William Topaz McGonagall
to make a strong resistance, and the British to harass. But barrier after barrier soon was passedRate it:

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The Hares, A Fable.
James Beattie
Remorse, and Terror roll Their tempests on his harass'd soul. But here perhaps it may avail T'enfoRate it:

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The Man Who Saw
William Watson
and spur Men, to afflict them with benign alarm, Harass their sluggish and uneager blood, Till, likRate it:

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The Unknown Eros
Coventry Patmore
of her transfigured past Over the present, harass'd and forlorn, Of nations yet unborn; And this sRate it:

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