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Old Town Types
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I can not recall his heyday; for I knew him in the day When his curly hair had thinned a bit, his waxed moustache grown grey. That he kept the loca...Rate it:

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A Lament
Katharine Tynan
no bloom. Percy, golden-hearted boy, In the heyday of his joy Left his new-made bride and choseRate it:

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Meddlesome Matty
Ann Taylor
bits they lay, Her grandmamma she spies. "Heyday! and what's the matter now?" Says grandmamma, wiRate it:

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Of Dimitrios Sotir
Constantine P. Cavafy
contempt for the Hellenized dynasties: their heyday was over, they weren't fit for anything seriousRate it:

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Old Town Types No. 18
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
about him great good cheer in his prosperous heyday; Familiar sight on district roads - his buckboaRate it:

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On a Fine Morning
Thomas Hardy
gray things golden seem. II Thus do I this heyday, holding Shadows but as lights unfolding, ARate it:

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Paul Laurence Dunbar
life. Love that should bring me youth's happiest heyday Brings me but seasons of sorrow and strife:Rate it:

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Sonnet 01
Alan Seeger
Sidney, in whom the heyday of romance Came to its precious and most perfect flower, Whether you tourneyed with victorious lance Or brought sweet...Rate it:

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Tis Hard
Augusta Davies Webster
but more content; 'Tis our ripe flush, the heyday of our prime; We learn full breath, how rich ofRate it:

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To A Moralist
Friedrich Schiller
pulse,--quick or slow As the blood from the heyday retreats,-- But it cannot make gods ofRate it:

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