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TILLER AND HOE
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
TWO FELLERS I KNOW, WITH A TILLER AND A HOE WENT OUT TO MAKE THEIR GARDEN GROW ONE WAS SHORT AND THE OTHER TALL WORKED FROM EARLY SPRING 'TILL LATE...Rate it:

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Shearing With a Hoe
Andrew Barton Paterson
don't you get a bloke to take it off 'em with a hoe?" Rate it:

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Washing the hoe
Yosa Buson
Washing the hoe-- ripples on the water; far off, wild ducks. Translated by Robert Hass Rate it:

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A Corn-Song
Paul Laurence Dunbar
of the field-hands slow returning. Oh, we hoe de co'n Since de ehly mo'n; Now de sinkin' sun Says dRate it:

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Drake's Drum
Sir Henry Newbolt
Dios Bay, An' dreamin' arl the time O' Plymouth Hoe. Yarnder lumes the Island, yarnder lie the shRate it:

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The Lay of the Laborer
Thomas Hood
A spade! a rake! a hoe! A pickaxe, or a bill! A hook to reap, or a scythe to mow, A flail, or what ye will— And here's a ready hand To ply the...Rate it:

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The Colubriad
William Cowper
slow, But swift as lightning, for a long Dutch hoe, With which well armed I hastened to the spot, TRate it:

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The Mole Part One
Wilhelm Busch
up the flowers. He hurries off to fetch the hoe. That old black burrower must go! Instead of hitRate it:

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The Mole Part Two
Wilhelm Busch
schöner Birnenast! Quite hastily he swings the hoe - The pear tree's there to catch the blow. Rate it:

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The West-Of-Wessex Girl
Thomas Hardy
never I squired my Wessex girl In jaunts to Hoe or street When hearts were high in beat, Nor saw heRate it:

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The Raggedy Man
James Whitcomb Riley
'em, an' they'd ist run 58 When he pint his hoe at 'em like it's a gun 59 An' go "Bang! -- BaRate it:

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The Wish
Abraham Cowley
boldly say That 'tis the way too thither. Hoe happy here should I And one dear She live, andRate it:

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The Objection To Being Stepped On
Robert Frost
the row I stepped on the toe Of an unemployed hoe. It rose in offense And struck me a blow In Rate it:

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Dad
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
mates, The ole man goes outside an' grabs a hoe. Sez 'e, 'Yeh want to, an' yeh ought to go. Wot's sRate it:

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L'Ennemi (The Enemy)
Charles Baudelaire
deep as graves I find I wield the rake and hoe, asking, 'What is it worth?' Who can assure me, thRate it:

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In The Days Of Crinoline
Thomas Hardy
said, 'Too dowdy that, for coquetries, So I can hoe at ease.' But when she had passed into the heaRate it:

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The Camels Hump
Rudyard Kipling
with a book by the fire; But to take a large hoe and a shovel also, And dig till you gently perspiRate it:

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A Preference
Paul Laurence Dunbar
'lasses an' watah. Wen you git a steamin' hoe-cake On de table, go way, man! 'D ain but one t'ing Rate it:

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A Romance of Canada
James McIntyre
stumps adorn. And Jane did help him with the hoe, And well she did keep up her row- No organs then Rate it:

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A Time to Talk
Robert Frost
and look around On all the hills I haven't hoed, And shout from where I am, What is it? No, not Rate it:

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A Visit To The Asylum
Edna St. Vincent Millay
in the hard wee gardens Such pleasant men would hoe: "Sir, may we touch the little girl's hair!"— IRate it:

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Back to the Army Again
Rudyard Kipling
let me free o' the barricks to walk on the Hoe again, In the name o' William Parsons, that used to Rate it:

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Break Into The Game
Mario William Vitale
Laughable traffic goes looney so i can slap a hoe and still keep pursuing Aye im a maniac your Rate it:

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Cain and Abel
Rudyard Kipling
and one raised corn. (Koop-la! Come along! Co-hoe!) And Cain he farmed by the river-side, So he diRate it:

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Clemenceau
Robert William Service
And peoples trembled at his word, With hoe he trims a pansied path And listens tRate it:

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