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Strange Jokes
Sidney Lanier
Well: Death is a huge omnivorous Toad Grim squatting on a twilight road. He catcheth all that Circumstance Hath tossed to him. He curseth all w...Rate it:

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Growing Pains
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
deserves; Mere wordy wit gets on his nerves; His jokes are ever physical, And richer qualities attaRate it:

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The Answer
Robert William Service
he laughed but yesterday! I had two new jokes to tell, Salty, but he loved them well: Now I see hiRate it:

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Abdul Abulbul Amir
William Percy French
part; The philologist blokes, who seldom crack jokes, Say that hash was first made on the spot. ThRate it:

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Here is my gift
Anna Akhmatova
disdain. You drank wine, and told the wittiest jokes, and suffocated inside stifling walls. Alone yRate it:

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The Winter Blahs
Sonia Walker
as the cold continues, television is boring and jokes are stale, reading a novel requires more timeRate it:

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the tragedy of the leaves
Charles Bukowski
a good comedian, ancient style, a jester with jokes upon absurd pain; pain is absurd because it eRate it:

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'Jack'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
sentiment he safely locks Within; and jokes unnerve him; No soap or any other box As pedestal wouldRate it:

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'Monstre' Balloon
Richard Harris Barham
-- Sir, this isn't a time to be cracking your jokes, And such jesting, your malice but scurvily cRate it:

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A Gotham Garden of Verses
Franklin P. Adams
folks, I'm sure there will always be matter for jokes. Rate it:

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A Poor Joke
Edward George Dyson
in, boys; I’m off it— I’m jack of them practical jokes; They give neither pleasure nor profit, And Rate it:

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A Simile
William Shenstone
ere long, a rural squire, Pours forth unwitty jokes, and swears, And bawls, and drinks, but chieflyRate it:

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A Terre
Wilfred Owen
patriotic. Buffers catch from boys At least the jokes hurled at them. I suppose Little I'd ever tRate it:

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A Terre (being the philosophy of many soldiers)
Wilfred Owen
patriotic. Buffers catch from boys At least the jokes hurled at them. I suppose Little I'd ever teaRate it:

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A Valentine's Song
Robert Louis Stevenson
even negro-songs and castanettes, Old jokes and hackneyed repartees Are more than the parade of vaiRate it:

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A Whispered Tale
Siegfried Sassoon
still you whisper of the war, and find Sour jokes for all those horrors left behind. Rate it:

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A Working Party
Siegfried Sassoon
to say, And always laughed at other people's jokes Because he hadn't any of his own. That night Rate it:

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After the Golden Wedding (Three Soliloquies)
James Kenneth Stephen
whims I've humoured: saw the point Of all your jokes: grew duly tearful, When you were sad, yet choRate it:

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After the Interval
Boris Pasternak
pencils, played with clips, Made feeble jokes and did not worry. While at my desk I dawdled on By Rate it:

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Another Economic Riddle
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
meaning oft I vainly seek, Suspecting subtle jokes. They say the whole world's down and out; But heRate it:

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Appreciation
Paul Laurence Dunbar
you have ze mostes' fun, An' laffs at all your jokes. I got a ol' maid auntie, too, The worst you eRate it:

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Bein' Back Home
Paul Laurence Dunbar
same old folks, Same old cider, same old jokes. Say, it's nice a-gittin' back, When yore pulse is gRate it:

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Bill
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
brother, wax not ireful. I'm not out for jokes. Yea, and conseuqnces direful Smite bad-temepered blRate it:

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Blighters
Siegfried Sassoon
or ‘Home, sweet Home’, And there’d be no more jokes in Music-halls To mock the riddled corpses roRate it:

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Bones
Carl Sandburg
my bones. No Hamlet hold my jaws and speak How jokes are gone and empty is my mouth. Long, green-Rate it:

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