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The Swan
Rainer Maria Rilke
This laboring of ours with all that remains undone, as if still bound to it, is like the lumbering gait of the swan. And then our dying—releasing ...Rate it:

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All Roads End
Kurt Philip Behm
Laboring in obscurity… my pen a vagabond Hitchhiking through my consciousness, my thumbprint worn and gone Wishing past the hoping, spittin...Rate it:

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Behavior
Walt Whitman
to write a book--perhaps more, The youth, the laboring person, the poor person, rivalling all thRate it:

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Brother Of All, With Genesrous Hand
Walt Whitman
Reading, conversing. All, all the shows of laboring life, City and country, women's, men'sRate it:

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Complaint
William Carlos Williams
bed. She is sick, perhaps vomiting, perhaps laboring to give birth to a tenth child. Joy! Joy!Rate it:

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Conscience
Henry David Thoreau
Such conscientious cowards. Give me simple laboring folk, Who love their work, Whose virtue is Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. III.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
BENT like a laboring oar, that toils in the surf of the ocean, Bent, but not broken, by age was the form of the notary public; Shocks of yellow hai...Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. V.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
did the boats ply; All day long the wains came laboring down from the village. Late in the afternooRate it:

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Everytime-After I Made And Rose In The Spirit Of Love
Nikhil Parekh
paradise; right infront of my eyes and without laboring a step further on planet divine, I felt Rate it:

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Expostulation
William Cowper
neighing at his neighbor's door; Oppression laboring hard to grind the poor; The partial balance anRate it:

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From the Heights
John Boyle O'Reilly
a fountain; There, the chained rebel, Passion; Laboring Strength and fleeting Fashion; There, AmRate it:

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George A. Knight
Ambrose Bierce
knew, or surely they had grinned, The mill was laboring to raise the wind. Ralph Smith a 'shoulderRate it:

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Hurrah for Cooper and Cary
Julia A Moore
peace and in war; If it were not for our laboring men, What would our nation do -- Take this in coRate it:

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Individuality.
Sidney Lanier
come and brood upon the marsh with me. Yon laboring low horizon-smoke, Yon stringent sail, toil noRate it:

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L'enfance (Childhood)
Victor Marie Hugo
fast closing on her parting day: I heard her laboring breath, I heard the song. The Child its gamRate it:

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Living
John Boyle O'Reilly
to the poet's brain; To see with eyes of pity laboring souls Strive upward to the Freedom and the TRate it:

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Lohengrin
Emma Lazarus
to him, Softened to music,— noise of laboring men, The cheerful cock-crow and the low of kine, BleaRate it:

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Ode On A Distant Prospect Of Eton College
Thomas Gray
the joints, this fires the veins, That every laboring sinew strains, Those in the deeper vitals ragRate it:

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Olney Hymn 47: The Hidden Life
William Cowper
Him when He grants Beyond what I can ask. My laboring spirit vainly seeks To tell but half the Rate it:

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Our Canal
Harriet Monroe
Our steel beasts gnaw asunder The locked and laboring lands. We choke the torrent's rage, And biRate it:

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Red Rock Camp
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
in her veins, while panting came each laboring painful breath! At length one eve she clasped his neRate it:

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Socrates
Edward Young
o'er his head, as fearful to molest His laboring mind, the stars in silence slide, And seem all gazRate it:

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Sonnet XLVII: In Pride of Wit
Michael Drayton
high desire of fame Gave life and courage to my laboring pen, And first the sound and virtue of mRate it:

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Summer Afternoon (Bodiam Castle, Sussex)
Edith Wharton
or the light Scarce visible over leagues of laboring sea! O thus through use to reign again, to dRate it:

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The Carver
Conrad Potter Aiken
a stone, Carved out of it with dolorous art, Laboring yearlong and alone, The thing there hiddenRate it:

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