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The Overland Mail
Rudyard Kipling
(Foot-Service to the Hills) In the name of the Empress of India, make way, O Lords of the Jungle, wherever you roam. The woods are astir at the cl...Rate it:

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Here Is To Another Service Year!
EMTSBA III
Here's to another service year! Where they start on the first day, the first week and the first month. Yet still, they don't stop on the last day...Rate it:

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Eddi's Service
Rudyard Kipling
(A.D. 687) Eddi, priest of St. Wilfrid In his chapel at Manhood End, Ordered a midnight service For such as cared to attend. But the Saxons were ...Rate it:

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The Heart and Service
David McKee Wright
The heart and service to you proffer'd With right good will full honestly, Refuse it not, since it is offer'd, But take it to you gentlely. And th...Rate it:

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The Heart and Service
Sir Thomas Wyatt
The heart and service to you proffer'd With right good will full honestly, Refuse it not, since it is offer'd, But take it to you gentlely. And th...Rate it:

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J'aime la liberté, et languis en service
Joachim du Bellay
J'aime la liberté, et languis en service, Je n'aime point la cour, et me faut courtiser, Je n'aime la feintise, et me faut déguiser, J'aime simplic...Rate it:

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Severer Service of myself
Emily Dickinson
Severer Service of myself I—hastened to demand To fill the awful Vacuum Your life had left behind— I worried Nature with my Wheels When Hers had c...Rate it:

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Si après quarante ans de fidèle service
Joachim du Bellay
Si après quarante ans de fidèle service Que celui que je sers a fait en divers lieux, Employant, libéral, tout son plus et son mieux Aux affaires q...Rate it:

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The Service without Hope
Emily Dickinson
The Service without Hope— Is tenderest, I think— Because 'tis unsustained By stint—Rewarded Work— Has impetus of Gain— And impetus of Goal— There ...Rate it:

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A Legend of Service
Henry Van Dyke
It pleased the Lord of Angels (praise His name!) To hear, one day, report from those who came With pitying sorrow, or exultant joy, To tell of eart...Rate it:

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Ex-Service
Siegfried Sassoon
Derision from the dead Mocks armamental madness. Redeem (each Ruler said) Mankind. Men died to do it. And some with glorying gladness Bore arms for...Rate it:

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Service
Trumbull Stickney
Chide me not, darling, that I sing Familiar thoughts and metres old: Nay, do not scold My spirit's childish uttering. I know not why 't is that ...Rate it:

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Service of all the Dead
David Herbert Lawrence
Between the avenues of cypresses, All in their scarlet cloaks, and surplices Of linen, go the chaunting choristers, The priests in gold and blac...Rate it:

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Week-Night Service
David Herbert Lawrence
The five old bells Are hurrying and eagerly calling, Imploring, protesting They know, but clamorously falling Into gabbling incoherence, neve...Rate it:

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Kitty McCrae - A Galloping Rhyme
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
The Western sun, ere he sought his lair, Skimm’d the treetops, and glancing thence, Rested awhile on the curling hair ...Rate it:

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Lotsertime
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Aw, chuck the mail bags over there, It's great to have 'em brought by air; But, now they're here, just sling 'em round, Out anywhere, upon the grou...Rate it:

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Traditionary Version
Andrew Lang
As I came in by Dunidier, An doun by Netherha, There was fifty thousand Hielanmen A marching to Harlaw. (Chorus) Wi a dree dree dradie drumtie dree...Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 36
Sa di
There were two brothers: one of them in the service of the sultan and the other gaining his livelihood by the effort of his arm. The wealthy man on...Rate it:

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Our Master
John Greenleaf Whittier
Immortal Love, forever full, Forever flowing free, Forever shared, forever whole, A never-ebbing sea! Our outward lips confess the name All other ...Rate it:

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The Forgotten Army.
Alan Parry-Booth
THE FORGOTTEN ARMY. (A belated lament.) So they signed a bloody armistice In nineteen-forty-five And the soldiers all came home again Those which ...Rate it:

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The Convent Gardener Of Lamporechio
La Fontaine
WHEN Cupid with his dart, would hearts assail, The rampart most secure is not the VEIL; A husband better will the FAIR protect, Than walls or latti...Rate it:

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The Dead King
Rudyard Kipling
EDWARD VII. Who in the Realm to-day lays down dear life for the sake of a land more dear? And, unconcerned for his own estate, toils till the last...Rate it:

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The Death of Lord and Lady Dalhousie
William Topaz McGonagall
Alas! Lord and Lady Dalhousie are dead, and buried at last, Which causes many people to feel a little downcast; And both lie side by side in one gr...Rate it:

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The Galley-Slave
Rudyard Kipling
Oh gallant was our galley from her caren steering-wheel To her figurehead of silver and her beak of hammered steel; The leg-bar chafed the ankle an...Rate it:

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Adventure
Robert William Service
Out of the wood my White Knight came: His eyes were bright with a bitter flame, As I clung to his stirrup leather; For I was only a dreaming lad, Y...Rate it:

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