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Worm Either Way
David Herbert Lawrence
If you live along with all the other people and are just like them, and conform, and are nice you're just a worm -- and if you live...Rate it:

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Song of the Worm
Eliza Cook
THE worm, the rich worm, has a noble domain In the field that is stored with its millions of slain ; The charnel-grounds widen, to me they belong...Rate it:

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The Laily Worm and the Mackerel of the Sea
Anonymous Americas
"I was bat seven year alld Fan my mider she did dee, My father marr{.e}d the ae warst woman The wardle did ever see. "For she ...Rate it:

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The Ballad Of The Ice-Worm Cocktail
Robert William Service
To Dawson Town came Percy Brown from London on the Thames. A pane of glass was in his eye, and stockings on his stems. Upon the shoulder of his coa...Rate it:

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The Nightingale and Glow-worm
William Cowper
A Nightingale that all day long Had cheered the village with his song, Nor yet at eve his note suspended, Nor yet when eventide was ended, Began to...Rate it:

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‘A worm fed on the heart of Corinth'
Isaac Rosenberg
A worm fed on the heart of Corinth, Babylon and Rome: Not Paris raped tall Helen, But this incestuous worm, Who lured her vivid beauty To his amorp...Rate it:

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I Would I Were the Glow-Worm
Mathilde Blind
I would I were the glow-worm, thou the flower, That I might fill thy cup with glimmering light; I would I were the bird, and thou the bower, To ...Rate it:

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Sonnet LVIII. The Glow-Worm
Charlotte Smith
WHEN on some balmy-breathing night of Spring The happy child, to whom the world is new, Pursues the evening moth, of mealy wing, Or from the heath-...Rate it:

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The Book-Worm
Thomas Parnell
Come hither, Boy, we'll hunt to Day The Book-Worm, ravening Beast of Prey, Produc'd by Parent Earth, at odds (As Fame reports it) with the Gods. Hi...Rate it:

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The Conqueror Worm
Edgar Allan Poe
Lo! 'tis a gala night Within the lonesome latter years! An angel throng, bewinged, bedight In veils, and drowned in tears,...Rate it:

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A Worm Will Turn
William Schwenck Gilbert
I love a man who'll smile and joke When with misfortune crowned; Who'll pun beneath a pauper's yoke, And as he breaks his daily toke, Conundrums ga...Rate it:

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The Glow-Worm To Her Love
Edith Nesbit
BENEATH cool ferns, in dewy grass, Among the leaves that fringe the stream, I hear the feet of lovers pass, --I hide all day, and dream. But w...Rate it:

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Louisa May Alcott
In a quiet, pleasant meadow, Beneath a summer sky, Where green old trees their branches waved, And winds went singing by; Where a little brook went...Rate it:

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Among All Lovely Things My Love Had Been
William Wordsworth
AMONG all lovely things my Love had been; Had noted well the stars, all flowers that grew About her home; but she had never seen A glow-worm, never...Rate it:

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The Allies
Amy Lowell
August 14th, 1914 Into the brazen, burnished sky, the cry hurls itself. The zigzagging cry of hoarse throats, it floats against the hard winds, an...Rate it:

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The Book of Urizen: Chapter VI
William Blake
1. But Los saw the Female & pitied He embrac'd her, she wept, she refus'd In perverse and cruel delight She fled from his arms, yet he followd 2....Rate it:

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Improvisations: Light and Snow
Conrad Potter Aiken
I The girl in the room beneath Before going to bed Strums on a mandolin The three simple tunes she knows. How inadequate they are to tell how ...Rate it:

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Improvisations: Light And Snow: 07
Conrad Potter Aiken
The day opens with the brown light of snowfall And past the window snowflakes fall and fall. I sit in my chair all day and work and work Measuring ...Rate it:

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My first well Day—since many ill
Emily Dickinson
My first well Day—since many ill— I asked to go abroad, And take the Sunshine in my hands, And see the things in Pod— A 'blossom just when I went ...Rate it:

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Remords Posthume (Posthumous Remorse)
Charles Baudelaire
Lorsque tu dormiras, ma belle ténébreuse, Au fond d'un monument construit en marbre noir, Et lorsque tu n'auras pour alcôve et manoir Qu'un caveau ...Rate it:

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The Beacon
Robert Graves
The silent shepherdess, She of my vows, Here with me exchanging love Under dim boughs. Shines on our mysteries A sudden spark-- 'Dout the candle, ...Rate it:

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In Winter in my Room
Emily Dickinson
In Winter in my Room I came upon a Worm— Pink, lank and warm— But as he was a worm And worms presume Not quite with him at home— Secured him by a s...Rate it:

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The Acorn
Francis William Bourdillon
An acorn swung On an oak-tree bough; So long it had hung, It would fain fall now To the kindly earth, That its germ within Might burst into birth, ...Rate it:

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The Chambermaid's Second Song
William Butler Yeats
From pleasure of the bed, Dull as a worm, His rod and its butting head Limp as a worm, His spirit that has fled Blind as a worm. Rate it:

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'John T'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I think a great deal too much fuss Has been aroused 'mid all of us About this crude economist John T. And fellows of his kidney now, 'Mid people up...Rate it:

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