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The Mechanic
Robert Creeley
Were we now to fall to our stubborn knees and sink to rest, my- self sunk in yours, then what would hold us together but uninteresting weight. Do ...Rate it:

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The Haunted House
Thomas Hood
a ball, Touched by some impulse occult or mechanic; And nameless beetles ran along the wall Rate it:

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A Proadway Pageant
Walt Whitman
and lama; The mandarin, farmer, merchant, mechanic, and fisherman; The singing-girl and the dRate it:

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A Pair
Jane Taylor
than the rags and rust they sell ;-- A pale mechanic rents an attic floor, By many a shattered staiRate it:

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A Utilitarian View Of The Monitor's Fight
Herman Melville
glory; zeal that needs no fans Of banners; plain mechanic power Plied cogently in War now placed - Rate it:

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Above Crow's Nest [Sydney]
Henry Lawson
titanic Along the western sky— The tired, bowed mechanic And pallid clerk flit by. Lit by a light uRate it:

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Agnostic
Robert William Service
Their gesture may a habit be, Mechanic in a sense, Yet somehow it awakes in me Rate it:

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Amabel
Thomas Hardy
the knell Of Amabel. Her step's mechanic ways Had lost the life of May's; HRate it:

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An Inventor
Augusta Davies Webster
him, could you quench that you leave the mere mechanic animal-- a sentient creature, true, and reRate it:

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Annie Protheroe. A Legend of Stratford-le-Bow
William Schwenck Gilbert
in the neighbourhood of BOW; She loved a skilled mechanic, who was famous in his day - A gentle exeRate it:

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Dedication - Songs of Labor
John Greenleaf Whittier
He, whose name we breathe with awe, The coarse mechanic vesture wore, A poor man toiling with the pRate it:

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Elegy X. To Fortune, Suggesting His Motive for Repining at Her Dispensations
William Shenstone
and see, I give the sign; At noon the poor mechanic wanders home, Collects the square, the level, aRate it:

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Faith in God
Henry Kendall
differential calculus Or Kant’s dull dogmas and mechanic laws. A man is manliest when he wisely knRate it:

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Fleet Street
Arthur Henry Adams
uninspired, yet with the dower Of mightier mechanic power, Some bent, obscure Euripides Rate it:

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From A German War Primer
Bertolt Brecht
an elephant. But it has one defect: It needs a mechanic. General, man is very useful. He can fly aRate it:

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From Blank to Blank
Emily Dickinson
From Blank to Blank— A Threadless Way I pushed Mechanic feet— To stop—or perish—or advance— Alike indifferent— If end I gained It ends beyond Inde...Rate it:

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Haverhill
John Greenleaf Whittier
and farm-field's rustic grace; No dull, mechanic round of toil Life's morning charm can quite despRate it:

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Human God
Nikhil Parekh
interior crevices; testing its spark; is a true mechanic. He who can predict our future meticulousRate it:

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I Care A Damn About This World
Nikhil Parekh
got punctured; they said that I looked like a mechanic, When I shaved unruly strands of beard froRate it:

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In a Lecture Room
Arthur Hugh Clough
unseen, incessantly? Why labor at the dull mechanic oar, When the fresh breeze is blowing, And tRate it:

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In Memoriam A. H. H.: 5. Sometimes I Hold it half a Sin
Alfred Lord Tennyson
A use in measured language lies; The sad mechanic exercise, Like dull narcotics, numbingRate it:

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In The Pass Of Killicranky
William Wordsworth
them whom precept and the pedantry Of cold mechanic battle do enslave. O for a single hour of thatRate it:

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Manhattan Streets I Saunter'd, Pondering
Walt Whitman
Savage, felon, President, judge, farmer, sailor, mechanic, literat, young, old, it is the Rate it:

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Maximum Comfort
Nikhil Parekh
sleeping upon the same in blissful pride, A mechanic found maximum comfort with his indispensableRate it:

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My Broken Heart Needed
Nikhil Parekh
of sound, The broken automobile needed a mechanic to invigorate it; lubricate its dying parts; puRate it:

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