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For all the Land to See: A Song of the Tools
Henry Lawson
THE CROSS-CUT and the crowbar cross, and hang them on the wall, And make a greenhide rack to fit the wedges and the maul, The “done” long-handled s...Rate it:

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To a Post Office Inkwell
Christopher Morley
How many humble hearts have dipped In you, and scrawled their manuscript! Have shared their secrets, told their cares, Their curious and quaint ...Rate it:

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Office Mottoes
Franklin P. Adams
Motto heartening, inspiring, Framed above my pretty *desk, Never Shelley, Keats, or Byring* Penned a phrase so picturesque! But in me no inspir...Rate it:

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At the War Office, London (Affixing the Lists of Killed and Wounded: December, 1899)
Thomas Hardy
I Last year I called this world of gain-givings The darkest thinkable, and questioned sadly If my own land could heave its pulse less gladly, ...Rate it:

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At the War Office, London.
Thomas Hardy
I Last year I called this world of gain-givings The darkest thinkable, and questioned sadly If my own land could heave its pulse less gladly, ...Rate it:

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Post Office Romance
Robert William Service
The lady at the corner wicket Sold me a stamp, I stooped to lick it, And on the envelope to stick it; A spinster lacking girlish grace, Yet sweetly...Rate it:

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The Legend of the Foreign Office
Rudyard Kipling
Rajah of Kolazai, Drinketh the "simpkin" and brandy peg, Maketh the money to fly, Vexeth a Government, tender and kind, Also -- but this is a de...Rate it:

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The Travelling Post Office
Andrew Barton Paterson
The roving breezes come and go, the reed-beds sweep and sway, The sleepy river murmers low,and loiters on its way, It is the land of lots o'time ...Rate it:

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Sir Peter Harpdon's End
William Morris
In an English Castle in Poictou. Sir Peter Harpdon, a Gascon knight in the English service, and John Curzon, his lieutenant. John Curzon Of those...Rate it:

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Unofficial
Edith Nesbit
ONE morning, my heart can remember, I sat dreaming there, In the 'governor's' chair In the office. The month was November, And the weather a su...Rate it:

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Sailing Ships
Victoria Sackville-West
Lying on Downs above the wrinkling bay I with the kestrels shared the cleanly day, The candid day; wind-shaven, brindled turf; Tall cliffs; and lon...Rate it:

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Peter Anderson And Co.
Henry Lawson
He had offices in Sydney, not so many years ago, And his shingle bore the legend `Peter Anderson and Co.', But his real name was Careless, as th...Rate it:

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An Exile's Death
Victor Marie Hugo
Of what does this poor exile dream? His garden plot, his dewy mead, Perchance his tools, perchance his team,— But ever of murdered France indeed; H...Rate it:

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The Builders
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Behold, I built a fowlhouse in my yard! Two months agone the great work was begun, And ev'ry eventide I labored hard, What time my daily office gri...Rate it:

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At The Window
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Every morning, as I walk down From my dreary lodgings, toward the town, I see at a window, near the street, The face of a woman, fair and sweet, ...Rate it:

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Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 29
Sa di
A man had a friend, who held the office of devan to the padshah, but whom he had not seen for a long time; and, a man having asked him for the reas...Rate it:

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Down On Wriggle Crick
James Whitcomb Riley
'Best time to kill a hog's when he's fat.' --Old Saw. Mostly folks is law-abidin' Down on Wriggle Crick--, Seein' they's no Squire residin' In our...Rate it:

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The First Lord's Song
William Schwenck Gilbert
When I was a lad I served a term As office boy to an Attorney's firm; I cleaned the windows and I swept the floor, And I polished up the handle of ...Rate it:

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The Mayfair Love-Song
William Makepeace Thackeray
Winter and summer, night and morn, I languish at this table dark; My office window has a corn- er looks into St. James's Park. I hear the foot-guar...Rate it:

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The Revelation
Robert William Service
The same old sprint in the morning, boys, to the same old din and smut; Chained all day to the same old desk, down in the same old rut; Posting the...Rate it:

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A Saxon Song
Victoria Sackville-West
Tools with the comely names, Mattock and scythe and spade, Couth and bitter as flames, Clean, and bowed in the blade,-- A man and his tools make a ...Rate it:

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The Ballad of St. Barbara
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
(St Barbara is the patron saint of gunners, and those in danger of sudden death.) When the long grey lines came flooding upon Paris in the plain, ...Rate it:

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The Stranger's Song
Thomas Hardy
(As sung by Mr. Charles Charrington in the play of "The Three Wayfarers") O MY trade it is the rarest one, Simple shepherds all-- ...Rate it:

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The Weather Wight
Ambrose Bierce
The way was long, the hill was steep, My footing scarcely I could keep. The night enshrouded me in gloom, I heard the ocean's distant boom The tr...Rate it:

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Valediction
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
I ONCE was fond of fools, And bid them come each day; Then each one brought his tools The carpenter to play; The roof to strip first choosing, A...Rate it:

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