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It Was nice
Nikhil Parekh
It was nice fondling silken curls of your mesmerizing hair, it was nice drenching your persona in icy cool pints of jungle water, it was nice tic...Rate it:

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De Nice Leetle Canadienne
William Henry Drummond
girl can touch, w'at we see ev'ry day, 8 De nice leetle Canadienne. 9 Don't matter how pRate it:

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There was an old person of Nice
Edward Lear
There was an old person of Nice, Whose associates were usually Geese. They walked out together, in all sorts of weather. That affable pers...Rate it:

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Hence, All You Vain Delights from the Nice Valour
John Fletcher
Hence, all you vain delights, As short as are the nights Wherein you spend your folly: There's nought in this life sweet, If man were wise to see't...Rate it:

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Jackaw of Rheims, The
Richard Harris Barham
six little Singing-boys--dear little souls! In nice clean faces, and nice white stoles, Came, in orRate it:

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The Jackaw of Rheims
Richard Harris Barham
little Singing-boys--dear little souls! In nice clean faces, and nice white stoles, CamRate it:

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A Plea
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Treat me nice, Miss Mandy Jane, Treat me nice. Dough my love has tu'ned my brain, Treat me nice. I ain't done a t'ing to shame, Lovahs all ac's jes...Rate it:

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Nonsense Alphabet
Edward Lear
an ant Who seldom stood still, And who made a nice house In the side of a hill. Nice little ant! BRate it:

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The Incubus
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Who wants a nice white elephant, Quite fit in wind and limb? An ornament for any gent Who can find use for him. It won't pay us to kill the cuss; B...Rate it:

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Yet Dish
Gertrude Stein
know. Play in horizontal pet soap. XXVI Nice pose. Supper bell. Pull a rope pressed. Color glRate it:

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Bein' Back Home
Paul Laurence Dunbar
HOME agin, an' home to stay — Yes, it's nice to be away. Plenty things to do an' see, But the old place seems to me Jest about the proper thing. M...Rate it:

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Le Vieux Temps
William Henry Drummond
votre souper.'-- 9 An' w'en he 's hear dat nice musique--ma leetle dog 'Carleau' 10 Is placRate it:

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Maxime Labelle
William Henry Drummond
s'pose de Queen is feel lak cry, los' dat nice uniform! De night she's very, very cole, an' hot upRate it:

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Maymie's Story Of Red Riding Hood
James Whitcomb Riley
'uz _Sund'y_--'cause the little cloak It 'uz too nice to wear ist _ever'_ day An' _all_ the time!--Rate it:

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Culture and Cops
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
they abjure all vice, And be respectable and nice?) With purpose vile and with a file My window heRate it:

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De Habitant
William Henry Drummond
sheep is firs' comin' out on de pasture, Deir nice leetle tail stickin' up on deir back, Dey ronne Rate it:

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Ding Dong
Arthur Clement Hilton
"Like an apple?" "Yes I should. Nice, nice, nicey! Good, good, good!" "MannerRate it:

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Introduction to Ginger Mick
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
doin' things an' sayin' things no reel nice feller ort; An 'is name is on the records uv the Army, Rate it:

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My Sort O' Man
Paul Laurence Dunbar
I think all folks should know When they air nice enough. Now there is folks in this here world, FrRate it:

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Ole Docteur Fiset
William Henry Drummond
Ole Docteur Fiset of Saint Anicet, Sapré tonnerre! he was leev long tam! I'm sure he's got ninety year or so, Beat all on de Parish 'cept Pierre Co...Rate it:

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Simple Sister Goes To Sydney
Edward George Dyson
done me for twenty pound in gold? He was as nice a gentleman as any in the blessed shops: He got awRate it:

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The Beggar's Soliloquy
George Meredith
make the best half of life. IV You nice little madam! you know you're nice. I remember hearingRate it:

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The Habitants Summer
William Henry Drummond
was doin' is start de sky a snowin' An' mak' de nice w'ite blanket, for cover up de groun' . An' dRate it:

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The Old House And The New
William Henry Drummond
owin' for dat new place W 'at was he sayin' de nice young man Smilin' upon hees face W'en he got dRate it:

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The Wind That Blew
Mario William Vitale
and all the trees felt the breeze It was a nice and calm wind The wind blew and blew Later, theRate it:

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