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The Ballad Of The Irish Revolution
Liam Ó Comáin
their actions through the existence of Foreign occupation and the denial of a nation's Right to selRate it:

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A myriad of thoughts
Odonko-ba
suffering suffers conglomerate occupation destruction reconstruction reconstructed thought conformeRate it:

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The Children's Hour
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
beginning to lower, Comes a pause in the day's occupation, That is know as the children's hour. IRate it:

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The Plain
Jean Arp
mainly, thanks to the chair. Because of my occupation with it I did not completely lose my sensRate it:

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ALL THOSE WASTED YEARS
Alan Parry-Booth
where she gained a good degree Her favourite occupation was composing verse with me She wrote of epRate it:

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Echoes
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
He hath a domicile in the suburbs and an occupation in town. This Brown riseth in the morning and Rate it:

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A Narrow Girdle of Rough Stones and Crags
William Wordsworth
our time; and, as we strolled along, It was our occupation to observe Such objects as the waves hRate it:

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A Protestant Republican
Liam Comáin
by imperialists to support British Military occupation and the evil reality Of political partition…Rate it:

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Cancer
Ehsan Sehgal
Remedy, medicine becomes Ineffective under occupation All alone, even among the crowd Fighting Rate it:

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Ch 01 Manner of Kings Story 15
Sa di
he refused and said: "Retirement is better than occupation." Those who have sat down in the cRate it:

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Ch 05 On Love And Youth Story 04
Sa di
asking him whence he came and what his occupation was, he was so plunged in the depths of the oceanRate it:

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Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 05
Sa di
man Although it may not be his occupation.’ Rate it:

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Dartmouth Church
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
she but hastening thither. In the melancholy occupation of turning over the note book of a deceaseRate it:

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Elegy VI. To Charles Diodati, When He Was Visiting In The Country (Translated From Milton)
William Cowper
hardly worth thine ear) Would'st thou be told my occupation here? The promised King of peace emploRate it:

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Finis Exoptatus
Adam Lindsay Gordon
when none may work. Soon our restless occupation Shall have ceas'd to be ; Units ! in God's vast crRate it:

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Frederick Douglass
Paul Laurence Dunbar
rank he waged the fray; Wrong lived; His occupation was not gone. He died in action with his armor Rate it:

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I AM A PADDY.
Liam Ó Comain
course, I regret the seven Hundred plus years occupation Of my country by a foreign Power against hRate it:

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I dwell in Possibility
Emily Dickinson
of the Sky— Of Visitors—the fairest— For Occupation—This— The spreading wide of narrow Hands To gaRate it:

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I'M AN IRISH REPUBLICAN
Liam O Comáin
because of British military and political occupation. ~ Arising from the latter circumstances manyRate it:

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Introducing the Day Family
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
all his grey-haired pals declare That golf's his occupation. Old Fri Day grins a toothless grin ARate it:

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John Brown
Edwin Arlington Robinson
some I know Whose eyes will hardly see their occupation, For tears in them—and all for one old maRate it:

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Marmion: Introduction to Canto V.
Sir Walter Scott
regard, Like patron on a needy bard, When silvan occupation's done, And o'er the chimney rests the Rate it:

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Me Imperturbe
Walt Whitman
receptive, silent as they, Finding my occupation, poverty, notoriety, foibles, crimes, less Rate it:

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Melancholetta
Lewis Carroll
or fishing, have you made Your special occupation?" Her lips curved downwards instantly, As if ofRate it:

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Michael: A Pastoral Poem
William Wordsworth
but for the fields and hills Where was their occupation and abode. And hence this Tale, while I wRate it:

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