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The Cane-Bottom'd Chair
William Makepeace Thackeray
In tattered old slippers that toast at the bars, And a ragged old jacket perfumed with cigars, Away from the world, and its toils and its cares, ...Rate it:

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The Man Who Discovered The Use Of A Chair
Alfred Noyes
The man who discovered the use of a chair, _Odds--bobs-- What a wonderful man!_ He used to sit down on it, tearing his hair, Till he thought of a h...Rate it:

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The Old Arm-chair
Eliza Cook
I LOVE it, I love it ; and who shall dare To chide me for loving that old Arm-chair ? I've treasured it long as a sainted prize ; I've bedewe...Rate it:

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The Table And The Chair
Edward Lear
Said the Table to the Chair, 'You can hardly be aware How I suffer from the heat, And from chilblains on my feet! If we took a little walk, We migh...Rate it:

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La Chair
Maurice Rollinat
La chair de femme sèche ou grasse Est le fruit de la volupté Tour à tour vert, mûr et gâté Que le désir cueille ou ramasse. Mystérieuse dans sa gr...Rate it:

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La chair
Maurice Rollinat
La chair de femme sèche ou grasse Est le fruit de la volupté Tour à tour vert, mûr et gâté Que le désir cueille ou ramasse. Mystérieuse dans sa gr...Rate it:

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My Father's Chair
Rudyard Kipling
Parliaments of Henry III., 1265 There are four good legs to my Father's Chair-- Priests and People and Lords and Crown. I sits on all of 'em fair ...Rate it:

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My Rocking-Chair
Robert William Service
When I am old and worse for wear I want to buy a rocking-chair, And set it on a porch where shine The stars of morning-glory vine; With just beyond...Rate it:

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St. Swithin's Chair
Sir Walter Scott
On Hallow-Mass Eve, ere yon boune ye to rest, Ever beware that your couch be bless'd; Sign it with cross, and sain it with bead, Sing the Ave, and ...Rate it:

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Ultima Thule: From My Arm-Chair
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Am I a king, that I should call my own This splendid ebon throne? Or by what reason, or what right divine, Can I proclaim it mine? Only, perhaps,...Rate it:

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Tender Buttons [a Chair]
Gertrude Stein
A CHAIR. A widow in a wise veil and more garments shows that shadows are even. It addresses no more, it shadows the stage and learning. A regular ...Rate it:

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While Lounging In A Chair
Afanasy Afanasyevich Fet
While lounging in a chair, I looked up at the ceiling Where, teasing my imagination, A circle hangs above the quiet lamp, And spins just like...Rate it:

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The Garden-Chair
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
TWO PORTRAITS. A PLEASANT picture, full of meanings deep, Old age, calm sitting in the July sun, On withered hands half-leaning--feeble hands, ...Rate it:

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Hello Morning
Frederick Fenton The Dreamer
the air. The morning dew cover my lawn & my patio chair. I stand in a gazzing stare, my wrist Rate it:

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The Plain
Jean Arp
I was alone with a chair on a plain Which lost itself in an empty horizon. The plain was flawlessly paved. Nothing, absolutely nothing but the ...Rate it:

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Theology in Extremis: Or a soliloquy that may have been delivered in India, June, 1857
Alfred Comyn Lyall
"They would have spared life to any of their English prisoners who should consent to profess Mahometanism, by repeating the usual short formula; bu...Rate it:

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A Beautiful Butterfly ( Bipolar Awareness )
Mario William Vitale
The premise of my newest poetic piece reaches out to a woman suffering from bipolar disease she grows ill. Further, realizes that life is short by...Rate it:

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A Tender Message Of Hope For These Times
Mario William Vitale
A Message of Hope In the early Spring peeps begin to sing after the radio thaws a message of hope to help you cope comes into view vested as a tre...Rate it:

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Evil Corpse In Post Mortem Habitation
Mario William Vitale
twisted chains in the very fabric of their existence... come join in the resistance shattered glass out on the patio vanished corpse out of thin ai...Rate it:

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From Santa To Reagan
Mario William Vitale
The Culture Of Life ( From Santa To Reagan) I'm not ready for a full plate of spaghetti some sort of Ragu there is a tale beneath the hostile escap...Rate it:

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He Speaks Through Me
Mario William Vitale
as a seed was dropped into the atmosphere it took root as I grew although those many years have passed still I have every reason to grasp the mere ...Rate it:

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Reflection
Mario William Vitale
A rarity indeed, Certainly a strange expression this day in June The sun breathes light upon the opened patio A sunset, awe inspiring, halts me ...Rate it:

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Right From The Beginning
Mario William Vitale
Right From The Beginning there was a vocation to promote the population as a young child I would dream about far off places with kings and quee...Rate it:

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Tranquility
Mario William Vitale
Tranquility in reluctance to the search from within the vase jar still hangs by the window sill there are voices in my head no whispering a ver...Rate it:

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We May Never Pass This Way
Mario William Vitale
the close of the day out on the patio we stare at the wall covered from the mere notion of regret there is a deeper meaning in this place to equate...Rate it:

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