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Study Of Two Pears
Wallace Stevens
I Opusculum paedagogum. The pears are not viols, Nudes or bottles. They resemble nothing else. II They are yellow forms Composed of curves ...Rate it:

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A Mountain Station
Andrew Barton Paterson
Were stolen by the neighbours. They stole my pears -- my native pears -- Those thrice-convicted Rate it:

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Mylo Jones's Wife
James Whitcomb Riley
round When they's work like HERN to do- Picklin' pears and BUTCHERN, too, And a-rendern lard, and tRate it:

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Sheltered Garden
Hilda Doolittle
seen fruit under cover that wanted light -- pears wadded in cloth, protected from the frost, meRate it:

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The Fruit Shop
Amy Lowell
over the door, make a pool Of shade. You see the pears on that stool - The shadow keeps them plump Rate it:

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It Reads Like A Rap
Trim
word but I don't care, eating apples grapes and pears, seeking angles of praise from flair, story sRate it:

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Robinson Crusoe's Story
Charles Edward Carryl
For I live on toasted lizards, Prickly pears, and parrot gizzards, And I'm really veryRate it:

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The Banana's Lullaby
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
a heartless kind of trick To play on helpless pears; To lull them off to slumberland And soothe theRate it:

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A Basket of Summer Fruit
Charles Harpur
a rich-clouded gleam! Here too are figs, pears, apples (plucked in haste Our summer treat judiciouRate it:

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A Canary At The Farm
James Whitcomb Riley
keen as a cat; And the twitter o' the critter 'Pears to absolutely glitter! Guess I'll haf to go anRate it:

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A Love Letter
Paul Laurence Dunbar
to go down daih an' tell huh is de only way, it 'pears; Oh, my; oh, my. Rate it:

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A Masque Of The Seasons
James Whitcomb Riley
best of all? LITTLE EDITH Apples of ruby, and pears of gold, And grapes of blue That the bee stinRate it:

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A Summer Pastoral
Paul Laurence Dunbar
a tin o' water; Dash it all, don't be so slow! 'Pears as ef you tuk an hour 'Tween each step to stoRate it:

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A Visit To The Asylum
Edna St. Vincent Millay
and neat, They brought me grapes and plums and pears And pretty cakes to eat. And out of all the wRate it:

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A' Old Played-Out Song
James Whitcomb Riley
seems as short as it's long!-- Far ever'thing 'pears like adzackly It 'peared, in the years past anRate it:

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Alsace-Lorraine
George Meredith
the mossed burrow-mouth. Sack-like droop bronze pears on the nailed branch-frontage of huts, To greRate it:

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At Candle-Lightin' Time
Paul Laurence Dunbar
dis mus' be a donkey,--look, how innercent he 'pears! Dah 's de ole black swan a-swimmin'--ain't shRate it:

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Behind a Wall
Amy Lowell
paths; a wanton wind Jostles the half-ripe pears, and then, unkind, Tumbles a-slumber in a pillarRate it:

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Bein' Back Home
Paul Laurence Dunbar
lane, Kind o' browned from last night's rain? 'Pears like home has got the start When the goal's a Rate it:

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Black spring! Pick up your pen, and weeping...
Boris Pasternak
than ink and tears. Where rooks, like charred pears, from the branches In thousands break away, Rate it:

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Bryan, Bryan, Bryan, Bryan
Vachel Lindsay
circus silks Of politics unfurled, Bartlett pears of romance that were honey at the cores, And tRate it:

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Careers
Robert Graves
and         do Christ and angels, or lovely pears         and apples and grapes on a green dish, Rate it:

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Chrismus Is A-Comin'
Paul Laurence Dunbar
th'oo you' face Down ermong yo' feelin's; Jes' 'pears lak dat you Got to change you' dealin's So 'sRate it:

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Chrismus On The Plantation
Paul Laurence Dunbar
we 's got freedom an' you 's kind o' po', hit 'pears Dat you want us all to leave you 'cause you doRate it:

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Cobbler Keezar's Vision
John Greenleaf Whittier
and red were the apples, And the ripe pears russet-brown, And the Rate it:

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