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Along the Way
Sheila King
test Looking back now, I was going through a phase- Just had to find my way through the maze. FrienRate it:

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Altiora Peto
George Essex Evans
in atoms and the heart of Man; That thro’ all phase of change, and form, and name Remains and worksRate it:

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Emily Jane Brontë
we must long till life be done; That every phase of earthly joy Must always fade, and always cloy: Rate it:

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Ethics for Infants
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
sort Let us dwell, however briefly, on the moral phase of sport, Taking cricket, for example, and tRate it:

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How beautiful the Earth is still
Emily Jane Brontë
we must long till life be done; That every phase of earthly joy Will always fade and always cloy-Rate it:

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The Cat And The Moon
William Butler Yeats
place, The sacred moon overhead Has taken a new phase. Does Minnaloushe know that his pupils Will pRate it:

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The Home of Peace
Charles Harpur
ever there, and seeing God through every phase of being Rate it:

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The Laughers
Louis Untermeyer
the Spring is here, The war enters its bloodiest phase... The men are impatient.... Bad roads, storRate it:

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The Wandering Jew
James Whitcomb Riley
I not drunk the fetid breath Of every fevered phase of death, And come unscathed through every pestRate it:

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To a soubrette
Eugene Field
happy days, when youth's wild ways Knew every phase of harmless folly! Oh, blissful nights, whose Rate it:

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To The Miami
Paul Laurence Dunbar
and retreats. There is a poem in thine every phase; Thou still has sung through all thy days. TellRate it:

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Ambrose Bierce
my duty duly shirk And run away From any form or phase of work To-day. 'From Thy commands exemptedRate it:

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With brutus in st. jo
Eugene Field
I wrought where walking was not good; In every phase of horror have I bravely borne my part, And evRate it:

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