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A Pinch of Salt
Robert Graves
When a dream is born in you With a sudden clamorous pain, When you know the dream is true And lovely, with no flaw nor stain, O then, be careful, o...Rate it:

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Fairy Revels
John Lyly
Pinch him, pinch him, black and blue, Saucy mortals must not view What the queen of stars is doing, Nor pry into our fairy wooing. Pinch him blue- ...Rate it:

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Novum Organum
Ambrose Bierce
endowments among us, his heirs: To every one a pinch of brain for seed, And, to develop it, a pinchRate it:

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Shelley's Skylark (The neighbourhood of Leghorn: March, 1887)
Thomas Hardy
trust That moved a poet to prophecies - A pinch of unseen, unguarded dust The dust of the lark Rate it:

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Shelley's Skylark.
Thomas Hardy
trust That moved a poet to prophecies - A pinch of unseen, unguarded dust The dust of the lark Rate it:

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The Boss of the Admiral Lynch
Andrew Barton Paterson
of 'em all, I reckon, the man that could stand a pinch, Was the boss of a one-horse gunboat. They Rate it:

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The Retired Cat
William Cowper
Than if entomb'd the day before. With hunger pinch'd, and pinch'd for room, She now presag'd aRate it:

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With Dickens
Henry Lawson
Wickfields wait; And back they come to poor Tom Pinch When hard-up for a friend; They come to wreckRate it:

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'Black Bart, Po8'
Ambrose Bierce
there never was a man so sinful! We've all a pinch or two of Satan's leaven, But you appeared to haRate it:

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Coffee Houses and Anemic Sheets
Sonia Walker
are crawling all over me, and wooden clothespins pinch my bleached nerves. Man, I'm tired of hangiRate it:

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God Breaks the Chains (Sestina Poetry)
Marieta Maglas
for nature's sight. When jagged rocks pinch and stick me overnight, I search that something liRate it:

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How Herman Won The Cross
Edward George Dyson
know no henmity nor fear. I see I've got to pinch him, but he's out to do his div. in, 'N' don'Rate it:

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1777
Amy Lowell
you doubt it, `Bellissima Contessa'? A pinch more rouge on the right cheek, And Venus herself shineRate it:

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A PANEGYRIC TO SIR LEWIS PEMBERTON
Robert Herrick
more suppling piece he cuts, and by Some private pinch tells dangers nigh, A hand too desp'rate, orRate it:

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A Rolling Stone
Robert William Service
me nay, And none to cramp my soul. In belly-pinch I will pay the price, But God! let me bRate it:

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A Woman’s Sonnets: VI
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
prayers had might To save me, at the trial's pinch, from wrong. What have I lost? The truth of my pRate it:

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An Epilogue
John Dryden
and hardly keeps your Protean vices pace. Pinch you but in one vice, away you fly To some new friRate it:

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Antony Villa
Henry Lawson
nothing when she sends a brat to ‘borry’ Just a pinch of tea and sugar till the grocer comes ‘temorRate it:

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Ballade Mystique
Clive Staples Lewis
and sere With blight of breezes ocean blown To pinch the wakening of the year; My kindly friends wiRate it:

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Baseball and Writing
Marianne Moore
by Luis Arroyo, Hector Lopez-- deadly in a pinch.And "Yes, it's work; I want you to bear down, butRate it:

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Brogan's Lane
Louis Esson
Brogan’s Lane, Brogan’s Lane, Rats pinch from their cobbers down Brogan’s Lane. AnRate it:

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Broken Axletree
Henry Lawson
old Bullock-Yoke and Bog Flat, and the “Pinch” at Stick-to-me, Lies the camp that we have christeneRate it:

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Caliban upon Setebos or, Natural Theology in the Island
Robert Browning
live bird out of clay: Would not I take clay, pinch my Caliban Able to fly?--for, there, see,Rate it:

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Commandeering
Andrew Barton Paterson
never use such words as "steal", or "collar", "pinch", or "shake". No, the fashion is to say we "cRate it:

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Crabs
Arthur Bayldon
they spit on him with spite As their nippers pinch and bite; How they strip him clean and bare, LeaRate it:

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