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Wallflower
Robert William Service
Ball, But . . . nobody asked her to dance. Her programme was clutched in her hand; Her smile was aRate it:

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A Ballade of Jakko Hill
Rudyard Kipling
and -- let me see To-night what names your programme fill -- We drift asunder merrily, As drifts Rate it:

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A Concert Invitation
James McIntyre
The following invitation appeared on the programme of a concert. If pleasant night you wish to spend, Go and invite your lady friend; Oddfellow's ...Rate it:

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Always Mine!
Emily Dickinson
indeed, the East, Yet upon His Purple Programme Every Dawn, is first. Rate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XXXII
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
by the lettering. Thus it was I read, ``Programme of this night's pieces, Saturday The twentieth ofRate it:

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Externalism
Robert William Service
measure: If only you don't think too much, Your programme can be packed with pleasure. "But do notRate it:

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Faces
Walt Whitman
This face of a healthy honest boy is the programme of all good. These faces bear testimony, sRate it:

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From Pent-up Aching Rivers
Walt Whitman
40 From time the programme hastening, (I have loiter'd too long, asRate it:

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Grandfather Squeers
James Whitcomb Riley
Squeers in the chair 'To lead off the programme by telling folks how 'He used to shoot deer where Rate it:

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My Rival
Rudyard Kipling
frocks and sashes Don't help to fill my programme-card, And vainly I repine From ten to two A.M. AhRate it:

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Sancho Sanchez
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
need of all our skill. And our lives were as the programme, and the world was our arena, And the wiRate it:

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Starting From Paumanok
Walt Whitman
century marches! Libertad! masses! For you a programme of chants. Chants of the prairies; Rate it:

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Tender Buttons [Objects]
Gertrude Stein
There can be breakages in Japanese. That is no programme. That is no color chosen. It was chosen yeRate it:

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The Ballad of Jakko Hill
Rudyard Kipling
swear; and - let me see To-night what names your programme fill - We drift asunder merrily, As drifRate it:

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The Ballad Of Soulful Sam
Robert William Service
some mates as was wus; He 'adn't C. B. on his programme, he never was known to cuss. For a card or Rate it:

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The Belle's Soliloquy
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
season’s over! Once again we’ve come to Lent! Programme’s changes from balls and parties – Now Rate it:

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The Demon Snow-Shoes (A Legend of Kiandra)
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
race, Expectancy on every face, They come the programme to fulfil Upon the slope of Township Hill; Rate it:

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The Parrot and the Billy-Goat
Henry Clay Work
the audience in advance. And so they changed the programme, and broke the golden rule The parrot anRate it:

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The Wind(Four fragments concerning Blok)
Boris Pasternak
adopt us as his sons. Eternal, owned by no programme, beyond systems and schools, he’s not been maRate it:

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