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To A Common Prostitute
Walt Whitman
To a Common Prostitute BE composed--be at ease with me--I am Walt Whitman, liberal and lusty as Nature; Not till the sun excludes ...Rate it:

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A Watch In The Night
Algernon Charles Swinburne
what of the night? - Night is the prostitute's noon, Kissed and drugged till she swoon, Spat upoRate it:

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Adoption
Robert William Service
be a criminal, And Joan--a prostitute. Rate it:

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A Guiltlesse Lady Imprisoned: After Penanced. Song
Richard Lovelace
call thee, as amas'd they run Instead of prostitute, a nun. VI. The merry toRate it:

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A Riddle
Thomas Parnell
a Bed of humble clay In all her Garments loose A Prostitute my Mother lay To ev'ry Comer's use. 'TiRate it:

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A Wife's Protest
Ada Cambridge
hear the church- clock toll — A guiltless prostitute in flesh, A murderess in soul. 11. Those chuRate it:

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Against The Love Of Great Ones.
Richard Lovelace
with the Moone, Or with an amorous complaint Get prostitute your very saint; Not that we are not moRate it:

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Carol Of Occupations
Walt Whitman
thief, Or diseas'd, or rheumatic, or a prostitute--or are so now; Or from frivolity orRate it:

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Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 80
Sa di
What can an old prostitute do but vow to become chaste, and an policeman not to commit oppression upon men? A youth who sits in a corner ...Rate it:

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Conversation
William Cowper
dare dishonour or defile the tongue; Who prostitute it in the cause of vice, Or sell their glory atRate it:

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ER COMMERCIO LIBBERO (The Free Trade)
Giuseppe Gioacchino Belli
le poste. English What's wrong? Yes, I'm a prostitute, I sell myself: I'm a whore, yes, I workRate it:

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Fallen
Ada Cambridge
with her comely face — Wife by the law, but prostitute in deed, In whose gross wedlock womanhood isRate it:

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From Pent-up Aching Rivers
Walt Whitman
her, the faithful one, even the prostitute, who detain'd me when I went to the city; SiRate it:

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Grace Jennings Carmicheal
Henry Lawson
give their youth, we give their health And never prostitute the pen. Their work in other tongues isRate it:

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Independence
Charles Churchill
to stink through all the land; Have stoop'd to prostitute their venal pen For the support of great,Rate it:

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Long Time I Lay In Little Ease
Robert Louis Stevenson
sailor. She hears the city roar on high, Thief, prostitute, and banker; She sees the masted vesselRate it:

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Lowly Laureate
Robert William Service
dream Of fellow-love and pity; I tune my lute to prostitute, To priest I pipe my ditty. Through gutRate it:

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May Day
Bernard O'Dowd
May's fair-winged forecasts fly. No longer prostitute to Wealth, amoung the aery show The LyriRate it:

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My Cross
Robert William Service
write of gutter and of grime, Of pimp and prostitute, The multitude will read your rhyme, And pay tRate it:

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Native Moments
Walt Whitman
with our indecent calls; I take for my love some prostitute--I pick out some low person for my dearRate it:

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Ode
John Dryden
we Profaned thy Heav'nly gift of poesy! Made prostitute and profligate the Muse, Debased to each obRate it:

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Ode To Georgiana, Duchess Of Devonshire, On The Twenty-Fourth Stanza In Her 'Passage Over Mount Gothard.'
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Heaven and Nature bless, I may not vilely prostitute to those Whose infants owe them less Than the Rate it:

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Outcast
Ada Cambridge
wedded harlot, rich and undisgraced, The viler prostitute in mind and deed. Rate it:

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Satire I
John Donne
to enjoy, Of thy plumpe muddy whore, or prostitute boy) Hate vertue, though shee be naked, and baRate it:

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Satire II
John Donne
soule, repute Worse then imbrothel'd strumpets prostitute. Now like an owlelike watchman, hee musRate it:

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