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Stop-And-See
Edward George Dyson
strain, To shake the cradle by the creek, And puddle at the ‘tom’ again. I’d gladly sling this mustRate it:

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The Lay of a Golden Goose
Louisa May Alcott
Crowed daily loud and clear, "Stay in the puddle, foolish bird, That is your proper sphere," TRate it:

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Black Messengers. (Translation of Los heraldos negros)
Cesar Vallejo
of life's experiences become stagnant, like a puddle of guilt, in a daze. There are such hard blowRate it:

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Football
Robert curran
painful struggle Of chasing a pigskin around a puddle Sliding around in the mud and trying To catchRate it:

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Football
Robert curran
painful struggle Of chasing a pigskin around a puddle Sliding around in the mud and trying To catchRate it:

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Old Man Sitting
Old Man Sitting
crotch that moves down his legs and becomes a puddle at his feet His hands dangle at his sides veiRate it:

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The 'Ole in the Ark
Marriott Edgar
what she'd said, For there on the floor quite a puddle he saw, It was slopping around under t' bed.Rate it:

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A March
Charles Kingsley
with carrion birds we eat, Calling puddle-water sweet, As we pledge the health of our general, who Rate it:

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An Epistle: (To N.A.)
William Watson
save of the dead, preclude,-- The parks a puddle of tropic rains,-- Clubland a pensive solitude,-- Rate it:

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Baile And Aillinn
William Butler Yeats
had knees that stuck out of his hose; He had puddle-water in his shoes; He had half a cloak to keepRate it:

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Be Prepared. - Part 2
Nikhil Parekh
into even the most obliviously slavering puddle of royally unfettered passion? Has your stomach wRate it:

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Cackle
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
your policy's a muddle, And you're sailing in a puddle With a Fusion crowd that huddle On a raft; Rate it:

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Cameron's Heart
Henry Lawson
sinking a shaft on Mundoorin, near Fosberry's puddle-machine. The bucket we used was a big one, anRate it:

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Down-Hall. A Ballad.
Matthew Prior
an urn, that divides the highway, And into a puddle throws mother of tea. Derry down, down, hey deRate it:

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Elegy XVI. He Suggests the Advantage of Birth To a Person of Merit
William Shenstone
pure with vulgar dirt debase? Or mix with puddle the pellucid stream? 'See through these veins theRate it:

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From A Poem
Boris Pasternak
glow, in pity For the thicket. For the foolish puddle's tormenting, Toadish thirst. For the clearRate it:

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Hadramauti
Rudyard Kipling
countenance showed it As a frog shows in a mud-puddle. Yet I abode it! I fingered my beard and waRate it:

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In Town
Edward George Dyson
Lord! a three-roomed hovel ’twixt a puddle and a drain, In harmonious connection on the left with LRate it:

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It Was Perfectly Normal
Nikhil Parekh
head-on on your nose; after walking through a puddle of slushy grease, It was perfectly normal toRate it:

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Letter Sent to Master Timmy Dwight
Major Henry Livingston Jr.
blisses. Never may thy wicket ball In a well or puddle fall; Or thy wild ambitious kite O'er the elRate it:

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Some Of Farmer Stebbin's Opinions
Isabella Valancy Crawford
he ain't! that waggon rolls From corduroy to puddle, An' that thar farmer gets his brains Inter an Rate it:

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The Dawning
Henry Vaughan
to judge poor careless man, Grant I may not like puddle lie In a corrupt security, Where, if a travRate it:

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The Football Match
Anonymous Americas
young fellows, these howling Kickapoos of the puddle, these boys, Have been uneducated to an undeRate it:

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The Last Review
Henry Lawson
tinkle clear— Strings of drays with wash to puddle, clack of countless windlass boles, Here and theRate it:

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The Little Orphan
Edgar Albert Guest
his playground is, a patch of blue his sky; A puddle in a vacant lot his sea where ships pass byRate it:

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