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Forward
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
'Forward! forward!' Rang our fathers' battle-cry. 'Forward! forward!' Norsemen, be our watchword high! All that fires the spirit and makes the hear...Rate it:

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Forward Ho!
Charles Harpur
Forward ho! Forward ho! Soldiers of liberty, Hope on; fight on; till man’s whole race shall be Free of all good under heaven’s wide dome. And...Rate it:

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Forward
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Let me look always forward. Never back. Was I not formed for progress? Otherwise With onward pointing feet and searching eyes Would God have set me...Rate it:

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Forward
Robert William Service
I've tinkered at my bits of rhymes In weary, woeful, waiting times; In doleful hours of battle-din, Ere yet they brought the wounded in; Through vi...Rate it:

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Looking Forward
Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon
How busily those little fingers soft That within mine own are clasped so oft Have been, throughout this bright summer day, With pebbles and shells ...Rate it:

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Looking Forward
Robert Louis Stevenson
When I am grown to man's estate I shall be very proud and great, And tell the other girls and boys Not to meddle with my toys. Rate it:

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Moving Forward
Rainer Maria Rilke
The deep parts of my life pour onward, as if the river shores were opening out. It seems that things are more like me now, That I can see farther i...Rate it:

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THE WAY FORWARD FOR HUMANITY
Liam Ó Comáin
A Mystical Revolution, Endorsed by Our Creator Is what our species and Creation require At present. Confirmed by the evil the World is now experie...Rate it:

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When I First Put This Uniform On
William Schwenck Gilbert
When I first put this uniform on, I said, as I looked in the glass, "It's one to a million That any civilian My figure and form will surpass. Gold ...Rate it:

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Put a Penny in the Slot
William Schwenck Gilbert
If my action's stiff and crude, Do not laugh, because it's rude. If my gestures promise larks, Do not make unkind remarks. Clockwork figures may be...Rate it:

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Before I got my eye put out
Emily Dickinson
Before I got my eye put out I liked as well to see— As other Creatures, that have Eyes And know no other way— But were it told to me—Today— That I...Rate it:

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Don't put up my Thread and Needle
Emily Dickinson
Don't put up my Thread and Needle— I'll begin to Sew When the Birds begin to whistle— Better Stitches—so— These were bent—my sight got crooked— Wh...Rate it:

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Once More I Put my Bonnet On
Joseph Howe
Once more I put my bonnet on, And tie the ribbons blue, My showy poplin dress I don, That's just as good as new, And smooth and sta...Rate it:

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Why does she put me to many indignities
Lesbia Harford
Why does she put me to many indignities, Shifts to prevent myself thinking upon her, My golden Katie, who loveth not kisses? I wear my new dress...Rate it:

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You cannot put a Fire out
Emily Dickinson
You cannot put a Fire out— A Thing that can ignite Can go, itself, without a Fan— Upon the slowest Night— You cannot fold a Flood— And put it in a...Rate it:

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Good night! which put the candle out?
Emily Dickinson
Good night! which put the candle out? A jealous zephyr, not a doubt. Ah! friend, you little knew How long at that celestial wick The angels labo...Rate it:

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Put Out My Eyes
Rainer Maria Rilke
Put out my eyes, and I can see you still, Slam my ears to, and I can hear you yet; And without any feet can go to you; And tongueless, I can conjur...Rate it:

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A Poet! He Hath Put his Heart to School
William Wordsworth
. A poet!--He hath put his heart to school, Nor dares to move unpropped upon the staff Which art hath lodged within his hand--must laugh ...Rate it:

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Although I put away his life
Emily Dickinson
Although I put away his life— An Ornament too grand For Forehead low as mine, to wear, This might have been the Hand That sowed the flower, he pre...Rate it:

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Fairest! Put on a While
Thomas Moore
Fairest! put on a while These pinions of light I bring thee, And o'er thy own green isle In fancy let me wing thee. Never did Ariel's plume, A...Rate it:

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He put the Belt around my life
Emily Dickinson
He put the Belt around my life I heard the Buckle snap— And turned away, imperial, My Lifetime folding up— Deliberate, as a Duke would do A Kingdom...Rate it:

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Put up my lute!
Emily Dickinson
Put up my lute! What of—my Music! Since the sole ear I cared to charm— Passive—as Granite—laps My Music— Sobbing—will suit—as well as psalm! Would...Rate it:

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Sonnet 148: O me! what eyes hath love put in my head
William Shakespeare
O me! what eyes hath love put in my head, Which have no correspondence with true sight! Or, if they have, where is my judgment fled, That censures ...Rate it:

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They put Us far apart
Emily Dickinson
They put Us far apart— As separate as Sea And Her unsown Peninsula— We signified "These see"— They took away our Eyes— They thwarted Us with Guns—...Rate it:

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To put this World down, like a Bundle
Emily Dickinson
To put this World down, like a Bundle— And walk steady, away, Requires Energy—possibly Agony— 'Tis the Scarlet way Trodden with straight renunciat...Rate it:

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