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The Quaint Cottage
Mario William Vitale
from the beaten path Near a roaring sea Stood a quaint cottage quite a mystery Green moss lined itsRate it:

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Quaint Spring
Georg Trakl
midday, I lay on an old stone, Before me in quaint dress Three angels stood in the sunshine. O Rate it:

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Carillon
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In the ancient town of Bruges, In the quaint old Flemish city, As the evening shades descended, Low and loud and sweetly blended, Low at times and ...Rate it:

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Fantasy pt. I
Mario William Vitale
duration of time in a menagerie of sorts in the quaint kings court there in the center is the jewelRate it:

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I Look To You
Mario William Vitale
scented leaves in the trees I look to you in the quaint forest all alone with the howling of owls iRate it:

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Temptress & The Pea
Mario William Vitale
hide away from the pain in scarlet thread with quaint visions in their head a beacon of light to a Rate it:

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The Muscovy Duck
Henry Lawson
or cluck, My favourite shall always be the quaint Muscovy duck. I’m fond of Mrs Muscovy, I think sRate it:

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The Family Fool
William Schwenck Gilbert
he bubbles with wit and good humour! He's so quaint and so terse, both in prose and in verse; Yet tRate it:

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5/12/18 ( 5 Newest Poems By Mario William Vitale)
Mario William Vitale
a rose that was plucked a time before with quaint laughter to appease start spreading its disRate it:

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A Renegade
Mario Vitale
mark the man willing to explore its quaint brevity something inside of me believe what you will a Rate it:

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Argentile and Curan. - Albion's England (excerpt)
William Warner
gibe to all that keep this plain. There be as quaint (at least that think themselves as quaint) tRate it:

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Art is Long - Hair is Shorter
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
wore a monkey shave? I've known but one of this quaint throng Who wore both hair and whiskers longRate it:

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Black Bonnet
Henry Lawson
Black Bonnet passing by. In knitted gloves and quaint old dress, Without a spot or smirch, Her Rate it:

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Collective Tapestry 5
Mariop William Vitale
left under the bridge listen deep to the words quaint visions from the sky a faithful passerby Rate it:

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Git-Yer-Gun
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
vanished, in the land of Git-yer-gun. 'Tis a quaint, unlikely story; some folk say it has a moral; Rate it:

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I Stood Tip-Toe Upon A Little Hill
John Keats
edgings of its brim; To picture out the quaint, and curious bending Of a fresh woodland alley, neRate it:

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In A Gadda Da Vida
Mario William Vitale
way to cadence the prolific stance immeasurably quaint oceanic personifications by a quaint villageRate it:

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Nuremberg
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
mountains, Nuremberg, the ancient, stands. Quaint old town of toil and traffic, quaint old town ofRate it:

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Tales Of A Wayside Inn : Part 2. The Student's Tale; The Cobbler of Hagenau
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
somehow You all have heard of Hagenau, A quiet, quaint, and ancient town Among the green Alsatian hRate it:

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The Ghost, the Gallant, the Gael, and the Goblin
William Schwenck Gilbert
either could Exert his prowess vaunted. "The Quaint against the Statuesque" - By competition lawfuRate it:

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The Key (A Moorish Romance)
Thomas Hood
the hall, till from the wall, Where such quaint patterns be, With eager hand he snatches down AnRate it:

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The Loveable Characters
Henry Lawson
out in the West, With humour heroic and quaint; And, be it Up Country, or be it Out Back, When IRate it:

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The Old School Clock
John Boyle O'Reilly
'Twas a quaint old clock with a quaint old face, and great iron weights and chain. It stopped when it liked, and before it struck it creake...Rate it:

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The Plea Of The Midsummer Fairies
Thomas Hood
with her pretty crew, All in their liveries quaint, with elfin gears, For she was gracious to my Rate it:

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The stoddards
Eugene Field
things-- They couldn't hold a candle to these quaint and sumptuous things; In such profusion, too--Rate it:

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