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A Roadway
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Let those who will stride on their barren roads And prick themselves to haste with self-made goads, Unheeding, as they struggle day by day, If flow...Rate it:

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The Valley Of Fear
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
hidden from sight, You may stumble at times into Roadways of Wrong, Not seeing the sign-board that Rate it:

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Dross and Gold
Edwin James Brady
to each Shall a Staff of Travel be, Down the Roadway to the Beach Of the tideless, timeless SeaRate it:

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The Old Lizard
Federico García Lorca
cup of the mountains, and the flocks cloud the roadway. It is the hour to depart: leave the dryRate it:

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A Providential Escape
James McIntyre
whole distance being either covered over with roadway, buildings or ice. A wonderous tale we now dRate it:

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To-day
John Boyle O'Reilly
climb the unreal path, We stray from the roadway here; We swim the rivers of wrath, And tunnel theRate it:

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A Song Of Anzac
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
on gravely, grimly Haunts the old familiar roadway he has trodden thro' the years. Done are theseRate it:

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Agamemnon In The Fight
George Meredith
their vacant cars down the roadway gaps of the war-field, Missing the blameless charioteers, but, fRate it:

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An Old Bush Road
Arthur Bayldon
pointed spears to cast Slender shadows on the roadway, While the faint, slow wind creeps past.Rate it:

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Ballad of Dead Friends
Edwin Arlington Robinson
As we the withered ferns By the roadway lying, Time, the jester, spurns All our prayers and prying -- All our tears and sighing, Sorrow, chang...Rate it:

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Bergliot
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
longing.- What rolling sand-waves Swirl up the roadway! What noise is nearing! Look forth, my footRate it:

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Bonnie Kilmany
William Topaz McGonagall
Chorus And thew's a wood sawmill by the roadway, And the noise can be heard by night and day, ARate it:

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Earth And Man
George Meredith
choice. XVI Albeit thereof he has found Firm roadway between lustfulness and pain; Has half transRate it:

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Forest History
George Meredith
overthrown by few. Him a laborious thrust of roadway slew. Then man to play devorant straight was fRate it:

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Jack Corrigan
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
in a trice And speeding down the roadway like a flash, While Trooper William FraserRate it:

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Jonathan Houghton
Edgar Lee Masters
forest gone, And the house made over, And the roadway filled with dust from automobiles -- And himsRate it:

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Kashmiri Song
Laurence Hope
your spell? Whom do you lead on Rapture's roadway, far, Before you agonise them in farewell? Oh, pRate it:

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Life's Slacker
Edgar Albert Guest
sky, Some symbol that his heart was kind, Some roadway where strange feet may tread That out of graRate it:

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Lines on Tilsonburg
James McIntyre
lake Lisgear, And few small towns have fine roadway , Lined with brick blocks, like your Broadway.Rate it:

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Macleay Street and Red Rock Lane
Henry Lawson
other side, With brave asphalted pavements And roadway clean and wide. Macleay Street hath its mansRate it:

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Meeting
Boris Pasternak
The snow will dust the roadway, And load the roofs still more. I'll stretch my legs a little: You're there outside the door. Autumn, not winter co...Rate it:

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Part IV: Banker’s Dream
Adam Lindsay Gordon
over the water. Two fences we clear'd, and the roadway we near'd, When three of our troop came toRate it:

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Renée
Arthur Symons
old familiar door, And the archway dim, and the roadway desolate; Faces that pass, and faces, and mRate it:

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Riding To Town
Paul Laurence Dunbar
a pain nor a doubt. The wagon is weak and the roadway is rough, And tho' it is long it is not long Rate it:

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Romance Moderne
William Carlos Williams
little removed--or a thin wash of rain on the roadway --I am never afraid when he is driving,-- Rate it:

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