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My Chinee Cook
James Brunton Stephens
O Fortune! how unkind! For a certain Sydney robbery came rushing to my mind “You bought them! Ah, IRate it:

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The Birth Of The Rail
Ambrose Bierce
road And take my money out of this concern. When robbery no longer pays expense It loses then its cRate it:

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A Summons
John Greenleaf Whittier
of the hallowed Bible, To sanction crime, and robbery, and blood? And, in Oppression's hateful servRate it:

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A Dramatic Poem
William Butler Yeats
-- to something That has less ups and downs than robbery. First Sailor. I am so tired of being bachRate it:

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A Sonnet Upon a Stolen Kiss
George Wither
sign I had done so; Why then should I this robbery delay? Oh! she may wake and therewith angry growRate it:

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Casey's Table D'Hote
Eugene Field
this Casey wuz the same! They said a case was robbery to tax for ary meal; But Casey tended strictlRate it:

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Chaucer's Prophecy
Geoffrey Chaucer
lechery is holden as privy solace, And robbery as free purchase, Beware then of ill! Then shall theRate it:

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Clerical Oppressors
John Greenleaf Whittier
barter truth away, And in Thy name, for robbery and wrong At Thy own altars pray? Is not Thy hand sRate it:

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Expostulation
William Cowper
fed with infinite supplies; For Israel dealt in robbery and wrong; There were the scorner's and theRate it:

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Grills
Nikhil Parekh
the gleam, They abandoned their other plans of robbery; intensely concentrating on my house, ImagRate it:

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He, Who Overcomes Pride, Greed, Vanity
Lalleshwari
greed, vanity And removes such hurdles of robbery from his path, Facilitates his contemplation: Rate it:

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John Gilbert (Bushranger)
Andrew Barton Paterson
our tricks we have never done a tip-top thing in robbery. "We have all of us a fancy for experimenRate it:

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Orlando Furioso Canto 12
Ludovico Ariosto
the offender speed, And upon him some charge of robbery lay: One knight complains that he has stoleRate it:

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Pain did not become grateful to medicine
Mirza Ghalib
[but the bleeding still] set out Is it highway robbery, or is it heart-theft? Having taken the heRate it:

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Sonnet
Sir Henry Parkes
the many evil-traced events Of a town life, some robbery, when December Brought on the long, dark nRate it:

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Sonnet 40: Take all my loves, my love, yea, take them all
William Shakespeare
of what thy self refusest. I do forgive thy robbery, gentle thief, Although thou steal thee all my Rate it:

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Sonnet: On A Stolen Kiss
George Wither
sign I had done so. Why then should I this robbery delay? Oh, she may wake, and therewith angry groRate it:

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Stanzas for the Times
John Greenleaf Whittier
On breaking hearts and fettered hands, On robbery, and crime, and wrong? That all his fathers taRate it:

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Stealing My heart
Nikhil Parekh
to bother me; for you had already committed a robbery even greater than this stealing my heart whenRate it:

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The Duel
Robert William Service
was pretty raw. . . . The guy that staged the robbery he thought to pin on me Was your bastard SherRate it:

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The Flaming Heart
Richard Crashaw
away from me my self and sin; This gracious robbery shall thy bounty be, And my best fortunes sRate it:

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The Hard Times In Elfland
Sidney Lanier
from Christmas trees And stockings and wild robbery When Hal and Nimblewits invade My cash in SaRate it:

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The Loss of the Eurydice
Gerard Manley Hopkins
curse Of ruinous shrine no hand or, worse, Robbery’s hand is busy to Dress, hoar-hallowèd shrinesRate it:

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The Peasants' Revolt
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
life's bitter sake, Toiled and suffered so, Robbery, insult, blow, Rope and sword and stake: ToiledRate it:

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The Pennsylvania Disaster
William Topaz McGonagall
merciless flood engulfed her. And as for the robbery and outrage at the hands of the ghouls, I muRate it:

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