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Beware the cat
William Baldwin
as then by wiles and willes, maintained Popish shifts. Shifts, such as those in such a time, deligRate it:

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Get Work
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
this thing called Work is blessed, for it shifts a lot of sand! And this progress eases him who livRate it:

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Night Shift
Edward George Dyson
hut fairly shakes in the storm. Hang night-shifts! They shouldn’t be lawful; I’ve only had time to Rate it:

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Recollections
Algernon Charles Swinburne
that thicken Thronging the ways of the wind that shifts and veers, Pass, and the flames of rememberRate it:

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A Ballad Of François Villon, Prince Of All Ballad-Makers
Algernon Charles Swinburne
close their flight with shameful shears; Till shifts came short and loves were hard to hire, WhenRate it:

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A Solemn thing within the Soul
Emily Dickinson
finished— Cool of eye, and critical of Work— He shifts the stem—a little— To give your Core—a look—Rate it:

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A Swimmer's Dream
Algernon Charles Swinburne
as sleep and pale as death and fair as life, Shifts the moonlight-coloured sunshine on the sea. Rate it:

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A Wanderer
Siegfried Sassoon
When Watkin shifts the burden of his cares And all that irked him in his bound employ, Once more become a vagrom-hearted boy, He moves to rounde...Rate it:

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A Woman’s Sonnets: VI
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
Behold me here to--day Leading a double life, at shifts with lies, And trembling lest each shadow sRate it:

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A Year's Burden -- 1870
Algernon Charles Swinburne
and clouds and hours that veer As the storm shifts of the tempestuous year; Cry wellaway, but welRate it:

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A Year's Carols
Algernon Charles Swinburne
thy pale and fitful face The shrill wind shifts the clouds apace Through skies the morning scaRate it:

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A Year’s Windfalls
Christina Georgina Rossetti
In slack wind of November The fog forms and shifts; All the world comes out again When the fog liRate it:

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All the World's a Stage
William Shakespeare
so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts Into the lean and slippered pantaloon, With spectacles oRate it:

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Arabian Night's Entertainments
William Ernest Henley
flaunted in disdain Of human stratagems and shifts: King over All the Catlands, present and past AnRate it:

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Bel m'es can eu vei la brolha
Bernard de Ventadorn
she changes my reasons. My reason changes and shifts, but I hardly change at all my faithful heartRate it:

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Cleaning Up
Edward George Dyson
tough If the colour's showing freely as he gaily shifts the stuff. When Geordie Best is pumping to Rate it:

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Don Juan: Canto The Seventeenth
George Gordon Lord Byron
be a totus teres stoic, sage, The wind shifts and I fly into a rage. Temperate I am, yet never hadRate it:

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Duck an' Fowl
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
about a meet; But Rosie fetches 'im a welt that shifts 'im in 'is seat. Ginger's busy makin' bargiRate it:

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Easter-Day
Robert Browning
the beginning of the race: As we proceed, it shifts its place, And where we looked for palms to falRate it:

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Elegy XIII: His Parting From Her
John Donne
And thoughts and dreams ; love never wanteth shifts. I will not look upon the quickening sun, BuRate it:

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Explanation Of An Ancient Woodcut
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
to scan, Show thee the wondrous ways of man, His shifts, confusions, thrustings, and drubbings, PusRate it:

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Faustine
Algernon Charles Swinburne
crown you queen; A queen whose kingdom ebbs and shifts Each week, Faustine. Bright heavy brows welRate it:

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Fill The Goblet Again: A Song
George Gordon Lord Byron
of a mistress some boy may estrange, Friendship shifts with the sunbeam--thou never canst change; Rate it:

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For The Marriage of Faustus and Helen
Harold Hart Crane
II Brazen hypnotics glitter here; Glee shifts from foot to foot, Magnetic to their tremulo. Rate it:

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Friday Afternoon
James Whitcomb Riley
'Old Arm-Chair.' Or the 'Speech of Logan' shifts us From the pathos, to the fire; And Tell (with GRate it:

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