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The Haunted House
Thomas Hood
tale that might, perchance, have solved the doubt, Wherefore, among those flags so dull and lRate it:

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The Wonderful Country
John Boyle O'Reilly
past and to come hereafter Were settled and solved in their common school. But sweeter the streams Rate it:

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A Birthday
Aleister Crowley
spirit too of that same excellence. So thus we solved the earth's revolving riddle: I could write Rate it:

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A Duty Done - 1933
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
was there to do? A simple matter; and as simply solved. His straight young mind worked straightly -Rate it:

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A Grain Of Sand
Robert William Service
think Life's mystery might be Solved in this grain of sand. Rate it:

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Address to a mother fucker
Joseph Mark Ippolito
by rapidly Quite apt to do so happily As if that solved a riddle Of what was in the middle And witRate it:

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Anglicised Utopia
William Schwenck Gilbert
haven't any slummeries in England.) We have solved the labour question with discrimination polishedRate it:

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Felix Opportunitate Mortis
Alfred Austin
Exile or Caesar? Death hath solved thy doubt, And made thee certain of thy changeless fate; And thou no more hast wearily to wait, Straining to cat...Rate it:

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Fæsulan Idyl
Walter Savage Landor
not, nor did I; but taking it Would best have solved (and this she felt) her doubts. I dared not toRate it:

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Greeting
John Greenleaf Whittier
grateful for the good we 've known, The riddles solved, the ills outgrown, Shake bands upon the borRate it:

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Her Purest Form
AcudRapper117
She was like a rubex cube as he solved one part of her she would bury herself as though she didn't want to be discovered until finally he had ...Rate it:

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I Care A Damn About This World
Nikhil Parekh
vagaries of this world, When I meticulously solved mind boggling puzzles of arithmetic; they saidRate it:

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Ignite The Lamp Of Humanity
Nikhil Parekh
complexity of a frazzled existence- that you solved with such child-like ease- with the universal qRate it:

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Meditation under Stars
George Meredith
intervolved, The issues known in us, our unsolved solved: That there with toil Life climbs the selfRate it:

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Mirza Ghalib
Allama Muhammad Iqbal
the human intellect That innumerable enigmas are solved by human intellect You were the complete sRate it:

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My Chinee Cook
James Brunton Stephens
oh unhappy Chinee cook!” So the mystery was solved at length; the secret now we saw; John had usedRate it:

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My Dream
John Greenleaf Whittier
the forecast of our dread. 'Dread of mystery solved alone, Of the untried and unknown; Yet the endRate it:

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Neutral Tones
Thomas Hardy
were as eyes that rove Over tedious riddles solved years ago; And some words played betweRate it:

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Our Pote
Robert William Service
our Brother Pote: Bill crossed the sea And solved his problem with the beat, For now he lies inRate it:

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Raschi In Prague
Emma Lazarus
problems to this youth, who cleared and solved, Yielding prompt answer to a lifetime's search. ThenRate it:

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Speakin' At De Cou't-House
Paul Laurence Dunbar
he said de colah question, Hit was ovah, solved, an' done, Dat de dahky was his brothah, Evah blessRate it:

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The Angel In The House. Book I. Canto VI.
Coventry Patmore
does not love another more. IV A Riddle Solved Kind souls, you wonder why, love you, When you, yoRate it:

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The Flame
Ezra Pound
mine; If I have merged my soul, or utterly Am solved and bound in, through aught here on earth, TheRate it:

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The Four Ages. A Brief Fragment Of An Extensive Projected Poem
William Cowper
forbidden deeps, where mystery lies Not to be solved, and useless, if it might. Mysteries are food Rate it:

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The Hermit
Ambrose Bierce
thou wise and learned Teacher, You have solved the Problem well You have saved a grateful creature Rate it:

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