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Winter Rhapsody
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Winter joys, which I refuse, I simply sit and squirm. For Winter, too, holds many joys, Pert flappRate it:

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She Clothes herself in Poetry..
Jesus Penaranda
thights makes you moan from enjoyment, as I squirm from pure gratitude... Your body trembled with pRate it:

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A Psalm Of Fortitude
Joseph Furphy
baskets mine) And balks you of renown and pay, Squirm not, but laugh, and darkly say, 'Ha! tyranRate it:

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Ginger's Cobber
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
all the other blokes near 'as a fit To see Mick squirm at Keith's perlite replies, Till one day KeiRate it:

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Man- The Maker Of His Own Destiny
Nikhil Parekh
to do anything; other than just harmlessly squirm in collective troops and symbiotically upon cold Rate it:

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My Epitaph
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Who knows what pranks. My very skeleton would squirm To hear, on my behalf, some worm Or some unlRate it:

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ODE TO THE UNBORN
annette gagliardi
fast, so precise. Yes, predestined. You squirm and grin . . . Even play a gameRate it:

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Rotarians
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
free Here rests the body that the soul may squirm In all joints broken to a jointless wRate it:

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Secretary
Robert William Service
a doormat for his feet, He loves to see me squirm . . . Tomorrow,--how revenge is sweet! Rate it:

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Song of Insane Gardener
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
of things that fly and creep and crawl and squirm. Lime and sulphur, Paris green, arsenate of lead,Rate it:

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The Bench-Legged Fyce
Eugene Field
with the neighbors an' me; Used to fiddle an' squirm, and grunt "Oh, how nice!" When I tickled the Rate it:

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The Football Match
Anonymous Americas
plough the field, Fall all over yourselves, squirm out! Look at that pile-driver of a full-back tRate it:

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The Germ
Edward George Dyson
to the Coffin Worm, Whose uncomputed legions squirm Some foul, atomic Styx in. The Germ rides wRate it:

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The Jubilee Sov'reign
Marriott Edgar
goin' to cost me?" Said Father, beginning to squirm. "I'm afraid that it comes out expensive- ThRate it:

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The Man Who Could Write
Rudyard Kipling
firm, In that Indian paper -- made his seniors squirm, Quated office scandals, wrote the tactless tRate it:

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The Road to Roundabout
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
all the Downs, And so the roads they twist and squirm (If a may be allowed the term) From the wrRate it:

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The Scurril Press
Ambrose Bierce
of cards called 'draw'! O cracky, how they'll squirm! ha-ha! haw-haw! Let's see what else (_wife snRate it:

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The Ultimate princess.
Nikhil Parekh
of life, My nostrils could perhaps hideously squirm you out; but what about their unlimited gorgeRate it:

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Thought For A Sunshiny Morning
Dorothy Parker
It costs me never a stab nor squirm To tread by chance upon a worm. "Aha, my little dear," I say, "Your clan will pay me back one day." Rate it:

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Tie the Knot Tightly
Henry Clay Work
tho' sad, it is true that people slip thro', Or squirm and wriggle out of the noose. "To love and tRate it:

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