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One Deep Thrust
Kurt Philip Behm
words are best A point honed sharp for one deep thrust, —one is all you’ll get (Villanova PennsRate it:

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The successful man has thrust himself
Stephen Crane
The successful man has thrust himself Through the water of the years, Reeking wet with mistakes -- Bloody mistakes; Slimed with victories over ...Rate it:

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With One Firm Thrust
Afanasy Afanasyevich Fet
With one firm thrust to force the boat of living From off the sands, and, by a wave tossed high, Be toward a new life borne, a new beginning, To fe...Rate it:

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The Song Of The Sword--To Rudyard Kipling
William Ernest Henley
light that breaks From the sacred Companionship! Thrust through the fatuous, Thrust through the funRate it:

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A Song of Honour
Ralph Hodgson
sweet and clear As if the Abyssinian tree Had thrust a bough across the sea, Had thrust a bough Rate it:

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Assassin
Harry Crosby
I hurl giant firebrands against governments. I thrust torches through the eyes of the law. I annihiRate it:

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Aunt Imogen
Edwin Arlington Robinson
intolerable mist. The blow that she had vaguely thrust aside Like fright so many times had found Rate it:

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King Arthur's Death
Thomas Percy
ran hee: The king his speare he through him thrust, A fathom thorow his bodìe. When Mordered felRate it:

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Margaret Of Cortona
Edith Wharton
that the whole town attests, The very babes thrust forward for my blessing, And either parish plottRate it:

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Plainte Eternelle
Lord Alfred Douglas
I become the scorn of all the wise, Thrust, if you will, sharp arrows in my side. Let me become thRate it:

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The Battle of Sempach
Sir Walter Scott
and axe, and partisan, And hack, and stab, and thrust. The daunted Lion 'gan to whine, And grantedRate it:

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The Believer's Principles : Chap. IV.
Ralph Erskine
trusts its eye and ear; Into faith's boat dare thrust its oar, And put it further from the shore. Rate it:

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The Next War
Robert Graves
end? Boys, from the first time you prod And thrust with spears of curtain-rod, From the first tiRate it:

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The Red King
Charles Kingsley
Hall, There came in a monk before them all: He thrust by squire, he thrust by knight, Stood over agRate it:

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The Song Of Honour
Ralph Hodgson
sweet and clear As if the Abyssinian tree Had thrust a bough across the sea, Had thrust a bough Rate it:

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Abdul Abulbul Amir
William Percy French
Ivan Skavinsky Skavar. They parried and thrust, they side-stepped and cussed, Of blood they spilleRate it:

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Death of a Believer
Rudyard Kipling
had found him, Yet at the last, ere a sword-thrust could save, Yet at the last, with his masters arRate it:

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Magna Carta
Marriott Edgar
of the Barons Their will on the King so to thrust, But you'll see if you look at both sides of thRate it:

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Snow-Bound: A Winter Idyl
John Greenleaf Whittier
the prisoned brutes within. The old horse thrust his long head out, And grave with wonder gazedRate it:

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Sonnets (1923)
Edna St. Vincent Millay
again; . But that a dream can die, will be a thrust . Between my ribs forever of hot pain. Rate it:

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Sweet Love, Sweet Thorn, When Lightly To My Heart
Edna St. Vincent Millay
thorn, when lightly to my heart I took your thrust, whereby I since am slain, And lie disheveled inRate it:

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The Battle of Omdurman
William Topaz McGonagall
the dusky warriors bodies their lances they did thrust, Whereby many of them were made to lick the Rate it:

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The three tailors
Eugene Field
quite absurd-- His needle a space in the wall thrust the third, By the Rhine, wondrous Rhine; ARate it:

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Yet At the Last
Rudyard Kipling
had found him, Yet at the last, ere a sword-thrust could save, Yet at the last, with his masters Rate it:

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Cymru
George Essex Evans
valour that turned thro’ the wavering years The thrust of the Roman pila, the rush of the Saxon speRate it:

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