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Prologue to Rhymes to be Traded for Bread
Vachel Lindsay
Even the shrewd and bitter, Gnarled by the old world's greed, Cherished the stranger softly Seeing his utter need. Shelter and patient hearing,...Rate it:

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A TASTE OF DEPRESSION
Brenden Pettingill
you it is salty and bitter and less than fairly traded it cries in the boiling water before being dRate it:

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The Cost
Kurt Philip Behm
What have you traded for what you now call success? What have you lost and forgotten to redress? Will the status you hold justify the amoun...Rate it:

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Artists Versus tycoons
Nikhil Parekh
the resplendent palette of their lives, Tycoons traded the same in the spuriously stinking stock mRate it:

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Beak-Bashing Boy
Robert William Service
I made him look a clown, Yet he was game, and traded blow for blow. And then that piston pain, the Rate it:

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Don't Break My Heart
Nikhil Parekh
sleazily markets; where infinite parasites traded me for my innocuously resplendent flesh, Play uRate it:

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Everything
Anna Akhmatova
Everything’s looted, betrayed and traded, black death’s wing’s overhead. Everything’s eaten by hunger, unsated, so why does a light shine ahead? ...Rate it:

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If Being A Man Is All About
Nikhil Parekh
society parties; in which billions were ghastily traded in the name of prostitution; child molestatRate it:

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Indian Widow
Nikhil Parekh
had become a mere commodity; being insidiously traded on the dais of depravation; to yield to the vRate it:

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Infinite Times better
Nikhil Parekh
storm, Infinite times better than the abjectly traded idols of gold and bombastically boorish silRate it:

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Is This why?
Nikhil Parekh
where even sacrosanct mothers bawdily traded their flesh; for just a few trash wads of crinkled papRate it:

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Regardin' Terry Hut
James Whitcomb Riley
argied ag'inst livin' here, And jawed around and traded lies About our lack o' enterprise, And tuk Rate it:

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Snow
David Berman
snowing, the outdoors seem like a room. Today I traded hellos with my neighbor. Our voices hung clRate it:

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Song of Diego Valdez
Rudyard Kipling
-- Old playmates on new seas -- Whenas we traded orpiment Among the savages -- A thousand leagues tRate it:

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The Borough. Letter XVIII: The Poor And Their
George Crabbe
to his journey's end. Rich in his youth, he traded and he fail'd; Again he tried, again his fate prRate it:

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The Broken-Teapot
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
in, From the shed and fodder bin, Carted in and traded at the small town store; Gathered from the wRate it:

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The Hoodoo
James Whitcomb Riley
Owned a pair o' skates onc't.--Traded Fer 'em,--stropped 'em on and waded Up and down the crick, a-waitin' Tel she'd freeze up fit fer skatin'. Mil...Rate it:

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The Outlaws
Rudyard Kipling
to break When the fit hour should strike. They traded with the careless earth, And good return it Rate it:

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The Parson's Son
Robert William Service
of the wealth that lay under the ground. We traded in skins and whiskey, and I've often slept underRate it:

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The Trail Boss Turns 60
Kurt Philip Behm
and kind The speed and the strength ain’t been traded for free, and somethin woke up that I guesRate it:

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We Are Two; Our's Are Only Two
Nikhil Parekh
emotions and religion; got preposterously traded for a wad of sleazily derogatory notes, More PopRate it:

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Were You sleeping?
Nikhil Parekh
when countless woman were being tawdrily traded; as ominously lethal beheaders of flesh weighed theRate it:

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Where Did All Your Devotion Go?
Nikhil Parekh
your earnest devotion go; when you criminally traded the sacrosanct skins of your mothers; daughterRate it:

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Young And Innocent At Heart
Nikhil Parekh
owners an astronomical fortune when judiciously traded. And all the old folks traversing the streeRate it:

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