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Le Vagabond
Maurice Rollinat
Tombé, le vagabond qui rampe avec effort, S’arrête et gît, agonisant Dans de la boue, Et sur sa joue De grosses larmes vont gli...Rate it:

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An Old Vagabond
John Boyle O'Reilly
HE was old and alone, and he sat on a stone to rest for awhile from the road: His beard was white, and his eye was bright, and his wrinkles overflo...Rate it:

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God's Vagabond
Robert William Service
A passion to be free Has ever mastered me; To none beneath the sun Will I bow down,--not one Shall leash my liberty. My life's my own; I rise With...Rate it:

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The Little Vagabond
William Blake
Dear mother, dear mother, the church is cold, But the ale-house is healthy and pleasant and warm; Besides I can tell where I am used well, ...Rate it:

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The Vagabond
Henry Lawson
White handkerchiefs wave from the short black pier As we glide to the grand old sea -- But the song of my heart is for none to hear If one of...Rate it:

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The Vagabond
Robert Louis Stevenson
Give to me the life I love, Let the lave go by me, Give the jolly heaven above And the byway nigh me. Bed in the bush with stars to see, Bread I di...Rate it:

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L'Idiot
Maurice Rollinat
L’idiot vagabond qui charme les vipères Clopine tout le jour infatigablement, Au long du ravin noir et du marais dormant, Là-bas où les aspics von...Rate it:

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Roofs
Joyce Kilmer
a human dwelling place. I never have seen a vagabond who really liked to roam All up and down theRate it:

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St. Alexis, Patron of Beggars
Joyce Kilmer
sod, But still we share St. Alexis' care, The Vagabond of God. They gave him a home in purple RoRate it:

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Chevalier
Kurt Philip Behm
he screamed to the crowd “On stage as a vagabond my home you enshroud “My makeup—my armor, Rate it:

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10 Foot "X" 5 Foot Corpse.
Nikhil Parekh
organism of this Universe; but remember O! vagabond Man; that howsoever insuperable you considered Rate it:

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A True Story
Ann Taylor
not attend to my pitiful call, Some think me a vagabond cheat; And scarcely a creature relieves me,Rate it:

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All Roads End
Kurt Philip Behm
Laboring in obscurity… my pen a vagabond Hitchhiking through my consciousness, my thumbprint worn and gone Wishing past the hoping, spittin...Rate it:

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Ami, Chez Nos Francois
Andre Marie de Chenier
tous ensemble. S'égarant à son gré, mon ciseau vagabond Achève à ce poème ou les pieds ou le frontRate it:

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An etching
Emily Pauline Johnson
while from here and there A few wild locks of vagabond brown hair Escape the old straw hat the suRate it:

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Beyond
Katharine Lee Bates
the last faint gold Of fleeting comets, lost and vagabond? Or is this astral universe, All that ourRate it:

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Billy's Alphabetical Animal Show
James Whitcomb Riley
through you, he was so blamed furious! V was a vagabond Vulture Who said: 'I don't want to insult Rate it:

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Chained Puppet
Nikhil Parekh
sleazy wine with her extravagant bunch of; vagabond friends. My love for her was like the OmnipoteRate it:

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Corn.
Sidney Lanier
in select proportion fair From honest mould and vagabond air; From darkness of the dreadful night,Rate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XLV
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
head to foot in the tall pier--glasses. My vagabond attire, my coat all rags, My tattered plaid staRate it:

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Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: XXXIV
Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
she cried, ``c'est lui, c'est l'ingénu. Ah, vagabond! 'Tis thus you find me out. Standing en factioRate it:

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Halte En Marchant
Victor Marie Hugo
toujours s'est follement ruée ! Plus tard, le vagabond flagellé devient Dieu. Ce front noir et sRate it:

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Jackdaw
Padraic Colum
flew; his flight Neither high nor wide Was a vagabond's To a seedman's stride. A dog on the groundRate it:

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Joe
Emily Pauline Johnson
while from here and there A few wild locks of vagabond brown hair Escape the old straw hat the sun Rate it:

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Knockin' Around
Henry Lawson
he’s knocking around.’ Knocking around with a vagabond crew, Does for himself what a mother would Rate it:

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