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Riding To Town
Paul Laurence Dunbar
for a ride into town; For bumpety-bump goes the wagon, But tra-la-la-la our lay. There's joy in a sRate it:

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Gun I & II
Mario William Vitale
of pillars left vested along the perimeter wagon wheels old saloon and dog barking outside there waRate it:

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Moesta et Errabunda (Grieving and Wandering)
Charles Baudelaire
la vaste mer, console nos labeurs! Emporte-moi wagon! enlève-moi, frégate! Loin! loin! ici la boueRate it:

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Horses and Men in Rain
Carl Sandburg
on the window, And let us talk about milk wagon drivers and grocery delivery boys. Let us keep oRate it:

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The Burial of Saint Brendan
Padraic Colum
in your hands I leave what goes in clay; The wagon that our goods are carried in Have it yoked up bRate it:

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The Circus-Day Parade
James Whitcomb Riley
of us with melody sublime! How the grand band-wagon shone with a splendor all its own, And glitterRate it:

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Threnody
Ralph Waldo Emerson
to share his cordial game, Or mend his wicker wagon frame, Still plotting how their hungry ear ThatRate it:

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To My Old Friend, William Leachman
James Whitcomb Riley
a frozen glare, And the neghbors' sleds and wagons congergatin' ev'rywhare. I turned my eyes to'rdRate it:

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Tract
William Carlos Williams
not polished! Let it be whethered - like a farm wagon - with gilt wheels (this could be applied freRate it:

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Dulce et Decorum Est
Wilfred Owen
dreams, you too could pace 18 Behind the wagon that we flung him in, 19 And watch the white eyes wrRate it:

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A House upon the Height
Emily Dickinson
A House upon the Height— That Wagon never reached— No Dead, were ever carried down— No Peddler's Cart—approached— Whose Chimney never smoked— Whos...Rate it:

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Elegy Before Death
Edna St. Vincent Millay
that you are dead,— These, and perhaps a useless wagon Standing beside some tumbled shed. Oh, therRate it:

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Abîme - L'Homme
Victor Marie Hugo
et l'Orégon Comme trois voyageurs dans le même wagon. La distance n'est plus. Du vieux géant EspaRate it:

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Anna Imroth
Carl Sandburg
the legs a little more--so. And call for the wagon to come and take her home. Her mother will cryRate it:

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Bergliot
Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
o'er thy ting-peace! Fetch forth the wagon, Drive to the fighting! At home to cower Would cost my Rate it:

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Blue Island Intersection
Carl Sandburg
come together here. They feed people and wagons into the center. In and out all day horses with tRate it:

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Carmen De Boheme
Harold Hart Crane
and through the foggy city gate A gypsy wagon wiggles, striving straight. And some dream still ofRate it:

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Drum-Taps
Walt Whitman
the court; The driver deserting his wagon in the street, jumping down, throwing Rate it:

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Evangeline: Part The Second. IV.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
a passage rude to the wheels of the emigrant's wagon, Westward the Oregon flows and the Walleway anRate it:

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Farmer Whipple--Bachelor
James Whitcomb Riley
where _I_ was layin' by the roadside, and the wagon upside down A-leanin' on the gate-post, with tRate it:

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God’s Acre
Conrad Potter Aiken
apple orchard, Over the road, where gleams a wagon-top, And gone. The eastwind gallops up from seRate it:

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Heat
Archibald Lampman
idly clacking wheels. By his cart's side the wagoner Is slouching slowly at his ease, HalfRate it:

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Henry Phipps
Edgar Lee Masters
superintendent, The dummy president of the wagon works And the canning factory, Acting for Thomas RRate it:

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How Samson Bore Away the Gates of Gaza
Vachel Lindsay
of a dragon. Samson's heart was as big as a wagon. He sang like a shining golden fountain. He sweatRate it:

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I met a King this afternoon!
Emily Dickinson
not at all disposed to run! And such a wagon! While I live Dare I presume to see Another such a veRate it:

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