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Who’ll Wear the Beaten Colours?
Henry Lawson
Who’ll wear the beaten colours—and cheer the beaten men? Who’ll wear the beaten colours, till our time comes again? Where sullen crowds are densest...Rate it:

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We Wear the Mask
Paul Laurence Dunbar
We wear the mask that grins and lies, It hides our cheeks and shades our eyes,-- This debt we pay to human guile; With torn and bleeding hearts we ...Rate it:

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The mask I wear
Janis Binning
The mask I wear, to hide the pain, to hide from all, is but in vain. For there are moments, that wax and wane, and sometimes, briefly, let through ...Rate it:

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Sonnet 15 - Accuse me not, beseech thee, that I wear
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
XV Accuse me not, beseech thee, that I wear Too calm and sad a face in front of thine; For we two look two ways, and cannot shine With the same su...Rate it:

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As Ireland Wore the Green
Henry Lawson
colour In fear of Mammon’s spleen? Or shall we wear the bonnie blue As Ireland wore the green? As IRate it:

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The Three Foxes
Alan Alexander Milne
a time there were three little foxes Who didn’t wear stockings, and they didn’t wear sockses, But tRate it:

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A Song For Kilts
Robert William Service
the human race would be If every man would wear a kilt, A flirt of Tartan finery, InsteadRate it:

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The White Rose o' June
Carolina Oliphant
the white rose o' June, An' may he that should wear it come back again sune! It's no on my breastRate it:

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Gotham - Book II
Charles Churchill
make proud Sense against her nature bend, And wear the chains of Rhyme, yet call her friend. Some fRate it:

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KoKo Ameen, the Jewelry Queen
Sonia Walker
and gold, Making statements that are very bold, Wear it today, wear it tomorrow, wear it forever, FRate it:

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Café Comedy
Robert William Service
him - that's the funny part. I promised I would wear a rose of red, Pinned on my coat above my flutRate it:

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A Ballad of Gentleness
Geoffrey Chaucer
not the reverse, safely dare I deem, All wear he mitre, crown, or diademe. This firste stock was fRate it:

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A Letter Written For My Daughter To A Lady, Who Had Presented Her With A Cap.
Mary Barber
late kind Gift let me restore; For I must never wear it more. My Mother cries, ``What's here to do?Rate it:

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Alas! Where Have All The Years Gone
Walther von der Vogelweide
times. See, such poor jewelry the women wear, And the proud knights, what rude clothing they wear! Rate it:

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Hudibras - The Lady's Answer to The Knight
Samuel Butler
on our lips you lay for reds, And make us wear, like Indian dames, Add fuel to your scorching flameRate it:

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King Volmer and Elsie
John Greenleaf Whittier
among thy roses, the fairest rose to me! For weary months in secret my heart has longed for thee!' Rate it:

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Romero
William Cullen Bryant
driven, Who gave their willing limbs again To wear the chain so lately riven; Romero broke the sworRate it:

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When Your Pants Begin to Go
Henry Lawson
When you wear a cloudy collar and a shirt that isn't white, And you cannot sleep for thinking how you'll reach to-morrow night, You may be a man ...Rate it:

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You Can't Strangulate Yourself And Still Lead Life
Nikhil Parekh
mind boggling sums of arithmetic, You can't wear cowdung coated shoes and still smell like a suprRate it:

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A Double Standard
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
me down? Crime has no sex and yet to-day I wear the brand of shame; Whilst he amid the gay and proRate it:

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An Anthem Of Earth
Francis Thompson
each thing's mettle effused; that so thou wear'st, Even like a breather on a frosty morn, Thy propeRate it:

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The White Ships and the Red
Joyce Kilmer
prows that once were bright With rainbow stains wear only Death's livid, dreadful white. White asRate it:

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A Few Remarks on Goats, Asses and the Dead Hand
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
it is, I suppose, The fact that we scorn to wear grandpa's old-fashioned clothes. The poor old gentRate it:

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A Last Confession
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Our Lombard country-girls along the coast Wear daggers in their garters: for they know That they might hate another girl to death Or meet a German ...Rate it:

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A Little Child Shall Lead Them
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
little coffin Taking her last sweet rest. To wear that badge as a token She earnestly did craveRate it:

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