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Jim's Whip
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
mound. I never take it from the wall, That whip belonged to him, The man I singled from them allRate it:

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The Second Whip Explains
William Henry Ogilvie
found, With a pack worth callin' a pack That a Whip goes back for the missin' 'ound- An' it's moRate it:

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Whip-Poor-Will And Katy-Did
Paul Laurence Dunbar
dreary, Solemn-lak an' skeery, Sayin' fu' to 'whip po' Will.' Now hit 's moughty tryin', Fu' to hyRate it:

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The Whip
Edwin Arlington Robinson
The doubt you fought so long The cynic net you cast, The tyranny, the wrong, The ruin, they are past; And here you are at last, Your blood no l...Rate it:

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Jones M.P.
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
party man. But when he heard a mention of the Whip Party Whip, He gave answer, as he curled a scoRate it:

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Upon The Whipping Of The Top
John Bunyan
Tis with the whip the boy sets up the top, The whip makes it run round upon its toe; The whip makes it hither and thither hop: 'Tis with the whip t...Rate it:

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A Lifted Finger
Ambrose Bierce
What! _you_ whip rascals?-_you_, whose gutter blood Bears, in its dark, dishonorable flood, Enough of prison-birds' prolific germs To serve a whole...Rate it:

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A Disqualified Jockey's Story
Andrew Barton Paterson
the turn Come up behind Enchantress with the whip And let her have it; that long bloke and me WiRate it:

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An Old Master
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
up to Mitchell. 'Here,' says he, 'gimme that whip.' Well! I've heard of transformations; heard of Rate it:

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Bill the Bullock-Driver
Henry Kendall
quarrels of temple and throne, So long as the whip that he holds in his hands And the team that he Rate it:

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Colour
William Henry Ogilvie
hues ally - But bonniest is the scarlet when a Whip rides by. On towers of brown and crimson, on Rate it:

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Giffen's Debt
Rudyard Kipling
horse, And flourishing a flail-like whip, came down, Breathing ambrosia, to the villages, And fell Rate it:

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How The Women Went From Dover
John Greenleaf Whittier
wind's grip And keener sting of the constable's whip, The blood that followed each hissing blow FroRate it:

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Jude
Lola Ridge
and I were weeding our garden when we heard his whip— must have been a new whip to cut off dandelioRate it:

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Meg's Curse
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
turtle's wild, sweet call, And the wail of the whip-poor-will, whip-poor-will, whip-poor-will. SheRate it:

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The Deliverance
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
Mistus We're bound to have a fight; But we'll whip the Yankees, mother, We'll whip them sure as nigRate it:

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Une Gravure Fantastique (A Fantastic Engraving)
Charles Baudelaire
on his skeleton brow. Without spurs, without whip, he winds a horse, A phantom like himself, an aRate it:

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As I wandered home
William Henry Ogilvie
older. To a tight pink lip She pressed her whip By way of imposing quiet; I bowed my head To the wRate it:

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In the Droving Days
Andrew Barton Paterson
mob; With a right good will was the stockwhip plied, As the old horse raced at the straggler's siRate it:

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African Eyes
Joseph Michael Petrou
the days we had, when you were keeping the whip in your hand, the days our people was still your slRate it:

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'Twixt the Wings of the Yard
Barcroft Henry Thomas Boake
lingering here ‘stead of fingering Handle of whip ‘twixt the wings of the yard. Hear the loud crRate it:

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A Dream of the Melbourne Cup
Andrew Barton Paterson
"The blue and white for ever!" Under the whip! with the ears flat back, Under the whip! though Rate it:

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A Sabbath Scene
John Greenleaf Whittier
up the aisle she glided, While close behind her, whip in hand, A lank-haired hunter strided. She raRate it:

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Apology For Bad Dreams
Robinson Jeffers
at the edge of the wood, but when the great whip Clung to the flanks the creature kicked so hard shRate it:

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Arnold Rode Behind
Roderic Quinn
buttoned 'gainst the wind; I took the lead with whip and spur, And Arnold rode behind. The skies wRate it:

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