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Ay, workman, make me a dream
Stephen Crane
Ay, workman, make me a dream, A dream for my love. Cunningly weave sunlight, Breezes, and flowers. Let it be of the cloth of meadows. And -- g...Rate it:

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A Workman To The Gods
Edwin Markham
Once Phidias stood, with hammer in his hand, Carving Minerva from the breathing stone, Tracing with love the winding of a hair, A single hair up...Rate it:

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An Old Workman
Lola Ridge
Warped… gland-dry… With spine askew And body shrunken into half its space… Well-used as some cracked paving-stone… Bearing on his grimed an...Rate it:

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The Learned Workman
Friedrich Schiller
Ne'er does he taste the fruit of the tree that he raised with such trouble; Nothing but taste e'er enjoys that which by learning is reared. Rate it:

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The Nightingale To The Workman
Morris Rosenfeld
Fair summer is here, glad summer is here! O hark! 'tis to you I am singing: The sun is all gold in a heaven of blue, The birds in the forest are tr...Rate it:

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A Fool
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
a printer all his life?' — I said: 'Just that, a workman all his life.' But, as my questioner was aRate it:

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So Much To Do
Madison Julius Cawein
he 'd have his dreams come true, Must be a workman, too, my dear, Must be a workman, too. So much Rate it:

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The Song Of Iron
Lola Ridge
new Mary, I wait… II Charge the blast furnace, workman… Open the valves - Drive the fires high… Rate it:

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The Three Foot Rule
William John Macquorn Rankine
that came from foreign lands: Now I'm a British Workman, too old to go to school; So whether the chRate it:

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The Poet And His Book
Edna St. Vincent Millay
quiet with your weeping Lest you wake a workman sleeping, Mix me with your grief. Boys and girls tRate it:

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An Exile's Death
Victor Marie Hugo
from home, one's fain—how fain!—to die. The workman sees his workshop still, And the poor peasantRate it:

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Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
but many a stout bush shack Shall stand to honor workmanship of that proud workman, 'Mac.' Rate it:

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A Valediction Of Weeping
John Donne
on a diverse shore. On a round ball A workman that hath copies by, can lay An Europe,Rate it:

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A Valediction: of Weeping
John Donne
when on a divers shore. On a round ball A workman that hath copies by, can lay An Europe, AfriquRate it:

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Bound—a trouble
Emily Dickinson
h;at its pain—as any Workman— Notching the fall of the Even Sun! Rate it:

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Calm After Storm
Count Giacomo Leopardi
sounds, the labors of the busy hive. The workman gazes at the watery sky, As standing at the door hRate it:

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Cameron's Heart
Henry Lawson
nothing so awful as that when it's wrung from a workman in pain. The strength of despair was upon Rate it:

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City Contrasts
Anonymous Americas
blaza. The millionaire in his carriage, The workman plodding along, The humble follower of the rigRate it:

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Evening Twilight
Charles Baudelaire
dedicated scholar with heavy head, the bowed workman stumbling home to bed. Yet now unhealthy demonRate it:

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Fire. (Sonnet II.)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Not without fire can any workman mould The iron to his preconceived design, Nor can the artist without fire refine And purify from all its dross th...Rate it:

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Franklin Jones
Edgar Lee Masters
become rich and famous. Hence it is fitting the workman Who tried to chisel a dove for me Made it lRate it:

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Gwin King of Norway
William Blake
mellow pipe, And sounds the trumpet shrill; The workman throws his hammer down To heave the bloody Rate it:

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Heroic Stanzas
John Dryden
laurels fade; Heav'n in his portrait shew'd a workman's hand And drew it perfect yet without a shRate it:

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Honours - Part2 conclusion
Jean Ingelow
is a better way. What though unmarked the happy workman toil,   And break unthanked of man the stuRate it:

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Hymn 117
Isaac Watts
subjects of his high decrees. [Doth not the workman's power extend O'er all the mass, which part tRate it:

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