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Learning To Read
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
did sneer and frown. And I longed to read my Bible, For precious words it said; But when I begun tRate it:

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Life Through The Eyes Of An Addict
Mario William Vitale
become idle, I become secluded and read the bible So now I am saved and will always wear his sigRate it:

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Lilacs
Amy Lowell
many verses before bed-time, Because it was the Bible. The dead fed you Amid the slant stones ofRate it:

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Lines From A Letter To A Young Clerical Friend
John Greenleaf Whittier
tell, Unmask the priestly thieves, and tear The Bible from the grasp of hell! From hollow rite and Rate it:

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Lost Candle Of Time
Kurt Philip Behm
future—past Can the present become a bible for every sage Like a black hole compressingRate it:

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Lydia Humphrey
Edgar Lee Masters
back and forth, to and from the church, With my Bible under my arm Till I was gray and old; UnweddeRate it:

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Mabel Martin
John Greenleaf Whittier
their fathers' gentle ways And simple speech of Bible days; In whose neat homesteads woman holds WRate it:

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March Elegy
Anna Akhmatova
jail; a secret midnight conclave of monumental Bible-oaks; and a tiny rowboat that comes drifting oRate it:

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Marguerite
John Greenleaf Whittier
death drawing nigh, She murmured a psalm of the Bible; but closer the young girl pressed, With theRate it:

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Marlburyes Fate
Benjamin Tompson
the sinking saint. Draw there the Pastor for his bible crying, The souldier for his sword, The GlutRate it:

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My Christian Name
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
sound; My mother chose it out of those In Bible pages found: Mother, whose accents made half sweRate it:

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My Talk Had No End
Nikhil Parekh
repertoire of scriptures embossed in the Bible; the mystical balance between good and the repulsiveRate it:

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Newspaper
Nikhil Parekh
a conglomerate of sagacious axioms from the holy bible, It contained flash reports about outburstsRate it:

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Nothin' To Say
James Whitcomb Riley
got nothin' to say! She left you her little Bible--writ yer name acrost the page-- And left her eaRate it:

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Ode to Rae Wilson Esq.
Thomas Hood
sinful act— Peruse, but underneath the rose, my Bible; And love my neighbour far too well, in fact,Rate it:

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On A Register For A Bible
William Strode
I am the faythfull deputy Unto your fading memory. Your Index long in search doth hold; Your folded wrinkles make books olde: But I the Scripture o...Rate it:

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On The Bible
William Strode
Behold this little volume here inrolde: 'Tis the Almighty's present to the world: Hearken earth's earth; each sencelesse thing can heare His Maker'...Rate it:

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On Woman
William Butler Yeats
her own. Though pedantry denies, It's plain the Bible means That Solomon grew wise While talking wiRate it:

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Once More I Put my Bonnet On
Joseph Howe
my pew. I read divinity by reams, The Bible got by heart, I studied all the Church's "ScheRate it:

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One Hundred and Three
Henry Lawson
and hominy, and a scrag of meat and a spud, A Bible and thin flat book of rules, to cool a strong mRate it:

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Part III: Credat Judaeus Apella
Adam Lindsay Gordon
oft, And swear that a cripple is sound—on the Bible— Hold hard ! though the man I allude to is softRate it:

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Peter Bell The Third
Percy Bysshe Shelley
day- They found all vanished from the shore: The Bible, whence he used to pray, Half scorched underRate it:

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Pick Your Poison
Kurt Philip Behm
Booze—Broads—The Bible, which poison will you claim The one that numbs, the one that thrills —the one your soul to shame ‘Captain Tony’s, Ke...Rate it:

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Poetry And Reality
Jane Taylor
from the deist's creed :-- Oh, he approves the Bible, thinks it true, (No matter if he ever read itRate it:

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Raschi In Prague
Emma Lazarus
poet, and physician, Who bore the ponderous Bible's storied wisdom, The Mischna's tangled lore at tRate it:

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