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"Us Artists -- Before Public Was, or Grants, or Can Litter"
Margaret Avison
Fourth stanza: One wore a stilts, one wore a daubed top-hat. Well, among us we were satisfat. from "Always Now: Collected Poems of Margaret...Rate it:

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A Ballad for Elderly Kids
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Now this is the ballad of Jeremy Jones, And likewise of Bobadil Brown, Of the Snooks and the Snaggers and Macs and Malones, And Diggle and Daggle a...Rate it:

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A Ballad of Ducks
Andrew Barton Paterson
The railway rattled and roared and swung With jolting and bumping trucks. The sun, like a billiard red ball, hung In the Western sky: and the ti...Rate it:

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A Capital Ship
Charles Edward Carryl
A capital ship for an ocean trip Was the 'Walloping Window Blind' No wind that blew dismayed her crew Or troubled the captain's mind The man at the...Rate it:

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A Civic Holiday Trip
James McIntyre
Lines on a civic holiday trip on the Grand Trunk, to Toronto, August, 1882. Address to Mr. Hodge, conductor of Caledonian games at Ingersoll. From...Rate it:

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A College Career
Robert Fuller Murray
I When one is young and eager, A bejant and a boy, Though his moustache be meagre, That cannot mar his joy When at the Competition He takes a fair...Rate it:

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A Community Of Friends
Kurt Philip Behm
There once was a time when women could cook and men knew how to dance Education was by the book no fuzzy math or creative finance Parents vis...Rate it:

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A Cook
Geoffrey Chaucer
They had a cook with them who stood alone For boiling chicken with a marrow-bone, Sharp flavouring powder and a spice for savour. He could distingu...Rate it:

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A Culinary Candidate
Ambrose Bierce
A cook adorned with paper cap, Or waiter with a tray, May be a worthy kind of chap In his way, But when we want one for Recorder, Then, Mr. Walton,...Rate it:

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A Ditty
Edmund Spenser
In praise of Eliza, Queen of the Shepherds SEE where she sits upon the grassie greene, (O seemely sight!) Yclad in Scarlot, like a mayden Qu...Rate it:

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A Domestic Tragedy
Robert William Service
Clorinda met me on the way As I came from the train; Her face was anything but gay, In fact, suggested pain. "Oh hubby, hubby dear!" she cried, "I'...Rate it:

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A Guide for Poits
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I ain't no verse-'og. When I busts in song An' fills the air wiv choonful melerdy, I likes fer uvver coves to come along An' biff the lyre i...Rate it:

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A Hero
Robert William Service
Three times I had the lust to kill, To clutch a throat so young and fair, And squeeze with all my might until No breath of being lingered there. Th...Rate it:

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A Litany
Algernon Charles Swinburne
FIRST ANTIPHONE. ALL the bright lights of heaven I will make dark over thee; One night shall be as seven That its skirts may cover thee; I will sen...Rate it:

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A Manual, More Ancient Than The Art Of Printing, And Not To Be Found In Any Catalogue
William Cowper
There is a book, which we may call (Its excellence is such) Alone a library, though small; The ladies thumb it much. Words none, things numerous i...Rate it:

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A Mixed Crew
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Tho' it sounds a trifle mystic, Somewhat vague and cabbalistic, When you come to analyse the inner side Of political alliance You will find it is a...Rate it:

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A Morning Song
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
The thrush is in the wattle tree, an', 'O, you pretty dear!' He's callin' to his little wife for all the bush to hear. He's wantin' all the bush to...Rate it:

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A Nautical Ballad
Charles Edward Carryl
A capital ship for an ocean trip, Was the 'Walloping Window-blind'; No gale that blew dismayed her crew Or troubled the captain's mind. The man at ...Rate it:

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A Nightmare
William Schwenck Gilbert
When you're lying awake with a dismal headache, and repose is taboo'd by anxiety, I conceive you may use any language you choose to indulge in with...Rate it:

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A TASTE OF DEPRESSION
Brenden Pettingill
It tastes like a cold soup prepared in love but left to sit and cool alone on empty counter tops It is lonely pyramids and forgotten sands that wh...Rate it:

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A tribute to mothers
Robert curran
-- A mother's work is never done From dawn to the setting sun The cooking cleaning shopping and all Is enough to make a grown man Feel weary a...Rate it:

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A Worker Reads History
Bertolt Brecht
Who built the seven gates of Thebes? The books are filled with names of kings. Was it the kings who hauled the craggy blocks of stone? And Babylon,...Rate it:

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Abt Vogler
Robert Browning
Would that the structure brave, the manifold music I build, Bidding my organ obey, calling its keys to their work, Claiming each slave of t...Rate it:

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Abt Volger
Robert Browning
(after he has been extemporizing upon the musical instrument of his invention) Would that the structure brave, the manifold music I build, Biddin...Rate it:

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Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 2.
William Cowper
SCENE I. -- CHORUS OF ANGELS Singing. Now let us garlands weave Of all the fairest flowers, Now at this early dawn, For new-made man, and his com...Rate it:

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