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A White woman
Waheeb Nadeem Wahbah
filled the the editing of the drawers of the girls Before you, a young girl has never become aRate it:

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A Bridal In The Bois De Boulogne.
Mathilde Blind
pearls, Fine as a queen's dowry for workaday girls. In an aisle of Acacias enlaced and enlacing,Rate it:

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A Bush Study, A La Watteau
Arthur Patchett Martin
day. Sings Shearing sheep is dry work, Kissing girls is sly work; But drinking deep is my work; SoRate it:

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A Christmas Carol
George Wither
bag-pipe and a tabor. Young men and maids and girls and boys Give life to one another's joys, And yRate it:

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A Christmas Colloquy
John Crowe Ransom
THE country farmer has his joys Of little city girls and boys When brother Thomas brings his brood Of motherless brats in Christmas mood To try our...Rate it:

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A City Of Culture.
Liam Ó Comáin
The Little Gaelic Singers and The Little Derry Girls to name but a few… So be proud and ignore nRate it:

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A Confidence
Paul Laurence Dunbar
trump, Never even seen her jump Like some silly girls 'ud do, When I'd hide and holier 'Boo!' She'dRate it:

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A Connachtman
Padraic Colum
be sure and clear in my praise. But the girls will stay near the door, And they'll have but littleRate it:

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A Dead March
William Cosmo Monkhouse
and he was a boy, but yet there are boys and girls. Ah, but alas for the smile of smiles that nRate it:

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A Delicious Interruption
James Whitcomb Riley
she could go Without an _escort_. Ah, you sweet girls all! What young gallant but comes at such a cRate it:

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A Departing Dirge
Harry 'Breaker' Harbord Morant
Girls in town and boys out back, I've rolled up my little pack, And on june's chill wintry gales Sail from pleasant New South Wales. Ere I go - a d...Rate it:

(2.50 / 2 votes)
A Dirge of Joy
Henry Lawson
war began; And Better-Protection-for-Women-and-Girls, and Men-Made-Laws-for-Man! Oh, I dance on tRate it:

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A Domestic Scene
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
love and rev'rence melt? Oh! blest be those fair girls - and blest That home where God is felt! Rate it:

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A Dream of Venice
Ada Cambridge
of the dead— Thy gondoliers and water-bearers—girls With dark, soft eyes, and creamy faces, crownedRate it:

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A Fairly Sad Tale
Dorothy Parker
I am thus, and I am so. Around me, other girls inspire In men the rush and roar of fire, The sweet Rate it:

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A Fantasy of War
Henry Lawson
does the same, And know no more than peasant girls which nation is to blame. The wounded live to fiRate it:

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A Few Lines to Beauty
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Girls! You with the bobbed hair or Mary Pickford curls, Likewise you others Who still adopt the hair-dressing style, That makes the moderns smi...Rate it:

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A Few Remarks on Goats, Asses and the Dead Hand
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
and much musinderstood class of elderly girls and boys Whose state demands some sign or symbol To pRate it:

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A Game of Fives
Lewis Carroll
Five little girls, of Five, Four, Three, Two, One: Rolling on the hearthrug, full of tricks and fun. Five rosy girls, in years from Ten to Six: S...Rate it:

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A Garden Of Girls
Edith Nesbit
white, white petals veil the golden heart. Girls in the garden--one and two and three-- One for sRate it:

(3.36 / 11 votes)
A Girl's Grave
Patrick Edward Quinn
say, With a dash of truth, I ween, Of the girls of the period, in your day They had heartsRate it:

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A Girls Thoughts
Isaac Rosenberg
Dim apprehension of a trust Comes over me this quiet hour, As though the silence were a flower, And this, its perfume, dark like dust. My individu...Rate it:

(2.00 / 1 vote)
A Girls' Grave
Patrick Edward Quinn
say, With a dash of truth, I ween, Of the girls of the period, in your day They had hearts aRate it:

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A Girls's Sin - In Her Eyes
Francis Thompson
Cross child! red, and frowning so? 'I, the day just over, Gave a lock of hair to--no! How DARE you say, my lover?' He asked you?--Let me understan...Rate it:

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A Gotham Garden of Verses
Franklin P. Adams
Like practically anything. Women and men and girls and boys, All making curious kinds of noise Rate it:

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