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Anthem For Doomed Youth
Wilfred Owen
the holy glimmers of good-byes. The pallor of girls' brows shall be their pall; Their flowers theRate it:

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Antony Villa
Henry Lawson
He will think about the hardships that his girls were never ‘useter,’ And it must be mighty heavyRate it:

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Any Form Of Life Was Better Than Death
Nikhil Parekh
then itself. Everytime I saw innocently minor girls being brutally raped; by the diabolically idiosRate it:

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Arcturus
Sara Teasdale
as when He rose on eastern islands For Grecian girls and men; The twilight is as clear a blue, TheRate it:

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Artemis To Actaeon
Edith Wharton
I thee not in every guise of life, Hid in girls’ eyes, a naiad in her well, Wooed through their lauRate it:

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As it was in the Beginning
Henry Lawson
decreed it—we shall find it by-and-bye, When our girls, disguised in boys’ clothes, go to die whereRate it:

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At Last
James Whitcomb Riley
a BOY--I mean HE is--hurrah!' 'Wake up the other girls--and shout for joy-- Eureka is his name--I'vRate it:

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At the Cedars
Duncan Campbell Scott
You had two girls -- Baptiste -- One is Virginie -- Hold hard -- Baptiste! Listen to me. The whole drive was jammed In that bend at the Cedars, T...Rate it:

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At the Stage Door
Arthur Symons
seen, the curls And thin, bright faces of girls, Roving eyes, and smiling lips, and the glance SeekRate it:

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At the Tug-0-War
Henry Lawson
chaps, oh! how they cheered me, while the girls all smiled so kind, They praised me, little dreaminRate it:

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At The West India Docks
Francis William Lauderdale Adams
and branded with shuddering fire; Women and girls shrieking caught, and whored, and trampled to deaRate it:

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Au Bal
Aleister Crowley
my spirit shudders; dew bedims My sight -these girls and their alluring glances! Their eyes that buRate it:

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Aunt Dorothy's Lecture
Ada Cambridge
wish to be harsh) Running wild, like the servant-girls, For a red coat and moustache. Not that he Rate it:

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Autumn in Prison
Frederick William (FW) Harvey
sway the yellowing birches Like dainty dancing girls. Oh, how the leaves are dancing With DeathRate it:

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Ballade: Epistre
François Villon
consigned By Fortune, as God too has designed. Girls, lovers, youngsters, fresh to hand, Dancers, tRate it:

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Balloon Faces
Carl Sandburg
ankles, reach for the eyes of the eaters. These girls from Kokomo and Peoria, these hungry girls, sRate it:

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Band Concert
Carl Sandburg
sorrel horses hurl a cornfield laughter at the girls in dresses, summer-white dresses. Amid the corRate it:

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Barrack-Room Ballads
Rudyard Kipling
an' took -- the same as me! The market-girls an' fishermen, The shepherds an' the sailRate it:

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Beauty And The Beast
Charles Lamb
speed,' said he, 'I must to town, 'And what, my girls, must I bring down?' The envious Sisters, allRate it:

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Beg-Innish
John Millington Synge
shawls and call them in, And call the little girls who spin, And seven weavers from Dunquin, To dRate it:

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Biscooti Love
Rochelle Potkar
them all; he was my first love. More than the girls, the calves and canines knew his way home, tRate it:

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Black Bonnet
Henry Lawson
young, And in the chapel, sweet and low, As girls her daughters sung. And when in church she benRate it:

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Black Kate
Henry Kendall
fling Hunks of native bear, you know. English girls examine well All the food they take, you twig: Rate it:

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Blessed To Begin
Kurt Philip Behm
pearls Witches that threaten, fatherless girls New curse of the ages, old grudges remain A coveRate it:

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Blessed To Begin
Kurt Philip Behm
pearls Witches that threaten fatherless girls Curse of the ages old grudges remain A coven of sRate it:

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