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'The Lone Wolf Of Canberra'
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
A man without a party, he Knows nought of obligation To any friend; but, fancy free. He represents the nation. In lonely majesty he sits To give th...Rate it:

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A Ballad Sent to King Richard
Geoffrey Chaucer
steadfast and stable, That man's word was held obligation; And now it is so false and deceivable, TRate it:

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A man said to the universe:
Stephen Crane
"The fact has not created in me A sense of obligation." Rate it:

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Major Henry Livingston Jr.
attention; We sink with the weight of the huge obligation Too long & too broad to admit compensatioRate it:

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Adam: A Sacred Drama. Act 1.
William Cowper
supernal, If 'tis denied this tongue To match my obligation with my thanks, Behold my heart's affecRate it:

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An Acknowledgment
Henry King
worthless, lest my memory Should let so dear an obligation dy Without Record. This made my precioRate it:

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Ch 01 Manner Of Kings Story 04
Sa di
majesty will generously and kindly confer an obligation upon your slave by sparing his life.' The kRate it:

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Ch 03 On The Excellence Of Contentment Story 03
Sa di
aware of thy case, he will consider it an obligation to comfort the mind of a worthy person.’ He reRate it:

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Ch 08 On Rules For Conduct In Life - Maxim 01
Sa di
The Arab says: Be liberal without imposing obligations and verily the profit will return to theeRate it:

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Epigram - To John I Owed Great Obligation
Matthew Prior
To John I owed great obligation, But John unhappily thought fit To publish it to all the nation: Sure John and I are more than quit. Rate it:

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Fait Accompli
Kurt Philip Behm
A gift or obligation, the Poet signed his name A promise wrapped in silence, decision masked by pain One choice among the many, within salv...Rate it:

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Fragment Of An Ode To Canada
Duncan Campbell Scott
forget we are-- That freedom brings the deepest obligation: Grant us this presage for a guiding staRate it:

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from the sins of Earth! This...God says is his obligation to the World to take human flesh and boRate it:

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George Herbert
Unless Authority, which should increase The obligation in us, make it less, And Power itself disaRate it:

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M'Fingal - Canto II
John Trumbull
bowels whence ye sprung; And scorn the debt and obligation, You justly owe the British nation, WhicRate it:

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Marianne Moore
promises of one's intention to fulfill a private obligation: I wonder what Adam and Eve think of itRate it:

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My Love Is My Imagination
Ehsan Sehgal
me It always stays with me Without condition and obligation Oh, my beloved I love You From East FroRate it:

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Amy Lowell
Hold your apron wide That I may pour my gifts into it, So that scarcely shall your two arms hinder them From falling to the ground. I would pour t...Rate it:

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Friedrich Schiller
bleeding heart With resignation tore her. 'The obligation's drawn upon the dead!' Thus laughed theRate it:

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Tender Buttons [Objects]
Gertrude Stein
washing and polishing. It certainly showed no obligation and perhaps if borrowing is not natural thRate it:

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The Indiscreet Confessions
La Fontaine
forced you to reveal what was amiss? What obligation to divulge the fact? More girls than one have Rate it:

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The Man
Stephen Crane
fact has not created in me A sense of obligation.' Rate it:

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The Native Born
Rudyard Kipling
Cross swings low for the mom, Last toast, and of Obligation, A health to the Native-born! They chaRate it:

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The Pier-Glass
Robert Graves
on the elements Of love and the wronged lover's obligation? Kill or forgive? Still does the bed oozRate it:

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The Pink
Henry King
o're your fortune breathe a spell Which may his obligation tell, Who though he nought but air canRate it:

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