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The Chapel Royal St. James’s, On The 10th February, 1840
Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
like gold around her noble head,-- The orphan'd ELEANOR, with stately tread, Went by, a vision brRate it:

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The Troubadour. Canto 4 E (Reunion)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
household god of thy child's heart, Until thy orphan girl may share The grave where her best feelinRate it:

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Kurt Philip Behm
new verse in the sky One word still an orphan, and homeless, —‘GOODBYE’ (Villanova PennsylvRate it:

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All Alone
Mary Darby Robinson
smile, thy playful mien Were all to me, poor Orphan, known, Ere Fate had left thee--all alone! IV.Rate it:

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Enoch Arden
Alfred Lord Tennyson
son, And Enoch Arden, a rough sailor's lad Made orphan by a winter shipwreck, play'd Among the wastRate it:

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Percy Bysshe Shelley
basis of thy bloodstained seat; And at the orphan’s sigh, the widow's moan, Totters the fabric of Rate it:

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A Goblin Christmas
Anonymous Americas
I'll leave the crippled child, And some at the orphan's door.' He shook his reins, and called his Rate it:

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A Rhyme Of Friends
Robert Graves
sweet and free, Who called me cher ami. This orphan's age was nine, His folk were in their graves, Rate it:

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A Spade
Ambrose Bierce
red rust a widow's curse appears, And here an orphan tarnished thee with tears. Upon thy handle sanRate it:

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A Street Corner
Robert Fuller Murray
the wailing for cats in a feline heaven By orphan cats who are left below. Wherefore, O Bejant, SoRate it:

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Address to Leopold VII.
Walther von der Vogelweide
the door of joy and ease; There stand I as an orphan, lone, forlorn, And nothing boots me that I frRate it:

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Address To The Scholars Of The Village School Of ----
William Wordsworth
learned ears may ill agree, But chanted by your Orphan Quire Will make a touching melody. DIRGERate it:

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Ah, Bleak And Barren Was The Moor
William Makepeace Thackeray
sure, The cottage hearth was bright and warm— An orphan-boy the lattice pass'd, And, as he mark'd iRate it:

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Alice Fell, Or Poverty
William Wordsworth
Proud creature was she the next day, The little orphan, Alice Fell! Rate it:

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An Autumn Mood
Sydney Thompson Dobell
the nest in the rock let me hear the croon Of orphan-doves that yearn For the wings that will neverRate it:

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An Ode on the Piece
Helen Maria Williams
along the lonely vales— Those breezes waft the orphan's cries, They tremble to parental sighs, And Rate it:

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An Ode, On Reading Mr. Richardson's History Of Sir Charles Grandison
William Cowper
face of woe; From lawless insult to defend An orphan's right—a fallen friend, And a forgiven foe; Rate it:

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Booth's Drum [1]
Henry Lawson
went down for such as we, And our widows and our orphans in distress and poverty. And neglected wivRate it:

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Brother Of All, With Genesrous Hand
Walt Whitman
The sick cared for, the shoeless shod--the orphan father'd and mother'd, The hungry fRate it:

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But Only To Irrefutably Ensure
Nikhil Parekh
able to strangulate any unfortunately destitute orphan; on this astoundingly everlasting Universe; Rate it:

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But Remember O! Mate
Nikhil Parekh
profoundly in the whites of your eyes; for every orphan whom you unequivocally embraced till the veRate it:

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By Life Tormented
Afanasy Afanasyevich Fet
the desert is grim, A lonely tomb dreams an orphan's dream, And only in the sky, like an eternal idRate it:

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Capable Of doing
Nikhil Parekh
made it feel as if was an inexplicably wavering orphan; staggering into discordant incoherence as eRate it:

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Changing Faces Of Weather
Nikhil Parekh
of ripened banana hung from tall tree, orphan splinters of ice cascaded down the valley, a battalRate it:

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Charles Edward At Versailles
William Edmondstoune Aytoun
I sit in silence here, Broken-hearted, as an orphan Watching by his father's bier. Let me hold my sRate it:

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