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Cherrylog Road
James Dickey
got in as though to exclaim, “Let us go to the orphan asylum, John; I have some old toys For chiRate it:

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Complete
Nikhil Parekh
Even if infinite smiles of mine made a single orphan oblivious to the definition of pain; I wouldRate it:

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Coudrouy Shoes
Nikhil Parekh
chunks of wild clay, violently kick orphan splinters of soft pebble that came my way. i wore themRate it:

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De Profundis
Georg Trakl
this evening. Past the village pond The gentle orphan still gathers scanty ears of corn. Golden anRate it:

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Deserved To Be Kissed
Nikhil Parekh
divinely enamoring fireballs of sight, Every orphan tenaciously fighting its righteous way througRate it:

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Dirge For The Year
Percy Bysshe Shelley
I. Orphan Hours, the Year is dead, Come and sigh, come and weep! Merry Hours, smile instead, For the Year is but asleep. See, it smiles as it is sl...Rate it:

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Doesn't Stop you
Nikhil Parekh
selflessly transporting every single destitute orphan to the destination of its choice; outside youRate it:

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Elegy Written At Hotwells, Bristol
William Lisle Bowles
warbling Muses wake the lonely lyre. Some orphan Maid, deceived in early youth, Pale o'er yon sprRate it:

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English Eclogues IV - The Sailor's Mother
Robert Southey
with a noble charity relieves The widow and the orphan. WOMAN. God reward them! God bless them, itRate it:

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Epilogue: 1908
Christopher John Brennan
captives of the street, these fragments of an orphan'd drift whose dower was our mother's thrift, aRate it:

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Epistles to Several Persons: Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot
Alexander Pope
a stranger sues, A virgin tragedy, an orphan muse." If I dislike it, "Furies, death and rage!Rate it:

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Eternal Creation
Nikhil Parekh
enshrouded every gruesomely befriended orphan; miserably deteriorating on the globe; was what the ARate it:

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Evangeline: Part The First. III.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
was lost, and erelong a suspicion Fell on an orphan girl who lived as maid in the household. She, aRate it:

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Fear
Nikhil Parekh
injecting paltry vials of poison. innocent orphan children pray to God, for fear of being stashedRate it:

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For Imparting New Life
Nikhil Parekh
petrol, For resurrecting life in visage of an orphan; all I did was held him close to my chest; iRate it:

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For'ard
Henry Lawson
us an' the white-caps on the blue, An' the orphan rocks an' breakers -- Oh, it's glorious sailin' Rate it:

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Free Of Doubt
Kurt Philip Behm
on the lane One sack over his shoulder, one orphan to claim And the walk to the harbor, is rockRate it:

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Give All My Life To Her
Nikhil Parekh
that she never felt that she was that despicable orphan deprived of immortal love; dissipating the Rate it:

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Give Me Just One Chance O! Omnipotent Almighty Lord
Nikhil Parekh
only use that wealth to forever ensure that no orphan wailed and begged miserably on the streets; eRate it:

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God Immortally loves
Nikhil Parekh
humanity; selflessly embrace every deprived orphan in their swirl of unassailable humanity; not boRate it:

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Heliodorus In The Temple
Felicia Dorothea Hemans
the bright treasures of the fane are laid, The orphan's portion, and the widow's store; What recks Rate it:

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HIS GRANGE, OR PRIVATE WEALTH
Robert Herrick
keep, tame, with my morsels fed, Whose dam An orphan left him, lately dead: A cat I keep, that playRate it:

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Honours - Part2
Jean Ingelow
HE is—by whom our years Are portioned, who the orphan moons doth lead,       And the unfathered sphRate it:

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Hymn Sung At An Anniversary Of The Asylum Of Orphans At Charleston
Henry Timrod
fatherless are thine! Thou wilt not spurn the orphan's praise. Yet hear a single cry of pain! LordRate it:

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I Would Die; Die; And Most Certainly Die
Nikhil Parekh
pulverized treads of the haplessly devastated orphan; from whose eyes radiated nothing else but teaRate it:

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