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A Lament For S. B. Pat Paw
Louisa May Alcott
not where it may be. Her empty bed, her idle ball, Will never see her more; No gentle tap, no loviRate it:

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A Loose Saraband
Richard Lovelace
now this heart is all his sport, Which as a ball he boundeth From hand to breast, from breast to Rate it:

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A New Year’s Gift For Bec
Jonathan Swift
may broach A peck of troubles for a coach. This ball of wax your ears will darken, Still to be curiRate it:

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A Pair
Jane Taylor
current coin of fashion's mint-- The common, ball-room going stint. Of trifling cost his stock in tRate it:

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Robert Herrick
dock of wool, and this rich lock of hair, This ball of cowslips, these she gave me here. SIL. WordRate it:

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A Plea
Franklin P. Adams
Writers of baseball, attention! When you're again on the job- When, in your rage for invention, You with the language play hob- Most of your do...Rate it:

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A Poem On The Last Day - Book I
Edward Young
piercing call Shall rattle in the centre of the ball; The' extended circuit of creation shake, The Rate it:

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A Poet's Father
Ambrose Bierce
by the terror of his frown, The vaulting spit-ball drops untimely down; The fly impaled on the tormRate it:

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A Roxbury Garden
Amy Lowell
down their tall spires; They roll under the snow-ball bush, And the ground behind them is strewn wiRate it:

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A Summer Pastoral
Paul Laurence Dunbar
hot to-day. The sun is blazin' Like a great big ball o' fire; Seems as ef instead o' settin' It keeRate it:

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A Tale of the Miser and the Poet
Anne Kingsmill Finch
to him the Milky Way. But Fortune, who the Ball is tossing, And Poets ever will be crossing, MisRate it:

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A Town
Jane Taylor
lights are lit, the coaches ply To tavern, ball, and rout. Thus closed that merry summer's day ; ARate it:

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A Valediction Of Weeping
John Donne
when on a diverse shore. On a round ball A workman that hath copies by, can lay An EuRate it:

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A Valediction: of Weeping
John Donne
then, when on a divers shore. On a round ball A workman that hath copies by, can lay An Europe, Rate it:

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Abram Morrison
John Greenleaf Whittier
had well withstood Pope and King with pike and ball Under Derry's leaguered wall, As became the MorRate it:

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After the Engagement
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Well, Mabel, 'tis over and ended--- The ball I wrote was to be; And oh! it was perfectly splendid--- If you could have been here to see. I've a...Rate it:

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After The Visit
Thomas Hardy
were light on the green as a thistledown ball, And those mute ministrations to one and to all BeyonRate it:

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Aftermath's Of Pinching
Nikhil Parekh
When i sedately pinched an opalescent balloon filled with tons of gas, pricked it with ultra thin needles coated with scorpion sting, gave it a v...Rate it:

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Alexander VI Dines with the Cardinal of Capua
Stephen Vincent Benet
air! . . . Lucrezia here? You're ready for the ball? -- He'll die within ten hours, I suppose -- Rate it:

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All Fall Short
Mario William Vitale
to his call such as a boy with a bat and ball Hitting it across the street at the mall Sin is actRate it:

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An All-Night Sea Fight
William Topaz McGonagall
some ropes to lash round his foe, But a musket ball pierced his heart and laid him low. Then a yeRate it:

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An Ecstacy
Francis Quarles
command The servile quarters of this earthly ball, Should tender in exchange their shares of laRate it:

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An English Girl
William Schwenck Gilbert
too, From ten or eleven till all is blue! At ball or drum, till small hours come (Chaperon's fan coRate it:

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An Epistle to a Lady
Mary Leapor
Blow. Nor I alone -- for through the spacious Ball, With me will Numbers of all Ages fall: And the Rate it:

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An Hymn to Humanity
Phillis Wheatley
I. Lo! for this dark terrestrial ball Forsakes his azure-paved hall A prince of heav'nly birth! Divine Humanity behold, What wonders rise, what...Rate it:

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